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CROSS COUNTRY Maplewood meet to feature 23 schools

MECCA -- A field of 23 schools will compete in the Maplewood cross country meet Saturday, with the

YSU WINS SEASON OPENER Penguins struggle to defeat Clarion 27-14

The Vindicator/Jean Neice Teammates congratulate senior tailback P.J. Mays after his first of two

Mayor opens road

Mayor opens road NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- East Washington Street, from Apple Way to Kennedy Square, is

EMILY A. STODDARD What's changed? Chivalry today goes both ways

He opens the door for you. He pulls out your chair and pays for everything. You may think one of two

SHARON, PA. Bridge reports fail to satisfy

The contractor didn't provide enough technical details to satisfy county and state officials. By

NILES Board honors ex-president

By ROSA MERCADO VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER NILES -- The family of Leonard Holloway, former

Judge grants continuance in murder case

WARREN -- The competency hearing for a woman accused of aggravated murder in the death of her 6

FOOD Try a buffalo burger: You'll have no beef

Buffaloes are raised on a farm in Ellsworth Township. By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER

HIGH SCHOOL PREVIEW Saturday football

RAYEN vs. ALLIANCE When: 1 p.m. Where: Stambaugh Stadium. Rayen (0-1) scouting report:

HERMITAGE Buhl Day set for Monday

Most of the activities are on Labor Day, but some sporting events get an early start. HERMITAGE,

LIBERTY Chief: We'll catch robber

Getting information out to the public quickly is one big help in solving bank robberies. By TIM

BECKY SHER | Hype Celebrities support AIDS cause with style

If The Rock, Barry Bonds, Mandy Moore, Tony Hawk, the girls of Destiny's Child and "Real World"

Club's umbrella project covered a lot of material

Adviser Karry Snyder's idea was to have all the girls make red, white and blue umbrellas, but the


Food distribution notices are to be submitted by 3 p.m. the day before they are to be published.

YOUNGSTOWN Austintown man indicted in death of young woman

The Austintown man could also end up facing a sex-related charge later on. By BOB JACKSON

Attempted abduction

Attempted abduction CANFIELD -- Fair police and the Mahoning County Sheriff's Department are

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TRAUMARAMA Sharing your most humiliating moments SEVENTEEN MAGAZINE School daze ... getting

NEWTON FALLS City will save parts of project

The city would lose several other grants. NEWTON FALLS -- City council will salvage more than


BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Mark and Melissa Hackett, 303 Dunn Drive, Girard, boy, Aug. 29. Jeffrey

`Vending-machine area

`Vending-machine area YOUNGSTOWN -- The Western Reserve Transit Authority Board of Trustees

MAHONING COUNTY Public library looks at revised general budget

The library expects a reduction of $773,055 from state income tax collections. YOUNGSTOWN --


THURSDAY'S GAMES American League Seattle 2, Minnesota 0 Toronto 7, N.Y. Yankees 4 Texas 9,

E. Palestine teachers, board continue talks

EAST PALESTINE -- City school district teachers are working without a contract as mediation sessions

4-H queen exemplifies new face of farm group

The group has taught this teen about leadership and self-reliance. By IAN HILL VINDICATOR

MAHONING CO. Hearings to cover sales tax

Hearings will be in Poland Township, Campbell, Youngstown and Sebring. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR

For 100 years, club united city, country

There are 74 4-H clubs in Mahoning County with a collective 1,237 members. By MARALINE KUBIK

SOCCER DePaola gets both goals in Irish win

Sophomore Chris DePaola powered Ursuline to a 2-0 win over Warren JFK. STRUTHERS -- Sophomore

DOGFIGHTING Sleepy suspect pleads guilty

The South Garland Avenue man faces 18 months in prison for dogfighting. By BOB JACKSON


COACHING Alliance High School -- is seeking qualified individuals for the head coaching positions


NFL PRESEASON Favorite Points Underdog NEW ORLEANS 3 Indianapolis NY JETS 5 Philadelphia


Opinion: HOW DANGEROUS IS EPHEDRA? Chicago Tribune: Need to lose some weight? Boost your energy? Improve

