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St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Richard and Jennifer Hunter, 1614 Wellington Ave., Youngstown, boy, June 6. Tommy

Summer Safety Day

Summer Safety Day HOWLAND -- Interested adults can watch a dummy fly from a conveyor belt, as



Latest test results show Ohio couldn't 'guarantee' success

Opinion: Ohio's General Assembly apparently knew what it was doing when it decided earlier this year to

COLUMBIANA COUNTY Commisioners act on new waterline

Residents and businesses along the line's path will be eligible to tap in. By NORMAN LEIGH

DIANE MAKAR MURPHY Using 21st-century techniques to preserve past

Imagine going online to tour your old high school; hear and see a local veteran reminisce, or a

YOUNGSTOWN McCrory remodel on hold for now

Council approved creating a social worker position in the police crisis intervention unit. By

Miss Tablack, Brian Swanke to be married

NEW MIDDLETOWN -- George and Nancy Tablack, 17 Sandy Drive, announce the engagement of their

Lentine-Chetsko wedding is set for Aug. 11

Melissa Marie Lentine and John Edward Chetsko Jr. are engaged. The announcement is being made by

YOUNGSTOWN Man labeled sexual predator

The defense argued that there wasn't enough evidence to support the label. By BOB JACKSON

COUNCIL Other Issues

Youngstown City Council handled these items Wednesday: Approved a 2001-2002 Community Development


ANSWERS Consumer privacy Q. What is the first step I can take to protect my personal financial

Fidram-Maloney wedding date to be Aug. 25

HUBBARD -- Michael Sr. and Rose Maloney, 5845 Youngstown-Hubbard Road, are announcing the engagement

PLAY TIME Add some fun

Here are some tips from the American Nursery and Landscape Association and National Gardening


IF YOU GO 'Saturday Night Disco' Featuring: Kool & amp; the Gang (at left), Village People

Reineck-Resek wedding plans are being made

Announcement is being made of the engagement of Sara E. Reineck and Nathan Resek, both of

HUBBARD Superintendent search

GARY J. DOBERSTYN Residence: Monroeville, Ohio. Current position: Superintendent, Monroeville


Mark T.B. and Dawn Sue (Bott) Carroll of Columbus are announcing the birth of a son, Benjamin


SHERRI GUNTER MARK DIETZ NILES -- Praise Cathedral Church of God was the setting at 2:30 p.m.

Man jailed in rape

Man jailed in rape SHARON, Pa. -- Christopher Parmenter, 24, of Quinby Street, was lodged in

SHARPSVILLE Former foundry reopens as SQP Industries

THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN There are 40 employees so far, and more could be added as business

AREA BOXING Seven bout professional card set at Expo Center

Two Valley fighters will be on the card June 24. By SAL MARINO VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT NILES

NFL Cavanaugh: Grbac is good fit

The Ravens' offensive coordinator from Chaney said nothing compares with the national championship


PATTY MARCO JIM CORVINO BOARDMAN -- Patty Marco and Jim Corvino, both of 8731 Chesterton Drive,

Heinz Stadium?

Heinz Stadium? The bright yellow seats at the Pittsburgh Steelers' new stadium are colored after


JULIE EMCH JOHN BECKER BOARDMAN -- The exchange of nuptial vows took place at 10:30 a.m. May 12 as

What's in the future? for juggler, it's a tossup

By ASHLEY POWERS VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER COLUMBIANA -- He is all dark hair and smiles, a little

& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;BAHN, & lt;/B & gt; Frank,

& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;BAHN, & lt;/B & gt; Frank, 87, of Girard; no

Grande-Decker wedding is set for Aug. 4

Announcing plans for their upcoming wedding are Gina Annette Grande and Thomas Michael Decker.


