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Stories published August 26, 2002

St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Ronald and Dala Schneider, Leetonia, girl, Aug. 24. Michael and Jennifer Stanton,


Lori B. Whan, Mr. Dellick plan September rite

GIRARD -- Jane and Michael Whan, 510 Secrist Lane, are announcing the coming marriage of their


SCHEDULES

SCHEDULES TODAY BOYS GOLF Canfield at Boardman, 3:30 p.m. Ursuline at Warren JFK, 3:30 p.m.


Date is chosen for Dolph-Hood rite, reception

Cynthia Dolph, a daughter of Barbara and Ronald Dolph of Columbiana, and Gregory Hood, a son of


YOUNGSTOWN Police investigate after body is found

A body was discovered today on the city's West Side, the victim of an apparent gunshot wound. By


Ross-Herchik engagement is announced

CANFIELD -- Announcement is being made of the engagement of Heather L. Ross and Jonathan J. Herchik,


Town meeting will focus on new EMS rules

YOUNGSTOWN -- The Ohio State Emergency Medical Services Board's Trauma Committee will have a town


GAME TIME Tonight

Who: Scrappers (40-26) at Batavia (28-38). When: 7:05 p.m. Radio: WNIO-AM (1390).


TRUMBULL COUNTY 2 men jailed in Hubbard rape, robbery

Jewelry was taken from the Hubbard home of the rape victim, police say. GIRARD -- Two Campbell men


With Melinda Holsopple

With Melinda Holsopple Age: 39 Hometown: Boardman Occupation: Executive director, The Way


AGENDA

TUESDAY Canfield Township trustees special meeting, 6 p.m., township hall, 21 S. Broad St., to


NESHANNOCK Supervisors allow concerts to go on

The owner presented the supervisors with a petition of 815 signatures of people in favor of the


COLUMBIANA Official says he was wrong to seek limit on size of signs

The law director said the zoning code can't be changed before November. By NANCY TULLIS


NILES Department of Public Safety recognizes seat-belt campaign

No matter what, the police department will get some new piece of equipment. By SHERRI L. SHAULIS


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COLUMBIANA CORNER Finding humor in a lousy situation

Columbiana County Commissioner Sean Logan is taking some ribbing over Judge C. Ashley Pike's


Dairy Mart robbed

Dairy Mart robbed NILES -- A polite thief got away with an undisclosed amount of cash early today


MAHONING COUNTY Ex-state pen inmate on trial

Prosecutors say the inmate sharpened a piece of plastic into a dangerous weapon. YOUNGSTOWN -- A


ONE ON ONE | Melinda Holsopple Helping people is balancing act for Way Station director

You've been at The Way Station about a year now. So, how's it going? It's exciting. I love being


A weary day on the set of 'West Wing'

It seems that producing a television show is more about endurance than glamour. By MARY


Some of the animals sell for nearly $25,000

Some of the animals sell for nearly $25,000 By STEPHEN SIFF VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF John


CANFIELD TOWNSHIP Trustees will meet to think over plan

No new resolution for the paving project will be proposed today. CANFIELD -- Township trustees,


Proposal seeks use of vaults for burial in Girard Cemetery

GIRARD -- The city sexton is proposing the construction of mausoleums in Girard Cemetery as a


National crime alert system required in this day and age

Opinion: Perhaps it's the willingness of parents to come forward and publicly appeal for the safe return of


2 suspected in Campbell home robbery

CAMPBELL -- Two Youngstown men scheduled to be arraigned today in Girard Municipal Court on charges


Doctors aren't what's wrong with health care

Opinion: Doctors aren't what's wrong with health care EDITOR: This letter is in response to a recent


Fire affects social events

Cleanup on the building started today. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


Bialik-Stevens engagement is made known

BOARDMAN -- Mr. and Mrs. John Bialik of 450 Mathews Road are announcing the engagement of their


OSU FOOTBALL Clarett focused on Kent State next

The former Warren Harding standout said he was nervous before Saturday's opener. By GARY HOUSTEAU


Clarett focused on Kent State next

The former Warren Harding standout said he was nervous before Saturday's opener. By GARY HOUSTEAU


Child Alert system helps to protect kids

The county is looking for more people to serve as lookouts in abduction cases. By BOB JACKSON


BRITAIN

Opinion: BRITAIN The Guardian, London, Aug. 21: As the flood waters in Germany subside they reveal an


Robbers tie up housesitter

STRUTHERS -- When a 23-year-old man housesitting for a friend returned to the Morrison Street home,


YOUNGSTOWN/MAHONING VALLEY United Way 'Day of Caring' starts financial campaign

`More than 300 United Way volunteers will work Tuesday on projects at affiliated agencies.


YOUNGSTOWN Sewer rates will go up only in city

About 13,000 county customers are served by the city's sewer treatment plant. By BOB JACKSON


Temporary housing plan gives YSU students freedom

The trip to class will be a bit longer this year for a group of students living off campus. By RON


AUSTINTOWN Resolution targets strip clubs

The Club 76 owner says trustees shouldn't treat his business differently from other township bars.


Center looks for a financial boost

This is the first time in its 31-year history the hot line is asking for direct community support.


Analysts: GM eyes multiple models for plant

The new car to be built in Lordstown won't look like the Cavalier and will have more interior room,


Scrappers tied for first

BATAVIA, N.Y. -- For only the third time this season, the Mahoning Valley Scrappers hold first place


WORTH A LOOK

ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOWS XThe Andover Arts and Crafts Fair will be held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.


Police investigate after body is found

YOUNGSTOWN -- City police were investigating a death this morning on the city's West Side. The


Parents announce Grimm-Evans engagement

COLUMBUS -- The engagement of Jennifer Lee Grimm and William Robert Evans, both of 386 Summerwind


YOUNGSTOWN Official advises caution, not worry, over West Nile virus

New appointee Marilyn M. Gonzalez says she brings a Hispanic perspective to the board of health.


LORDSTOWN Analysts: GM eyes multiple models for plant

The new car to be built in Lordstown won't look like the Cavalier and will have more interior room,


Police charge man with drug crime

Police charge man with drug crime AUSTINTOWN -- Police here arrested a Youngstown man early Sunday


ADULT BUSINESSES Austintown regulations

Township trustees are set to discuss a resolution tonight that would regulate strip clubs. The


CRIME STOPPERS Greater Youngstown

A search for Earl McClendon is the focus of Crime Stoppers of Greater Youngstown this week: Crime:


GIRARD Reopened school on watch list

Pupils returned to Girard Intermediate School after remedial work was completed. By TIM YOVICH


WARREN Mayor, director discuss police chief

About a dozen police officers sat outside the closed-door hearing to show support for the police