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Stories published August 1, 2002
Environmental regulators say the allegation is based on smokestack-emissions testing performed in
EDINBURG -- The Howland Lady Tigers 9-10-year-old fastpitch softball team won the Ohio Girls
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Defense attorneys said their client did not know the men shooting at his vehicle were cops. By
"I think it's something worth exploring. I think the opportunities are substantial. I support the
The former coach contends he learned of his dismissal in a local newspaper. NEW CASTLE, Pa. --
LISBON -- A Democrat Candidates Night is set for 7 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. Friday at the Columbiana County
The lawyer has until Tuesday to explain what happened. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME
I just had a great thought -- what if former Congressman Traficant and Martha Stewart could both be
About 107 former Phar-Mor pharmacy employees are already working at Giant Eagle stores. By CYNTHIA
The engagement of Elizabeth Ann Brown, 21215 Mastick Road, Fairview Park, and Dr. William Sweeney
CANFIELD -- A Village Boulevard teen accused of approaching police with a knife that looks like a
More than 36 animals were found on the property. ENON VALLEY, Pa. -- An Enon Valley woman faces 22
Greater Mount Calvary Baptist Church, 467 Cohasset Drive, Youngstown, 12:30 p.m. Friday. Food and clothing. Bring containers and identification.
Food and clothing distribution notices are to be submitted by 3 p.m. the day before they are to be
Third in a series on the 2002 Hall of Fame inductees.
The panel also approved an agreement to sell used items on the Internet. WARREN -- Trumbull County
No sales tax or county general fund money will be used to pay for the new courthouse. By NORMAN
NEW BRIGHTON, Pa. (AP) -- There haven't been any vegetarian piranhas spotted this summer, but
Several people recently appeared before Judge David D'Apolito in Mahoning County Court in
NOTICES BASEBALL Independent baseball team -- looking for players ages 14-17 to play in late
The money is left over from last year's allocation for capital improvements. By BOB JACKSON
A walking trail and restrooms are major components of the project. By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR
Who: Aberdeen Ironbirds (16-26) at Scrappers (23-19). When: 7:05. Radio: WNIO-AM (1390).
The coming marriage of Dr. Jeana Wright and Dr. Scott Voorhies is being announced by their parents,
The dredging cost isn't as formidable as it sounds, the CASTLO director said. By PETER H. MILLIKEN
The company has resumed its aggressive growth strategy, with plans to open 12 stores this year.
A woman was charged with engaging in sex acts with an inmate under her authority. YOUNGSTOWN -- A
GIRARD -- Police are investigating the Wednesday night shooting death of a woman in her home.
No arrests have been made. BOARDMAN -- Police are investigating a report of a rape last week of a
The reception honoring of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mazzarino of Struthers was held at Antone's Banquet
LOCAL Barrett event to preview season BOARDMAN -- The Boardman Lions Club will present the 34th
The Columbiana County Fair is this week at the fairgrounds in Lisbon. Gate admission is $5, with
By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU LISBON -- With temperatures in the 90s and a bright sun
Opinion: Youngstowners aren't Belmont Ave.'s problem EDITOR: Former Mayor Pat Ungaro's remarks about
Move up: Left-handed pitcher Carl Sadler, who pitched with the Scrappers in 1999-2000, made his
YOUNGSTOWN -- Claire and Joseph Cortese of Youngstown are announcing plans for the summer wedding of
He homered and tripled as the Scrappers toppled Aberdeen 5-1 at Cafaro Field. By BILL SULLIVAN
The lawsuit also named as a defendant a company the hospital used to provide emergency room
The proposed sewer rate increases are in addition to increases adopted earlier this year. By PETER
The inmate will face old charges in municipal court. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME REPORTER
Opinion: A man of some of the people, some of the time EDITOR: In the July 31 Vindicator, a letter writer
Niles man charged with selling marijuana NILES -- A West Park Avenue man was to appear this
Adult businesses won't be allowed on U.S. Route 224 or Market Street. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR.
1Army Staff Sgt. Frank Ronghi of Niles is sentenced by a military court to life in prison without
Home Savings gives $20,000 to food bank YOUNGSTOWN -- Second Harvest Foodbank is the recipient of
Opinion: Two vicious hitmen were getting away with murder from the mid-1960s to the late-1980s in Boston --
Opinion: Some tips on how not to respond to a house fire EDITOR: Let me start out by saying that I am
EASTON, Conn. -- J. Patrick and Judy McCarty, 135 Far Horizons Drive, announce the engagement of
The Lordstown plant manager urged the teenagers to 'diversify.' By ROSA MERCADO VINDICATOR STAFF
NILES -- Plans for the forthcoming marriage of Juliann Byrom and Wayne Hickman, both of 111
A Columbus lawyer filed an appeal seeking Traficant's release on bond. By PATRICIA MEADE
The defendants had both worked at the Austintown restaurant they robbed. By BOB JACKSON
Opinion: Missing 'welcome' signs EDITOR: What has happened to the hospitality of our merchants on
Bruce and Kathy (Ragan) Folkerth of Athens, Ga., are announcing the birth of their second child, a
New Salem principal SALEM -- The city school board named Judy Colbert of Austintown new principal
Twins and multiples are asked to register so they can be included in the official attendance count.
Opinion: Reading the wire report on Pope John Paul II's visit Wednesday to Mexico City, it is clear that
HOGS Grand champion: Josh Bardo. Reserve champion: Max Sharp. 220-225 pounds: Joel Smith, first;
Top scorer becomes YSU's new assistant Dorothy Collins, who is Youngstown State University's all-
By ROSA MERCADO VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- Sue Brandenstein can remember a time when
The Vindicator asked hundreds of its News Contacts to give their thoughts on the length of the
Lakeview Board of Education, special session, 7 a.m., in the superintendent's office in the high
St. Elizabeth Veronica Benavidez and Shawn Cortez, 7030 Ruby Court, Youngstown, boy, July 31.
Opinion: Chicago Tribune: Imagine a population in which nine of every 10 people who tested positive for HIV,
Armed robbery BOARDMAN -- Township police are investigating an armed robbery that took place at 2
MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses William E. McCaughtry Jr., 38, of 511 W. Wood St.,
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