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TRAFICANT CASE Expect year for appeal, prof says

The congressman has a lot of lawyers willing to help. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME


Parents announce Schoeni-Lesch engagement

SALEM -- John and Pamela Schoeni, 1940 S. Lincoln Ave., announce the engagement of their daughter,


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses James H. Sause, 39, of 78 Homestead, Boardman, and Kimberly A.


Board delays power plant site OK

SALEM -- It will be about another month before the Ohio Power Siting Board considers whether to


CRIME STOPPERS Greater Youngstown

A felony warrant for Shane A. Wells is the focus of Crime Stoppers of Greater Youngstown this week:


SALEM SCHOOLS Board fails to renew contract for teacher

The district hired a firm to build a new bus garage. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU


WARREN Man gets jail in semen assaults

The judge said he couldn't understand the man's actions. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


TORCH AWARDS Winners, runners-up

The Better Business Bureau of the Mahoning Valley recognized nine local businesses for ethics,


Pa. man is charged in theft, falsification

Pa. man is charged in theft, falsification LISBON -- A Pennsylvania man is in Columbiana County


MAHONING COUNTY With change in bylaws, Hanni won't seek position

Mark Hanni says his political movement is bigger than he is. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR


Sharon City school board delays building renovation plans

SHARON, Pa.-- Sharon City school directors aren't quite ready to commit themselves to a $7.6 million


AGENDA

AGENDA WEDNESDAY Mathews Board of Education, 7:30 p.m., second floor of Cortland Bank Building,


ATHLETIC TRAINING

ATHLETIC TRAINING Two-hour classes for speed training, jump stretch, power training and Bosu at


Parents announce Antjas and Ries engagement

The engagement of Kanto Antjas, 407 S. Main St., Marion, and Chad Ries, 135 Woodglen Ave., Niles, is


BOARDMAN Poland woman guilty in theft from employer

The victim agreed with the plea agreement. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


Kristen Kromer, Mathew Holland are engaged

NILES -- The engagement of Kristen Lee Kromer and Mathew James Holland is announced by her parents,


CURBSTONE COACHES Local boxing fixture Arroyo helping others

Former champion Harry Arroyo is involved in boxing ministry. By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR SPORTS


WARREN Brookfield man gets jail sentence in semen assaults

The judge said he couldn't understand the man's actions. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


GETTING IT RIGHT

GETTING IT RIGHT UFire destroyed an unattached garage at 506 Lafayette Ave. on Friday evening. The


TRUMBULL COUNTY Man faces jail in wreck that killed his friend

The Warren man said the victim was like a brother to him. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


NFL DRAFT Strong nucleus help to Steelers

The organization is not feeling a pressing need in this weekend's draft. By TOM WILLIAMS


YSU New dean at school of education

A former local schoolteacher and principal takes YSU's top education post. By RON COLE


WILMINGTON AREA DISTRICT 10 schoolteachers opt for retirement incentive

Ten teachers will be retiring by July 15. NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. -- Teachers retiring in the


Deputy director will take over

SHARON, Pa. -- Rosette C. Fisher, deputy director of the city's Community Development Department,


BEAUTY Q & amp; A

Q. We are about to renovate our bathroom. What kind of lighting is best for applying makeup? We have


Rebecca Shinholser, Mr. Mickholtzick to be married Dec. 27 in Florida

The engagement of Rebecca Shinholser, 85 S.E. 16th Ave., Gainesville, Fla., and Steven Mickholtzick,


MILL CREEK METROPARKS Panel OKs interim superintendent

Park commissioners hope to appoint a new superintendent by June 1. By PETER H. MILLIKEN


BUILDING TRUST IN AIRPORT SECURITY

Opinion: Chicago Tribune: Just about everyone who has flown on a commercial jet in the months since September


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Boxing's blight

Boxing's blight Harry Arroyo says boxing's biggest problem are the managers and trainers. Page C-.


