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ONE ON ONE | Jay Williams CDA chief's goal is to make agency more efficient

What's with the R. sometimes in front of your name, since everyone calls you Jay? My real name is


YSU BASKETBALL Today's games

MEN Who: YSU (3-13, 1-5 Horizon League) vs. Illinois-Chicago (10-9, 2-3). When: 4 p.m. Where:


Linnelli works for postseason

The Canfield High junior is off to her best start this year. By JOHN BASSETTI VINDICATOR SPORTS


Steelers 'trash' Baltimore

The Ravens did all the trash talking, while Pittsburgh rolled to a 27-10 win to reach the AFC title


with Jay Williams

with Jay Williams Age: 30. Hometown: Youngstown. Occupation: Director, Youngstown Community


Open trade agreements erode American industry

Opinion: Open trade agreements erode American industry EDITOR: Our Greatest Generation is being destroyed


YOUNGSTOWN 2 men in hospital after shootings

The shootings happened at about the same time. YOUNGSTOWN -- Police are investigating two


CRIMESTOPPERS Greater Youngstown

A felony warrant for Alfred M. Simmons is the focus of Crime Stoppers of Greater Youngstown this


About 58 percent of corporate travel managers say their companies will reduce travel because of the

About 58 percent of corporate travel managers say their companies will reduce travel because of the


COLUMBUS Supreme Court rules fees must be paid by country clubs

Firestone Country Club in Akron is one of the four clubs involved in the case. By MICHELE C.


Starting next week, careers columnist Amy Lindgren will have a new home in The Vindicator. Her

Starting next week, careers columnist Amy Lindgren will have a new home in The Vindicator. Her


SPINA BIFIDA

By WILLIAM K. ALCORN VINDICATOR HEALTH WRITER NEW MIDDLETOWN -- "I'm afraid the news is not


MERCER COUNTY Family wins honors at farm show

Area competitors scored well in a variety of contests at the annual show. HARRISBURG -- The Ken


NOTEBOOK From Heinz Field

Short yardage: Baltimore's offensive woes were evident in the final numbers: The Ravens rushed for


Pickup driver injured

Pickup driver injured YOUNGSTOWN -- A 21-year-old Oak Hill Avenue man was in stable condition in


MAHONING COUNTY 16 gambling searches conducted

The FBI said the probe into organized crime gambling will continue. YOUNGSTOWN -- Federal and


Community worship service remembers King's legacy

Dr. King was likened to Moses, who saw the promised land for his people. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR.


KNO

VILLE, Tenn. -- Martin Luther King III said that the nation should observe the holiday honoring his


BRITAIN

Opinion: BRITAIN Daily Telegraph, London, Jan. 16: The United States is likely to find the treatment of Al-


Spina bifida is the most frequently occurring, permanently disabling birth defect, affecting one in

Spina bifida is the most frequently occurring, permanently disabling birth defect, affecting one in


Assault prevention

Assault prevention CHAMPION -- The Trumbull Career & amp; Technical Center is offering an


LOCAL

LOCAL Girard's Barta competes in Masters RENO, Nev. -- Adam Barta of Girard finished 69th in the


BIRTHS

BIRTHS Forum Health Northside Daphne Denise Wright, 850 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. #125, boy,


Boardman boys fall to St. Ignatius, 79-59

CLEVELAND -- Three players scored in double figures as Cleveland St. Ignatius defeated Boardman 79-


COLLEGES Mohr steps up at Robert Morris

The East Palestine High graduate was ranked third in two categories this past season. By JOHN


Training seminar

Training seminar WARREN -- Western Reserve Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management


It's crystal clear: Tax renewal is essential

Opinion: Two years ago, in the midst of major political bloodletting, the voters of Mahoning County took an


Figuring out how a school district in the Appalachian town of Proctorville, Ohio, met all but one of

Figuring out how a school district in the Appalachian town of Proctorville, Ohio, met all but one of


SALEM Humane society narrows search for director

The agency has made building a new shelter a priority. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU


COURTS

COLUMBIANA COUNTY Divorces granted Donna White vs. Bruce White. Lisa Jones vs. William Jones.


TRUMBULL COUNTY Building a track doesn't guarantee a spot in NASCAR, official warns

Tracks face stiff competition to land the big races. By STEPHEN SIFF VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


AGENDA

AGENDA TUESDAY Mahoning County Planning Commission monthly meeting, 1 p.m., 50 Westchester


WORTH A LOOK

DINNER/DANCES XEast Palestine High School Band Parents Organization will sponsor a dinner dance


Hip-hop group takes stage at concert hall

Hip-hop group takes stage at concert hall NEW YORK -- A concert hall better known for its


New generations must know and value the Rev. Dr. King Jr.

Opinion: It was nearly 34 years ago that the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated. A generation


AUSTINTOWN Owner says The Upstairs wasn't used for shady deals

The restaurateur isn't sure what to tell the federal prosecutor, if anything. By PATRICIA MEADE


YOUNGSTOWN SCHOOLS Parents rate McGee lower than board

Some parents say the superintendent can't be singled out for the school system's low report card


Back on top

Back on top Phil Mickelson wasn't a bit surprised to win the first tournament he's played in


Back-ups come to Steelers rescue

Running back Jerome Bettis had a reaction to a pain shot and could not play. VINDICATOR STAFF


MERCER Vigil keeps alive hope POWs, MIAs are alive

Local veterans will gather at the east side of the Mercer County Courthouse for a 24-hour POW-MIA


Andersen executive defends firm's work

Andersen executive defends firm's work WASHINGTON -- Under attack for his firm's role as auditor