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Summary of police activity

Summary of police activity CANFIELD June 17 Theft: Police contacted Ridley, Pa. police about a

AREA DIAMONDS Youth baseball & amp; softball

BASEBALL Babe Ruth (ages 14-15) Sluggers 12, IPS 1 -- Josh McKenney pitched the win and had two

WARREN HOMICIDES Tests will determine if man is competent to stand trial

WARREN -- A judge could decide as early as August if a man accused of killing a city woman and her

One-stop shopping for social services makes sense

Opinion: If all the agencies and organizations that have expressed interest in a Trumbull County one-stop


St. Elizabeth Vincent and Linda D'Ippolito, 9512 Estate Cottage A-11, Christiansted, Virgin


GETTING IT RIGHT UThe Rev. Joseph Zamary has been named associate pastor of St. Michael Parish in

STRUTHERS Officials to inspect complex

The owner said she has sought public funds to clean up her building. By PAUL WHEATLEY VINDICATOR

YOUNGSTOWN SCHOOLS Grade requirement for activities raised

One board member wants to raise the minimum grade point average even higher. By PETER H. MILLIKEN

GIRARD Junior high principal in line to be superintendent

A new principal was hired to take over the troubled Girard Intermediate School. By TIM YOVICH

Colleagues express disappointment

It's a shame Votino will now be remembered for the harm he did, one coach said. HERMITAGE, Pa. --

WARREN City plans carefully for tax office changes

The mayor was hoping for more immediate action. By AMANDA C. DAVIS VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF

Judge dismisses charges against man in sex case

WARREN --A Trumbull County judge found that there was not enough evidence to convict a 41-year-old

MAHONING VALLEY Teacher faces multiple charges

The man has been a substitute teacher since March 1999. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR STAFF

NEW CASTLE Couple seeking change in bond

The defense lawyers told the judge their clients won't leave the area if the bonds are reduced. By

YOUNGSTOWN Man charged again with noise violation

Aside from possible jail time, hefty fines and forfeiture of his sound equipment, the New Castle man

COLUMBIANA CO. Farm bureau sets record

The farm bureau has more members actively farming than ever before. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR

YOUNGSTOWN YSU picks new provost, prompting praise on diversity

By RON COLE VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- Dr. Tony Atwater, a former television news

YSU PROVOST Background

Dr. Tony Atwater's professional experience: 1999-present: Dean, College of Professional Studies

YOUNGSTOWN Reactions to cell phone ban mixed

YOUNGSTOWN -- Dave Crook squints toward an intersection from where he stands among the gas pumps at


Opinion: Washington Post: The Supreme Court this week upheld restrictions on the campaign expenditures that

Youngstown center to offer health fair at open house

Free health screenings and blood sugar and blood pressure tests will be available. YOUNGSTOWN --

GAIL WHITE Coitsville woman keeps book open on old school

Dorothy Morse of Coitsville has spent 25 years snapping the whip to preserve an educational icon.

YOUNGSTOWN Amateur boxers to strut best stuff

Billy Lyle of Niles will be the featured attraction while Durrell Richardson is pitted in the co-

MAHONING VALLEY Goldbergs sue judge, cops

The wife and children of the former attorney filed the suit. AKRON -- Dorothy Goldberg, on behalf

BOARD MEETING Additional action

The Youngstown school board also handled these matters at its Tuesday meeting: Approved a revised

NEW YORK-PENN LEAGUE Scrappers snap four-game skid

Victor Kleine pitched eight strong innings for the win. NEW YORK -- Jonathan Van Every scored the

Court should move quickly to hear Milosevic appeal

Opinion: If, as he says, his conscience is clear, why is Slobodan Milosevic, the former president of

HOWLAND Intersection almost ready

The contractor is required to fix the catch basin and curbing. By STEPHEN SIFF VINDICATOR

LAWRENCE COUNTY Hospitals to accept unwanted babies

Babies will be kept in the hospital for a few days and then put into the county child services



Business contests liquor option vote

Business contests liquor option vote YOUNGSTOWN -- Crestview Inc., doing business as Glenwood

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COLUMBIANA CO. By the numbers Total Columbiana County Farm Bureau membership and total Ohio Farm


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Dan T. Bucci III, 27, of 5710 W. South Range, Salem, and Kelly

Pathologist examines bones from concrete

Pathologist examines bones from concrete NILES -- Dr. Humphrey Germaniuk, a forensic pathologist

YOUNGSTOWN STATE BGSU official likes diverse program

Dr. Ronald Zwierlein believes YSU eventually will be eyed by the Mid-American Conference. By JOHN

CANDIDATE Dr. Ronald Zwierlein

Current position: Senior associate vice president, Bowling Green State University. Current

He finds Every way to excel

Jonathan Van Every is taking advantage of minor league pitchers. He just hopes that he can continue

Palestinian state needed for Middle East peace

Opinion: Palestinian state needed for Middle East peace EDITOR: It was a horrendous attack on the crowd

Hospitals to accept unwanted babies

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Scared and frightened mothers who don't want their newborns now have safe places

YOUNGSTOWN CIC Downtown improvement

The city's downtown agency, the Youngstown Central Area Community Improvement Corp., handled these

New Waterford attorney appointed magistrate for common pleas court

LISBON -- Columbiana County Common Pleas Court has added a second magistrate to its staff. Atty.

CRAIG BEACH Investigator likely to address council

The U.S. Labor Department may ask a judge to take action over the pay issues. By IAN HILL

KENNEDY CHRISTIAN Official: Probe found other possible victims

The district attorney said seven young women, three of them victims, were ready to testify if this

Collision with police car brings charges

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Justin Lykins, 21, of North Scott Street faces charges of recklessly endangering

OHIO Senate to vote to preserve farmland and greenspace

The OFP will be kept alive despite efforts by the state Senate to do away with the agency. By JEFF

Open house is Saturday for the Henningers

NILES -- Mr. and Mrs. Norman Henninger Sr., 122 S. Butler Ave., will be honored at an open house

Panel considers bids for skateboard facility

Panel considers bids for skateboard facility SALEM -- The city parks commission is considering

U.S. Census Bureau to monitor households

U.S. Census Bureau to monitor households YOUNGSTOWN -- U.S. Census Bureau representatives will be


AGENDA THURSDAY Trumbull Career and Technical Center Board of Education, 7:30 p.m., 528

MAHONING VALLEY Goldberg's family files lawsuit over search

The wife and children of the former attorney filed the suit. AKRON -- Dorothy Goldberg, on behalf