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MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Ronnie L. Price, 61, of 4332 Webster, Boardman, and Antoinette


Summary of police activity: March 23 Auto damage: Someone did $200 in damages to a vehicle

YOUNGSTOWN Zimbabwean works are art for children's sake

Proceeds from the art sales are split between a local children's organization and the Zimbabwe

Musical program

Musical program MERCER, Pa.-- The Mercer County Historical Society will offer "A Spring

YSU Donation represents sacred duty to save history

The first major contribution has been made to the local Sacred Landmark archive. By D.A. WILKINSON

YOUNGSTOWN COUNCIL Appointment proposal protested

Another council meeting on the ordinances is set for 5 p.m. Monday. By PETER H. MILLIKEN

Mangino, Minett assist investigation

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Matthew Mangino, Lawrence County district attorney, and Thomas Minett, assistant

SHARON Interest wanes in city program

People were interested in a loan that would be forgiven after five years but not in a loan they must

Veteran of WWII receives diploma

Esarco said he wouldn't change a thing concerning his decision to leave school. By JOHN W. GOODWIN

Up next: Closing arguments

The congressman said he didn't take the stand because the government didn't prove its case. By


Who: Pirates (Fogg 0-0) at Cubs (Clement 9-10). When: 2:20 p.m. Radio/TV: WKST-AM (1200), Fox

YOUNGSTOWN Bond denied for woman jailed in her son's death

Ohio law allows certain criminal defendants to be held without bond. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR

Drivers fume about rising gas prices

Area residents don't think gas prices will stop until they reach $2 a gallon. THE VINDICATOR,



FARRELL Company seeks state money from canceled office park plan

Kyle Klaric believes at least some of the $7 million in state funds targeted for economic

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YOUGSTOWN Man receives probation for assaulting ex-girlfriend

The 68-year-old man said he was simply protecting himself from a beating. By BOB JACKSON

Jennifer Oesch, Ren & eacute; Palacio are engaged

SALEM - Larry and Vicky Oesch, 550 Brittany Lane, are announcing the engagement of their daughter,

HOW THEY FARED Other local gymnasts

Class IV Zachary Leger, 11, Austintown: eighth on floor exercise, fifth on pommel horse and vault

Jennifer Corvino to be bride of John P. House

Jennifer Corvino and John P. House, both of 5522 Alabama Ave., Clarendon Hills, Ill., are engaged.

Resort expands resources

Mountaineer is growing into a multi-faceted and family-oriented resort. By JOHN KOVACH

Area women protest downtown for end to violence in Middle East

Demonstrations were delayed out of fear for members' safety. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR

GAO: Base closings saved $16.7 billion

GAO: Base closings saved $16.7 billion WASHINGTON -- Base closings have saved the military about

Parents announce Joseph-Malie engagement

The engagement of Nicole Yvonne Joseph, 2543 Laurelhurst Road, University Heights, and Paul Joseph

Kathleen Barsda, Tod Johnson set wedding date

Kathleen Barsda, a daughter of Ms. Judy Barsda, 227 Westminster Ave., Austintown, and Tod Johnson, a


RELIGIONS Contraception and abortion Dr. Daniel C. Maguire gives brief descriptions on his Web

Priests discuss changes in work

By BRAD KNICKERBOCKER CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR The Rev. Mike Fones has his hands full. He scans


ATHLETIC TRAINING Speed Training, Jump Stretch, Power Training and Bosu classes -- will begin at

NEW CASTLE Callier sets scoring record to lead Pa. past Ohio

The George Junior standout poured in 31 points for Western Pennsylvania. By BOB ROTH VINDICATOR

New home for Holmes

New home for Holmes Linebacker Earl Holmes signed a five-year contract with the Cleveland

LISBON Work set to begin on state Route 45 projects

Vehicles turning into and pulling out of area businesses were creating a traffic hazard. By

Struthers man arraigned on charges

CAMPBELL -- Richard V. Villanueva, 19, of 334 Woodbine, Struthers was released on a $50,000, 10

Michigan climbs aboard

Opinion: Six months ago it appeared that the state of Michigan was ready to be a Great Lakes renegade,

6TH DISTRICT D'Apolito undaunted by incumbent's cash

The Boardman attorney is concentrating his efforts in the congressional district's four upper

Parents announce Lyons-Ondreyka wedding plans

The engagement of Michelle S. Lyons and Brian M. Ondreyka, both of 2914 Old Village Way, Oldsmar,

Weather makes it tough for athletes to 'Cope' with

East Palestine senior Alex Casi won an individual title in the long jump. By JOE SCALZO


NORTHFIELD RESULTS FRIDAY 1st--Triumph Over(G Grismore)18.205.806.20 R C Charger(T

Forum Health Northside

Forum Health Northside James and Lena Stefanski, 444 7th St., Struthers, girl, April 5. Ibis Y.

YOUNGSTOWN Professor discusses religion, abortion

The educator said he teaches that abortion is reasonable. By D.A. WILKINSON VINDICATOR RELIGION

U.S. has less than a week to put together its peace plan

Opinion: Colin Powell faces a huge job when he arrives in Israel next week: Convince both sides that peace is


The Ferris brothers from Austintown eye national meet By MARK W. MILLER VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF

MOUNTAINEER Boxing title bout slated

Local boxers Roland Commings and Etianne Whitaker also are fighting on the card. By BOB ROTH

Survivor to speak

Survivor to speak HOWLAND -- Bill Vegh, a Jew who survived the Auschwitz concentration camp during

Retired pastor takes interim post

Retired pastor takes interim post CAMPBELL -- The Rev. Lonnie K.A. Simon, 77, became the interim

ERNIE BROWN JR. Funds sought to repair, maintain E. Side cemetery

Mount Hope cemetery sits at the intersection of Liberty Street and Wardle Avenue. It is the lone