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TRAFICANT CASE Where will rep get $96,000 for forfeiture?

The congressman said he would appeal the conviction because he thinks the judge mishandled the case.


Where will rep get $96,000?

The congressman said he would appeal the conviction because he thinks the judge mishandled the case.


Dengler-Crish wedding plans are announced

MINERAL RIDGE -- Announced by Victor Kaminski and Linda Crish-Kaminski, 1809 County Line Road, is


TRUMBULL COUNTY Official balks at action by OEPA on sewer lines

Three of the six homes not tied to the sewer line are vacant. By STEPHEN SIFF VINDICATOR


Some object to choice for police chief

The head of a minority coalition said the mayor ignored their recommendation. By JoANNE VIVIANO


July wedding set by Jennifer Nagy, Aaron Dorazio

POLAND -- Plans for their summer wedding are being announced by Jennifer June Nagy, 444 Park Ave.,


"Most of the representatives I know are dedicated, hard-working and committed to their

"Most of the representatives I know are dedicated, hard-working and committed to their


Campbell City Council will have a caucus at 5 p.m. today at city hall, 351 Tenney Ave., to discuss

Campbell City Council will have a caucus at 5 p.m. today at city hall, 351 Tenney Ave., to discuss


YSU defense shines in scrimmage

xx xxxx xxxx By PETE MOLLICA VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF YOUNGSTOWN -- If Friday's Red and


WINNERS | Eagle of the Cross

Maria Beatty, Immaculate Conception, Wellsville, a junior at Wellsville High School. Adam Buzzacco,


PRIMARY ELECTION Evaluation, endorsements

The Citizens' League of Greater Youngstown has rated these candidates either "superior" or


Bond set at $1 million in murder at city bar

The man hid from authorities for nearly four months. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR COURTHOUSE


YOUNGSTOWN Buyer of LTV Steel plans to hire 2,000 employees

By DON SHILLING VINDICATOR BUSINESS EDITOR YOUNGSTOWN -- The company that has acquired LTV Steel


STRUTHERS Butcher has no beef with his age

Toriello & amp; Son was known for its meats, especially the dry sausage made from a secret


Butcher has no beef with his age

Toriello & amp; Son was known for its meats, especially the dry sausage made from a secret


PREP BASEBALL Boardman rolls to 14-4 victory

The Spartans improved to 4-0 with the win over Chaney. By GREG GULAS VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT


MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

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Boardman native to join others in benefit concert

Goodwill has become a family thing for the Scacchettis. LIBERTY -- The fingers of the young


PREP TRACK & amp; FIELD Greenamyer wins one for his great-grandma

Jason Greenamyer still was not pleased with his distance in the long jump. By JOE SCALZO


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Curtiss A. Jackson, 34, of 803 Canfield Road, Youngstown, and


Sentenced in assault

Sentenced in assault YOUNGSTOWN -- A 23-year-old West Side man has been ordered to serve 60 days


LAW DIRECTOR

LAW DIRECTOR John A. McNally IV On Friday, Mayor George M. McKelvey named John A. McNally IV


& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;BEERY & lt;/B & gt;, Ted,

& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;BEERY & lt;/B & gt;, Ted, 79, of Salem; no calling


LEETONIA Builders seek sidewalk variance

A township man wants to build condominiums east of the stadium. LEETONIA -- A Salem Township man


Hearing set for suspect in Columbiana Co. shooting

LISBON -- An April 22 preliminary hearing date is set for a Center Township woman charged in the


Sheet & amp; Tube effort led way for buyout concept, expert says

The employee-ownership plan didn't work with Sheet & amp; Tube, but publicity helped promote


Salem board mulls building bus garage

The board would save about $25,000 annually through the plan, the treasurer says. By NORMAN LEIGH


PREP VOLLEYBALL Spartan senior grows up, looks forward to future

Mara Capraruolo will play at the University of Akron. By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF


Miss Jamieson Michael Christoff to be married

HUBBARD -- Matthew and Michelle Jamieson, 1630 Cullinan Ave. S.E., are announcing the engagement of


