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Northeast Ohio Legal Services seeks volunteers

xxxxxxx YOUNGSTOWN -- Northeast Ohio Legal Services is seeking volunteers for its VALU Program.


WARREN Panel will help pick income-tax overseer

The full-time position will be advertised statewide. By AMANDA C. DAVIS VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


NEW YORK-PENN Scrappers suffer 8-2 loss

The Staten Island Yankees rallied for five runs in the fourth inning for the win. STATEN ISLAND,


Running for Congress

Running for Congress YOUNGSTOWN -- Former U.S. Rep. Lyle Williams announced today that he will run


TRAFICANT MOTION

TRAFICANT MOTION Selections Jim Traficant, 17th District congressman, has gathered information


Gift-wrapped in netting

Boardman's Janeen Masternick dedicated her four-goal performance for her parents' anniversary and


Investigator resigns from staff

The congressman's office has no plans to hire another staff investigator. By DAVID SKOLNICK


GIRARD Leatherworks cleanup halts

The city contends the partnership is financially liable for cleanup and fines imposed for zoning


Food chain starts here, some learn

Here's a chance to learn about agriculture, one farmer said. By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


GAIL WHITE Rescue Mission thrives on give and take

Paul and Verdie Davis of Austintown have been volunteering every Tuesday at the Rescue Mission of


It's time for Ohio to tighten reins on drunken drivers

Opinion: Ohio is now in a minority of states that are clinging to an old standard of what level of alcohol


HERMITAGE 4 more face drug charges as result of raid on house

HERMITAGE, Pa. -- Police said they have filed drug charges against three more adults and will


GAME TIME Thursday

Who: Scrappers (22-45) at Auburn Doubledays (30-37). When: 7:05. Radio: WBBW-AM (1240).


Sports matters to just about all

I had a college professor who used to ask me what I was going to do with my life after I'm a


YOUNGSTOWN Man dies of wounds in East Side shooting

This latest homicide victim ran to an East Side bar after being shot multiple times. By PATRICIA


Our Good Cooks, updated and improved

Our Good Cooks, updated and improved This week's Food section does not have a featured Good Cook.


CLEVELAND U.S. asks judge to appoint lawyer for Traficant

The government has made a third request for evidence the congressman intends to use at trial. By


Salem school bus, pickup truck wreck

Salem school bus, pickup truck wreck SALEM -- Authorities are investigating a traffic accident


MAHONING COUNTY Lawyer for CCA asks court for an end to lawsuit delays

By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR COURTHOUSE REPORTER YOUNGSTOWN -- The lawyer for Community Corrections


PREP SOCCER Hubbard boys slip past Niles, 4-2

Fitch and Mooney also scored easy wins, while Boardman and Howland played to a tie. NILES --


Salem city official: There is no threat from sewage spill

SALEM -- An undetermined amount of sewage spilled into a stream, but it poses no public health


CANFIELD SCHOOLS Ousted coach will run for board seat

The ex-coach says he doesn't have a vendetta against the school board members. By IAN HILL


POLICE BLOTTER Canfield, Austintown

Summary of police activity: CANFIELD Aug. 19 Drug abuse: Police arrested two men and a


TWO-DEEP CHART YSU vs. Lock Haven

YSU Offense LT -- 73 Pat Crummey (6-4, 285, Sr.) 66 Josh Davis (6-5, 280, So.) LG -- 71 Ryan


WARREN Canfield man jailed in fraud case

A pretrial hearing is scheduled for Thursday. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


hAnd now, vinegar

hAnd now, vinegar The winery Sutter Home is extending its presence into the vinegar aisle. We


ELECTION FILINGS Columbiana County

Candidates running in nonpartisan races in the Nov. 6 general election had to file nominating


PUCO Telephone regulations

Ohio Consumers' Counsel asks state residents to consider these facts about the Public Utilities


An encouraging start to new academic year

Opinion: Monday's start of the fall semester at Youngstown State University was noteworthy for two main


COLUMBIANA COUNTY Former drug task force officer pleads guilty in $19,000 theft

Authorities say they still don't know what prompted a former policeman to steal. By NORMAN LEIGH


BIRTHS

St. Elizabeth Kenneth and Theresa Clegg, 8112 N. Palmyra Road, Canfield, boy, Aug. 28. Ronald


THURSDAY

Springfield Local Board of Education special meeting, 7 p.m., intermediate school auditorium, to


VOLLEYBALL Niles notches first win of season

Maplewood blanked Lutheran East in two sets. NILES -- Danielle Durig had 12 points and two aces,


YSU FOOTBALL Lock Haven hopes for better result in this season opener

The teams kick off the season Thursday night at Stambaugh Stadium. By PETE MOLLICA VINDICATOR


& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;BIANGONE & lt;/B & gt;,

& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;BIANGONE & lt;/B & gt;, Pete A., 79, of New Castle,


YOUNGSTOWN Jury finds man, 19, innocent of murder

The trial was put on hold for nearly two months because witnesses didn't show up. By BOB JACKSON


Senior shuttle adds another service day

Shuttle service will be more readily available to those who have difficulty getting around. By


Elections board approves plan to change voting precincts

WARREN -- The Trumbull County Board of Elections approved a plan to change 47 of the 284 county


MERCER COUNTY Get a dog, not another wife, judge tells Ohio bigamist

MERCER, Pa. -- A Mercer County Common Pleas Court judge told a Brookfield, Ohio, man, who earlier


COURTS

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Anthony J. Novits, 28, of 4654 Rhode Island Drive, Austintown,


PREP SCORES, SUMMARIES & amp; SCHEDULE

TUESDAY'S RESULTS GIRLS GOLF POLAND 202, STRUTHERS 217 (At Countryside) Poland (2-2, 1-2 MAC) --


CANFIELD FAIR Safety in numbers

By MARALINE KUBIK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER CANFIELD -- Dealing with the worst on the day disaster


A marriage made in Buckeye heaven

A marriage made in Buckeye heaven A new coach and an almost new stadium; it seems like the perfect


GOLDBERG CASE Federal judge tosses out suit

The judge and deputies are protected by law from being sued, the ruling said. By BOB JACKSON


Jennings remembered for dedication to children

Opinion: Jennings remembered for dedication to children EDITOR: Robert Jennings' friends and constituents


NEXT: TARGETS ON TORTOISES

Opinion: Los Angeles Times: The U.S. military is planning what appears to be a sneak attack on the Endangered


COMMANDMENT KEEPERS TEMPLE, 1331 BRIGHTON ST., YOUNGSTOWN, 10 A.M. THURSDAY. FOOD ONLY. BRING IDENTIFICATION AND CONTAINERS.

Food distribution notices are to be submitted by 3 p.m. the day before they are to be published.


The Turk makes a visit

The Turk makes a visit What do R.J. Bowers and Josh Heupel have in common? Both were released by