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Stories published June 10, 2001
NORTHFIELD RESULTS LATE FRIDAY 13th--Waynesfield Dort23.207.604.60 Pipeline(B Miller)4.203.20
HIRAM -- That same quest for an opportunity to play collegiate baseball that led Brian Frasco to
TITLE: By George, the autobiography of George Foreman. AUTHOR: George Foreman, with Joel Engel.
Forum Health Northside Ivory Willis and Lee W. Johnson II, 141 Regent Street, Youngstown, girl,
YOUNGSTOWN -- Depending on which county the news was coming from, we learned last week that: a)
ANN-MARIE NOLFI JOSEPH NOHRA JR. YOUNGSTOWN -- Ann-Marie Nolfi, a daughter of Anthony F. and Rita
A tour of the museum will be a good orientation, but if you like to linger, perhaps you should forgo
CURRENT PRICES Around the nation PLAQUE: This hand-painted German porcelain plaque signed by
CRIME SOLVER Mercer County The theft of money from a church is the focus of Mercer County Crime
By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR SHARON BUREAU SHARON, Pa. -- There's one more project Mayor Robert T.
Opinion: It's only a matter of time before all parties involved in the proposed relocation of the 7th
LEANNE FRANCISCO THOMAS GRONER YOUNGSTOWN -- The Rev. Joseph Allen officiated at 1:30 p.m. May 5
126th annual meeting YOUNGSTOWN -- Mahoning Valley Historical Society's 126th annual meeting is
HMHP nurses tell how their employer handles a problem that's been a key issue in a competitor's
DIANE ZAGORSKY MICHAEL COX YOUNGSTOWN -- Sacred Heart Church was the setting at 2 p.m. May 19 for
Jeff Lorber likes the vitality of hip-hop. 'It's kind of putting a really powerful motor in your
Sea deployment YOUNGSTOWN -- Several military personnel with ties to this area are taking part in
TRUMBULL COUNTY New complaints PHH Mortgage Services vs. R. Howard Smith Jr., foreclosure.
INFORMATION If you go Location: The Society for Contemporary Craft is at 2100 Smallman St., in
BOARDMAN -- Mr. and Mrs. James E. McMurray, 7457 Sugartree Drive, were guests of honor during a
Opinion: If Ohio Senate President Richard Finan, R-Cincinnati, truly believes that Republican Gov. Bob Taft's
There's more to Pittsburgh's Strip District than great restaurants, shops and nightlife. Visitors
Meeting schedule for this week: TODAY Post 3307, VFW, 1351 Albert St., Youngstown, 2 p.m.
If you know of any person or group doing extraordinary work to get beyond the blight, tell us their
The nation's top 10 public relations firms earned a total of $1.7 billion in 2000, up 28 percent
The Ansel Adams Center for Photography is at 655 Mission St. For information, call (415) 495-7000 or
CECELIA MURPHY MATTHEW RICHARD YOUNGSTOWN -- Monsignor Lawrence Fye solemnized the marriage of
ALLIANCE -- Seth Steiner, a Fitch High graduate, will continue his academic and athletic career at
John Steinbeck IV died unexpectedly in 1991 during back surgery. By ROB STOUT SPECIAL TO THE
SALEM -- An open reception will be held from 2:30 to 6 p.m. June 17 at United Local High School in
The Kiwanis Club of Boardman held its annual pet show Saturday in Boardman Township Park in
Today is the last opportunity for museum visitors to view the exhibition of ultra realist sculpture
The project was started as part of the county's bicentennial celebration last year. MERCER, Pa. --
YOUNGSTOWN -- Mr. and Mrs. Jesse L. Carter Sr., 2465 Stocker Ave., were honored June 3 at a family
BOARDMAN -- Boardman Library, 7680 Glenwood Ave., will be closed for emergency repairs to the front
The fair, which is held on Main Street, will be June 21-23. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR
Borrowing from Steven Spielberg's 'Indiana Jones' sagas, directors decided to 'chuck the tried-and-
SUMMER MEMBERSHIP (Memorial Day through Labor Day) Family: Hubbard residents, $100;
Adoption service lauds golfers Fanfare: On June 4, the Northeast Ohio Adoption Services (NOAS)
By LAURIE M. FISHER VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT SAN FRANCISCO -- Guided walking tours give visitors
MELISSA BECKETT KEVIN BEATTY HUBBARD -- Melissa Beckett and Kevin Beatty were married at 1 p.m.
Youngstown's Catholic schools leader leaves for Chicago, confident that God will guide him. By RON
Tom Divito aced the 172-yard second hole at Reserve Run, using a 6-iron. Witnesses were Merle
MARLA KABALAN DEREK NEILSON YOUNGSTOWN -- The wedding of Marla Jo Kabalan, daughter of Raymond
There's only one place to be on July 30 if you happen to be a golf nut. That's the Greenville
By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER BOARDMAN -- Gina Kimbel thought it would be cute to dress
His sense of duty brought him back to the water. By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER
Safety program LORDSTOWN -- The village police department is seeking donations for its Child and
Opinion: The Globe and Mail, Toronto: The agents of Afghanistan's ruling Taliban have for years used their
Cortland Street Fair will be on Main Street June 21, 22 and 23. It opens at 6 p.m. Thursday and
REGION Photo exhibit at Akron Art Museum The gritty and exuberant images of news photojournalist
DARA AULIZIA MICHAEL LIBERATO WARREN -- Believers Christian Fellowship was the setting at 3 p.m.
