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MAHONING VALLEY United Way exceeds goal for its 2000 fund drive

Four agencies will share more than $560,000 of this year's contributions. BOARDMAN -- Don Cagigas


Commissioners shouldn't be buying out of county

Opinion: Commissioners shouldn't be buying out of county This letter is in regard to the new sales tax


Fishing expedition

Fishing expedition STRUTHERS -- Mill Creek MetroParks' annual Gone Fishin' at Yellow Creek Park


CATHERINE J. WALDORF, 78

WARREN -- Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday in St. Joseph Church for Catherine J. Waldorf, 78, of


NILES Council OKs more money

The additional Robbins Avenue work was recommended by the city engineer. By DENISE DICK


Jennifer Romeo to be married in late July rite

BRUNSWICK -- The engagement of Jennifer L. Romeo and V. Michael Stilgenbauer, both of Brunswick, is


UNITED WAY Annual meeting

Chairwoman of Community Corp. and chief volunteer officer: Re-elected Karen E. Feiler, assistant


EDRICE MYLESS MILLER, 61 Taught in Youngstown School District

YOUNGSTOWN -- Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Black & amp; Phillips Funeral Home for


HERMITAGE Heat leads to emptying of school

Air quality monitors were to be installed today. By VIRGINIA ROSS VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT


BIRTHS

BIRTHS ST. ELIZABETH Peter and Theresa Kraus, 1312 Ohltown McDonald Road, Mineral Ridge, girl,


Series turning into soap opera

PITTSBURGH -- When we last tuned in to "As the Puck Drops," the Stanley Cup Playoffs were under way


Hearing set on Winona issue

LISBON -- Winona area residents will have a chance to hear what can be done to fix failing septic


INFANT DARIAN SCOTT COULTER

SALEM -- Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Warrick-Kummer Funeral Home in Columbiana for Darian


JOSEPH A. PILLA, 76

YOUNGSTOWN -- A memorial service will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday in St. Dominic Church for Joseph A.


DELPHI Up close

A look at Delphi Automotive Systems: Business: Largest automotive parts maker in the world.


Mayor favors prison leeway to keep it open

The prison hasn't had a major problem since July 1998, a speaker said. By PETER H. MILLIKEN


OUT-OF-TOWN BIRTHS

Pamela and Stephen Bolger of Galloway announce the birth of their third child, Karly Ann, on April


Neither candidate for judge deemed qualified

Neither candidate for judge deemed qualified YOUNGSTOWN -- The Mahoning County Bar Association has


YSU

YSU Softball CLEVELAND -- The Youngstown State softball team finished the 2001 season with a


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY MARRIAGE LICENSES William C. Clark Jr., 25, of 6704 Glenwood Ave., Boardman, and


THE SERIES Penguins vs. Sabres

Wednesday Buffalo 5, Pittsburgh 2, series tied 2-2 Saturday Pittsburgh at Buffalo, 1 p.m.


K.O. DRUGS BOXING RESULTS

UNDERCLASS (9TH-10TH GRADERS) Bantamweights Matt Ramun (Poland) RSC over Adam Johnson (Fitch),


MCDONALD Council matters

Passed a second reading to ordinances to retain Atty. William M. Roux as solicitor for an additional


MICHAEL LEE BARKER SR., 47

YOUNGSTOWN -- Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Kubina-Yuhasz Funeral Home for Michael Lee


4"CATS AND DOGS." The fur flies when man's best friend battles martial arts-trained kitties in

4"CATS AND DOGS." The fur flies when man's best friend battles martial arts-trained kitties in


ALMIRA JANE WHITE, 88

POLAND -- Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday in Christ Church Presbyterian for Almira Jane White,


CLARA SENICH, 86

YOUNGSTOWN -- Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday in Holy Trinity Ukranian Catholic Church for


Howland resolution to target noisy dogs

HOWLAND -- Trustees will consider a resolution Monday aimed at quieting barking dogs. A draft of


COLUMBIANA CO. Technology rules at school

Along with the three Rs, education includes a giant T. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU


St. E's is ready for influx

One ambulance company's patients are steering clear of Forum facilities -- others say they've seen


A smart budget move

Opinion: There will be a lot to debate about the biennial budget being hammered out in Columbus, but one


