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TRAFICANT IN PRISON Attorney says ex-lawmaker refuses to work in kitchen

The lawyer says the ex-congressman is not bald and that he has a crew cut. By PATRICIA MEADE

Tricia Beaudis, Barry Smart to marry Oct. 5

AUSTINTOWN -- Announcement is being made by Michael and Peggy Beaudis, 2604 Barrington Court, and

St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Brandy Cox and Jay L. Jones II, 306 Wilbert Ave., East Liverpool, boy, Aug. 16.


NASCAR Dale Jarrett didn't waver from a decision to take four tires on his final pit stop. The

Vindicator seeks vets of war on terrorism

Vindicator seeks vets of war on terrorism YOUNGSTOWN -- The Vindicator is seeking military

JOHNSTON Co-workers help woman fighting cancer

When the store closes, the single mother will be without health insurance. By DENISE DICK

CRIME STOPPERS Greater Youngstown

Felony warrants for Joseph D. McCoy are the focus of Crime Stoppers of Greater Youngstown this week:

Kimberly Clifford to be married in late summer

Announcement of the engagement of Kimberly Rae Clifford and Robert James Dieffenbach Jr., both of

McCarthy-Bishop wedding plans are announced

The engagement of Amy Beth McCarthy, a daughter of Sharon McCarthy, 8228 Blackwillow Circle, Anaheim

U.S. should never have banned pesticide DDT

Opinion: U.S. should never have banned pesticide DDT EDITOR: Assume for a moment you're a mosquito. Now

MARTIN SLOANE | Supermarket Shopper Cashier etiquette rules are posted

Over a period of two years, my readers and I put together a list of etiquette guidelines for

'Hands-on and messy' lessons teach kids about other cultures


ONE ON ONE | Jack and Cindy Kravitz Bagels beckoned lawyers back to the family business

Jack, what are your memories of growing up at your mom's deli? Jack: We lived up above the deli.

SVC | Saying Goodbye Fitch and Boardman find another option

Their departure signals the demise of the 53-year-old conference. By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR

CHARTER SCHOOLS Across the state

The State Board of Education granted five-year contracts to 10 charter schools in 1998. Those

COLUMBIANA CORNER In 'lionizing' effort, Heartland staff, volunteers get out of the red

As Heartland Christian School students and staff prepare to start the school year, Administrator

Wickizer-Martt wedding to be in early autumn

BEAVERCREEK -- Michael and Angela Wickizer, 680 Carlsbrook Drive, are announcing the engagement of

YOUNGSTOWN -- Youngstown State University freshman Emily Schnitkey will represent YSU at the USA

YOUNGSTOWN -- Youngstown State University freshman Emily Schnitkey will represent YSU at the USA

Girard seeks solvency in a most ironic way

Opinion: It's difficult to overlook the irony. The city of Girard is contemplating the sale of its water

N.Y.-PENN LEAGUE Scrappers lose lead, fall back in standings

Mahoning Valley trails Williamsport by two games for the league's wild-card berth. LOWELL, Mass.

STAND CAMPAIGN Against tobacco

"YPBS:" Based on a comment made by a tobacco company executive who said the firm's marketing efforts

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with Jack and Cindy Kravitz Ages: Both are 44. Married: 1984. Residence: Liberty.

Leaders of the two local charter schools have expressed confidence that the schools will be

Leaders of the two local charter schools have expressed confidence that the schools will be

Tabak-Ackworth wedding planned for late October

CAMPBELL -- John and Elaine Tabak, 521 Porter Ave., are revealing plans for the forthcoming marriage

Rochford-Nagy wedding is set for mid-October

COLUMBIANA -- Thomas and Margie Rochford of Columbiana are announcing the engagement of their

LEETONIA State marshal probes firebombing

Neighbors doused the fire with buckets of water from a swimming pool. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR

AUSTINTOWN Tamco future uncertain

A contract with Snyder's is unlikely to be as good as the old one with Phar-Mor. By DON SHILLING

Hubbard alumni to honor doctor, schools chief

HUBBARD -- A superintendent of schools and a physician will be honored at this year's Hubbard High

Tobacco's industry's grasp still chokes Americans

Opinion: The revelations in this week's Journal of the American Medical Association that the tobacco industry

AL MEYER TROPHY Steel Valley Conference

1981: Fitch 1982: Fitch 1983: Fitch 1984: Boardman 1985: Boardman 1986: Boardman 1987:

Trebus-Ifft troth is announced; wedding planned

HUBBARD -- The engagement of Jewel Trebus and Jeremy Ifft, both of 331/2 Princeton Ave., is being

Judge fines 2 lawyers for failure to appear

Judge fines 2 lawyers for failure to appear YOUNGSTOWN -- Two lawyers who failed to appear in

Miss LaGamba, Mr. Dawson set wedding date

WESTLAKE -- Announced by Brandi L. LaGamba and Todd A. Dawson, both of 1300 Bobby Lane, is the date

NILES ROTC teacher at YSU honored

Even though he lives and serves in Ohio, his unit is based in Wisconsin. By SHERRI L. SHAULIS


Who: Athletics (Hudson 9-9) at Indians (Baez 9-9) When: 7:05 p.m. Radio/TV: WKBN-AM (570), Fox


THE SERIES Sunday: An overview. Today: What led to the breakup. Tuesday: What's in store for

Selig's support at all-time lowest

An ESPN program Sunday looked at baseball commissioner Bud Selig, specifically, his legacy if, for


ARTS AND CRAFTS Crafters are being invited to participate in a craft bazaar to the held by St.


TRUMBULL COUNTY New complaints U.S. Bank National Assoc. vs. Perle Weirman, foreclosure.

COLUMBIANA CO. Proposal includes intense recycling

The new plan proposes creating more sites where people can deposit materials for recycling. By

HIGHER EDUCATION College financial-aid requests increase

All-time low interest rates on student loans may be the lone bright spot for college students facing

YOUNGSTOWN Teen hates tobacco use: Is it personal? You bet

The young woman is also worried about an uncle who is dying of lung cancer and her mother who still