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I-80 lane reduction

I-80 lane reduction HUBBARD -- Starting today, traffic on Interstate 80 will be reduced to one 11-

Tonya Johnson, Mr. Gilliam plan August wedding

The engagement of Tonya L. Johnson of Warren and Stephen Todd Gilliam of Columbus is announced by

A MILITARY EXPERIENCE Civil Air Patrol lets youths try on wings

About 25 percent of the CAP cadets eventually enter the military, but the experience also leads some

COLUMBIANA CORNER Councilman fills in for absent clerk

The recent absence of Judi Allio, Salem City Council clerk, from a council meeting meant Councilman

Mosquito spraying scheduled next week

Mosquito spraying scheduled next week LIBERTY -- Alexander's Pest Control will spray for mosquitos

Heather Domark to be bride of David Molinaro

AUSTINTOWN -- Forest and Dorothy Molinaro of Austintown announce the engagement of their son, David

COLUMBIANA Car repair program keeps up good work

The program is part of an initiative intended to encourage people to get off welfare and go to work.


YOUNGSTOWN CITY Other eyesores Other significant eyesores in Youngstown, according to readers:

Council made the right decision on arena site

Opinion: Council made the right decision on arena site EDITOR: As a Youngstown taxpayer and resident, I

Targets differ in Austintown, Boardman

Boardman respondents focused on eyesores in their neighborhoods. AUSTINTOWN -- Two suburbs, two


RURAL AREAS Other eyesores Other significant eyesores in rural areas, according to readers:

St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Bridgette Rivera and John Vargas, 340 Kendis Circle, Apt. A, boy, May 17. Mario


SMALL CITIES Other eyesores Other significant eyesores in smaller cities in the Valley,

Legislature needs remedial education in the law

Opinion: When Thomas Moyer, chief justice of the Ohio Supreme Court, writes an opinion that tells the Ohio

LIBERTY Schools see shortfall for at-risk pupils

The school district is not receiving its full share of state money for students from Belmont Pines.

ONE ON ONE | Ron King Fast food manager soared to Eagle Heights

Q. Tell me about your career with Taco Bell? A. I worked five years with Hardees. I started at

New Castle woman charged with 3 counts of robbery

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Police say a woman demanding money threatened two convenience store clerks with a


CRIMESTOPPERS Greater Youngstown A homicide in Columbiana County is the focus of Crime Stoppers

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AGENDA TUESDAY Youngstown Board of Education, 6 p.m., caucus; 6:30 p.m., meeting, 20 W. Wood

WARREN SCHOOLS Turner group aims to help pupils with their attitudes

Middle-schoolers are learning conflict resolution. By JENNINE ZELEZNIK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF

Parents announce Rusu-Garchar engagement

The engagement of Lorraine Marie Rusu and Bryan Patrick Garchar, both of 6851 Berry Blossom Drive,

THE SERIES Penguins vs. Devils

New Jersey 3, Pittsburgh 1 Pittsburgh 4, New Jersey 2 New Jersey 3, Pittsburgh 0 New Jersey 5,

Petting zoo coming

Petting zoo coming WARREN -- Scope Senior Center will have a free petting zoo with llama, horse,


Opinion: Washington Post: As his tax bill chugs through Congress, President Bush has seized the opportunity


TRUMBULL COUNTY New complaints Charles H. Stanton Jr. vs. John Pizzurro, other torts.

Junk and run-down houses also plague country settings

Places like Kinsman and Lake Milton have eyesores, too, readers say. GREEN -- Rural areas offer


COLUMBIANA CO. Program details Columbiana County officials say a program that fixes vehicles for

"We want to try and stop bad habits from developing, so by the time they enter the work force, they

"We want to try and stop bad habits from developing, so by the time they enter the work force, they


Who: Pirates (Schmidt 1-1) at Phillies (Wolf 3-4). When: 7:05. Radio/TV: WKST-AM (1200), FOX


Opinion: NRC Handelsblad, The Hague, May 14: First the positive news: Italians do care about their country.

Hermitage police arrest 2 in 2 burglaries at same house

HERMITAGE, Pa. -- Police have arrested two men in two separate burglaries of a house at 36 W. Clark


BENEFITS XBoardman-Poland Junior Women's League and St. Elizabeth Health Center Department of


Who: Tigers (Weaver 3-5) at Indians (Colon 4-3). When: 7:05. Radio/TV: WKBN-AM (570), WPIC-AM


PROFILE Ron King Age: 46. Hometown: Youngstown, now lives in Austintown. Occupation:

Assault charge

Assault charge BESSEMER, Pa. -- A Bessemer man is in jail on charges of assaulting a Poland, Ohio,

YOUNGSTOWN Residents fear budget cuts will jeopardize safety

The White House said it wants to streamline the federal budget, but the cut will mean a free-for-all

Local nursing strike demands thoughtful legislative action

Opinion: State Sen. Timothy J. Ryan should consider the ramifications of his actions before he proceeds with

Cousins set up museum for Girl Scouting

The girls worked on the project to earn their Gold Award, the highest available to Girl Scouts. By

Fat Lady waiting in the wings

PITTSBURGH -- Somewhere between here and East Rutherford, N.J., a slender-challenged female is

SMALLER CITIES Readers target shabby houses

One Struthers woman compiled a list of more than 40 unsightly places in the city. STRUTHERS --

BROOKFIELD Township trustees consider zoning

The resolution will be available for preview. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF

Associated Press

Associated Press PRODUCTIVE YEAR: Technicians Gina Stephens, left, and Derrick Barnes of

Pilak-Ferguson wedding set for early September

AUSTINTOWN -- Mike and Linda Pilak, 172 Fair Meadow Drive, are announcing the engagement of their