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TRAFICANT CASE Federal prosecutors file response

The congressman's trial is scheduled to begin Tuesday. CLEVELAND -- Federal prosecutors have


STOCK, DIVIDENDBIDASKED Avalon Holdings,3.103.25 Banc One,.84,36.0736.08 Clear Channel, 45.10

LOWELLVILLE Jeans days wear well in school, put money in pockets of causes

School donations have helped three Lowellville seniors diagnosed with cancer. By PAUL WHEATLEY


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COLUMBIANA New school superintendent keeps busy

Patricia Hura has been busy meeting community leaders, attending school functions, and promoting a

Lesson learned

Lesson learned Matt Gogel learned a harsh lesson two years ago when Tiger Woods made up a seven-

WARREN Mom faces court in 3 babies' deaths

The defense attorney said his client has two living children and has cooperated with police. By

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POLITICS Boccieri says his decision is best for Dems

The state representative is looking for a leadership position in the Ohio House. By DAVID SKOLNICK


AUCTIONS XSts. Mary and Joseph School, Newton Falls, will hold a Chinese auction Sunday at St.

Britney, Bradshaw and the British

Observations from a comfortable couch during our undeclared national holiday: U What's better than

WARREN Failure to charge inmates with assault worries guards

A guard said that assaults have increased steadily since 1999. By PEGGY SINKOVICH and AMANDA C.


Opinion: JAPAN Asahi Shimbun, Tokyo, Jan. 29: The perilous stalemate between India and Pakistan has shown

Lordi's time in prison not shocking enough

Opinion: After only eight months of his 18-month prison sentence, Frank Lordi, the former Mahoning County

Goldberg scandal hurts lawyers who share name


Obnoxious residents destroy neighborhoods

Opinion: Obnoxious residents destroy neighborhoods EDITOR: I am very frustrated with the Youngstown

COLUMBIANA COUNTY Judges hail new court system

Now that the new system is in place, the focus is on finding a centralized location for it. By

Groups to focus on problem of HIV, AIDs among blacks

YOUNGSTOWN -- The Youngstown Minority HIV/AIDS Coalition and the Associated Neighborhood Centers

Attempted robbery

Attempted robbery HUBBARD -- Two men attempted an armed robbery of Eastern Trumbull Credit Union,

MAHONING VALLEY Cops in no rush on ticket upgrades

Becoming equipped to issue electronic traffic citations is not a top priority for local police

Charges after fight

Charges after fight SALEM -- A city man will be charged with several offenses in connection with a

YOUNGSTOWN 3 males face drug charges

All of the people arrested were found with suspected crack cocaine, police say. YOUNGSTOWN -- City

SHARON HIGH Basketball, big brawl, free-for-all at game

One man was arrested and other charges are pending. SHARON, Pa. -- Police say they are unsure what

St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Lauren Lindquist, 11410 state Route 62, Salem, girl, Feb. 2. Jeff and Mary Ann


REGION Cortland Bancorp will rebuy stock shares CORTLAND -- Cortland Bancorp has authorized the

COLUMBIANA CORNER Blasdel co-sponsors 'Sunday hunting' bill

State Rep. Charles Blasdel of East Liverpool, R-3rd, is co-sponsoring the so-called "Sunday hunting"


IN TUNE With Ronald Wisbith Age: 66 Hometown: Koppel, Pa.; now lives near Rogers, Columbiana

Help with heating

Help with heating YOUNGSTOWN -- Low-income people whose gas or electric service has been shut off,

Report: Youths threatened girl

LIBERTY -- A 14-year-old girl who accused an Austintown youth of rape was threatened by him and

WAR ON TERRORISM Rumsfeld says Iran helped Al-Qaida flee

The secretary of defense wouldn't reveal what, if any, response the United States is planning.

DIANE MAKAR MURPHY Professor finds a lot to talk about in all that jazz

The year is 1933. Hitler has come to power. In the United States, Prohibition is over, and jazz

Schools work on attendance

The latest score represents improvement over the previous year's results. By DENISE DICK

Footprints in snow lead to suspects

Footprints in snow lead to suspects AUSTINTOWN -- Police said they followed footprints in the snow

YSU foreign student: I feel safe here

One of the two Kuwaiti students who left YSU after Sept. 11 has returned. By RON COLE VINDICATOR

WARREN Mother charged in 3 babies' deaths

The defense attorney said his client has two living children and has cooperated with police. By


TUESDAY Bazetta Township trustees, 7:30 p.m., township hall. West Farmington council, 7:30 p.m.,

Nothing is taken for granted by workers at ground zero

Opinion: Nearly five months after two airliners rammed the twin towers of the World Trade Center, remarkable

TCI guards: Prosecute assaults by inmates

A guard said that assaults have increased steadily since 1999. By PEGGY SINKOVICH and AMANDA C.

YOUNGSTOWN Police investigate robberies, two rapes

A teen-age girl and a disabled woman said they were raped in separate situations. YOUNGSTOWN --