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Noble-Rankin wedding set for early September

LIBERTY -- Announcement of the engagement of Kristen Noble of Liberty and Timothy Rankin of

OHSAA: Ashland best for softball

In the 24 years that the Ohio High School Athletic Association has staged softball tournaments,

BANKRUPTCY COURT Lenders will pay bill for CSC's electric usage

THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN Ohio Star Forge, which employs 90 on steel mill site, continues to

MAHONING COUNTY Judge mulls new trial for woman



Opinion: Chicago Tribune: MTV has a program called "Jackass" that is so dumb, it's dangerous. The premise

BAZETTA Budget worries chief

The police chief says he will ask the sheriff's department to help provide protection. By PEGGY

Girls bring knives to middle school

Girls bring knives to middle school YOUNGSTOWN -- Three girls who brought knives to East Middle

BOARDMAN Cops probe jewel theft

Police are looking into the possible sale of the jewelry. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR

LIBERTY Cop sues township to regain captain rank

The suit says the former chief does not deserve a captain's position. By JENNINE ZELEZNIK and


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses James E. Brown, legal age, 41 North Bruce St., Youngstown, and

Young-LaRosa wedding plans are announced

BOARDMAN -- The engagement of Danielle Diane Young and David William LaRosa, both of Boardman, is

LAWRENCE COUNTY Government center to add another parking lot

A survey revealed residents want countywide police and fire protection. By LAURE CIOFFI

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MAHONING COUNTY Council discusses moving court

Councilmen want to talk over the terms of the lease with county commissioners. By PETER H.

BANKRUPTCY COURT Lenders will pay CSC's electric bill

YOUNGSTOWN -- Lenders for CSC Ltd. have agreed to pay Ohio Edison $320,634 for electricity the

AUSTINTOWN Pupils graduate from D.A.R.E. program

Pupils say the program teaches them how to say no. By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER

ON CAMPUS College news & amp; notes

Wooster: Brianne Diorio, a freshman on the softball team from Cardinal Mooney High, was selected to

AUSTINTOWN Hearing set in case of Internet deception

Customers from around the world never got the computers they ordered. By IAN HILL VINDICATOR

FORUM HEALTH Company, nurses to meet for bargaining outside area

THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN YOUNGSTOWN -- Forum Health and representatives of its striking nurses

Is Angelo the best the Valley can do?

Opinion: Trumbull County Commissioner Joseph Angelo, convicted Monday of attempted gambling, says he wants to

WARREN Dog catchers to use a new kind of Net

Officials hope the Internet will boost dog license sales. WARREN -- Dog licenses, lost animal

Niles School District asks for sale of house

Niles School District asks for sale of house WARREN -- Niles School District wants a judge to

Work to begin on village intersection

LISBON -- Work is expected to begin next summer on an estimated $1.75 million project intended to

WARREN Youths in lockup grow garden, gain perspective

The seeds were provided by a grant. By STEPHEN SIFF VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF WARREN --

Mayor considers safety chief candidates

Mayor considers safety chief candidates SALEM -- A new city safety director is expected to be

HEALTH THREAT 5,800 to get shots

Officials are proceeding with vaccinations after test results in one case were delayed. STAFF/WIRE

Summer camp

Summer camp YOUNGSTOWN -- The Salvation Army Worship and Service Center, 1501 Glenwood Ave., will

The Miracle GRADUATE

By PHIL NOVAK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- Tony Villio wasn't supposed to survive the

STEEL DUMPING Valley student to speak at rally

A local teen is one of just five people speaking at a steel rally in Washington today. By DON

ST. ELIZABETH HEALTH CENTER Attorneys apologize for infant death suit

The couple's lawyer dismissed the complaint once he realized it had no merit. By BOB JACKSON

FITNESS from the First Family

Cardinal Mooney obtained equipment used in the White House by President Clinton and his staff. By

SCHEDULE Avalanche vs. Devils

STANLEY CUP FINALS (Best-of-7) May 26 Colorado 5, New Jersey 0 May 29 New Jersey 2,

1 adult, 2 children admitted to hospital after house fire

YOUNGSTOWN -- Two young children and an adult who was with them are hospitalized after a Tuesday

YSU Sweet selects finance chief

The university also announced the start of a new program to help prevent at-risk students from

DISEASE OUTBREAK Calls flood line

Students and staff from six area high schools will get the shots Friday. STAFF/WIRE REPORTS

GAIL WHITE Proof of woman's knowledge hangs in hearts

At 102 years old, Marie Christian has one regret. "If I had my life to live over, I would have gone

SCHEDULE Lakers vs. 76ers

NBA FINALS (Best-of-7) Today Philadelphia at Los Angeles Lakers, 9 p.m. Friday

Parents announce Creed-Gentry engagement

BERLIN CENTER -- The engagement of Carrie A. Creed, 12455 Leffingwell Road, and Eric C. Gentry, 123


St. Elizabeth Thomas and Susan Babinec, 176 Creed St., Struthers, girl, June 5. James and Pamela


Friday: Guys Without Ties June 15: Herb Seelbach Dixieland Band June 22: Top Notes, directed by Dr.

LORDSTOWN Schools chief advises keeping nurse position

Some worried parents criticized elimination of the nurse position. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR

AUSTINTOWN Police substation to open in township

The new site will let officers reach out to the community, the chief said. By IAN HILL


The Ohio Department of Liquor Control is processing these local liquor permit transfers.

Jeffords defection should be seen as a warning to conservative Republicans

Opinion: Jeffords defection should be seen as a warning to conservative Republicans EDITOR: When Vermont

Getting high on the high jump and other successes

Opinion: The girls athletic program at Boardman High School had plenty to cheer over the weekend, what with


CRIME STOPPERS Greater Youngstown Felony warrants for Nicole Corbett are the focus of Crime

WARREN Have a song with your lunch

The Noon in the Park series returns for another year. By JENNINE ZELEZNIK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL

WAMPUM, PA. Write-in candidate beats mayor in spring primary

The current mayor is planning his own write-in campaign for the November election. By LAURE CIOFFI

OUR GOOD COOKS Soule food never gets stale

This Valley native discovered a taste for standards such as cheese grits and creole while living