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Miss Kennedy, Donald Cameron to be married

SHARON, Pa. -- Tom and Nancy Kennedy, 1004 Bon Air Drive, announce the engagement of their daughter,

Marching band helps teens stay in line

Band members spend weeks preparing for area band nights and halftime shows. By PEGGY SINKOVICH

Amy Babinec, John Herman to marry Oct. 13

AUSTINTOWN -- Announcement is being made by Gene and Gail Babinec, 4070 Nottingham Ave., of the

CHARACTERISTICS Glomerulonephritis

Affects the glomeruli, microscopic structures in the kidneys. Inflammation occurs within the

Local resident, businessman holds record for longevity

The Boardman man has exhibited at the fair for 75 consecutive years. By MARALINE KUBIK

COLUMBIANA Case of missing woman hits a wall

Authorities have monitored a homicide probe in Jefferson County but find no connection with the

Free exercise classes

Free exercise classes WARREN -- Rebecca Williams Community Center at 760 Main Ave. S.W. is


South High School Class of 1976 will hold a 25th-year reunion Nov. 23-25 at The Elm Tree in

MINERAL RIDGE Brother will donate kidney to ailing sister

Marilyn Vega now must go to dialysis three times a week. By SEAN BARRON VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER

MARALINE KUBIK I've watched, and people are nothing to crow about

People-watching is one of my favorite pastimes. There's nothing as entertaining as watching what

Air Reserve Station carries out important missions

Opinion: Air Reserve Station carries out important missions EDITOR: This is in regard to a letter I

IN TUNE With Sherry Linkon

Age: 41. Hometown: Grew up in Denver, Colo., lives on Youngstown's North Side. Occupation:

St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Andrew and Larissa McElrath, 15050 Robinson Road, Newton Falls, boy, Sept. 1.


Opinion: Los Angeles Times: Reporters don't take promises of confidentiality lightly. A complex story often

Steve Park released

Steve Park released Winston Cup driver Steve Park was released from the hospital Monday, two days

YOUNGSTOWN YWCA seeks nominations for award

YOUNGSTOWN -- Nominations are being accepted for the YWCA of Youngstown's 24th annual Women of the

LEADERSHIP Junior Fair director follows in uncle's footsteps

Dedication is a family affair for Darrel A. Bacon and his nephew, Don Snyder Jr. By MARALINE KUBIK

YSU Staying power: Giving freshmen a hand

YSU is starting new efforts to retain academically vulnerable first-year students. By RON COLE

ONE-ON-ONE | Sherry Linkon Teaching brings most enjoyment

You wear many hats -- teacher, writer, researcher, coordinator, co-director. Which hat do you enjoy

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PETS & amp; TECHNOLOGY Finding real homes with online listings

Microchips, microprocessors and member shelters help create better lives for animals. By SEAN

Holiday food drive

Holiday food drive YOUNGSTOWN -- The Jewish Community Relations Council's 10th annual High Holiday

THE VINDICATOR Fans snap up thousands of tickets to game

The Vindicator gave out 3,300 YSU football tickets during the fair. By IAN HILL VINDICATOR


THE FACTS 2001 tax rebate Information about tax rebates Americans should receive by the end of

Parents announce Niro-Guzman engagement

Debra Niro, 695 E. Western Reserve Road, Poland, and Paul Guzman, 44 N. Maryland Ave., Youngstown,

Scrappers finishing just like they started

Mahoning Valley gave up 15 hits to the New Jersey Cardinals in a 9-4 loss. By PETE MOLLICA

DIANE MAKAR MURPHY Bittersweet memories of immigration

Nida Rentas was a 7-year-old country girl living in the mountains of Puerto Rico when her family

Miss Woodall to be bride of Brian McClelland

YOUNGSTOWN -- Joseph and Carmela Woodall, 3836 S. Schenley Ave., announce the engagement of their

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

The American Veterinarian Identification Devices and Home Again Systems are designed to locate

Number of injured down

Number of injured down The number of fairgoers treated for minor injuries and illnesses during the

Parents announce Gunn-Terek wedding date

POLAND -- The engagement of Megan Elizabeth Gunn, a daughter of Hugh and June Gunn, all of 8580 Four

Milosevic getting no less than he deserves

Opinion: For all the public posturings of erstwhile Yugoslav strongman Slobodan Milosevic, that the United

Two hunters shot

Two hunters shot NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Police believe a dove hunter had bad aim, shooting two other

Parents announce Lopez-Maiorana wedding plans

The engagement of Cassandra Lopez of Norton and Joseph S. Maiorana of Girard is announced by their

Letting it ride at the fair

A total of 34 harness races were held over three days at the fair. By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF

School board candidate

School board candidate YOUNGSTOWN -- Clarence Boles of 3329 Idlewood Ave. has filed to run as a

Miss McGregor, Mr. McNally to wed Oct. 13

HOUSTON -- The engagement of Jennifer McGregor of Houston and Christopher Michael McNally, 1756


FAIR ATTENDANCE By the numbers The 155th Canfield Fair opened at 8 a.m. Wednesday and continued

"There's a complete absence of buyers in the market, so anyone who wants to sell is selling into a

Opinion: "There's a complete absence of buyers in the market, so anyone who wants to sell is selling into a

Associated Press

Associated Press NEW BEGINNING: Dennis Moran helps set up a program at the Wright Museum with Lynn

How far will Republicans go to avoid talking about taxes?

Opinion: Here's a question Ohio Gov. Bob Taft and the Republican leadership in the General Assembly never


Who: New Jersey Cardinals (34-40) at Scrappers (25-48). When: 7:05. Radio: WBBW-AM (1240).

REGION Residents find use for rebate checks

The federal tax rebates -- about $300 for singles and $600 for couples -- have started coming. By


TRUMBULL COUNTY Marriage licenses Robert J. DiPiero, 30, of 858 Doris Drive, Hubbard, and

Summary of police activity:

Summary of police activity: BOARDMAN Aug. 20 Arrest: A 16-year-old Boardman boy was