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TRUMBULL COUNTY Judge reduces ex-cop's jail term

The judge also placed the former police officer on probation and suspended his license. By PEGGY

FARRELL, PA. Reversion clause jeopardizes project

The federal government wants a change in the deed transferring the property from the city. By

BOXING Richardson eyes 22nd victory

He will fight tonight in the Ringside National Boxing Tournament. By BOB ROTH VINDICATOR

COLUMBUS House speaker boots 3 in GOP

The House minority leader called the changes 'a drastic move' that signals real dissension in the

POLAND Mother calls police after encounter

The boy's mother saw the man drive away as she was calling the police. POLAND -- Amid today's


The following have been indicted by a Trumbull County grand jury: Arthur Clinkscale, 43, Arlington

TWO-DEEP YSU depth chart

Probable starters in caps: OFFENSE LT -- (66) JOSH DAVIS, 6-5, 295, Jr.; (74) Dean Jewell, 6-3,


TUESDAY'S GAMES American League N.Y. Yankees 6, Boston 0 Detroit 8, Cleveland 5 Minnesota 5,


Probable starters in caps: YSU OFFENSE LT -- (66) JOSH DAVIS, 6-5, 295, Jr.; (74) Dean Jewell,

YOUNGSTOWN Meeting outlines drug plan

Similar prescription drug programs have been enacted in Maine and Hawaii. By PETER H. MILLIKEN

Gateway title prescription for playoffs

Although defense is expected to be YSU's strength, the offensive line could be one of the best in

Free ice cream treat

Free ice cream treat YOUNGSTOWN -- The Youngstown Community Food Center and Gleaners Food Bank are

YOUNGSTOWN Driver gets six-year term on assault, weapon charges

The chase started when someone in Mark Jones' car fired a gun toward police. By BOB JACKSON

Authorities rule out robbery, accident in shooting death

WELLSVILLE -- Investigators have eliminated robbery and accident as factors in the death of Craig

Police search for woman in fatal shooting

YOUNGSTOWN -- The search continued today for a woman named Joy who detectives want to question in

CANFIELD Razor thief proves that he's a lot sharper than authorities

The thief took several hundred dollars' worth of razors. CANFIELD -- A man suspected of stealing


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Andrew E. Yacobozzi, 32, of 4833 Westchester #104, Austintown,

LORDSTOWN Council plans to grant tax deal to Taylor Steel

Niles officials wrote a letter to commissioners expressing their concerns about the move. THE

U.S. CONGRESS Trumbull elections board OKs Traficant's run in 17th District

As long as Traficant can prove 'an actual connection to the state,' his candidacy is legal, a

GAIL WHITE Music, brotherhood bless fair's worship service

"May the road rise to meet you, May the wind be always at your back, The sun shine warm upon

Local conjoined twins cannot be separated

Local conjoined twins cannot be separated BRISTOLVILLE (AP) -- Conjoined twin girls from this

CONFERENCE USA Louisville to use Chaney grad Floyd to return punts

The Cardinals senior excels at safety and has the most interceptions among current players. By

YOUNGSTOWN In the end, caboose is dream come true

The Ohio Central Railroad System and the Make-A-Wish Foundation gave Kurt Pilker the gift of a

St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Jennipher Carter and Jeromy Midovich, 1304 Deforest Road, Warren, boy, Aug. 27.


Opinion: JAMIE LEE, UNCOVERED Chicago Tribune: This may not rank with bra-burning or the Equal Rights

SOUTHERN PARK MALL Official: Teen dances likely to go on

One mall official said the dances have been a great success. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR

SOUTHERN PARK MALL Official says teen dances are likely to continue

One mall official said the dances have been a great success. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR

TRUMBULL COUNTY Lawyer to review fireworks report

By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF HUBBARD -- The state fire marshal's office has conferred

Inmate sentenced for weapon charge



GETTING IT RIGHT Talk-show host Tavis Smiley will not travel with the staff of the "Tom Joyner

Monique Nattin, Bradley Slaven are engaged

YOUNGSTOWN -- The engagement of Monique Allyson Nattin, 4831 Forest Meadows Court, Cincinnati, and

SOCCER PREVIEW Boardman, Canfield among Valley's best

Fitch and Boardman will battle for the boys Steel Valley title. By BILL SULLIVAN VINDICATOR


