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In an assessment of Youngstown State University, the state auditor's office says YSU should:

In an assessment of Youngstown State University, the state auditor's office says YSU should:

ONE-ON-ONE | Eric Lee Perry 'If it doesn't make a difference, then don't bother'

Q: Did you grow up in New Castle? A: I did. Born and raised in Croton [Avenue section] and moved

MAHONING COUNTY Officials: Enforce ban on smoking inside courthouse

Commissioners will seek help from city council in their fight against smoking. By BOB JACKSON

'Entertainment' to Manson?

'Entertainment' to Manson? DENVER -- Shock rocker Marilyn Manson will pepper his show with Bible

RECALL Teakettles

What: About 24,000 Martha Stewart Everyday teakettles. Reason: Boiling water can be expelled from

COLUMBIANA CORNER Jocular commissioners get along swimmingly

During a recent Columbiana County commissioners hearing that dealt in part with pollutants entering

Tina Japak, Brian Adamson to be married

CARROLTON -- The engagement of Tina Lynn Japak, 6871 Lockwood Blvd., Boardman, and Brian Joseph


By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU UNITY -- Awake or asleep, Unity firefighters have big

STRUTHERS 2 vacant council seats to be filled

The candidates who won last week's Democratic primary are expected to be appointed to the vacant

YOUNGSTOWN State audit review offers advice for YSU

The YSU performance audit is the first for a public university in Ohio. By RON COLE VINDICATOR

Republicans are to blame for impasse on judiciary

Opinion: In the last six years of Democrat Bill Clinton's tenure as president, the American judicial system

Weight lifter to speak at school about drugs

Weight lifter to speak at school about drugs CHAMPION -- A record-holding weight lifter will speak

PROFILE Eric Lee Perry

Age: 36 Hometown: New Castle, Pa.; now lives in North Beaver Township, Pa. Occupations: He is


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ROW 1 1. (8) Scott Sharp, Dallara-Oldsmobile, 226.037. 2. (2T) Greg Ray, Dallara-Oldsmobile,

Kovach's legacy lives

The late track coach will be honored through a scholarship fund. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR

NILES Talks continue over service for water

County commissioners have complained that the Sharon company's costs are too high. By DENISE DICK

Car crashes into tree, injuring 2 teen-agers

Car crashes into tree, injuring 2 teen-agers NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Two people were flown to a

St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Anthony and Robin Valentino, 53 W. Lewis St., Struthers, girl, May 12. Alisha

Local heroine remembers a lesson well taught

Opinion: More than 25 years ago, they were called "cafe coronaries" -- the deaths that occurred when diners

THE SERIES Penguins vs. Devils

Saturday New Jersey 3, Pittsburgh 1, New Jersey leads series 1-0 Tuesday Pittsburgh at New


AGENDA TUESDAY Southington Board of Education, 6 p.m., Southington High School. Eagle Heights

WARREN 2 fire stations reopen to serve west, east sides

Five laid-off firefighters are back on the job this week. By AMANDA C. DAVIS VINDICATOR TRUMBULL

TRUMBULL COUNTY Area pupils can apply for arts program

LORDSTOWN -- A creative and performing arts program is taking applications for pupils entering

Men kick a drug habit, turn their lives around

By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF WARREN -- They didn't use to be men the cops would

Jennifer English, Aaron Lueth set wedding date

NILES -- The engagement of their daughter, Jennifer English, 6566 Millridge Circle, Dublin, and

SHARON Man suspected in 2 robberies dies in cop chase

Sharon police spotted the suspect's car just six minutes after the donut shop robbery. By HAROLD

POLICE CALLS Girard, Liberty

Summary of police activity: GIRARD May 7 Drug arrest: A male was arrested for possession of a


MAHONING COUNTY Probate Court Will of Margaret E. Berger: estate to surviving children; with


ACCIDENTS Dangerous teen jobs Nearly 200,000 workers under age 18 are injured and more than 70

Bittersweet day for YSU baseball

NILES -- The Youngstown State baseball team lost both games of a doubleheader to Southern Utah, 3-0

Turnage-Murphy wedding planned for late August

YOUNGSTOWN -- Announced by Gary and Frances Turnage, 2257 Volney Road, is the engagement of their

REGION Experts: Jobs for teens are plentiful

College and vocational students are often at an advantage in finding higher-paying summer positions.

Chaney continues to mourn loss of respected coach

The baseball team honored Bob Garcar this season by wearing black patches on their uniforms. By

Zaffino wins PBA tournament in Niles

NILES -- Jeff Zaffino of Warren, Pa., defeated Bob Learn Jr. 227-205 in the championship match to


AUCTIONS XHoyt Institute of Fine Arts, 124 E. Leasure Ave., New Castle, Pa., will hold a charity

Jury selection to begin in Utah polygamy case

Jury selection to begin in Utah polygamy case SALT LAKE CITY -- Tom Green believes it's his