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BIRTHS

BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Daniel and Diane Yozwiak, 5940 Sharon Drive, Boardman, boy, Sept. 16.


EXCERPTS Letters, journal entries

I know if it was me in New York and Washington D.C. you guys would have gone in thier [sic] and


GIRARD SCHOOLS Board starts program to monitor air quality

Girard's superintendent says the idea is to get school employees involved in air quality. By TIM


Tractor driver killed

Tractor driver killed JAMESTOWN, Pa. -- Pennsylvania State Police said a Greene Township man died


Emotions settled, Penguins ready for Gateway opener

Defending champion Western Illinois comes to Stambaugh Stadium on Saturday night. By BRIAN


DIVISION I

DIVISION I Region 1 1, Cleve. St. Ignatius (4-0) 11.0500 2, Lakewood St. Edward (4-0) 10.4750


SALEM Hunt Valve reopens for work

A government spokesman said a probe of the company is unrelated to the terrorist attacks. By


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AVIATION Operations at small airports decline greatly

Managers at general aviation airports say they are operating far below normal. By PETER H.


LAWRENCE COUNTY Officials to fight landfill

The county hired an attorney to argue against the proposed landfill. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR


Miss Appugliese to be bride of David Schaab

Plans for the upcoming marriage of Phyllis Appugliese of Youngstown and David Michael Schaab of


MEN'S SOCCER

MEN'S SOCCER Waynesburg 3, Thiel 1: GREENVILLE, Pa. -- The Tomcats took an early lead on Mercer


TRANSPORTATION More riders for buses, trains

National ridership rose 50 percent at Greyhound and 40 percent at Amtrak. By PETER H. MILLIKEN


Indians return on a roll

By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF CLEVELAND -- Tuesday night was a night to remember at


Trumbull recorder returns collections to general fund

WARREN -- The Trumbull County recorder is returning $289,524 to the county's general fund, money


WARREN Attorney identifies ex-cop in killing

The man who was slain was to testify in a drug case. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


YOUNGSTOWN Witness that skipped trial is found

One of the other witnesses was found in contempt of court, and one was cleared. YOUNGSTOWN -- The


COLUMBIANA Sewer project is almost finished

The city is still withholding 8 percent of the payment to the contractor. By NANCY TULLIS


Rape suspect says he had sex with girl

Rape suspect says he had sex with girl WARREN -- A 26-year-old Warren man facing three rape


Miss Hinchcliffe is engaged to Mr. Del Castello

Announcing plans for their forthcoming wedding are Melissa Hinchcliffe, 4756 Country Lane,


YOUNGSTOWN Police detain 7 Pakistani men for questioning by local FBI

Police found problems with birth dates on some visas. YOUNGSTOWN -- Seven Pakistani men found in a


Vitullo wants bribe-try report

The judge denied all last-minute motions, saying the deadline had passed. By PATRICIA MEADE


TUESDAY'S GAMES

TUESDAY'S GAMES American League Toronto 8, Baltimore 5 Boston 7, Tampa Bay 2 Cleveland 11,


GROVE CITY, SHARON Search goes on for 2 from Mercer Co.

Both were in the World Trade Center tower that was hit first. GROVE CITY, Pa. -- A former Grove


Learning about Valley

Learning about Valley YOUNGSTOWN -- "Meet the Mahoning Valley," a program of Leadership Mahoning


WASHINGTONVILLE Mayor to quit soon, official says

Councilwoman Theresa Allison described the mayor as frustrated by constant opposition. By NANCY


GAIL WHITE As life throws curves, this family hits home runs

I met Dave and Sandy Kent at the baseball field. Dave was easy to spot, his long hair flowing out


Ceremony pays tribute to cops who lost lives

About 200 people attended the ceremony. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF HOWLAND


Craft show to feature farmers' market

GIRARD--The 23rd annual Greater Girard Area Chamber of Commerce Craft Show is Sept. 29. West Liberty


YOUNGSTOWN

YOUNGSTOWN Approved two variances for Warriors Inc., the nonprofit agency associated with the


YSU

YSU Volleyball team defeats St. Francis LORETTO, Pa. -- Sophomore Annie Buschur sparked the


PREVIEW Football

THURSDAY CHANEY VS. WILSON Where: Stambaugh Stadium, Youngstown State University. When: 7 p.m.


