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LEETONIA SCHOOLS Superintendent hopefuls

Richard Selby, interim superintendent, released a list of educators who have applied for schools


YOUNGSTOWN City council action

City council handled these items during a special meeting Wednesday: Sought clarification from Law


MAHONING COUNTY Bailey gets prison

The former judge apologized for his behavior, saying he let the people of Mahoning County down. By


TRUMBULL COUNTY Officers charge themselves with helping to buy toys for area kids

Holiday presents will arrive early for a dozen area youths. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR


TRUMBULL COUNTY Board won't join debate on split for 17th District

Commissioners disagree on the pluses of splitting the district. By STEPHEN SIFF VINDICATOR


DIANE MAKAR MURPHY Going to college in my robe and slippers

I am not a pretty picture at 4:30 a.m. (Why is it that the depravities of youth -- beer, floors for


TRUMBULL COUNTY Commissioners earmark funds for sewer project

The Shannon Road project is now a top priority for the planning commission. WARREN -- The Trumbull


LAWRENCE CO. Campaign meets 80% of its goal

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Lawrence County United Way officials are hoping the needs of local agencies won't


Three area men face federal indictments

CLEVELAND -- Three men from the Youngstown area, including one who re-entered the country after


New voting system not a priority -- yet

Opinion: Just three days after Mahoning County Commissioner Edward Reese warned in a front page story in The


WASHINGTON House votes to ban conflict diamonds

The move should clear the way for passage in the Senate, said a spokeswoman for Ohio Sen. Mike


TRUMBULL CO. Trustees oppose annexing to Niles

A decision will be made within 90 days. By STEPHEN SIFF VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER WARREN -- A


COLUMBIANA CO. Public debates power plant

A decision on the application to site the proposed power plant is expected in a few weeks. By


Ohio Department of Liquor Control is processing these liquor permit transfers and applications and

Ohio Department of Liquor Control is processing these liquor permit transfers and applications and


BACKDATING THE RECESSION

Opinion: BACKDATING THE RECESSION Washington Post: The panel that has become the recognized arbiter of when


NATION

NATION Five-and-dime retailer to cease in February YORK, Pa. -- McCrory Corp., which operates


COUNCILS

COUNCILS WARREN U & raquo;Passed a resolution opposing the closing of LTV Steel and


St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Leslie Readman, 9131 Chalfonte, Warren, girl, Nov. 28. George and Jill Frommelt,


STOCK, DIVIDENDBIDASKED

STOCK, DIVIDENDBIDASKED Avalon Holdings,2.672.80 Banc One,.84,37.3837.42 Clear Channel, 45.25


Man dies during surgery for artificial heart

Man dies during surgery for artificial heart HOUSTON -- A man suffering from chronic heart failure


NEW CASTLE Attorney to manage asbestos-related cases

Officials plan to eventually pay the asbestos master's salary with court fees. By LAURE CIOFFI


MAHONING COUNTY Board's voting system request hinges on available funding

Auditor George Tablack said now's not the time to move on the funding proposal. By BOB JACKSON


COLUMBIANA CO. Board to try to pay bill

The county's tight budget is being blamed for the debt. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU


BASEBALL

BASEBALL A Youngstown Class Little b team -- is accepting applications for manager and coaching


SEBRING SCHOOLS District sets policies for auditorium use

School functions would take precedence over any outside group wishing to use the auditorium. By


HOLIDAY KICKOFF Santa Claus to arrive in Girard on Saturday

GIRARD -- Greater Girard Area Chamber of Commerce will sponsor its annual holiday kickoff from 11


MVSD Directors to discuss revamping

The project was estimated at $40 million four years ago. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


CHAMPION Trustees name captain new police chief

The new police chief will be sworn in Jan. 2, township officials say. By PEGGY SINKOVICH


MAHONING COUNTY Judge sentences Bailey to prison term of 17 months

The former judge apologized for his behavior, saying he let the people of Mahoning County down. By