Program helps relocated execs

Program helps relocated execs YOUNGSTOWN -- "Meet the Mahoning Valley" will be offered again by


MCDONALD SCHOOLS Board approves calendar for 2002-03

McDONALD -- The board of education approved a new school calendar Monday for the 2002-03 school


HERMITAGE SCHOOLS Board wants state to pay teacher pension increases

The fund increase will cost the district the equivalent of 1.2 mills of property tax next year. By


Rep airs grievances on radio

The House ethics committee warned the congressman not to vote. By DAVID SKOLNICK and PATRICIA


YSU

YSU Softball CANFIELD -- Melissa Benter of Butler pitched two complete games as the Bulldogs


WARREN Jury indicts man in murder attempt

Police said the man intended to kill his wife. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


NILES Plan calls for new schools

The district won't even be eligible for the funding for about 12 years, the superintendent said.


BASEBALL

BASEBALL Mount Union 8-11, Wilmington 6-0 Lock Haven 9-3, Slippery Rock 8-9 Grove City 7-13,


RECYCLING | Appliance collection

Mahoning County residents can get rid of large appliances that no longer function during an


HUBBARD City sees progress in its crackdown on junk cars

The city annexed Deer Creek Golf Course from Hubbard Township. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


LOWELLVILLE Damage to fox's brain prevents rabies testing

LOWELLVILLE -- The Mahoning County Board of Health won't be able to test a fox suspected of being


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GM Lordstown to add overtime shifts

LORDSTOWN -- The General Motors' Lordstown Assembly Plant is adding overtime shifts because of


BIRTHS

BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Chad and Lyndsay Blakeman, 12085 South Ave., North Lima, girl, April 11.


FREE FOR FILING: Patty McQuillan, an accountant from Poland, takes advantage of a free massage from

FREE FOR FILING: Patty McQuillan, an accountant from Poland, takes advantage of a free massage from


NEW CASTLE InfoCision telemarketing moves into downtown office

A welcoming ceremony is set for this afternoon. NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Akron-based InfoCision is


MONDAY'S RESULTS

MONDAY'S RESULTS BASEBALL LINESCORES MINERAL RIDGE, 3, LOWELLVILLE 2 Lowellville0000001--233


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GIVE NEW EDUCATION BILL A CHANCE

Opinion: Dallas Morning News: So much for bipartisanship. It seems like only yesterday that Senate Democrats


hDowntown fire

hDowntown fire YOUNGSTOWN -- An underground transformer fire broke out about 8 a.m. today in


REUNIONS

XFowler School 94th alumni banquet will be held May 18 at the Neal Building in Fowler. A social hour


MAHONING VALLEY Agency recognizes area businesses with Torch Awards

One of last year's local Torch Award winners went on to win national recognition for its business


EZ come, EZ go -- to IRS

By MARALINE KUBIK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER Busy as bees buzzing around their hives, last-minute


PREP SOFTBALL Fitch works 10 innings for win

A key defensive play led the Falcons to their first victory this season. AUSTINTOWN -- Moments


In Salem, slur mars event designed to promote tolerance

The 13-year-old Hanna said Monday's episode demonstrated the need to talk about the hurt of hateful


KNOX TOWNSHIP SHOOTING Cops postpone questioning of suspect

An effort to talk to the suspect ended when he asked to see an attorney first. By NORMAN LEIGH


NILES Plan recommends demolition, then building of new schools

The district won't even be eligible for the funding for about 12 years, the superintendent said.


Rep stays away from the Capitol

The House ethics committee basically told the congressman not to vote. STAFF/WIRE REPORTS


DIANE MAKAR MURPHY Read any good books lately? Here's your chance

Author Stephen King said nothing smells as good as an old book. Maybe he should attend Westminster


AUSTINTOWN Tree planted at school in memory of pupil

By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER AUSTINTOWN -- Classmates of a 6-year-old girl who police say


NFL Strong nucleus help to Steelers

The organization is not feeling a pressing need in this weekend's draft. By TOM WILLIAMS


Man is injured in jump

Man is injured in jump LIBERTY -- A 40-year-old Youngstown man remains hospitalized after jumping


SALEM Slur mars tolerance event

The 13-year-old Hanna said Monday's episode in Salem demonstrated the need to talk about the hurt of


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