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TRUMBULL COUNTY The quest for council members

Show up at an Orangeville council meeting, and you might just be considered for a seat. By TIM


MAHONING VALLEY Cancer Society heads up smoke-free campaign

Middle school pupils are invited to take part in an antitobacco letter-writing contest. By WILLIAM


Associated Press

Associated Press GLIDING BY: Joe Hautman, a wildlife artist from Plymouth, Minn., beat out 245


FARRELL Resident urges city, schools to endorse citizenship awards

Pedas has put up $10,000 to fund the awards through the first five years. By HAROLD GWIN


OHIO Cottages take you back to nature

Renting a cottage is the perfect way to 'get away from it all' without leaving the comforts behind.


Agriculture program looks at environment

Managing manure for profitability will be a topic. SALEM -- The Columbiana Soil and Water


COURTS

COLUMBIANA COUNTY Divorces granted Jennifer Chadwicke vs. Christopher Chadwicke. Wendy Owsley


Group applies for grants to fix bike trail

The trail needs to be resurfaced. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR NEW CASTLE BUREAU HILLSVILLE, Pa.


It was good for the spirit

By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER BOARDMAN -- William Roessler had tears in his eyes, Gary


Cancun!

By TOM UHLENBROCK ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH Snapping up deals that seemed almost too good to be


Hoyles to mark golden jubilee at open house

BERLIN CENTER -- Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hoyle of 15497 Hoyle Road will be honored at an open house from 2


Browns due to win this party

Have you heard about the block party today? More precisely, the block, tackle, gouge and hitting


Hewitts observe 60th anniversary at family dinner

AUSTINTOWN -- Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hewitt of Austintown, who were married Nov. 29, 1941, in


KIMBERLY KLEIN GREGORY MORTON

KIMBERLY KLEIN GREGORY MORTON YOUNGSTOWN -- Kimberly Marie Klein and Gregory H. Morton, both of


WIN, PLACE & amp; SHOW

NORTHFIELD RESULTS SATURDSAY 1st--Christmas Glory(Umholtz)12.004.803.20 Zizi's Flight(G


JAMES DULLEY | Cutting utility bills Gas fireplaces offer both heat and ambiance

Q. I want to add a fireplace for supplemental heat and the ambiance, but I don't want the hassles of


SPEECH WINNERS Niles McKinley

Results from the T. Craig Bond Memorial Speech Tournament at Niles McKinley High School on Saturday.


LORDSTOWN Volunteers lament closing of environmental site

There was a dinner at TAMPEEL at which volunteers were told the site has been abandoned. By PEGGY


Outpouring of support moves N.Y. firefighters

lthough Paul Iannizzotto appreciates the thanks he has received from hundreds of Americans in recent


Area book signings

Area book signings Gloria Evangelista will be at LS Baskets & amp; Gifts in the Sutton Travel


WWII soldier visits graves in Europe

He especially wanted to pay his respects to a friend he made in basic training. By WILLIAM K.


The Kellams renew vows to mark 50th

RALEIGH, N.C. -- Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Kellam Jr. of Raleigh, formerly of the Youngstown area,


JENNIFER MCGREGOR CHRISTOPHER MCNALLY

JENNIFER MCGREGOR CHRISTOPHER MCNALLY HOUSTON -- Jennifer McGregor and Christopher M. McNally,


ANDREA FALGOUT | JOHN HIRT JR.

NEW ORLEANS -- Andrea Lynn Falgout and John T. Hirt Jr., both of San Bruno, Calif., exchanged


MIKE BRAUN Help for shooters with disabilities

There are more than a half-million sportsmen in the United States who pursue their favorite outdoors


Volunteers lament closing of environmental site

There was a dinner at TAMPEEL at which volunteers were told the site has been abandoned. By PEGGY


Kenney jubilee celebrated at family dinner

SALEM -- Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Kenney, 7765 W. South Range Road, were honored by family members as


SCOTT SHALAWAY Woolly bear parade signals winter's advent

Frost on the pumpkin, honking geese overhead, and a forest full of skeletal trees -- fall has come,


REGION

REGION Changing watch batteries makes this business tick NILES -- Watch Battery Express is a new


