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Stories published November 22, 2001

CLASS ACTION Checking up on seniors, cops don't miss a beat

The CLASS program has 38 members, most of whom live alone. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME


Open house scheduled

Open house scheduled YOUNGSTOWN -- The Dental Hygiene Program at Youngstown State University will


YOUNGSTOWN Parade brings festive air to city

The events are geared toward families and those people who haven't been downtown in ages. By ROGER


A HOMESPUN CHRISTMAS Leetonia craft tour

Margie and Ed Mullen offer mirrors, calendars, coat racks, switch plates and other items decorated


BOXING Maldonado, Howe triumph

They won undercard matches at Wednesday's Pavlik-Bleakley fight. By BILL SULLIVAN VINDICATOR


GETTING IT RIGHT

GETTING IT RIGHT U Second Harvest Foodbank of the Mahoning Valley, East Midlothian Boulevard,


TRUMBULL COUNTY Federal agents to increase gun, drug law enforcement

ATF will concentrate its efforts in Warren, Girard and Niles. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR


VIENNA To lure carriers, board OKs committee

The airport has asked the FAA to reduce post-Sept. 11 security requirements. VIENNA -- The Western


VIENNA Pregnant teens get hope at New Life

New Life is the only maternity home in a 50-mile radius, serving mostly teen-age girls. By AMANDA


SHARPSVILLE, PA. Contract awarded for bleacher repairs

The district will have to borrow at least part of the money for the work. By HAROLD GWIN


OPEN UP THE NATION'S CAPITAL

Opinion: OPEN UP THE NATION'S CAPITAL Washington Post: Bad enough that the number of visitors to Washington


The last Saturday before Christmas was the busiest shopping day of the year in 2000 -- and every

The last Saturday before Christmas was the busiest shopping day of the year in 2000 -- and every


HERMITAGE Developer, residents spar over center plan

One area resident who first supported the rezoning has now changed her mind. By HAROLD GWIN


LISBON Official proposes to cast bell at fair

A half-million-dollar waterline project is progressing toward completion. By NORMAN LEIGH


Workshop honors area firefighters

One firefighter said it's nice to be appreciated by the community. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR.


TOYS FOR TOTS Collection sites

The Marine Corps' annual Toys for Tots collection is under way and will continue through Dec. 12.


DIANE MAKAR MURPHY Giving thanks for family, country, life and God

One Thanksgiving, I asked John and the kids to make a list of what they were thankful for. Before


BEAVER TOWNSHIP With a settlement secured, condo construction to start

The developers hope to have some units for sale by next spring. NORTH LIMA -- Construction of a


HOWLAND Helpers rally to get veteran's flag flying

The 81-year-old veteran said the American flag took on even more importance Sept. 11. By PEGGY


GIVING THANKS

GIVING THANKS The Vindicator asked some local police officers and firefighters what they have to


BEAVER TOWNSHIP Checking up on seniors, cops don't miss a beat

The CLASS program has 38 members, most of whom live alone. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME


Firefighters, police get pats on back

Police officers and firefighters say the community has been showing more appreciation since Sept.


COLUMBIANA CO. Troopers buckle down on seat belts

Speed continues to be the leading cause of fatal accidents, the post commander said. By NANCY


Christmas looks bleak for LTV Warren coke plant workers.

Christmas looks bleak for LTV Warren coke plant workers. By PETER H. MILLIKEN VINDICATOR STAFF


Drivers, be on lookout for emergency vehicles

The public is still not doing all it can to help out those paid to look out for others' lives.


Turkey call answered

Turkey call answered YOUNGSTOWN -- From three turkeys in the freezer a week ago, to more than 700


BIRTHS

BIRTHS Forum Health Northside Ashly Hoffman, 80 Sixth St., Campbell, boy, Nov. 21. Scott and


NILES Police had warned woman about lifestyle

Her fianc & eacute; was killed in what Youngstown police describe as a self-defense shooting.


Civil servants gain respect

Police officers and firefighters say the community has been showing more appreciation since Sept.


FRIDAY

FRIDAY FOOTBALL OHIO OHSAA PAIRINGS REGIONAL FINALS DIVISION I At Akron Rubber Bowl


Great edibles and best ciao

Running this successful Italian specialty store is a family affair. By NANCY BAILEY VINDICATOR


Concord Steel files for protection

A Trumbull County official said Warren's steel industry is like a battered boxer. By BOB JACKSON


HIGH SCHOOL PREVIEW Pennsylvania football playoffs

CLASS AA SHARON vs. BISHOP McCORT When: Saturday, 1 p.m. Where: Mansion Park Stadium,