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DIANE MAKAR MURPHY Seniors get together, 'and we don't have to cook'

On a sunny Wednesday afternoon in August, after a long winding drive from Boardman along beautiful


PREP FOOTBALL Ursuline awaits Oregon opponent

The Irish will meet David Douglas High Thursday at Mineral Ridge. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR


HUBBARD Police station's mold problem spurs action

The city has contracted for further tests, and workers with symptoms are advised to see their


Scrapbook class

Scrapbook class KINSMAN -- Scrapbook classes return to Kinsman Free Library Sept. 7. The class


Resident urges city to retake authority over law enforcement

The police force is controlled by a semi-independent police commission, not the city. FARRELL, Pa.


CROSS COUNTRY McDonald, Maplewood look like teams to beat

Boardman senior Russ Waller has run well in the preseason. When the Suburban Cross Country League


FALL ENROLLMENT YSU sees upswing in mood, students

The enrollment increase is above budget projections but below the 5-percent goal set by the


17TH DISTRICT Ex-staffers still working for the Valley

The 17th Congressional District staff has sent a list of Valley appropriation projects to key U.S.


Woman dies in crash

Woman dies in crash GREENVILLE, Pa. -- One woman was killed and three people suffered minor


BIRTHS

BIRTHS St. Elizabeth James and Cathryn Shively, 104 Sexton St., Struthers, girl, Aug. 26.


Trustees post strip-club law

AUSTINTOWN -- A proposed resolution regulating adult businesses is set to appear on the township's


Jesus essay lawsuit

Jesus essay lawsuit WARREN -- A lawsuit contending that a 14-year-old Brookfield middle school


NEWTON FALLS Council moves to cancel Streetscape

The city was set to advertise for bids for the project next week. NEWTON FALLS -- City council has


YOUNGSTOWN Shootings spark residents' worries

Police think one of the shootings was over a property dispute. By JoANNE VIVIANO VINDICATOR


CLEVELAND Still in NICU, local quints meet press

The Hudocks are planning to bring their babies home in November. By ROSA MERCADO VINDICATOR


WELLSVILLE Shooting kills village man in his home

WELLSVILLE -- Authorities are investigating a shooting in the village that killed a 43-year-old man.


YOUNGSTOWN Catholic sex-abuse policy panel to organize at first meeting

Changes to the local policy will hinge on Vatican action. By D.A. WILKINSON VINDICATOR RELIGION


MERCER Payments by inmates slated to get started

Inmates will have to set up a payment plan when they're released. MERCER, Pa. -- A $10-per-day


COLD METAL PRODUCTS Ex-workers study buyout; vigil continues at plant

The union is conducting the vigil to make sure nothing comes out of the plant. By DON SHILLING


YSU

YSU Mays candidate for Payton Award PHILADELPHIA -- Senior tailback P.J. Mays is one of the 16


COLUMBIANA Library opens work bidding for addition

The staff is planning fall events with upcoming construction in mind. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR


TRUMBULL COUNTY Hearing is set on marriage

The judge said he will decide after a hearing whether to grant the motion for the license. By


RAVENNA Lisbon man faces charges in death

The victim died of multiple stab wounds, investigators determined. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR


DECENCY FOR WOMEN

Opinion: DECENCY FOR WOMEN Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune: Does George W. Bush have something against


MAHONING CO. JAIL Ex-inmate sues ex-deputies, county

The fight started when the inmate was told to move away from a telephone. By BOB JACKSON


TRUMBULL COUNTY Hearing scheduled on marriage issue

The judge said he will decide after a hearing whether to grant a motion for the license. By PEGGY


Reprimand of Moffie doesn't vindicate Cox

Opinion: Former Boardman Township Trustee John Cox wasn't booted out of office last year because voters were


Helping with phone bills

Helping with phone bills YOUNGSTOWN -- The Ameritech Ohio Universal Service Assistance Program


YOUNGSTOWN'S NORTH SIDE Man acquitted of murder is shot down in street

Another man has already been convicted of the murder of Stephen Shackleford, while two more await


REUNIONS

XThe Centofanti family reunion is planned Sunday at Mauthe Park, 156 Smithfield St., Struthers. A


Coming Wednesday

Coming Wednesday The Youngstown State Penguins and the rest of college football will be previewed


POLITICS GOP leaders lend support to candidate

The Democratic candidate plans to have the U.S. House minority whip campaign for him in September.


NEW CASTLE St. Francis Hospital workers receive details of closing, other job options

Jameson officials are giving job applications to St. Francis workers this week. By LAURE CIOFFI


CANFIELD SCHOOLS Board seeks to fill post

Some district residents wonder why the board is hiring a new administrator when it wants to save


Pero leads Chaney to 9-2 soccer win

YOUNGSTOWN -- Mike Pero scored three goals and one assists as Chaney High defeated Canton Timken 9-2


VOLANT, PA. Sheen's friendliness and talent win over 'West Wing' extras

One extra was so impressed that she said Martin Sheen would get her vote if he ever ran for


YSU FOOTBALL Street's hard work earns starting role

The senior quarterback had to makeup a lot of classwork since last season. By PETE MOLLICA


YOUNGSTOWN Catholic sex-abuse policy panel holds first meeting to organize

Changes to the local policy will hinge on Vatican action. By D.A. WILKINSON VINDICATOR RELIGION


The union is conducting the vigil to make sure nothing comes out of the plant.

The union is conducting the vigil to make sure nothing comes out of the plant. By DON SHILLING


GAME TIME Thursday

Who: Ursuline vs. David Douglas (Oregon). When: 7:30 p.m. Where: Mineral Ridge High Stadium.


The name of the store in Boardman Precinct 8 seeking a permit in November's general election to sell

The name of the store in Boardman Precinct 8 seeking a permit in November's general election to sell


U.S. DISTRICT COURT Sabatine to get sentence today

In return for cooperation, the businessman won't face state charges. By PATRICIA MEADE


Home ransacked

Home ransacked AUSTINTOWN -- The home of a woman whose husband was shot to death on Youngstown's


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MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses John C. Kerr, 32, of Austintown, and Melissa K. Iliff, of


FARRELL Pastor proposes community center

The new building would show that the city plans to make Idaho Street vibrant again, the pastor said.


GAME TIME Tonight

Who: Scrappers (41-26) at Auburn Doubledays (41-26). When: 7:05 p.m. Radio: WNIO-AM (1390).


NEW CASTLE Board weighs junior-senior high school

The current junior high school will soon need renovations, architects said. By LAURE CIOFFI


State should crack down on uninsured motorists

Opinion: State should crack down on uninsured motorists EDITOR: When buying new vehicle license plates


CANFIELD School board seeks to fill post

Some district residents wonder why the board is hiring a new administrator when it wants to save


U.S. DISTRICT COURT Sabatine receives 10-month sentence

In return for cooperation, the businessman won't face state charges. By PATRICIA MEADE