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MAHONING VALLEY Calls to military duty put a squeeze on police units

New schedules are being implemented as police officers are pressed into active service. By NANCY


LOCAL

LOCAL Sharon, Sharpsville in playoff games The Sharon and Sharpsville high school football teams


APPLAUSE

APPLAUSE Program awards Two teachers each from Trumbull and Columbiana counties are among 80


Chamber: Counties' funding is equitable

A Trumbull commissioner said seed money brought funds for work at the air station and the regional


Pilots lead singer charged after fight

Pilots lead singer charged after fight LAS VEGAS -- The lead singer of the alternative rock band


AP file photo, Oct 18

AP file photo, Oct 18 UNUSUAL DESIGN: Workers add the stainless steel exterior to the Peter B.


EDUCATION State to honor 4 Valley teachers

The Center for the Teaching Profession allocated $160,000 for the grant program. By AMANDA C.


SCOREBOARD Week 10

SUNDAY'S GAMES N.Y. Jets 24, Miami 0 Seattle 23, Buffalo 20 Atlanta 23, Green Bay 20 Philadelphia


STATE

STATE GE Lighting designer to decorate D.C. tree EAST CLEVELAND -- A designer for GE Lighting in


AUSTINTOWN Police confiscate suspected cocaine, make arrests

By JoANNE VIVIANO VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER AUSTINTOWN -- Two people from Massachusetts and a man


Benefit dinner Sunday for ailing black union leader

Organizers say James Davis' life is a true example of blacks' struggle in the union. By JOHN W.


Much anticipated

Much anticipated Lennox Lewis' knockout of Hasim Rahman may have set up a megafight against


Terrorism here? Just be ready

Terrorism here? Just be ready The Mahoning Valley could be a target for terrorists looking to


CRIME STOPPERS

CRIME STOPPERS Greater Youngstown Felony warrants for Robert L. Harris are the focus of Crime


ONE-ON-ONE | Ina Madison Faith carried her through tough early years at GM

What are your duties as training leader at GM? I coordinate and design training curriculum for


Changes help ease crowding, satisfying state's standards

Classes were conducted in previous years in the band room and library. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR


HOWLAND Cruiser crash case to go to grand jury

The police officer's speeding was a contributing factor to the crash, the OSHP says. By PEGGY


YOUNGSTOWN Center to open shelter

The agency won several grants to build the windowless concrete and steel structure. By ROGER G.


FEDERAL FUNDS

FEDERAL FUNDS Who got what Here is a breakdown of federal discretionary dollars given to


Group set for Macy's parade

YOUNGSTOWN -- For the ninth consecutive year, The Youngstown Connection, a song and dance troupe


AGENDA

AGENDA TUESDAY Girard Board of Education, 6:30 p.m. high school auditorium. Building and Sites


COURTS

COURTS MAHONING COUNTY Real estate transfers Blair A. Irvine to Ronald Naples, Poland Twp.,


COLUMBUS Taft's expected re-election bid awaiting O'Connor's plans

O'Connor has served as a Summit County judge. By JEFF ORTEGA VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT COLUMBUS


TERRORISM Expect long, extensive war, DeWine says

The senator says capturing Osama bin Laden won't end the war on terrorism. By IAN HILL


St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Ashley Carter, 198 Clarencedale Ave., Boardman, boy, Nov. 15. David and Cynthia


STOCK, DIVIDENDBIDASKED

STOCK, DIVIDENDBIDASKED Avalon Holdings,2.602.75 Banc One, .84,36.6836.75 Clear Channel, 48.17


GETTING IT RIGHT

This is the correct photo of C. Reid Schmutz, president of the Youngstown State University


Public funds, private support create a thing of beauty

Opinion: In a true public-private partnership, the people of Poland as well as artists, craftsmen and


Agency workers to vote

Agency workers to vote WARREN -- Workers at the Trumbull County Child Support Enforcement Agency


COLUMBIANA Council to decide fate of annexation

Not everyone thinks a grocery store would be a welcome addition to the neighborhood. By NANCY


WITH INTEREST RATES SO LOW, WHAT SHOULD THE CONSERVATIVE INVESTOR DO? PERSONAL FINANCE COLUMNIST

WITH INTEREST RATES SO LOW, WHAT SHOULD THE CONSERVATIVE INVESTOR DO? PERSONAL FINANCE COLUMNIST


Marshall won't be marsh mallow

It's hard to believe the Youngstown State University football season has come down to one remaining


COLUMBIANA CORNER Clerk workers show colors every Friday

Since the Sept. 11 terror attacks, people have felt compelled to display their patriotism by donning


COLLEGE FOOTBALL SCORES & amp; SUMMARIES

EAST Akron 41, Buffalo 14 Albright 49, Wesley 35 Boston College 38, Rutgers 7 Bowie St. 40,


Area firefighters pay tribute to NYC colleagues

The U.S. flag and other memorabilia from the tribute will be taken to New York City. By TELA


Wellness Block Grant

Wellness Block Grant McDONALD -- McDonald schools have received a $3,000 Wellness Block Grant from


AP file photo, 1943

AP file photo, 1943 PRESERVING HISTORY: Douwe van der Vaart and his family, with daughter Nelly


Today is Monday, Nov. 19, the 323rd day of 2001. There are 42 days left in the year. On this date in

Opinion: Today is Monday, Nov. 19, the 323rd day of 2001. There are 42 days left in the year. On this date in


State recycling grants

State recycling grants YOUNGSTOWN -- Columbiana and Mahoning counties and the city of Youngstown


America can't be saved by destroying the American way

Opinion: Americans are angry. They've seen the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center collapse before their


Christianity challenged by books and movie

Opinion: Christianity challenged by books and movie EDITOR: Ever since the terrorist attack in this


NILES SCHOOLS

NILES SCHOOLS Enrollment Enrollment breakdown by school building: Elementaries: 1,548