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SUSAN REESE ROBERT PAVALKO II BOARDMAN -- Susan M. Reese, 1343 Fox Run Drive, became the bride of

Hlavac-Singer wedding planned for late summer

CANFIELD -- Announced by Stephen and Diane Hlavac, 19 Willow Way, are plans for the late-summer


HORSE SENSE Precautions Horse owners should take the following precautions against West Nile

YOUNGSTOWN SCHOOLS From priest to president of the teachers union

The new president said the union needs more young people to take active roles. By RON COLE

AUSTINTOWN Suspect arrested in slaying from 2000

The man is being held in Mahoning County Jail. AUSTINTOWN -- One year ago, Stella Moore asked


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Matthew J. Bezzarro, 21, of 4811 Westchester Drive No. 320,

Information on growing roses offered

WARREN -- The public is invited to view roses grown in a landscape setting and to receive literature


ELIZABETH HAAS THOMAS BACKUS III POLAND -- Poland Presbyterian Church was the setting at 3:30 p.m.

Ice Age find made on Calif. college campus

Ice Age find made on Calif. college campus LA MIRADA, Calif. -- Crews building a dormitory at a

A family miracle times 5

The Canfield quintuplets, each weighing less than 2 pounds, are in stable condition. By ROSA

Public invited to celebrate Pakistan Independence Day

YOUNGSTOWN -- The public is invited to a celebration of Pakistan Independence Day at 4 p.m. today at

JOHNNY APPLESEED FESTIVAL Reservations sought for variety of events

The 35th annual festival will be Sept. 27-29 at the fairgrounds. LISBON -- Runners, bakers,

Miss Codespote to be bride of Albert Bettikofer

CANFIELD -- Judy L. Codespote, 5420 Cloisters Drive, is announcing the engagement of her daughter,

PHAR-MOR CLOSING Shoppers get set to move on

One woman said she and her mother made a weekly shopping trip to Phar-Mor for years. By SHERRI L.

MAHONING VALLEY Federal agencies make 28-year plan

The plan includes descriptions of 160 local transportation projects. By IAN HILL VINDICATOR

Just tell them what they want to hear -- who'll know?

Opinion: The story of Dr. Steven J. Hatfill is not particularly reassuring. Hatfill is one of about 30

AREA SANDLOTS Poland in state title game today

Poland advanced by beating Hamilton, 10-6. CINCINNATI -- The Poland Little League baseball team of

WARREN Direct deposit error affects employees

The problem affected employees of the city, school district and a steel company. By DENISE DICK


DONNA CATTOI MYRON KELLY SR. YOUNGSTOWN -- Donna Joy Cattoi and Myron Charles Kelly Sr., both of

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Panezich tosses his best in javelin

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- Nick Panezich, a sophomore at Springfield High School and member of the school's


FOOTBALL North Canton Hoover -- is seeking a freshman football game home or away for Aug. 28 and


MELISSA SNITZER RYAN MCTIGUE BOARDMAN -- First Covenant Church was the setting at 3 p.m. July 20

WARREN Probation extended for building official

The city building official has a DUI charge pending in Trumbull County Central District Court. By


ASSOCIATIONS XO-My-O Chapter of the American Business Women's Association will meet at 7 p.m.

Parents announce the engagement of Shannon Cramer, Mr. Swiatkowski

GIRARD -- Gerald and Theresa Cramer, 2621 Walnut St., announce the engagement of their daughter,

TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS Mahoning and Trumbull counties

Here are the 10 most expensive projects included in the long-range transportation plan for Mahoning

CAMPBELL Judge dismisses lawsuit of ex-school treasurer

The judge said the ex-treasurer failed to prove the school board discriminated against him. By BOB

CHURCHES Taking vacation from routine

Church attendance changes with the summer weather. G. JEFFREY MacDONALD CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

2 open campaign HQ

2 open campaign HQ BOARDMAN -- U.S. Rep. Ted Strickland, a Lucasville Democrat, and state Rep.

YOUNGSTOWN Drivers can regain licenses through intervention program

The judge has called driving without a valid license the city's No. 1 crime. YOUNGSTOWN -- A

Instability in Afghanistan cause for concern in U.S.

Opinion: As the United States and other freedom loving nations prepare to commemorate the Sept. 11, 2001,

TRANSPORTATION Federal agencies make 28-year plan

The plan includes descriptions of 160 local transportation projects. By IAN HILL VINDICATOR


LUCIA SHOOD MICHAEL YURCO JR. YOUNGSTOWN -- Lucia N. Shood and Michael J. Yurco Jr. exchanged

WEST NILE VIRUS After horse death, vet offers tips on prevention

The state Department of Agriculture has announced the first confirmed Ohio case of West Nile virus

Special speaker

Special speaker WARREN -- Evangelist Jesse Duplantis will speak at 7 p.m. Aug. 28 at First


9/11 ANNIVERSARY Memorial events Different faiths, denominations and individual houses of

HUBBARD Mold takes over police basement

Mold detected in the Hubbard Police Department, including the chief's office, was sent out for

Holiday Inn to donate rooms for anniversary

Holiday Inn to donate rooms for anniversary BOARDMAN -- The Holiday Inn here, in celebration of

YOUNGSTOWN Trucks with graphic images spread anti-abortion message

The group says some 400,000 motorists see the trucks each day. By SHERRI L. SHAULIS VINDICATOR

MAHONING VALLEY Judge Wells won't preside at trial for Richard Detore

The new judge presided over ex-congressman James Traficant's trial in 1983. By PATRICIA MEADE


ART AUCTIONS XMcDonough Museum, 410 Wick Ave., Youngstown, will hold an art auction Aug. 24 as a

Teddi Barton to be bride of Robert Doherty

Announcement is being made by Geraldine Barton of Warren and Leon Barton of Mantua of the upcoming

YSU FOOTBALL Fitness test, first two-a-day drills signals of serious business

Head coach Jon Heacock will coach with Pete Rekstis in the secondary this season. By PETE MOLLICA


HEALTH REPORT Steps recommended Recommendations being made about the Hubbard police headquarters

AP file photo, 1955

AP file photo, 1955 ACTOR'S ILLNESS: Charlton Heston played Moses in "The Ten Commandments" in

Issue includes tips to find right gown

In Style magazine's special bridal issue, "Weddings In Style," recently published tips for finding

YOUNGSTOWN Kaufmann's to keep name despite consolidation

A May company spokeswoman said local stores and the North Jackson distribution center will be

Mercer Raceway Park sets 'Sprint Slug-Out'

MERCER, Pa. -- Mercer Raceway Park will hold the fourth annual "Sprint Slug-Out" on Aug. 17. The


BIRTHS Forum Health Northside Sheyra Vazquez and Juniel Santiago, 25 10th St., Campbell, girl,


NEW THIS WEEKEND sss 1/2 "BLOOD WORK" -- Retired FBI profiler Clint Eastwood tracks the killer

YOUNGSTOWN Firefighters and officers push for income tax

More income tax could hurt the city in the long term, one councilman said. By ROGER G. SMITH


Who: ValleyCats (20-31) at Scrappers (30-21). When: 7:05. Radio: WNIO-AM (1390).

LOWELLVILLE Pillars of the community

The $11,200 roof replacement project is expected to start Aug. 19. By MARALINE KUBIK VINDICATOR

Team mixes competition, fellowship on the field

'We all have the same goal in common, so it's kind of like playing against your family,' said one