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Holocaust survivor Wiesel to speak in Akron

AKRON -- Elie Wiesel, author, Holocaust survivor, human rights activist and Nobel Peace Prize


SALEM Wal-Mart construction to begin in summer

By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU SALEM -- Construction is expected to start this summer


Closed for road work

Closed for road work WEST MIDDLESEX, Pa. -- Sharon-Bedford Road in Shenango Township will be


Trumbull health board on horns of a dilemma

Opinion: If George Buccella, administrator of the Trumbull County Department of Health, isn't allowed to


WARREN Ex-deputy sent to prison for drugs

Before sentencing, Gore apologized to his family and the court. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR


Megan McClearn to be bride of Richard Leone

PETERSBURG - Lon and Royanne McClearn, 6510 E. South Range Road, are announcing plans for the


MAHONING COUNTY Officials begin 911 upgrade

Consultants said the county's radio equipment is 'living on borrowed time.' By BOB JACKSON


WARREN Sale of Anthem stock to begin

Some lawmakers said there should have been more discussion on how profits will be spent. By AMANDA


TRAFICANT ON TRIAL The end is near -- or is it?

The congressman said the lead prosecutor has a chance to get the 'big Kahuna.' By PATRICIA MEADE


JACKSON TOWNSHIP Keep vets memorial simple, architect says

The monument would be a lasting tribute to local war veterans. By PETER H. MILLIKEN VINDICATOR


Dick Corp. fined for air-pollution violation

Samples at the demolition site showed the presence of asbestos. THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN


Neshannock Creek cleanup is set

Neshannock Creek cleanup is set NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- The Lawrence County Chapter of PA Clean Ways


Evidence disappears in unsolved LA cases

Evidence disappears in unsolved LA cases LOS ANGELES -- A forensic specialist is trying to find


JUDAISM Conference focus is science

A panel discussion is set for 9:30 a.m. Monday. YOUNGSTOWN -- The fourth annual Jewish Studies


YOUNGSTOWN Man drops lawsuit against 2 officers

YOUNGSTOWN -- A lawsuit filed last week against two city police officers was dropped Tuesday and


YSU Inexperienced Penguins drop game to Akron

The second game was wiped out by rain. By PETE MOLLICA VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF AKRON -- YSU


Casey-Kimock wedding plans are revealed

The engagement of Elizabeth Casey, a daughter of Bill and Jan Casey, 6744 Sodom Hutchings Road,


LAWRENCE COUNTY New CYS director starts work

The director previously worked at a private foster-care agency. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR NEW


GROVE CITY, PA. PennDOT wants input

GROVE CITY, Pa. -- The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation wants to hear how the public thinks


Technicalites undermine justice in fatal crash

Opinion: EDITOR It has been a sad few months for several families and the sadness has just been made worse


HUBBARD Trustees appeal OK for blasting

Township trustees want the state to take historic coal mining into account. HUBBARD -- Township


THIEL COLLEGE Earth Week events include VP candidate

All of the programs are free. GREENVILLE, Pa. -- Winona LaDuke, Ralph Nader's vice presidential


Robotics teams

Robotics teams GIRARD -- Robotics teams of Girard and Warren G. Harding high schools will compete


DeAngelis and Terrago wedding planned in May

Sherry Ann DeAngelis, 729 Jones St., Hubbard, and James A. Terrago Jr., 481 S. Edgehill Ave.,


YOUNGSTOWN Drive-through employee faces kidnapping charge

The store employee gave the teen food and offered to pay a fine if the teen changed his story, a


GAIL WHITE Cookie Monster Company is sold on capitalism

Children are not likely to remember who won the Pulitzer Prize or Nobel Peace Prize this year, but


GM Cavalier sales rise slightly

Industry analysts are encouraged that vehicle sales overall fell just 1 percent. STAFF/WIRE


WASHINGTONVILLE Village council mulls adding levies to ballot

WASHINGTONVILLE -- Village council is discussing placing levies on the November ballot to generate


