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AUSTINTOWN Fight promoter at odds with Mill

The promoter said he wants to present future events in Liberty. By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF


COURTS

MAHONING COUNTY Real estate transfers Chris Herubin et al to Angela Kailer, Boardman Twp.,


Let children express how they feel, experts warn

One school psychologist recommended not allowing small children to view the news footage of the


Hlebovy honored

Hlebovy honored TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Former Boardman High basketball standout Celeste Hlebovy was


America can no longer rely on own strengths

Opinion: America can no longer rely on own strengths EDITOR: I write this a couple hours after the


YOUNGSTOWN Police: 2 kids lived in filth

The children's mother is a registered nurse at the emergency room of St. Elizabeth Health Center,


WARREN GE union votes to keep entry-level jobs

Union leaders hope to negotiate better treatment for the entry-level workers. By CYNTHIA VINARSKY


Woman gets prison

Woman gets prison YOUNGSTOWN -- Maxine C. Miller, 39, of Davis Road, Lake Milton, was sentenced to


TRAVEL Agents offer tips in time of crisis

This is no time to be traveling, local travel agents said. By GAIL WHITE VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


Symphony Guild plans opening champagne gala

YOUNGSTOWN -- In celebration of the Youngstown Symphony Orchestra's opening night, a Champagne Pre-


Red Cross workers, volunteers await instructions to lend a hand

There are numerous opportunities to give blood this week. YOUNGSTOWN -- Area Red Cross officials


Valley stores, restaurants come to a standstill

By DON SHILLING and MARALINE KUBIK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITERS Mahoning Valley residents weren't


CULTURE Change is at hand, counselors predict

Acceptance will be harder than after other tragedies because life will change for everybody, one


Big game carries big question mark

Tuesday's terrorist attacks has put Saturday's game with Toledo in question. By PETE MOLLICA


Valley man fled World Trade Center

The conference a Boardman native was attending was canceled shortly after it started. VINDICATOR


YOUNGSTOWN YSU enrollment increases 4 percent

It's the biggest enrollment increase at YSU in 11 years. By RON COLE VINDICATOR EDUCATION WRITER


Trial continues for man charged with murders

By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF WARREN -- Opening statements were expected to begin


MAHONING VALLEY Residents line up to restock blood supply

Officials hope the stream of willing donors continues. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR STAFF


GAIL WHITE Terror stuns a nation, and the coping just begins

I learned of the World Trade Center bombing while on an interview. "Did you hear what just


New Castle buildings close for few hours

By PETER H. MILLIKEN VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Both City Hall and the Lawrence


WHAT TO SAY

WHAT TO SAY To children Advice for adults on how to talk to children about Tuesday's terrorist


FASHION Q & amp;A

Q. I have been window-shopping for new sunglasses. I notice that the lenses come in several


Regional police balance budget

FARRELL, Pa. -- The Southwest Mercer County Regional Police Department ended 2000 with $108,000 in


MERCER, PA. Shipley to release records

The commissioner said he wanted to spare county taxpayers the cost of a 'frivolous' lawsuit. By


YOUNGSTOWN Lawyers question judge's order

According to Judge R. Scott Krichbaum, the witness deliberately ignored and disobeyed his subpoena.


Friday and Sunday: The Mercer County Chapter of the American Red Cross is conducting an emergency

Friday and Sunday: The Mercer County Chapter of the American Red Cross is conducting an emergency


Prayer service to be held at YSU

Prayer service to be held at YSU YOUNGSTOWN -- The Rev. Kathryn Adams of our Protestant Campus


Panel cancels meeting

YOUNGSTOWN -- Mahoning County commissioners have canceled their regular meeting for Thursday.


MARYLAND, PENNSYLVANIA Local siblings live close to two sites of tragedy

A former Farrell, Pa., man who now lives in Maryland said his focus was on his children. By JoANNE


GIRARD Superintendent assures parents that school is safe

The superintendent called attention to health reports supporting the opening of Prospect Elementary


Salem pastor reflects on aftermath reality

Salem pastor reflects on aftermath reality SALEM --The Rev. Freddie Rodriguez, pastor of Salem


RELIGION Faith community gathers for prayer

Some hymns were sung in English and repeated in Hebrew. VINDICATOR STAFF REPORT YOUNGSTOWN --


For one, tragedy is reminder of miracle

The rabbi said real faith will fight terrorism. By D.A. WILKINSON VINDICATOR RELIGION EDITOR


In years to come, Americans will ask one another where they were when planes rammed the World Trade

In years to come, Americans will ask one another where they were when planes rammed the World Trade


MAHONING VALLEY Possibility of going to war grips area students

Several acknowledged they are scared. By RON COLE and JoANNE VIVIANO VINDICATOR STAFF WRITERS


In the wake of tragedy, a strong nation must act

Opinion: Yesterday it was the pictures that horrified a nation. Pictures of an airliner crashing into the


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Veterans recall Pearl Harbor

Some Pearl Harbor veterans are expecting Americans to respond to Tuesday's attack with anger and


AT THE PUMPS

AT THE PUMPS Long lines What Valley residents are saying about gas prices in the wake of


Eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot, burning for burning, wound for wound,

Opinion: Eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot, burning for burning, wound for wound,


COLUMBIANA COUNTY United Way sets goal of raising $290,000

SALEM -- Officials of United Way Services of Northern Columbiana County hope to raise $290,000 this


TERROR ATTACKS TEST AMERICA'S RESOLVE

Opinion: Detroit Free Press: There she stood, Lady Liberty, welcoming the world to America's shores. Behind


Violence breaks out at local gas pumps

As some stations ran out of gas, officials asked area residents not to engage in panic-buying.


PREP FOOTBALL SVC's marquee matchup similar to 2000 version

Ursuline has beat Harding the last three seasons, but face a much tougher Raider team in 2001. By


Area brokers anticipate panic selling

By CYNTHIA VINARSKY and DON SHILLING VINDICATOR BUSINESS STAFF YOUNGSTOWN -- Local stock


VIENNA AIRPORT Police detain 150 travelers as precautionary measure

Six jets, bound for destinations all over the country, were diverted to the Vienna airport. By


Valley group collects goods for victims

POLAND -- Sons of the American Legion Mahoning Valley Squadron 15 at 35 Cortland St. is collecting


GM encourages use of hands-free phones

GM encourages use of hands-free phones WARREN, Mich. -- General Motors is encouraging its more


WASHINGTON Unable to get back to Capitol, Traficant wasn't in sing-along

The congressman said the nation's Mideast and immigration policies made it easier for the terrorists


Lynn Moffett of Youngstown filled up her car at the BP station on Belmont Avenue in Liberty around

Lynn Moffett of Youngstown filled up her car at the BP station on Belmont Avenue in Liberty around