SCORE holds installation banquet

BOARDMAN -- New officers of the Service Corps of Retired Executives were installed Oct. 15 during a


SHARON Victim's parents to light torch

Light Up Night draws hundreds of people into the downtown business district. SHARON, Pa. --


SAMANTHA KOSTUR CHRISTOPHER EASH

SAMANTHA KOSTUR CHRISTOPHER EASH CANFIELD -- The Outer Banks of North Carolina was the honeymoon


JENNIFER BOEHMER JAY ANZELLOTTI

JENNIFER BOEHMER JAY ANZELLOTTI ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Samuel Colgate Memorial Chapel provided the


OTHER DETAILS Hunters with disabilities

UOne of the most comprehensive information sites on the Web for hunters with disabilities is the


Muslims should realize what world without the U.S. would be like

Opinion: Muslims should realize what world without the U.S. would be like EDITOR: This is to reply to


JACK WOLLITZ What's luck got to do with it?

Some anglers use the word "luck" in describing their on-the-water experiences, but the difference


Two local shooters claim honors

In all the confusion and panic surrounding the events of early September, a few pieces of


BOXING Liberty show

Under-card: Pairings for the six under-card bouts have been completed for the Nov. 21 show at the


MAHONING VALLEY Agriculture program looks at environment

Managing manure for profitability will be a topic. SALEM -- The Columbiana Soil and Water


BIRTHS

St. Elizabeth Health Center April Bever and Ryan McMasters, 17696 Redwood Road, Lake Milton, girl,


Victim's parents to light torch

Light Up Night draws hundreds of people into the downtown business district. SHARON, Pa. --


WITH THE VETS Veterans meetings

Meeting schedule for the week of Nov. 11: TODAY Veterans Day, check posts for services. Post


BLOOD DRIVES

MONDAY Struthers Presbyterian Church, 110 Poland Ave., Struthers, 1:30 to 6:30 p.m. TUESDAY


During summer breaks, before football practice started at Niles McKinley High School, friends

During summer breaks, before football practice started at Niles McKinley High School, friends


MORE COVERAGE What's inside

Five New York City firefighters who survived the call to the burning World Trade Center will hop on


YOUNGSTOWN STATE UNIVERSITY

YOUNGSTOWN STATE UNIVERSITY Today -- Volleyball vs. IPFW, 3 p.m. Wednesday -- Women's basketball


VETERANS

VETERANS Man of the Year BOARDMAN -- J. Chester Franczkowski, 1233 Valley View Drive, was named


BASEBALL/SOFTBALL

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


CURRENT PRICES Around the nation

Current prices are recorded from antiques shows, flea markets, sales and auctions throughout the


IF YOU GO

IF YOU GO What: "Paper Doll" When: In previews through Thursday; opening night, 8 p.m. Friday;


PREP PLAYOFF SCORES & amp; SUMMARIES

SATURDAY'S RESULTS FOOTBALL OHIO REGIONAL SEMIFINALS DIVISION I Region 1 At Kent St. Dix


Teen bands to face off at Cleveland's Odeon

Teen bands to face off at Cleveland's Odeon Teen-age musicians, are you ready to rock? Apply now


NICOLE DOWELL MICHAEL SAHLI

NICOLE DOWELL MICHAEL SAHLI BOARDMAN -- The exchange of nuptial vows took place during a 2:30 p.m.


Program cracks down on litter, illegal dumping

Authorities secured eight illegal dumping convictions, and seven more pending cases look promising.


