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YOUNGSTOWN Loud music charges to be kept separate

Jamar A. Jones will plead no contest to two of the four charges according to an accepted plea

Yorty leads Blue Devils to victory

LISBON -- Keyed by three United second-half turnovers, the Lisbon High football team scored 23

TRAFICANT CASE Judge considers appointing lawyer

The judge's order has made a lot of technical legal work for the congressman -- who is not a lawyer.

Rocket goes awry; satellites feared lost

Rocket goes awry; satellites feared lost VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. -- A rocket carrying a

YSU Leathernecks pose big test for Penguins

Western Illinois has won four of its last five games against Youngstown State. By BRIAN RICHESSON


EVENTS Protestant fund-raiser YOUNGSTOWN -- Protestant Family Services will have a spaghetti

WARREN Closings expected soon in double slaying trial

The defendant did not testify in his own defense during the murder trial. By PEGGY SINKOVICH

Plan would expand high school, switch career center affiliations

The board member wants 20 high school class units. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF

COLUMBIANA COUNTY Investigation continues into '99 slaying

Individuals continue to be called to testify before county grand juries. By NORMAN LEIGH

Rebels rally for triumph over E.P.

Matt Thompson scored with 13 seconds left to give Crestview a 28-24 victory. By JOHN BUTERA

REACTION Metropolitan equity

A sampling of comments from public officials to the idea of metropolitan equity: Harold Davis,

Lightning forces teams to reschedule

AKRON -- The high school football game between West Branch and Akron Springfield was postponed

YOUNGSTOWN Speaker cites successes of regional cooperation

The Mall of America was the result of regional cooperation and tax sharing. By ROGER G. SMITH

YOUNGSTOWN Charged woman used false name

The woman has used her sister's name before. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR COURTHOUSE REPORTER

Blake and May wedding is set for November

The engagement of Holly J. Blake and Joseph Paul May, both of 4108-B Juiper Lane N.W., Wilson, N.C.,

Council leads Aliquippa to 18-0 victory

MOHAWK, Pa. -- Aliquippa High quarterback Marques Council rushed for two touchdowns and passed for

YOUNGSTOWN Campus Crusade official to address family event

The speaker is involved in a ministry geared to rebuilding urban families. YOUNGSTOWN -- Dr.

Knight Ridder Tribune

Knight Ridder Tribune BLESSED FOLLOWER: His Holiness Drubwang Pema Norbu Rinpoche, right, extends

Attacks lead DOE to postpone radioactive waste shipments

YOUNGSTOWN -- The U.S. Department of Energy has postponed train shipments of radioactive waste that

Shepas betters former teammate in Tigers' 54-14 win

Buckeye bound quarterback Justin Zwick threw for 314 yards and five touchdowns. By BOB ROTH

Mideast cease-fire honors victims of terrorist attack

Opinion: It took the bloody destruction of the twin towers of the World Trade Center and the bloody attack on

ICL Lowellville thrives late

The Rockets didn't let up in the second half en route to beating Jackson-Milton. By CHAD

In his speech, President Bush inspires trust in this nation but fear among its enemies

Opinion: President George W. Bush spoke only once Thursday night, but his message was directed at many.


Who: Cardinals (Smith 5-2) at Pirates (Ritchie 11-12). When: 7:05. Radio: KDKA-AM 1020.

Pagano-Johnson engagement is made known

Announcement of the coming marriage of Susan M. Pagano and Arthur L. Johnson, both of 3831 N.

BOARDMAN Children reach out to aid young victims

Money collected will benefit the children affected by the terrorist attacks. By IAN HILL

SHARON Town sends big message of support

A local family urges passers-by to show support by signing their billboards. By HAROLD GWIN

YOUNGSTOWN Civil rights officer asks club to end gender bias policies

Tippecanoe Country Club has three weeks to respond to the recommendations. By BOB JACKSON

SCHEDULE CHANGE Youngstown State football

One day after adding Marshall to their schedule, the Penguins made another change Friday, canceling

REGIONAL AIRPORT Layoff reports at Northwest pose a threat

Northwest Airlines is laying off 10,000 nationwide. VIENNA -- Layoffs at Northwest Airlines put

Local Arab-Americans decry all terrorism

Many say they have sworn to defend the United States from all terrorists. By TIM YOVICH


Who: Indians (Woodard 3-3) at Twins (Radke 13-9). When: 1:30. TV: WJW Channel 8, WPGH Channel

Fitch loses in Massillon

Fitch loses in Massillon Two former Cardinal Mooney High teammates met as opposing football

HALLELUJAH: The Rev. Thoreau D. May preaches a sermon at Eternal Love Baptist, a Chicago church that

HALLELUJAH: The Rev. Thoreau D. May preaches a sermon at Eternal Love Baptist, a Chicago church that

Sheriff adds 6 deputies to department

YOUNGSTOWN -- Mahoning County Sheriff Randall A. Wellington swore in six deputies Friday, which

MERCER Early scores propel Wilmington to win

Two Greyhounds accounted for six touchdowns and 283 yards rushing. By BILL ALBRIGHT VINDICATOR

Speaker cites successes of regional cooperation

The Mall of America was the result of regional cooperation and tax sharing. By ROGER G. SMITH

OHIO Ex-Cuyahoga official to seek state office

The candidate said he decided to run for Ohio's top elections position in the wake of the


GETTING IT RIGHT U Storyteller Mike Mazur will share poems and humor at 7 p.m. Oct. 11, and Judith

Buffer zone required

Buffer zone required COITSVILLE -- Township trustees recently approved adding a 30-foot buffer

YOUNGSTOWN Tim Hagan accuses Taft of exploiting tragedy

The Democratic candidate said Gov. Bob Taft has stooped to new lows. By DAVID SKOLNICK

RABBI FRANKLIN MULLER Holy day calls for introspection

Yom Kippur is the single holiest day of the Jewish year. It is a day of prayer, fasting, meditation,

CAFARO FIELD Rain, lightning stop the music

It's too soon to say whether the concert will be rescheduled or refunds will be issued. By DEBORA


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Gregory H. Morton, 30, of 2312 Council Oak Drive, South Bend,

MAHONING VALLEY Funeral directors aid at crash sites

About 25 directors make up the Ohio Funeral Directors Mortuary Response Team. By PAUL WHEATLEY

Business funding is workshop topic

SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. -- Slippery Rock University, in cooperation with the Governor's Action Team, is

NEW JERSEY DMV: INS failed to probe applicants

The INS said federal privacy laws prevented it from cooperating with the state officials. By JIM


FRIDAY'S RESULTS FOOTBALL AREA SCORES Massillon Washington 54, Fitch 14 Boardman 52,

Spartans win big against Big Red

Boardman scored 31 points in the second quarter to key a 52-0 win. By GREG GULAS VINDICATOR

Associated Press

Associated Press WAITING FOR THE BELL: Trader Timothy Cochrane anticipates the closing bell on the

Forum Health Northside

Forum Health Northside Randy J. and Sheris D. Velez, 49 Parish Ave., Hubbard, boy, Sept. 21.

STEEL VALLEY CONFERENCE Ursuline regains confidence with 33-7 win

Coach Jim Vivo praised running back Delbert Ferguson but noted his team's mistakes woes. By CHUCK


COUNCILS MCDONALD Village council addressed these issues this week: UPassed legislation