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Lamaze birthing class

xxxxx CANFIELD -- A one-day Lamaze birthing class will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. July 14 at

Park programs look at wildlife, Christmas

PORTERSVILLE, Pa. -- An early taste of the holidays is coming to McConnell's Mill State Park on U.S.

Salem council to give workers pay raise

SALEM -- More than a dozen city employees have a new labor contract that provides for an 11.75

INDICTMENTS Mahoning County

The following people were indicted Thursday by a Mahoning County grand jury: Thomas Nemeth, 47,

FARRELL Judge finds ex-mayor innocent of harassment

The complaint was filed by the child's father, who doesn't live with the child. FARRELL, Pa. --

SALEM Jubilee to end after this year

The chamber could find no one willing to sponsor the future festivals. SALEM -- The 20th annual

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NILES Police will crack down at red lights

Traffic accidents and complaints prompted increased enforcement. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR


JODY MYERS BRIAN KLASE GIRARD -- St. Rose Church was the setting at 3 p.m. June 1 as wedding vows

Man steals money from Dollar store

ELLWOOD CITY, Pa. -- Police say a Dollar General store employee took $3,000 from a store cash

BRISTOL LIBRARY Children pack their bags for reading adventures

A professional ventriloquist will be on hand July 16. BRISTOLVILLE -- With library cards as


St. Elizabeth Jeff and Kathy Gill, 5445 Leetonia Road, Leetonia, boy, July 5. Joseph and Judith



Local man honored as a Vietnam hero

Of 400 U.S. troops who fought in Pleiku on Nov. 17, 1965, 155 were killed in the bloodiest one-day

Pet adoption

Pet adoption BOARDMAN -- Animal Appeal of Sharpsville will have a display of dogs and cats


JENNIFER AULICINO WILLIAM LOFTUS YOUNGSTOWN -- The marriage of Jennifer Lee Aulicino and William


Opinion: Washington Post: Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, in a speech Monday in Minneapolis, expressed anxiety


CYNTHIA BELL JOSEPH MARTIN AUSTINTOWN -- Abundant Harvest Church was the setting at 1 p.m. June 2

BROOKFIELD Officials still seek answers in explosion

Investigators were not able to speak to one of the men injured in the blast. By PEGGY SINKOVICH

AMERITECH GRANTS Technology and education

The following Youngstown-area organizations received Ameritech grants totaling $63,600 through the

TRUMBULL COUNTY Savings soar with new post

Agency heads and elected officials alike will be bidding jointly for supplies to save money. By


ASSOCIATIONS XHome Cemetery Association will hold its annual meeting at 4 p.m. Sunday at the

Web site to list sexual offenders

All three levels of sexual offenders will be listed on the sheriff's Web site. By BOB JACKSON


NANCY BARON KIM MACKEY YOUNGSTOWN -- Fellows Riverside Gardens in Mill Creek Park provided the

HUBBARD Council eyes plan on flood damage

The flood area is generally along Mud Run, through the middle of Hubbard. By TIM YOVICH


LISA NEELD JOHN SEMAN GIRARD -- The wedding of Lisa Marie Neeld and John Andrew Seman took place

WARREN Man pleads innocent to manslaughter charge

Police say they are not sure what spurred the fight but said they believe the suspect and victim had


Kelly Colla, who operated N.E. Colla & amp; Sons Barber Shop on Southern Boulevard until he

Public health emergency warrants state funding

Opinion: It was an impressive show of community caring in a crisis that had parents and children in

Columbiana man reports theft of car

YOUNGSTOWN -- A Columbiana man who was in town reportedly to buy crack cocaine lost his 1993

Five hurt when youth wrecked his car

ELLWOOD CITY, Pa. -- Three brothers and two other people were injured in a car accident early today.

Civic center ads

Civic center ads YOUNGSTOWN -- The board overseeing the proposed downtown civic center agreed

COLUMBIANA CO. Officials OK plan to annex

Fecal material found at sample sites far exceeds a state limit. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM

Boccieri takes look at office

Perhaps the Republican Party will rethink a redistricting plan because of this announcement, a state

NORTH JACKSON Asbestos found at school will add to repair costs

School officials fear the cost of the repairs may put them back into fiscal emergency. By IAN

GAIL WHITE Book explores the sweet success in Isaly's history

Working for the Western Pennsylvania Historical Society, Brian Butko of Pittsburgh touches history

Clerk faces theft, false-report charges

HERMITAGE, Pa. -- Police have charged a Dairy Mart clerk with making false reports and theft after

MERCER COUNTY State is on lookout for those owed unclaimed property

The Hermitage man's name turned up on a list of people the state is seeking so it can return their

Woman found dead

Woman found dead CORTLAND -- Police are investigating the death of a 31-year-old Stahl Avenue

Union: Lack of strike pay for pickets affects lines

Leaders say the union can't afford to pay its nurses benefits for walking a picket line, so it can't

Associated Press

Associated Press A NEW BATTLE: Tammy Smith, director of education in Citrus County, left, and


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Jason J. McQuiston, 23, of 189 Maple Drive, Boardman, and Rose

More to Lowellville than playmate attributes

Opinion: More to Lowellville than playmate attributes EDITOR: I am writing in response to an article

Officials to close NOCC earlier than expected

The Hubbard Road private prison will become dormant this month. By PETER H. MILLIKEN VINDICATOR

Another dollar ... another day

By ASHLEY POWERS VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER Bre Democko rarely is agitated by her job's little