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Supervisors get pay raises

Raises are related to job responsibility, the engineer said. By STEPHEN SIFF VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


MAC Salem overcomes early deficit to get first win

Poland crushed Jefferson, 56-0. LISBON -- Beaver Local jumped out to an early 14-0 lead on a Derek


By MARALINE KUBIK

By MARALINE KUBIK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER CANFIELD -- Isabelle (Carlson) Sandquist won a trip to


Miss Williamson, Mr. Egler plan autumn wedding

ALLIANCE -- Announcing their engagement are Annetta L. Williamson and Donnie Egler, both of 1733-D


Record-setting races

Record-setting races Labor Day at the fair will be especially busy for horse race fans. A record


Plan would overhaul Condit's district

Plan would overhaul Condit's district SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Lawmakers unveiled a California


U.S. foreign policy has too long appeased terrorists

Opinion: U.S. foreign policy has too long appeased terrorists EDITOR: The "Attack on America" has finally


YOUNGSTOWN New stamp marks Islamic festivals

A postal service spokeswoman said the stamp reflects the American public. By D.A. WILKINSON


SHARON After ordination, priest will serve as vicar in Erie

The Sharon man said he was given signs that God was calling him. SHARON, Pa. -- James Reardon said


Judge imposes gag order

Detective Casey said she walked away from the case. By BOB JACKSON and PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR


AUSTINTOWN Advocate for the aging chosen for Senate post

By WILLIAM K. ALCORN VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER AUSTINTOWN -- William H. Adams, area advocate for


ISLAMIC FESTIVALS Commemorative stamp

The stamp commemorates the two most important festivals -- or eids -- in the Islamic calendar: Eid


Merger poses positive challenge

Social services will be the focus of the new South Side church. By D.A. WILKINSON VINDICATOR


PENNSYLVANIA Sharpsville tops Western Beaver

The Blue Devils hit a fourth-quarter field goal to avenge last year's loss. By BILL ALBRIGHT


Sale of plant causes concern

The president of the new company told workers they all have a job and he hopes to hire more. By


Ground game carries Irish over Redmen

The one-two punch of Terrence Graves and Delbert Ferguson led Ursuline to a 54-0 win. By BOB


By LAURE CIOFFI

By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR NEW CASTLE BUREAU NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Angenette Wallace walked into


First-quarter explosion propels South Range past Crestview, 56-0

The Raiders scored 28 first-period points en route to the win. By JOHN BUTERA VINDICATOR


TAC Williams has three touchdowns in win

Hubbard and Girard picked up victories, as well. GARRETTSVILLE -- Jaris Williams ran 22 times for


UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Igniting ministry with ad campaign

A Girard church wants to offer hope. By D.A. WILKINSON VINDICATOR RELIGION EDITOR GIRARD --


U.S. gains credibility with Israeli withdrawal

Opinion: On Wednesday, U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell assured Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat that he


ICL-TCL Newton Falls leads early, wins 42-7

Tim Grimm's 111 yards led Southington past Sebring, 27-0. NORTH JACKSON -- Marty Hutchinson ran


DISTRICT Jackson runs wild against Fitch, 32-7

The Falcons dropped their second straight game because they couldn't stop the Polar Bears.


GAME TIME Tonight

Who: Pirates (D. Williams 1-6) at Reds (Acevedo 4-5). When: 7:05.


Cowboys slip by Canfield

Ron Serrano led Chaney to its second straight win, 13-7. By CHUCK HOUSTEAU VINDICATOR


CLUB CALENDAR

ADVISORIES XChampion Parents Advisory will meet at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at the high school media


Woman recognized as teacher of year

EAST PALESTINE -- Diane Clapsaddle of Lisbon has been selected as the Ohio Wal-Mart and Sam's Club


Union leader's allegation rebutted

Two companies bid on the job, one of which uses union labor. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM


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& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;AXTMANN & lt;/B & gt;, Charles F. Jr., 83, of


Mohawk, Sharon cruise to victories

BESSEMER, Pa. -- Mitch Gasperoni ran 20 times for 214 yards to lead Mohawk to a 46-0 win over Center


