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YOUNGSTOWN Last of 4 defendants sentenced in killing

Two other men are in prison and one was cleared. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR COURTHOUSE REPORTER


PURE DISCRIMINATION

Opinion: Washington Post: Steven Lofton, a pediatric nurse, has spent the last 10 years caring full-time for


NORTH JACKSON ATF probes bomb at hall

The police chief said he would call the ATF about the test results today. NORTH JACKSON -- The


SALEM Skaters set to open park

Two groups will be giving away helmets to skaters during the christening of the city skate park.


HUBBARD Lawmakers question decision process

The zoning board chairman said if the council members don't like the meeting process, they can stay


Salem annexation to help Perry Township residents

One councilwoman said the residents have severe, chronic septic system problems. SALEM -- Some


VIENNA ATD lays off whole force, seeks new rack orders

The company hopes contracts with Ford and GM will help it bring back workers. VIENNA -- ATD Corp.,


Domer-Cordon wedding plans are announced

BOARDMAN -- Announced by Raymond T. Domer, 6625 Bristlewood Drive, is the engagement of his


Sizzling set

Sizzling set The names of Walnut Acres' new certified organic salsas -- "Midnight Sun," "Sweet


MAHONING VALLEY SCRAPPERS, CLEVELAND INDIANS Moran tough in the clutch

The Scrappers pitcher demonstrated that he knows how to get out of trouble in a win over New Jersey.


SCRAPPERS NOTEBOOK From Cafaro Field

Honor: First baseman Rickie Morton was named the New York-Penn League's Batter of the Week for the


Hammar-Martin engagement is announced

POLAND -- Announcement is being made by Thomas and Diane Hammar, 7881 Indian Trail, of the


MAHONING COUNTY Library panel to urge more funds for software

YOUNGSTOWN -- The budget, finance and audit committee of the Public Library of Youngstown and


Bazetta ends patrols on weekend day shift

Bazetta ends patrols on weekend day shift BAZETTA -- Police officers here will no longer work day


PACKARD MUSIC HALL City's help paves way for box-office project

Short- and long-term planning efforts are being made to generate revenue at the W. D. Packard Music


COLLEGE FOOTBALL Baun, Mays named YSU's top players

They were selected after the Penguins' season-opening win over Lock Haven. By PETE MOLLICA


Borough council acts on projects

NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. -- Borough council met in regular session Tuesday and took the following action:


MAHONING COUNTY Bids sought for electronic voting system

The county could go to an all electronic voting system as early as May 2002. By DAVID SKOLNICK


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& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;ANDRELLA, & lt;/B & gt; Olga, 84, of Warren;


St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Jeffrey and Richelle Laughner, 6910 Winter Park Ave., Austintown, girl, Sept. 4.


BADGER SCHOOLS OEA rep: Everyone 'is happy'

Pay raises alone will cost the district $1 million over the life of the contract. By STEPHEN SIFF


Farm accident kills man in Mercer County

Farm accident kills man in Mercer County STONEBORO, Pa. -- A 50-year-old man died of injuries he


Gasp! Seattle is Tribe's best bet?

A moment of silence please as we pay respects to the playoff hopes of the 2001 Boston Red Sox and


Memorial shouldn't mar unique National Mall

Opinion: Memorial shouldn't mar unique National Mall EDITOR I am writing in responds to the Sept. 1


LAWRENCE COUNTY Commissioners OK jail demolition plan

A state grant will pay to put Lawrence County law library resources on CDs. By LAURE CIOFFI


Angela Pettenati to be bride of Frank Restaino

Robert and Sandra Pettenati, 929 Champion St. E., Warren, and Mario and Anna Restaino, 38 Navajo


GRANT CASE Judge denies request

The matter had been pending since 1997. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR COURTHOUSE REPORTER


Home found saturated with sewage

AUSTINTOWN -- Police found the first floor of a home at 139 N. Roanoke Ave. saturated with liquid


AMTRAK Daylight service coming?

