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TRAFICANT CASE Rep arraigned again

The congressman repeatedly told a magistrate that he has no interest in hiring an attorney. By


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STRUTHERS Mayor to probe handling of case

The mayor said officers will be reprimanded if they failed to perform their duties in a criminal

SHENANGO VALLEY Water company seeks rate rise

An ongoing capital improvement program was cited as the reason for the request. SHARON, Pa. -- The

N.Y. firefighters to get painting

The parade will start at 10 a.m. today on Market Street in Boardman. BOARDMAN -- A print of a

YOUNGSTOWN Judge drops lawyer's charges

The former Youngstown Municipal Court magistrate said she always believed justice would win. By

Let your steadfast love, O LORD, be upon us, even as we hope in you.

Let your steadfast love, O LORD, be upon us, even as we hope in you. Psalm 33:22

MESSAGE: The Rev. Rolando Rojas is helping Spanish Evangelical Church in Youngstown grow. A recent

MESSAGE: The Rev. Rolando Rojas is helping Spanish Evangelical Church in Youngstown grow. A recent

Cowboys fall prey to sloppy play

Green took advantage of four fumbles to cruise past Chaney, 34-0. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR

SCIENCE IN MOTION Pupils are up to the challenge

The statewide science outreach program was started by a New Castle native. By LAURE CIOFFI

Time for 'Frasier' to look at Sept. 11?

Time for 'Frasier' to look at Sept. 11? Kelsey Grammer wants an episode of "Frasier" to deal with

Services set for trooper killed on I-79

WAMPUM, Pa. -- Services will be at 1 p.m. Sunday at Teolis Funeral Home in Ellwood City for

MiniPage activities meet many state and national educational standards. This week's standards:

MiniPage activities meet many state and national educational standards. This week's standards:

Braving the crowds

Braving the crowds Worries about large crowds or anthrax may not discourage shoppers. A survey


DIANE BAKER GREGORY BARNES COLUMBIANA -- Nuptial vows were exchanged at 2 p.m. Oct. 6 by Diane

Parade goers to receive red, white, blue bread

Parade goers to receive red, white, blue bread BOARDMAN -- Great Harvest Bread Co. will be handing

DISTRICT 10 PLAYOFFS Wilmington tops Greenville 28-7 for District 10 AAA title

The Greyhounds use four big scoring plays to beat Trojans for second straight year. By BILL


JAMIE DOMER CARLO CORDON YOUNGSTOWN -- St. Columba Cathedral was the setting Oct. 6 for the

WPIAL CLASS A Farrell captures playoff rematch over Duquesne

This time, the Steelers' Allan Claiborne was healthy. By ERIC POOLE VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT


REGION Van Fossan serves Hearing Aid Center YOUNGSTOWN -- Van Fossan & amp; Associates has

OHIO LEATHERWORKS Mayor: Cleanup plan is outlined

The city won the latest legal battle over cleaning up the old Leatherworks property. By TIM YOVICH

Twin Cities used to this

Twin Cities used to this When it comes to pro sports franchises, Minnesota has won them, lost them

Mooney speech team cited as a top program

Mooney speech team cited as a top program YOUNGSTOWN -- Cardinal Mooney High School's speech team


ASSOCIATIONS XBoardman Civic Association will hold its quarterly dinner meeting at 6:30 p.m. Nov.

CALIFORNIA Program requiring laptops put on hold

Many parents worried that the program set up a digital divide. SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE PALO

WORKSHOPS 'Class Acts' series puts the fine arts at center stage

The workshops are for teachers looking for new ways to reach their pupils. CLEVELAND -- "Class


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

Guilty plea in arsons

Guilty plea in arsons YOUNGSTOWN -- Jeffrey King, 28, of Woodhurst Drive pleaded guilty Friday in


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses James J. Cummings, 49, of 3091 Calvert Court, Camarillo,


YSU Volleyball team falls YOUNGSTOWN -- Senior Rebecca Sylak had 11 kills in a losing cause as

Sheriff disappears amid credit-card probe

Sheriff disappears amid credit-card probe EUREKA, Ill. -- The sheriff has disappeared after

MERCER COUNTY Seamans to finish Shipley's term

Kenneth Seamans was selected from a list of 38 people interviewed by the court. By HAROLD GWIN

NEW CASTLE Vet to receive Purple Heart

The medal recipient was buried alive 33 years ago and spent months in a body cast. By PETER H.


Associated Press FIREWOOD: A foreman for the Ohio City of Troy Parks Department, John Montgomery,

Range chews clock to stop JFK

The Raiders used time- consuming drives to overwhelm the Eagles, 31-13. By DOUG CHAPIN

GIRARD BOARD OF EDUCATION Ex-principal dismisses suit

The former principal has up to a year to refile his lawsuit. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR

YOUNGSTOWN Case of pandering obscenity to minors results in plea deal

Prosecutors will recommend two years of probation. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR COURTHOUSE REPORTER

COLUMBIANA COUNTY Program urges pursuit of land preservation

Nearly $1.9 million will be available to an eight-county area in each of the next few years for

The Vindicator/Glenn D. Luther

The Vindicator/Glenn D. Luther OUTTA MY WAY! Warren JFK quarterback Alex Senk uses his arm to try

Pastor connects East Side through music and gospel

The bilingual, multicultural church is growing. By D.A. WILKINSON VINDICATOR RELIGION EDITOR


Forum Health Northside Nicole Whorley and Jeff Canfield, 53 Roaming Rock Blvd., Rome, Ohio, girl,

Enrollment on the rise

Enrollment on the rise Public and private elementary and high school enrollment is projected to

Motivational speaker

Motivational speaker GIRARD -- The Unity Church Centre will present author and motivational

Phils trade Daal to LA

Phils trade Daal to LA In the first significant trade of the offseason, Philadelphia pitcher Omar

Prescription drugs are controlled for a reason

Opinion: With the news that some individuals who have been treated with the antibiotic Cipro have developed

Benefit bowl-a-thon

Benefit bowl-a-thon YOUNGSTOWN -- The Youngstown State University Pan African Student Union will


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

3-36-1 semi // no l, no rule

Summary xxx x x x x x x x x xxxxxxx x x x x x x x. By MILAN SIMONICH Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Judges' ruling adds insult to injuries in Exxon case

Opinion: The three-judge panel of the 9th District Court of Appeals that threw out the multibillion dollar

Poland defies another deficit

The Bulldogs came from behind for the second straight week -- this time against Hubbard. By JOE