PREP SCORES, SUMMARIES & amp; SCHEDULE

BASEBALL WEDNESDAY' SCORES Tournament Div. I Howland 13, Kent Roosevelt 11 Regular season


Touched by an Archangel

Opinion: Anyone who has seen a performance of the Archangel Dance Theater cannot help but be impressed and


INFANT JARRIN SIMON CRAGO ANDERSON

WARREN -- Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. Friday in Crown Hill Burial Park, Vienna, for Jarrin


Aimee Carter, Robert Smith set wedding date

BOARDMAN -- Gerald and Mary Carter, 48 Mary Ann Lane, announce the engagement of their daughter,


YOUNGSTOWN Judge sentences 2 men in robbery

Two men cooperated and were placed on probation instead of in prison . By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR


Despite injuries, teen won't let prom slide by

The outpouring of support from Scott Smaltz's fellow students has stunned him. By RON COLE


MENTAL HEALTH MONTH Mahoning County

May is Mental Health Month. Here is a list of activities. For more information on activities and


SHAREHOLDERS MEETING Delphi eyes new areas for growth, chief says

THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN Expansion into other industries will help the company even out its


Glines-Walters wedding to be in Cornersburg

YOUNGSTOWN -- A summer wedding is planned by Carey Lynn Glines and Jeremy John Walters, both of


PENGUINS NOTEBOOK From Mellon Arena

Turnaround: The Sabres took the first six shots in the first 10 minutes of the game; the Penguins


Suspect sought in abduction, shooting of Campbell woman

CAMPBELL -- Police spent more than four hours looking for a 24-year-old Gertrude Avenue woman who


Sabres slice Pens' D, even series

By TOM WILLIAMS VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF PITTSBURGH -- The third period has been good to the


COLUMBUS Patton targets tobacco products

One bill triples the fine for those selling cigarettes to minors. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR


RACINE A. PAULIS, 78

YOUNGSTOWN -- Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Lane Funeral Home, Austintown, for Racine A.


YOUNGSTOWN Mother sues over slaying of infant

The girl accused of killing the baby is not a defendant in the civil case. By BOB JACKSON


ETC.

ETC. Audition for singers NILES -- Tapestries of Ohio, a 14-voice a cappella ensemble, will have


CHARLES W. SUSKO, 84

BROOKFIELD -- Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Madasz Funeral Home here for Charles W. Susko,


MAXINE A. WISE, 87

STRUTHERS -- Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Davidson-Becker Funeral Home for Maxine A. Wise,


A FLIMSY RESCUE PLAN

Opinion: San Francisco Chronicle: Despite ample muscle to aid energy-starved California, federal regulators


Karen DeNiro, Tim Devine to marry July 28

BOARDMAN -- Mike and Ida DeNiro, 7405 Hitchcock Road, are announcing plans for the coming marriage


DEATH RECORD

DEATH RECORD HARMON, Alfred Lee, 60, of 812 Bonnie Brae N.E., Warren (Hall). COUCH, Karen R.,


GOLDBERG CASE Settlement reached in suit against bank

Details of the settlement were not released. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


YOUNGSTOWN Council discusses site pick for arena

Council's preferred site is environmentally clean and requires no demolition. By PETER H. MILLIKEN


HUBBARD SCHOOLS Judge fills board seat

Judge Thomas Swift said he reviewed 18 applications before making his decision. By PEGGY SINKOVICH


CAMPBELL Officials discuss center, store

City officials see a new supermarket and community center in their future. By PAUL WHEATLEY


City council met Wednesday and:

City council met Wednesday and: Heard Mayor George McKelvey say he will immediately begin the


FORUM NURSES STRIKE | Day 3 St. E's is ready for influx

One ambulance company's patients are steering clear of Forum facilities. Others say they've seen no


NEW CASTLE, PA. Schools enforce measles-shot rule

Schools risk losing state money if pupils aren't vaccinated. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR NEW


TRUMBULL COUNTY Water runoff worries Niles resident

The project developer said he hasn't decided on the number or type of units to be built. By DENISE


EAST PALESTINE City or village? Status is still ambiguous

Qualifying for some federal grants may be a problem, the manager said. By NANCY TULLIS


Officials and other Valley residents gather on the Mahoning County Courthouse steps for a National

