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COLUMBIANA COUNTY United Way director gives update on campaign progress

Donations are ahead of the same time last year. SALEM -- Officials with United Way Services of


A step forward, but is it enough?

Youngstown State took a step forward Saturday with an impressive 31-7 victory over Southern Illinois


AGENDA

AGENDA TUESDAY Bazetta Township trustees, 7:30 p.m., township hall. Farmington Council, 7:30


2 men, 3 juveniles face theft charges

2 men, 3 juveniles face theft charges ELLWOOD CITY, Pa. -- Two men and three 17-year-old juveniles


YOUNGSTOWN SCHOOLS Administrator focuses on improvement

By RON COLE VINDICATOR EDUCATION WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- Many people in Tony DiRenzo's shoes would


WORLD SERIES Yankees vs. Diamondbacks

Oct. 27: Arizona 9, New York 1. Oct. 28: Arizona 4, New York 0. Tuesday: New York 2, Arizona 1.


Moving on

Moving on The complete Ohio and Western Pennsylvania high school football playoff pairings. Page


WORTH A LOOK

AUCTIONS XHubbard Rotary will hold an auction at 6 p.m. Thursday at The Brentford House, Myron


CRIME STOPPERS

CRIME STOPPERS Greater Youngstown A warrant for Theresa A. Glenn is the focus of Crime Stoppers


YOUNGSTOWN Man faces various charges after traffic stop and chase

A drug arrest, armed robbery and shooting were on the police detail Sunday. YOUNGSTOWN -- A 19-


Early tax planning

Early tax planning The tax filing deadline is five months away, but now is the time to begin tax


Officials unite for homeland security effort

The state would save millions by using established task forces to provide homeland security, an


With Mary Duke

With Mary Duke Age: 65. Hometown: Born in Warren; resident of Howland for 31 years.


BIRTHS

BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Virgilio and Barbara Rosario, 2806 Rexford Drive, Youngstown, girl, Nov. 3.


STOCK, DIVIDENDBIDASKED

STOCK, DIVIDENDBIDASKED Avalon Holdings,2.30 2.60 Banc One,.84,34.8934.90 Clear Channel,


The high cost of safety

Opinion: It goes without saying that the human toll from the September 11 terrorist attacks can never be


A Celtic tribute that's all-American

WARREN -- Don't let the kilts fool you. The members of the Celtic Flame Pipe Band are Americans.


White powder probed

White powder probed NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Authorities are investigating the origin of white powder


A vote for freedom

Opinion: On the eve of every election, we use this space to remind the voters of the Mahoning and Shenango


Voters encouraged to read to pupils

AUSTINTOWN -- Township voters performing their civic duty on Tuesday will be asked to contribute in


REGION

REGION Care center to add nursing-home units HOWLAND -- Shepherd of the Valley has begun


TALE OF TWO TEAMS: Arizona Diamondbacks, including pitcher Curt Schilling, facing camera, celebrate

TALE OF TWO TEAMS: Arizona Diamondbacks, including pitcher Curt Schilling, facing camera, celebrate


Small meals have inmates grumbling

Akron lawyers who monitor county jail conditions just gave the facility good marks. By PATRICIA


Examples of daily menus:

Examples of daily menus: Breakfast: Cold cereal, 1 cup; pastry, one; bread, two slices; margarine,


SEBRING Renovated schools reopen to accolades

By TELA DURBIN VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT SEBRING -- The first Mahoning County school project


OHIO Little-known law aims to save troopers' lives from motorists

Drivers must move over or slow down when passing a stopped safety vehicle. By MICHELE C. HLADIK


Rider causes bus crash

Rider causes bus crash CASA GRANDE, Ariz. -- A Greyhound bus passenger apparently frustrated that


Panel would oversee income tax department

The mayor's suggestion comes after a state auditor's review of the city income tax department. By


Police charge two in drug offenses

BOARDMAN -- Township police charged a 47-year-old Youngstown woman and a 47-year-old Youngstown man


YOUNGSTOWN Police chase brings charges

YOUNGSTOWN -- The chase started when a police sergeant attempted to warn a 35-year-old Girard man


Ecumenical service to follow parade

Ecumenical service to follow parade GIRARD -- A Community Service for God and Country will be


NFL Week 8

Sunday's Games Baltimore 13, Pittsburgh 10. Chicago 27, Cleveland 21, OT. Green Bay 21, Tampa


Airport authority readies for expansion

The runway project will open the airport to corporate aircraft, which could bring economic


Fall menswear is ruggedly preppy

BALTIMORE SUN According to Sid Marshburn, a designer for Lands' End, the look for men this fall is


Authorities investigate suspicious bags

AUSTINTOWN -- Police collected two bags of suspicious substances during the weekend. The first bag


LOCAL

LOCAL Ticket notice NORTH LIMA -- Tickets for the South Range-Warren JFK football playoff game,


BOARDMAN Cox files complaint to counter statements

One of the trustee's opponents says he will file a counterclaim. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR


COLUMBUS Dairy farmers stand to benefit if Ohio is added to price pact

Critics say the compacts force consumers to pay higher prices. By JEFF ORTEGA VINDICATOR


Girard police arrest, charge 2 juveniles in armed robbery

Girard police arrest, charge 2 juveniles in armed robbery GIRARD -- Police arrested two juveniles


WESTMINSTER COLLEGE Green Township figure skater overcomes a serious setback

An injury and surgery in 1998 kept her off the ice for several months. By LAURE CIOFFI


POLAND Park update awaits approval

Council is expected to address the matter at Wednesday's meeting. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR.


TRUMBULL COUNTY

TRUMBULL COUNTY Docket Tracy L. Greene vs. Bradley S. Haines Jr., settled and dismissed.


OHIO DAIRY How large

Top Ohio counties for milk cows (as of Jan. 2001). 1) Wayne County (No. of milk cows 33,300) 2)


FRANCE

Opinion: FRANCE Liberation, Paris, Oct. 31: The United States is going to be forced to modify its air


ONE-ON-ONE | Mary Duke Straight talk to teens concerning sexual abstinence

You preach abstinence. Total. Make sure you say total abstinence. There is also what they call "


Union says no layoffs, freezes

Mayor James Melfi says city workers don't fully understand the city's financial problem. By TIM


U.S. can't end terrorism with current strategy

Opinion: U.S. can't end terrorism with current strategy EDITOR: We can identify with those who are


Vehicle impounded

Vehicle impounded CAMPBELL -- Police impounded an 18-year-old Campbell man's vehicle after a