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Best Bets on TV tonight

Spears walks the line between woman and girl COLUMBUS -- Britney Spears wanted to make a statement


Offense in gear as Penguins cruise

Offense in gear as Penguins cruise The Youngstown State men's basketball team placed five players


BOARDMAN Trustee amends finance report

The official said the negative publicity about the loan could cost him some votes but not the


COLLEGE BASKETBALL YSU hits 61.5 percent in win over Argentina

Freshman Doug Underwood scored 30 points and senior Ryan Patton 22 to pace a 118-82 exhibition


17TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT Trumbull Co. leaders' desire to split causes stir

The regional bond among Mahoning, Trumbull and Columbiana counties would be severed in a


HIGH SCHOOL PREVIEW Saturday night playoff football

DIVISION VI WELLSVILLE vs. NEWARK CATHOLIC When: 7. Where: White Field, Newark. Playoff


YOUNGSTOWN Councilmen urge demise of redevelopment agency

CIC won't disappear even if council ends the relationship, the chamber said. By ROGER G. SMITH


Man who held police at bay to be released

A neighbor doesn't want her house back in the line of fire. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR COURTHOUSE


Many consumers opt to hoard cash

Consumers are reallocating their investments, not dumping cash into the stock market. By MARALINE


Forum Health Northside

Forum Health Northside Alan and Lisa Blake, 30053 Carey Road, Salem, girl, Nov. 2. Ross Victor


WPIAL New Castle snuffed in 17-0 playoff loss

The Red Hurricanes were held by Hampton to 38 total yards and two first downs. By ERIC POOLE


YOUNGSTOWN St. Patrick's will celebrate renovated church

YOUNGSTOWN -- St. Patrick Parish will celebrate its anniversary renovation at its 10:30 a.m. Mass on


FEDERAL STREET Pros and cons

INTERSECTION WITH TRAFFIC LIGHTS Benefits Excellent traffic movement. Retain familiar traffic


About Red Cross donations:

About Red Cross donations: Myth: Families of victims are not receiving Red Cross financial


MAHONING COUNTY Plan for court move to annex falls flat

Discussions with the city have dragged on too long, a county official said. By BOB JACKSON


YOUNGSTOWN Donation to help establish tech center

The center should be open some time this month. YOUNGSTOWN -- Ameritech has provided $43,600 to


Sharon advances to play Northeast

ERIE, Pa. -- Sharon took advantage of a failed Mercyhurst Prep on-side kickoff at the start of the


YOUNGSTOWN Web poll voters: Reopen Federal Plaza to automobile traffic

Voters were divided almost evenly between an intersection with traffic signals and a traffic circle.


Islam talk set

Islam talk set WARREN -- Dr. Mustansir Mir will speak on the subject "Islam in the Context of


Red Cross debunks concerns about aid

Area chapter directors have received few calls from concerned residents. By WILLIAM K. ALCORN


Like in 1997, Chaney gains 13-7 triumph

By GREG GULAS VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT YOUNGSTOWN -- If you are Chaney High football coach Ron


Burning odor attributed to W.Va. forest fires

Burning odor attributed to W.Va. forest fires YOUNGSTOWN -- A burning odor that wafted into the


Browns-Bears

Browns-Bears David Terrell has made a classic NFL rookie mistake, one he might regret Sunday.


GRADUATES

Bachelor's degrees, unless otherwise noted. SLIPPERY ROCK UNIVERSITY Slippery Rock -- Anthony


CHRISTMAS

CHRISTMAS Church services The Vindicator will run a listing of area services that are open to


LAKE MILTON Undercover cops arrest 7 at local bar

Township police want the bar's liquor license to be revoked. LAKE MILTON -- An undercover police


YOUNGSTOWN Southside Lions Club celebrates 50th year, honors charter members

The group observed 50 years of service to the community. YOUNGSTOWN -- The Youngstown Southside


LEISURE LEARNING IN LORDSTOWN Coffeehouse ambiance perks up British lit class

Students say the decor provides a more relaxed classroom atmosphere. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR


Dorms have Internet

Dorms have Internet 601 colleges nationwide have high-speed Internet in their dormitories,


YOUNGSTOWN Gag order keeps cops quiet in assault case

The judge said YPD should have been able to police itself without a court order. By BOB JACKSON


The grand reopening will begin with a march around the church at 10:20 a.m., followed by the raising

The grand reopening will begin with a march around the church at 10:20 a.m., followed by the raising


When art, faith go hand in hand

Faith meets fun through a new local theater group. By D.A. WILKINSON VINDICATOR RELIGION EDITOR


SLIPPERY ROCK, PA. Chancellor of education visits

The chancellor for higher education is visiting all 14 state-operated universities in Pennsylvania.


