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SCHEDULE Bible school

Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 388 E. Midlothian Blvd., Youngstown. Theme: Beach Trek. Classes: Age 3


PEOPLE Farewell celebration YOUNGSTOWN -- A farewell celebration for the Rev. Gary Frost and his

Loan approved for Pulaski sewage system

The money will pay for design and engineering work. NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- A loan from the

Parents announce Rencewicz and Demsey troth

WARREN -- The Rev. and Mrs. John Rencewicz II of 317 Belmont Ave. N.W., announce the engagement of

VIENNA Air Force probes credit card use

The public affairs officer said the base commander will be willing to talk after the probe. By

YOUNGSTOWN McKelvey's attorney files protest against candidacy

The independent candidate doesn't think a person has to live in Youngstown to run for the city's

BOARDMAN Kind cops cheer up young theft victim

The mother said the girl learned a valuable lesson. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR STAFF

Goins-Sferra wedding is set for Sept. 1

CAMPBELL -- Announcement is being made of the engagement of Gretchen Meschelle Goins, daughter of

Tylenol was the top selling pain pill last year, with sales of $469.6 million; Advil came in second

Tylenol was the top selling pain pill last year, with sales of $469.6 million; Advil came in second

Doreen Quear, John J. Valley to wed Aug. 25

The engagement of Doreen Audrey Quear, Johnson Circle, Hillsville, Pa., and John Joseph Valley, 1642

UWeathersfield Schools Superintendent Rocci Adduci said the school board increased his salary by

UWeathersfield Schools Superintendent Rocci Adduci said the school board increased his salary by


NURSES CONTRACT Details Highlights of the nurses contract: PAY: Raises of 4 percent

PULASKI TOWNSHIP, PA. Adult store appeals denial of permits

The bookstore owner's attorneys claim the township law is unconstitutional. By LAURE CIOFFI

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Nurses ratify contract

Nurses will receive pay raises of 4 percent a year. By DON SHILLING VINDICATOR BUSINESS EDITOR


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Richard D. Spencer Jr., 33, of 10894 Mahoning Ave., North

Widow awarded $55,000 in back payments for husband's death

YOUNGSTOWN -- An 81-year-old widow of a retired U.S. Steel electrician was awarded about $55,000 in

POLICE CALLS Girard, Liberty

Summary of police activity: GIRARD July 14 Theft: A chain saw and keys were stolen from a

Grant from Gates Foundation adds 60 computers to library branches

YOUNGSTOWN -- Sixty computers from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation have been installed in

WARREN SCHOOLS District hopes for funding

The district could raze all the buildings but one when funds become available. By AMANDA C. DAVIS

is this gal's best friend

BY JOHN KOVACH VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF YOUNGSTOWN -- Barb (Nick) Ballestrino, admitting she was

GIRARD Police chief wants escape to be investigated

Police say they were never asked to watch the prisoner. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF

YOUNGSTOWN After no-contest pleas, Da-Bing is set to reopen for business

The law director says the city's witnesses didn't show up for Thursday's hearing. By IAN HILL

Police continue break-in investigation

Police continue break-in investigation WEST MIDDLESEX, Pa. -- Southwest Regional police said


Who: Renegades (17-13) at Scrappers (7-24). When: 7:05. Radio: WBBW-AM (1240).

SALEM Red Cross training revised to fit national guidelines

The local chapter received a donation of CPR mannequins from the National Automobile Dealers


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LORDSTOWN School district and union settle unfair labor practice complaint

SERB is expected to consider the agreement next month. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF

NORTH JACKSON School walls to get repairs

The job will cost about $30,000, the architect says. By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER NORTH

Forum Health Northside

Forum Health Northside Dusty L. Tovtin and Jon K. Blystone, 840 Dean St., Youngstown, boy, July

HUBBARD TWP. Coonce seeks plea bargain

The township police chief says he didn't fix traffic tickets. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL

NOTEBOOK Items of interest

It's done: The Scrappers wiped out a 10-game losing streak, the longest of their three-year tenure

ALTIERE CAMPAIGN FINANCES Party insider says he wasn't a donor


Parents announce Sherman-Lesko engagement

BOARDMAN -- Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Budd and Thomas L. Lesko, all of Boardman, announce the

ON AREA DIAMONDS Youth baseball & amp; softball

BASEBALL Tri-T Colt (ages 15-17) East Palestine Venezia Auto Sales 7, Struthers Davis &


SCHEDULE The Italian Fest continues from 3 to 11 p.m. today and 12:15 to 10 p.m. Sunday at the

BOXING Warren's Hanshaw defeats Nigerian

The crowd was solidly behind Hanshaw. By BOB ROTH VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT CANTON -- Tony "The

Police probe report of dumped watch box

Police probe report of dumped watch box WASHINGTON -- Troubles mounted Friday for Rep. Gary

YOUNGSTOWN Local psalmist sacrifices for Jesus with first Christian music CD

The vocalist said she gives her singing 110 percent. VINDICATOR STAFF REPORT YOUNGSTOWN -- She's

Mary Hernandez, Angel Perez plan summer wedding

YOUNGSTOWN -- Consuelo and Fortunato N. Hernandez, 917 Franklin Ave., are announcing plans for the


All events will be on the stage at Broadway Avenue and East State Street unless otherwise noted.

Calmer Traficant demands tapes

The congressman didn't bother to let the government know where to deliver 35 boxes of evidence that

Workers reinstated

Workers reinstated CHAMPION -- The governing board of Trumbull Career and Technical Center has

NY-PENN LEAGUE Scrappers snap losing streak

Mahoning Valley put together a solid all-around performance in beating Hudson Valley 6-1. By BILL

The festival continues today and Sunday.

The festival continues today and Sunday. By ASHLEY POWERS VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER CANFIELD --

Don't trample Bill of Rights on way to save the flag

Opinion: The House of Representatives is again calling for a constitutional amendment to ban flag-burning.

Slow-pitch fades into sunset

Fast-pitch has become popular while there has been a decline in the area's men's and women's


ASSOCIATIONS XTri-County Chapter of the American Business Women's Association will meet Aug. 7 at