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OUR MEMORIAL GARDEN

OUR MEMORIAL GARDEN by Dan Cokrlic To anyone that's ever felt a loss This garden is for you.


Patriotism fills PNC Park

A sparse crowd honored America, baseball and the New York Mets. By TOM WILLIAMS VINDICATOR


Miss Lomker, Mr. Bartholow to be married

GREENFORD -- The engagement of Tracey L. Lomker, 11484 Market St., North Lima, and Michael R.


SALEM School leader urges tolerance

The panel agreed to spend about $20,000 on new textbooks. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM


A summary of police activity:

A summary of police activity: Sept. 9 Burglary: Various pieces of electronic equipment were


SHARON SCHOOLS Superintendent gets 11-week medical leave

The board gave the business manager a raise to $73,000 a year. SHARON, Pa. -- The Sharon City


Kids' garden honors victims

Pupils say they're feeling sad and disappointed about the tragedy. By AMANDA C. DAVIS VINDICATOR


Miss Sasinouski to be bride of Jason Zivkovich

YOUNGSTOWN -- The engagement of Vicki Sasinouski and Jason Zivkovich, both of 1534 Sheridan Road,


YOUNGSTOWN Board, church settle out of court

Mount Calvary paid the school board $55,000 by certified check, the superintendent said. By PETER


MAHONING VALLEY Area malls report sales fluxes

YOUNGSTOWN -- The Eastwood Mall is reporting slower sales in the wake of last week's terrorists


YOUNGSTOWN A Hanni will run for school board

Six candidates are seeking the two-year term on the Youngstown school board. By DAVID SKOLNICK


MAHONING COUNTY Commissioners' clerk faces assault charge

Mahoning County officials say they will review the situation. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR


New elementary school will open sooner than planned

SHARPSVILLE, Pa. -- The new Sharpsville Area Elementary School will open after Thanksgiving, a month


AGENDA

WEDNESDAY Campbell City Council, 7 p.m., city hall. Workforce Policy Board of Mahoning and


Jennifer Shook, Daniel Wagner are engaged

BERLIN CENTER -- The engagement of Jennifer R. Shook, 17265 Mock Road, and Daniel J. Wagner, 2116


BOARDS OF EDUCATION

BOARDS OF EDUCATION CHAMPION U Approved a 4-percent rate increase for substitutes, as follows:


Pirates, Mets go back to work

The Mets topped the Bucs, 4-1, one of the first games played in seven days. By TOM WILLIAMS


WARREN Kids' garden honors victims

Pupils say they're feeling sad and disappointed about the tragedy. By AMANDA C. DAVIS VINDICATOR


DIANE MAKAR MURPHY Theater at Scottish Cathedral is a rite to remember

John, my husband, is the scene and lighting designer for Youngstown State University's theater


THE CITY THAT CAN

Opinion: Los Angeles Times: Over the years, whenever something negative happened in New York City -- an awful


Hermitage offered counseling in crisis

HERMITAGE -- Superintendent Karen Ionta told the school board Monday the district had building


PAY RAISES Sharpsville Schools

Nine mid- and low-level administrators in the Sharpsville Area School District were granted pay


WARREN Company sues over concert

ICM said it would provide Soul Decision and Evan and Jaron as opening acts for 98 Degrees. WARREN


'Different' atmosphereas Bucs fall

Manager Lloyd McClendon said he didn't feel the spirit of competition. By TOM WILLIAMS


WRITE-IN CANDIDATES Nov. 6 election

Monday was the deadline for candidates to file as write-ins in the Nov. 6 general election. Only


MAHONING CO. COURTHOUSE Bids will be sought in parking project

Commissioners are to vote Thursday on seeking bids again for the project. By BOB JACKSON


Child safety day planned in Girard

Child safety day planned in Girard GIRARD -- Dr. Christopher M. Hafely will join other


Traficant gets flak, praise for remarks

A local Jewish leader said the congressman's statements are akin to giving comfort to the enemy.


