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Best brows in Hollywood get star treatment from stylists

Stylists on the West Coast cater to celebrity clients. Great celebrity brows of the moment include


BEDTIME By the numbers Factors keeping people awake: % MenWomen Anxiety or anger36.941.1

STRUTHERS Police captain sues city for not defending him

The original suit claims the officers told Kaufmann's workers they were required to turn over the

Police seek 2 men in slashing, robbery of woman in bank lot

AUSTINTOWN -- Township police are looking for the man who robbed and slashed a Youngstown woman at a

Richard, other former champs score well

By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF VIENNA -- As the final round of the Giant Eagle LPGA

NEW YORK-PENN LEAGUE Scrappers lose 3-2 to N.J., split series

Mahoning Valley moves on to Hudson Valley for a game tonight. AUGUSTA, N.J. -- The Mahoning Valley

Ohioans feel right at home in Giant Eagle LPGA Classic

Suzy Green, Marianne Morris and Laurel Kean all had their best finish of the season. By JOE SCALZO

WARREN Job's pay, duties raise concerns

The question is whether the proposed salary is too high for the new job. By AMANDA C. DAVIS

Antique machines will be at local fairs

Local emergency officials think they're prepared for any major accident at the Canfield Fair. By

WASHINGTON DeWine backs pediatric drug testing

The act gives brand-name companies an exclusive share of the market for six months. By MEGAN

Talks take fast lane at TMH

Negotiations between Forum Health and Trumbull Memorial nurses have begun on a positive note, a


DID YOU KNOW? Biologically speaking, women are sounder sleepers than men. Even as they age, women


BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Syed Rizvi and Nazia Masih, 7544 Market St., Bldg. 2, Apt. 4, Youngstown,

BOWLING BPAA recognizes industry leaders

The organization named Best Practices recipients at the International Bowl Expo. The Bowling

Woman dies in crash

Woman dies in crash CHAMPION -- A 20-year-old Champion woman died Sunday in a one-vehicle crash in

LISBON Search to continue for missing woman

Investigators have other locations in mind. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU LISBON --


Opinion: Neue Luzerner Zeitung, Lucerne, July 24: The Kyoto Protocol has been rescued. But those who warned

Life-saving gift from small package

Sophie Avery hopes her story will be the impetus for formation of an umbilical cord blood bank in

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Associated Press AWAITING RESULTS: Addyson D'Ostroph, 10 months, waits with her mother, Jeana, for

DID YOU KNOW ... Sleeping facts

Biologically speaking, women are sounder sleepers than men. Even as they age, women have the

Llama on the loose

Llama on the loose HUBBARD -- The Trumbull County Animal Welfare League is trying to capture a

BOXING Whitaker's loss means he must sit out show

The Warren native had to be cut from the Aug. 17 event at the Eastwood Expo Center. By SAL MARINO

For Dorothy, there's no place like the Valley

This year's tournament produced a record donation of $455,000 to Mahoning Valley Sports Charities.

Crafters sought for fest

Crafters sought for fest LIBERTY -- The township is seeking quality crafters to participate in


TIPS ON LASHES Mascara dos and don'ts Experts offer the following list of mascara dos and

ELKTON Official opposes prison escape siren

A county official says he's pleased with steps prison authorities have taken to try to prevent

Green's fate is sealed by missed chip shot

Tammie Green needed a birdie to force a playoff with Dorothy Delasin, but was 2 feet wide. By

YOUNGSTOWN Witness jailed after his absence at trial

The witness will be segregated from other inmates and get paid $25 for each day he's held in jail.

No worries on this day

VIENNA -- Clint Begay is a study in contrasts. He's a Native American who Sunday wore a ball cap

Delasin starting to make this a habit

Her reaction to victory was another example of why fans here have taken to her. By PETE MOLLICA


AGENDA TUESDAY Youngstown Central Area Community Improvement Corp. Board of Directors meeting,

NILES HERITAGE Old piano finds a new home in museum

Heritage Day runs from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday at the Ward-Thomas Museum. By DENISE DICK

FORUM HEALTH Talks take fast lane at TMH

Negotiations between Forum Health and Trumbull Memorial nurses have begun on a positive note, a

Steinhauer just along for the ride as leaders battled down stretch

She tied for fourth place with Becky Iverson, Janice Moodie and Dina Ammaccapane By BRIAN


Toughest hole: For the third straight round, the par-4, 367-yard No. 3 hole was toughest to play.

Bitter pill will be good for Lordstown schools

Opinion: State Auditor Jim Petro has a message for officials of the financially troubled Lordstown School

Hermitage man dies in copter crash

\TITUSVILLE, Pa. (AP) -- A man killed in an ultralight gyrocopter crash at Titusville Airport died

COLUMBIANA CORNER Sheriff expresses hope, frustration in search

Columbiana County Sheriff Dave Smith voiced both hope and frustration Friday regarding the efforts

BEATING THE HEAT Sleepless in summer? Rest easier

It's not easy to conquer the summer slumber blues. By VERONICA GORLEY VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER

MAHONING COUNTY EMA awaits move to new home

Bids could be opened next week and the project finished by November. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR

District will use grant to refurbish play area

The playground is usable, but in need of a touch up By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR STAFF

LEETONIA Officials hope GEI will breathe life into Columbiana County

A German company picked Leetonia as one of 10 U.S. sites to visit. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR


PROFILE Keith Kaiser Age: 43 Occupation: Assistant horticulture director, Fellows Riverside


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

Pak still happy with effort

She said an inconsistency with a driver could happen to anybody. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR

ONE-ON-ONE | Keith Kaiser Assistant horticulture director shows off green thumb

Q: What are the responsibilities of the assistant horticulture director? A: My job currently is to

Enforce current laws to clean up Youngstown

Opinion: Enforce current laws to clean up Youngstown EDITOR: I am writing in regards to a recent article


By PETE MOLLICA VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF VIENNA -- For the second straight year, Dorothy Delasin