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BOARDMAN Man faces corruption charge

The girl told police the man knew she was 15. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


JESSIE MCCREERY DAVID HAYBARGER II

JESSIE MCCREERY DAVID HAYBARGER II NEW MIDDLETOWN -- The wedding of Jessie R. McCreery and David


POLAND Davanzo leads Bulldogs in opener, 19-0

The senior running back rushed for 174 yards and a touchdown against Springfield. By ROB TODOR


OHIO Lower limit sought for drunken driving

A House committee has passed a bill to lower Ohio's legal limit to .08. By IAN HILL VINDICATOR


THE FACTS Drunken driving

In 1999, the most recent statistics available from Mothers Against Drunk Driving, 41,611 people were


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PEOPLE

PEOPLE Campus pastor named GREENVILLE, Pa. -- The Rev. Dr. Paul A. Baglyos has been named the


& acute;Residents rally over race relations

The city and U.S. Justice Department will reveal details of closed-door meetings. By AMANDA C.


MCDONALD School officials take steps to accommodate project

The high school renovation is part of a state project that also includes building an elementary


AT A GLANCE Oklahoma Sooners

Location: Norman, Okla. Coach: Bob Stoops (20-5, in third year at Oklahoma). Last year's record:


COURTS

COURTS MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses David J. Lick, 30, of 6825 Lockwood Blvd. #72,


TRAFICANT CASE Judge wants rep to prove allegations

The congressman filed more questions Friday, which add to the 62 questions he wants to ask the lead


Medicare should rethink its 'cost-saving' strategy

Opinion: When Vice President Dick Cheney experienced an irregular heart rhythm earlier this year, he was able


LORRE BRUNO JOHN HOLZBACH

LORRE BRUNO JOHN HOLZBACH POLAND -- Monsignor William Connell officiated at 1:30 p.m. July 21 as


KELLY CZARNECKI SAMUEL ORR

KELLY CZARNECKI SAMUEL ORR YOUNGSTOWN -- Cancun, Mexico, was the honeymoon destination of Samuel


BOARDMAN With Beach Boy car, he'll have fun, fun, fun

The RT Challenger was on display Friday. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


Don L. Hanni III to file as school board write-in

Don L. Hanni III to file as school board write-in YOUNGSTOWN -- Don L. Hanni III, a former


Forum Health Northside

Forum Health Northside Mikel and Angela Kozak, 1570 Sunny Estates Drive, Niles, boy, Aug. 24.


HERMITAGE, PA. Buhl Day festivities to honor the past

The day's events begin at 9:30 a.m. with a parade from Hermitage Towne Plaza to the park. By


WARREN School secretaries receive support from residents

The secretaries' union and school administration are not scheduled to meet. By AMANDA C. DAVIS


The Cleveland Browns played their third preseason game under coach Butch Davis.

The Cleveland Browns played their third preseason game under coach Butch Davis.


Men march into the past

The men wanted to know how it felt for Civil War soldiers to march into battle. By BOB JACKSON


MAHONING COUNTY Engler: 'I'm not getting back into politics'

He stressed that the position he's running for is a nonpartisan, almost voluntary spot. By DAVID


PEGGY IVERSON NICHOLAS GALIPO

PEGGY IVERSON NICHOLAS GALIPO NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. -- Peggy Iverson of Diamond and Nicholas Galipo


GAME TIME Tonight

Who: Astros (Mlicki 4-0) at Pirates (Ritchie 9-11). When: 7:05.


MAHONING VALLEY Association's reserves shrinking

The MVAC started in 1916 to promote evangelism. By D.A. WILKINSON VINDICATOR RELIGION EDITOR


WARREN Judge says Prospect school can open

An attorney representing the board says there are 'no health hazards' at the elementary building in


INDIANS/DRAGONS Girard nips Niles in overtime

The Indians stopped Niles' final drive to secure a 28-21 victory. By CHUCK HOUSTEAU VINDICATOR


The Cowboys' win spoiled Fitch's fourth-quarter comeback.

The Cowboys' win spoiled Fitch's fourth-quarter comeback. By TOM WILLIAMS VINDICATOR SPORTS


Some wheels of justice move more slowly than others

Opinion: Sometimes the wheels of justice seem to move with inordinate slowness. We're not calling for a


Fire damages apartment complex

Firefighters said they had to run fire hoses 1,200 feet to the nearest fire hydrant. By HAROLD


THE COMMISSIONER'S ACTIVITIES GAINED ATTENTION WHEN IT WAS REVEALED HE HAD USED HIS OFFICE COMPUTER TO ACCESS SOME

-rated sites. By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR SHARON BUREAU MERCER, Pa. -- The Visa card says "Brian


BUHL DAY Recognition

This year's Buhl Day honorees are: FRED BOLES Boles retired as music teacher and band director


MAHONING COUNTY Gains explores attorney general run

By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR POLITICS WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- Mahoning County Prosecutor Paul J.


DAWN KOMA JOSEPH MONTELLA JR.

DAWN KOMA JOSEPH MONTELLA JR. YOUNGSTOWN -- Joseph John Montella Jr. and his bride, the former


CHAMPION SCHOOLS Board changes policy on pupil transportation

CHAMPION -- The board of education says it won't provide transportation to Champion pupils who


Jury finds man guilty of assault

WARREN -- A Trumbull County Common Pleas jury deliberated about six hours before finding a 27-year-


TIFFANY REECE ERIC CLARK

TIFFANY REECE ERIC CLARK AUSTINTOWN -- Immaculate Heart of Mary Church was the setting at 2 p.m.


LISBON Missing woman case remains open

It's been a long summer for authorities handling a missing person case. By NORMAN LEIGH


Audit request denied

Judge Cronin said she was just trying to be a responsible steward of tax dollars. By BOB JACKSON


WARREN Residents rally over race relations

The city and U.S. Justice Department will reveal details of closed-door meetings. By AMANDA C.


Elizabeth Dole registers to vote in N. Carolina

Elizabeth Dole registers to vote in N. Carolina SALISBURY, N.C.-- Elizabeth Dole inched closer to


Leetonia's 2nd half rally tops McDonald

The Bears scored 28 unanswered points to start the second half in a 28-6 victory. By JOE SCALZO