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GROVE CITY, PA. Series of collisions leaves cop hurt

GROVE CITY, Pa. -- Pennsylvania State Police are investigating a series of collisions on Interstate


Associated Press

Associated Press RESTING: President Bush takes a break while participating in a Trail


Mammovan scheduled

Mammovan scheduled YOUNGSTOWN -- The ENCOREplus Program at the Youngstown YWCA, 25 W. Rayen Ave.,


COLUMBIANA COUNTY Detective doubts body is that of missing woman

Authorities know of no connection between Tracy Hill and Ross County, where an unidentified body was


Story let a little sunshine in Trumbull County's pit

Opinion: EDITOR: Thanks to Stephen Siff, your staff writer, the problem in the "Pit" in the Trumbull


RECALLS Bassinets, latches

PORTABLE BASSINETS What: About 569,000 Fisher-Price portable bassinets. Reason: Children and


PORTAGE COUNTY Fair will feature country musician

Country music artist Chris Cagle will perform RANDOLPH, Ohio -- The 143rd annual Portage County


Corner Dairy robbed

Corner Dairy robbed FARRELL, Pa. -- Police said a gunman took an undisclosed amount of cash from


CRIMESTOPPERS

CRIMESTOPPERS Greater Youngstown A search for two men involved in a robbery and assault near an


YOUNGSTOWN CityFest is back in town

Drawing families and younger people is one goal. By ROGER G. SMITH CITY HALL REPORTER


YOUNGSTOWN Cafaro vows to continue luncheons

The luncheons create the appearance of wrongdoing, the president of the watchdog group said. By


TRUMBULL COUNTY Center faces scrutiny over dumping

Truck drivers have a key to unlock the gate and unload when no one is there. By DENISE DICK and


17TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT Ryan steps up campaign to drum up more public support

The Democratic candidate says he expects to beat his Republican opponent on her home turf. By


REGULATIONS Waste transfer

Operators of a solid waste transfer station must comply with numerous regulations. Following is a


CORTLAND

CORTLAND Pay raises City administrators' pay scale: CURRENTPROPOSED Police


ALLEYS GET A NEW LOOK

THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN It's now known as 10 Pin Alley and boasts a high-tech light and sound


Man faces charges in equipment theft

LAKE MILTON -- A New Middletown man has been charged in the theft of $90,000 in equipment from a


SCHEDULE Cityfest 2001

Days, times and events: FRIDAY 11 a.m.: Food vendors open. 5 p.m.: Opening ceremony at the


AUSTINTOWN -- Township Trustee David C. Ditzler of New Road filed nominating petitions today with

AUSTINTOWN -- Township Trustee David C. Ditzler of New Road filed nominating petitions today with


St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth James and Sherry Laverty, 120 S. Inglewood Ave., Youngstown, twins, boy and girl,


THE PORTAGE COUNTY RANDOLPH FAIR Schedule of events

TUESDAY: Opening Day 9 a.m.: Junior Fair Saddle Horse Grooming and Skillathon and Junior Fair Goat


CORTLAND Mayor suggests raising salaries

The service director and finance director would receive the largest increase. By PEGGY SINKOVICH


HILLSVILLE, PA. Hearing set on quarry project

The official comment period ends Tuesday. By MARY GRZEBIENIAK VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT


Firefighters face uphill battle

Members of the Silver City, N.M., Hot Shot crew, above, hike up Chatter Creek Trail to fight fires


& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;BAKER & lt;/B & gt;, Gerald

& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;BAKER & lt;/B & gt;, Gerald H., 78, of Niles;


LIQUOR CONTROL

LIQUOR CONTROL Paperwork Ohio Department of Liquor Control is processing these liquor documents:


GAME TIME Tonight

Who: Auburn Doubledays (27-32) at Scrappers (18-41). When: 7. Radio: WBBW-AM (1240).


SWEDEN

Opinion: Expressen, Stockholm, Aug. 14: Cuba's revolution may live in the marathon speeches, but in practice


PROFILE

PROFILE Debbie Lenz Age: 49 Hometown: Petersburg. Occupation: Tattoo artist. Education:


Speeding stop reveals warrants

Speeding stop reveals warrants YOUNGSTOWN -- When police stopped Wade L. Shaw on Sunday afternoon


COLUMBIANA CO. Sheriff: Expect charges in theft

It's just a matter of time before someone is charged, the special prosecutor said. By NORMAN LEIGH


CANFIELD Officials cite 9 teens in case of underage drinking

By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER CANFIELD -- Nine teens, including Canfield High School


Juggling books can't hide federal budget problems

Opinion: The disappearing budget deficit can't be blamed entirely on the tax cuts that were the centerpiece


AGENDA

AGENDA TUESDAY Weathersfield Local School District regular board meeting, 6 p.m., high school


FARRELL, PA. Police revise gripe system

The new complaint form requires the seal of a notary public. By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR SHARON


Former Youngstown State football player Harry Deligianis was signed to a free agent contract by the

Former Youngstown State football player Harry Deligianis was signed to a free agent contract by the


Sale of Youngstown mill seems to be a good thing

Opinion: Pardon our cautionary tone in commenting on last week's announcement that North Star Steel's tubular


ONE ON ONE | Debbie Lenz She's been needled about her job, but she loves it

Q. How long have you been tattooing? A. I'm starting my 21st year this month. I learned from my


COLUMBIANA CORNER Chamber gears up for photo contest

The Columbiana Area Chamber of Commerce is once again sponsoring the annual photo contest during the


YSU Sweet: Top goal is to add students

Enrollment will remain the top priority, but a new student rec center also is in the plan, the


Teen-ager recovering after heart transplant

Teen-ager recovering after heart transplant HUBBARD -- Christine Steele, 15, of Hubbard,


YOUNGSTOWN DIOCESE Schools, gripes start early

Most Mahoning County public school districts start school after Labor Day. By RON COLE


Traficant chastised

Traficant chastised CLEVELAND -- Although he'd been warned against faxing motions, indicted U.S.