YSU Volleyball schedule YOUNGSTOWN -- Youngstown State's 2001 volleyball schedule includes

BAZETTA Trumbull County Fair plans variety of events

This year there will be a day honoring veterans. BAZETTA -- Livestock, tigers and bands will

MERCER COUNTY Illness postpones sentencing

The man admitted killing his girlfriend but said he didn't know why he did it. MERCER, Pa. -- An

Miss Campbell, Mr. Styranec are engaged

POLAND -- The engagement of Carolyn Lee Campbell of Midland, Mich., and Thomas J. Styranec, also of

Associated Press

Associated Press THE AFTERMATH: An unidentified schoolgirl talks about the attack on her

With new president, Peru heads back to democracy

Opinion: With the election of Alejandro Toledo, Peruvians now have a leader who champions democracy and human

Fitzgerald-Smith engagement is made known

YOUNGSTOWN -- The engagement of Theresa M. Fitzgerald, 5652 Forest Hills Blvd., Columbus, and Dwaine

Parents reveal Volpe-Farcas engagement

The engagement of Gina Marie Volpe of Sandusky, daughter of Paul and Donna Volpe, 3908 Loma Vista,


Singers wanted: Tapestries of Ohio, an a capella ensemble, seeks tenors and sopranos; First


By REBECCA SLOAN VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT Plenty of homeowners spend more than their fair

Calve-Mitchell wedding to be held in Struthers

BOARDMAN -- Announced by Richard and JoAnn Calve, Applewood Boulevard, and Donald and Donna

Second man faces charges in shooting at playground

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- City police say a second man was involved in the shooting at the Bolinger

Schools go into lockdown in response to shootings

Schools officials say everyone remained calm. By RON COLE VINDICATOR EDUCATION WRITER

Mill Creek Park series features Glass Harp

Mill Creek Park series features Glass Harp YOUNGSTOWN -- Glass Harp and Phil Dirt and the Dozers

Parents announce plans for wedding of Deana Loar, Andy Strudwick

Plans for the approaching marriage of Deana Loar and Andy Strudwick, both of 69798 Krontz Road,

WEST MIDDLESEX Second budget rejected

The board agreed to take more out of its savings to restore athletics and other student activities

YOUNGSTOWN Official protests mayoral candidate's bid

The independent candidate says Columbus is his 'domicile,' but Youngstown is his 'home.' By DAVID

SOUTHINGTON Gazebo construction under way at park

Volunteers are being sought to help build the structure. SOUTHINGTON -- The gazebo planned for

WARREN Abatement approved for GM-related plant

The company, which will employ 47 people, hopes GM will be in Lordstown for a long time. By

County better off without Hannis' political influence

Opinion: County better off without Hannis' political influence EDITOR: If a stunning ignorance of the

CANFIELD Grass, weeds go on litter list

CANFIELD -- Grass and weed cuttings are considered litter here. Council voted Wednesday to add


Opinion: Washington Post: The appropriations process for the fiscal year ahead is about to begin. Congress is

MAHONING COUNTY JAIL Corrections staff errs by releasing inmate

The inmate's absence went unnoticed until the court called and inquired about him. By PATRICIA

STRIKING NURSES Unions vow to boycott Forum

Forum's chief competitor said it can expand services if necessary. By CYNTHIA VINARSKY

Award winners on tap for shows

Besides a pair of country music shows, Canfield Fair will offer a retro rock concert featuring Styx

Miss Maynard to be bride of Raymond Farcas

The engagement of Christinna J. Maynard, 1050 Gillmer Road, Leavittsburg, and Raymond J. Farcas,

'SATURDAY NIGHT DISCO' Kool & amp; the Gang plan a 'Celebration' at Cafaro Field

Band founder and Youngstown native Robert 'Kool' Bell says to expect a high energy performance. By

Parents announce Vodopic-Elshaw engagement

BROOKFIELD -- Ferko and Marija Vodopic, 5727 Stewart-Sharon Road, announce the engagement of their

Niles OKs transit money

Niles OKs transit money NILES -- City council members have approved legislation contributing


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Ralph Villano, legal age, of 3396 Sandlewood Court,