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Headgear is cool -- and hot item

Nearly all the bicyclists who are killed in accidents aren't wearing helmets. By REBECCA SLOAN

Little mistakes prove costly, but Browns ready to move on

Seattle returner Charlie Rogers took advantage of a special team lapse to set up the game-winning


DONNA VACLAV DAVID CIUFFREDA YOUNGSTOWN -- Donna Jean Vaclav and David Wayne Ciuffreda, both of

SLIPPERY ROCK UNIVERSITY USDA gives $50,000 grant to fund yearlong plant study

The study will examine how plants absorb and use nutrients from the soil. SLIPPERY ROCK -- A


CHARITY WAGNER JOHN KIRTLEY II COVINGTON, Ky. -- Married at 2 p.m. Aug. 4 at Holy Cross Church


AUCTIONS XA Chinese auction to benefit the Summer Enrichment Program for Handicapped Children is

Free firewood will be available from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 15, 22 and 29 and Oct. 6 in Mill Creek

Free firewood will be available from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 15, 22 and 29 and Oct. 6 in Mill Creek

Motorcycle crash kills 1, injures 1

Motorcycle crash kills 1, injures 1 YOUNGSTOWN -- Kevin Dougherty, 44, of Atkinson Avenue was

New lead laws should be put on a fast track

Opinion: Five years have passed since The Vindicator published an investigative series that revealed the

WARREN Horse show benefits many

The Western Reserve Classic Charity Horse Show adds about $4 million to the local economy and helps


Opinion: La Stampa, Turin, Sept. 4: The decision by Arab, Muslim and Third World countries to equate Zionism


KIMBERLY HOWELL SCOTT HYNES YOUNGSTOWN -- The wedding of Kimberly Howell and Scott Hynes took

COLUMBIANA CORNER Naked knight? Armor found

Salem police in the squad room one morning last week overheard the dispatcher relaying to another


Sunday's Games Seattle 9, Cleveland 6 Jacksonville 21, Pittsburgh 3 San Francisco 16, Atlanta 13,

Foreign steel dumping, not wages are cause of industry's difficulties

Opinion: Foreign steel dumping, not wages are cause of industry's difficulties EDITOR: The letter to the

YANKEE LAKE JAM Skynyrd caps show with tribute

Hard-driving rock, scorching sun and flaming arrows were the order of the day. By BOB JACKSON

4 names put back on ballots

The chairman said the elections board has discretion when it comes to reinstating candidates. By

Police warn residents about utility scam

Police warn residents about utility scam GIRARD -- Police are warning residents to use caution and


GINA GUZELL MARK MELNIK YOUNGSTOWN -- The wedding of Gina M. Guzell and Mark Melnik took place at


SARA MUNDINGER RANDAL DECKER BEAVER TOWNSHIP -- Sara Jane Mundinger and Randal Edward Decker, both

Former Steeler mates jelling

Chad Brown and Levon Kirkland are teaming with Anthony Simmons to make a formidable trio. By TOM

MAHONING COUNTY Wanted: a place for job, family-service agencies

It's the second time county commissioners have sought a new home for the agencies. By BOB JACKSON

State park programs

State park programs PORTERSVILLE, Pa. -- Moraine State Park programs for September will keep

YOUNGSTOWN 3 people injured in shootings

There was a confrontation before the shootings, police said. YOUNGSTOWN -- Two gunmen injured a

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SARA REINECK NATHAN RESEK FINDLAY -- Married Aug. 4 at College First Church of God were Sara E.

Beyond the BLIGHT

Beyond the BLIGHT A continuing series Series: A three-day Vindicator series in May outlined


AGENDA TUESDAY Youngstown Board of Education, 6 p.m. caucus, 7 p.m. meeting, board central

CRIME STOPPERS Greater Youngstown

A felony warrant for Jamar Burkley is the focus of Crime Stoppers of Greater Youngstown this week:

COMMUNITY CUP 2001 winners

Events Saturday and Sunday concluded this year's Youngstown Area Community Cup. Some participants

Official: Lear labor pact fills plan

Seat-plant workers will receive a 20 percent pay raise and $1,300 signing bonus. By DON SHILLING

Police on lookout for stabbing suspect

Police on lookout for stabbing suspect VOLANT, Pa. -- Pennsylvania State Police were still

Transfer timing remains a secret

Officials aren't saying when the radioactive waste shipment will occur, but it hasn't happened yet.

Trash: It hit where he lives

The crusader hopes that East High alumni cleanups create a lasting momentum. By ROGER G. SMITH

LEETONIA Residents to boil water

Workers unintentionally drained the water tower. LEETONIA -- Village officials have issued an

NOTEBOOK From Browns Stadium

Century mark: Seattle coach Mike Holmgren recorded his 100th career victory. He's the 28th NFL coach

WEEKEND HEROES High school football

RUSHING Terrence Graves, Ursuline, 263 yards, 17 carries, 4 TDs. Josh Cayson, Warren JFK, 258

Dawg-gone! Seattle wins on last-second field goal

The Butch Davis-led Browns were competitive in a 9-6 loss to the Seahawks. By TOM WILLIAMS

DANIEL W. LAGINYA | One on One Organist makes spiritual music for Masses

Why did you become interested in organ music? I've always been interested in music, even from the

LEETONIA Man hit by car at party in field is hospitalized

About 10 young people were attending the party, the sheriff said. LEETONIA -- Investigators are

Police break up riot in college neighborhood

Police break up riot in college neighborhood KALAMAZOO, Mich. -- A party in a college


BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Nicole Metz and Jeff Hallock, 255 Atwood, Warren, girl, Sept. 7. LaMinka


IN TUNE with Daniel W. Laginya Age: 45 Hometown: Born in Warren, resides in Boardman.

DETAILS 17th annual horse show

DETAILS 17th annual horse show Where: Perkins Park, Mahoning Avenue, Warren. Show times: Noon


JAMMIN' FOR 13,000 IN BROOKFIELD The Vindicator/Bruce Palmer Guitarist Rickey Medlocke, center,

LORDSTOWN Official: Lear labor pact fills plan

GM's assembly plant remains open today after 87 percent of workers at the supply plant approved a

Volunteer recalls Humane Society's positive impact and ponders future

By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU SALEM -- When Kelly Yuras first visited the Salem Area


FINANCE X There's one advantage to a down year for mutual funds -- less chance of a year-end tax

Ruling on school funding becomes leadership test

Opinion: The Ohio Supreme Court's 4-3 ruling that the plan to fund public primary and secondary education

VIENNA POST OFFICE 1,000,000 miles, 30 years, no accidents

The Vindicator/Wiliam D. Lewis Ed Williams, 59, a letter carrier at the Vienna Post Office,