Marie C. Pesa to be bride of R.L. Pekkanen

BOARDMAN --Announcing plans for their upcoming wedding are Marie Christine Pesa and Richard Lee


Diocese to present Eagle Award

YOUNGSTOWN -- The Office of Youth and Young Adult Ministry of the Catholic Diocese of Youngstown


YOUNGSTOWN Bond set at $1 million in murder at city bar

The man hid from authorities for nearly four months. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR COURTHOUSE


YOUNGSTOWN POLICE Some object to choice for chief

The head of a minority coalition said the mayor ignored their recommendation. By JoANNE VIVIANO


Trumbull prevails in game for Bubba

Trumbull prevails in game for Bubba David Soda of Niles scored 18 points to lead Trumbull County


State's worsening economy demands a bipartisan effort

Opinion: While it should come as no surprise that Gov. Bob Taft's chief opponent in this year's gubernatorial


Bush reveals priorities in his new position

By JoANNE VIVIANO VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- Robert Bush Jr. remembers the days when


Pastor recognition

Pastor recognition YOUNGSTOWN -- Everlife Worship Center's fourth annual banquet honoring its


Political forum

Political forum YOUNGSTOWN -- The Community Mobilization Committee will sponsor a political forum


Most in Congress are hard-working, rep tells Rotarians Rotarians

The Traficant case didn't generate as much interest as the Gary Condit case did in Washington. By


WEST MIDDLESEX, PA. Company to pay for fuel cleanup

The truck left a fuel trail 3 or 4 feet wide for about 5 miles. By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR SHARON


Chavez' chicken comes home to roost

Opinion: Usually, a military coup spells disaster for a nation, but in Venezuela the courage exhibited by the


CLUB CALENDAR

AUXILIARIES XDonald Lockett Post 6488 Auxiliary, 2065 Coitsville-Hubbard Road, will meet at 4 p.m.


Nisbet-Siroki wedding date is set for June 22

WARREN -- The engagement of Nicole Nisbet and Kevin Grant Siroki, both of 18th Street, Belize City,


Rising Star Baptist Church sponsoring two events

Rising Star Baptist Church sponsoring two events YOUNGSTOWN -- Rising Star Baptist Church is


YOUNGSTOWN As a healthy hobby, fencing has become a family affair

The demonstration was to show that exercise and diet are critical in promoting good health.


SALEM SCHOOLS Board mulls building a district bus garage

The board would save about $25,000 annually through the plan, the treasurer says. By NORMAN LEIGH


Forum Health Northside

Forum Health Northside Tieasha Lilly and Chris Johnson, 3459 Kiwatha, Youngstown, girl, April 12.


Dickey-Wilding engagement is announced

BROOKFIELD -- Bill and Pam Dickey of Brookfield are announcing the forthcoming marriage of their


PREP SPORTS AT A GLANCE

BASEBALL LINESCORES BOARDMAN 14, CHANEY 4 Chaney00202--453 Boardman36302--14151 Charlie


White wins defensive struggle

Stewart has seen limited practice time this spring because of a heavy class schedule, but it didn't


MAHONING COUNTY Paving projects set to go for summer

The paving will be done with revenue from a 0.5-percent county sales tax. By BOB JACKSON


YSU

YSU Baseball team postpones game DETROIT, Mich. -- Due to unplayable field conditions, the


AKRON CONFERENCE Brainard workers offer advice on plant ownership

Profit-sharing checks inspire workers at an employee-owned Girard plant to watch out for waste.


'Nationality Day' honors cultural differences

The event has been ongoing for several years. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


Paving projects set to go for summer

The paving will be done with revenue from a 0.5-percent county sales tax. By BOB JACKSON


WARREN Driver found guilty in death of his friend

The defendant wiped tears from his face as he left the courtroom. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR


ICL SOFTBALL Berger's one-hitter tames Tigers

Mikah Berger's pitching paved the way to Western Reserve's win over Springfield. By JOHN KOVACH