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GIRARD Three picked for oversight


DIANE MAKAR MURPHY Tough problem-solving camp builds champs

NOT the set of "Survivor": Ben Kovalcik (not Colby, but probably just as nice), crosses his arms

Poland man posts bond

NILES -- A Poland man accused of enticing a Weathersfield boy into his car was released from jail

Man is burned in kitchen blaze

AUSTINTOWN -- Gary Brown, 52, of Austintown, was in stable condition in the burn center of

WARREN Change of venue sought

Defense attorneys say they fear pretrial publicity will make it a fair trial difficult. By PEGGY

Religious leaders urge restraint in seeking retaliation

An interfaith service will be at 7 p.m. today at St. John's Episcopal Church in downtown Youngstown.

Events canceled

Events canceled In response to the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington, Major League

POLICE BLOTTER Canfield, Austintown

CANFIELD Sept. 6 Arrest: Police arrested a 46-year-old Youngstown man in the theft of two cartons

Too many pitches could be a problem

Bartolo Colon was in trouble immediately Monday. By TOM WILLIAMS VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF

The calendar says summer, but football makes it autumn

Opinion: Ohio State's 28-14 victory over the Akron University Zips wasn't the highlight of Jim Tressel's

MERCER Agency receives grants

One grant will fund a pilot program aimed at helping people with both mental health and substance

Terrorists' act of war demands swift American response

Opinion: The attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon today can be seen as nothing less than an act

BAR MEMBERS Mahoning County

T. Robert Bricker William J. Davis Gina DeGenova-Bricker Anthony Ross Douglas Basil Economus Bobbie

Teens enter pleas to drug charges

CANFIELD -- One township teen pleaded innocent and another pleaded no contest today in mayor's court

B & amp;O Proposed deal

A few elements of the proposed lease-purchase deal to turn the empty B & amp;O Station downtown

TRUMBULL COUNTY 'Liberty in Bloom' program will beautify schools, bridge

Fifty volunteers will be beautifying the Liberty schools this weekend. LIBERTY -- Township

WARREN GE union workers will decide future of lower-tier jobs

THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN Union leaders favor keeping the low-wage job class, but with changes to

MCKINLEY MUSEUM Board mulls buying photo of assassin

It would be the museum's first and only photo of the assassin. STAFF/WIRE REPORTS NILES -- The


LIQUOR Permits, applications Ohio Department of Liquor Control is processing these liquor permit

St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Darrin and Andrea Muscarella, 5420 Callaway Circle, Youngstown, boy, Sept. 10.

YOUNGSTOWN Vote due on B & amp;O restaurant project

The city must take a chance if the B & amp;O is to ever come back, a councilman said. By ROGER

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CONDIT PROBE A Modesto, Calif., grand jury has decided it has no jurisdiction to investigate a

COLUMBIANA SCHOOLS First meeting of year to honor three retirees

Teachers will now pay 5 percent of their monthly health insurance premium. They had not contributed


GINA GRANDE THOMAS DECKER YOUNGSTOWN -- A reception at Antone's Banquet Centre in Boardman

Ripples are felt across Valley

Some area parents removed their children from schools, and a 911 center was flooded with calls from

Ongoing donations of blood requested

People who thought about delaying their blood donations for later are asked by Red Cross officials


AGENDA WEDNESDAY Bristol Board of Education, 7 p.m., Bristol Building. Weathersfield Board of

Sweet Adelines

Sweet Adelines HUBBARD -- Spirit of the Valley Chorus, a chapter of Sweet Adelines International,


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Patrick C. Conway, 45, of 4187 Pembrook Drive, Austintown, and

COLUMBIANA COUNTY Sheriff probes death of man in Negley

County authorities initially suspected an accident, but now they're wondering if foul play was

Expert at YSU: U.S. is a target

The attacks will have a significant impact on the American psyche and will produce major debates


PARK BOARD MILL CREEK Discount: It's now easier for nonprofit companies to rent facilities from


CATHERINE MANDL W. JASON SIMONS YOUNGSTOWN -- A honeymoon in Australia followed the Aug. 4 wedding

WARREN Signaling progress in traffic

A new system of traffic signals will make travel in Warren easier, an official says. By AMANDA C.

Chisox poundColon, 'pen

Chicago beat Bartolo Colon and the Indians and still have faint hopes in the division race. By TOM

PREP VOLLEYBALL Hubbard's TAC streak now 123

The Eagles, who haven't lost a league match since 1993, beat Brookfield Monday. By JOE SCALZO

Marilyn Mastronarde, principal of Volney Rogers Junior High School on Youngstown's West Side, said

Marilyn Mastronarde, principal of Volney Rogers Junior High School on Youngstown's West Side, said


TOBY ROSENBLUM JASON JUGENHEIMER YOUNGSTOWN -- Mr. and Mrs. Jason Jugenheimer honeymooned in


JUDY POLISH WILLI COLBERT SALEM -- The Rev. Mac Kelley solemnized the marriage of Judy Polish of


Teachers represented by the Columbiana Education Association started the school year last Tuesday


The 15th annual A & amp;P reunion will be held from 3 to 7 p.m. Sunday at the Brentford House in


Magic numbers: With 18 games to play, the Indians' magic number for clinching the A.L. Central

Champion road closed

Champion road closed CHAMPION -- State Route 45 from Champion Avenue to state Route 305 here is

Jet forced to land at Vienna

The Youngstown Police Department bomb squad was called out as a precaution. VINDICATOR STAFF

YSU construction to use all union labor

With a local contractor and trade unions on board, YSU is confident it will avoid OU's errors. By

A DOG GONE CLEAN Taking suds on the road

The Solteszes charge anywhere from $40 to $80 for a typical grooming session. By REBECCA SLOAN

Public needs better education about wolves

Opinion: Public needs better education about wolves EDITOR: I have been following The Vindicator's

So far this morning, a handful of parents have called and asked to pick up their children from

So far this morning, a handful of parents have called and asked to pick up their children from

YOUNGSTOWN Suspect pleads to lesser charges

The city man avoided the death penalty by pleading guilty to reduced charges. By BOB JACKSON