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Stories published July 11, 2001
The victim and his family said they are satisfied. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF
Attorneys say a piecemeal sale and dismantling of the mill could be next. By CYNTHIA VINARSKY
POLAND -- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boano and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ficorilli, all of Poland, are announcing
CANFIELD -- Michael and Patricia Bundy, 71-2 Talsman Drive, and Eileen and Thomas Lakin Sr. of
The residents group maintains that the project is a loan to a local developer. By IAN HILL
A prosecutor called it 'clearly a combination of errors.' By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME
Announced by Tim Hinkson, Hadley, Pa., and Judy Hinkson, Hermitage, Pa., is the engagement of their
SAN DIEGO -- The engagement of Marsi Danell Lawrence and E. Andrew Knight Jr., both of San Diego, is
BOARDMAN -- Mr. and Mrs. John M. French of 7511 Jaguar Drive are announcing the engagement of their
CENTENNIAL Celebration Other highlights of this week's Centennial Celebration, at the Farrell
YOUNGSTOWN -- Announcement is being made by Mike and Susan Roberts, 1881 Mary Place, of the
Police said they found six spent shells in the house. BROOKFIELD -- A 61/2-hour standoff ended
The area proposed lies across from the site where a Wal-Mart is to be built. By NORMAN LEIGH
The deputy wounded in the standoff underwent surgery. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL
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HUBBARD -- Announcement is being made by John and Barbara Chovan, 204 Maple Leaf Drive, of the
BOARDMAN -- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dowell of Westport Drive, are announcing plans for the upcoming
YOUNGSTOWN -- Robert A. and Danna L. Santor, 1653 Weston Ave., are announcing the engagement of
The institute teaches parents to speak up about their passions and for their children. By ASHLEY
"This is my palette," says Christine Porter of Boardman as she pulls out a drawer of neatly folded
Versatile, useful critters, goats are among the many exhibits at the annual event. By STEPHEN SIFF
By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF WARREN -- A Youngstown man filed a $350,000 lawsuit
St. Elizabeth Andrea Vranches and Isaac Kaltenbach, 1565 Sequoya Drive, Poland, girl, July 8.
Concern about a looming property-tax increase prompted the county auditor to take steps to fight it.
AUSTINTOWN -- It was a domino effect with more than $10,000 worth of consequences. Wayne Davis
Donations accepted for victims of house fire LIBERTY -- Donations are being accepted in an account
NEW SPRINGFIELD -- The Youngstown Oldtimers baseball team will try to regain its winning ways
AUSTINTOWN -- The engagement of Jayme Dominick, 236 N. Beverly Ave., and Jason Wileman, 29 Tacoma
LISBON -- A local funeral director told village council that a new law makes the village responsible
The engagement of Lynne Marie Biasella, 6748 Bristlewood Drive, Boardman, and Brian Richard
Concern about a virus has already affected communities planning an annual used tire pickup.
HUBBARD -- Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Glass, 223 School St., are announcing plans for the marriage of
Ted Pedas isn't coming to the ceremony empty-handed. He's bringing some gifts of his own. By
Who: Staten Island Yankees (12-7) at Scrappers (6-15) When: 7:05. Radio: WBBW-AM (1240).
NILES -- The Mahoning Valley Scrappers begin a three-game series against the Staten Island Yankees
AUSTINTOWN -- Plans for their late summer wedding are being announced by Amy Ralston and Paul Beike,
APPLICATIONS Training Institute Parent Leadership Training Institute applications are due
The fire marshal called federal agents into the probe. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF
Foundation gives grant to Rescue Mission YOUNGSTOWN -- The Rescue Mission of Mahoning Valley
This year's fest is dedicated to mothers. CANFIELD -- The Youngstown Italian Heritage Foundation
The DEP will make its decision on whether to permit the landfill's construction after a public
YOUNGSTOWN -- The cause of a fire that heavily damaged a 21/2 story frame residence at 1334
HERMITAGE, Pa. -- Arson is listed as the cause of a fire that gutted a duplex at 2016 Mercer Ave.
The superintendent will seek resolutions supporting the change from member districts. By DENISE
TODAY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS DAY 9 a.m. Junior Fair sheep show (Dairy Show Arena) Rabbit show
STRUTHERS -- Timothy Thake and Doreen Thake, both of Struthers, are announcing the engagement of
The study would look for areas where joint operations might benefit both municipalities. By HAROLD
CLEVELAND -- Thirteen games above .500 -- how impressive that is depends on how lofty the goal. At
Emergency assistance to families has increased this year. By PETER H. MILLIKEN VINDICATOR STAFF
No decision has been made on just how large the new Liberty branch will be. By DENISE DICK
YOUNGSTOWN -- Mr. and Mrs. Allen Dothard, 329 W. Judson Ave., are announcing the forthcoming
AGENDA THURSDAY Weathersfield Township Board of Zoning Appeals, 7 p.m., township administration
The former Tartan Textile Services building has been closed since March. By DAVID SKOLNICK
A steel company in Niles is seeking a $350,000 loan for improvements that will add jobs. By
Announcement is being made by Karen Gustavson, 102 Dillon Drive, Titusville, Fla., and Gary and
MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Raymond F. Roop, 69, of 4389 Canfield Road, and Ellen I.
Opinion: Boardman wants neither railroad nor unkempt site EDITOR: Recently, there have been articles in
Pa. motorcyclist dies after hitting BFI truck UNITY -- A motorcyclist is dead after his cycle hit
A state agency is expected to decide today whether to investigate an allegation of police brutality.
By JENNINE ZELEZNIK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF BAZETTA -- Dr. R.F. Papp grasped the tiny front
Opinion: It's been no secret for centuries that knowledge is power, and in Pennsylvania, the Education
A story in Monday's editions gave the incorrect admission prices for the Slovenefest that will be
Man hospitalized NILES -- Police wrestled down a man who threatened to jump from the Main Street