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Ground broken for school

Grades six through eight are at the new school. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF NILES

Dena Kimble, Gregory Clark set wedding date

DUBLIN -- Dena Rae Kimble and Gregory Scott Clark, both of Dublin, are planning a July 7 wedding.

AUSTINTOWN Trustee votes down zoning, allowing residents to petition

Ditzler said the landowners have no development plans. By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER

WARREN City, county work to widen North Road

An information session was set for this afternoon. By JENNINE ZELEZNIK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


XThe 80th Beight reunion will be held from 4 to 9 p.m. June 24 at Hoffmaster Pavilion in Boardman

OFFICERS YWCA seats board members during annual meeting

Awards were presented to a board member, volunteer and employee of the year. YOUNGSTOWN -- The

Woman robbed

Woman robbed YOUNGSTOWN -- A 68-year-old woman was robbed of $180 at knife point by her lawn-care


AGENDA WEDNESDAY Newton Falls Board of Education, 6:30 p.m., Room 101 high school. Jackson

MRDD board OKs resolution seeking renewal levy on ballot

YOUNGSTOWN -- Mahoning County Board of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities approved a

CLASS B BASEBALL Express rolls to win; Repec keys Goldsteins

Alltel, Livi and WW Heating also recorded victories. STRUTHERS -- A seven-run third inning was all

TRUMBULL CO. Brother: Murder suspect wasn't a violent person

The prosecutor is seeking to show that Phil Mike knew right from wrong at the time of the killing.

HUBBARD Summer music series

Schedule for Hubbard's Summer in the Park series, held in Harding Park on Sundays from 6 to 8 p.m.:


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses William H. Abron III, 24, of 141 E. Avondale, Youngstown and


Opinion: Washington Post: Are air travelers in for a stress-test sequel to last summer's worst-ever flight

WARREN Cops union opposes plan

A councilman said he'll introduce legislation that would fund the positions. By AMANDA C. DAVIS

Man will serve prison time for arson, weapons charges

LISBON -- An East Palestine man is sentenced to serve nearly eight years behind bars in two arsons

Aubel-Ewing July 7 wedding to be in Hubbard

RALEIGH, N.C. -- Plans for their upcoming marriage are being announced by Katherine M. Aubel, 3267

Car cruise scheduled

Car cruise scheduled YOUNGSTOWN -- Downtown Partners is sponsoring its first Car Cruise in

POLICE BLOTTER Canfield city, Austintown

Summary of police activity: CANFIELD CITY June 3 Arrest: Police arrested a 27-year-old Warren

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WELLSVILLE Owl decoys fail, so town seeks help with pigeons

Poisoned corn is out; nets are in for preventing the birds from landing on buildings. By BOB

The Vindicator/Glenn Luther

The Vindicator/Glenn Luther Keep your eye on it, then swing hard

CAMPAIGN FINANCE Group grades officials

The organization gave F's to two failed candidates for the state House. By DAVID SKOLNICK

LABRAE HIGH SCHOOL The brainy bunch: Grad is 4th valedictorian in family

Being at the top of their class is a family tradition. By JENNINE ZELEZNIK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL

DIANE MAKAR MURPHY Students don't need awards to be remembered

This is a column for all the kids who didn't get to stand up at their school award ceremony. Who

LTV CORP. U.S. rep. opposes motion

The lawmaker said he expects a parade of others to join him. By CYNTHIA VINARSKY VINDICATOR

MAHONING VALLEY Calls die down after clinics

Vaccines are to be available this week for those who did not get the medication Friday. By NANCY

RECORD SETTER Wilson student sits up and stands tall

Dominic Leonelli Jr. did 2,301 sit-ups in gym class to surpass his father's feat. By JOHN BASSETTI

Bonifay burned by bad decisions

Thanks to Cleveland Indians general manager John Hart, Pirates GM Cam Bonifay was able to hold onto

FARRELL School board budget raises taxes by 5 mills

Two school directors said further spending cuts should have been made before the board considered a

Longtime educator plans retirement

FARRELL, Pa. -- A longtime educator will disappear from the high school July 2. That's the

Agency to get grant

Agency to get grant LISBON -- Columbiana County Community Action Agency is to receive a nearly

BOARDMAN Township, ODOT discuss Route 224

New traffic lights will soon be installed, while others are updated. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR.

