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THERESA CAMPBELL CLIFTON JOHNSON JR.

THERESA CAMPBELL CLIFTON JOHNSON JR. YOUNGSTOWN -- Ocho Rios, Jamaica, was the honeymoon


9/11 ANNIVERSARY Memorial events

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


AMY BOYD PATRICK MASON

AMY BOYD PATRICK MASON LA JOLLA, Calif. -- Calumet Park was the setting for the July 28 wedding


Columbiana planning Christmas parade

Santa Claus will arrive on a firetruck in the city's first Christmas parade in many years.


Rabid bat turns up in Salem

The presence of rabid bats isn't unusual and should be no cause for alarm, a county health official


NEW CASTLE, PA. Murder suspect stands trial on terroristic threats charge

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- A Struthers man was ordered to stand trial on a charge of terroristic threats


FARRELL EPA to expand testing of water, soil at site of former steel plant

The latest study should take about 18 months. FARRELL, Pa. -- The U.S. Environmental Protection


YOUNGSTOWN Church to feature Christian rappers

A national Christian rap group will bring its positive message to Rising Star's back-to-school youth


WARREN Two day-care programs accepting applications

Full- and half-day sessions are available with both programs. WARREN -- The Rebecca Williams


COLUMBIANA CO. Another rabid bat turns up in Salem

The presence of rabid bats isn't unusual and should be no cause for alarm, a county health official


MERCER COUNTY Winner's checks remain uncashed

The county development authority is holding the checks, because $13,000 is still in dispute.


CHANTEL SANER MARK STOOPS

CHANTEL SANER MARK STOOPS YOUNGSTOWN -- Chantel Pauline Saner and Mark Thomas Stoops, both of 177


TRUMBULL COUNTY Bar association honors deceased

The late attorneys were remembered for their dedication to the profession and the community. By


BOARDMAN Visitor to St. Mary's stresses unity, peace

The olive oil said to seep from Myrna Nazzour's hands is seen as a sign from God. TRACEY D'ASTOLFO


COLUMBIANA Local government funds

CITIES AND VILLAGES East Liverpool$572,854 Salem$231,594 Columbiana $108,051 East Palestine


Player with the 49ers faces charges he altered prescription

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- A professional football player faces charges of forgery and criminal attempt


Plans to expand

A school for fatherless children has merged into Youngstown Christian School. By RON COLE


WARREN Back-to-school benefactor expected crowd for his party

The event is not supported by any organization. By STEPHEN SIFF VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


Outstanding Educator Award is presented to local teacher

WARREN -- A teacher for the multihandicapped at the Trumbull County Educational Service Center was


BOARDMAN Animal lover takes dog attack in stride

The attack left her with scratches and bruises. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


KIMBERLY LOY JASON LISKO

KIMBERLY LOY JASON LISKO STRUTHERS -- Jason Lisko and his bride, the former Kimberly Loy, both of


MAHONING COUNTY COURT Recent cases

Several people recently appeared before Judge David D'Apolito in Mahoning County Court in Austintown


HERMITAGE Electric company keeps hope for plant at Shenango Dam

The company thinks it might be able to produce enough electricity at the dam to power a town of


17TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT Withdrawn candidate Davis says UAW local dealt big blow

The former candidate couldn't believe he was called a liar by a fellow union official. By DAVID


Electric company keeps hope for plant at Shenango Dam

The company thinks it might be able to produce enough electricity at the dam to power a town of


BIRTHS

St. Elizabeth David and Michelle Walla, 11130 W. Calla Road, Salem, boy, Aug. 22. Bill and


ANDREA PETRELLA ELMER TAKASH III

ANDREA PETRELLA ELMER TAKASH III YOUNGSTOWN -- St. Columba Cathedral was the setting at 2:30 p.m.


COLUMBIANA Chamber planning Christmas parade

Santa Claus will arrive on a firetruck in the city's first Christmas parade in many years.


