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TRAFICANT TRIAL

TRAFICANT TRIAL Early departures U.S. Rep. James A. Traficant Jr.'s stop-and-go defense began


"When I get to every single spot in the refugee camp ... and we've killed a few, that's how I will

"When I get to every single spot in the refugee camp ... and we've killed a few, that's how I will


PARKER HANNIFIN | Local plants

Salt Springs Road: Manufacturing of hydraulic pumps. 250 workers. Logan Avenue: Foundry. 70


MAHONING COUNTY Judge OKs the return of man's cameras

His weapons weren't included on the list to be returned. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR COURTHOUSE


WARREN Official hasn't fulfilled residency rule

A union official says the city selectively enforces residency. By PEGGY SINKOVICH and AMANDA C.


St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Ulyses and Michele Rivera, 1535 Fountain Square Drive, Apt. 22, Youngstown, boy,


PITTSBURGH Pavilion, Amphitheatre announce a fine-tuned, diverse lineup

There will be a slate of familiar acts at the Pavilion. By JOHN PATRICK GATTA VINDICATOR


SPECIAL DEALS

SPECIAL DEALS Route 18 Round-Up: Five country shows -- Kenny Chesney, Y-108 Hot Country Jam,


Troupe passes time in movie theaters

Perhaps dancers in Michael Flatley's "Lord of the Dance" will take up movie criticism after their


IF YOU GO

IF YOU GO What: "Lord of the Dance." When: 8 p.m. Tuesday. Where: Edward W. Powers Auditorium,


MERCER COUNTY Man faces prison terms in robbery

A Sharon man is going to prison for violating his probation. By MARY GRZEBIENIAK VINDICATOR


Arena project time line encouraging and doable

Opinion: If all goes according to plan, a developer for the proposed Youngstown convocation and community


WARREN New health center will offer various services

The medical center is expected to open in July. WARREN -- The public will soon have a new health-


YSU FOOTBALL Small in size, but big in heart

Jerald Burley leads an inexperienced, and undersized, group of receivers. By PETE MOLLICA


Stepdancing goes modern

With one foot in the traditional world of Irish stepdancing and the other in Michael Flatley's


Prove the unprovable or die

Opinion: There can be little doubt that the crimes of which Walter Mickens Jr. was convicted merit his


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Daniel J. Calabrette, 21, of 238 Wilson St., Struthers, and


TRAFICANT ON TRIAL It's time to wrap it up, judge tells rep

The congressman said if he defies the judge's order, it won't be the first time. By PATRICIA MEADE


Evening will be Irish tradition

YOUNGSTOWN -- A seanachie, a seisuin and stepdancing will be featured during an evening of


FORUM HEALTH AT HOME Many rely on program for meals, other services

For many seniors, the Hotmeals driver is the only person they see during the day. YOUNGSTOWN --


& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;ARTIS & lt;/B & gt;, Robert

& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;ARTIS & lt;/B & gt;, Robert C., 61, of Youngstown;


Work will begin on revitalization

By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR NEW CASTLE BUREAU NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Motorists will find detours and


NILES Ex-worker files charge against HM Steel for pay

A company official called the former worker a disgruntled employee. NILES -- A court date of April


COUNCIL

COUNCIL CANFIELD Passed a resolution Wednesday night supporting the Canfield school board's


KOS HOMICIDE Guilty plea is expected in stabbing death of girl

The other defendants are waiting for a judge to decide if police statements are admissible in court.


Asteroid poses threat to Earth -- in 878 years

Asteroid poses threat to Earth -- in 878 years WASHINGTON -- A new look at an asteroid orbiting


F.E. COPE MEET 35 teams to compete

Saturday's Ward meet in East Palestine will have competitors from 33 schools. SALEM -- Cleveland


YOUNGSTOWN Ethics official: Valley's changing

After getting help from outside agencies to root out corruption, the Valley's officials and


PREP ROUNDUP Lamport helps Poland gain split down south

The junior pitcher tossed a three-hitter in a win over Greenville. SUMMERVILLE, S.C. -- The Poland


CAMPAIGN 2002 Saying experience matters, Hagan backs Sawyer in race

The congressman is 'head over heels' more qualified to serve in Congress than any of his opponents,


WARREN Building official hasn'tfulfilled residency rule

A union official says the city selectively enforces residency. By PEGGY SINKOVICH and AMANDA C.


PREP SPORTS AT A GLANCE

BASEBALL SOUTH RANGE 8, MENTOR LAKE CATH. 7 South Range0501200--8 Mentor Lake0122020--7 Jason


GREEN LIGHT FOR ABUSE

Opinion: San Francisco Chronicle: The U.S. Supreme Court did all Americans a disservice last week by ruling


One law for the elite, another for everyone else

Opinion: One law for the elite, another for everyone else EDITOR: I read the article in your newspaper


"The challenge is to make the difficult choices. It's up to you to create the expectation of having

"The challenge is to make the difficult choices. It's up to you to create the expectation of having


THE SHOWS | Summer concerts in Pittsburgh

POST-GAZETTE PAVILION May 11: Fake Fest 2002: Another Tribute to Rock's Legends featuring Atomic


TRAFICANT ON TRIAL Rep questions three more witnesses

The congressman said if he defies the judge's order, it won't be the first time. By PATRICIA MEADE