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CAR WASHES XBoardman Band Flagline will hold a car wash from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at Chili's


Smolko-Jones engagement is announced

Carrie Elizabeth Smolko, 12766 State Line Road, Petersburg, and Paul Michael Jones, 3032 Spring


Parents announce Quereau-Scarsella engagement

The engagement of Lehna Quereau and Joseph Scarsella, both of 63 Wilson St., Struthers, is announced


COLUMBIANA CORNER Bored kids can find work to do on area farms

Lamenting last week about vandalism at the Columbiana County Fairgrounds, Renae Unkefer of the


Objects possibly water

Objects possibly water Scientists have discovered what appears to be a swarm of icy comets


WEST FARMINGTON Arson spree shocks town; juveniles suspected

The fires were all set within a 2-block area. By STEPHEN SIFF VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER WEST


MAJOR LEAGUE BOXSCORES

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COLUMBIANA FAIR Take on some tough trucks

From a combine demolition derby to an Amish rock 'n' roll band, this year's fair offers something


HOWELL'S CASES

HOWELL'S CASES Municipal court The sequence of Zachary T. Howell's cases that have been pending


LOOKING GOOD: Bernadette Marsico, left, of Niles, styles the hair of Virginia Lewis, also of Niles.

LOOKING GOOD: Bernadette Marsico, left, of Niles, styles the hair of Virginia Lewis, also of Niles.


St. Rose Church to have annual festival

GIRARD -- The annual St. Rose Church festival will be Friday through Sunday in the church parking


Career center offering open enrollment

Career center offering open enrollment The Gordon D. James Career Center in Lordstown now offers


LITTLE LEAGUE Boardman West steps up to plate

The team continues state tournament play against the District 11 champion Wednesday in Eaton. By


ONE-ON-ONE | Richard Wootten Painter's work focused on the simple and familiar

Q. When did the Burchfield Homestead Museum open and how's it doing? A. We opened in August 1999.


AGENDA

AGENDA TUESDAY Mahoning County Planning Commission, 1 p.m., 50 Westchester Drive, Youngstown.


Talk of pay raise at YSU reveals major blind spot

Opinion: What could Youngstown State University trustees have been thinking last week when they broached the


LPGA lacks full field of players

The 2001 Giant Eagle LPGA Classic officially gets underway today, and for just the fourth time in


CAMPBELL Council candidate is off ballot

The former candidate said a board of elections employee told him there were no problems with the


Man reports thefts

Man reports thefts SALEM -- Police reported this morning that a Jennings Avenue man told them


Keeping track of your stuff

Opinion: Thank goodness the FBI doesn't issue sunglasses or key chains. Can you imagine how many of those


Building owner pleads no contest

Building owner pleads no contest STRUTHERS -- Kimberly M. Stocker of Fifth Street, Poland, pleaded


CRIME STOPPERS Greater Youngstown

A felony warrant for Jennette E. Belin is the focus of Crime Stoppers of Greater Youngstown this


GAME TIME Tonight

Who: Hudson Valley Renegades (18-14) at Scrappers (8-25) When: 7:05. Radio/TV: WBBW-AM (1240).


MAHONING VALLEY Train preparations include spill drill

An estimated 300 million shipments of hazardous materials are made in the United States each year.


Vice president could foot his own energy bill

Opinion: Vice president could foot his own energy bill EDITOR: At first glance the request of the


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EVENTS Columbiana County Fair

Gate admission: Adults $5; 3-12, $3; children under 3, free. Times and places are subject to change.


PROFILE Richard Wootten

Age: 66 Hometown: Cleveland. Occupation: Retired newspaper writer and editor whose career


An estimated 300 million shipments of hazardous materials take place in the United States each year.

An estimated 300 million shipments of hazardous materials take place in the United States each year.


COVERING All Dimensions

Customers can get their hair and nails done at the gym. By VERONICA GORLEY VINDICATOR STAFF


PULASKI TOWNSHIP, PA. Officials consider zoning law amendments

No changes will be made until they are advertised and a public hearing is held. By LAURE CIOFFI


GAME TIME Tuesday

Who: Pirates (Ritchie 6-9) at Cubs (Tavarez 6-6). When: 8:05 p.m. Radio/TV: FOX Sports


YOUNGSTOWN

YOUNGSTOWN JUDGE BLAMES SYSTEM FOR BLOWN TRIAL DEADLINE YOUNGSTOWN Judge blames the system for


NOTEBOOK From Cafaro Field

Up from Burlington: The new face in the Scrappers' lineup is that of Brian Kirby, who arrived from


TRUMBULL COUNTY

TRUMBULL COUNTY Dissolutions asked Susan M. Scott and Harold N. Scott Jr. Melody J. Beall and


EMERGENCY CREWS Technological advances can turn would-be tragedy into triumph

The Columbine High School tragedy sparked interest in new ways of preparing for emergency


WIN, PLACE & amp; SHOW

NORTHFIELD RESULTS SUNDAY 1st--Mickey's Message(W Irvine)4.403.002.20 A K A Willis(D


SCRAPPERS Routine helps relieve rigors

Despite Sunday's 3-2 loss to Hudson Valley, the team is playing better. By BRIAN RICHESSON


By PATRICIA MEADE

By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME REPORTER YOUNGSTOWN -- For 91/2 months, Zachary T. Howell's