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Lawmaker disputes flight attendant's story

Lawmaker disputes flight attendant's story WASHINGTON -- Rep. Gary Condit denied on Tuesday that


A SLICE OF HISTORY

By VERONICA GORLEY VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER LISBON -- Who would have thought that 40 years of


Wedding planned by Miss Sunseri, Mr. Abrahamson

The parents of Maria Sunseri, 6604 Appleridge Drive, Boardman, and David Abrahamson, 2222 Teakwood


YOUNGSTOWN Woman hurt in shooting sues four

Criminal charges against one of the four defendants were dismissed. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR


Kathleen O'Neill, Michael Reardon are engaged

LYNDHURST -- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. O'Neill, 5284 Edenhurst Ave., are announcing the engagement of


TRUMBULL COUNTY

TRUMBULL COUNTY Marriage licenses Christopher A. Deuley, 20, 1739 Parkman Road, Warren, and


Truck crash kills Mineral Ridge man

DEERFIELD -- An elderly Mineral Ridge man was pronounced dead at the scene of a one-vehicle accident


Governor reappoints Ungaro to an important state panel

Opinion: At a time when the Mahoning Valley is uncertain about how it will fare in the upcoming capital


Their work is a SHEAR joy

Two Boardman barbershops operated by distant cousins can trace their barbering heritage back about


Venue change denied in murder trial

Venue change denied in murder trial YOUNGSTOWN -- A judge has denied Mark Batcho's request to have


BIRTHS

BIRTHS Forum Health Northside Keith and Denise Schmitt, 146 Center St., Struthers, boy, June 29.


Alayna Bridwell, Aaron Anthonsen to be married

NEW SPRINGFIELD -- Announced by Edward and Leanna Anthonsen, 12555 Springfield Road, is the


Abraham-Hart wedding to be in Niles church

NILES -- Announced by Mr. and Mrs. Timothy P. Abraham of Niles is the engagement of their daughter,


GRANGE FAIR Mercer County

SUNDAY Computer demonstrations daily in the exhibit building. 1 p.m.: Picnic basket lunch and


LESSONS WORTH LEARNING

Opinion: St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Surgeon General David Satcher is under attack for trying to bring sex


Woman faces charges of bank account thefts

CLEVELAND -- A Lowellville woman is charged with obtaining funds from federally insured financial


GAIL WHITE The melting pot is overflowing with goodness

Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses, yearning to breathe free, The wretched


LAWRENCE COUNTY Official criticizes delays on data

The assessment company says it doesn't want to give out incomplete information. By LAURE CIOFFI


Chevy Cavalier sales increase slightly in June

YOUNGSTOWN -- Sales of the Chevrolet Cavalier rose slightly in June, and sales of the Pontiac


Phillipson-Kopey wedding planned for mid-August

CANFIELD -- John and Debra Phillipson, 3456 Meanderwood Drive, are announcing the engagement of


Yeager-Lodwick engagement is announced

HUBBARD -- Announced by Gayle and Margaret Yeager of Hubbard is the engagement of their daughter,


TRUMBULL COUNTY Indictments

Joseph Neil Gioiello, 36, Bayberry Drive N.E., Howland; six counts of theft of drugs. Ralph D.


The Vindicator/Glenn Luther

The Vindicator/Glenn Luther FAMILY RECIPE: Steve Garofalo of Leetonia prepares the special sauce


New Middletown water tank undergoes exterior painting

NEW MIDDLETOWN -- Consumers Ohio Water Co. has started a $286,000 maintenance project on the New


Have a blast, but where? City considers options for fireworks sites that fit rules

Options include setting aside a few open spaces around the city or a spot in each of four quadrants.


LISBON Farm bureau aims to sow interest in involvement

Young farmers get the dirt on agricultural issues. By VERONICA GORLEY VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


THE BARBERS OF BOARDMAN Their work is a SHEAR joy

Two Boardman barbershops operated by distant cousins can trace their barbering heritage back about


NASCAR BP won't sponsor Blaney

Car owner Bill Davis said that a new sponsor will get a driver who is hitting his stride. HIGH


NEW CASTLE, PA. Planners give nod to school changes

A 400-seat balcony would be added to the auditorium. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR NEW CASTLE


HERMITAGE Planners oppose waivers

By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR SHARON BUREAU HERMITAGE, Pa. -- The city planning commission says the


AREA DIAMONDS Youth baseball and softball

BASEBALL Babe Ruth (ages 14-15) Youngstown Express 5, East Side Kiwanis 0 -- Adam Zakowski


YOUNGSTOWN Strollo lawyer appeals foreclosure ruling

By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR COURTHOUSE REPORTER YOUNGSTOWN -- Lenny Strollo's lawyer is appealing


Hey Joe! Name Rocker All-Star

Indians fans used to seeing the American League All-Star lineup loaded with Tribe uniforms may go


Butler sets up training

Butler sets up training YOUNGSTOWN -- Training for Butler Institute of American Art docents and


Bush's 'people' contribute to president's low ratings

Opinion: Bush's 'people' contribute to president's low ratings EDITOR: Politicians, pundits and media


Miss Anderson, James Brown II are engaged

CANFIELD -- Mr. and Mrs. Dale Anderson, 293 Bradford Drive, are announcing plans for the upcoming


WARREN Urban League to be audited

Employees allege that the league mishandled $78,000 for the Researching Fatherhood Initiative


Democracy and dugouts

Hundreds of parents and volunteers combine to make the Canfield Baseball Club a model of excellence.


WARREN Program bridges learning gap

About 700 Warren pupils are spending their summer in the classroom. By JENNINE ZELEZNIK and


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Christopher M. Martin, 28, of 6206 Diana Drive, Poland, and


Retiring police officer celebrates final parade

James Johnson says he was happy to serve his community for 25 years by leading the Austintown


NURSES STRIKE Limits put on Forum pickets

Nurses insist they've remained peaceful during their two months on the picket line. By CYNTHIA