SEND MESSAGES TO U.S. TROOPS

SEND MESSAGES TO U.S. TROOPS The U.S. Department of Defense has set up a new e-mail site,


LISBON Gifted to present future at annual fair

The students worked with YSU professors and students to create robots, do physics experiments and


Rekindled spirits

Rekindled spirits How have the events of Sept. 11 and afterward rekindled your giving spirit, or


WARREN New tax administrator anticipates challenges

The administrator will work to increase collections in the city. By AMANDA C. DAVIS VINDICATOR


AP file photo, Oct. 14, 1995

AP file photo, Oct. 14, 1995 ON TAPE: Lady Bird Johnson's thoughts and fears are interwoven with


Police, USPS conduct mail theft probe

Police, USPS conduct mail theft probe CANFIELD -- Police and U.S. Postal Service inspectors are


Federal jurisdiction could improve airport security

Opinion: Federal jurisdiction could improve airport security EDITOR: A recent writer is not wrong to be


Man faces accusations of hitting autistic teen

Man faces accusations of hitting autistic teen NILES -- A Howland man will be in court next week,


EASTGATE REGIONAL COUNCIL McKelvey expresses shock at offices' move

Finance committee members said the relocation plans were a year old. The outfit is moving to


NILES 'Angels' help family who lost its home

A Niles family is buying beds for the Pavolillo daughters. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


Tammy R. Anderson to be married to John J. Amrich II on April 13

HUBBARD -- Plans for their upcoming marriage are being announced by Tammy R. Anderson and John J.


Allison Miller, Theodore Kramer to marry May 25

Announcement is being made by Trisha Terlecky Miller, 7335 West Blvd., Boardman, and George Miller,


Cheryl Lilko and David Games set wedding date

YOUNGSTOWN -- Robert and Dolores Lilko, 3209 Meredyth Lane, announce the engagement of their


WARREN CSC union welcomes news of purchase

One labor leader thinks a union successorship clause scared away one prospective buyer . By


The Vindicator/Bruce W. Palmer

The Vindicator/Bruce W. Palmer Museum to share spirit in arts Raymond Franklin of Dillard's


Lawrence UW reaches 80 % of goal

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Lawrence County United Way officials are hoping the needs of local agencies won't


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Gary R. Blumberg, 35, of 6841 Lockwood Blvd., #89, Boardman,


Third annual Tuba Christmas is coming to Eastwood Mall

NILES -- Tuba Christmas is coming to Eastwood Mall. The third annual performances will be at noon


OUT-OF-TOWN BIRTHS

Anthony and Jennifer (Carroll) Testa, 5601 Bethesda Court, Charlotte, N.C., are announcing the birth


Agencies get grants to help homeless

YOUNGSTOWN -- Eight Mahoning Valley agencies have received grants from the U.S. Department of


Sara Green to be bride of Michael Deem

Announcement is being made by John and Cindy Green, 4269 Maureen Drive, Youngstown, and John and Dee


MAHONING VALLEY Performance to feature South American sounds

YOUNGSTOWN -- The Fine Arts Council of Trumbull County and St. Rose of Lima Church are sponsoring


FOOD

Commandment Keepers Temple, 1331 Brighton St., Youngstown, 9 to 11 a.m. Friday. Food only, bring


MAHONING COUNTY Voting system hinges on funding

Auditor George Tablack said now's not the time to move on the funding proposal. By BOB JACKSON


OHIO ANNEXATION REFORM Cities pay to put law on ballot

A suburb of Columbus contributed the most of any city, $149,500. By JEFF ORTEGA VINDICATOR


YOUNGSTOWN In response to cuts by state, YSU faces difficult decisions

'It is, to say the least, a very difficult time for all of us,' YSU's president said. By RON COLE


COLUMBIANA COUNTY Board hears nays, yeas for plant

A decision on the application to site the proposed power plant is expected in a few weeks. By