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OHIO Officials, baby food company warn parents of ongoing fraud

The baby food company cautioned parents against mailing personal information about their children.


Associated Press

Associated Press IN WITH THE OLD: Cynthia Jeffries and her daughter Madeleine pick some of the


NICOLE STROHECKER ROBERT PIRIAK

NICOLE STROHECKER ROBERT PIRIAK BEAVER TOWNSHIP -- Nicole Lyn Strohecker and Robert Louis Piriak


CLEVELAND CLINIC

Getting through medical school is easier when you have a twin to lean on. By ASHLEY POWERS


YOUNGSTOWN Anti-drug program to begin

The program will include a community computer lab and a police department substation. YOUNGSTOWN


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YSU takes action to make freshman year rewarding

Opinion: As an open-admission university, Youngstown State is hard-pressed to reject any Ohio resident with a


GROVE CITY Wilmington defeats Grove City, 33-0

The Greyhounds earned199 yards on the ground. By BILL ALBRIGHT VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT GROVE


2001 NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE TEAM-BY-TEAM SCHEDULES

AFC EAST BUFFALO Sept. 9 -- New Orleans1 p.m. Sept. 16 -- at Miami1 p.m. Sept. 23 -- at


DeBartolo center to be built in Indiana

DeBartolo center to be built in Indiana SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- The University of Notre Dame has


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Accident victim's family files suit against driver

Accident victim's family files suit against driver YOUNGSTOWN -- The family of a 15-year-old


JENNIFER FISH LAURENCE MINGLE

JENNIFER FISH LAURENCE MINGLE BOARDMAN -- Living in Warren after a honeymoon trip to the


Rowe's summer full of challenges

The Scrappers pitching staff ranked 13th of 14 teams in the league. By BRIAN RICHESSON


SCRAPPERS Players develop despite poor season

Manager Dave Turgeon said the season was one of "peaks and valleys." By BRIAN RICHESSON


TRUMBULL COUNTY Now that they have the equipment, what's next?

By STEPHEN SIFF VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER WARREN -- In a corner of a damp Trumbull County


NEOUCOM About the school

Tiffany and Crystal Thomas are two of about 100 students admitted to Northeastern Ohio Universities


NILES Police charge man over episode with boy

The Poland man pleaded innocent to the misdemeanor charges. NILES -- Weathersfield police filed a


'CATCH THE DREAM' Trek to boost spirituality

The pastor said it took a while for the congregation to warm to the idea. By D.A. WILKINSON


BOARDMAN 3 officers to retire by end of October

BOARDMAN -- Three police detectives who have each served more than 20 years on the township force


Forum Health Northside

Forum Health Northside Chad and Karry Rupert, 23 Victor Ave., Niles, girl, Sept. 6. Phillip and


MY FAVORITE MEMORY By Dave Turgeon

We asked Scrappers manager Dave Turgeon to recall part of the 2001 season that he'll remember most:


NFC CAPSULES

NEW YORK -- Capsules of the NFC in order of their finish last season (records are for regular season


YOUNGSTOWN RB Smith powers Sharon to second win over Mooney

Tiger tailback Marcus Smith had two touchdowns. By BOB ROTH VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT


YOUNGSTOWN Traficant: Keep my case evidence private

By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME REPORTER YOUNGSTOWN -- U.S. Rep. James A. Traficant Jr.


SCRAPPERS, NEW YORK-PENN LEAGUE FINAL STATISTICS

SCRAPPERS STATISTICS BATTING ABRHHRRBIAvg Mike Edwards 3b711926624.366 Billy Munoz


LINDSAY JACKSON DAVID LEWIS

LINDSAY JACKSON DAVID LEWIS WARSAW, Ind. -- The lawn at Olde Crystal Lake Chapel was the setting


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Vincent A. Frattaroli, 35, of 7221 Pennsylvania, Poland, and


LIBERTY POLICE New chief working to unify force

Officers are experiencing a sense of relief with the new chief, a union leader says. By TIM YOVICH


NEW WILMINGTON Officer pleads guilty to burglary

Video cameras taped the thefts. NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. -- A police officer accused of stealing money


YOUNGSTOWN Official: Let's rethink downtown agency

A councilman thinks the Central Area Community Improvement Corp. should be re-evaluated. By ROGER


MELISSA LENTINE JOHN CHETSKO JR.

