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YMHA settles tenants' suit over lead abatement

YMHA will keep better tabs on defective paint problems in its housing units. By BOB JACKSON


Group to renovate homes, build more

Selling the nonprofit homes is aimed at stabilizing aging streets and the agency's own investment.


COLUMBIANA CORNER County beefs up security at courthouse

One reaction to last week's terrorist attacks was stepped up security at the Columbiana County


IN TUNE

IN TUNE with Frank Piatek Age: 54. Hometown: New Castle, Pa. Occupation: Attorney for


Lori Brooks, Vincent Zuccaro to be married

AUSTINTOWN -- Joseph and Patricia Brooks of Austintown are announcing the engagement of their


Concerns in the long run

Opinion: It isn't yet known, whether last week's attack on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon started


WEATHERSFIELD Officials plan to correct sewer that runs to mine shaft

A citizens group is concerned about the effect the sewer may have on the area's drinking water. By


Teen alleges man asked her to pose for nude photographs

YOUNGSTOWN -- Police are investigating a North Side couple after two teen-age girls told authorities


& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;BROPHY, & lt;/B & gt;Anna

& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;BROPHY, & lt;/B & gt;Anna Mae, 81, of Poland;


Miss Kovalchik to be bride of David Rischar

AUSTINTOWN -- The engagement of Kathi Kovalchik, 4531 Deopham Green Drive, and David Rischar, 56


Beaver trustees meet

Beaver trustees meet NORTH LIMA -- Beaver Township trustees will meet in special session at 7 p.m.


Miss Rosenberg, Todd Johnson to marry Oct. 27

LISBON -- Ramona and William Rosenberg, 36725 Hull Road, are announcing plans for the coming wedding


Effort begins to beautify city

Volunteers are being sought to help plan locally for Make A Difference Day. By AMANDA C. DAVIS


COLUMBUS Professional association awards paper's staffers

Ten Vindicator staffers were recognized. COLUMBUS -- Vindicator staff members won awards in five


Cramer-Caruso wedding date will be Nov. 3

The engagement of Kelly Marie Cramer of Poland and Alessio Caruso of Boardman is being announced.


Police investigate death of baby boy

YOUNGSTOWN -- Police were called to a North Watt Street home to investigate the death of a 2-month-


FINANCEX Personal finance columnist Jeff Brown has changed his mind. Instead of putting his $600

FINANCEX Personal finance columnist Jeff Brown has changed his mind. Instead of putting his $600


Bruno's indictment should prompt Youngstown probe

Opinion: Boardman Atty. Lynn Sfara Bruno has been indicted by a federal grand jury for her role in a case-


Man faces concealed-weapon charge

BOARDMAN -- A 29-year-old Youngstown man is charged with carrying a concealed weapon after he was


Thieves, vandals target cars in rash of crimes in township

AUSTINTOWN -- Cars and trucks were a popular target for thieves and vandals in the township this


Strollo looking for I-AA games

Ron Strollo, the director of intercollegiate athletics at Youngstown State, is getting his first


FRANK PIATEK | One on One Civil War interest began at battlefield

When did you first become interested in the Civil War? When I was 9 years old, my parents took me


Burns-Booth engagement is made known

AUSTINTOWN -- Announcement is being made by Richard and Sandra Burns of Austintown of the engagement


Miss Madacsi, Mr. Leskanic to be married

AUSTINTOWN -- James and June Madacsi, 163 S. Kimberly Ave., are announcing the engagement of their


WORTH A LOOK

CRAFT SHOWS XUnited Local PTO, 8143 state Route 19, Hanoverton, will hold its annual craft show


AGENDA

AGENDA TUESDAY Campbell Board of Education, 6 p.m., high school library. Girard Board of


The play's the thing

The play's the thing PEORIA, ILL. -- John Scacchetti, a son of John and Diane Scacchetti of


WEEKEND LEADERS High school football

100-YARD RUSHERS Maurice Clarett, Warren Harding, 213 yards, 17 carries, 2 TDs. Josh Cayson,


Community awareness

Community awareness MILTON -- A community awareness program will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept.


Food fight ends in attempted homicide charges

HERMITAGE, Pa. -- Police say a Hermitage man cut two men with the jagged edge of a beer bottle in a


Police look into robbery of YSU student

Police look into robbery of YSU student YOUNGSTOWN -- Police are investigating the robbery an 18-


Doctor, a Boardman native, assists at scene

The Boardman native was among the first wave of doctors taken to the World Trade Center site. By


KEEP RESPONDING TO EVIL WITH GOOD

Opinion: Wichita Eagle: Disasters can bring out the best in people. They can move ordinary citizens to


Terrorist fanatics will never understand what makes America great

Opinion: Terrorist fanatics will never understand what makes America great EDITOR: Once while attending


YOUNGSTOWN Traficant incites ire with remarks

A Mahoning Valley political group that supports the congressman also is not pleased with his


FOP plans to honor cops who died in N.Y.

FOP plans to honor cops who died in N.Y. HOWLAND -- The township's Fraternal Order of Police


Minutes after trading resumed, the Dow was down more than 240 points and the Nasdaq had fallen 100

Minutes after trading resumed, the Dow was down more than 240 points and the Nasdaq had fallen 100