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Stories published July 5, 2001
The slide show is a prelude to the annual Packard Car Show. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR
Sex assault on child ENON VALLEY, Pa. -- Police have charged an Enon Valley man with indecent
Opinion: Perhaps you've seen the Rules for Conduct for Teachers promulgated by the Board of Education of
An investigator said the blast was heard for miles. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF
An investigator said the blast was heard for miles. BROOKFIELD -- Fire investigators think it was
Babe Ruth (14-15) Youngstown Express 9, East Side Kiwanis 2 -- John Mang pitched a complete game,
Mountain biker injured STRUTHERS -- A 60-year-old man was in critical condition today at St.
YOUNGSTOWN -- The engagement of Sonja A. Williams and Roy "Jay" Williams, both of Youngstown, is
Opinion: Because Ohio Medicaid Director Barbara Edwards has doubts about a federal program that pays school
Work will delay traffic WEATHERSFIELD -- Traffic will be delayed on Salt Springs Road from the
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Opinion: Washington Post: The House Republican leadership has drafted a phony campaign finance reform bill
Blues festival going Deep in Pittsburgh Local rock band The Deep will perform during the seventh
AUSTINTOWN -- Fire caused $30,000 in damage to a home at 4046 Lantern Mill Road early today.
St. Elizabeth Joseph and Kristan Morris, 4206 Tippecanoe, Youngstown, girl, July 3. James and
By DEBORA SHAULIS ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR irst time Joe Don Rooney heard the Dixie Chicks on the
When Tamica Green attended YSU, not long ago, she had to write a personal mission statement for a
The fair is one of the half-dozen to be part of the Buckeye Super Stakes. BAZETTA -- The 154th
LOWELLVILLE -- Officers from four police departments said they curbed the suicide attempt of a 24-
The engagement of Pamela Malagisi, 4876 Westchester Drive, Austintown, and Anthony Berardi, 7196
Nine of Ohio's 13 public universities raised tuition by more than 7 percent. STAFF/WIRE REPORT
POLAND -- John and Joan Gocala, 6088 Frontier Drive, are announcing the engagement of their
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SUNDAY Free admission 12:30 p.m. Harness racing 1 p.m., 4 p.m., 7 p.m. Trumbull County OSU
IF YOU GO Rascal Flatts When: 8:30 p.m. July 13. Where: Trumbull County Fair, Everett-Hull Road,
Linda and Thomas L. Cramer of Fleming and Mary Ann and James M. Zimmers of Poland announce the
AUSTINTOWN -- A homeless 18-year-old man was arrested early Wednesday after he was found with
The engagement of Kim Anderson and Jeff Black, both of 5556 Aviator Drive, Columbus, is being
Police have a suspect in custody, but no charges have been filed. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR
By SEAN BARRON VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- Seeing photographs of the orphans made
Charity Ride YOUNGSTOWN -- Members of Harley Davidson motorcycle owners groups from all over
ACTORS "Arsenic and Old Lace." Trumbull New Theatre, 5883 Youngstown-Warren Road, Niles, 3 p.m.
Scrappers lose 5-4 Batavia scored two runs in the bottom of the eighth inning, handing the
After 19 years and innumerable pastries, 'The Rev' is still running strong. By IAN HILL
Opinion: "This is a vicious crime that violates human rights, and is absolutely unforgivable." Gov.
SHARON, Pa. -- A group of teen-agers escaped with minor injuries when the car in which they were
Toddler left in car for more than 12 hours TAMPA, Fla. -- A toddler spent more than 12 hours in a
The Youngstown Express won a tie-breaker over Astro Falcons. STRUTHERS -- Youngstown Express
Sen. Specter has voted with the president on 22 of 27 key issues. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR
AUSTINTOWN -- A Mineral Ridge man contacted police here after learning he had purchased $1,000 in
Location: Mexico's northern state of Chihuahua along the Rio Grande. It is connected to El Paso,
AUSTINTOWN -- Police are investigating a report that two men who stole cigarettes from a gas station
Opinion: EDITOR: Hey, they've finally discovered what makes kids in the U.S. go bad: song lyrics. Or so say
Lynsey Elmo has made a strong comeback from a horseback-riding accident to play softball again.
The church group built a home for 23 people in four days. By ASHLEY POWERS VINDICATOR STAFF