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Government seeks anonymity for jury

Federal prosecutors have proposed a list of questions to ask potential jurors. By PATRICIA MEADE


COLLEGE SCHEDULE TODAY SOUTH Clemson (3-1) at Florida St. (4-1), 7:30 p.m. MIDWEST

SALEM Budget error to be fixed

The city will take bids later this month for improvements to East State Street. By NORMAN LEIGH

BEATING CASE Victim to testify on tape

Prosecutors are concerned about the man's fragile health. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR COURTHOUSE

CAMPBELL Council to interview applicants for vacancy

Council has 30 days to appoint a new member. CAMPBELL -- Four people have applied so far to

AUSTINTOWN Two face charges in separate reports of domestic violence

AUSTINTOWN -- Police arrested a South Edgehill Avenue boy and a Chadwick Lane woman Wednesday, after

LIBERTY Trustees approve pay raise for officers

The contract allows for an insurance committee to contain costs, the administrator said. By TIM

SHARON POLICE City's captain of dectectives named acting police chief

SHARON, Pa. -- Tom Burke won't officially take over as police chief until Mayor-elect David O. Ryan


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GIRLS BASKETBALL Warriors register seventh victory

West Branch ran its winning steak to five games by defeating Salem. By GARY HOUSTEAU

CANFIELD Judge defends Boak decision

The judge acknowledged that he knows the councilman, but only on a casual basis. By DAVID SKOLNICK

STANLEY E. PETERSON Former FBI agent, chief of police dies of cancer

An FBI investigation of the former agent resulted in no charges. YOUNGSTOWN -- Stanley E.

Fire labeled arson

Fire labeled arson CAMPBELL -- The state fire marshal's office has attributed a New Year's Day


BIRTHS Forum Health Northside Davene Lovaglio and Casey Urban, 465 Dakota Ave., McDonald, girl,

LAWRENCE COUNTY The firing of chief is upheld

The former police chief said he will appeal the decision. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR NEW CASTLE

NILES Sworn in, council assigns committees for next 2 years

NILES -- Law Director J. Terrence Dull swore in Richard Bullock as city treasurer Wednesday. Bullock

Studios pack DVDs full of added special features

Some DVDs have more than eight hours of extra material, but how much is too much? By J. FREEDOM du


NORTHFIELD RESULTS WEDNESDAY 1st--Two Days Bad News28.2011.404.00 Christmas Glory(C

OSU the best of the Big 10's poor bowl showings

Opinion: In their 31-28 loss to South Carolina, at least the Ohio State University Buckeyes didn't totally

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HERMITAGE $10,000 worth of jewelry stolen from mall location

The intruders smashed open all the glass jewelry cases in the store. By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Richard H. Mullen, 26, of 5097 E. Middletown Road, New


REGION FirstEnergy enters deal with supermarket chain AKRON -- FirstEnergy Solutions Corp., a

PENNSYLVANIA Grove City jars Sharon in OT

The Eagles scored their ninth win with an all-around team effort. By BILL ALBRIGHT VINDICATOR

GIRARD SCHOOLS Court clears path for trial of board

Board officials say they do not know if they will appeal the case to the state Supreme Court. By

STRUTHERS Plan sets deadline to repair complex

By PAUL WHEATLEY VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER STRUTHERS -- Steel worker Scott Nevel sees the Spring

Maennerchor to celebrate anniversary with open house

YOUNGSTOWN -- The Youngstown Maennerchor, 831 Mahoning Ave., will have an open house from 3-9 p.m.


Christopher and Ellen Oliva of Plainview, N.Y., are announcing the birth of their first child, a

2 men escape after robbing Antone's in Austintown

AUSTINTOWN -- Two men robbed Antone's restaurant on Mahoning Avenue on Wednesday night while

WARREN Judge denies DeJute's motion to dismiss

The former MVSD director's trial has been postponed to Feb. 19. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR

Euro is more than money, it's a call for European unity

Opinion: There are more Europeans today buying and selling things with a single currency than there are

DIANE MAKAR MURPHY A historic look through a cracked crystal ball

Tucked inside a coat pocket is my pink Gypsy Madame prediction card, wrinkled from years of casual

Mayor, 19, takes oath

Mayor, 19, takes oath MERCER, Pa. -- A recent Mercer High School graduate who may be the nation's

STRUTHERS Council committee appointments

Danny Thomas Jr., city council president, has made these committee appointments for the 2002-2003

First look at Horizon hurts

Wisconsin-Milwaukee guard Ronnie Jones had 33 points as the Panthers outplayed Youngstown State.

Entrants to eat, race for charity

SHARON, Pa. -- More than 300 people are expected to participate in the annual Frostbite Foodtaste

TRAFICANT CASE U.S. opposes separate trial for Detore

The government intends to call Jane Garvey, FAA administrator, as a witness. By PATRICIA MEADE

Man goes on trial in beating death

Man goes on trial in beating death BOSTON -- Prosecutors have asked a judge for permission to show

Groundhog Day security increased

PUNXSUTAWNEY, Pa. (AP) -- When Phil pops his head out of his hole Feb. 2 to tell people whether or

LORDSTOWN School officials explore options for career center

Niles, which sends the most students to the James center, rejected the new contract last month. By


CITY SERIES LeagueAll games Wilson0-03-3 Chaney0-03-5 Rayen0-02-4 STEEL VALLEY CONFERENCE

YWCA Fate of pool to be decided

Swimming pool revenues don't even cover lifeguards' wages. By PETER H. MILLIKEN VINDICATOR STAFF

YOUNGSTOWN 2 die in Market Street crash; police cite speed and alcohol

The city recorded 10 traffic fatalities last year. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME REPORTER


YSU Falls' Hutchinson will be a Penguin NEWTON FALLS -- Marty Hutchinson, a senior at Newton

Board to decide pool's fate

Swimming pool revenues don't even cover lifeguards' wages. By PETER H. MILLIKEN VINDICATOR STAFF


BASEBALL The Baseball School -- will offer group hitting lessons on Monday evenings through Jan.

SISMAN SLAYING Batcho enters a deal for plea

The state's case was crippled by the loss of the mob gunman's prior courtroom testimony. By BOB

CANFIELD Judge: Putting Boak in office is public's will



MEN'S BASKETBALL Thursday's Scores Ohio Horizon League Cleveland St. 66, Wis.-Green Bay 55

Technology lab for disabled

The local need for such a facility is huge, the campus dean says. By AMANDA C. DAVIS


RETURN WITH A FURY All Lamond Murray wanted was to get back into the lineup. Instead, he scored

Congress should insist on airline responsibility

Opinion: Congress should insist on airline responsibility EDITOR: Several weeks ago I attended a family

Famous families gather in Aspen

Famous families gather in Aspen ASPEN, Colo. -- Maybe it's the times we live in or maybe