FAIR SCHEDULE | Free daily events

9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.: Steam show, Southeast Corner. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.: spinning demo, Sheep Barn

LIBERTY Key Bank robber will be caught, chief says

Getting information out to the public quickly is one big help in solving bank robberies. By TIM

Patience, partying: Crowd camps out for radio show

An all-night sidewalk party heralded the Tom Joyner Sky Show. By PETER H. MILLIKEN VINDICATOR

YOUNGSTOWN COUNCIL Ceremony to mark end of chamber restoration

By ROGER G. SMITH CITY HALL REPORTER YOUNGSTOWN -- City council members were at war over the

MAHONING CO. Smoking ruling has little effect

The health commissioner does not believe the ruling will have much of an impact locally. By

UP NEXT Winston Cup

The 2002 NASCAR Winston Cup schedule (winners in parentheses) and driver point standings: Feb. 17

Rayen vs. Alliance

Rayen vs. Alliance When: Saturday, 1 p.m. Where: Stambaugh Stadium. Rayen (0-1) scouting

YOUNGSTOWN Death from swallowing cocaine sparks lawsuit

The family seeks $14 million in compensatory and punitive damages. YOUNGSTOWN -- The family of a

Clarett, Tressel excellent as Valley's ambassadors

Opinion: The Mahoning Valley was on display last Saturday in Columbus, and for a change we weren't belittled

Patience, partying: Crowd camps out for show

An all-night sidewalk party heralded the Tom Joyner Sky Show. By PETER H. MILLIKEN VINDICATOR

YOUNGSTOWN During Joyner show's local broadcast, fans get on up and get down for Brown

Woe to those who nod off while Tom Joyner is in the house. By DEBORA SHAULIS ENTERTAINMENT


WHAT'S SCHEDULED Public hearings Where and when Mahoning County sales tax hearings will be:

Special teams kept Golden Eagles in game

Clarion's secret weapons gave YSU a scare. By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF YOUNGSTOWN --

WARREN FBI issues subpoena to leaders

The city law director says he doesn't know why the FBI is seeking the information about Ohio Edison.

PREVIEW Hunkus returns to lead Girard

Behind ace Tealle Hunkus, the Indians are expected to contend for the TAC championship. By MARK W.

WARREN FBI issues subpoena to city leaders

The city law director says he doesn't know why the FBI is seeking the information about Ohio Edison.

Park campaign's message was clear and consistent

Opinion: Park campaign's message was clear and consistent EDITOR: In response to the Aug. 11 letter to

MAHONING COUNTY Deputies protest jail staff shortage

Deputies say it's a safety issue, but the sheriff says it's all about money. By BOB JACKSON


ASSOCIATIONS XAmerican Slovak Cultural Association will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at St. Matthias

Man faces charges in hit-skip fatality

YOUNGSTOWN -- Charges of aggravated vehicular homicide and failure to stop after an accident have



Home buyer workshop

Home buyer workshop YOUNGSTOWN -- A free first-time home buyer workshop will be from 5:30 to 8:30

GAIL WHITE When angels (or people) knock, who will get the door?

They say two things never to talk about are politics and religion. I have learned how volatile at

INDICTMENTS Mahoning County

These people were indicted Thursday by a Mahoning County grand jury: Maria Eschevestre, 41, East

Child abduction attempt

Child abduction attempt WARREN TOWNSHIP -- Police are searching for two men who attempted to

NEW CASTLE Steel museum sets preview

Artists from New York and Pittsburgh will display their work in the museum. By LAURE CIOFFI

YOUNGSTOWN Attorney general: MVSD case frustrating

The Republican state auditor candidate said she is struggling to raise money and interest for her

POLICE CALLS Girard, Liberty, Hubbard

Summary of police activity: GIRARD Aug. 25 Assault: Two men reported another man struck them

VOLLEYBALL Champion, Hubbard and Girard win, all 2-0 in TAC

Lee McLane, Tealle Hunkus and Erin Stevens keyed the Indians past Newton Falls 15-6, 15-6. NEWTON

"The Godfather created the party, and he has always been about purpose."

"The Godfather created the party, and he has always been about purpose." Tom Joyner "Sky Show"