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LORDSTOWN Command teacher won't be appointed

The position would have aided the superintendent, who is serving as the elementary school principal.

Explosion destroys house in Medina Co.

A council of governments would decide if Warren can take part in the program. By AMANDA C. DAVIS

COLUMBIANA CO. Farm bureau

During the 2001 annual meeting of the county farm bureau Thursday in Lisbon, members: Named

MAHONING VALLEY 7 are indicted in drug probe

Officials said the drug ring sold about 2.2 pounds of cocaine worth $100,000 each week. By JoANNE

Lawmakers' reactions mixed

Two local lawmakers suggested video poker might be needed to pay for the cost of the court order.

United States was right in abandoning conference

Opinion: It turns out that U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell was right all along: the so-called world

YOUNGSTOWN 50 are laid off from Parker Hannifin plant

THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN The union wants answers about why workers are without jobs. By DON

ROUNDUP Fitch, Boardman cruise to SVC triumphs

Both teams remained undefeated with wins over Ursuline and Mooney, respectively. YOUNGSTOWN --


ASSOCIATIONS XMahoning Retired Teachers Association will have a luncheon and meeting Wednesday

SCHEDULE High school football

TONIGHT'S GAMES 7:30 kickoffs unless noted Chaney at Boardman Wilson at Poland Niles at

YOUNGSTOWN Teen pleads innocent in rape

Some black women are wondering about the county prosecutor's motivation. By PATRICIA MEADE

COLUMBIANA CO. Bureau defends office closing

A state director in charge of Portage, Stark and Summit counties now is in charge of local programs.


WESTMINSTER vs. WALSH When: 11 a.m. Where: Fawcett Stadium, Canton. Last year: Westminster 27,

Senator: Take advantage of college savings plans

COLUMBUS -- September is National College Savings Month, and a state senator from Trumbull County

Hundreds of Canfield Fair visitors received Mahoning County directories with the names and telephone

Opinion: Hundreds of Canfield Fair visitors received Mahoning County directories with the names and telephone

SCHOOL FUNDING Educators rail against ruling

The high court's decision was 'cowardly and self-serving,' one educator said. By RON COLE

CAMPBELL Medical complex receives tax break

The complex will include podiatry, physical therapy and radiology. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR

Campbell officials seek grocery store

CAMPBELL -- With winter on the horizon, city officials are getting antsy for someone to buy the

Defense site cleanup

Defense site cleanup WASHINGTON -- The Army Corps of Engineers is off to a slow start in cleaning

WHAT THEY SAID School funding reaction

"A climate of legal, financial, and political uncertainty concerning Ohio's school-funding system

Poland man charged with child enticement

Poland man charged with child enticement WEATHERSFIELD -- A 26-year-old man was charged in Niles

Hill pleads guilty to theft charges

LISBON -- Clifford E. Hill Jr. will be sentenced Oct. 11 after pleading guilty to theft charges

YOUNGSTOWN Control board

The city's control board approved these items Thursday: A $240,120 contract to Foust Construction

SALEM Animal shelter will be sold

While the shelter property is offered for sale, the staff will continue to find homes for the cats


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Jerome A. Jones, legal age, 596 Stull Ave. #2, Girard, and


St. Elizabeth Kelly Payton, 523 W. Judson Ave., Youngstown, boy, Sept. 6. Turhan and Lovella

POLAND TOWNSHIP First case of virus is found in Valley

No human cases of West Nile virus have been found in Ohio. By WILLIAM K. ALCORN VINDICATOR STAFF

Volunteers take day off to work



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PREP VOLLEYBALL Salem tops Canfield in MAC test

The Quakers jumped out early and won two straight matches. By CHUCK HOUSTEAU VINDICATOR

FEDERAL COURT Government rebuts Traficant's strategy

The congressman's fourth motion asking to remove the lead prosecutor was expected today. By

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GIRARD SCHOOLS Parents to refile lawsuit

The dismissal was based on several points, including that the lawsuit did not comply with the


Opinion: Washington Post: In each of the past few years, congressional Democrats have tried and failed to

LAWRENCE COUNTY Search nets pot plants

No arrests have been made, but authorities are still investigating. NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Authorities

It's always a beautiful day in this neighborhood

Opinion: It's always a beautiful day in this neighborhood EDITOR: It is with a great deal of pride and

Endangering charge dismissed for man

Endangering charge dismissed for man NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Charges against a man accused of leaving a

MAHONING VALLEY Builders report rise in thefts from sites

Deputies arrested two men Wednesday night on charges of attempted theft from a home construction

Surprising humility in rookie star

Opinion: That St. Louis Cardinal rookie Bud Smith should pitch a no-hitter against the San Diego Padres

GAIL WHITE Piano dueling is this entertainer's forte

"Good evening, folks! How are you tonight? Somebody say, 'All right!' " greets Gary Mumford as he

MVSD Water board awards pact for meters

The meters measure concentration of particles in the water. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL

Howland gets most of least

The Tigers managed only five shots, but beat Canfield 2-1. By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF

HOWLAND Charge filed after dog is shot, killed

The chief defended the policeman's action in killing the German shepherd. By PEGGY SINKOVICH

BOYS SOCCER Graves goal gives Irish 1-0 victory

The winning shot against Salem came in the final three minutes and kept Ursuline unbeaten. By JOHN

STOCKS Local interest

STAFF/WIRE REPORTS TROY, Mich -- Kmart Corp. is closing two distribution centers but will continue

Accident victim dies

Accident victim dies YOUNGSTOWN -- A Youngstown woman involved in a one-car accident Aug. 31 on

COLLEGE FOOTBALL YSU eyes better showing against Clarion

The Penguins hope to eliminate the mistakes they made in the rout of Lock Haven. By PETE MOLLICA

MAHONING COUNTY Officials to seek bids for health insurance

A county official blamed greedy drug companies for the rate increases. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR

DOWNTOWN YOUNGSTOWN CIC keeps annex proposal handy

Talk is that project costs may be more than a private developer can absorb. By ROGER G. SMITH

Hardrives manager plans to plead guilty

The defendant was charged three days after his boss pleaded guilty. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR

In step with Noelle Zalac

You may already know Canfield junior goal keeper Noelle Zalac was an all-district selection last

FAMILY OF THE YEAR An award on road to recovery

The state award will be given next week. By STEPHEN SIFF VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF WARREN --

ARENA BOARD Proposal: Test site with a concert

Let's practice before we pour concrete, promoter urges. By PETER H. MILLIKEN VINDICATOR STAFF