A rail passengers group isn't happy with the proposal. YOUNGSTOWN -- Night rail service in


STOCK, DIVIDENDBIDASKED

STOCK, DIVIDENDBIDASKED Avalon Holdings,2.602.90 Banc One,.84,34.2434.25 Clear Channel, 49.57


GIRLS SOCCER Daprile's free kick is key to win

Poland scored two second half goals to pull away from Howland in their MAC opener, 3-0. By BOB


Summary of police activity:

Summary of police activity: GIRARD Aug. 27 Vandalism: A 15 year-old male scratched a vehicle


Prosecutor asks to send rape case to adult court

YOUNGSTOWN -- An assistant Mahoning County prosecutor assigned to juvenile court has filed a motion


Dorcas McClellan, T.J. Hutchinson to be married in South Carolina

GIRARD -- The Rev. and Mrs. Boyd McClellan, 26 Hickory Trace, are announcing the engagement of their


NEW WILMINGTON Borough considers canceling cable channel after complaint

NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. -- Borough officials will look into whether they can drop their premium movie


COMMERCIAL METAL FORMING Company puts plant at its core

By DON SHILLING VINDICATOR BUSINESS EDITOR YOUNGSTOWN -- A metal stamping plant that always


Five candidates file appeals after removals

YOUNGSTOWN -- Five would-be candidates kicked off the Nov. 6 ballot by the Mahoning County Board of


COLUMBIANA COUNTY Wellsville man faces obscenity charges

LISBON -- A 46-year-old Wellsville man is being held on $100,000 bond in Columbiana County Jail on


LAWRENCE COUNTY ELECTIONS Board will change over ballot measure

Judge Ralph D. Pratt will appoint three people to serve on the election board. By LAURE CIOFFI


Parents announce Castrilla-Katsaras wedding plans

BOARDMAN -- Arrangements for the upcoming marriage of Stephanie Castrilla and Richard Katsaras, both


MAHONING VALLEY Brighter future for business

A development campaign is halfway through. By CYNTHIA VINARSKY VINDICATOR BUSINESS WRITER


Do airlines have secret agent plan?

Opinion: Airlines seem to be determined to have you, the traveler, all to themselves. They want very much to


Exhibit features the art of heart-healthy cooking

YOUNGSTOWN -- The 12th annual Edible Art Collection, sponsored by the American Heart Association, is


YOUNGSTOWN Woman reports rape by three men

This is the second rape with multiple assailants reported on the South Side in two weeks. By


GIRARD School board opposes lawyer

A judge is expected to decide soon whether to dismiss a lawsuit seeking to remove the board members.


Miss Ghossain, Carl Greenaway are engaged

BOARDMAN -- The engagement of Theresa Ghossain, daughter of Fred Ghossain, both of 7557 Jaguar


MEETING ROUNDUP Township trustees

HUBBARD Trustees approved these actions Tuesday night: U A zoning change request from John


AGENDA

AGENDA THURSDAY Eastgate Regional Council of Governments' techincal advisory committee, 10 a.m.,


Lottery winner finally comes forward

Lottery winner finally comes forward YOUNGSTOWN -- Patrolman Dave Wilson didn't check his lottery


LISBON Flauto foundation buys sanctuary

The foundation bid $161,000 at a sheriff's auction. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU


Tammy Straley, Lee Hanshaw Jr. to be married

NILES -- Tammy Straley and Lee Hanshaw Jr., both of Niles, are engaged. The bride-to-be is a


Prosecutor wrong in seeking to silence Youngstown officer

Opinion: If anything, Youngstown Detective Sgt. Delphine Baldwin Casey tends to be rather strident when it


Dance to raise funds for transplant patient

Dance to raise funds for transplant patient HUBBARD -- A fund-raising event for 15-year-old


GAIL WHITE Parents must be firm when correcting cutie-pies

We were enjoying a wonderful afternoon at the swimming pool. The sun was shining, a slight breeze


GETTING IT RIGHT

GETTING IT RIGHT The Animal Welfare League of Trumbull County keeps adoptable dogs and cats a


TRUMBULL COUNTY

TRUMBULL COUNTY New complaints Manufacturers & amp; Traders vs. Arnold E. Boylen,


CORTLAND Mayor: Road is path to project

Mayor Melissa Long is asking commissioners for assurance that the road could be built should need