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Crosscutters pounce on Scrappers for 6-1 win

Mahoning Valley manager Dave Turgeon said the team is struggling at the plate. By BILL ALBRIGHT


Assault charges

Assault charges AUSTINTOWN -- A 22-year-old Leetonia woman was charged with four counts of assault


ONE-ON-ONE | Tom Bresko Director runs park recreation and 4-6 miles a day

Q. When and in what capacity did you join Mill Creek Park? A. I worked here one summer when I


PROFILE Bill Leonard

Age: 59. Hometown: Niles. Occupation: Retiring Aug. 1 after serving as supervisor of facilities


Learn about the prairie

Learn about the prairie SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. -- A guided 90-minute walk discussing the plants,


St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Paul and Kelly Slater, 480 Terra Verde, Columbiana, boy, July 13. Eric and Donna


Walsh Jesuit tops Ursuline to win soccer tournament

STRUTHERS -- George Nanchoff scored a goal and recorded two assists Sunday to lead Cuyahoga Falls


A LIFE OF HEALTH Dynamic duo puts ideals into action

A first book is filled with information to help people deal with life's difficulties. By SEAN


By MARALINE KUBIK

By MARALINE KUBIK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER angs. Drugs. Dropouts. Troubled kids with big


One word or two, it was good

Opinion: "Chiptam." Say it like it was meant to be said. As if it were one word. Only a rookie walking into


RECALLS Toys and vests

TEXACO RACE CARS What: About 4,300 Remote Controlled Race Cars. Reason: Problems with the circuits


7 accused of selling to teen-agers

Police say compliance checks will continue. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


STOCK, DIVIDENDBIDASKED

STOCK, DIVIDENDBIDASKED Avalon Holdings,2.75 3.00 Banc One,.84,35.5535.56 Clear Channel, 58.20


Ambulance company plans benefit

YOUNGSTOWN -- A road tour fund-raiser by a local ambulance company will benefit two Warren


SALEM Trees can be trimmed near lines

One common beef about the trimming is that it leaves trees looking scalped. By NORMAN LEIGH


TRUMBULL CO. FAIR Skillet tossing: fun for all ages

Skillet tossing can be a spectator sport. By JENNINE ZELEZNIK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


Bird program scheduled

Bird program scheduled CLARK, Pa. -- Skye's Spirit Wildlife, a wildlife rehabilitation center,


ATTENDANCE

ATTENDANCE Trumbull County Fair Tuesday: 2000 -- 2,845; 2001 -- 2,940 Wednesday: 2000 -- 8,224;


REGION Moneymaking schemes often target the elderly

Be careful whom you give personal information to, warns a local Better Business Bureau official.


Tyler shows style

The first surprise is that Steven Tyler has a wardrobe stylist. But the real shock is to see the


Great Expectations

By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU LEETONIA -- As concrete and steel come together here,


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& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;BAGGIOSS & lt;/B & gt;I, Rocco J. (Rocky), 48, of


2-car crash leaves 3 people injured

HERMITAGE, Pa. -- Three people were transported by ambulance to an area hospital after a two-car


GAME TIME Tonight

Who: Dodgers (Gagne 1-4) at Pirates (Beimel 4-4). When: 7:05. Radio/TV: WBZY-AM (1280), FOX


Man dies in accident

Man dies in accident GREEN -- An East Palestine man died Sunday morning from injuries he suffered


NILES SCHOOLS Retiring after a long history

The retiring facilities supervisor pointed to the new middle school as one of his proudest


PROFILE Tom Bresko

The contractor was a generous supporter of the Youngstown VNA. YOUNGSTOWN -- David D. Davis, head


Valleys' boom fails to match nation's

By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR POLITICS WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- The metropolitan areas of Youngstown-


Commission to consider N. River Road zoning change

HOWLAND -- The township zoning commission will consider a plan Tuesday to allow offices to be built


Week declared a success

Changes this year included putting more space between the concessionaires and adding more seating


SOME TIPS

SOME TIPS Ken and Miki Thomas advocate several steps people can take to avoid cancer and other


NOTEBOOK From Bowman Field

Who's hot: According to the statistics of the last five games, Angel Bastardo is leading the


Man, 72, in critical condition after scuffle with officer

Both the man, who is in critical condition, and the officer fell to the ground during the struggle,


CRIMESTOPPERS Greater Youngstown

Felony warrants for Vicky E. Alexander are the focus of Crime Stoppers of Greater Youngstown this


Officials declare week a success

Changes this year included putting more space between the concessionaires and adding more seating


AGENDA

AGENDA TUESDAY Youngstown Board of Education, 6 p.m. open caucus, 6:30 meeting, board room of


SALEM Man in serious condition after being caught in basement blaze

Vapors from gasoline stored in the house may have triggered the fire. SALEM -- A city man is in


PROTECTING INTERESTS Tips for caregivers

Many elderly people have a family member or someone else looking after their interests. Ways to


Preventing crime requires addressing small offenses as well as major problems

Opinion: Preventing crime requires addressing small offenses as well as major problems EDITOR: In


MAHONING RIVER Deformed fish tied to pollution

The study found Mahoning River sport-fish populations increasing, but bottom-feeding species


WORTH A LOOK

BENEFITS XRC'S Marina, state Route 258, at the Shenango Reservoir in Clark, Pa., will hold a