MAHONING COUNTY Agencies work out contract agreement

MEADD members may vote Sept. 9 on a new three-year contract. YOUNGSTOWN -- The Mahoning County


NEW CASTLE Charges dropped after ex-worker repays money taken from agency

The defendant gave money and had the charges against her dropped. NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Angenette


Aimee Bidelman and Ross Evans to wed in park

AUSTINTOWN -- Plans for a fall wedding are being made by Aimee Bidelman and Ross Evans, both of


No playoffs this year for the Scrappers

NILES -- For the first time in their three-year history, the Mahoning Valley Scrappers won't be


YOUNGSTOWN RAPE Detective accepts gag order

Baldwin Casey said she walked away from the case. By BOB JACKSON and PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR


Woman sues park on behalf of minor child

Woman sues park on behalf of minor child WARREN -- A Niles woman is suing Willow Lake Park in


CSC LTD. Union president sees hope in new bid deadline

The union leader said furloughed workers can expect to vote on a modified contract by mid-September.


SCHEDULE Major cross country meets

SEPTEMBER (boys and girls unless noted) Today -- North Canton Hoover Invitational, 9 a.m.


Girard police investigate scam

GIRARD -- Police are investigating a report of men claiming to be from the water department who took


Parkers prefer prime spots

By MARALINE KUBIK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER CANFIELD -- Fistfuls of cash are easy to come by if


CORTLAND Niles holds off Lakeview, 10-7

The Red Dragons took advantage of the Bulldogs' mistakes for their first win. By SAL MARINO


Annual drawdown

Annual drawdown MILTON -- Lake Milton's annual drawdown begins Tuesday. Ohio Department of


Michael J. Sabol, 36, West Midlothian Boulevard, Youngstown; receiving stolen property.

Michael J. Sabol, 36, West Midlothian Boulevard, Youngstown; receiving stolen property. Tomasina


MAHONING COUNTY Candidate removed due to error

Kimberly Poma's new address was not typed into the election board's computer records. By DAVID


Ribbons awarded to wines with best taste

By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER CANFIELD -- Alan and Lara Eggleston have been told that they


YOUNGSTOWN City asks for time on plan for court

Mayor George McKelvey says the city hopes to have an answer by Sept. 28. By BOB JACKSON


Christian car cruise

Christian car cruise WARREN -- Glenn Christian Church will have its sixth annual ox roast and car


WARREN City to have minority trade fair

Prospective minority business owners can get information on loan programs and other assistance.


REGION Massive rainfall causes cancellations in Valley

The Canfield Fair admissions director expects to make up for Friday's attendance losses over the


WARREN Inmate sues judge over issue of rights

The man says the court conspired against him. By AMANDA C. DAVIS VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


NEW CASTLE Judge upholds decision to close street for school

An appeal on the city's decision to issue a conditional use permit is still pending. NEW CASTLE,


GETTING IT RIGHT

Harry Godney of Liberty, who drove through an intersection and hit a Girard police car this week, is


LEETONIA Projects are pieces that will fit, explain big puzzle, official says

Continued improvements to the water system and development of a sports complex are on the horizon.


After Labor Day, White House should work on openness

Opinion: The Bush administration should make a Labor Day resolution to return to Washington with a new


Dancing with a machine

Champion motorcyclist Tommi Ahvala pivots, twists and bunny hops with his bike. By MARALINE KUBIK


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Raymond E. Kollar, 49, of 3673 Joyce Ann Drive, Youngstown,


Really radical about robots

The demonstrations are held each evening in the fair's technology center. By IAN HILL VINDICATOR


Forum Health Northside

Forum Health Northside John and Holly Miller, 271 Center St., Struthers, girl, Aug. 31. Rashanda


PREP SCORES, SUMMARIES & amp; SCHEDULE

FRIDAY'S RESULTS FOOTBALL AREA West Branch 27, Rayen 8 Ursuline 54, Wilson 0 Chaney 13,


ERNIE BROWN JR. Women's vision, dedication drive them to success

Wilma V. Torres, a top administrator for the Youngstown Area Community Action Council, said in a


First-quarter explosion carries South Range past Crestview, 56-0

The Raiders scored 28-first period points en route to their second win. By JOHN BUTERA