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COLUMBIANA COUNTY Board weighs options in dispute

There are no longer any jail jobs for workers to come back to, the county pointed out. By NORMAN

AUDITIONS What parts are available

ACTORS "Wiley and the Hairy Man." Youngstown Playhouse Youth Theatre, 600 Playhouse Lane, (330)

YOUNGSTOWN Ursuline graduate dies in crash at Pentagon

By PAUL WHEATLEY VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- Youngstown native Terry Lynch, 49, a 1970

GIRLS SOCCER Spartans winner by a goal



MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Richard L. Robinson, 45, of 114 W. Chalmers, Youngstown, and

SCHEDULE High school football

FRIDAY All games at 7:30 p.m. unless noted Steel Valley Conference Ursuline at Warren Harding

Frost-Murphy engagement is announced

COLUMBIANA -- Judge and Mrs. Mark A. Frost, 132 N. Main St., are announcing the engagement of their

WHAT YOU CAN DO American Red Cross

Financial contributions to American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund: Call 1-(800)-HELP-NOW; make a

Shelli Slipkovich, Robert Stevens to be married

Announcement is being made of the engagement of Shelli Slipkovich, daughter of Robert Slipkovich of

For an audit, call an auditor

Opinion: Ohio county fairs are going to be audited by the Auditor of State's office, breaking a 12 year


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GIRARD Ex-judge found guilty of DUI

Authorities said the former judge was found sleeping in his van, slumped over the steering wheel.

GREENFORD A tense day for woman's parents

Gut-wrenching horror hits a local couple who didn't know if their daughter was safe. BY MARALINE

Christi Clacko, Troy Slater to wed in autumn

Linda Newson of Petoskey, Mich., Phillip Clacko Sr. of Youngstown, and Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Slater

Truck driver captures images of terror

Even from three miles, destruction of the World Trade Center was a horrible sight, an eyewitness

THE REGION Area offers prayers and aid

VINDICATOR STAFF REPORTS Prayers and offers of services, along with donations of blood and money,

YOUNGSTOWN Officials seek way to require lead tests

Council wants research into noncriminal penalties that would bring compliance. By ROGER G. SMITH

GROVE CITY, PA. Men detained for flying plane during air restriction period

GROVE CITY, Pa. -- Pennsylvania State Police said they briefly detained two Beaver Falls men who

GREENVILLE Council fills seat, accepts resignations

GREENVILLE, Pa. --The borough gained a councilman but lost a city manager and a fire chief.

CANFIELD Parents get chance to voice concerns

Topics discussed at the forum could 'run the gamut,' the superintendent said. By IAN HILL

LORDSTOWN Apple Cider Festival to start

Tours of the one-room schoolhouse museum are part of the festivities. LORDSTOWN -- The village's


Life after football: When his football career is over, Maurice Clarett would like to begin working

SOCCER Short-handed Poland triumphs

The Bulldogs had only 10 players for most of their 2-1 win over archrival Canfield. By BRIAN

Federal agents search Pa. apartment complex

FBI agents evacuated the apartment complex Tuesday evening. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR NEW

MAHONING VALLEY Long lines fade at gas stations; some run dry

THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN 'Unconscionable' is how a state legislator described the price gouging.


GETTING IT RIGHT UIn the case of State of Ohio vs. William R. Tomalka in Mahoning County Common

MAHONING TOWNSHIP Supervisors meet Mahoning Township Supervisors met in regular session and took the following action:

Set the annual fall cleanup for the last week of September and the first week of October. More

YOUNGSTOWN If you want to help, here's what victims need

Donations of all kinds are being accepted. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER

St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Ken and Kara Maguire, 56 S. Osborn Ave., Youngstown, boy, Sept. 12. Jeff and

MAHONING VALLEY Area sales of guns go up

Sales of camping supplies such as propane tanks, water canisters and air mattresses were also up at

MAHONING COUNTY Teaching region how to respond to a catastrophe

The training seminar was planned long before Tuesday's attacks on New York City and Washington, D.C.

YOUNGSTOWN Security companies see more business

Some security firms say they see the need to provide counter-terrorism training for their employees.

