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Howland Township trustees will meet Wednesday at 9 a.m. instead of the usual 3 p.m. time.

Howland Township trustees will meet Wednesday at 9 a.m. instead of the usual 3 p.m. time.


Special honors due those killed in the line of duty

Opinion: Special honors due those killed in the line of duty EDITOR: This is in response to a recent


Lordstown to offer 'smarts' letters

Pupils in grades seven through 12 who maintain a 3.2 GPA over the year are eligible. By DENISE


YSU's 8-3 not good enough

While the Penguins are out, three teams who were on the bubble with YSU got in with the same


New head of state nurses group appeals to colleagues' desire to help

Warino will hang on to her job as the local union president until May. By WILLIAM K. ALCORN


Residents preparing to protest school

A Cleveland-based task force says a school that trains assassins is funded by U.S. tax dollars. By


REGION

REGION Management course offered at career center CHAMPION -- A management course in organizing,


POLAND -- NUPTIAL VOWS WERE EXCHANGED DURING A 3 P.M. CEREMONY OCT. 20 AS CARISA LEE NEIDER, 6161/2

POLAND -- NUPTIAL VOWS WERE EXCHANGED DURING A 3 P.M. CEREMONY OCT. 20 AS CARISA LEE NEIDER, 6161/2


COLUMBIANA CO. Planning for court building advances

A fund totaling more than $300,000 will help get the project started. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR


CANFIELD New head of state nurses group appeals to colleagues' desire to help

Warino will hang on to her job as the local union president until May. By WILLIAM K. ALCORN


American pop singer dies in airplane crash

American pop singer dies in airplane crash BERLIN -- Melanie Thornton, an American pop singer who


St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Pietro and Amy Jo Centofanti, 172 Caribou Drive, Youngstown, girl, Nov. 22.


MAHONING VALLEY DeJute, a former MVSD official, seeks dismissal of state's suit

The former director points to a federal judge's dismissal of a lawsuit against a Rhode Island


LORDSTOWN Schools to offer 'smarts' letters

Pupils in grades seven through 12 who maintain a 3.2 GPA over the year are eligible. By DENISE


CALIFORNIA Old plants keep current

They look like museums, but two 1800s power plants are still humming. THE PRESS-ENTERPRISE


STACEY WOODALL BRIAN MCCLELLAND

STACEY WOODALL BRIAN MCCLELLAND YOUNGSTOWN -- Vows were exchanged at 2 p.m. Oct. 20 as Stacey


BOARDMAN Teen welds together prize-winning ride

The high school senior said the go-cart is not for racing. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR


STOCK, DIVIDENDBIDASKED

STOCK, DIVIDENDBIDASKED Avalon Holdings,2.80 3.10 Banc One,.84, 37.5537.62 Clear Channel,


Salem residents can get free smoke detectors

The program started seven years ago after a fatal fire. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU


ONLINE MUSIC Napster copycats alleged

Napster is gone, but a lawsuit says its clones are still stealing music. SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE


GREENVILLE, PA. Councilman dies from head injury sustained in game

GREENVILLE, Pa. -- The Allegheny County Coroner's Office has ruled the death of Greenville Borough


AGENDA

AGENDA TUESDAY Mahoning County Planning Commission monthly meeting, 1 p.m., first-floor meeting


STRESS-RELIEF TECHNIQUES

The holidays can be so stressful that the techniques experts recommend year-round for stress relief


HIGH SCHOOL SCORES & amp; SCHEDULES

FOOTBALL WEEKEND SCORES OHIO SATURDAY DIVISION I Cin. St. Xavier 35, Dublin Coffman 14


Retiring "Old Sparky" serves the cause of justice in Ohio

Opinion: Allowing condemned prisoners to choose their method of execution has a kind of quaint charm about it


Planning for court advances

A fund totaling more than $300,000 will help get the project started. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR


TONI AMATO EDWARD MARSCO

TONI AMATO EDWARD MARSCO WARREN -- Married Oct. 20 at Central Christian Church were Toni Rae


Count on a challenge at math contest

WARREN -- Young math enthusiasts are gearing up for an annual competition that's sure to have its


JEAN HOBBS BRADLEY HERSHFELDT

JEAN HOBBS BRADLEY HERSHFELDT GRAND CAYMAN, British West Indies -- Jean Nikole Hobbs and Bradley


Lordstown council race hinges on coin toss

Lordstown council race hinges on coin toss WARREN -- The occupant of one seat on Lordstown Village


SALEM Official reminds residents of free smoke detectors

The program started seven years ago after a fatal fire. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU


KELLY MATHEWS JOSEPH PLUMMER

KELLY MATHEWS JOSEPH PLUMMER HUBBARD -- Living at 3349 Lewis-Seifert Road after a honeymoon cruise


Name change sounded good to R & amp;B singer

Name change sounded good to R & amp;B singer NEW YORK -- The artist formerly known as Natalie


TRUMBULL COUNTY Count on a challenge at math contest

WARREN -- Young math enthusiasts are gearing up for an annual competition that's sure to have its


BRITAIN

Opinion: BRITAIN The Times, London, Nov. 20: The death of four journalists in Afghanistan, confirmed late


SCOREBOARD Week 11

Miami 34, Buffalo 27 Atlanta 10, Carolina 7 Kansas City 19, Seattle 7 San Francisco 40,


COLUMBUS, GA. 2 from Valley join protest against school

A Cleveland-based task force says a school that trains assassins is funded by U.S. taxes. By PAUL


Hall of Fame banquet to be held in Girard

Hall of Fame banquet to be held in Girard GIRARD -- The Girard Hall of Fame annual banquet will be


Teen welds prize-winning ride

The high school senior said the go-cart is not for racing. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR


ONE ON ONE | Jeannette Hooks Diversity coordinator fits ministry with job

Do your jobs as a diversity coordinator and pastor relate? They most certainly do. One complements


COURTS

TRUMBULL COUNTY Docket Victor Psznick vs. Michael Psznick, confirmation of sale. Martha Lee


Fantastic Vinny

Fantastic Vinny For the first three months of the season, New York Jets quarterback Vinny


AREA

AREA Poland wins Ice Zone event BOARDMAN -- The Poland High ice hockey team defeated Boardman


With Jeannette Hooks

With Jeannette Hooks Age: 46. Hometown: Lifelong resident of Farrell, Pa. Occupation:


WIN, PLACE & amp; SHOW

THISTLEDOWN SUNDAY'S RESULTS 1st--Easy Whirl (T.Harding)8.603.202.40 Tender Love (J.Sanchez,


Domestic, foreign terrorists share common bond: hate

Opinion: When the question is asked "Why do they hate us?" most Americans correctly perceive "they" as being


Fantasy game players return to the dungeon

By STEPHEN SIFF VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER WARREN -- Two days next month, the worn stairs to the


WORTH A LOOK

BAZAARS XLowellville United Methodist Church, 190 W. Wood St., will hold a Christmas bazaar from 9


Robbery at gunpoint

Robbery at gunpoint YOUNGSTOWN -- Two teen-age boys in dark hooded sweatshirts entered a West


SUNDAY

SUNDAY * Finance columnist Jeff Brown will discuss common sense ways to divide an estate among


Oven fire in Salem

Oven fire in Salem SALEM -- A pot of grease left in an oven ignited a fire at the home of Tina