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COLUMBIANA Sewer project irks residents

Residents don't believe the contractor plans to return. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU


WISE, Maxine A., 87, of 41 Como St., Struthers (Davidson-Becker, Struthers).

WISE, Maxine A., 87, of 41 Como St., Struthers (Davidson-Becker, Struthers). SCOTT, Lois, 68, of


INFANT FAITH HOPE LEE

BRISTOLVILLE -- Private services were Tuesday at Champion Township Cemetery for Faith Hope Lee,


STRUTHERS Cops find bad brakes on truck

Authorities will seek to recover cleanup costs. STRUTHERS -- Three sets of faulty brakes are


Union leaders said they will try to keep as many members as possible on the picket lines.

Union leaders said they will try to keep as many members as possible on the picket lines. By


Woman sues Hillside over mother's death

WARREN -- A Burghill woman has filed a lawsuit against Hillside Rehabilitation Hospital over the


GAIL WHITE Survival tips for mothers with young children

"Cleaning your house while your kids are still growing is like shoveling the walk before it stops


SALEM City plans to place its laws on Internet

Dog owners need a reminder that the city's leash law applies to the parks as well as other areas, a


NATIONAL LEAGUE Kent leads Giants to 11-6 rout of Bucs

He hit a homer and two doubles, and drove in a career-high seven runs in PNC Park debut. By TOM


WALTER N. LEWIS, 68

OIL CITY, Pa. -- Services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Oakwood Cemetery Chapel in Sharon for


Saw, blade stolen

Saw, blade stolen NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Someone walked off with a cement cutting saw and a 14-inch


Visitors, patients worry about care level

Visitors shared the staffing concerns expressed by the striking nurses. By PETER H. MILLIKEN


SHAREHOLDERS MEETING Delphi eyes new areas for growth, chief says

Expansion into other industries will help the company even out its sales, its chairman said. By


FORUM HEALTH TOD Asthma program hasn't ended, official says

The children's hospital plans to hire a pediatric pulmonary physician within six months. By


GETTING IT RIGHT

GETTING IT RIGHT UThe health fair at Seventh-day Adventist Church has already taken place.


WARREN Rally to ask Valley to stand up for steel

The need for federal action is dire, local steel officials say. By AMANDA C. DAVIS VINDICATOR


YOUNGSTOWN MAYOR McNair joins race

Another potential independent mayoral candidate remains undecided on joining the race. By DAVID


LAWRENCE COUNTY Video system links jail, courtroom

A satellite county treasurer's office will open in Ellwood City on June 6. By LAURE CIOFFI


COLUMBIANA Project draws anger

Residents don't believe the contractor plans to return. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU


LaLama-Altiere nuptials planned for early July

POLAND -- Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. LaLama of Poland are announcing the engagement of their daughter,


MARY G. IEZZI, 91 Co-founder of Alberini's Restaurant

NILES -- Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Joseph Rossi Funeral Home for Mary G. Iezzi, 91, of


Maribeth Cuchna, Philip Longberry plan June rite

NILES -- Announced by James R. and Anna Mae Cuchna, 915 Lincoln Ave., is the engagement of their


PRIVATE WELCOME, PUBLIC STICKUP

Opinion: Los Angeles Times: Two Los Angeles Times stories last month sharply illustrate the opposite


Gina M. Flora, James M. Fox to wed June 30

McDONALD -- Announcement is being made by Ronald and Mary Ann Schulay, 625 E. Marshall Road, of the


LIQUOR CONTROL

LIQUOR CONTROL Processing The Ohio Department of Liquor Control is processing this liquor


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Edward J. Burke Jr., 33, of 545 E. Florida Ave., Youngstown,


LIBERTY TOWNSHIP Officials forgo police changes

Liberty police union rejected the township settlement offer. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


LOUISE HUBBARD, 88

YOUNGSTOWN -- Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Brown Funeral Home, Hackensack, N.J., for Louise


JERRY M. PIZZO, 82

CANFIELD -- Services will be at 10 a.m. Friday in St. Michael Church for Jerry M. Pizzo, 82, of


MICHELINE PAGLEY, 61

NEW CASTLE -- Services will be at 9:30 a.m. Friday in Ed & amp; Don DeCarbo Mill Street Funeral


AP file photo

AP file photo SHORTER FAIR? During the opening of the 1999 state fair, Gov. Bob Taft, left, got


OTHER BUSINESS Commissioners meeting

Lawrence County Commissioners handled this business Tuesday: Agreed to pay Glance & amp;


CLARA A. KOSCIUSZKO, 81

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday in St. Vitus Church for Clara A. Kosciuszko,


INFANT MOSES EDWIN MCELROY

YOUNGSTOWN -- Graveside services were Monday at Belmont Park Cemetery for Moses Edwin McElroy,


PIRATES NOTEBOOK From PNC Park

Local connection: Umpire Wally Bell of Boardman worked second base of Tuesday's game. Leading off:


LAWRENCE COUNTY Kimbell wants venue change

The trial should start sometime in August. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR NEW CASTLE BUREAU NEW


YSU out-slugs Kent St.

