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FRIDAY'S GAMES

FRIDAY'S GAMES American League Detroit 6, Baltimore 5 Kansas City 6, Tampa Bay 5 Minnesota


JOHN KOVACH | Colleges Massaro makes W & amp;J Hall of Fame

CANFIELD -- Art Massaro of Canfield thinks he knows why he didn't make the Pittsburgh Steelers team


If CEOs say books OK, will investors be more confident?

Opinion: Most of the nation's publicly traded companies that were required by the Securities and Exchange


LORI PALKOVIC JOSEPH LISI

LORI PALKOVIC JOSEPH LISI BOARDMAN -- Joseph Shawn Lisi, 632 St. Andrews Drive, Canfield, and his


WARREN Man says he was fired for helping FBI

The loan officer contends he feared prosecution for obstruction of justice. WARREN -- A former


WIN, PLACE & amp; SHOW

NORTHFIELD RESULTS SATURDAY 1st--Gold Bandit(S Schillaci)11.806.405.60 Mister Gender(G


TRUMBULL COUNTY Abduction alert system sought anew

The county 911 director has said his agency has a system to alert the public of kidnapping cases.


KOS SLAYING Suspect faces another charge

Police said a message on the envelope contained a threat about anthrax. By LAURE CIOFFI


YSU

YSU Syracuse QB transfers to YSU YOUNGSTOWN -- Cecil Howard, a 6-foot-1 quarterback from


KELLY MARCO ROBERT HAVRILLA

KELLY MARCO ROBERT HAVRILLA CAMPBELL -- The Rev. Michael Swierz presided at 3 p.m. July 19 as


COLD METAL PRODUCTS Despite Chapter 11 filing, president is optimistic

The CEO promised its customers can expect uninterrupted service while the company reorganizes. By


MAHONING COUNTY Suit over utility bills dismissed; lawyer looks to federal court

The matter could be refiled as a class-action suit. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR COURTHOUSE


WEST NILE VIRUS Ohio requires tests be done by CDC

Time varies for confirmation of cases of West Nile virus. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM


3-year pact OK'd for classified union

YSU trustees will consider a fact finder's report at a meeting Monday, and faculty members will vote


Trial over tax funds delayed for fifth time in Mercer Co.

MERCER, Pa. -- The oft-delayed trial of a former Hermitage receiver of taxes has been delayed for


MERCER, PA. Cooperation council studies prescription drug program

The drugs are free, but participants would have to pay fees based on the number of prescriptions


JESSICA RESTLE MATTHEW BEANY

JESSICA RESTLE MATTHEW BEANY BOARDMAN -- The wedding of Jessica Restle, daughter of David and


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Norman A. Hopkins, 26, of 530 Kendis Circle, #B, Youngstown,


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YSU 3-year pact OK'd for classified union

Trustees will consider a fact finder's report at a meeting Monday, and faculty members will vote on


ALLISON KENDER KEVIN FLEMING

ALLISON KENDER KEVIN FLEMING RIDGEWOOD, N.J. -- First Presbyterian Church was the setting July 13


L.G. isn't available

L.G. isn't available YOUNGSTOWN -- Ever since L.G.'s pretty feline eyes stared at readers from the


LYNN SHUTTLEWORTH DOUGLAS SHODD JR.

LYNN SHUTTLEWORTH DOUGLAS SHODD JR. CANFIELD -- Lynn M. Shuttleworth and Douglas M. Shodd Jr. were


COLLEGE FOOTBALL Three stations to air live Westminster football

NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. -- For the third consecutive year, Westminster College will have three stations


Today is Saturday, Aug. 17, the 229th day of 2002. There are 136 days left in the year. On this date

Opinion: Today is Saturday, Aug. 17, the 229th day of 2002. There are 136 days left in the year. On this date


Abduction alert system sought anew

The county 911 director has said his agency has a system to alert the public of kidnapping cases.


YOUNGSTOWN Assault rifles return to scene

The weapons are not generally used in 'conventional' crimes such as burglaries and robberies, a


BRIER HILL ITALIAN FEST

The Vindicator/William D. Lewis Mark Phillips, 1, takes on a chunk of meatball as his grandmother,


STACY MORRIS SAMUEL BRAUN

STACY MORRIS SAMUEL BRAUN CAMPBELL -- Monsignor Victor Romza officiated at 2:30 p.m. July 12 at


NILES Dinner to support Mahoning River Consortium

The guest speaker is a big name in adventure racing. NILES -- Outback Gear will host a dinner Aug.