Voter turnout award HERMITAGE, Pa. -- The city will be recognized for its outstanding voter
CANFIELD -- St. Michael Garden Guild held its annual flower show and dinner May 23 at the parish
SHELLI WINELAND DOUGLASS DALTON SEDONA, Ariz. -- Nuptial vows were exchanged during a 4 p.m.
AGENDA MONDAY Austintown Township trustees, 7 p.m., 82 Ohltown Road. Hubbard Board of
Should expectant mothers be guaranteed a special parking place while shopping? Some Pennsylvania
Dance instructor Judy Katsaras has never hired outside help: Her teachers all are former students.
Opinion: Ironies abound in Bush administration EDITOR: One of the definitions of irony in Webster's is;
MAHONING COUNTY Dacas HotMeals offers hot, nutritious meals weekdays at 12 locations in Mahoning
The Youngstown Symphony Society will conduct its annual meeting Tuesday at noon in the Grand Lobby
Ohio's treasurer says the free workshop provides 'economic intellectual capital to Ohio's women.'
Background: Peggy Post represents the third generation of Post authors and is director of the Emily
The disco concert carried Valley residents back to their favorite '70s moments. By ASHLEY POWERS
The board of elections has used electronic voting at a few precincts during the last two elections.
WARREN -- Mr. and Mrs. Metro Fedina of 3851 Northwood Court observed their 60th wedding anniversary
Q. My children's allergies seem worse after I vacuum, and I can even smell the dust. What should I
FINANCIAL SEMINAR The benefits of attending Reasons for tailoring a financial planning workshop
Easter Seal volunteers are the first to join the area's new Adopt-a-Ramp effort. By ROGER G. SMITH
McDONALD -- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thomas, 3627 Four Mile Run Road, celebrated their golden wedding
Besides having a lot of fun and learning about safety, every child will leave with a gift. BY
AUSTINTOWN -- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Grischow, 3902 Cumberland Drive, were honored June 9 at a
By LINDA M. LINONIS VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER Think that wedding invitation you received is your
We're a tactile species. From our first moments outside of the womb, we're touching and feeling. A
Some fans cost twice as much as others because they have motor bearings which are bathed in oil.
Prostate cancer awareness month YOUNGSTOWN -- Ohio Gov. Bob Taft has designated June as Prostate
Prizes will be awarded to bands, floats and vintage cars. MERCER -- Organizers of the 37th annual
JENNIFER BLOCKINGER TERRY DEULEY II YOUNGSTOWN - Living in Austintown after a honeymoon at South
Arms Family Museum of Local History -- 648 Wick Ave., Youngstown, (330) 743-2589: "Heart & amp;
An official said the county probably won't pursue back taxes against those who built new homes and
Royalty has influenced fashion for centuries. When Queen Victoria went into mourning, she wore black
ELIZABETH MELOY JOHN CANAVAN POLAND -- The marriage of Elizabeth Selby Meloy and John Joseph
MINERAL RIDGE -- The 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Echols, 1733 Rosalyn Drive, was
She was ordered into a treatment facility but, so far, none will take her. By BOB JACKSON
SAN FRANCISCO -- There's an opulent oasis of tranquillity in the heart of the bustling city by the
Interstate 79: I-80 to Crawford County line: Shoulder cutting. Mercer-Pulaski Road: Pa. Route 18 to
Howland recreation HOWLAND -- The township summer recreation program will have tennis, painting
AMY RAGOZINE ANTHONY CANTERINO II CAMPBELL -- The Rev. Michael Swierz solemnized the marriage of
Owners say the store is faring well in its battle against food giants -- its sales rise an average
An overview of new efforts by ODOT's Mahoning County office to clean litter from Interstate 680:
The Victorian Home Walk Historical Walking Tour is offered daily at 11 a.m. Tours meet at the Westin
Hagan reports significant movement toward a settlement. YOUNGSTOWN -- State Sen. Robert F. Hagan
'La Cage' benefits local PFLAG unit YOUNGSTOWN -- "La Cage Aux Folles," the winner of six Tony
BLOOD DRIVES MONDAY St. Rose Church, 48 E. Main St., Girard, noon to 6 p.m. TUESDAY American
Officials at Humility of Mary Health Partners say successful nurse recruiting and retention have
Antiques and modifieds alike are displayed in Father's Day show. By VERONICA GORLEY VINDICATOR
The history of Rulli Bros., a locally owned family grocery business that got its start in downtown
By REBECCA SLOAN VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT The thermometer reads 90 degrees and the pavement is
IF YOU GO Jeff Lorber When: 8 p.m. Saturday. Where: Youngstown Playhouse, 600 Playhouse Lane
SCOUTS YSU freshman earns Eagle Scout Award Michael A. Yurco III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael A.
The dance and drill team Positive Force 2 keeps its own beat. By JENNINE ZELEZNIK VINDICATOR
EAST PALESTINE -- Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Linsley, 644 E. Main St., will be honored from 3 to 5 p.m.
Judge Swift says court documents should be available online by October. By STEPHEN SIFF
Dialysis help needed CANFIELD -- The Centers for Dialysis Care, 3695 Stutz Drive, is looking for a