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Traficant bond sought

Traficant bond sought CINCINNATI -- The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit has received


IF YOU GO

IF YOU GO Kenny Chesney When: 8 p.m. Monday. Where: Canfield Fairgrounds grandstands, state


OHIO Turnpike workers OK tentative pact

Turnpike workers are voting on the proposed contract through Sept. 6. By DAVID SKOLNICK


NFL PRESEASON

NFL PRESEASON Favorite Points Underdog MIAMI 21/2 Chicago PITTSBURGH 5 Minnesota


BOARDMAN Petro: Suspend indicted officials

The state auditor unveiled his proposal in the Mahoning Valley because of a former local sheriff's


NILES Council to study raising pay for officials

Some officials are paid less than their counterparts in similar cities throughout the state. By


FARMERS NATIONAL Bank ranks high in safety

The bank president said he's not endorsing the book, but he welcomes the good publicity. THE


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OUT-OF-TOWN BIRTHS

XJeffrey and Rachel Hathhorn, 7927 Remington Drive, Pittsburgh, are announcing the birth of a


Dog license costs

Dog license costs WARREN -- It just got more expensive to be a dog. Starting next year, the


SCHOOL BOARD Girard

Highlights of Wednesday night's board of education meeting: Superintendent Marty Santillo reported


POLAND Police seek daytime burglar-robber

Residents are warned to be alert. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER POLAND --


FAIR SCHEDULE Free daily events

9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.: Steam show, Southeast Corner. 9 a.m.-5 p.m.: Spinning Demo, Sheep Barn No. 36.


HERMITAGE City raises sewer bills to pay for improvements to system

The work is in response to state environmental officials' requirements. By HAROLD GWIN


Exhibitors hope show picks up steam

By MARALINE KUBIK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER CANFIELD -- Big tractor. Big draw. At least that's


For the adventurous, 3 new rides are added

For the adventurous, 3 new rides are added CANFIELD -- Three rides are making their debut at the


YOUNGSTOWN Deal opens door for rape testimony

The 22-year-old West Delason Avenue man will testify against his co-defendants. By BOB JACKSON


Show of patriotism has crowd joining in

The fair's opening concert was a blend of patriotic and Christian music. By PETER H. MILLIKEN


2 die in Route 18 crash

2 die in Route 18 crash NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Two people died and two others were injured when the


Grand jury indicts Calif. man on cocaine possession counts

PITTSBURGH -- A federal grand jury has indicted a California man accused of having 44 pounds of


It makes sense to study Shenango Dam's potential

Opinion: There's no reason for the Federal Regulatory Commission not to grant Universal Electric Power Corp.


GM Overtime to boost production

Chevrolet Cavaliers and Pontiac Sunfires are selling strong, leading to the extra shifts. THE


SCHEDULE Prep football

Today (All games at 7:30 p.m. unless noted) Ursuline vs. Portland (Ore.) David Douglas at


Ex-contractor has till Sept. 13 to hire lawyer for federal trial

CLEVELAND -- Bernard J. Bucheit, who once operated Bucheit International in Boardman, has about two


STONEBORO FAIR | Schedule of events

The 135th annual Stoneboro (Pa.) Fair opened with the mile run held on the race track. Stoneboro is


HERMITAGE Sewer bills rise to pay for project

The work is in response to state environmental officials' requirements. By HAROLD GWIN


WARREN Board orders motel demolished

The property owner can challenge the order in court. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


MCDONALD Schools approve teachers' contract

Teachers will receive a $240 signing bonus the third year. By MARY SMITH VINDICATOR


JUNIOR FAIR Gazebo honors 'father' to many

Darrel Bacon was the kind of guy you call your 'other father,' said George Houk, a farmer and 4-H


NILES Officials talk about Robbins Ave. project

Residents with special needs can be accommodated. By SHERRI L. SHAULIS VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


PREP VOLLEYBALL Hubbard shows TAC dominance

The Eagles won their 135th consecutive conference match. CORTLAND -- Katy Jo Mroski had 15 kills


Wires-Walker wedding date to be Oct. 12

HUBBARD -- The engagement of Jacquelyn Wires and Christopher Walker, both of 3553 Liberty Drive, is


Howland man sues kennel to get his dog

A man wants a judge to make the kennel give his dog back. WARREN -- GiGi come home. A Howland


Chesney's got 'The Good Stuff'

By DEBORA SHAULIS ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR CUYAHOGA FALLS -- The crowd at Blossom Music Center was


NILES Taylor's plan has officials angry

It is not illegal for the company to request another abatement. By SHERRI L. SHAULIS VINDICATOR


Traffic, parking concern

Traffic, parking concern YOUNGSTOWN -- Police are warning downtown workers that traffic and


Angela Mancino, Mr. Somogyi to wed in fall rite

HOUSTON -- Angela Mancino, 444 E. Medical Center, and Nicholas Somogyi of Houston are planning a


DIANE MAKAR MURPHY Recollecting hard work and youthful mischief

& quot;You think those were good stories about Campbell, & quot; said a happy, firm voice,


GIRLS SOCCER Williams' goal lifts Canfield

The Cardinals posted a 1-0 win over Boardman for a 2-0 record. CANFIELD -- Senior co-captain Kelly


TRUMBULL COUNTY Funds to help displaced workers

The funds may be used to return to school or to receive job training. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR


PREP FOOTBALL STANDINGS

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'A look into history'

By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER CANFIELD -- Rocky Anobile says he and his fellow veterans


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses John P. Garchar, 36, of 4911 Southern Blvd. #2, Boardman, and


COLUMBIANA COUNTY Funds OK'd for new program

Officials said many children who are chronically truant or tardy want to be in school. By NANCY


Nobody here claimed we were perfect, and the panel sure proved that last week. Sports writer Brian

Nobody here claimed we were perfect, and the panel sure proved that last week. Sports writer Brian


BIRTHS

BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Joseph and Toni Rich, 424 W. Boston Ave., Youngstown, boy, Aug. 28.


October rite set for Miss Houser, Andrew Goodman

COLUMBUS -- The engagement of Jennifer Houser and Andrew Goodman, both of Columbus, is being


TRUMBULL COUNTY Displaced workers can apply for funds for school, training

Money will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


Miss Krzanowsky to be bride of Dr. Gershkowitz

CANFIELD -- John and Paula Krzanowsky of Canfield are announcing the coming wedding of their


Questions about closings

Opinion: Questions about closings EDITOR: Questions have to be asked about the recent closings of the two


GETTING IT RIGHT

GETTING IT RIGHT U Christopher McBride, 20, and Jamal Bullock, 30, who are in Trumbull County Jail


5 charged in Pa. high school vandalism

SANDY LAKE, Pa. -- Pennsylvania State Police have filed charges against one adult and four juveniles


WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS

WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS BOYS GOLF WARREN JFK 158, CHAMPION 166 Warren JFK -- Jason Kokrak 36,


VOLLEYBALL Winning coaches are back

Sue Deas, Don Conser and Chuck Montgomery have combined for more than 1,300 wins. By MARK W.


Jennifer Droesch, Mr. Dominick to be married

ST. HENRY -- The forthcoming marriage of Jennifer Lynn Droesch and Rocco Joseph Dominick, both of


Running for Congress

Running for Congress YOUNGSTOWN -- Former U.S. Rep. Lyle Williams announced today that he will run


COLUMBIANA COUNTY Funds OK'd for intervention program

Officials said many children who are chronically truant or tardy want to be in school. By NANCY