LISBON County OKs road for power plant

The land for the road has been donated. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU LISBON -- If


GIRARD Father faces charges after tot is hospitalized

Police say more charges are expected. GIRARD -- A 24-year-old Girard man accused of injuring his


True heroes of our nation

In recent years, professional sports have often made the wrong call, especially when money was


AVIATION SECURITY

AVIATION SECURITY After the terrorist attacks People who operate, service or rent small aircraft


Miss McCowin Mr. Mordocco to wed Nov. 10

Plans for the forthcoming marriage of Melissa Ellen McCowin, 7051 West Blvd., Boardman, and Dominic


GOLDBERG CASE Judge asks court to reconsider

The judge changed his mind after reading the high court's decision. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR


SALEM Official announces city lawsuit policy

The city is working to resolve several complaints about a skating park. By NORMAN LEIGH


Break helps Tribe's health, but psyche needed time, too

The team missed six games over the past week because of cancellations. By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR


TRUMBULL COUNTY United Way lowers goal for fund raising

About 137,000 Trumbull County residents receive services from a United Way agency each year. By


DiFrangia-Stango engagement is made known

CANFIELD -- Bill and Angela DiFrangia of Russo Drive are announcing the engagement of their


VOLLEYBALL Schedule strength is factor in Fitch's win over Spartans

The Boardman team was previously unbeaten. By CHUCK HOUSTEAU VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT


DELTA SIGMA THETA Alumnae chapter to mark its 50th year

YOUNGSTOWN -- The Youngstown Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. will mark its golden


INDIANS NOTEBOOK From Jacobs Field

Local voices: The Warren-based singing group "Everlasting Hope" sang "God Bless America" during the


2 big rigs to haul donated supplies to N.Y.

The trucker and his wife saw the twin towers fall. By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR SHARON BUREAU


Pupils vent in drawings, letters

Youngsters put their thoughts in drawings, letters and journal entries. By JoANNE VIVIANO


Drawings, letters

Drawings, letters Although Canfield Village Middle School pupils won't send actual gifts to New


U.S. had better be ready to use its saber quickly

Opinion: The Bush administration has given Afghanistan's Taliban rulers an ultimatum with regard to the


Want to help relief effort? Send money, agencies say

The Salvation Army has served over 430,000 meals to rescue workers and volunteers, but now they need


New seminar, dining hall

New seminar, dining hall GIRARD -- The Girard Oldtimers will be the first group to use the new


Museum buys mastodon bones

The bones were discovered when a pond was being dug. SALEM -- The Cleveland Museum of Natural


Undaunted, air travelers refuse to cancel

Time, money and convenience will be elements of a changed travel industry, agents say. By ROGER


Man says co-worker burned his flag

Man says co-worker burned his flag BOARDMAN -- Township police are investigating a report of a


Dem group criticizes Traficant's remarks

Some members said the group shouldn't berate the congressman for his words. By DAVID SKOLNICK


MAHONING COUNTY Vitullo wants bribe-try report

The judge denied all last-minute motions, saying the deadline had passed. By PATRICIA MEADE


BASEBALL

BASEBALL Youngstown Sluggers -- of the Babe Ruth league will be conducting tryouts for its 13 and


Firefighters funds

Firefighters funds Two bank accounts have been opened to assist the families of firefighters who


MAHONING VALLEY Faith, defiance help overcome fear of flying

Terrorism won't dictate this couple's lives. By ROGER G. SMITH VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


WHAT'S NEEDED Relief effort

All monetary donations should be made out to the American Red Cross. Items specifically needed by


AGENDA

AGENDA THURSDAY Jackson-Milton Board of Education, 6:30 p.m., elementary building library.


Couple mourns grandson's death

The family had been looking forward to a wedding next September. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR


Kindness to others must continue in our nation

Opinion: Kindness to others must continue in our nation EDITOR: Sometimes when suffering comes, we ask


COURTS

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses William Armour III, 33, of 112 Clinton St., Youngstown, and