Suspicious collecting

Suspicious collecting AUSTINTOWN -- A man and a woman going door to door saying they were

Samantha Kostur, Christopher Eash to marry in mid-October ceremony

McDONALD -- Samantha Kostur and Christopher Eash, both of 435 Pennsylvania Ave., are announcing

Man saw tower fall, calls city an eerie sight

GREENVILLE, Pa. -- A Hempfield Township couple's son who is a frequent visitor to the World Trade

LORDSTOWN Apple Cider Festival The 18th annual event runs from Friday to Sunday at the Lordstown schools. The events schedule:

FRIDAY 10 a.m.: Henn Workshop tour. 3 to 6 p.m.: Quilt show entries accepted, Gordon D. James

HERMITAGE Park plan gets boost from state

The project is a joint effort between Hermitage and a private developer. By HAROLD GWIN

Vets, safety forces honor terror victims

The service recalled the heroes and victims. By D.A. WILKINSON VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER

News freezes people in time

VINDICATOR STAFF REPORTS Local residents remembered where they were when they heard the news:

SHARON SCHOOLS 'No F' policy goes back to board

By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR SHARON BUREAU SHARON, Pa. -- It's back to the drawing board for the

REACTION IN THE MAHONING VALLEY Visiting Russians express shock

The United States is a safe haven, far away from the world's trouble spots -- so they thought. By

MAHONING COUNTY Attorney indicted in case-fixing


YOUNGSTOWN Mideast natives don't see bias

Local Muslims caution against making generalizations based on the extremist actions of a terrorist.

Police arrest homeless woman near motel

AUSTINTOWN -- A homeless woman was arrested early this morning on several charges at the Motel 6 on

WARREN Main points given to jurors about deaths of mom, girl

The prosecutor told jurors that the 12-year-old murder victim was found with a cord wrapped around


Youngstown State athletic department officials announced the Penguins' football game at Toledo will


A daughter, Gemma Camille, was born Aug. 11 at Northside Hospital in Marietta, Ga., to Ken and

It's what Bush said, and not how he said it, that counts

Opinion: President George W. Bush doesn't have the television presence and the actor's delivery of a Ronald


Opinion: Dallas Morning News: Tuesday's assault on the United States came in a way that the Federal Bureau of

BUTLER INSTITUTE OF AMERICAN ART Holocaust survivor extends life with his pastels

The artist finds the beauty in old, falling-down barns and shares it through his pastels. By

Younger Americans must face challenges endured by earlier generations

Opinion: Younger Americans must face challenges endured by earlier generations EDITOR: I found myself

LORDSTOWN Renovation plans face alterations

THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN More engineering work would be needed if renovation plans are changed

Clarett, McDaniels bond

The Warren Harding player and coach have formed a mutual understanding, which has helped the team.

GIRARD Cleanup is set to resume at old Leatherworks tannery

The initial cleanup will concentrate on one of 27 acres. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF

LIBERTY Grounded travelers favor increased security

Out-of-town travelers forced to seek shelter in the Mahoning Valley support stricter security

HIGH SCHOOL PREVIEW Friday night football

POLAND vs. CANTON CENTRAL CATHOLIC When: 7:30. Where: Poland High Stadium. Last meeting: This

TRAGEDY Sadness surrounds the games


Block watch meeting

Block watch meeting YOUNGSTOWN -- SNOOP Block Watch meets at 7 tonight at Jackson Elementary

"The calculated, cold-blooded, cowardly taking of precious human lives in the name of religion or

Opinion: "The calculated, cold-blooded, cowardly taking of precious human lives in the name of religion or

Trumbull County Commissioners handled these matters during Wednesday's meeting:

Trumbull County Commissioners handled these matters during Wednesday's meeting: U Agreed to have

HERMITAGE F.N.B. starts to expand center

The acquisition of another Pennsylvania bank leads to local expansion. By DON SHILLING

Interfaith service

Interfaith service YOUNGSTOWN -- An interfaith service will be at 3 p.m. Sunday in St. Columba