UNITED SCHOOLS New pact

Superintendent (12+ years experience): Was $73,726, now $79,270; to $82,050 in 2002-03, $84,512 in


Parents announce Endress-Lind engagement

YOUNGSTOWN -- Ted and Carole Endress, 403 Meadowbrook Ave., announce the engagement of their


Parents announce Rutana-Filek engagement

The engagement of Melissa Rutana of Boardman and Chuck Filek, also of Boardman, is announced by the


BOARDMAN Two young men face string of drug charges

Police became suspicious when neither of them answered when asked why they were in the area and what


Here's what happened Monday to stocks of companies with local operations, with closing stock price

Here's what happened Monday to stocks of companies with local operations, with closing stock price


Never forget Always remember

Opinion: A week ago, America and much of the world stopped dead, watching in horror as the forces of evil


Group to renovate homes, build more

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


April Crump, Brian Habeger plan fall wedding

The engagement of April Crump of Boardman, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Crump and Mr. and Mrs.


A Hanni will run for school board

Six candidates are seeking the two-year term on the Youngstown school board. By DAVID SKOLNICK


WARREN Testimony set in murder trial

If convicted, the defendant could face 23 years to life prison. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR


Agents search, issue subpoenas at Hunt Valve

Some employees are being instructed to appear in federal court early next month. By NORMAN LEIGH


MAHONING VALLEY Leaders want share of state funds

The legislators stress the need to work together to capture scarce capital bill money. By DAVID


BOARDMAN Township takes back Rural Metro's penalty

The company showed that it had met the time limit for responses. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR.


WARREN Bureau seeks director

WARREN -- The Trumbull County Convention and Visitor's Bureau will begin advertising for a new


Woman testifies Warren man raped her

By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF WARREN -- A defense attorney says a 27-year-old


Group gets first female president

YOUNGSTOWN -- Youngstown Maennerchor has inducted its first female president since the group was


REUNIONS

Newton Falls High School Class of 1971 will be celebrating its 30-year reunion Sept. 28-29. Anyone


HOW THEY FARED YSU Opponents

Lock Haven (0-3) lost to Bloomsburg 34-24; Next: at Indiana, Pa. Clarion (1-2) beat Tiffin 27-14;


LEETONIA Law enforcers patrol streets, trails on bikes

Leetonia police hope to have four officers on bikes in the spring. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR


HUBBARD Council to create condominium zoning class

City council responded to residents' concern about apartments. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


By CYNTHIA VINARSKY

By CYNTHIA VINARSKY VINDICATOR BUSINESS WRITER CANFIELD -- Rachel McCammon can take a carryout


St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Erick and Melissa Seidel, 526 Lincoln Ave., Niles, boy, Sept. 16. Kevin and


In Valley, small investors had big idea of supporting American businesses

One Austintown broker had 45 client calls by midafternoon Monday, and all but one were requests to


MERCER COUNTY Farrell man sentenced for drug possession

Police found $12,000 worth of crack cocaine in a heating duct. By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR SHARON


PIRATES NOTEBOOK From PNC Park

Close call: Pirates catcher Keith Osik was on a plane at New York's LaGuardia Airport on Sept. 11


Show to honor America

Fireworks following Saturday's game at Stambaugh Stadium will carry a message. YOUNGSTOWN -- The


Council to create zoning category

HUBBARD -- City council has decided to create a zoning category so apartments can't be built in or


YOUNGSTOWN Traficant gets flak, praise for remarks

A local Jewish leader said the congressman's statements are akin to giving comfort to the enemy.


7th Ward coalition plans candidates' forum for board of education

7th Ward coalition plans candidates' forum for board of education YOUNGSTOWN -- The 7th Ward


Champion schools

Champion schools CHAMPION -- Homecoming is Friday. Activities begin with a parade at 6:45 p.m.,


SHARPSVILLE SCHOOLS Board vote nixes raises for top posts

The school board also failed to approve three change orders for improvements to the football field.


Concert to aid fund

Concert to aid fund NILES -- A country music concert featuring Jo Dee Messina, Dwight Yoakam and


THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN

THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN By CYNTHIA VINARSKY VINDICATOR BUSINESS WRITER CANFIELD -- Rachel


Mercer Co. official suspended from job

Mercer Co. official suspended from job MERCER, Pa. -- Mercer County Fiscal Director Jeff


GETTING IT RIGHT

Poland native Catherine Simpson works for the assistant secretary of the Navy, manpower and reserve


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Joshua J. Bowers, 21, of 314 Poland Ave. #2, Struthers, and


Weep for the valiant emergency personnel

Opinion: Weep for the valiant emergency personnel EDITOR: I have been a volunteer firefighter for for