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Stories published November 12, 2001

Robbery in Austintown

Robbery in Austintown AUSTINTOWN -- An employee of Econolodge on Seventy-Six Drive tried to foil a


YWCA offers variety of classes, lecture

YWCA offers variety of classes, lecture WARREN -- The YWCA, 375 N. Park Ave., is offering a host


BRACEVILLE Down to the toss of a coin?

Official election results are to be announced Nov. 26. By STEPHEN SIFF VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


OHIO Committee seeks ways to save sites

The issues involve protecting financial aspects of the historical sites as well as the historical


JENNIFER SHOOK DANIEL WAGNER

JENNIFER SHOOK DANIEL WAGNER BOARDMAN -- The Oct. 6 wedding of Jennifer Rae Shook, 17265 Mock


WORKERS' COMP County tries to reduce costs

All workers' compensation claims are handled in-house instead of by a contractor, a director said.


Thiel fraternity to be honored by Legislature

Thiel fraternity to be honored by Legislature GREENVILLE, Pa. -- Phi Theta Phi fraternity at Thiel


MELISSA CROSS BRUCE GAUS

MELISSA CROSS BRUCE GAUS HOWLAND -- Howland Community Church was the setting Oct. 6 for the


KATHLEEN KRAYNAK ROBERT KAPALA JR.

KATHLEEN KRAYNAK ROBERT KAPALA JR. YOUNGSTOWN -- Kathleen Corbett Kraynak, 6 Mill St., Pepperell,


WORTH A LOOK

AUCTIONS XAuxiliary to the Oblate Sisters will hold an art auction from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday at


LISA MEADE JON CARPENTER

LISA MEADE JON CARPENTER BROOKFIELD -- Brookfield United Methodist Church was the setting at 3:30


LISBON County to begin work on protecting records

Some of the damaged records date back nearly half a century. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM


HOWLAND Cruiser hits vehicle; 3 people are hurt

The officer was not responding to an emergency call when the crash occurred, the chief said. By


Railroad funds freed

Railroad funds freed SALEM -- A federal panel is freeing about $375,000 from the Columbiana County


YOUNGSTOWN CIC, city continue power struggle

There is agreement on how to deal with empty downtown buildings, but not over which agency should do


BIRTHS

St. Elizabeth Sandra Beach and Larry Groves, 854 Lincoln Ave., Niles, girl, Nov. 9. Jim and Jill


LOAN RATES ARE LOW, BUT PERSONAL FINANCE COLUMNIST JEFF BROWN SAYS THIS STILL MAY NOT BE THE TIME TO

LOAN RATES ARE LOW, BUT PERSONAL FINANCE COLUMNIST JEFF BROWN SAYS THIS STILL MAY NOT BE THE TIME TO


COURTS

U.S. DISTRICT COURT BANKRUPTCIES/CHAPTER 7 Christine Abu-Enjeela, 468 Twelfth St., Campbell;


Airline hijackings won't keep these sisters grounded

The flight attendants say they overcame their fears, realizing that life goes on. By JoANNE


CIC Project list

Some projects that the Youngstown Central Area Community Improvement Corp. has been involved with


Girard's financial problem demand realistic solutions

Opinion: Several weeks ago, we suggested in this space that there was a silver lining in the state fiscal


NILES PLANT Ex-workers worry about 401K fund

Workers wonder why they haven't received their retirement money after their plant closed in January.


CANFIELD Hijackings won't ground four sisters

The flight attendants say they overcame their fears, realizing that life goes on. By JoANNE


COLUMBIANA CORNER Finally, there's a room well worth the weights

A new $350,000 weight room is seeing a lot of use at Crestview High School. Superintendent John


ALLISON POGUE DAVID CASEY

ALLISON POGUE DAVID CASEY WARREN -- Allison Pogue of 1039 W. Pleasant St., Oak Park, Ill., became


with William Leicht

with William Leicht Age: 56. Hometown: Boardman. Occupation: Accountant with a private


GINA MASCARELLA TIMOTHY FALTER

GINA MASCARELLA TIMOTHY FALTER YOUNGSTOWN -- Monsignor Robert Siffrin officiated at 2 p.m. Oct. 6


GERMANY

Opinion: GERMANY Frankfurter Allegemeine, Frankfurt, Nov. 5: The irritation aroused by the Franco-German-


LORDSTOWN Village seeks sewer grant

The grant would cover up to 50 percent of the project. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


ONE-ON-ONE | William Leicht Getting below surface with scuba-diving clerk

Who has most influenced your life? I lost my father at a young age. I was only 24, but he set the


REGION

REGION Business school to hold an informational session YOUNGSTOWN -- The business school at


A Veterans Day like no other as America finds itself at war

Opinion: What we now call Veterans Day was supposed to be a day to commemorate the war to end all wars, the


TUESDAY

Austintown Township trustees, 7 p.m., township building. Liberty Township trustees, 7:30 p.m.,


MERCER COUNTY Judge orders woman to repay victims

The woman is not allowed to go to Youngstown. By MARY GRZEBIENIAK VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT


AUSTINTOWN Girl's bake sale raises money for relief fund

BriAnne raised $110 at a bake sale to help the families of firefighters killed as a result of the


MAHONING COUNTY Efforts lead to slowdown in workers' comp claims

All workers' compensation claims are handled in-house instead of by a contractor, a director said.


TRUMBULL COUNTY Tech center, union continue contract talks

Health benefits and wages are the sticking points, the board leader said. By AMANDA C. DAVIS


Voting is patriotic; what happened to everyone?

Opinion: Voting is patriotic; what happened to everyone? EDITOR: I read with disgust Tuesday's election


GREATER FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH, 646 LAKEWOOD AVE., YOUNGSTOWN, VARIOUS COMMODITIES, 10 A.M. TUESDAY. BRING IDENTIFICATION.

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


CRIME STOPPERS

CRIME STOPPERS Greater Youngstown A warrant for Rodney A. Hahn is the focus of Crime Stoppers of


Associated Press

Associated Press FABULOUS DARLING: With the return of Jennifer Saunders, left, as Edina and Joanna


Catholic bishops likely to elect black president

Catholic bishops likely to elect black president WASHINGTON -- Bishop Wilton Gregory is expected