9/11 ANNIVERSARY Memorial events

Different faiths, denominations and individual houses of worship are planning a variety of prayer


CLUB CALENDAR

CLUBS XBoardman-Poland Junior Women's League will have its new-member tea at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at


JULIE LAWRENCE TODD MANLEY

JULIE LAWRENCE TODD MANLEY BOARDMAN -- The gazebo at Boardman Township Park was the setting at 3


YOUNGSTOWN Shooter's charges reduced

The victim has gone back to Turkey and can't be located. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR COURTHOUSE


NORTH LIMA Centenarian honored for work with Camp Fire

Charlotte Beckner, the council's oldest living alumna, was a group leader in the 1930s. By ROSA


County to be reimbursed for part of trial

Goins agreed to pay $10,000 toward the cost of DNA testing in his case. By BOB JACKSON


Tribute to the SVC

Tribute to the SVC The Steel Valley Conference begins its final season of football in 2002.


Campaign leaders announced

The annual appeal will start Sept. 5. WARREN -- United Way of Trumbull County has put together its


Storms cause outages and flooding

Thunderstorms bringing heavy rain rumbled through Trumbull and Mercer counties Friday evening,


Ohio requires tests be done by CDC

Time varies for confirmation of cases of West Nile virus. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM


GIRARD A new feature at an old theater

The Rev. Robert E. Saylor is ministering through his church in the former Wellman Theater. By D.A.


YOUNGSTOWN County to be reimbursed for part of trial

Goins agreed to pay $10,000 toward the cost of DNA testing in his case. By BOB JACKSON


Baby's death probed

Baby's death probed EAST PALESTINE -- Police and the coroner's office are investigating the death


KATHERINE LAMPORT NICHOLAS GLATZER

KATHERINE LAMPORT NICHOLAS GLATZER POLAND -- The wedding of Katherine Lyne Lamport and Nicholas


GAME TIME Today

Who: Brewers (Rusch 6-12) at Pirates (Arroyo 0-1). When: 1:35 p.m. Radio: WKST-AM (1200).


PROPOSAL Student-athletes' bill of rights

Student-Athletes' Right No. 1: Each student-athlete shall have the right to participate in


GAME TIME Tonight

Who: Scrappers (34-24) at Doubledays (37-21). When: 7:05. Radio: WNIO-AM (1390).


UNITED WAY OF TRUMBULL COUNTY Campaign leaders announced

The annual appeal will start Sept. 5. WARREN -- United Way of Trumbull County has put together its


SCRAPPERS STATISTICS

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Special Mass

Special Mass BOARDMAN -- Myrna Nazzour returns to St. Mary's Byzantine Catholic Church when Bishop


CONTRACT

CONTRACT YSU-Association of Classified Employees YSU trustees approved a new contract with its


LEADERS

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Meeting rescheduled

Meeting rescheduled Lowellville Board of Education's regular meeting Wednesday has been


CHAMPIONS Steel Valley Conference

1950 -- Campbell Memorial 1951 -- Campbell Memorial, Struthers 1952 -- Girard 1953 -- Niles


BRIAN RICHESSON Video motivates Scrappers

NILES -- Willie Aviles used it as a motivational tactic. But a game as good as this just has to be


MAHONING COUNTY Politics in past, Engler insists

The former county commissioner says he is not interested in getting back into politics. By DAVID


Associated Press

Associated Press SOULFUL EATERY: Sylvia Woods, center, celebrates her restaurant's 40th


Md. woman convicted on fraud charges

Md. woman convicted on fraud charges GREENBELT, Md. -- A woman was convicted of fraud Friday for


Blaming bad business climate in city, owner of Koffee Korner closes his shop

By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER CANFIELD -- It's been a tough few months for the green in


North Street in New Castle will accommodate two-way traffic from North Mill to East streets only

North Street in New Castle will accommodate two-way traffic from North Mill to East streets only


CANFIELD Blaming bad business climate in city, owner of Koffee Korner closes his shop

By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER CANFIELD -- It's been a tough few months for the green in


Suspect faces another charge

Police said a message on the envelope contained a threat about anthrax. By LAURE CIOFFI


SALEM Residents will miss shopping at Ames

One shopper said she'll miss Ames' layaway plan. STAFF/WIRE REPORT SALEM -- Irene Lindquist of


Forum Health Northside

Forum Health Northside Thomas and Jenette Garbarz, 3006 W. Middletown Road, Columbiana, boy, Aug.


FRIDAY'S RESULTS

FRIDAY'S RESULTS TENNIS CANFIELD BLACK 4, UNITED 1 Singles: Krystle Hively (C) def. Trista


European rivers, long known for their beauty, turn ugly

Opinion: Nature's fury was unleashed on Europe this week, taking the lives of more than 100 people and


Columbiana picnic set

Columbiana picnic set COLUMBIANA -- Jerusalem Lutheran Church will have only one service Sunday at