SALEM Farm markets to begin

There will also be a strawberry festival downtown Saturday. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM


ANNUAL TUITION Ohio colleges Here's the tuition to be paid by students at other Ohio schools:

REP. TRAFICANT Staffers reveal filing errors

The forms for the two trips will be filed in a few days, a Traficant spokesman said. By DAVID

GIRARD Tod Pond will be drained

An official said the pond has five times the amount of fecal matter allowed. By TIM YOVICH

Police look into robbery at Handel's store

YOUNGSTOWN -- Police are investigating a robbery at Handel's Homemade Ice Cream & amp; Yogurt

CWV auxiliary receives awards at convention

Volunteers were recognized for their efforts on behalf of hospitalized veterans. YOUNGSTOWN --

ON AREA DIAMONDS Youth baseball and softball

BASEBALL Babe Ruth (ages 14-15) Youngstown Express 6, I.P.S. 4 -- Grant Sevek and Mike Eliseo

Little Tikes, a division of Rubbermaid that produces toys, children's play equipment and

Little Tikes, a division of Rubbermaid that produces toys, children's play equipment and

YOUNGSTOWN Colleagues speak of former mayor

The Ohio GOP chairman says the Republican Party and Mahoning County suffered a great loss with the

No punishment could fit McVeigh's crime

Opinion: Mass murderer Timothy McVeigh went quietly into history yesterday morning, his death far more

Card-trading event at Newton Falls library

Card-trading event at Newton Falls library NEWTON FALLS -- Youths may attend a "Play and Trade

LIQUOR CONTROL Transfers, permits

Ohio Department of Liquor Control is processing these liquor permit transfers and applications and

WARREN Company cleans up street-sweeper debris

The EPA told the street-sweeping company to clean up the site. By AMANDA C. DAVIS VINDICATOR

LaTreese Miller, Tyrone Hyshaw to wed in July

YOUNGSTOWN -- The engagement of LaTreese Marsh & uacute;nn Miller, 843 Cameron Ave., and Tyrone

NILES Study finds low risk of West Nile at sites

Health officials did recommend mosquito control at the Fairhaven and middle school sites, however.

NEW CASTLE Man who fled with son offered deal

Both parents are still seeking custody of the boy, even as the dad faces a jail term. By LAURE

Judge denies father's funeral request

YOUNGSTOWN -- A judge Mahoning County Common Pleas Court has denied a request by Alexander Scott to

NILES Young bands ready to rock Eastwood

The Tune It Up series tries to give young musicians exposure outside of the bar circuit. By

LIBERTY Trustees support door-to-door transit

The proposed bus service would transport any township resident anywhere within 90 minutes for a

YOUNGSTOWN YSU raises its tuition

Despite the tuition increases, the university's president said YSU is still a bargain. By MARALINE

EAST PALESTINE Council mulls ordinance about off-road vehicles

Property owners are concerned about noise, safety and property damage. By NANCY TULLIS

Higher education in Ohio must become a priority

Opinion: No one reviewing Ohio's $44.9 billion budget for the next two years can come away with the


Some significant dates in the life and political career of former Youngstown Mayor Jack C. Hunter.

President George Bush different from candidate

Opinion: President George Bush different from candidate EDITOR: Recent Vindicator editorials have bashed

Jennifer Herron, Mr. Lesko to wed at Mill Creek Park

SALEM -- Denton and Marilyn Herron, 1339 N. Lincoln Ave., announce the engagement of their daughter,

GIRARD Owner deflates golf dome

Deflating a dome is simple: Turn off the air and open the doors. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR