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Stories published April 15, 2002

Fatal Greenville crash

Fatal Greenville crash GREENVILLE, Pa. -- Gary L. Riley, 47, of Vosler School Road died after


Austin, Whitaker in 10-round draw

Youngstown's Roland Commings earned a technical draw after getting cut by a head butt. By BOB ROTH


COLUMBIANA CORNER Shootings strain agencies

Last week was a long one for Columbiana County deputy sheriffs and prosecutors. It started April


Taking applications for council president

Taking applications for council president YOUNGSTOWN -- Candidates to fill the vacancy for city


Fellows Riverside Gardens chosen for Green-Hutira wedding in July

McDONALD -- Announced by David and Mildred Green, 1125 Illinois Ave., is the engagement of their


TCTC School prepares for more students

The technical school offers 38 programs of study covering several areas. By DENISE DICK


Smith-Akers wedding is set for late July

YOUNGSTOWN -- The engagement of Kristine Smith and Thomas A. Akers Jr., both of Laramie, Wyo., is


Marye Marciella, John MacFarland are engaged

The engagement of Marye A. Marciella and John A. MacFarland, both of 7430 Becky Court, Boardman, is


GREENVILLE Cleaners burns; firefighter is injured

A train delayed firefighters rushing to the blaze. By LAURI GALENTINE VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT


Pash-McElhaney wedding to be at St. Columba

POLAND -- Ruth Pash of Red Maple Lane is announcing the engagement of her daughter, Elizabeth Pash,


NFL DRAFT ORDER First round

1. Houston 2. Carolina 3. Detroit 4. Buffalo 5. San Diego 6. Dallas 7. Minnesota 8.


SCHEDULE

SCHEDULE TODAY BASEBALL Wilson vs. Youngstown Christian, Pemberton/Donnell Park, 4:30 p.m.


Forum Health Northside

Forum Health Northside Rachel DeMichael, 7556 Buchanan Drive, Boardman, girl, April 12. Mark and


BOXING Samoan Tua wins in ninth round

Undefeated NABF champ Fres Oquendo was knocked out at The Harv. By BOB ROTH VINDICATOR


Walk to call attention to health system

COLUMBIANA -- Dr. David Vitko, a chiropractor, is taking his plan for improved health care to


St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Michael and Melissa Dicioccio, 943 S. Schenley, Youngstown, girl, April 9. Thomas


Cleanup and barbecue set at Upton House

Cleanup and barbecue set at Upton House WARREN -- The Harriet Taylor Upton Association will have


End doesn't justify the means

Opinion: In the wake of the attacks of Sept. 11, President Bush said that one of the things the terrorists


MAHONING COUNTY Court asks help with case backlog

Officials say some 200 new asbestos cases could be filed within the next year. By BOB JACKSON


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House fire kills man, prompts arson probe

YOUNGSTOWN -- A house fire Sunday afternoon at 14 Tod Lane killed John Chacon, 42, according to


BROOKFIELD Brave girl, 5, saves her grandma

The girl was being driven to preschool when the trip took a wrong turn. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR


Davis-Lofton wedding plans are announced

KINSMAN -- Announced by the Rev. and Mrs. Gregory Davis, 10152 state Route 7, is the engagement of


Dropping off items

Dropping off items COITSVILLE -- Township residents may drop off used appliances Saturday through


Lisbon woman fights off intruder

LISBON -- The Columbiana County Sheriff's Department is looking for a man who entered the home of a


The Community Mobilization Committee will sponsor a political forum at 6:30 p.m. April 22 at

The Community Mobilization Committee will sponsor a political forum at 6:30 p.m. April 22 at


BROOKFIELD Wholly Crap owner cleans up

The business is based on similar ventures elsewhere. By STEPHEN SIFF VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


STOCK, DIVIDENDBIDASKED

STOCK, DIVIDENDBIDASKED Avalon Holdings,2.852.94 Bank One,.84,41.7941.80 Clear Channel, 51.05


Don't sue parents of youth convicted as adults

Opinion: Don't sue parents of youth convicted as adults EDITOR: I am responding to Bob Jackson's recent


EAST PALESTINE Kids will be rolling in fun at skate-bike park

By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU EAST PALESTINE -- John Minerd is a happy man. His


Robin Thayer, Nick Roberts to marry July 27

SALEM -- Robert and Sally Thayer of 10674 W. Pine Lake Road are announcing the coming marriage of


Joanna Malmisur to be bride of Samuel Oliver

KENT -- Michael and Karen Malmisur, 527 Rellim Drive, announce the engagement of their daughter,


WORTH A LOOK

AUCTIONS XCardinal Mooney and Ursuline high schools will sponsor Operation Education benefit


Drinking takes a terrible toll on American youth

Opinion: The United States as well as its colleges and universities must do a far better job of dissuading


BASEBALL/SOFTBALL

BASEBALL/SOFTBALL Tri-T Baseball and Softball -- will hold its monthly meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m.


By D.A. WILKINSON

By D.A. WILKINSON VINDICATOR RELIGION EDITOR YOUNGSTOWN -- Stephen Hoy is involved in an


SKATE E

PECTATIONS: John Minerd, who opened Psycho Skates & amp; Cycles on North Market Street in East


Taking stock in school

By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER AT TIMES, ALEX BETRAS CAN SOUND like a seasoned Wall Street


AGENDA

AGENDA TUESDAY Youngstown Board of Education, special meeting, 5:30 p.m., board caucus room at


JORDAN

Opinion: The Jordan Times, Amman, April 7: U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell should bring a new approach


TRACK AND FIELD

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- Kurt Michaelis and Emily Schnitkey set school records in the 1,500-meter run in


MAHONING, SHENANGO VALLEYS Auto, homeowners insurance rates go up

Having a good credit rating is becoming a key factor in getting lower insurance rates. YOUNGSTOWN


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