Getting 7-8 hours is crucial to good health

Just how important is a good night's sleep? Dr. Carl E. Hunt, Director of the National Center on


JULIE PURTON DEVLIN DETCHON

JULIE PURTON DEVLIN DETCHON YOUNGSTOWN -- Julie Ann Purton and Devlin Scott Detchon exchanged


Reduction in state funding forces YSU to cut spending

Opinion: It's a balancing act that would challenge even the most experienced tightrope walker: How to absorb


FICTION

FICTION 1. "Desecration" by Tim LaHaye and Jerry Jenkins (Tyndale, $24.99). 2. "The Corrections"


Patriotic parade was good for the spirit

The crowd showed its appreciation for the veterans and firefighters who marched. By IAN HILL


SHOW SUPPORT

SHOW SUPPORT What to do The Department of Defense has announced new ways that Americans can show


FUND-RAISER WJWL and Fairhaven plan Holiday House

The three-day event will include a patron's night and public tours. WARREN -- Holiday House 2001,


PENNSYLVANIA

PENNSYLVANIA Fire ban on game lands Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Vern Ross


CLEANUP

CLEANUP City costs Costs to clean up debris left in the devil strip and sidewalk when tenants


65th anniversary is observed by the Charltons

COLUMBIANA -- Mr. and Mrs. Myron Charlton, 337 W. Salem St., celebrated their 65th wedding


INFORMATION

INFORMATION If you go Dream Street will run at the Carnegie Museum of Art, 4400 Forbes Ave.,


Sooners win again

Sooners win again Oklahoma's defense did not give up a touchdown for the second straight week in a


THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN

THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN REGION Changing watch batteries makes this business tick NILES --


LIMELIGHT Awards, achievements

YOUNGSTOWN -- Stephanie Corinaldi, a home health aide with the Youngstown office of Cambridge Home


SALLY REZEK GARY JONES

SALLY REZEK GARY JONES GIRARD -- Monsignor Martin Susko solemnized the marriage of Sally A. Rezek,


Masonic district installs new leader

LEETONIA -- Robert Myers, worshipful master of Leetonia Masonic Lodge 401, welcomed more than 90


KARA KRALIK JAMES MORGAN JR.

KARA KRALIK JAMES MORGAN JR. YOUNGSTOWN -- The exchange of nuptial vows took place during a 3 p.m.


Even when they lose, Microsoft and Bill Gates win

Opinion: A federal judge's intemperate remarks about Microsoft and owner Bill Gates turned out to be the best


WARREN Reunion celebrates adoption agency's work

The Warren-based service has placed more than 900 special-needs children in Northeast Ohio. By


It makes sense to develop a hobby if you are looking for work. Career columnist Amy Lindgren tells

It makes sense to develop a hobby if you are looking for work. Career columnist Amy Lindgren tells


HOLIDAY LIGHTS Remembrances

Three Mercer County hospital auxiliaries have scheduled their annual holiday remembrance tree-


MAHONING VALLEY Instructor of tae kwon do adds a new notch to his belt: a book

The author says martial-arts training relieves stress while teaching self-defense. YOUNGSTOWN --


CONVICTIONS Litter enforcement program

Eight people convicted so far since Youngstown's litter enforcement program started in April:


Excursion spices up vacation

A stop at Mayan ruins enhances tourists' stay. Among the attractions near Cancun is the 400-acre


KEYSTONE CLIPS Farrell official knows wit is a hit

When Farrell Mayor William Morocco and Farrell City Council presented a proclamation to Dr. Thomas


HARDING 42, LAKEWOOD ST. EDWARD 26

HARDING 42, LAKEWOOD ST. EDWARD 26 Harding152700--42 St. Edward66140--26 HARDING -- Maurice


Students to present watershed information

Students to present watershed information WARREN -- International Baccalaureate students from


CRITERIA

CRITERIA Citizens Awards Farrell resident Ted Pedas is funding citizens of the year awards to


Cullars to be honored at open house

NORTH LIMA -- Mr. and Mrs. John A. Cullar of North Lima will be the guests of honor Nov. 18 at an


Hampton play adds to theme

The playwright's latest feature opens in Pittsburgh. By DEBORA SHAULIS ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR


RAY SWANSON | Keystoner Paterno, fans finally celebrate 324th win

No big deal. That's how Joe Paterno approached his bid for his 324th major college football


WHAT'S DOING?

SPECIAL EVENTS, SEASONS A Men's and Women's Recreational Day has been postponed to April 20, 2002,


UMake sure every external door has a sturdy dead bolt lock.

