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HERMITAGE Teacher admits failure to give student pills

HERMITAGE, Pa. -- Police said a special-needs teacher at Hickory High School admitted throwing away


REGION Financial-planning and insurance agencies merge VIENNA -- The E.R. Emery Agency, a

Man faces charges in paving scheme

GROVE CITY, Pa. -- Pennsylvania State Police said a New Castle man was arrested on charges of taking


PGA TOUR STATISTICS Final Scoring Average 1, Tiger Woods, 68.81. 2, Davis Love III, 69.06. 3,

SPEECH WINNERS Lisbon David Anderson High School

Results from Saturday's ninth annual Lisbon Kiwanis Speech Tournament: TOP TEAMS Niles McKinley,

MAHONING COUNTY Cameras coming to court

The system will provide a wireless linkup between the courthouse and the jail. By BOB JACKSON


DON'T BE FOOLED Attack scams Consumers can take some steps to protect themselves from being

MILTON TOWNSHIP 6 people arrested at bar go to initial court date

The bar owner and bouncer are charged with promoting prostitution. AUSTINTOWN -- Six of seven

FARRELL Church, others offer city free land

Real estate taxes are due on some of the lots. By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR SHARON BUREAU

SNOOP Block Watch meets at 7 p.m. Thursday at Jackson Elementary School, 1813 Windsor Ave.,

SNOOP Block Watch meets at 7 p.m. Thursday at Jackson Elementary School, 1813 Windsor Ave.,

Valley TV stations lay off 4 employees

YOUNGSTOWN -- The local CBS and Fox affiliates have laid off three part-time workers and one full-


OHIO REGIONAL SEMIFINALS DIVISION I All games Saturday, 7 p.m., unless otherwise noted. Region 1

WARREN Former Mahoning deputy withdraws his guilty plea

If convicted on all the charges, the former deputy sheriff could face 15 years in prison. By PEGGY

Pilot training

Pilot training NEW MIDDLETOWN -- State Rep. John Boccieri of New Middletown, an Air Force Reserve

SHARON Resident wants pit bulls to be removed

SHARON, Pa. -- Kim Greene fears the two large dogs that attacked and severely injured her Chihuahua

Beneath the red tape, an ugly tax package

Opinion: There is something unseemly about lobbyists using the political climate of the day to push through

LAWRENCE COUNTY Elections board probes complaints about ads

The complaints said the signs, postcards and advertisements misrepresent a ballot question. By

SEPT. 11 DONATIONS Red Cross officials reply to criticisms

Concerns about blood being discarded also are raising false alarms, a Red Cross official said. By

CORTLAND Church gets grant for housing

Church officials hope to break ground on the senior facility in about 10 months. By PEGGY


BASEBALL Becdir Construction -- still has openings for its Monday indoor baseball league at

NEW WILMINGTON Forum will address off-campus housing

Council unanimously passed a measure prohibiting open burning in the borough. By MARY GRZEBIENIAK

LISBON Grants save programs at women's shelter

The nonprofit Christina House may turn to private funding to help it meet funding shortfalls. By

Bottom of ninth belonged to Arizona when it counted

Opinion: In the end, it all came down to every baseball-playing kid's dream: to come up to bat in the bottom

Summary of recent police activity in Austintown Township and Canfield:

Summary of recent police activity in Austintown Township and Canfield: CANFIELD Oct. 28 Drug

WARREN School levy fliers hitch a ride with water bills

There's no extra cost to add a flier to city water bills. By AMANDA C. DAVIS VINDICATOR TRUMBULL

HERMITAGE, PA. Planners oppose request to develop land along freeway

A public hearing on the zoning plan is planned for Nov. 20 in city hall. By HAROLD GWIN

ANTHRAX Experts warn against scams

Stock up on the basics, but trash those e-mails and ads promising protection from anthrax or

St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Patrick and Maria Gentile, 760 Greenfield Drive, Youngstown, boy, Nov. 5. Carl and


STOCK, DIVIDENDBIDASKED Avalon Holdings,2.452.60 Banc One,.84,35.0335.04 Clear Channel, 40.65


Cardinal Mooney High School Class of 1981 will hold its 20-year reunion Nov. 23 at the high school.

COLUMBIANA Board will vote on whether to place levy on 2002 ballot

The replacement levy would cost the owner of a $100,000 home $27.81 a year more. By NANCY TULLIS

Safe stolen from home of bedridden man

LAKE MILTON -- A 70-year-old bedridden man watched as a stranger dressed in black crawled through

First National, Promistar to merge

HERMITAGE, Pa. -- First National Bank of Pennsylvania and Promistar Bank have received final

Buying foreign-made cars is unpatriotic

Opinion: Buying foreign-made cars is unpatriotic EDITOR: I am starting to see a lot of American flags

Salem library director hit by van, hospitalized

Salem library director hit by van, hospitalized SALEM -- George W.S. Hays, director of the Salem


Clothing distribution notices are to be submitted by 3 p.m. the day before they are to be published.


Opinion: THE NECESSARY FORCE Washington Post: The number of U.S. troops on the ground in Afghanistan is


Lock Haven (2-8) lost to Clarion, 13-0; Next: at Mansfield. Clarion (4-6) beat Lock Haven, 13-0;

Local parade for heroes attracts many groups

Local parade for heroes attracts many groups BOARDMAN -- Police and firefighters aren't the only

HUBBARD Officials question JEDD proposal

Hubbard city and township officials will meet Nov. 19 to hash out the land problem. By TIM YOVICH

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MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Christopher D. Vrabel, 29, of 235 Neff Drive, Canfield, and

OHIO Counties fear 'tax holiday'

Some officials don't think it will stimulate the economy. By JEFF ORTEGA VINDICATOR

Trimble re-elected to top post in N. Ireland

Trimble re-elected to top post in N. Ireland BELFAST, Northern Ireland -- David Trimble was re-

BOARDMAN ELECTIONS State to probe complaint filed by Cox

By JEFF ORTEGA VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT COLUMBUS -- Sam Moffie is welcoming a probe by the Ohio

Charged in embezzling

Charged in embezzling AUSTINTOWN -- A Madrid Drive man has been charged by the U.S. attorney's

DIANE MAKAR MURPHY A primer for next year's soccer parents

The last header is in the air (or has it already landed?). Soccer season is almost over. I have

Baseball items stolen

Baseball items stolen YOUNGSTOWN -- Valuable baseball memorabilia was taken from a West Side store