YOUNGSTOWN Company plans to buy WYTV

WYTV's prospective buyer already owns 13 television stations and four newspapers. THE VINDICATOR,


NEW CASTLE, PA. Man sentenced in assault, theft case

Corey Kradel already spent seven months in prison waiting for his trial to start. B2 LAURE CIOFFI


HOWLAND Neighborhood to get grant

The grant will be matched with township money. HOWLAND -- The Bolindale neighborhood in Howland,


COLUMBIANA Council rejects change in zoning

By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU COLUMBIANA -- Developer Charles Beiling said he will


St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Michael and Gerri Downey, 6740 Shawbutte St., Poland, girl, April 2. John and


LAWRENCE COUNTY Farmer seeks special tax plan

County commissioners said they would consider delaying reassessment if there is too much confusion.


BASEBALL Hay-led two-hitter helps Bulldogs; Niles wins, 16-10

Jason Metzka and junior Anthony Rossodivita combined on a no-hitter for Campbell. POLAND -- John


MAHONING COUNTY Dems endorse candidates

Costanzo was selected because of her strong presentation and aggressiveness; D'Apolito was a


TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES

TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES CHAMPION Heard Holly Carine from Geauga Trumbull Solid Waste District say


& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;BAILEY & lt;/B & gt;, John

& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;BAILEY & lt;/B & gt;, John M., 52, of Campbell;


EMERGENCY CALLS Ellwood City to switch to county 911 service

The county stands to lose $800,000 if Ellwood City does not comply with the law. By MARY


Kearney-Izzo wedding to be in Niles church

NILES -- Announced by Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. Kearney, 903 Warren Ave., are plans for the forthcoming


MAHONING COUNTY Officials begin upgrades to aging 911 system

Consultants said the county's radio equipment is 'living on borrowed time.' By BOB JACKSON


Pope's spirit remains strong

Opinion: For nearly a quarter of a century, Pope John Paul II has led the Catholic Church with vigor, resolve


PREP RESULTS, SUMMARIES & amp; SCHEDULES

TUESDAY'S RESULTS BASEBALL SCORES Poland 6, Springfield 0 Niles 16, Struthers 10 Campbell


YOUNGSTOWN Judge finds couple guilty in drug case

A background check on the Scotts will be done before they are sentenced. YOUNGSTOWN -- An Elm


The congressman said the lead prosecutor has a chance to get the 'big Kahuna.'

The congressman said the lead prosecutor has a chance to get the 'big Kahuna.' By PATRICIA MEADE


TRAFICANT ON TRIAL Former sheriff's lieutenant testifies

BULLETIN: A federal judge released the jury at 11:05 a.m. today and told its members to bring


WARREN Ex-deputy sentenced in drug case

Before sentencing, Gore apologized to his family and the court. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR


Religion does not belong in U.S. public schools

Opinion: Religion does not belong in U.S. public schools EDITOR: I've read the various letters for and


SOFTBALL Poland picks up where it left off

Canfield lost in Virginia Beach while Springfield slipped past Ursuline. SUMMERVILLE, S.C. -- The


REALLYFOOLISHDATA.GOV

Opinion: Los Angeles Times: White House Chief of Staff Andrew H. Card Jr. has directed all federal agencies


SUV sideswipes officer outside grocery store

SUV sideswipes officer outside grocery store BOARDMAN -- A township police officer spent part of


RTI INTERNATIONAL METAL $12M oil-well contract brings good news

RTI's newest deep-water oil well project is in addition to sites in the Gulf of Mexico and the North


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Omar Ahmad Mansour, 21, Memphis, Tenn., and Linda Nabil Samad,


Judge to jury: Case nears end

The judge told the congressman that she can control the proceedings. By PATRICIA MEADE


NBA not perfect, but I still watch

Bobby Knight is (choose one): UA brilliant, but misunderstood basketball coach. UA pain in the