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Traficant is moved; suit seeks election

Traficant is moved; suit seeks election AKRON -- James A. Traficant Jr. was moved this morning


BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Jose and Della Martinez, 924 Wabash Ave., Youngstown, boy, Aug. 3.

ONE ON ONE | John Beilhart III Leetonia beekeeper proves he's very hive-minded

OK, let's get this one out of the way first. Why bees? Honey bees are just kind of fascinating

COLUMBIANA CORNER The ups and downs of the county fair

Visitors of all ages wandered the grounds of the Columbiana County Fair in Lisbon last week, with

Increases in city utility rates should be explained in full

Opinion: Even though the proposed increases in the sewer and water rates and the garbage collection fees in

SANDLOTS Canfield halted by perfect game in regional final

Angela Gillis hurled South Bend (Ind.) East Side to a 2-0 win. By CODY THORN VINDICATOR

There's no single answer for controlling pain

Opinion: There's no single answer for controlling pain EDITOR: It was disturbing to read a July 28

& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;BLAIR, & lt;/B & gt;Merle

& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;BLAIR, & lt;/B & gt;Merle L., 70, of Brookfield;


KEEPING KIDS SAFE Helpful tips The National Center for Missing & amp; Exploited Children

LAWRENCE COUNTY Voters will decide on new council

The treasurer and sheriff's positions would become appointed. NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Voters will

Potential for scandal exceeds wildest Olympic dreams

Opinion: Every two years -- it used to be every four years, but the Olympics became such a big business that

YSU Officials say enrollment for fall is up, despite the threat of strikes

YSU trustees meet this afternoon to get updated on contract negotiations. By RON COLE VINDICATOR


Who: Texans vs. Giants What: Hall of Fame Game When: 8 TV: WYTV-TV (33)

Youth-services agency gets $10,000 grant

-NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Cray Youth and Family Services in New Castle has been awarded at $10,000 grant

AUSTINTOWN Man faces charges in slashing

AUSTINTOWN -- A Compass West man accused of slashing the finger of his children's grandmother was to

with John Beilhart III

with John Beilhart III Age: 46 Hometown: Leetonia Occupation: Owner/operator J.F. Bee's Honey

SALEM HIGH SCHOOL Fitness training course to start

The course will provide a sound foundation for post-high school study, educators say. By NORMAN


SATURDAY'S GAMES American League Baltimore 8, Toronto 4 Seattle 12, Cleveland 4 Oakland 8,

ACLU wants election

ACLU wants election COLUMBUS -- The American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio Foundation said it

Power plant hearing Thursday

An air permit is one of several approvals being sought by the company. By NORMAN LEIGH

COLUMBIANA CO. Salem man critical in shooting; police say accident was a freak

Authorities have ruled out a suicide attempt. LISBON -- A 23-year-old Salem man apparently didn't


Events in Patrick Burton's nearly three-year quest for a zone change to open a barber shop: Early


AGENDA TUESDAY Poland Village council, 7 p.m. caucus; 7:30 meeting; town hall, 308 S. Main St.

CHAMPION Robbery suspect tips off police

The woman was charged with aggravated robbery and is being held in the county jail. By PEGGY

The unkindest cut: Panel quashes dream of salon

The aspiring business owner should have persuaded the neighbors early on, the councilman said. By


NFL PRESEASON Favorite Points Underdog Hall of Fame Game, Canton Ny Giants 3 Houston

Officials say enrollment for fall is up, despite threat of strikes

YSU trustees meet this afternoon to get updated on contract negotiations. By RON COLE VINDICATOR

YOUNGSTOWN Diocese settles suit with family

Joe Lantz said his family is finally getting some satisfaction in the matter of a cemetery mix-up.

Five dead, one wounded in shooting in Dallas

Five dead, one wounded in shooting in Dallas DALLAS -- Five people, including a mother and her

6th--Lucky Frenchy (J.Magrell)9.003.402.10

6th--Lucky Frenchy (J.Magrell)9.003.402.10 Boathouse Symphony (S.Spieth)3.202.10 Clark's Shadow

CRIME STOPPERS Greater Youngstown

A home invasion is the focus of Crime Stoppers of Greater Youngstown this week: Crime: The June 25

Amnesty seeks help

Amnesty seeks help YOUNGSTOWN -- Amnesty International, a human rights organization, is seeking a


Opinion: The Egyptian Gazette, Cairo, July 30: Although denying that military action against Iraq is

NEW YORK-PENN Scrappers' win streak snapped

Jamestown ended Mahoning Valley's six-game win streak, 2-0. JAMESTOWN, N.Y. -- The streak is over.

YOUNGSTOWN To relieve crowding at county jail, sheriff wants federal inmates out

The county bills the federal government nearly $70 a day for each federal inmate. By BOB JACKSON



TRUMBULL COUNTY Client has nothing but praise for children services agency

Just more than 3,000 families were provided services last year, up only slightly from the year

Teens refuse to stop, lead police on chase

Teens refuse to stop, lead police on chase SALEM -- Three teens face criminal charges after a

REGION Officials remind parents and kids of ways to prevent abductions

By JoANNE VIVIANO VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- The faces stare off the computer screen.

WEATHERSFIELD 6-mile-long sewer cuts way through Hilltop neighborhood

Homeowners can expect to see higher water bills when the sewer charge is added. By TIM YOVICH