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Fire department probes cause of Howland fire

Fire department probes cause of Howland fire HOWLAND -- The cause of a Friday afternoon fire that

YOUNGSTOWN Working on plan to pay attorneys

The county will pay all indigent defense bills and seek repayment from the city. By BOB JACKSON

NILES Children's programs set at parks

The department offers tennis clinics, day camp and baseball instruction. NILES -- The city's parks

Students connect again at clinic

The kids are starting to cope better with the death of two classmates, one West Branch student said.

NEW CASTLE Niles man proposes moving 6 historical homes

A foundation would be formed to raise money and take in-kind services. By LAURE CIOFFI

SPIRITUAL: Michael and Dianne Alexanian kneel as they view the garden from the meditation center

SPIRITUAL: Michael and Dianne Alexanian kneel as they view the garden from the meditation center


BOOSTERS XChampion Athletic Club will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday in the high school cafeteria.

SEASON REVIEW Area's track and field athletes step up performance in 2001

Maplewood's 4x800 boys relay knocked 30 seconds off its time en route to the Div. III state

Twins sparkle without the stars

CLEVELAND -- While the Chicago Cubs and Philadelphia Phillies are the surprise teams in the National

Triberelief staff fails

Cleveland's bullpen couldn't hold a 3-0 lead in interleague play against the Reds. By TOM WILLIAMS

YOUNGSTOWN Man gets probation in threat to La. governor

The man was ordered to stay off the YSU campus unless he enrolls there. By BOB JACKSON

World War II submarine found in Gulf of Mexico

World War II submarine found in Gulf of Mexico NEW ORLEANS -- The wreckage of a sunken World War


EVENTS Graduates honored YOUNGSTOWN -- Two churches will be honoring graduates in their

As school closes, fond memories found


ON CAMPUS College news & amp; notes

Wooster: Nic Moga, a junior pitcher from Boardman High, had 13 appearances, including seven as a

Petition arises from power surge

By PHIL NOVAK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER A petition is circulating around Boardman and Youngstown

CLEVELAND Dem chairman shares views on Traficant, Bush

Next year's Ohio gubernatorial election is a top priority for the Democratic National Committee.

PREP WRESTLING Mancini becomes Spartans' coach

The former Boardman wrestler returns to his home school to replace Dane Stilgenbauer. VINDICATOR

WARREN Cops ask FBI to aid probe of city water department

The FBI was asked to investigate because there is a possibility that federal funds could be

WARREN Community development chief to leave

The city's director of engineering will take over duties for now. By AMANDA C. DAVIS VINDICATOR

Health departments plan more inoculations

The superintendent in Salem was pleased with the orderly process at Friday's clinic. By NORMAN

No more coverage for publicity-hound Traficant

Opinion: No more coverage for publicity-hound Traficant EDITOR: Finally, your lead editorial "No, Mr.

NEW CASTLE Charges dropped in chain saw attack

The victim refused to testify, saying the fight was mutual. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR NEW


BIRTHS Forum Health Northside Shelly Rauschenbach and Kenneth Nicholson, 16 S. Portland,

MAHONING VALLEY Churches to share full-time pastor

The program allows churches to retain their identities. By D.A. WILKINSON VINDICATOR RELIGION


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses John J. Canavan, 37, of 30 Halsey St., Providence, R.I., and

U.S. has role to play in seeking Mideast peace

Opinion: The Bush administration has rather quickly come to the realization that the cause of peace in the

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SCHEDULE Bible school

Pleasant Grove Presbyterian Church, 3919 Southern Blvd., Youngstown, with St. Luke Church. Theme:

YOUNGSTOWN Troopers' chase of van ends in crash on Meridian

Although the driver went underneath the overturned van, he wasn't hurt. YOUNGSTOWN -- A 41-year-

State lawmaker overreaches with construction legislation

Opinion: If 91 percent of school construction work in Ohio is already being performed by Ohio-based

STRUTHERS As school closes, fond memories found in graffiti

A new elementary school will open in September 2002. By PAUL WHEATLEY VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


AT A GLANCE School construction Construction on a centralized elementary building is under way,

WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA 11 counties get set to switch to 10-digit dialing July 12

The demand for phone numbers is prompting the change. SHARON, Pa. -- People in Mercer, Lawrence

Girard toddler drowns

Girard toddler drowns WARREN -- A 2-year-old Girard boy drowned in the swimming pool at a

ON AREA DIAMONDS Youth baseball & amp; softball

BASEBALL Babe Ruth (ages 14-15) Youngstown Express 13, J & amp;W Crown Limo 3 -- Mark

HOWLAND Trustees file lawsuit against trailer park

A Howland official said the owners have been given ample time to correct zoning violations. By

STRUTHERS Man faces jail term in child-porn case

Authorities said the man had thousands of child pornography pictures. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR


First place: Since April 26, the Indians have won 27 of 39 games and have outscored their opponents

Man gets probation in threat to La. governor


YOUNGSTOWN Petition arises from power surge

Appliances were destroyed in as many as 300 homes in Youngstown and Boardman. By PHIL NOVAK

Hot line to close Sunday

The Ohio Department of Health will close its meningitis hot line at 10 p.m. Sunday. After that,

AUSTINTOWN Fitch alumna funds scholarships for 2

Fitch grad feels the scholarships will help give two students a head start at YSU. By IAN HILL

CLASS B LEAGUE Boyes' 3-hitter, Antram's 2 RBIs key Roth win

Seth Antram's two-run single in the sixth inning snapped a 2-2 tie as Roth Brothers defeated Livi


Born: June 9, 1901, in Dinwiddie, Va. Residence: Moved to Youngstown in 1924. Siblings: A sister