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Stories published May 22, 2001
The congressman should not consider the vote a victory, the union's president said. By DAVID
Last year, about half the people who challenged their property tax bill got some relief. By
YOUNGSTOWN -- Mrs. Stephen J. Szabo Jr., 1051 Westport Drive, is announcing the engagement of her
AGENDA WEDNESDAY Mathews Board of Education, 7 p.m., 4434-B Warren-Sharon Road, Vienna.
Township residents will pay the tax, and it's a possibility that city residents could be taxed
Prosecutors want Joseph Maderitz, a former probation officer, to be incarcerated. By BOB JACKSON
The new principal is replacing a longtime educator. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU
layout i see looks like it takes a 3-48-2 semibold head. guy.
Council will discuss ways to beef up the city's population. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM
Opinion: Chicago Tribune: Soon after they convicted Nathaniel Brazill of second-degree murder in the shooting
In city and suburban neighborhoods, people are fighting blighted conditions. YOUNGSTOWN -- Nobody
UNDERCLASS DIVISION (9TH-10TH GRADERS) Bantamweights Adam Johnson (0-1), Austintown Fitch, vs.
Mental health vigil WARREN -- A prayer vigil will take place at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the gazebo on
AUSTINTOWN -- Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Grischow of Austintown are announcing the engagement of their
St. Elizabeth Nelson and Lisa Schiavi, 457 W. Wilson St., Struthers, girl, may 21. Donald and
The district may have to raise taxes to help pay off a bond issue for the high school project. By
The K.O. Drugs high school tournament continues Wednesday at Liberty. LIBERTY -- The fourth night
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. -- The Wilmington Area School District agreed to pay EON Communications of New
Who: Tigers (Weaver 3-5) at Indians (Colon 4-3). When: 7:05. Radio/TV: WKBN-AM (570), WPIC-AM
STRUTHERS -- The city has its new city council president and 1st Ward councilman. Danny Thomas
THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN Phar-Mor's interest in Drug Emporium could lead to an auction in court.
CANFIELD -- Atty. and Mrs. Edward Czopur, 440 Greenmont Drive, are announcing the engagement of
MERCER, Pa. -- The bluebird population in Mercer County is getting some housing assistance from the
Above and below, Bar, a Youngstown Police Department dog, sniffs lockers for drugs at Fitch High
Lawyers and federal mediators spent the night negotiating, and talks are expected to continue today.
An attorney said the estate hasn't given up on its search for a buyer. By CYNTHIA VINARSKY
People's Chapel Church of God, 2145 Hillman St., Youngstown, various commodities, 11 a.m. Wednesday.
Public officials in the Valley say eliminating blight already is getting maximum attention.
Police investigate why brothers ran from home NILES -- Warren police and the county's child
The Champion High School senior is one of the top scholars in the country. By JENNINE ZELEZNIK
The Packard Park board will apply for federal money to meet ADA compliance. By AMANDA C. DAVIS
New coach needed Sharon is looking for a new boys varsity basketball coach. The contract held by
New Jersey 3, Pittsburgh 1. Pittsburgh 4, New Jersey 2. New Jersey 3, Pittsburgh 0. New Jersey
Part of the issue concerned the handling of a driving while under the influence arrest. By NORMAN
Opinion: Thanks to Traficant, good companies won't relocate EDITOR: His colleagues voted James Traficant
Richard Jr. and Dorothy Kyle, 4362 Timberbrook Drive, Canfield, and Roman and Wieslawa Sawicki, 3843
BASEBALL Babe Ruth (Age 14-15) Youngstown Express 2, Rondinelli Tuxedo 0 -- John Mang and Mark
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Chaney High School Class of 1956 will hold its 45-year class reunion Aug. 25 at the Holiday Inn in
POLAND -- The engagement of Daneen Donatelli of Toledo and Martin Holmes Jr., a son of Martin Sr.
DIVISION III Where: Massillon Genshaft Park. Teams: South Range (15-11) vs. LaGrange Keystone
Man to answer charges of vehicular homicide NILES -- A 44-year-old Youngstown man is to appear
POLAND -- Thomas and Carolyn Nardella, 2371 Lyon Blvd., announce the engagement of their daughter,
The city's board of control approved these items recently: Granting $40,000 to Cafaro Co., owners
Proper etiquette helps society run more smoothly, an author of a book on the subject says. By SEAN
Teamsters are optimistic about a settlement at St. E's. VINDICATOR STAFF REPORT BOARDMAN --
LITTER Fast facts Why people litter: They feel no sense of ownership, even though parks and
RECOGNITION Neighborhood cleanup Many city, suburban and rural residents band together to clean
Gary Revale has led the team for the past five seasons. By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR SHARON BUREAU
The 18-year department veteran had a history of being late for work. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR
The board won't fund any field trips next school year. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR NEW CASTLE
A union official said the SEIU will keep trying to organize workers at Sharon Regional Health
POLICE CALLS Liberty, Girard, Hubbard Summary of police activity: LIBERTY May 8 Theft: A
The U.S. Postal Service has halted mail delivery until the dog is removed. By HAROLD GWIN
BERLIN CENTER -- It might go down as the longest softball game in history. Western Reserve High
Extended-day services BELOIT -- An informational meeting on West Branch schools' extended-day
Both suits are seeking in excess of $25,000. No hearing date has been set. By PEGGY SINKOVICH
Many of the parents involved filled a row in court. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF
A souvenir baseball bat is an 'important link' to the attacker, police say. By IAN HILL
An increase would go toward the renovation of the high school/middle school. By HAROLD GWIN
Freed on bond, man faces multiple charges SHARON, Pa. -- Richard B. Cole, 34, of Orchard Street,
Barely a year after Cheri Picken's mother died of skin cancer, Cheri was diagnosed with breast
MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Christopher S. Tunison, 20, of 41 S. Marcia Drive, Austintown,
One council member says the city has more pressing issues than prohibiting motorists from using cell
YOUNGSTOWN -- Picture unavoidable bursts of purple petunias, cater-cornered from one another near
Opinion: There are lots of buildings on the campus of Youngstown State University, and those buildings have
"Everybody's been wonderful. It's great to see all these people come together." Katie Squibbs
Opinion: The unholy holy war must stop. As Israelis and Palestinians push themselves and each other to the
HOW EYESORES START Litter and illegal dumping often are the earliest indications a neighborhood is