MELISSA LENTINE JOHN CHETSKO JR. YOUNGSTOWN -- Marriage vows were exchanged at 1:30 p.m. Aug. 11


METRO ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Eagles' romp over Struthers is the first in Bayuk's era

Hubbard's Anthony Smith rushed for 128 yards. East Liverpool won easily at Salem. VINDICATOR STAFF


ON THE AIR College football

11 a.m. (WKST-AM 1200) (WWNW-FM 88.9), WEXC-FM (107.1) Westminster at Walsh. Noon (33) (5)


YSU Sweet will be installed in October

The event will be modest compared to some at other campuses, one of the event's organizers said.


Hard work pays off for Morton

The first baseman broke the Scrappers' home run record. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR SPORTS


Summary of police activity:

Summary of police activity: BOARDMAN Aug. 27 Auto Theft: A 1989 Pontiac Bonneville was stolen


PRISCILLA FITCH RUSSELL SARKIES

PRISCILLA FITCH RUSSELL SARKIES YOUNGSTOWN -- Priscilla J. Fitch, 745 Annawan Lane, Boardman,


BOARDMAN Nurses association honors contractor for his support

BOARDMAN -- Called an avid supporter and long-standing friend, David D. Davis was recognized Friday


CLUB CALENDAR

ASSOCIATIONS XThe Licensed Practical Nurses Association, Division 3 of Mahoning and Trumbull


Dedication set

Dedication set YOUNGSTOWN -- Guiding Light Ministries will dedicate its Center of Hope facility in


MELODY CURTIS JOSEPH WHINNERY

MELODY CURTIS JOSEPH WHINNERY CENTERVILLE -- Melody Carol Curtis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephan


YOUNGSTOWN YSU, other officials worry that ruling could affect higher education funds

More money for schools may mean less for universities, higher education leaders say. By RON COLE


WARREN Youngstown center prepares to take over Warren West

Patients will get a say in how the expanding health center is run. By AMANDA C. DAVIS VINDICATOR


YOUTH FOOTBALL Area results

South Catholic Jr. High 13, North Catholic 0 -- Dan McCloud threw two touchdown passes to Kevin


A MEETING OF THE ST. ELIZABETH HEALTH CENTER AUXILIARY WILL BE TUESDAY. THE DATE WAS OMITTED FROM THEIR ANNOUNCEMENT.

Verifiable errors, omissions, and clarifications are handled here. If you believe the information in


LIBERTY McDonald tames Leopards, 12-6

The team played solid defense in the fourth quarter. By SAL MARINO VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT


Pirates win

Pirates win Tony McKnight allowed only a third-inning run, pitching 62/3 innings Friday night as


HOWLAND Tigers burn up scoreboard in 28-0 win over Lakeview

The Tigers rumbled for 293 yards on the ground in blanking the Bulldogs. By CHAD KRISPINSKY


YOUNGSTOWN Lengthy chase on foot leads police to arrest man on drug, gun charges

By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME REPORTER YOUNGSTOWN -- As Jawan L. Tate ran to escape capture


NILES MUNICIPAL COURT Renovation reveals record of old-time crimes

A record book lists such criminal offenses as bastardy, which accused a man of impregnating someone


California wildfire destroys 15 homes

California wildfire destroys 15 homes YANKEE HILL, Calif. -- Kenneth Renfrow believed he had


SCHEDULE Pittsburgh Steelers

Sept. 9 -- at Jacksonville1 p.m. Sept. 16 -- Cleveland8:30 p.m. Sept. 23 -- open Sept. 30 --


SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP Trustee complains grants are lacking

The township should be guaranteed money each year since it contains part of a landfill, a trustee


BOARDMAN 10, CHANEY 7 Kicker Good makes good with 42-yard winning FG

Poland blanked Wilson for a third straight shutout win. By CHUCK HOUSTEAU VINDICATOR