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CLEVELAND Sfara Bruno pleads innocent to extortion and conspiracy

The lawyer's bond has been set at $250,000 and her trial for Dec. 4. By PATRICIA MEADE


Clarett provides second-half spark

Warren Harding's senior tailback rushed for 123 yards in a 21-13 win over Austintown Fitch. By


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Steven H. Bowles, 31, of 2719 Columbiana Road, New


Girard grinds out 34-12 win

The Indians amassed 217 yards on the ground en route to their fifth win in six tries. By SAL


YOUNGSTOWN Shooting wasn't planned, ex-wife says at sentencing

The woman was sentenced to 45 days in the county jail and placed on probation. By BOB JACKSON


REV. DANIEL ROHAN World will be changed

Scripture tells us that with the final condemnation of evil, the resurrection of Christ, and the


Law judge advises dismissing case

No one at the sheriff's department knew what the duties of special operations director were. By


Salem weighs landlord crackdown

The administration is finding that some landlords simply pay their fine and continue breaking the


Military policies for YSU students

Military policies for YSU students YOUNGSTOWN -- Youngstown State University's board of trustees


After brief training through the Federal Aviation Administration, troops will:

After brief training through the Federal Aviation Administration, troops will: U Provide a highly


TRUMBULL COUNTY No misconduct found with trial

The appeals judges cited prosecutorial misconduct. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


MERCER COUNTY School districts join performance network

Nearly 30 school districts have joined the partnership. SHARON, Pa. -- Five Mercer County public


HERMITAGE City picks authority as partner for project

The authority made a strong financial commitment to the project but its rival didn't. By HAROLD


YOUNGSTOWN Agency to sell homes to help neighborhood

The agency is bringing new houses and homeowners into the deteriorating neighborhood. By ROGER G.


TAC Undefeated Hubbard rumbles past Lakeview

Anthony Smith carried 25 times for 128 yards and two touchdowns in the 21-0 win. By BOB ROTH


Official wants fixes to be assured

A room has been set up in Girard Intermediate School to test equipment. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR


WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA Lawmakers pleased with redistricting

Some representatives regain areas lost in the 1990 reapportionment. By HAROLD GWIN and LAURE


RABBI SCHONBERGER Sukkot celebrates harvest

I love autumn. I love the temperature and the rich variegated display of colors that seems to


Sharon puts up 63 in rout of Mercer

SHARON -- Mike Schneider connected on 13-of-21 passes for 287 yards and five touchdowns as the


STEEL VALLEY Good kick lifts Boardman, 22-19

It was the second time this season the Boardman place-kicker has won the game with a last-second


School districts join performance network

Nearly 30 school districts have joined the partnership. SHARON, Pa. -- Five Mercer County public


GIRARD SCHOOLS Official wants fixes to be assured

A room has been set up in Girard Intermediate School to test equipment. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR


SHARON, PA. McGuire Sisters to be in ceremony

Flight restrictions resulted in the cancellation of the Music In Education portion of the


Rash of break-ins strikes at Fairhaven

The expense to repair damage from the break-ins is higher than the amount of money taken. By


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ROOTSTOWN NEOUCOM chief to retire at end of school year

ROOTSTOWN -- Dr. Robert S. Blacklow, 67, president and dean of the Northeastern Ohio Universities


Hospitals join to boost Medicare payments

Hospital officials are lobbying lawmakers to change a funding formula that they say is unfair. By


SALEM City weighs landlord crackdown

The administration is finding that some landlords simply pay their fine and continue breaking the


NILES AND CHAMPION Rash of break-ins strikes at Fairhaven

The expense to repair damage from the break-ins is higher than the amount of money taken. By


Cincinnati cop is acquitted, but he shouldn't get job back

Opinion: Last spring, Cincinnati was a city in turmoil. A young, unarmed black man had been shot and killed


