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In trouble with the law

In trouble with the law The Cleveland Browns had already surprised the rest of the NFL with

GRANTS OhioReads Program

OhioReads program awarded $19.7 million in new classroom and community reading grants for the 2002-

New Castle City Council votes to override zone-change veto

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- City council voted to override Mayor Timothy Fulkerson's veto of a change in

YOUNGSTOWN Planning and zoning

The city's planning and zoning boards handled these items Tuesday: The zoning board approved two

Politics, not security, drove rush to federalize screeners

Opinion: The airport security bill signed by President Bush was a disappointing but politically necessary

THANKSGIVING WEEKEND What's open? What's closed?

State, county and federal agencies; schools; the U.S. Postal Service; and financial institutions

Hope flickers in LTV's plan to close mills

The company's Tubular Division in Youngstown will continue to operate, but the Warren coke plant

Shooting of turkey draws complaints

A state Division of Wildlife official said he had received several complaints about the wild turkey.


SCHOOL BOARD GIRARD The board of education on Tuesday: Accepted the Ohio Edison Science and

Flu shot clinic

Flu shot clinic LISBON -- The Columbiana County Health Department is offering flu shots for

Skating for donations

Skating for donations BOARDMAN -- The Skate Connection, 7080 Tiffany Blvd., is offering free

Best Bets on TV tonight

Director reveals his leading lady LONDON -- Oscar-winning director Sam Mendes ("American Beauty")


REGION Open house to celebrate store's grand opening YOUNGSTOWN -- HM Home Medical Equipment

POLICE CALLS Canfield, Austintown

Summary of police activity: CANFIELD CITY Nov. 11 Burglary: Jewelry was reported stolen from

Mariucci says close-calls are OK

By TOM WILLIAMS VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF You'll pardon San Francisco 49ers coach Steve Mariucci

Lawmaker's absence foils rezoning

City council agreed to accept annexation of more than 30 acres. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM

GRAND JURY Indictments

A Trumbull County grand jury has indicted 31 people, including seven secretly. The identity of those


STOCK, DIVIDENDBIDASKED Avalon Holdings,2.763.10 Banc One, .84,37.2637.30 Clear Channel, 46.19

Crash victim begins labor

YOUNGSTOWN -- After speeding away from police and crashing into a fire hydrant in the 2200 block of


LTV CORP. Profile Headquarters: Cleveland Operations: Steelmaker and producer of steel tubing

LOCAL ROUNDUP Tuesday's college basketball games

MEN Mount Union 68, Thiel 66 GREENVILLE, Pa. -- Todd Richards scored 21 points and Don Vaughn

Santa to travel to Liberty in firetruck

Santa to travel to Liberty in firetruck LIBERTY -- Santa Claus will arrive by firetruck at 4:30

AUSTINTOWN 2 to face marijuana charges

AUSTINTOWN -- Police said they arrested a Ruby Courts man and cited a South Roanoke Avenue man

& acute;Agency wants speed on CSB building deal

Ultimately, Mahoning County commissioners will decide whether to do the CSB project downtown. By


Opinion: ASHCROFT TRAMPLES ON STATES' RIGHTS San Jose Mercury News: Attorney General John Ashcroft

SOUTHINGTON SCHOOLS Safety of bus routes along busy road concerns parent

High fees also are being questioned. SOUTHINGTON -- School officials say bus routes along busy

LTV's failure won't ease industry's woes, experts say

STATES NEWS SERVICE WASHINGTON -- Tuesday's announcement by bankrupt LTV Corp. that it would shut

Judge swears in newest police officer

CAMPBELL -- The city added another police officer to its ranks. Yvonne Wilson, a former Youngstown

NEW CASTLE Budget would raise city taxes by 2 mills

The tax is needed to help repay money borrowed for a downtown revitalization project. By LAURE

Angry union leaders vow to fight closing

Cold idling will seal the Warren coke plant's doom, a local labor leader said. By PETER H.

Fewer scents could mean more dollars and cents at area department stores

Opinion: Fewer scents could mean more dollars and cents at area department stores EDITOR: Well, here it

WARREN WRAP to market city

One of the city's biggest problems is its lack of lobbying power in Columbus, one official said.

"Like snowflakes in December in Chicago."

Opinion: "Like snowflakes in December in Chicago." Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld On how thickly the

Bankruptcy court approves incentive payment package

The 'stay-put' bonus plan includes $125,000 to be disbursed to rank-and-file employees who exhibit


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Paul S. Fritz, 45, of 1404 N. Osborn Ave. #B, Youngstown, and


AREA SOCCER STANDINGS VALLEY CUP (At Valley Sports, Ltd.) As of Nov. 20, 2001 W-L-TPoints

LORDSTOWN Schools to finalize career center plan

Of the compact schools, Niles sends the most students to the career center. By DENISE DICK

Board transfers funds

Board transfers funds YOUNGSTOWN -- Youngstown school board members voted to adopt a resolution

Warren class aide heads to NYC

WARREN -- An educational aide from McGuffey Elementary School is heading to New York City next week,

YOUNGSTOWN Hope flickers in LTV's plan to close mills

The company's Tubular Division in Youngstown will continue to operate, but the Warren coke plant

Many politicians to testify for DeJute

The trial of the former MVSD board director is scheduled to begin Dec. 17. By DAVID SKOLNICK

BOXING Short Bleakleyvs. tall Pavlik

The boxers will pit contrasting sizes and experience in tonight's headliner at the Holiday Inn

GIRARD Temporary budget aims to control funds

Girard's recreation program will take a large cut. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF

THE SERIES YSU vs. Marshall

1950 -- YSU 28, Marshall 13 1952 -- YSU 6, Marshall 6 1955 -- Marshall 20, YSU 12 1956 -- YSU


BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Scott and Cathy Howard, 2143 Oak Drive, New Springfield, boy, Nov. 20.

REDISTRICTING Officials say GOP is in charge

Trumbull County is unlikely to get its own congressional district, officials say. By STEPHEN SIFF

Campbell school board faces test of openness

Opinion: The resignation of Ted Cougras from the Campbell Board of Education presents the remaining four

Penn St. getting Rockets thrower

Senior Christen Clemson didn't know much about track and field as a junior high student at

Ex-judge to seek help for gambling

Getting help means a two-year suspension for Judge Cox can be cut in half. By BOB JACKSON

GAIL WHITE Great neighbors are another reason to be thankful

Nancy Audino has a heart full of thankfulness this Thanksgiving. "I wish everyone could live in a

Justice headquarters named for Kennedy

Justice headquarters named for Kennedy WASHINGTON -- President Bush named the Justice Department