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CURBSTONE Penguinsyoung this year

The YSU women's basketball team will try to win its second straight game Wednesday at Akron. By

COLUMBIANA COUNTY Donations cover cost of veterans memorial

Some changes will be incorporated in the new memorial. By SUE DROTLEFF VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT

WARREN Program offers home-school help

Tuition will be charged on a per-class basis following tuition guidelines. By AMANDA C. DAVIS

Whitetails beware; hunting begins

STAFF/WIRE REPORTS WARREN -- Ohio and Pennsylvania wakened to a salvo of gunfire Monday, as

NILES BAR FIGHT 2 say they were prevented from filing charges

The police chief said the investigation is almost completed. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR

Local SCORE members can help small businesses

Opinion: Local SCORE members can help small businesses EDITOR: The Nov. 17 column by Sen. Christopher

BELOIT Schools want all property to be in village

The high school spans the border of Beloit and Smith Township. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM


COUNCILS GIRARD U & raquo;Mayor James Melfi said Monday that the state has approved the

COLLEGE PREVIEW YSU women's basketball

Who: YSU (1-1) vs. Akron (1-3) When: Wednesday, 7 p.m. Where: James A. Rhodes Arena, Akron.

LAWRENCE COUNTY Write-in candidates win positions

A Slippery Rock Township supervisor lost his bid for re-election by four votes. By LAURE CIOFFI

FARRELL Council OKs contracts

Police and firefighters are to receive raises of $1,000 a year. By PETER H. MILLIKEN VINDICATOR

Summary of police activity:

Summary of police activity: GIRARD Nov. 14 Theft: An American flag was stolen from a porch in

AUSTINTOWN Hearing to offer forum on home rule

The trustees said security at The Mill, a township nightclub, must be improved before next year.

Arson to blame for caboose, train car fire in Austintown

AUSTINTOWN -- A fire that destroyed a train caboose and damaged a train car on South Meridian Road


THE RULES UHunting hours in both states are one-half hour before sunrise to sunset. Other rules


Marriage licenses Jerome X. Szwedko, 54, of 4200 Hopkins Road, Youngstown, and Edna M. Crosser,

COLUMBUS Budget remains tight for mental health office

The department has already announced 211 layoffs. By JEFF ORTEGA VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT

BOARDMAN Valley's recovery will lag behind U.S., economist predicts

The Valley lost about 4,000 jobs in the past year, nearly all of them in manufacturing. By CYNTHIA

Musician writes play based on Poe's works

Musician writes play based on Poe's works NEW YORK -- Rock musician Lou Reed, who gained fame

AUSTINTOWN Home rule to get a hearing

The trustees said security at The Mill, a township nightclub, must be improved before next year.


People's Chapel Church of God, 2145 Hillman St., Youngstown, various commodities, 11 a.m. Wednesday.

Lordstown cops seek person who put camera in restroom

LORDSTOWN -- Police are investigating a small video camera found in the women's restroom at a

MAHONING COUNTY Margins narrow in election process

Certified results also show that the Austintown school bond issue lost by 19 votes. By IAN HILL

TRUMBULL COUNTY Court saves time online

The public can also access nonconfidential probate court cases dating to 1985. By PEGGY SINKOVICH

AUSTINTOWN Judge orders weapons destroyed

Austintown police will send the weapons to a steel mill to be melted. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR


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WARREN Appellate court reduces fine for lawyer's contempt charge

The lawyer's fine was reduced from $500 to $1. WARREN -- The 7th District Court of Appeals has

City's tree ceremony to offer caroling, gifts

City's tree ceremony to offer caroling, gifts WARREN -- Santa and his elves arrive downtown at 5

Pooh's Christmas tale

Pooh's Christmas tale NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. -- "Winnie The Pooh Christmas Tale" is coming to

BOARDMAN Charges against ex-clerk dropped

The complainant decided not to pursue the charges. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR STAFF

White's steal seals Liberty's triumph

By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF LIBERTY -- With 5 minutes, 43 seconds remaining in the


AREA SOCCER STANDINGS VALLEY CUP (At Valley Sports, Ltd.) As of Nov. 26, 2001 W-L-TPoints

The new system would help improve security of the ballots while saving the county money, board

The new system would help improve security of the ballots while saving the county money, board

St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Robert and Kristin Rezek, 4138 Rush Blvd., Youngstown, boy, Nov. 26. Thomas and

Tressel and his Buckeyes victorious over Michigan

Opinion: Jim Tressel earned his keep last Saturday afternoon as the Ohio State Buckeyes put the University of

Center Twp. landfill

Center Twp. landfill LISBON -- The Columbiana County Health Board is asking the county


Canfield High School Class of 1982 will hold its 20th reunion on July 5, 2002, at Mr. Anthony's in


REGION Jobless rates released for Mercer, Lawrence SHARON -- Unemployment held steady at 4.2


Lock Haven (3-8) season complete. Clarion (4-7) season complete. Western Illinois (5-5) season

COLUMBIANA COUNTY Ex-officer gets 1-year prison term

The sentence is less than that recommended by the prosecutor as part of a plea deal. By NORMAN

There's no reason to delay trial of ex-MVSD director

Opinion: For months, Frank D. DeJute of Niles has been telling anyone who would listen that he couldn't wait

Mail thefts reported

Mail thefts reported CANFIELD -- Two people reported to city police Monday that their mail was

LTV STEEL Bankruptcy's effect on pensions remains uncertain

The most the government agency will guarantee a retiree is $3,392 a month. By CYNTHIA VINARSKY


LOCAL Clarett, Smith tops in Trumbull Warren Harding senior Maurice Clarett and Hubbard senior

DIANE MAKAR MURPHY Small donations can make a big difference

"Would you like to give someone a dinner at the Rescue Mission? Two dollars," she said. I dipped

Still sidelined

Still sidelined This day-to-day layoff for Mario Lemieux is stretching into weeks. Page C4.


Opinion: WHO'S FEEDING WHOM? Washington Post: You know the Democrats are the party that cares most about

NILES Despite loss of home to mold, mom says dreams come true

The family hopes to move into their new home soon. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF