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MERCER COUNTY Votino pleads guilty to charge of corrupting morals of minor

The educator admitted seducing and having sex with three female students. By HAROLD GWIN

Walking linked to mental function

Walking linked to mental function Women who walk regularly are less likely to experience memory


LTV. CORP. Labor deal Highlights of a proposed labor deal between LTV and United Steelworkers of

Deputy wounded in shootout

The injured officer was hoping to go home from the hospital today. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR


AGENDA WEDNESDAY Milton Township Zoning Board of Appeals, 6:30 p.m., Milton Township Hall, 15990

LIBERTY Panel to help pick new chief

The committee will discuss police department issues with chief candidates. By TIM YOVICH

GIRARD Auditors postpone results

The mayor has not developed a long-term financial recovery plan -- he is awaiting recommendations

GIRARD Games, food, music to highlight festival

The traditional procession to honor the saint will take place at 10 a.m. Monday. GIRARD-- The

Howland siblings are fair royalty

BAZETTA -- Howland siblings are junior fair king and queen at the Trumbull County Fair. William

FORUM NURSES STRIKE Overtime still an issue, union says

THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN The mandatory overtime issue hasn't gone away, the president of the

Car crashes into bar

Car crashes into bar YOUNGSTOWN -- After the car she was driving crashed into Irish Bob's at 3602

Wildlife officer kills black bear

ASHTABULA -- What state officials described as a "marauding" black bear was shot and killed by a

Business phone lines show $5,484 in illegal overseas calls

AUSTINTOWN -- Someone used the phone lines at a local business to make $5,484 in illegal calls to

EAST LIVERPOOL Man jailed in standoff

The man threatened to kill himself or force the police to shoot him. EAST LIVERPOOL -- An East

St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Donald and Karen Warg, 7469 Huntington, #4, Youngstown, boy, July 9. Tamica

CRAIG BEACH Councilman pushes for mayor's ouster

Council will try to determine whether the mayor knew he had received a court notice. By IAN HILL

SEBRING Council acts to promote downtown revitalization

The focus is economic development, specifically a stronger tax base and tourism. By STEPHANIE

Boardman cops consider driving while young a traffic offense

Opinion: Boardman cops consider driving while young a traffic offense EDITOR: Several weeks ago while

Court sets trial date for Clinton's brother

Court sets trial date for Clinton's brother TORRANCE, Calif. -- Roger Clinton's trial on


OHIO LOTTO The numbers Wednesday's $54 million jackpot is the largest in state history.

Theft from house

Theft from house NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- City police said they think two women kept an elderly area

Niles mayor asks Girard to join others in system

Girard's initial share for a countywide transit system would be $11,000. By TIM YOVICH

LOTTERY State-line frenzy: Big jackpots in Ohio, Pa. draw extra players

It's been more than 10 years since the Ohio Lottery jackpot exceeded $50 million. By SEAN BARRON

After chase, arrested man faces burglary, theft charges

AUSTINTOWN -- Police arrested a man who had been squatting in a vacant rental home, in the burglary

DIANE MAKAR MURPHY Mystical labyrinth offers path of spiritual reflection

Down a tree-crowded road, through green fields and across from a quiet cemetery lies an intriguing

POLAND TWP. ATV patrol warns riders

So far, there have been six warnings issued. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER

CANFIELD TWP. Residents complain of lake woes

A lake is clogged with silt and fish are dying, a resident said. CANFIELD -- Township residents

Siblings are crowned junior fair king, queen

Siblings are crowned junior fair king, queen BAZETTA -- Howland siblings are junior fair king and

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Associated Press

Associated Press REASON TO SMILE: General Electric chairman-elect Jeffrey R. Immelt grins as a

HERMITAGE School board appoints principal

She is the fourth of five administrative appointments being made before school starts. By HAROLD

YOUNGSTOWN ARENA Panel recommends Cleveland law firm

The arena board will consider hiring the law firm at its Thursday meeting. By DAVID SKOLNICK

YOUNGSTOWN LTV's local plants likely won't see cuts

THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN All sides praise the labor deal but say much needs to be done for LTV

WARREN Keeping an eye on kids

Cameras will let officials know who is coming and going, the high school principal said. By PEGGY


By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU HANOVERTON -- Paul Zehentbauer likes to say he never

COLUMBIANA COUNTY New leader vows to correct errors

The agency could be returned to full strength in about a month. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM


TODAY Veterans' Day 1 p.m. Flower show opens 1p.m. to 5 p.m. Rides open 4 p.m. Firefighters' water

BOXING Youngstown native's contributions savored

Ralph Citro has a place in the sport's hall of fame. CANASTOTA, N.Y. -- Youngstown-born Ralph

SHARON National Fuel Gas promises help with work on property

Company representatives said they were surprised by the ban preventing them from cutting into any

DIANE MAKAR MURPHY When empty-nest syndrome becomes a reality

Spring and early summer bring weddings and with them, empty nests. George Heller, barrel-chested,

We spy an injustice

Opinion: G-man-turned-spy Robert Hanssen got off easy. Hanssen was the vilest of spies, operating not out

NEW MIDDLETOWN Welker Park face-lift approved

A new stop sign is a safety matter, the police chief said. By JOYCE O'CONNELL VINDICATOR

Performance at library

Performance at library GIRARD -- Actress Carol Starre-Kmiecik will present a one-woman show as

NY-PENN LEAGUE Scrappers lose lead in eighth

Mahoning Valley starts a three-game home series Wednesday with Staten Island. JAMESTOWN, N.Y. -- A

Summary of police activity:

Summary of police activity: CANFIELD July 4 Warrant: Police arrested a 29-year-old Canfield

WARREN Sign concerns prompt review

A Florida company has approval to erect 10 to 12 large billboards along Elm and Youngstown roads.

LOWELLVILLE Dispute over BFI divides officials

The mayor suggested BFI could provide free or cut-rate trash collection for village residents. By

HUBBARD Travel plaza's plans remain on hold

Trustees will look into having the township join a countywide transit system. By SUSAN BERLIN