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Stories published November 8, 2001

WEDNESDAY'S GAMES

WEDNESDAY'S GAMES New Jersey 3, Atlanta 2 Florida 2, Pittsburgh 0 San Jose 2, Dallas 2, tie


OHIO Colleges try to stem more funding cuts

Ohio State University raised tuition 9.3 percent. By JEFF ORTEGA VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT


EAST PALESTINE ELEMENTARY Wanted: volunteers to teach reading

Volunteers should have a willingness to help others and believe children learn in different ways.


OHIO Budget retains funds for GM

The state department and the governor remain committed to the Lordstown complex, a spokeswoman said.


Co-defendant's arraignment postponed

CLEVELAND -- Arraignment of Richard E. Detore, 41, of Clifton, Va., on a charge of conspiracy to


St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Carl and Judy Nittoli, 8411 Four Seasons Trail, Poland, girl, Nov. 7. Enrique Jr.


TRUMBULL COUNTY Searches made in gambling probe

The yearlong investigation involved local, state and federal officials. By PEGGY SINKOVICH


VETERANS DAY Events

A listing of local Veterans Day observances: MAHONING COUNTY YOUNGSTOWN United Veterans


BAZETTA TOWNSHIP Levies' approval allows police to reinstate officers, secretary

A five-year plan will be created to ensure the money will be spent properly, the police chief said.


STOCK, DIVIDENDBIDASKED

STOCK, DIVIDENDBIDASKED Avalon Holdings,2.212.45 Banc One,.84,35.8235.91 Clear Channel, 39.85


VOLLEYBALL 11 are named to all-state

COLUMBUS -- Juniors Katy Jo Mroski of Hubbard and Tealle Hunkus of Girard top the list of district


BASKETBALL LeCrone says YSU is perfect for loop

The Horizon League commissioner said Youngstown State's membership provides a third Ohio school.


LOCAL

LOCAL Niles soccer banquet Nov. 18 NILES -- For the first time in school history, the Niles


YOUNGSTOWN School official ponders leaving

An incumbent defeated in the election said area Hispanics need stronger political organization. By


Courtney's debut

Courtney's debut Courtney Brown had watched from the sidelines for six weeks. He needed just one


WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS

WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS BASKETBALL MEN'S SCORES SOUTH Cumberland, Tenn. 93, Arkansas Baptist 54


LOWELLVILLE Raccoon killed by police had rabies, tests prove

The rabid raccoon is the first found in Mahoning County since 1999. By WILLIAM K. ALCORN


Winds of change sweep through Campbell BOE

Opinion: What message were the voters of the Campbell School District delivering when they ousted the two


SALEM Teacher faces charges of assaulting student

Authorities say the teacher hit a ninth-grader with a piece of chalk. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR


South Sider stabbed

South Sider stabbed YOUNGSTOWN -- A 30-year-old South Side man is in stable condition at Northside


SHARON Diesel fuel leaks from generator, flows into stream near hospital

The Elks Lodge reported a suspicious odor in the area. SHARON, Pa. -- Authorities said at least


Leslie Brooke, Kirk Agee set wedding date

YOUNGSTOWN -- Wayne and Marie Brooke of Youngstown are announcing the engagement of their daughter,


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Joselito Figueroa, 36, of 108 Gluck St., Youngstown, and


GAMBLING PROBE What was found

Federal authorities used search warrants to gather what they say is evidence against seven men


OUT-OF-TOWN BIRTHS

A son, Zachary Thomas, was born Oct. 19 at St. Vincent Hospital, Carmel, Ind., to Anthony and


REGION

REGION Salem companies contract with Army SALEM -- Two Salem companies have signed contracts


FLAG FOOTBALL

FLAG FOOTBALL Creekside Dome in Girard -- is where Winter Flag Football League will play. Teams


Father sentenced for taking child

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Marie Turner left the courtroom in tears, but, for once, they were tears of joy.


Zoning issue delays county EMA building

By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR COURTHOUSE REPORTER YOUNGSTOWN -- Construction of a new building for


Navy ends search for victim of sinking

Navy ends search for victim of sinking HONOLULU -- The Navy has ended its recovery effort at the


Campbell man charged with mail fraud

CLEVELAND -- A Campbell man is charged in federal court here with committing mail fraud while


Poland, Hubbard set for first-ever contest

They're meeting Friday night in a regional semifinal. By JOHN BASSETTI VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF


SHARON Big, big rig makes stop in city lot

The rig has 18 sets of tandem wheels. SHARON, Pa. -- The city had a huge overnight guest downtown


WARREN Man gets 7 years in prison for rape

The victim gave the defendant a Bible and told him to read it while he was in prison. By PEGGY


DIANE MAKAR MURPHY Mass will honor veterans and terrorist victims

Sunday is Veterans Day. It is also the two-month anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the World


