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Taxes will rise in Sharpsville school district

SHARPSVILLE, Pa. -- The average residential property owner in the Sharpsville Area School District

Champion school board sets an additional holiday

CHAMPION -- In compliance with a negotiated agreement, the board of education has set July 3 as an

DAMASCUS Chief: Fire cause not found

The fertilizer plant and grain facility are operating, a Witmer's manager said. By NANCY TULLIS

Bush should not forget Reagan's take on 'trust'

Opinion: Although he stopped short of describing Russian President Vladimir Putin as his soul mate, President


XCampbell Memorial High School Class of 1942 will hold an informal reunion at 1:30 p.m. June 26 at

LIBERTY Rabbi touts cloning humans

A ban on human cloning would violate reproductive and scientific freedom, a medical ethicist says.

Hirsel-Ricchiuti wedding plans are revealed

WILLOUGHBY HILLS -- An autumn wedding is planned by Holly Lynn Hirsel, 27645 Bishop Park Drive, and

HOWLAND D.I.Y. to close remaining 6 stores

Competition led to the end of Boardman's store in 1999; the rest of the stores will follow. By

Emergency sirens test

Emergency sirens test YOUNGSTOWN -- The Mahoning County Emergency Management Agency will test the

The rare inherited disorder often starts in infancy. Here are some characteristics:

The rare inherited disorder often starts in infancy. Here are some characteristics: Affects about

Women's Day theme

Women's Day theme STRUTHERS -- "New Dimensional Women Embracing a Holiness Tradition" will be the

ELLWOOD CITY More tests to be performed on baby's body

Additional charges could be filed pending more tests on the baby's body. By LAURE CIOFFI

Animal vaccination clinics are scheduled

Animal vaccination clinics are scheduled WARREN -- Animal rabies vaccination clinics will be

TRUMBULL COUNTY Niles man pleads guilty in rape case

A 17-year-old also faces charges in the case. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF

Leslie L. Hagg Trent A. Binger are engaged

AUSTINTOWN -- The engagement of Leslie Lynn Hagg, 640 Sackett Ave., Cuyahoga Falls, and Trent Allen

Farrell High to get acting principal

FARRELL, Pa. -- Farrell High School will have an acting principal for the next school year. The

WARREN FBI serves subpoena to city for nine checks

The auditor said he doesn't know why the FBI wants copies of the checks. By AMANDA C. DAVIS and

GIRARD Company to research land for bike trail

By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF GIRARD -- Mayor James Melfi has finally found a company

Amy Cheney to be bride of John Densevich

AUSTINTOWN -- Carol and John Densevich, 5554 Red Apple Drive, are announcing plans for the coming

Wilmington schools plan

Wilmington schools plan NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. -- The Wilmington Area School Board has approved its

YOUNGSTOWN Shakoor gets 18 years to life in prison for murder

The judge was disturbed at the way Shakoor took the law into his own hands. By BOB JACKSON

NEW CASTLE Suspect opts for deal after string of crimes

The man pleaded guilty in a shooting, a car wreck and an illegal drug sale. NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- A

LISBON SCHOOLS Board discusses driver's ed

Wellsville schools have helped with the program in the past. By SUE DROTLEFF VINDICATOR

TRUMBULL COUNTY Attorney requests hearing

The request has postponed the aggravated-murder trial, court officials said. By PEGGY SINKOVICH

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CORTLAND Council OKs choice for city law director

The mayor will decide what to do with the lawsuit she filed. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR



St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Charles and Rebecca Etto, 1932 Pointview Ave., Youngstown, girl, June 18. James

LISBON Company applies to build plant

It's expected to take months to navigate through the approval process, which will include a public

MUSICAL MEMORIAL Bell choir resounds with the memory of a dynamic child

By SEAN BARRON VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER NILES -- Christopher Grusha had a way of brightening

U.S. Merchant Marine too often ignored

Opinion: U.S. Merchant Marine too often ignored EDITOR: In the Saturday, June 9, Vindicator, an apology

Exiting superintendent offers advice, support

Dr. Louis C. Mastrian said he is leaving the district in good shape academically, physically and


Opinion: Toronto Globe and Mail: Elijah Van de Perre is a four-year-old boy. If he is like most children his

Krok-Leshinsky nuptials are set for late August

NILES -- Announcement is being made by Thomas and Kathy Krok, 1450 Pepperwood Drive, of the

Shoplifting suspect

Shoplifting suspect YOUNGSTOWN -- "No, really, I had the toilet paper in my purse when I came in


AGENDA WEDNESDAY Struthers Council, 6:15 p.m., Municipal Building, 6 Elm St., Struthers.


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Adam C. Guzman, 24, of 3553 Hunters Hill, Poland, and Danielle

DIANE MAKAR MURPHY Lanterman's Mill locker boy holds key to longevity

Three young women led me below Lanterman's Mill. As the temperature dropped, I shivered. Water

Union workers deserve credit for productivity

Opinion: Union workers deserve credit for productivity EDITOR: The editorial concerning GM Lordstown

Summary of police activity:

Summary of police activity: CANFIELD CITY June 17 Drugs: A 39-year-old Salem man was arrested

WARREN City to provide summer employment for kids


Kinnick-Dray nuptials planned for September

BOARDMAN -- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Frill, 8019 Hunters Cove, announce the engagement of their daughter,

Sharp-Clacko engagement is made known

Announcement of the engagement of Jennifer Michelle Sharp and Phillip Clacko Jr. is being made by

MCDONALD SCHOOLS District to use diocese building for some pupils during renovation

Several parents objected to their sons' not being allowed to use the weight room this summer. By

MAHONING COMMISSIONERS Vote on suspension of clerk scheduled

Commissioners are recommending five days off without pay for the clerk. By BOB JACKSON

YOUNGSTOWN Kinship Care helps surrogate parents

The YMCA program helps relatives who are rearing children to find resources. By PHIL NOVAK

YOUNGSTOWN Loss is possibly $2 million in Midwest Steel & amp; Alloy fire

The cause of the fire was not known this morning. YOUNGSTOWN -- Fire destroyed heavy equipment and

PACKARD HALL Panel works on strategy

The deadline for the plan is next week. By AMANDA C. DAVIS VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF WARREN --

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PARK FUN Lake tours

Where: The programs take place at McDanel's Launch on the North Shore of Lake Arthur. The majority

HERMITAGE School board OKs revised budget plan

The school board is also taking more than $600,000 from its savings to balance the plan. By HAROLD

Two cases, two punishments raise question of what's just

Opinion: When Ohio executed Jay D, Scott last week at Southern Ohio Correctional Facility at Lucasville, it