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ABWA chapter to hold installation ceremony, dinner at Boardman park

BOARDMAN -- The installation of officers for the upcoming season will be a highlight of a dinner


BAZETTA Fair will honor standout people

One of the four men being honored helped construct buildings for the fairground. BAZETTA --


Rubble tests show no signs of hazards

STRUTHERS -- City officials said results from analysis on rubble behind the Spring Street Apartments


JAMES CAREER CENTER School board to revisit open-enrollment plan

Some members said they want more information on this type of policy. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR


YOUNGSTOWN Man must pay for loud music

Mark Lett's two loud-music offenses brought a $150 fine. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME


POLAND Plans stumble for a walking path along Yellow Creek

By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER POLAND -- Plans for the proposed walking path


ON CAMPUS College news and notes

Westminster: Four former members of the men's basketball team, including three from the 2000-2001


Couple sues over steer that was fatally shot

Couple sues over steer that was fatally shot YOUNGSTOWN -- A Beloit couple is suing Smith Township


DONNA MCNAMARA DAVID EDWARDS

DONNA MCNAMARA DAVID EDWARDS MAUI, Hawaii -- Donna J. McNamara of Girard and David A. Edwards of


BIRTHS

BIRTHS Forum Health Northside Blaine and Diane Bricker, 11497 Youngstown-Pittsburgh Road, New


GAME TIME Tonight

Who: Pirates (Schmidt 5-3) at White Sox (K. Wells 4-5). When: 7:05. TV/Radio: FOX Sports


CLUB CALENDAR

AUXILIARIES XSt. Anthony's Auxiliary of Struthers will have its annual picnic at 6 p.m. Tuesday at


WARREN Council will consider Packard Hall subsidy

The city had challenged music hall officials to create a plan showing it can operate without city


Authorities arrest 9 environmentalists

Authorities arrest 9 environmentalists BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Developers began to clear land for an


GAME TIME Today

Who: Cardinals (Benes 6-6) at Indians (Sabathia 7-3). When: 1:15. TV/Radio: WNYX (62), WJW (8),


Body found at park

Body found at park RAVENNA -- A body believed to be that of Timothy Heaton of Canton was recovered


FORUM TALKS

FORUM TALKS Other developments Talks between Forum Health and its striking registered nurses


CEREMONIES

CEREMONIES Recent changes Under Jewish law, at age 13 (12 for girls), children become obligated


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses David A. Felder, 32, of 2646 Curtis, Youngstown, and Trina L.


NEW CASTLE HIGH Ex-teacher: Gender bias played role in hire

The woman's lawsuit claims the district was looking for someone with an 'athletic background' for


MICHELLE CIOCI JAMES ROBISON

MICHELLE CIOCI JAMES ROBISON POLAND -- The Rev. Bobby Murphy officiated at 2 p.m. June 9 at Bethel


READY TO FIGHT: Mr. Tinkles, voiced by Sean Hayes, speaks to the masses about the cats' plans for

READY TO FIGHT: Mr. Tinkles, voiced by Sean Hayes, speaks to the masses about the cats' plans for


SARA SPOSETTA JOHN RAPP

SARA SPOSETTA JOHN RAPP EAST FAIRFIELD -- Nuptial vows were exchanged June 9 in the presence of


WARREN Program focuses on life skills

'The Potter's Wheel' offers job training and economic planning for disadvantaged women. WARREN --


COLUMBIANA Library will hire architect

By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU COLUMBIANA -- Columbiana Public Library officials are


COLUMBIANA Library will hire an architect for expansion

By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU COLUMBIANA -- Columbiana Public Library officials are


JAMES CAREER CENTER Board to revisit open-enrollment proposal

Some members said they want more information on this type of policy . By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR


Plane built by Cortland man crashes on very first flight

JOHNSTON -- A 62-year-old pilot suffered only minor injuries when the experimental aircraft he was


Tri-County chapter officers installed, award presented

AUSTINTOWN -- The installation of officers who will head Tri-County Chapter of the American Business


INSTALLATIONS Lions club inducts new slate of officers

Various awards also were presented to members. HOWLAND -- The Youngstown Lions Club held


Cops confiscate marijuana plants

CAMPBELL -- Acting on a tip from a concerned citizen, police found and confiscated 11 marijuana


ANDREA KARAS DEAN CICORETTI

ANDREA KARAS DEAN CICORETTI YOUNGSTOWN -- The wedding of Andrea Karas, daughter of George and


Russia's embrace of Iraq shows lack of conscience

Opinion: Russia should know that its call for an end to economic sanctions against Iraq on the grounds that


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EVENTS

EVENTS Revival services YOUNGSTOWN -- There will be three days of revival services at Holy


Couple sues city over decision to raze

WARREN -- A Youngstown couple is suing Warren's board of health, appealing its decision to demolish


YOUNGSTOWN Academy loses home but still plans to open

The school district has re-claimed the building and changed the locks. By RON COLE VINDICATOR


SCHEDULE Bible school

Cornerstone Presbyterian Church, 471 Mathews Road, Boardman. Theme: Jesus to the Rescue. Classes:


MERCER, PA. Market effort to plant good eating habits

Eligible older residents may get $20 to help them buy fresh fruits and vegetables. MERCER, Pa. --


YO-MAH-O Officers seated, scholarships awarded at dinner meeting

BOARDMAN -- Yo-Mah-O Chapter, International Association of Administrative Professionals, installed


ERNIE BROWN JR. A peaceful passing, a new beginning

I will remember June 23, 2001, for a long time. On that Saturday, I experienced two poignant


GOLDBERG CASE Judge awards bilked family $1.5 million

Richard Goldberg, two of his former secretaries, a bank and an insurance company were ordered to


FORUM NURSES STRIKE Union plans 'Rally in the Valley'

The rally will be a victory celebration if Forum and the nurses union reach a contract settlement by


Faith, hope and charity don't need government support

Opinion: Even as people on both the left and right sides of the political spectrum are expressing


GETTING IT RIGHT

Charity Pappas, a Chaney High School student, and Barbara Ross, Chaney's librarian, were incorrectly