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Stories published August 8, 2002

Official: Traficant could take oath of office in prison

The government will file liens next week to begin collecting nearly $250,000. By PATRICIA MEADE


BOARDMAN Club gives kids a swing at golf

The club's founder wants to put golf clubs in the hands of youngsters who would not otherwise learn


WEST FARMINGTON Man on quad escapes authorities

When the man saw the officers coming, out a basement window he went. By PEGGY SINKOVICH


COLUMBIANA Board plans to put levy on ballot

One board member said $1 million in cuts could include athletics and high school busing. By NANCY


LEETONIA Officials set open house for building

School officials want district residents to see what they're paying for. LEETONIA -- The doors of


GETTING IT RIGHT

GETTING IT RIGHT Open house at the Hubbard Public Library will be from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, not as


HUBBARD Data clerk helps to get police reports in order

Training the police data clerk has helped solve the computerization problem, the safety-service


We need schedules

We need schedules The Vindicator sports department needs fall schedules from the following


OUT-OF-TOWN BIRTHS

XTony and Leslie Hudock of Canfield are announcing the birth of quintuplets July 30 at University


& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;BARLETTA & lt;/B & gt;,

& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;BARLETTA & lt;/B & gt;, Nellie Sacco, 91, of New


Business agent accused of stealing union money

PITTSBURGH, Pa. -- John L. Dorrier Jr. of Butler has been indicted in federal court on charges of


BIRTHS

BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Jeffrey and Colleen Shaughnessy, 4113 Burkey Road, Youngstown, boy, Aug. 7.


Suspect's mom gets subpoena to testify in murder case

YOUNGSTOWN -- The mother of a murder suspect has been issued a grand jury subpoena in the case


COLUMBIANA COUNTY Fair evaluation: 'nice, average'

LISBON -- Hazy, hot, humid fair days kept some people away from the Columbiana County Fair last


Gathering of Irish clans

Gathering of Irish clans YOUNGSTOWN -- The sixth annual "Gathering of the Irish Clans" will take


Safety forces petition for tax

The city has committed to recalling all laid off police and firefighters in November if the tax


NEW WILMINGTON Town gets ready for casting call

No one will be permitted to camp out the night before the casting call. By LAURE CIOFFI


Miss Chompoo, Shawn McElravy are engaged

Announcement is being made of the engagement of Kanchita Chompoo, 2020 Monroe St., Salem, and Sgt.


Annual Water Test for dogs to be held at Pymatuning

JAMESTOWN, Pa. -- The Penn-Ohio Newfoundland Club Inc. will hold its 14th annual Water Test at the


TRUMBULL COUNTY Officials raise questions over lack of bidding

One commissioner said he was in favor of bidding out food service, but it never was. By PEGGY


LAWRENCE COUNTY COG members set forum to explain forming council

The regional code enforcement should begin later this year. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR NEW


COLUMBIANA COUNTY Funds approved for sheriff's department

The decision enables the county to duck a virtual shutdown of the department later this month. By


Sewage disposal plan approved

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Neshannock Township supervisors have approved a sewage disposal plan for a motel


AREA

AREA Jolly Joe's routs Brooklyn JOHNSTOWN, Pa. -- Jolly Joe's of the Youngstown Class AA League


RESULTS | Taking home ribbons

COMBINE DEMOLITION DERBY Best of Show: Nick Cresanto of New Waterford First: Joe McKarns of


SHARON SPEEDWAY Racers nearing season's finish line

Drivers have two races left to move up in the point standings. VINDICATOR STAFF REPORT HARTFORD


Town gets ready for casting call

No one will be permitted to camp out the night before the casting call. By LAURE CIOFFI


Trumbull Co. electric issue to be on ballot

Township electricity users will automatically be switched to the electric company picked by the


Pope fulfills his mission by continuing to serve

Opinion: Pope fulfills his mission by continuing to serve EDITOR: I write this letter in response to


NEW WILMINGTON Town prepares for casting call

No one will be permitted to camp out the night before the casting call. By LAURE CIOFFI


Construction plan

Construction plan AUSTINTOWN -- Township trustees have scheduled a special meeting for 6 tonight


Parents of twins thank God, doctors

Parents of twins thank God, doctors LOS ANGELES -- The parents of twins who were once joined at


HUBBARD TWP. Petitions ask for sanitary sewers

The county health department has received more complaints of sewage in ditches. By TIM YOVICH


LAWRENCE COUNTY West Nile virus in 2nd dead bird

State officials have found the virus in 64 dead birds this year. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR NEW


MAHONING COUNTY With a touch, vote to be cast

The new equipment will be used across the entire county in November. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR


COLUMBIANA COUNTY

COLUMBIANA COUNTY Divorces asked Billie Coe, 8851 Lowmiller Road, Minerva, vs. Judith Coe, 506


MAHONING CO. With a touch, vote to be cast

The new equipment will be used across the entire county in November. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR


Alligators all around

Opinion: Angling in Pennsylvania's Beaver River is supposed to yield conventional American fish, but lately,


CAL THOMAS For Al Gore: a question of ethics

Opinion: Former Vice President Al Gore has finally gotten around to questioning presidential ethics.


Attempted abduction

Attempted abduction NILES -- Three juveniles reported an attempted abduction. They told police


Keri Ciminero, Mr. Grim to wed in autumn rite

CORTLAND -- Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Ciminero, 53 Spring Creek, announce the engagement of their


Glunt-Patton troth announced, wedding planned

AUSTINTOWN -- Announced by Thomas and Marjorie Glunt, 251 S. Roanoke Ave., is the engagement of


YOUNGSTOWN Safety crews petition for tax

The city has committed to recalling all laid off police and firefighters in November if the tax


Pryjma-McConahy engagement is made known

STRUTHERS -- Walt and Sandra Pryjma, 326 Poland Ave., are announcing the engagement of their


DIANE MAKAR MURPHY From the ghostly to the concrete, dog takes it all in

Monday saw a late-afternoon storm that floated a big cloud in front of the sun and squeezed the


REGION

REGION Litehouse Pools to relocate store BOARDMAN -- Litehouse Pools, Spas & amp; More is


Car hits 2, killing man

Car hits 2, killing man MERCER, Pa. -- One man was killed and another injured when they were


TRUMBULL COUNTY Panel: Increase lot size

A public hearing on the proposed regulations will be at 9 a.m. Sept. 10. By STEPHEN SIFF


Penguins' veterans ready for action

The team will hold fitness testing today at Stambaugh Stadium. By PETE MOLLICA VINDICATOR SPORTS


Eastwood directs with style

A detective comes out of retirement to find the killer of the woman whose heart the retired cop