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WARREN State will decide fate of market's liquor license

Tempers flared between the store owner and a councilman. By AMANDA C. DAVIS VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


POLAND Residents fume over septic mess

Unhappy residents want to talk with more county officials. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR


AGENDA

AGENDA FRIDAY Boardman Township Civil Service Commission, 9 a.m., conference room of Boardman


Cell-phone ban for drivers falls flat

Some legislators call the ordinance over-regulation that is unenforceable. WARREN -- What's been


Chalk-on-the-Walk to begin in Warren

Chalk-on-the-Walk to begin in Warren WARREN -- Get that big bucket of sidewalk chalk ready. The


COLUMBIANA CO. SCHOOLS Officials to renew pact involving lice program

County employees who use their personal vehicles for business will be reimbursed at a higher rate.


MAYBE PUTIN SEES SOMETHING IN BUSH'S EYES

Opinion: San Jose Mercury News: President George Bush and Russian President Vladimir Putin may have found a


Beating the heat

Beating the heat GREENFORD -- To help Green Township residents beat the heat, the township


BOXING Whitaker is billed on Eastwood card

Six bouts are carded on the "Star Wars" program at the Eastwood Expo Center. By SAL MARINO


Reopening concert will feature Bolton

Reopening concert will feature Bolton YOUNGSTOWN -- Singer Michael Bolton will be featured at the


Daylight-saving time all year is key to energy crisis

Opinion: Daylight-saving time all year is key to energy crisis EDITOR: Is it time for a change? Will


Sept. 29 chosen for Pesa-Budak ceremony

The engagement of Pamela A. Pesa of Vienna and Anthony P. Budak of Huron is being announced by their


Ridge to take part in Korean War service

GREENVILLE, Pa. -- Gov. Tom Ridge will participate in the Korean War Remembrance Service during the


PORTERSVILLE, PA. McConnell's Mill has summer fun for kids

PORTERSVILLE, Pa. -- Birds, aquatic animals and fire safety will be featured during programs coming


Commission plans studies on more staff reductions

Staff salaries and benefits amount to 89 percent of the district's budget. By DENISE DICK


NEW CASTLE Blazes destroy area homes

At least two of the fires are arson. A third fire is still being investigated. NEW CASTLE, Pa. --


Steer clear of bears, police say

Two black bears have been spotted in the past few days. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


Board of education chooses new member

The newest board member previously worked with a computer network serving public schools in Trumbull


HERMITAGE Officials consider money for county agency

The agency is requesting $20,498 from the city's housing rehabilitation fund. VIRGINIA ROSS


Miss Morgante, Jared Waring are engaged

BOARDMAN -- William and Barbara Morgante, 459 Garver Drive, are announcing the engagement of their


More than six arrests have been made since March in Lawrence County.

More than six arrests have been made since March in Lawrence County. BY MARY GRZEBIENIAK


LPGA NOTEBOOK From Squaw Creek Country Club

Rained out: The afternoon session of the Cellular One Pro-Am Tournament was canceled by heavy rains.


MEETING AND GREETING: Pa. State Auditor Robert P. Casey Jr., above, talks with Janet Lee, 5, during

MEETING AND GREETING: Pa. State Auditor Robert P. Casey Jr., above, talks with Janet Lee, 5, during


SEARCH Dogs find scent of missing woman in lake's water

Buoys were installed to mark a spot that will be more thoroughly searched today. By NORMAN LEIGH


Bush White House adopts Clinton's stalling tactics

Opinion: Remember when President George W. Bush promised the American people that his White House would be


TRUMBULL COUNTY Man gets 23 years for sex crimes

The maximum sentence the man could have received was 25 years. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR


Governor to participate in Korean War Service

Governor to participate in Korean War Service GREENVILLE, Pa. -- Gov. Tom Ridge will participate


Course makes Pak a favorite

The Pak is back at the Giant Eagle LPGA Classic. Se Ri Pak, who back in 1998 broke on the LPGA


YOUNGSTOWN Task force to hear ideas on revising city housing code

The second phase will include reviewing enforcement, prosecution and the court system. By ROGER G.


YOUNGSTOWN Could a casino be in the cards?

The city's law director and the state's attorney general said gambling is regulated by Ohio. By


LORDSTOWN SCHOOLS Auditor recommends cuts

Before asking for money, the district must become more fiscally responsible, the report said.


Man jumps through neighbor's window

Man jumps through neighbor's window YOUNGSTOWN -- Michael Robinson, 24, of Samuel Avenue jumped


WARREN Township honors deputy

The township officers said they appreciated help from the Trumbull County Special Forces team. By


Parents announce Jacobsen-Hileman engagement

POLAND -- Curt and Brenda Jacobsen, 2040 E. Middletown Road, announce the engagement of their


LITTLE LEAGUE Boardman West wins; Poland in state championship contest

EATON -- Boardman West's 11-12-year olds posted an 8-2 victory over West Portsmouth in the Little


CANFIELD Council seeks input on adding sidewalks

The deadline for comments is Aug. 6. By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER CANFIELD -- City


AUDITIONS Where to try out for roles

ACTORS "The King and I." Players Guild Theatre, 1001 Market Avenue North, Canton, 10- 1 p.m.


OUT-OF-TOWN BIRTHS

XPatricia (Botsko) and Mike Bechtol of Bellingham, Wash., announce the birth of a son, Christopher


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Leo H. Connelly Jr., 53, of 60 N. Raccoon Road #12,


CANFIELD Rainbow's earnings are lower

The Canfield-based company earned $418,000, down about $1 million for the same quarter last year.


GAME TIME Tonight

Who: Scrappers (9-26) at New Jersey Cardinals (17-19). When: 7:05. Radio: WBBW-AM (1240).


May 2001: The annual report of Trumbull County coroner's office states seven people died from

May 2001: The annual report of Trumbull County coroner's office states seven people died from


DAMASCUS FIRE Witmer's is urged to rebuild

The feed mill was a gathering place for farmers. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU


St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Patricia Russell, 715 Bane St., Warren, boy, July 25. Daniel and Melissa Rowland,


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YOUNGSTOWN Attorney general says casino's not in the cards

The city's law director and the state's attorney general said gambling is regulated by Ohio. By


Votaw proud of Valley tourney

The South Range graduate and LPGA commissioner claims the Classic is among the Tour's best in


Probe into arrest continues

By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- City police and the local chapter of the NAACP


Miss Goodman, Mr. Johnson set wedding date

PEACHTREE CITY, Ga. -- Mr. and Mrs. Larry W. Goodman of Peachtree City are announcing the engagement


DIANE MAKAR MURPHY Summertime sweltering brings back memories

This weather -- this sweltering hot, miserable weather -- always calls to mind an old "Outer Limits"


Patrons are sure to go bananas over remake

Like the original, the movie's theme is one of racial tolerance and understanding. By MILAN


WARREN COUNCIL Agenda

City council handled matters including these at Wednesday's meeting: U Authorized the city to


CSC LTD. Pa.'s EGI bids on part of mill

Attorneys representing CSC have run up a $762,595 tab in the first five months of this year. By


Korean feels good about state she's in

Four of Se Ri Pak's 11 wins have come in Ohio. By PETE MOLLICA VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF VIENNA


YOUNGSTOWN Two top officials leave positions with local CIC

The chamber memo didn't explain why. By PETER H. MILLIKEN VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN