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Stories published August 3, 2002
POLAND -- Township police said they have arrested a Campbell man they believe is responsible for a
The Democratic candidate is willing to debate but will not commit to 15 events. By DAVID SKOLNICK
The goal is to find patterns of medical errors and devise programs to prevent them in the future.
Three-peat East Palestine's Alexandra Casi captured her third straight title in the girls 16-18
LOWELLVILLE -- The board of education recently authorized temporary appropriations for the 2002-2003
Who: Scrappers (25-19) at Jamestown Jammers (20-22). When: 7:05. Radio: WNIO-AM (1390).
First Presbyterian Church, 890 Church Hill Road, Girard. Theme: Easter in the Summer. When: 9 a.m.
JOPLIN, Mo. -- The Canfield 11-12-year-old fast pitch softball team improved to 5-0 in the Central
HUBBARD -- St. Lucia in the Virgin Islands was the honeymoon destination of Mathew James Prezioso
For some area foster children, it was their first night in a hotel. By ROSA MERCADO VINDICATOR
The Penguins open the season Aug. 29 at the Florida Atlantic Tournament. SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR
Pennsylvania has found 36 infected birds so far this year. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR NEW CASTLE
The Columbiana County Fair continues this weekend at the fairgrounds in Lisbon. Gate admission is
Former YSU player dies after fall Chad Vogt, 29, a former All-American quarterback at Slippery
Girls tried to kill kidnapper, victim says BAKERSFIELD, Calif. -- Two teenage girls tried to kill
Charges dismissed YOUNGSTOWN -- A municipal court judge dismissed two charges of child endangering
Services include counseling, life skills training, computer literacy and parenting programs.
Opinion: For an investment of $35 million, the Mahoning Valley would receive $65 million from the federal
Alexandra Casi of East Palestine fired a 74 to repeat as low scorer overall while winning her third
Who: Indians (J.Wright 0-1) at Mariners (Garcia 11-7). When: 4:05 p.m. Radio/TV: WKBN-AM (570),
The safe streets commission would address community concerns. WARREN -- City council will meet in
The company said it is continuing to operate its facilities and to service customers. By CYNTHIA
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The state investigator will submit his report Monday. TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF
AUSTINTOWN July 22 Breaking and entering; A fenced-in lot was entered at the Carpet Shop, 195 S.
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Announcement is being made of the engagement of Jamie Lynn Charbeneau of Clinton Township, Mich.,
A hearing has been set for 10 a.m. Monday. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF WARREN
Annual picnic Sunday LORDSTOWN -- The area's Italian community from Montaguto, Italy, will
Opinion: Forgetting an infant in a car on a scorchingly hot day isn't a mistake or an oversight, it's a
h33rd anniversary YOUNGSTOWN -- Elizabeth Missionary Baptist Church will celebrate the 33rd
The fund-raiser helps 4-H stay afloat. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU LISBON -- Some
MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses KolidakisPantelis, 29, of 45 Woodland Ave., Campbell, and
The park in the city's 2nd Ward has become a magnet for vandals, officials said. By DENISE DICK
MASURY -- A December wedding is planned by Jessica Leah Young and Daniel Paul Davis, both of Masury.
The head of Ohio's latest statewide cyber school said developing the programs is time-consuming.
McDonald's sponsors gospel choir event YOUNGSTOWN -- The local competition of the McDonald's
The neighborhood was selected for help because it has suffered through deterioration and a drug
Forum Health Northside Latoya Martin, 740 Parkview Ave., Youngstown, boy, Aug. 2. Raquel Reyes,
Fair Manager Terri Hunter said fair attendance was 6,185 Thursday and 7,327 Wednesday. These results
DORA RAMOS VICTOR KLIMKO YOUNGSTOWN -- Dora M. Ramos and Victor K. Klimko were married at 2:30
CLUBS XWelcome Wagon Club of Canfield will hold it's annual August social at 6 p.m. Aug. 20 at 32
LOCAL Caparanis honored YOUNGSTOWN -- The Northeast District Athletic Board of the Ohio High
One big race could pump $100 million into the local economy, a consultant says. By STEPHEN SIFF
One of the advantages of growing up on Youngstown's East Side was the opportunity I had to establish