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Gunshots reported

Gunshots reported YOUNGSTOWN -- Two female Rural Metro Ambulance medics were shot at six to eight


SUMMER HOURS Mahoning County libraries

Locations and summer hours for The Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County facilities


LORDSTOWN GM still mulling over plans for revamp

THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN Plans for the GM Lordstown plant remodel are in process, but officials


DIANE MAKAR MURPHY Mother's Day provides a time to remember

On Mother's Day, we loaded my mom's wheelchair into my sister's van and headed to Rockefeller Park


FINALS CARD KO Drugs boxing tournament

UNDERCLASS DIVISION (9th-10th graders) Bantamweight -- Juan Vega (Campbell, 3-0) vs. Matt Ramun


WARREN At center, teens get attention

The center provides transportation for teens who don't live nearby. By PEGGY SINKOVICH


HIGH SCHOOL PREVIEW State softball

Who: Boardman (28-3) vs. Hilliard Davidson (29-3). What: Division I state semifinal. When: 12:30


Friendship Day

Friendship Day Heather Vance Friendship Day for pediatric cancer patients and their families will


COLUMBIANA COUNTY Teacher charged in murder plot

Others may be charged in the conspiracy, the sheriff says. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM


AGENDA

AGENDA WEDNESDAY Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County, board of trustees personnel


1st Ward

1st Ward Old Furnace Road, from Pioneer Pavilion bridge to East Park. Applegate Road, from


School board planning

School board planning HOWLAND -- The board of education will conduct a special meeting at 8 a.m.


KO DRUGS BOXING Final bell is about to ring

Wednesday is championship fight night at old Liberty High School. By BOB ROTH VINDICATOR


NILES Eighth-graders' project picked for U.S. show

The eighth-graders' project is one of 10 from across the country to be displayed at the National


NEW CASTLE Getting a read on summer

Well-known county residents will be dressed in storybook costumes as part of the summer reading


WARREN Leader of union hopes TMH avoids nurses strike

Forum Health's Trumbull nurses earn less than those in Mahoning, so parity will be a contract issue


LIBERTY POLICE Ex-captain appeals move

The interim chief eased her duties somewhat, but the former captain says the workload is still


GIRARD Test results in wake of illness lead to revamping in school

The testing found mold, fungus and bacteria in the carpeting and a lack of fresh air. By DENISE


WKBN RADIO Traficant says he'll stay mum on case

About 50 protesters greeted the congressman outside the radio station today. By DAVID SKOLNICK


CLASS B BASEBALL Astro's offense highlights holiday action

Roth Brothers, Youngstown Express, W.W. Heating and Livi were also winners. STRUTHERS -- Astro


SUMMER READING Lawrence County

What: Animal Odyssey, a free kickoff to summer reading programs at the county libraries. When: 10


DIVISION I SOFTBALL Boardman doesn't back down on its way to state

Coach Bill Amero made sure his players were primed for the tournament grind. By TOM WILLIAMS


YOUNGSTOWN Development center has eye on expansion

The Potential Development Center will soon be encouraging communication and other skills with a


YOUNGSTOWN Paving of 58 streets to begin soon

Other paving projects also are happening, one new and the other resuming from last year. By ROGER


Another administration gives steel industry short shrift

Opinion: The Clinton administration abandoned American steel workers and the American steel industry in their


No room for prior restraint

Opinion: Thirty years ago, The New York Times began publishing what came to be known as the "Pentagon


Electricity goes out

Electricity goes out BOARDMAN -- Nearly 900 homes and businesses lost power for 90 minutes Monday


TRUMBULL COUNTY

TRUMBULL COUNTY Marriage licenses Aaron Bates, 24, of 8220 Middlefield, and Chandra Harper, 29,


St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Tino and Michelle Merlo, 112 Muirfield, Warren, girl, May 27. Thomas and Suzanne


Devils' horror film

Devils' horror film While watching videotape of his team's miserable Game 1 performance in the


Separated living has many causes

The area has a good recipe for segregated life, a researcher on population trends said. YOUNGSTOWN


YOUNGSTOWN Black, Jewish teens head to D.C. for mission

The teens will also meet with one of Ohio's senators and members of U.S. Rep. James A Traficant


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TEENS AND TRUCKS

Opinion: Raleigh News & amp; Observer: Even experienced drivers become a little white-knuckled when an


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By PETER H. MILLIKEN

By PETER H. MILLIKEN VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER BELOIT -- Grief-stricken parents in this small,