By BILL SULLIVAN VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF NILES -- Fifty years from now you'll have to excuse


MAHONING VALLEY Memorial to honor police

The police chief said he is hoping to make the ceremony an annual event. By PEGGY SINKOVICH


For justice's sake every day should be 'Law Day'

Opinion: For justice's sake every day should be 'Law Day' May 1 is designated as Law Day and celebrated by


GRAYCE E. DYER, 81

YOUNGSTOWN -- Private services will be Thursday at Lake Park Cemetery Chapel for Grayce E. Dyer, 81,


Motorcycle crash kills Lordstown man

Motorcycle crash kills Lordstown man WARREN -- A motorcycle crash left a 39-year-old Lordstown


DELORIS J. SMITH, 56

AUSTINTOWN -- Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Fred L. Jenkins Funeral Home, Morgantown, W.Va.,


Election in Struthers deserves objective view

Opinion: Given the city of Struthers' sound financial condition and the absence of any major issues relative


Value of life made clearer

Lindsay Byer and Brittney Campana know about the complexities of life. How it isn't easy. How it


GEORGE MARK ZEREFOS, 71

LEAVITTSBURG -- Services will be at 1 p.m. Friday at Hall Funeral Home, Warren, for George Mark


Kelly Hannon to be June bride of Keith Fizet

AUSTINTOWN -- Beverly Hannon, 5315 W. Radio Road, is announcing the upcoming marriage of her


Melanie Layton, Ryan Collins set wedding date

Plans for the upcoming marriage of Melanie Layton, 2134 Elm Trace, Austintown, and Ryan Collins,


DAVID SAUL FILNER, 89

HERMITAGE, Pa. -- Services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in Temple Beth Israel Cemetery here for David


NINO PASQUALE DIPIERO, 78

CAMPBELL -- Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday in St. Lucy Church here for Nino Pasquale DiPiero,


PIRATES Vander Wal continues to swing red-hot bat

The Bucs' outfielder leads the team in hitting this year with a .351 average. By TOM WILLIAMS


YOUNGSTOWN Council to reveal arena site

An announcement today would affect the city's negotiations on options to buy possible sites. By


Angels' open house

Angels' open house GREENFORD -- There will be an open house at Angels for Animals, 6801 Green


EDNA F. PAYNE, 69

CANFIELD -- A memorial service will be at 9:30 a.m. May 12 in St. Michael Church here for Edna F.


Summary of police activity:

Summary of police activity: CANFIELD CITY April 26 Sick raccoon: Police put down a sick


June nuptials planned by Rzucidlo-Bort

ROME -- Cliff and Mary Anne Dalton of Rome announce the engagement of their daughter, Kathleen Anne


St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Nicholas and Jennifer Cellio, 409 St. Clair, Girard, girl, May 1. Christopher and


NEW SCHEDULE

NEW SCHEDULE Girard schools Kindergarten through third-grade pupils will go to Prospect


OHIO Court will rule on Flask license

Once the resignation is accepted, the court will drop its probe of the former MVSD director. By


Don't send wrong message about Lordstown to GM

Opinion: The scene at the Trumbull County administration building Monday was a throwback to the days when


Supervisors and Forum licensed practical nurses are filling the gap.

Supervisors and Forum licensed practical nurses are filling the gap. By CYNTHIA VINARSKY


Parents announce Cioci-Robison wedding plans

The engagement of Michelle Cioci and James Robison is being revealed by their parents, John and


"As long as nurses feel valued and respected, they're more willing to support their employer and

"As long as nurses feel valued and respected, they're more willing to support their employer and


MAHONING COUNTY Area Democratic club backs party's primary endorsements

By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR POLITICS WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- The South County Democratic Club


Focus: slayings of black women

The mayor said he has 'zero tolerance' for violence perpetrated against women. By PETER H.


MAHONING COUNTY Panel to mull judge's fate

The high court's disciplinary counsel said Judge Lisotto has been cooperative. By BOB JACKSON


Efforts allow classes to resume

Parents support the school board's decision to close the intermediate school. By TIM YOVICH


Efforts to allow classes to resume

Parents support the school board's decision to close the intermediate school. By TIM YOVICH