Q. I have several good blouses and sweater sets that I have been wearing to work with linen skirts

NEW WILMINGTON, PA. Ex-Pa. trooper named new chief of police


CANFIELD FAIR A traffic tale: Leffingwell link

About four or five deputy sheriffs will help direct traffic at this year's fair. By IAN HILL


Based on predicted order of finish. (Last year's records in parentheses): 1. Northern Iowa (11-3,

EAST PALESTINE Officials to vote on annexation and sale of land to company

The city will extend waterlines and sewer lines and streets to the new residential area. By NANCY

YOUNGSTOWN City, school board to resolve issues

Council could help the school board while the lawsuit settlement is finalized. By ROGER G. SMITH


NFL PRESEASON Favorite Points Underdog San Diego 31/2 SAN FRANCISCO Thursday MIAMI 3

Youngstown board OKs a bid for school demolition

YOUNGSTOWN -- The Youngstown Board of Education has awarded a $138,377 contract to William Pizzuto


AGENDA THURSDAY McDonald Board of Education, special meeting, 7:15 a.m., high school. Western

SABATINE CASE Leaders' letters swayed judge

Sabatine sobbed as he expressed remorse at his sentencing. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME

Trooper makes large drug bust

MERCER, Pa. -- A Pennsylvania State Trooper is credited with the seizure of cocaine with a street

Brandie Butler to be bride of Robert Starr

NILES -- Sandra L. Butler of Niles is announcing the engagement of her daughter, Brandie Lane Butler

Weak owners will cave again

If we're wrong (and that will come as a shock to few), the Major League Baseball season will end

Canfield Fair gives region a chance to honor America

Opinion: A lot has happened since last year's Canfield Fair, and while the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attack

YSU has success stories, but it needs support of the entire community

Opinion: YSU has success stories, but it needs support of the entire community EDITOR: The recent signing

MAHONING COUNTY Man gets 8 years for pointing gun at officer

The defendant attributed his actions to alcohol abuse. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR COURTHOUSE


Saturday--Maryland8 Sep. 7--Purdue1 Sep. 14--Michigan2:30 Sep. 21--at Michigan St.TBA Oct. 5

COLLEGE FOOTBALL Playing YSU no easy task for Div. II Clarion

Eagles coach Malen Luke says his team is better than last year. By PETE MOLLICA VINDICATOR

TRUMBULL COUNTY Officials aim to zap problem by poisoning mosquito larvae

Attacking larvae is more effective than aerial spraying for the adult insects, officials say. By

'It's our duty to help'

The agency has received about 24 percent of this year's $3.3 million campaign goal. By WILLIAM K.

GIRLS Top area players

Boardman -- Seniors Janeen Masternick, forward, Maggie Mills forward, Pam Prystash and Deanna

YSU makes changes for stadium security

There will be some new regulations for fans at the Penguins' opener Thursday against Clarion. By

A traffic tale: Leffingwell link

About four or five deputy sheriffs will help direct traffic at this year's fair. By IAN HILL

WASHINGTON Trade panel votes against tariffs on cold-rolled steel

The ruling was a blow for a Warren steel company that was one of seven steelmakers calling for the


YOUNGSTOWN STATE 2002 Schedule Thursday Clarion, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 7 McNeese State, 7 p.m.


BOYS Top area players Badger -- Senior Nathan Raught. Boardman -- Ryan Ingram, senior defender

LAWRENCE COUNTY Commissioners honor poll workers

Six Lawrence County women have worked more than 50 years at the polls. By LAURE CIOFFI

School board to foot bill of special election

School board to foot bill of special election COLUMBIANA -- The village board of education will

Lindsay Taylor, Nicholas Froslear to wed in autumn

YOUNGSTOWN -- Wendy and Jeffrey E. Taylor, 8016 Spartan Drive, are announcing the engagement of


No.--NamePos.Ht.Wt.Yr.Hometown/Previous/High School 1--Jerald BurleyWR5-10170Sr.Fort Lauderdale,

GIRARD Clock is ticking on dam money

The city's fiscal oversight commission could not muster enough votes to recommend the work. By TIM


GATEWAY YOUNGSTOWN STATE Aug. 29 -- Clarion7:30 Sept. 7 -- McNeese St.7 Sept. 21 -- at Western


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