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Going away party is simple and cheap, which, coincidentally, is not unlike her fellow

Going away party is simple and cheap, which, coincidentally, is not unlike her fellow


WARREN Woman to be honored for involvement

The event celebrates 82 years of women's voting rights. WARREN -- Warren 9 to 5 Working Women will


Man dies in crash

Man dies in crash LIBERTY -- The Ohio State Highway Patrol at Southington is investigating a one-


YOUNGSTOWN Doctor asks for change in woman's privileges

The Boardman woman wants to take weekend trips away from the hospital with her family. By BOB


Pownell-Helmick wedding to be in Niles church

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pownell Jr. of Lordstown and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Granny Sr. of Niles are


State probes fire that destroyed Rte. 224 motel

BERLIN CENTER -- The state fire marshal's office is investigating a blaze that destroyed a one-


YOUNGSTOWN Fireman's bond again at issue

Prosecutors say the man was at a bar, which would violate terms of his bond. By BOB JACKSON


Calls for 'West Wing'

Calls for 'West Wing' NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. -- There were 1,202 extra hopefuls at Saturday's open


St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth David and Melissa Kukla, 5441 Middletown Road, New Middletown, boy, Aug. 12. Eddie


Expected recovery

Expected recovery Actor Jason Priestley faces weeks of healing and rehabilitation but is expected


LEETONIA Police will crack down on teen curfew violators

The chief wants village council to stiffen fines for curfew violators. By NANCY TULLIS


Miss Haraburda, Wyatt Miller to be married

YOUNGSTOWN -- Martin and Nancy Haraburda, 1563 Price Road, are announcing plans for the forthcoming


EAST PALESTINE STREET FAIR Despite complaints, cost prohibits relocation

EAST PALESTINE -- The American Legion's annual street fair won't be back on Market Street unless


YOUNGSTOWN $5,000 reward offered in arson

Investigators said they have a suspect but need more information to build their case. By JoANNE


Wedding planned by Miss Carnie, Mr. Abbruzzese

YOUNGSTOWN -- Plans for the forthcoming marriage of Carolyn Ann Carnie and Craig A. Abbruzzese, both


Parents announce Kneen-Hartings wedding plans

CHICAGO -- Plans for the upcoming marriage of Erika Jane Kneen, 724 W. Irving Park Road, and Matthew


LIBERTY Group protests court's handling of trust fund

James Goins is in prison for brutally beating and robbing three city residents. LIBERTY -- About


Girard will lose grant if decision is not made

One councilman said the condition of the Lower Girard Lake Dam has been 'over-exaggerated.' By TIM


REUNIONS

XThe Catalin family reunion will be held from noon to 9 p.m. Aug. 25 at Boardman Township Park.


Auburn gets better with miles

The Doubledays will play seven of their next eight games at home. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR


NEW LAW Exotic animals

Under terms of an ordinance passed by township trustees, people wishing to keep exotic or endangered


Tara Pavelko and Mr. Kirtos set wedding date

AUSTINTOWN -- Sept. 18 has been chosen as the wedding day of Tara Pavelko and Christopher Kirtos,


Penguins don pads to open hits season

Monday's contact drills set the tone for Thursday's jersey scrimmage. By JOHN KOVACH VINDICATOR


TRUMBULL COUNTY Judge declines to reduce bond

The judge also denied the prosecutor's request to hold the defendant without bond. By PEGGY


Auburn routed the Scrappers 10-1 Monday to take a four-game lead.

Auburn routed the Scrappers 10-1 Monday to take a four-game lead. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR


U.S.: Reassign Detore's case

CLEVELAND -- The government has asked U.S. District Judge Ann Aldrich to reassign the case of a


Colombia has suffered too much, rebels must be stopped

Opinion: After threatening to kill every mayor in Colombia, the FARQ rebels lobbed massive mortar shells into


BASEBALL

BASEBALL The Baseball School -- has begun enrolling boys and girls for individual, semi-individual


FARRELL SCHOOLS Business manager plans to retire

The high school principal is getting a $5,000 raise this year. By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR SHARON


AUSTINTOWN Exotic animal rule OK'd

It was the first home-rule ordinance enacted here. By PETER H. MILLIKEN VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


HERMITAGE Commission OKs land classification

All nonresidential projects must still put in sidewalks in front of their developments. HERMITAGE,


SCRAPPERS NOTEBOOK From Cafaro Field

Feedback: Since announcing their plans to hold Jim Traficant Night Wednesday, the Scrappers front


WARREN Parole reversed for child molester

The former Lordstown man will have another parole board hearing in 2012. By PEGGY SINKOVICH


FILLING A VOID IN THE VALLEY New ambulance service is going places

The owner said about 75 percent of her business is nonemergency transportation. The VINDICATOR,


DIANE MAKAR MURPHY Leaves from the 'Notebook of a Wacky Life'

Dealing with Life's Little Annoyances. Entry One -- Unwelcome intrusions. Junk mail: Pull out all


SITES | On the map

SITES | On the map The city's tourism board is publishing a brochure depicting sites in the city


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Kevin L. Butler, 39, of 555 N. 19th St., Sebring, and Sarah J.


Browns adjust

Browns adjust Darren Hambrick was signed by the Cleveland Browns after Pro Bowl linebacker Jamir


SALEM Brochure points to anti-slave locations

A photograph and text are included for each site. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU


GAME TIME Tonight

Who: Jammers (24-28) at Scrappers (31-23). When: 7:05. Radio: WNIO-AM (1390).


Strickland to visit

Strickland to visit NORTH LIMA -- U.S. Rep. Ted Strickland is slated to appear at the Beaver


NEW YORK-PENN LEAGUE M.V. tries to regroup after sweep

Auburn routed the Scrappers 10-1 Monday to take a four-game lead. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR


GIRARD Consumers Ohio proposes the sale of city's services

City water and sewer workers would become private sector workers under the proposal. By TIM YOVICH


GIRARD Sale of city's services proposed

City water and sewer workers would become private sector workers under the proposal. By TIM YOVICH


Fabian-Dailey wedding set for mid-September

YOUNGSTOWN -- Announcing their engagement are Kimberly Fabian and Jason Dailey, both of Youngstown.


LOCAL

LOCAL Youngstown rained out ABBEVILLE, La. -- Youngstown had its game against Kennewick, Wash.,


Summary of police activity:

Summary of police activity: CANFIELD CITY Aug. 5 Discharge of firearm: A city resident was


YOUNGSTOWN Abortion protest sparks debate

The Center for Bio-Ethical Reform's presence in Youngstown drew no group demonstrations, but did


From Australia to California to Columbus to Youngstown to Alliance -- Does anyone discern a trend here? 11 visitors in 1992 to more than 150 this year.

By SHERRI L. SHAULIS VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF VIENNA -- The tears couldn't be stopped as the


MONDAY'S RESULTS TENNIS

MONDAY'S RESULTS TENNIS BOARDMAN 5, NILES 0 Singles: Gina Peretti (B) def. Tera Frizley 6-0 6-0;


Feds divvy up the money and Valley gets short-changed

Opinion: The 17th Congressional District received more federal money than 13 other congressional districts.


Bicyclist is struck and killed on I-680

Bicyclist is struck and killed on I-680 YOUNGSTOWN -- City police are investigating the death of a


MERCER RACEWAY SATURDAY'S RESULTS

MERCER RACEWAY SATURDAY'S RESULTS Luxaire Heating & amp; Cooling Sprint Cars: 1. Gary Kriess,