SATURDAY FOOTBALL Preview

Who: Chaney vs. Poland. When: 2. Where: Poland High Stadium Last meeting: Chaney won 17-6 last


KENT Think before acting, speaker urges

Certain military responses would be detrimental to the U.S. cause, an expert said. By DAVID


METRO ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Howland punishes Salem for sixth win

The unbeaten Tigers scored on their first five possessions in a 48-14 victory. By GARY HOUSTEAU


Angelo's role in insurance contract raises questions

Opinion: Trumbull County has a human resources director who is paid almost $60,000 a year to manage county


YOUNGSTOWN Court: Lawyer may stay on case

The city will resume its efforts to shut down the South Side bar. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR


St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Forum Health Northside Melissa Dutton and Christopher Pasco, 13924 Palmyra Road,


SCORES, SUMMARIES AND SCHEDULES

FOOTBALL OHIO AREA East Liverpool 40, Rayen 30 Warren Harding 21, Fitch 13 Boardman 22,


GAME TIME Today

Who: Pirates (D. Williams) at Cardinals (Morris 20-8). When: 4:05. TV: FOX Sports Pittsburgh.


Guard MPs will secure 6 airports

The armed troops will be trained to assist regular civilian security. By JEFF ORTEGA VINDICATOR


WARREN Execs work on deadline to bid on shuttered mill

One crucial part of the deal is a revised union contract being negotiated with the United


Father acquitted

Father acquitted WARREN -- A jury deliberated 30 minutes before acquitting 32-year-old David


YOUNGSTOWN Omega Door plans move to city from Boardman

The move would bring 40 existing jobs and five new ones into the city. By DON SHILLING


FALLING REVENUE

FALLING REVENUE Medicare reimbursements Hospitals in the Youngstown-Warren area say they're


Greyhounds pass first real test with win over Hickory

Wilmington stayed undefeated with a 27-18 over the Hornets. By BILL ALBRIGHT VINDICATOR


Pa. lawmakers pleased with redistricting

Some representatives regain areas lost in the 1990 reapportionment. By HAROLD GWIN and LAURE


QUOTES

QUOTES Casino proposal Some of the comments posted on The Vindicator's Web site about changing


CITY SERIES Struthers gets fourth win, beats Wilson

STRUTHERS -- Nick Leiter scored on runs of 16 and 48 yards and threw a 30-yard touchdown pass to


LISBON Man awaits sentencing; wife missing since June

The charge is not related to his wife's disappearance. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU


Warren 7 0 7 7 21

Warren 7 0 7 7 21 Fitch 0 0 13


MAHONING COUNTY SHERIFF Law judge advises dismissing case of abolished post

No one at the sheriff's department knew what the duties of special operations director were. By


YSU head gets raise

YSU head gets raise YOUNGSTOWN -- Youngstown State University trustees approved Friday a 3.7


On average, chief marketing and sales executives for manufacturing companies earn about $112,000 a

On average, chief marketing and sales executives for manufacturing companies earn about $112,000 a


LORDSTOWN Speaker tells pupils: Befriend 'different' kids

The North Canton man has a doctorate in education and travels as a public speaker. By DENISE DICK


MAHONING VALLEY Hospitals join to boost Medicare payments

Hospital officials are lobbying lawmakers to change a funding formula that they consider to be


What's the word? Patriotism

Seventh-graders spell out AMERICA while Anthony Feldes of Austintown hangs a flag made from paper


GAME TIME Saturday

Who: Youngstown State (3-0) at Northern Iowa (2-1). Where: UNIDome, Cedar Falls, Ia. When: 5:05.


REDISTRICTING Where they change

Legislative districts in Mercer and Lawrence counties will change shape under the final


Giants' Bonds hits 68th

Giants' Bonds hits 68th SAN FRANCISCO -- A teary Barry Bonds said Friday night the death of a


PEOPLE

PEOPLE Two to give initial sermons YOUNGSTOWN -- Byron Armour and Yolanda Shields will deliver