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CELEBRATIONS XHungarian Heritage Day will be held by Youngstown American Hungarian Club, 2219

Jennifer Boehmer, Jay Anzellotti to wed Oct. 13 in Rochester, N.Y.

ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Dr. Jennifer Boehmer and Jay Anzellotti, both of 192 Laney Road, are engaged.

Lynda Kemerer, Robert Hannah to wed Oct. 5

YOUNGSTOWN -- Henry and Jane Kemerer, 1639 Weston Ave., are announcing the upcoming wedding of their

NILES Scrappers get final chances to show skills

With three games left, Manager Dave Turgeon and his staff are taking one last look. By BRIAN

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Who: New Jersey Cardinals at Scrappers. When: 7:05. Radio: WBBW-AM 1240.

Ross-Migliozzi engagement is announced

WARREN -- Martin and Anna Maria Ross, 7910 Raglan Drive, announce the engagement of their daughter,

Eagle Heights Academy has made great strides in comparatively short time

Opinion: Eagle Heights Academy has made great strides in comparatively short time EDITOR: I am writing to

Riding the ticket wave

Riding the ticket wave This could be a record year for thrill-seekers at the fair. According to

TEEN SEX It's in the air: Lyrics say it all

Racy songs have lost their shock value to many young people. By VERONICA GORLEY VINDICATOR

With or without a lawyer, rules in court are unchanged

Opinion: U.S. District Judge Lesley Brooks Wells should resist any urge to grant a motion by prosecutors that

Many people are unaware of bone-loss risk, professor says

By MARALINE KUBIK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER CANFIELD -- Physicians studying the prevalence of

YOUNGSTOWN Intruder at pizza shop is injured

The store owner says he would've been shot but he was 'an eighth of a second quicker' than the

HUBBARD Recipient battles to keep new heart, lungs

A heart and lung transplant was Karla Grantz Hunsbarger's only chance for life. By WILLIAM K.

CRIME STOPPERS Greater Youngstown

A search for Todd M. Burke is the focus of Crime Stoppers of Greater Youngstown this week: Crime:

155TH CANFIELD FAIR Be healthy Free screenings draw crowds to building

By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER CANFIELD -- I have high blood pressure, I don't have

HERMITAGE City offers funds to nonprofit agencies

Area organizations that provide housing for those with low- and moderate-incomes will be eligible.

Yarger-Villano wedding set for late September

HUBBARD -- Bonnie and Gerald Yarger, 3608 Woodbine Ave., are announcing the engagement of their


Opinion: The Independent, London, Aug. 28: The death of the 22-year-old sapper Ian Collins, killed when

NEW CASTLE Children's program seeking a new agency to take over

The Lawrence County Head Start program serves 333 low-income children. By LAURE CIOFFI

Wedding planned by Amy Bulford, Anthony Montana

LEETONIA -- Ronald and Karen Bulford, 370 Somer St., are announcing the engagement of their

Call-up gives Petty a return trip home

But the Southington graduate turned Tiger didn't get a chance to pitch against the Scrappers. By

'WEE ONES SHOWMANSHIP' They're naturals: Kids take the lead in exhibiting cows

The event is open to all children, including those who live in the city and do not raise cows. By

Ruben Rivera turned an ugly game for Cincinnati into a rare home win.

Ruben Rivera turned an ugly game for Cincinnati into a rare home win.


Sept. 7--at Idaho State7 p.m. Sept. 9--vs. Weber State1 p.m. Sept. 12--at Bowling Green4 p.m.

HAPPY JUMPER: Josh Cosgrove, 12, of Salem, is happy, although a little dizzy, as he gets off the

HAPPY JUMPER: Josh Cosgrove, 12, of Salem, is happy, although a little dizzy, as he gets off the


FINANCE X Columnist Jeff Brown has some financial questions that engaged couples should ask each

Edible-art show

Edible-art show YOUNGSTOWN -- The American Heart Association will sponsor its 12th annual Edible

COMPETITION There's something about to crow! At least, rooster owners hope so

Wilbur Stauffer says one of his roosters crowed 98 times in 30 minutes during a contest in

SLIPPERY ROCK UNIVERSITY Library upgrades online program

Even if the university's library is closed students can access the eBooks. SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa.

YOUNGSTOWN Honk, if you like the mess

They can shake tree branches with their beaks to get apples. One even walked from door to door to

Economic news may not be great, but U.S. workers are

Opinion: With American businesses faltering, tens of thousands of employees losing their jobs and the stock

Crash injures woman

Crash injures woman WARREN -- Karen Stith, 22, of Fox Run Road, Cortland, was admitted to Trumbull

New contraption gives kids lots of bounce for their buck

Kids are head over heels for the ride. By MARALINE KUBIK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER CANFIELD --


MARKET BEEF CHAMPION name - Matthew Maynard age - 16 where from - Diamond 4-H Club -

COLUMBIANA CORNER Bike-a-thon on Sept. 15 to aid St. Jude's hospital

A bike-a-thon to benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital will be Sept. 15 in Columbiana. Jill

Bahrey-Logan wedding date is announced

VIENNA -- Randy and Paula Niddel, Warner Road, are announcing the engagement of their daughter,

GIRARD SCHOOLS Lawyer: Petition work was honest

The man who said his signature was forged is a school district employee. By PEGGY SINKOVICH


Forum Health Northside Latisha R. Hughes, 353 W. Chalmers Ave., Youngstown, boy, Sept. 2. St.

Miss Bates to wed Eduardo Reyes in September

Kira Bates, 4150 Burkey Road, Austintown, and Eduardo Reyes, 128 E. Marion Ave., Youngstown, plan to

Newest Hokies succeed

Newest Hokies succeed Virginia Tech found a replacement for Michael Vick. The ninth-ranked Hokies


TRUMBULL COUNTY Docket entries National City Bank vs. Keith Daws, confirmation of sale. State

SCHEDULE YSU Cross Country

Men and Women Sept. 8 -- at Miami (Ohio) Classic Sept. 22 -- at Penn State Invitational Sept.

EXHIBITS Carving out a curiosity: Redwood house rolls in

The hollowed-out log once provided a home for Jamie Allen's grandfather. By MARALINE KUBIK