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120-block trek follows trade center trip

The woman said she could see debris raining down outside the building. VINDICATOR STAFF REPORT

Parish picnic canceled

Parish picnic canceled YOUNGSTOWN -- The parish picnic for St. Patrick Church, Oak Hill Avenue,

The district has a 'total plan' ready in event of disaster, officials said.

The district has a 'total plan' ready in event of disaster, officials said. By IAN HILL

YOUNGSTOWN Judge calls witness a coward

The Otis Street man will be back in court to take the witness stand Oct. 5. By BOB JACKSON

Canfield edges Howland, 3-2; Brad McFadden leads Niles

CANFIELD -- Mark Pakula scored two goals as Canfield High defeated Howland 3-2 in a Metro Athletic

Wolves Club conducts installation

YOUNGSTOWN -- John Torquati of Canfield will serve as president of Youngstown Wolves Club, Den VI,

GIRLS SOCCER Hubbard prevails in the rain

The Eagles posted a 4-1 win over Girard to remain undefeated in the Trumbull Athletic Conference.

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WARREN Vienna builder faces sentence

The company also handled several other city jobs. By AMANDA C. DAVIS VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF

Planes resume aerial raccoon vaccination

COLUMBUS -- The Ohio Department of Health has resumed its aerial raccoon vaccination baiting

Mahoning Valley CBIVA has election

BOARDMAN -- Marvin Wilds will be installed as commander of the Mahoning Valley China, Burma India

City firefighters say prayers for fallen brethren

Safety forces in the county are collecting money to help victims' families. By PEGGY SINKOVICH

TIMES & amp; TEAMS Boardman Spartan Invitational

RACE SCHEDULE 9 a.m.: Girls Division III varsity; 9:35: Boys Div. II-III junior varsity; 10:05:

Warren vies for state funds

WARREN -- The city wants a piece of the state capital budget. And to increase its chances of

YSU officials reward Sweet

The university president's total compensation will be $235,200 a year, and trustees say he deserves

A dream fulfilled an ocean away

Like many Americans, I had always thought that visiting Europe was something I'd never have a chance

VOLLEYBALL Spartans regroup to go 9-0

Boardman was extended by Canton GlenOak before winning 15-13 in the deciding game. By JOHN BUTERA

Area girls win skills competition

They are very active in summer leagues. By JOHN KOVACH VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF CLEVELAND --

Now is the time for all good Americans to come to the aid of their country

Opinion: Now is the time for all good Americans to come to the aid of their country EDITOR: I remember

EAST PALESTINE City manager reflects on her term in office



REGION Quint's Auto Body gets clean-air financing BOARDMAN -- Quint's Auto Body has received

Ex-dancer enters plea

Ex-dancer enters plea YOUNGSTOWN -- Heather Wilcox of Boardman, once an exotic dancer at Da-Bing

Miss Warino, Scott Smith plan autumn nuptials

Rosemarie Warino of Boardman and Scott T. Smith of Struthers are planning an autumn wedding. The

The truth shall set him free

Opinion: Some years ago, Mahoning County Common Pleas Judge Elwyn V. Jenkins looked down at the man he was

CROSS COUNTRY Boardman site for Saturday's event

Canton GlenOak's boys and Cleveland Heights Beaumont's girls both defend their titles. VINDICATOR

Parents announce Beligni-DeVito engagement

AUSTINTOWN -- The engagement of Jessica Beligni, 5625 Radcliff Ave., and Christopher P. DeVito, 5558


St. Elizabeth Kimberly Gremling and Robert Seidle, 7045 Hayes-Orangeville Road, Burghill, girl,

America needs American steel

Opinion: America needs American steel EDITOR: Now that this tragedy has happened to the World Trade

WARREN Judge grants new trial for ex-secretary

In his ruling, the judge said it's highly likely that a previous verdict was based on false

YOUNGSTOWN SCHOOL BOARD Man withdraws candidacy, opts to file as a write-in

YOUNGSTOWN -- Neil Buzzacco, one of nine candidates for three, four-year terms on the Youngstown

WARREN Trial in double murder continues

Jurors are expected to view the videotaped statement the defendant made to police, a prosecutor

MAHONING COUNTY Elections board mulls reinstating hopeful

The elections board will hear the candidate's appeal today. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR


LOCAL Games postponed PITTSBURGH, PA. -- All football games involving WPIAL schools, scheduled


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Richard L. Stacy, 34, of 14674 Youngstown-Pittsburgh Road,

WARREN CDBG allocations

Warren City Council approved $1.6 million in funding Wednesday for these projects as part of the

I don't know you.

Opinion: I don't know you. I don't know your face. I'm not sure if you have brown eyes or red hair. I have

HERMITAGE, PA. State OKs grant for technical park

The city has no firm commitments from any companies yet. By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR SHARON BUREAU


Opinion: EDITOR: How do I explain to my children that terrorism descended on America, that evil took over

MAHONING COUNTY Drug case pending in juvenile court

CANFIELD -- The case of a 17-year-old Youngstown boy arrested with suspected marijuana and suspected


BOYS GOLF COLUMBIANA 160, UNITED 164, LEETONIA 185 (at Valley) Columbiana (10-4) -- Brandon Heck

Prosecutors want filings to end

In a motion filed Thursday, prosecutors asked that all of Traficant's motions be denied. By

MERCER, PA. Attorney: Trial is unnecessary since official released records

Is Commissioner Brian Shipley's credit card a private or county card? A judge will decide. By


INDICTMENTS Mahoning County The following people were indicted Thursday by a Mahoning County

NATION Airlines will lose billions, analysts say

Industry expected to cut fares to lure travelers back to the skies. SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER The

Poland will get first test tonight

When it's called into action, the defense of the Poland High football team has a rallying cry.


Opinion: Toronto Globe and Mail: The stereotypes of New Yorkers as pushy, rude or self-absorbed have been

St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Forum Health Northside St. Joseph Health Center Laurie and Gregory Rutkus,

A day in their lives

The Vindicator asked several teen-agers to tell us what happened when they and their friends heard


BOARD OF EDUCATION MCDONALD Contracts awarded: The board of education on Thursday awarded two


When I am called to duty, God, Wherever flames may rage; Give me the strength to save a life,

Area's patriotism is alive

Western Reserve Flag Co. experienced about a tenfold increase in sales because of demand for


Members of the Leadership Mahoning Valley Class of 2002 who began their program year earlier this

EXPANSION PLAN Cortland Bank branches out

Bank officials think Boardman is big enough for two branches. By DON SHILLING VINDICATOR

PREP VOLLEYBALL Fitch defeats Mooney 15-0, 15-1

Hubbard remained unbeaten by rolling over Girard in Trumbull Athletic Conference play. AUSTINTOWN

Austintown JWL plans wine taste

MINERAL RIDGE -- Tickets are on sale for the Austintown Junior Women's League fourth annual wine

We are not alone

Opinion: The heartfelt expressions of sorrow, solidarity and solace have come from throughout the world. Our