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HERMITAGE Facility focuses on women's health

Male patients can use the center for certain diagnostic procedures. By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR


EAST PALESTINE Volunteers prepare for reading camp

Last year's camp had 130 participants. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU EAST PALESTINE


Emergency response team to get building

YOUNGSTOWN -- After 13 years of moves, the Mahoning County Emergency Management and Hazardous


Rotary Club installs new president

YOUNGSTOWN -- Deborah A. Corbi was installed as the 87th president of the Youngstown Rotary Club at


YOUNGSTOWN Former victim helps abused women recover

The Youngstown woman told her story to the Youngstown Mayor's Task Force on Crime and Violence


Levy's mother is a Liberty graduate

Susan Levy and her husband, Robert, visited family in the Valley about two years ago. By TIM


POLAND POLICE Department to get workout room

Studies suggest that physically fit employees take less time off work for illness. By JOHN W.


CLUB CALENDAR

ATHLETIC GROUPS XMcDonald Sideliners will meet at 7 p.m. Sunday in the senior citizens room at the


Time is running out for CSC

Opinion: Failure to find any bidders for the CSC Ltd. plant in Warren does not bode well for the future of


PRETTY kitties

This is one cat show where the cats have it easy. The owners are put on the spot. By STEPHEN SIFF


LIQUOR CONTROL Permits

The Ohio Department of Liquor Control is processing these liquor permit transfers and applications,


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Variance denied for food stand trailer

Pleads innocent BROOKFIELD -- A man arrested after holding police at bay for 61/2 hours Tuesday


Walking in their shoes can be unnerving. Are all those people really looking? It's what a brunette

Walking in their shoes can be unnerving. Are all those people really looking? It's what a brunette


Arthritis workshop

Arthritis workshop YOUNGSTOWN -- The Youngstown City Health District will conduct an arthritis


YOUNGSTOWN City arena board hires legal counsel

The 120-lawyer firm has the expertise and experience needed, the chairman of the committee says.


Tax cut chickens coming home to roost

Opinion: The ink is barely dry on the president's tax cut bill, but already the declining economy is


Reservists to re-enlist at Family Day

VIENNA -- The 910th Airlift Wing's annual Family Day celebration Saturday at the Air Force Reserve


Army-Navy Union holds encampment

COLUMBUS -- The Department of Ohio Army-Navy Union U.S.A. held its 83rd annual encampment June 21-24


GAIL WHITE Bible school program keeps many kids on track

"I believe we should break out of the four walls of the church," said Bill Beck, pastor of Barnstone


MERCER COUNTY 911 director explains reason for lightning hit

The lightning charge may have simply been too large. By MARY GRZEBIENIAK VINDICATOR


YOUNGSTOWN Man charged with raping 6-year-old girl

The Adult Parole Authority also has a hold on him. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME REPORTER


Local Wolves club to receive award

YOUNGSTOWN -- The Wolves Club, Den VI of Youngstown, has been chosen as the recipient of the 2001


NURSES STRIKE Mayor backs 'modified' talks process

One union leader said the nurses haven't seen evidence the strike is hurting Forum's financial


Agriculture secretary to deliver check

MERCER, Pa. -- The Mercer County Grange Fair was expecting an important visitor today. Samuel


YOUNGSTOWN Correctional center suspends operations

The empty private prison awaits new inmates. YOUNGSTOWN -- The last of the prisoners have departed


Newspaper changes disappoint reader

Opinion: Newspaper changes disappoint reader EDITOR: Ever since you've made so many changes in The


MAHONING COUNTY Jeff Chance demoted from corporal to deputy

By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME REPORTER YOUNGSTOWN -- Calling "devastating" the long-term


Arrested in break-ins

Arrested in break-ins MILTON TOWNSHIP -- Police have arrested a North Jackson teen and accused him


COLUMBIANA COUNTY Ameritech must help pay for 911

The county's share could be as much as $400,000. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU


YOUNGSTOWN WCI's sinter plant nears closing date

THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN The steelmaker no longer uses sinter to feed its blast furnace because


MCDONALD State to help cover extra revamp costs

By MARY R. SMITH VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT McDONALD -- Renovation estimates for McDonald High


YOUNGSTOWN Mahoning County sets deadline on annex lease offer

The city's uncertain financial situation is holding up plans to move the appeals court to the city


GETTING IT RIGHT

Karen Gustavson lives in Titusville, Pa. The wrong state was listed in Wednesday's announcement of


By ASHLEY POWERS

By ASHLEY POWERS VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- Funny, I don't feel stupid. Just


Chaney High -- will be where candidates for the girls basketball team meet Monday at noon in Room 106. For more information, call Coach Tim Bakos at (330) 793-4337.

BOXING Ohio Athletic Commission -- will meet at the Frank Lausche Building in Cleveland Tuesday at


BIRTHS

St. Elizabeth James and Cynthia Johns, 5801 Watson St., Hubbard, twins: girl and boy, July 12.


THEATER REVIEW 'La Cage' brings glitz, wit to stage

The musical is a gender-bending romp. By AMANDA SMITH VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN --


The shoe fits for these club members

Horseshoes are a ringer at the Trumbull County Fair. By JENNINE ZELEZNIK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


CAT CONTEST

CAT CONTEST Awards Silver Claws 4-H Cat Club results from the Trumbull County Fair: GRAND


NOW AND THEN Agreements

The following shows some terms of agreements made between the city and Anthony J. Carson Jr., who


Bill Begg of Lima drives a pair of draft horses while harvesting a field of oats behind Marimor

Bill Begg of Lima drives a pair of draft horses while harvesting a field of oats behind Marimor


DUI checkpoint tonight on U.S. Route 422

DUI checkpoint tonight on U.S. Route 422 COITSVILLE -- The Mahoning County Sheriff's Department


COURTS

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Gregory D. Richardson, 44, of 382 Camden Ave., Youngstown, and


WARREN Alternative jail program reopens

The owner of the reopened alternative sentencing program has a lawsuit pending against the city.


FLOWER SHOW RESULTS

FLOWER SHOW RESULTS Artistic: Lydia Caskey, four red, two yellow; Alberta Ellwood, two blue, five


CRAIG BEACH Official gives mayor time on paychecks

The U.S. Department of Labor isn't going to be poked into action in Craig Beach. By IAN HILL


Mail fraud indictment

Mail fraud indictment PITTSBURGH -- John L. McDonald, 60, of Fredonia Road, Hadley, has been


MOUNTAINEER ENTRIES

MOUNTAINEER ENTRIES TODAY -- 7 P.M. 1st--$10,000, cl $4,000-$4,000, 3YO up, 6f. Harahan, wt.