for November 13, 2001

Jump to: » Stories 

« News / 2001 / November / 13

Stories published November 13, 2001

MEETING DIGEST Township trustees

BROOKFIELD The township trustees handled theses matters at their Monday night meeting. UFire


St. Elizabeth Layne and Kelly Shumaker, 619 Fifth St., Struthers, girl, Nov. 12. Shawn and

REDISTRICTING Letter opposes division

The Mahoning Valley can best use its resources as one congressional district, the chamber president

The law is catching up with illegal dumping

Opinion: Until last year, those who didn't want to pay the cost of properly disposing of their trash had

STAGE REVIEW Broadway Series opens with 'My Fair Lady'

An excellent cast and good production values made for a solid performance. By GARRY L. CLARK

Council takes manager off interim status

EAST PALESTINE -- City council gave City Manager Gary Clark a vote of confidence, removing him from

ODOT project plans

ODOT project plans RAVENNA -- Friday is the deadline for submitting questions or comments to the


Canfield Township trustees, 7:30 p.m., township hall. Lowellville Board of Education, 7 p.m., high

POLAND Segment of trail is nearly complete

The path will give patrons safe passage under the state Route 170 bridge to the new public library.

Date announced for Mayhew-Platt open wedding

CANFIELD -- Plans for the winter wedding of Ellie Mayhew, 150 Callahan Road, and A.J. Platt, 3895

Medal heals Vietnam vet

Several other military honors were presented during a ceremony. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR NEW


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

CORTLAND Mayor suggests architectural review

The mayor says she wants to make sure the buildings under construction are attractive. By PEGGY

Tami Johnson, Nicholas Rowe to be married

AUSTINTOWN -- Tami Lyn Johnson and Nicholas R. Rowe, both of 4853 Westchester Drive, are engaged.

General Assembly puts tobacco industry first

Opinion: General Assembly puts tobacco industry first EDITOR: I am disappointed by the lack of leadership

REGION District awards diplomas to vets

Three of the diplomas were posthumous awards. FARRELL, Pa. -- The Farrell Area School District

NILES Online forum sets up new rules

Those who want to post messages must register with a user name and e-mail address. By DENISE DICK

Today is Tuesday, Nov. 13, the 317th day of 2001. There are 48 days left in the year. On this date

Opinion: Today is Tuesday, Nov. 13, the 317th day of 2001. There are 48 days left in the year. On this date


NATION Magazine will take new tone LOS ANGELES-- Ms. magazine will adopt an activist tone when

CORTLAND Mayor suggests design review

The mayor says she wants to make sure the buildings under construction are attractive. By PEGGY

Prisoner escapes

Prisoner escapes NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- New Castle police are searching for a Youngstown man who

Ex-POW speaks at Westminster College

NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. -- A New Wilmington native who spent three years as a prisoner of war in Vietnam

Waterline breaks

Waterline breaks EAST PALESTINE -- East Palestine High School and middle school are closed today

YOUNGSTOWN Mother: I will work for changes in system

Ohio doesn't have state-run residential treatment facilities for the mentally ill. By BOB JACKSON

GIRARD Union president: Safety of public won't suffer

City firefighters have been reasonable in dealing with the city, their union leader says. By TIM

Income tax revenue falls short

EAST PALESTINE -- With about six weeks left in the year, city income tax revenue is $200,000 short


SUNDAY'S GAMES Atlanta 20, Dallas 13 Miami 27, Indianapolis 24 St. Louis 48, Carolina 14


XBoardman High School Class of 1982 will hold a 20-year reunion from 7 to 11 p.m. Nov. 29, 2002, at


LIQUOR CONTROL Permits The Ohio Department of Liquor Control is processing these liquor permit


STOCK, DIVIDENDBIDASKED Avalon Holdings,2.25 2.49 Banc One,.84,36.1836.28 Clear Channel, 45.25

CURBSTONE COACHES South Range makes big impression on Yeagley

The Raiders coach and Chaney's Ron Berdis spoke at Monday's luncheon. By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR

Retailers expect items to fly off the shelves

The movie release is expected to work magic on sales of Harry Potter toys and clothes. By DON

COLUMBIANA COUNTY Park district must live with levy loss

Had it passed, the measure would have raised property taxes only slightly, a park official said.

DIANE MAKAR MURPHY Floral, herbal shop blooms in woman's home

Dolly Vivalo has a back room unlike anyone else's. To begin with, it smells splendid, permeated

FARRELL SCHOOLS Deficits cut into fund

The district has $365,000 in its savings account. By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR SHARON BUREAU

Raedine Bridge, Michael Listopad to wed in May

Announcement is being made of the engagement of Raedine Bridge, a daughter of James and Genevieve

Dawn Rispinto, Michael Musolino to wed May 18

NEW MIDDLETOWN -- The engagement of their daughter, Dawn Marie Rispinto, and Michael Vincent

OHIO SCHOOLS Looking for ways to attract teachers

Trumbull and Mahoning counties are represented on the governor's new commission. By AMANDA C.


FLAG FOOTBALL Valley Sports in Struthers -- is where an Indoor 4-on-4 league will be played in the


The community Thanksgiving dinner at The Way Station of Columbiana will be from 1 to 3 p.m. Nov. 21.

STRUTHERS Councilman defends questions

The victim originally listed a councilman as a suspect. By PAUL WHEATLEY VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER

HERMITAGE Appeals court supports Stacey house demolition

Raymond Stacey said he and his mother are considering their options but aren't about to give up the

Mellencamp measures success by response

Mellencamp measures success by response INDIANAPOLIS -- John Mellencamp is pleased with having


INSIDE/A7 UInvestigators scoured wreckage in search of the flight data recorder from the jetliner

'Tragedy,' not 'terrorism,' should have come to mind

Opinion: Did anyone who saw pictures of the thick black smoke rising from the wreckage of a jetliner in


LOCAL Winter schedules needed YOUNGSTOWN -- The Vindicator sports department needs winter

BROWNFIELDS Another area rep on panel

Having two legislators on the state council will give Valley projects a fair shake, a chamber


INSIDE UEnding atrocities on all fronts in Afghanistan gets new attention. A3 URed Cross leaders

Kids find heroes close to home

Many of the pupils said their parents or their grandparents are their heroes. By IAN HILL

4th Ward Block Watch

4th Ward Block Watch GIRARD -- The 4th Ward Block Watch will meet at 6 p.m. Wednesday in the