UMake sure every external door has a sturdy dead bolt lock. USecure all sliding doors. ULock


CAREER PATHS

FINANCE YOUNGSTOWN -- Butler, Wick & amp; Co. has added Robert Gardner, Jason Triveri and


Nurse answered call to serve city, country

She was an Army nurse stationed in Europe during World War II. By WILLIAM K. ALCORN VINDICATOR


Buckeyes win

Buckeyes win Steve Bellisari threw three touchdown passes, and Ohio State's defense intercepted


Millers mark golden jubilee at dinner

YOUNGSTOWN -- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller of 69 N. Edgehill Ave. were honored Nov. 3 at a dinner at


Like it or not, clothes speak. And like words, they're open to interpretation, especially by bosses.

Like it or not, clothes speak. And like words, they're open to interpretation, especially by bosses.


Drapery liner cuts energy loss

Drapery liner cuts energy loss One major cause of energy loss in homes is poorly performing


COLUMBIANA Economy increases need for donations for needy

Reservations for Thanksgiving dinner will be accepted through Wednesday. By NANCY TULLIS


Eviction notification effort tries to curb garbage cleanup costs

City officials are trying to reduce the problem, or at least get reimbursement when possible. By


QUIT SMOKING How to stop

The American Cancer Society offers these tips to people who want quit smoking. Don't keep your


DUNDEE, MICH. Outdoor paradise under roof

Even if you're not a hunter or fisherman, Cabela's is worth a look. By CATHY SECKMAN VINDICATOR


JOHN KOVACH | Colleges Mooney grad Terry sets football recruiting camp

YOUNGSTOWN -- High school sophomores, juniors and seniors who would like to play football in college


YOUNGSTOWN Event to honor firefighters killed by terrorists Sept. 11

Most firefighters are looking for closure, the chief said. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR


HILLSVILLE, PA. Group applies for grants to fix Stavich Bike Trail

The trail needs to be resurfaced. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR NEW CASTLE BUREAU HILLSVILLE, Pa.


Art therapy offered

Art therapy offered AUSTINTOWN -- The Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health offers a


GETTING IT RIGHT

GETTING IT RIGHT Youngstown Councilman John R. Swierz, D-7th, abstained on a vote approving a 7


Youngstown bout is stepping stone for Pavlik's career

The local boxer has added sparring partners to prepare for an opponent who has had 101 fights. By


FUGITIVE

FUGITIVE Brian M. Fortner The FBI and the Mahoning Valley Violent Crimes Task Force is asking


HOUSE

HOUSE Anti-fraud bill The House approved a bill to prevent financial services fraud and to


THIEVES

The best line of defense may be installing a security system. By REBECCA SLOAN VINDICATOR


Economy increases need for donations for needy

Reservations for Thanksgiving dinner will be accepted through Wednesday. By NANCY TULLIS


Crum jubilee to be celebrated at reception

NEW SPRINGFIELD -- Mr. and Mrs. Denis Crum of New Springfield will be honored during an open


A peril

By LAURA MEYN VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT elley Schuler is the mother of three, all under the age


Roadblocks on turnpike

Roadblocks on turnpike Rolling roadblocks will cause Ohio Turnpike delays from about 6:45 a.m. to


Kline takes note of life and death

Kline takes note of life and death LOS ANGELES -- In a new film, "Life as a House," Kevin Kline's


Man is shot, reports burglary to police

Man is shot, reports burglary to police YOUNGSTOWN -- A Drummond Avenue man refused to discuss


Resident urges citizenship award support

Pedas has put up $10,000 to fund the awards through the first five years. By HAROLD GWIN


YSU

YSU Loyola of Chicago is Horizon champion YOUNGSTOWN -- Loyola of Chicago won the first-ever


Family buries pilot missing for 57 years

Family buries pilot missing for 57 years SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- By the time the downed World War II


Smith exhibit captures Steel City

The images W. Eugene Smith captured are more cinematic than expected from a photojournalist. A young


KATHRYN EARNHART | The Butlers 'American Holiday' preparation under way

Once again, The Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown is preparing for the annual Fine Art


Company feels the fallout of neighbor's bankruptcy

THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN By CYNTHIA VINARSKY VINDICATOR BUSINESS WRITER WARREN -- Like a