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WASHINGTON Feds ask for Traficant documents


Seese-Prosser wedding set for late July

YOUNGSTOWN -- Mr. and Mrs. George Seese, 610 Colonial Drive, are announcing the engagement of their

Injured Scrappers discover support

NILES -- Sometimes it's easier to endure adversity when you've got a friend. Take Cleveland

GIRARD School's reopening in fall hangs in doubt

Officials aren't sure if repair work will be completed in time for the intermediate school to open

Keri Kinnick to wed Mr. Vokish in August rite

CAMPBELL -- Joseph and Ruth Kinnick, 370 Penhale Ave., and Daniel and Janice Vokish, 669 Chapel

Deficits possible in school renewal

Architects pointed to budget shortages in several of the construction projects. By PETER H.

Fire destroys apartment complex

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- At least eight people werehomeless after a fire destroyed a Highland Avenue

Kleine's effort for naught

By TOM WILLIAMS VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF NILES -- On the coldest day of the summer, the Mahoning

Retirees will still pay for poor management

Opinion: Retirees will still pay for poor management EDITOR: The LTV retiree who wrote about the


AGENDA TUESDAy Eagle Heights Academy board meeting, 5 p.m., Reconciliation Center Auditorium,

Columbiana bicycle officers in 4th season on 2 wheels

The bike patrol strives for high visibility during daylight hours and a low profile at night. By

SALEM Charge expected in roommate stabbing case

The stabbing was preceded by a verbal dispute, police say. SALEM -- Authorities expect to charge a

YOUNGSTOWN Fill-in nurses report assault

Lawyers are looking into the rough treatment of those arrested, the nursing union president said.

DOWNTOWN RENOVATIONS Council considers private developers

Timing has been an issue but extending the deadline shouldn't be a problem, a city official said.

Deanna Frederick to be bride of Brian Seruga

YOUNGSTOWN -- Eugene Jr. and Diane Sharp, 3234 Kingston Lane, announce the engagement of their

JACKSON-MILTON Schools hit brick wall

The school board may ask voters to help pay for the repairs in November. By IAN HILL VINDICATOR

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Who: Scrappers (4-9) vs. Batavia Muckdogs (8-3). When: 7:05. Radio: WBBW-AM (1240).

A gr-r-reat place for carnivores

BERLIN CENTER -- Saber the mountain lion bares his teeth. He's a cranky sort. In a pen next door,


BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Tabitha Barr, 351 E. Connelly Blvd., Sharon, Pa., girl, June 30. Nilsa


ANTIQUE SHOWS XWestlake Historical Society will hold its 30th annual outdoor antique show and sale

PROFILE David Lodge

Age: 62. Occupation: President of Home Savings and Loan Co., Youngstown. Residence: Bainbridge.

Samona Douglas, Samuel Haskins are engaged

Plans for the forthcoming wedding of Samona R. Douglas, 1030 Genessee Drive, Youngstown, and Samuel

Barbara McKim to be bride of John Yerkey

NORTH LIMA -- The engagement of Barbara A. McKim and John D. Yerkey, both of North Lima, is being


Ejected: In the seventh inning, home plate umpire Steve McMullen ejected Cafaro Field scoreboard

COLUMBIANA CORNER Was someone just asleep at the switch?

Columbiana, which operates a municipal power system and does its own billing, had some power outages

Karla Ausderau, Todd Powers set wedding date

AUSTINTOWN -- Announced by Frances Powers, 4535 Aspen Drive, is the engagement of her son, Dr. Todd

BOARDMAN Police peddle bicycle safety

Young riders who put safety first may get an award from the authorities. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR.

Driver remains in Mercer County Jail

MERCER, Pa. -- A Cleveland motorist remained in jail today after his arrest Friday on a variety of


BENEFITS What seniors miss Other benefits seniors often miss out on include: Veterans

Couple accused of conspiracy and receiving stolen property

PULASKI, Pa. -- Pennsylvania State Police said they arrested a Beaver County couple after finding

CRIMESTOPPERS Greater Youngstown

A homicide on the city's South Side is the focus of Crime Stoppers of Greater Youngstown this week:

DOWNTOWN YOUNGSTOWN Many factors contribute to stall in renovations

Everybody supports new or remodeled buildings, but the money just isn't there, Mayor McKelvey said.

Man dies in crash

Man dies in crash BOARDMAN -- Joshua Powell, 21, of South Avenue, North Lima, died when his 1990

Rose Harter to be bride of Jason McQuistion

NORTH LIMA -- Rose and Leroy Ramsey of North Lima are announcing the engagement of their daughter,

BILL TAMMEUS Is golf the root of corruption?

Opinion: It's no accident that the words golf and government are found relatively close to each other in the

Police arrest 2 women

Police arrest 2 women SHARON, Pa. --Police arrested a Fourth Avenue woman on a fugitive from

Fill-in nurses report assault

Lawyers are looking into the rough treatment of those arrested, the nursing union president said.

YSU's new provost will bring new perspective to campus

Opinion: It would be a mistake to look at Dr. Tony Atwater's race first and his credentials second when

Sidewalk sale scheduled

Sidewalk sale scheduled KINSMAN -- The annual Kinsman Area Merchants sidewalk sale and townwide

Uegawachi has memorable game

The shortstop from Honolulu was involved in three double plays. By TOM WILLIAMS VINDICATOR

ONE ON ONE | David Lodge Home Savings president sees great potential for growth

Q. How does someone without a college degree become bank president? A. I guess just being in the

Man accused of rape

Man accused of rape BOARDMAN -- A 33-year-old Erskine Avenue man told police that he was raped by