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WARREN City gives a rundown on landlord; officials say properties violate code

A lawyer said he doesn't know anything about the properties in question. By AMANDA C. DAVIS

Woman, son arrested

Woman, son arrested SHARON, Pa. -- Police arrested a Spearman Avenue woman and one of her sons in

Terrorist activity won't end with bombing convictions

Opinion: It would be naive to believe that the convictions of four terrorists involved in the 1998 bombing of

SALEM Center's fee study to begin

Eric Green, director of Salem Community Center, is also planning to create a Web site for the

Anne McMahon seated by YBPW club

POLAND -- The Youngstown Business and Professional Women's Club held installation of officers for

AWARDS St. Stanislaus CWV post recognizes students' work

The 46th annual event honored art and essay winners. YOUNGSTOWN -- Art and essay contest winners

Ryan right to oppose mandatory overtime

Opinion: Ryan right to oppose mandatory overtime EDITOR: I'm writing in reference to your editorial of

Braden-VanHorn wedding date to be June 30

WARREN -- A summer wedding is planned by Lori Ann Braden, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Braden,

Fear, confusion grip residents as they line up for antibiotic

Parents are concerned over what happens next. By JENNINE ZELEZNIK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER

Girard school building causes new round of headaches

Opinion: Some of the students and teachers at Girard Intermediate School said the building was giving them


By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER BOARDMAN -- As the warmer weather of summer draws

Summary of police activity:

Summary of police activity: GIRARD May 29 Vandalism: The paint on a car was damaged by a sharp

WARREN Preschool teachers give kids the basics

Both teachers speak of foundations and how important they are to children. By JENNINE ZELEZNIK


CRAFT SHOWS XSt. Jude Women's Guild is seeking vendors for the annual holiday craft show planned

ONE ON ONE | Robert A. Kubiak Children services work gets into issues of the heart

Q. So, you've been executive director of Trumbull County Children Services for about a year now?


Health officials distributed antibiotics as a precaution to thousands of people over the weekend,

Reservations due for alumni banquet

Reservations due for alumni banquet MINERAL RIDGE -- Paid reservations are due by Friday for the


Opinion: The Jordan Times, Amman, May 27: As things stand now, the so-called "smart sanctions" resolution

Camp Fire Web site

Camp Fire Web site CANFIELD -- Camp Fire Boys and Girls has launched its new national alumni Web

WARREN Son knew his killer, mom says

Police are offering few details in the unsolved homicide and robbery. By AMANDA C. DAVIS

Parents announce Lyda-Wonner engagement

CANFIELD -- Jerry and Billie Lyda, 10611 Columbiana-Canfield Road, announce the engagement of their

LOCAL CALLS Phone changes

Sprint has proposed eliminating toll charges on these calling routes: Berlin Center: to Damascus

MAHONING VALLEY After losing touch, woman hopes to find family again

Her biggest hope is to see her sisters again. By PHIL NOVAK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN

HUBBARD Highway median is a roadblock to starting construction on plaza

ODOT is having the grassy median appraised. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF HUBBARD --


AGENDA TUESDAY Hubbard Board of Education, 4:30 p.m., special executive session to discuss

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WARREN Thrift store offers treasures

The shop increased its sales almost 17 percent this year. By JENNINE ZELEZNIK VINDICATOR

SPRINT Proposal adds fees, ends tolls

MANSFIELD -- Sprint is proposing to eliminate tolls between many calling areas within the Mahoning

Jill Clemens, Edward Rankin to wed in July

AUSTINTOWN -- Plans for the upcoming marriage of Jill Ellen Clemens and Edward Berry Rankin are

MAHONING VALLEY As fuel prices go up, so does number of gas-and-dashers

Gas stations have no choice but to confront the theft. By ASHLEY POWERS VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER

DRIVING FOR A GRADE: Curt Hudek, left, evaluates the driving skills of three of his students in the

DRIVING FOR A GRADE: Curt Hudek, left, evaluates the driving skills of three of his students in the

Underdog role helped

No one expected the Bulldogs to get this far, except themselves. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR

PROFILE Robert A. Kubiak

Age: 53 Hometown: Erie, Pa.; now lives in Howland. Occupation: Executive director, Trumbull

WAITING: Erin McGuire, 12, and her mother, Edna Jenkins of Dungannon, wait in line for antibiotics

WAITING: Erin McGuire, 12, and her mother, Edna Jenkins of Dungannon, wait in line for antibiotics

'HIGH MAINTENANCE' | A review Location, location, location: Seeking the right man, apartment

The protagonist of Jennifer Belle's second novel turns to the world of real estate after her

MVCA all-star football game Wednesday

HUBBARD -- There will be a football game Wednesday night at Hubbard High Stadium. It's the 16th

Learn to write an autobiography

Learn to write an autobiography SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. -- People who have long wanted to pen an

Poland loses in final, 1-0

The Bulldogs' three errors in the 11th inning gave Lima Bath the only run. By BRIAN RICHESSON

Amy Stillwagon, Jason LaCivita set wedding date

Plans for the upcoming marriage of Amy E. Stillwagon and Jason A. LaCivita, both of 15B Olde Village

Riley-Opsitnik wedding to be in Kirtland church

WILLOUGHBY -- Kelli A. Riley and Dennis G. Opsitnik, both of Willoughby, are revealing plans for

Jamie Rinaldo, Todd Pipoly to marry July 7

TORONTO, Ohio -- Mr. and Mrs. James Rinaldo, 710 E. Fernwood Drive, are announcing the engagement of

Athletes defined dazzling, rewards

A track and field glossary from last weekend's highlights in the state meet at Dayton's Welcome

Ser-Vivalo engagement is made known

CUYAHOGA FALLS -- Carrie Lynn Ser and Michael Joseph Vivalo, both of 1436 Buckingham Gate, are

Mahoning Ave. work

Mahoning Ave. work YOUNGSTOWN -- Work was to start today that will close one block of Mahoning

St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Hani and Summer Mousa, 620 Cathy Ann Drive, Boardman, girl, June 1. Anthony and