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Stories published August 31, 2001
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The Bald Eagles' defense got tired in the second half. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR SPORTS
Gains said the detective's comments show a lack of regard for the victim. By BOB JACKSON
Opinion: Bush's policies forcing increase in national debt EDITOR: I believe that by this point in time
Pittsburgh's defense showed more than its offense. By PHIL NOVAK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER
The steelmaker expects to continue seeing red ink. By CYNTHIA VINARSKY VINDICATOR BUSINESS
The animal shelter stopped accepting dogs and cats because of noise complaints and financial issues.
Fill-in refs: With replacement officials filling after the lockout by commissioner Paul Tagliabue,
Authorities said Votino used his position to isolate and seduce three female students. By HAROLD
What is the buzz at the fair? Bees benefit farmers by pollinating crops. By MARALINE KUBIK
Magistrate to consider Traficant's motion CLEVELAND -- The federal judge presiding over U.S. Rep.
As I pull into the driveway of Rodney and Kay Toth's Hubbard home, the rain is pelting down on my
Since transferring from Cincinnati, the junior tailback has been YSU's biggest running threat. By
The deal was approved by 79 percent of skilled trades workers and 68 percent of production workers.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -- The John J. Buckley Post 1292 and Auxiliary of Youngstown received several
The governor said the state's incentive plan for GM Lordstown could include money for training.
The candidates who were eliminated can file as write-in candidates. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR
Girl abducted AUSTINTOWN -- Police are treating as an abduction the disappearance of Sun-Hyang
Remains missing WARREN -- The city of Niles must get permission from five families before opening
By CYNTHIA VINARSKY VINDICATOR BUSINESS WRITER WARREN -- Felicia Mooney remembers when a travel
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SPECIAL EVENTS The Youngstown Power Squadron will hold a 5 week basic boating course Thursdays
The city of Warren's annual Labor Day parade will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday at Perkins Park. Floats
Judge Lisotto intends to seek re-election next year. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR COURTHOUSE
Who: Scrappers (24-45) at Auburn Doubledays (30-39). When: 7:05. Radio: WBBW-AM (1240).
CLINTONVILLE, Pa. -- Arts and crafts, country western and bluegrass music and a wide variety of
By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER CANFIELD -- They stood up, jumped and trotted sideways. And
Opening day attendance The fair's opening day attendance Wednesday was 32,181. This was the first
The game will be less competitive than in years past, a Rotarian said. By AMANDA C. DAVIS
A draft version of the plan shows a combination of paid and volunteer departments. By HAROLD GWIN
By MARALINE KUBIK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER CANFIELD -- If everyone who visits the Canfield Fair
Commissioners will try again to find a contractor for the curb-cut job. By BOB JACKSON
St. Elizabeth Amy Potkonicky and Robert Strojny, 519 S. Hazelwood, Youngstown, boy, Aug. 30.
The East Sider must cooperate with authorities in a case against his cousin. By BOB JACKSON
I learned a lot when I was a Boy Scout -- how to build a fire, pitch a tent, paddle a canoe. I
Canfield graduate Ken Baum had a strong game with a sack and two tackles for a loss. By PETE
WATERFOWLING Pymatuning Expo set Sept. 15, 16 The 20th Annual Pymatuning Waterfowl Expo will be
Streak continues: Thursday night's crowd of 15,709 marked the ninth straight home game that the
Opinion: Dallas Morning News: Race remains a touchy issue in the United States 136 years after the abolition
Opinion: As the nation enters this Labor Day weekend, there are some encouraging signs for one of America's
WARREN -- A city man will spend a year in prison for trying to smuggle a marijuana cigarette into
The task force director said the size of the plots indicate the marijuana was planted with the
By PETE MOLLICA VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF YOUNGSTOWN -- It wasn't a pretty performance, but Jon
SOUTH RANGE vs. CRESTVIEW When: 7:30 p.m. today. South Range (1-0) outlook: Brad Johnson ran for
Attorneys are trying to decide whether charges from a commissioners' credit card are a personal or
By MARALINE KUBIK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER CANFIELD -- Royalty was crowned at the fair Thursday
He does not favor using state money for 'quality-of-life' projects such as the arts or sporting
The Vindicator/Lindsay Semple DEFENSE COUNSEL: Atty. David Acker of New Castle asked the judge to
YOUNGSTOWN -- An English professor at Youngstown State University has received a poetry award from
WEEKENDS The Old Mill is open weekends only from 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Visitors can join a tour
Chris Cook had too much offense for Campbell as Crestview rolled to a 10-1 win for its first
Since the age of Little League World Series pitcher Danny Almonte came into question, I've had
We can learn a thing or two from pro anglers, little tricks that can make the difference between a
More details are now available on waterfowl hunting seasons in Ohio including a "significant change"
The new center is in the old Tod Woods School. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF GIRARD
A Republican candidate for attorney general says the county prosecutor is a 'formidable candidate.'
ASSOCIATIONS XMill Creek Chapter of the American Business Women's Association will meet Sept. 11
The judge said that the group with the best offer will be given the sale. By CYNTHIA VINARSKY
State, county and federal agencies and other businesses that will be closed Monday include: City,
Opinion: They were lined up to vote before the polls opened at 7 a.m. Thursday, and when the balloting ended
MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Adam D. O'Hara, 25, of 51368 state Route 14, East Palestine,