Officials and other Valley residents gather on the Mahoning County Courthouse steps for a National


Road still closed

Road still closed NEWTON FALLS -- Newton Falls Bailey Road will remain closed one mile east of the


Kristen Stevens to be married in July ceremony

BOARDMAN -- The engagement of Kristen Marie Stevens of Boardman and Matthew Neal Bins-Castronovo,


Tamara Jackson, Sean Toohey to be married

ERIE, Pa. -- Gloria Jackson, 3627 Ellsworth Ave., is announcing the coming marriage of her daughter,


PREP BASEBALL Rally, relief key for Fitch

Rick Vickers retired all 11 batters he faced as the Falcons defeated Campbell. By BRIAN RICHESSON


3"THE PRINCESS DIARIES." A 15-year-old American (newcomer Anne Hathaway) discovers that she's really

3"THE PRINCESS DIARIES." A 15-year-old American (newcomer Anne Hathaway) discovers that she's really


GENERAL MOTORS Chamber leader: Incentives are OK

A state senator says GM should reveal upcoming job cuts at Lordstown before receiving help. By


LOCAL VOTE State budget

How area House members voted on the state budget: YES Reps. Charles Blasdel, East Liverpool,


Schools need and deserve taxpayer support

Opinion: Any citizen who has ever attended a middle school band concert, helped out with an elementary school


RUTH A. LIPHART, 86

CHAMPION -- A memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Peter Rossi & amp; Son Memorial


Plans are revealed for July wedding of Kimberly Barnett, Matthew Laret

YOUNGSTOWN -- The engagement of Kimberly M. Barnett, 425 N. Glenellen Ave., and Matthew D. Laret,


DIANE MAKAR MURPHY Breaking silence on depression in black women

Having depression is like being on a roller coaster. For Meri Nana-Ama Danquah, the depths were so


While this year's slate of summer flicks is -- on paper anyway -- not quite as hideous-sounding as

While this year's slate of summer flicks is -- on paper anyway -- not quite as hideous-sounding as


MERCER COUNTY Man will face trial in home burglary

Police said the defendant, who had been a passenger in the car, told them he didn't want to flee


COLUMBIANA COUNTY Employees to get new insurance plan

Commissioners approved a two-year labor contract containing a 3 percent pay raise each year. By


RUTH ALMA RAY, 82

NEW WATERFORD -- Services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at Warrick-Kummer Funeral Home in Columbiana


Cheryl Wawrosch, David L. Fowler to wed in July

AUSTINTOWN -- Announcement is being made by Phillip and Dolores Wawrosch of Austintown of the


TINEY E. CRUM, 63

SALEM -- Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Gednetz-Ruzek Funeral Home, Sebring, for Tiney E.


GIRARD SCHOOLS Prospect reopens for classes

One parent said he had no alternative but to take his daughter to school today. By TIM YOVICH


AVALON SOUTH County orders payment of taxes

Avalon South Management runs the golf course and is obligated to pay, the Warren auditor said.


CANFIELD City council approves widening on Route 224

Traffic will be maintained during the widening, but delays are expected. By IAN HILL VINDICATOR


MAHONING COUNTY GOP to pick names of judge candidates

The deadline to submit applications is May 14. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR POLITICS WRITER


BERNICE M. BROWNLEE, 75

NORTH LIMA -- Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday in Coitsville Presbyterian Church for Bernice M.


COUNTY COURT Selection committee

The Mahoning County Republican Party committee that will recommend three candidates to Gov. Bob Taft


BONNIE L. YOUNG, 61

WARREN -- Services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at Roberts-Clark Memorial Home for Bonnie L. Young,


1"THE ANIMAL." "Deuce Bigalow" star Rob Schneider plays a doofus who has most of his organs replaced

1"THE ANIMAL." "Deuce Bigalow" star Rob Schneider plays a doofus who has most of his organs replaced


VIENNA Officials: 2 admit robbery

The two men were scheduled to appear in Girard Municipal Court today. By PEGGY SINKOVICH


After citation, school suspends bus driver

After citation, school suspends bus driver SALEM -- City school officials have suspended a bus


MAHONING COUNTY Lawyer: Dismiss charges

The 16-year-old still faces charges of drug possession and failure to comply. By BOB JACKSON