REGION

REGION Chamber of commerce presents awards dinner COLUMBIANA -- Tickets are available at the


Coming together Families provide a boost for some local businesses

Despite the uncertain economy, shoppers don't pinch pennies when they find a good deal. By


BOARDMAN Pact ends ambulance dispute

The contract took effect Thursday. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER BOARDMAN --


34WEST Performances The 34west Theater Co. of Boardman is bringing faith-based professional theater to the area. Upcoming shows include:

"John, His Story," based on the Gospel of John, at Fifth Avenue Community Church, Youngstown, at 6


GIRARD School board hopeful's hiring is OK with rivals

Girard school board candidates praise the hiring of a fellow candidate. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR


Long Island Newsday

Long Island Newsday INVESTIGATOR: Sgt. Ralph Sarchie pursues evildoers as a New York Police


Special to The Vindicator

Special to The Vindicator HOLIDAY AHOY! Jennifer Knecht of Houston, Texas, portrays Molly Jacobson


BOARDMAN Rulli's property sale becomes official

Three Rulli brothers had owned the Boardman building and property. BOARDMAN -- The owner of Rulli


YOUNGSTOWN City teacher wins top honors

The honoree has worked with Youth for Justice and Odyssey of the Mind. YOUNGSTOWN -- Penny Wells,


Bush takes Cambodia off drug-trafficker list

Bush takes Cambodia off drug-trafficker list WASHINGTON -- President Bush removed Cambodia from


HERMITAGE Shooting witness changes story

Authorities are now looking for a man known only by his three street names. By HAROLD GWIN


YSU senior lands on magazine cover

YSU senior lands on magazine cover YOUNGSTOWN -- Jeff Parks of Liberty, a Youngstown State


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Russell B. Fox, 37, of 581 Forestridge, Boardman, and Sharon


COLLEGE FOOTBALL YSU starts late-season quest for playoff spot

The Penguins must beat Southern Illinois today and win their final two games to make the playoffs.


ERNIE BROWN JR. Don't pass up your chance to make a difference

Our son, Kevin, recently had a homework assignment to write a report on his pet peeves. It didn't


BASEBALL/SOFTBALL

BASEBALL/SOFTBALL Line Drive -- Baseball/Softball Academy will offer hitting, pitching and


YOUNGSTOWN IDEA intends to be lightbulb over faith

The religious community saw a need for more interfaith activities before Sept. 11. By D.A.


MAHONING COUNTY Gains says he urged Sherlock to make call

One of the commissioner's trips raises 'all kinds of questions,' the county prosecutor said. By


Gary Bauschatz is coming home after being away some four years, but it's doubtful he'll be greeted

Gary Bauschatz is coming home after being away some four years, but it's doubtful he'll be greeted


YOUNGSTOWN Hospital buyer plans renewal

Plans to convert the hospital to an office complex are expected to create as many as 300 jobs. By


SCORES, SUMMARIES & amp; SCHEDULE

FRIDAY'S RESULTS FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS AREA Division II Chaney 13, Walsh Jesuit 7 Green 37,


WIN, PLACE & amp; SHOW

NORTHFIELD RESULTS FRIDAY 1st--Spademania(D Mc Kirgan)16.405.803.60 Jerrod Coy(R


Eighty percent of workers ages 40 to 50 expect to work beyond age 65, and one out of three retirees

Eighty percent of workers ages 40 to 50 expect to work beyond age 65, and one out of three retirees


Inmate to be released

Inmate to be released YOUNGSTOWN -- Addie Crawley, sentenced to jail for shooting her ex-husband


Hubbard plays like steel, melts Mantua

By CHUCK HOUSTEAU VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT HUBBARD -- There certainly were plenty of heroes for


YSU starts late-season quest for playoff spot

The Penguins must beat Southern Illinois today and win their final two games to make the playoffs.


YOUNGSTOWN South Side drug raids net five arrests

Police collected photos of gang members, cash, drugs and weapons. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR


CLUB CALENDAR

ADVISORIES XChampion Parents Advisory will meet at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at the high school media


GAME TIME Today

Who: Tulsa at Oklahoma. When: 3 p.m.


AKRON West Branch bows to Hoban defense

The Knights' defense sacked the Warrior quarterback nine times. VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF AKRON --


Pastor appreciation

Pastor appreciation WARREN -- Christ Memorial Baptist Church will have an appreciation day for


Trumbull Co. leaders' desire to split causes stir

The regional bond among Mahoning, Trumbull and Columbiana counties would be severed in a


AUSTINTOWN Man who held police at bay to be released

A neighbor doesn't want her house back in the line of fire. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR COURTHOUSE


PENNSYLVANIA Sharpsville pounds Conneaut Valley

The Devils thrive on a swarming defense and a strong running game, and both came through Friday.


DIVISION V South Range ousts Columbia by 23-0

Jim Sanders' sharp aerial performance and the Raiders' strong defensive effort keyed their playoff


Do not be deceived, God is not mocked; for you reap whatever you sow.

Do not be deceived, God is not mocked; for you reap whatever you sow. Galatians 6:7


Battle for Youngstown Muni is too close for us to call

Opinion: For an hour and a half one day last week, the candidates for Youngstown Municipal Court met in a


YSU

YSU Diver Goettsch is athlete of week YOUNGSTOWN -- Youngstown State senior diver Brandi