INDICTMENTS

INDICTMENTS Mahoning County A Mahoning County grand jury indicted these people: Thomas Moses,


Youngstown doesn't need another negative mark

Opinion: In recent years, the city of Youngstown has had one of the highest per capita homicide rates in the


COITSVILLE Heroes are heart of honor garden

To raise funds to care for the garden, the historical society is selling bricks and granite paving


TRUMBULL COUNTY Wedding is on hold

A legal opinion is expected next week. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF WARREN --


JULIE CAVALLARO MICHAEL PEDRO

JULIE CAVALLARO MICHAEL PEDRO YOUNGSTOWN - A honeymoon in Cancun, Mexico, followed the July 20


CLUB CALENDAR

AUXILIARIES XMahoning County Council Auxiliary to the VFW will meet at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 3 at VFW


BAR ASSOCIATION Colleagues who died

The following are the deceased attorneys remembered during the Trumbull County Bar Association's


CALENDAR Jewish holy days

Sept. 7: Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year, marks the beginning of Jewish year 5763 and inaugurates


AMY BROSS KEITH FOLEY

AMY BROSS KEITH FOLEY HUBBARD -- Nuptial vows were exchanged during a 1 p.m. ceremony July 20 as


Associated Press

Associated Press RESPONDING TO THE SCANDAL: Stephen Hallam, dean of the College of Business


ELECTION Candidates and issues

Nonpartisan candidates, issues and questions on the Nov. 5 general election ballot. Thursday was the


Howland rolls past Campbell

Maurice Smith and Tony Davis each scored three times to lead the Tigers to a 41-23 win. By GREG


PREP SPORTS AT A GLANCE

FRIDAY'S SCORES AREA Boardman 42, Wilson 0 Warren Harding 53, Cleveland South 8 Girard 19,


Metropolitan to take a new name

It's time to drop the old name because it gives people the wrong impression, the bank president


Animal lover takes dog attack in stride

The attack left her with scratches and bruises. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


"Everyone then who hears these words of mine and acts on them will be like a wise man who built his

"Everyone then who hears these words of mine and acts on them will be like a wise man who built his


The Vindicator/Lindsay Semple

The Vindicator/Lindsay Semple BULLDOGS PARTY: Poland football player David Koval, right,


Women's Day speaker

Women's Day speaker YOUNGSTOWN -- Elizabeth Missionary Baptist Church will have its annual Women's


Stormy start to the season

Chaney took a 19-7 lead over Fitch before play was halted due to lightning. By BRIAN RICHESSON


By TRACEY D'ASTOLFO

By TRACEY D'ASTOLFO VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT ONGREGATION OHEV TZEDEK will mark the advent of the


YOUNGSTOWN Metropolitan to be renamed First National Bank

It's time to drop the old name because it gives people the wrong impression, the bank president


YSU trustees approve 3-year faculty contract

YSU trustees approve 3-year faculty contract YOUNGSTOWN -- Classes at Youngstown State University


Lions open new stadium

Lions open new stadium For the first time since 1974, the Detroit Lions will actually play in the


Scrappers game is postponed

NILES -- Friday's Mahoning Valley Scrappers game against the New Jersey Cardinals was postponed


COURTS

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Jesus Rojas Jr., 43, of 693 Martha Ave., Campbell, and Sherry


PREP FOOTBALL Hubbard shuts down defending champs

Shaun Lane's touchdown run was the difference against Bedford Chanel. By JOHN BASSETTI


Firing advisory stands

Firing advisory stands WARREN -- Trumbull County Sheriff Thomas Altiere's recommendation to fire


This one goes to the Dogs: Poland pounds Springfield

The Bulldogs built a 42-0 halftime lead to spoil opening night at the renovated Tigers stadium. By


GIRARD Indians' defense subdues Dragons

Girard senior Dustin Helle caught two touchdown passes from Matt Zuppo. By CHUCK HOUSTEAU