DUE PROCESS MUST SURVIVE

Opinion: DUE PROCESS MUST SURVIVE Los Angeles Times: The nationwide dragnet begun after the Sept. 11


Area's ability to handle disaster to be assessed

The tests were scheduled for Sept. 13-14, but were delayed after the terrorist attacks. By BOB


Campbell man faces charge in kidnapping of girlfriend

CAMPBELL -- Police said a 36-year-old Campbell man who kidnapped his girlfriend at gunpoint was


For firefighters, parade holds honors and grief

For firefighters, parade holds honors and grief BOARDMAN -- Saturday's parade will be an


LORDSTOWN Monitor to assist school district finances

The commission chairman said appointment of a monitor is routine, not in response to district


CLEVELAND Former paving foreman charged with mail fraud

The man's boss and a supervisor have already pleaded guilty in the scheme. By DAVID SKOLNICK


COLUMBIANA CO. Transit system looks at fares

An official said the agency is facing a $75,000 to $100,000 shortfall next year. By NORMAN LEIGH


TRUMBULL COUNTY Gambling probe leads to searches

The yearlong investigation involved local, state and federal officials. By PEGGY SINKOVICH


YOUNGSTOWN Council tables vote on CIC

Approving an income tax amnesty and rate increase for downtown heat were among notable items. By


POLAND TOWNSHIP Talkin' trash at the landfill? Then more power to you

A new electricity plant is expected to begin operating in a few weeks. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR.


POLICE BLOTTER Liberty, Hubbard, Girard

Summary of police activity: LIBERTY Oct. 22 Auto theft: A 1994 Ford van was stolen from


Harris-Lehman wedding date to be Dec. 15

Plans for the forthcoming marriage of Stacie Jean Harris and Jason Michael Lehman, both of Niles,


NILES Treasurer-elect resists tax panel

The committee would assist in collecting taxes from the 40 percent who didn't file. By DENISE DICK


U The two local options in Boardman Township involving Creekside Beverage, 1401 Boardman-Canfield

U The two local options in Boardman Township involving Creekside Beverage, 1401 Boardman-Canfield


WARREN REDEVELOPMENT

An auction will be held next week to raise more money. By AMANDA C. DAVIS VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


OTHER ITEMS Youngstown council

City council members handled these items during a special meeting Wednesday: Heard Rufus Hudson,


Paltrow objects to photo layout

Paltrow objects to photo layout LOS ANGELES -- Gwyneth Paltrow is angry that a photo shoot for


Mahoning Valley union leaders are threatening the political future of two Trumbull County

Mahoning Valley union leaders are threatening the political future of two Trumbull County


By DEBORA SHAULIS

By DEBORA SHAULIS ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR hey're too busy. They're uninterested. They're too


YOUNGSTOWN Summit urges South Ave. unity

THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN A phone system and business 'block watch' were proposed at the meeting.


RECYCLING Sites

BFI Waste Services, in cooperation with the Mahoning County Solid Waste District and The Green Team,


Teri McCullick, Travis O'Sullivan are engaged

YOUNGSTOWN -- Terrance and Cheryl McCullick, 4785 Logan Arms Drive, are announcing the engagement of


Greater Mount Calvary Baptist Church, 467 Cohasset Drive, Youngstown, 12:30 p.m. Friday. Food only, bring containers and identification.

Food and clothing distribution notices are to be submitted by 3 p.m. the day before they are to be


Giving garbage back to the community in the form of electricity is the idea behind a new effort at

Giving garbage back to the community in the form of electricity is the idea behind a new effort at


Talkin' trash? More power to you

A new electricity plant is expected to begin operating in a few weeks. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR.


South Range recovers after fullback injured

The Raiders have regrouped after losing Jeff Johnston, but face a challenge in Warren JFK. By JOHN


Zillo touched by pilot's family

NEW YORK -- Jason Zillo, the New York Yankees' assistant director of media relations for the past


PREP FOOTBALL PLAYOFF PAIRINGS

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


Stolen lifting equipment recovered by police

Stolen lifting equipment recovered by police HUBBARD -- Township police have recovered a stolen


MERCER County judges interview commissioner candidates

The judges plan to make their appointment immediately after completing the last interview Friday.


WARREN Unions press commissioners to end the walkout at CSEA

Health insurance co-payments are the central issue. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


Speakers offer perspectives on war from three faiths

Beware of simple solutions to complex problems, a speaker warned. By PETER H. MILLIKEN


Veterans Day is special and should be preserved

Opinion: EDITOR: This Veterans Day, we commemorate the bravery of those Americans who left their families,


Remembering heroes

Remembering heroes SHARON, Pa. -- Covenant Presbyterian Church, 263 E. State St., will have a