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ASSOCIATIONS XYoungstown Branch of the American Association of University Women will meet at 10

LEETONIA Village seeks input on sidewalk plan

The village is accepting written comments through Feb. 28. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM

Set your affection on things above, not on things on the earth.

Set your affection on things above, not on things on the earth. Colossians 3:2

BEAVER, PA. Man faces charges of luring girl over Net

The suspect and victim communicated by Internet and phone before meeting, police said. BEAVER, Pa.

Kidney disease killed Herod, researcher says

Kidney disease killed Herod, researcher says BALTIMORE -- King Herod, the bloodthirsty Judean


YSU Women's team hosts Loyola YOUNGSTOWN -- The Youngstown State women's basketball team goes

Annual meeting set

Annual meeting set YOUNGSTOWN -- Protestant Family Service will have its 31st Annual Meeting on

TRUMBULL COUNTY Panel to consider outdoor lab sites

Two sites are being offered for the hands-on program. By AMANDA C. DAVIS VINDICATOR TRUMBULL

Waldorf leads Phoenix Open

Waldorf leads Phoenix Open The farther away from the hole, the better off Duffy Waldorf was Friday

HOWLAND Major changes made to plan for Raglan Drive and Route 46

A left turn lane will be added to North River Road at state Route 46. HOWLAND -- The Ohio


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Tony L. Caruso Jr., 22, of 233 Lowell Ave., Boardman, and

Sixty-two percent of consumers shopping for new vehicles in 2001 turned to the Internet for

Sixty-two percent of consumers shopping for new vehicles in 2001 turned to the Internet for

OHIO/PENNSYLVANIA Kennedy Catholic upends Warren JFK

An opening run and a fourth period rally were all the defending PIAA state champs needed. By BILL

CITY SERIES Wilson's rally produces victory

The Redmen went on a 13-0 run in the final minutes to pull out the win. By BOB ROTH VINDICATOR

MAHONING VALLEY Cancer society seeks teams for events

Each relay begins at 6 p.m. Friday and goes until 6 p.m. Saturday, with cancer survivors walking the

Forum Health Trumbull Memorial

Forum Health Trumbull Memorial Gayle Smokal, 1201 Youngstown-Warren Road, Niles, girl, Jan. 24.

TAC Badger cruises past Brookfield

The Braves used a 22-3 run to remain in the hunt for the league lead. By DOUG CHAPIN VINDICATOR

Wellsville man pleads guilty to 53 charges

LISBON -- A Wellsville man faces a maximum prison sentence of more than 275 years after pleading

10 women indicted in phone service scam

The case was investigated by the FBI's Youngstown office and Liberty and Hubbard police departments.


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

Sheriff says he planned appeal on Chance's rank

The assistant prosecutor said he was working on getting the appeal together when the deputy

PENNSYLVANIA Battle of the 'bound goes to Blackhawk

The Cougars reclaimed the paint in a 62-55 win over Moon. By ERIC POOLE VINDICATOR

Appropriate clothing geared to weather in various areas

Outerwear should be selected to suit region where you live. ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK --

Blunt impact caused death of baby, forensic expert says

By JoANNE VIVIANO VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- A single blunt impact that cracked his


STOCK, DIVIDENDBIDASKED Avalon Holdings,3.103.25 Banc One,.84,39.1239.22 Clear Channel, 47.90

COLUMBUS Candidate hopefuls seek Dem backing

Democrats are close to firming up their statewide slate for November. By JEFF ORTEGA VINDICATOR

Youngstown school board should think before it spends

Opinion: Seven million dollars is a lot of money, and yet, it can be a pittance. It falls to the Youngstown

Pitching in for grant

Pitching in for grant LIBERTY -- Township businesses are being asked to contribute money to help

Super Bowl of Ink comes clean about body art

Body artists caution about making the right decisions. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


Poland -- 9 a.m. to noon March 2 and 9 at Union Elementary School, 30 Riverside Drive. McDonald -- 9

Bachelor's degrees, unless otherwise noted.

Bachelor's degrees, unless otherwise noted. PENN STATE UNIVERSITY EDINBURG -- Michele Ambrosia,


COLUMBIANA CO. Indictments A Columbiana County grand jury has handed up indictments against

SHENANGO VALLEY Legislators explain where the budget surplus went

A shaky economy could spell problems for a number of state programs, officials said. By HAROLD

Medicines shouldn't be either-or proposition

Opinion: In the four months that legislation sponsored by state Sen. Robert F. Hagan, D-Youngstown, and state

YOUNGSTOWN Closing arguments to come in cops' trial

Jurors could begin deliberating Monday morning. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR COURTHOUSE REPORTER

Springfield leaves mark from arc

The Tigers stayed undefeated in the ICL with a 76-37 win over South Range. By BRIAN RICHESSON

TRANSFER, Pa. -- The Reynolds High basketball team outscored Mercer 44-14 in the second half Friday

TRANSFER, Pa. -- The Reynolds High basketball team outscored Mercer 44-14 in the second half Friday

Street gangs in school

Street gangs in school In 1999, 17 percent of students ages 12 through 18 reported that they had

U.S. retains some jury testimony

Richard Detore's trial is set for late July. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME REPORTER

SUCCESS FOR ALL Elementary program inspires kids to read

Teachers have started extra programs to help encourage more reading. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR

OHIO Passage of bar shows sharp increase

Cincinnati and Ohio State recorded the highest bar passage rates. COLUMBUS -- Passage rates have


BOYS BASKETBALL SCORES AREA Wilson 59, Rayen 50 Fitch 57, Mooney 50 Ursuline 64, Warren

Philomena appeals

Philomena appeals YOUNGSTOWN -- Former Mahoning County Prosecutor James A. Philomena is appealing

LAWRENCE CO. Hearing tries to untangle legality

Police said the suspect never asked for an attorney. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR NEW CASTLE

If reassessments stand, Sharon will lose $22,000 in tax revenue

SHARON, Pa. -- The city is facing the loss of more than $22,000 in real estate tax revenue if a list

NATION GM opts to revamp designing process

NATION GM opts to revamp designing process DETROIT -- General Motors Corp. plans to restructure

Agony of defeat

Agony of defeat Huddled over to hide her face, Picabo Street sat in the snow and cried.

SRU program certifies people to be principals

SRU program certifies people to be principals SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. -- Teachers can acquire the

TRUMBELL ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Bakker's steal seals victory for Lakeview over Hubbard

The Eagles' fourth-quarter rally cut the Bulldogs' lead to three points. CORTLAND -- Brandon

TRUMBULL COUNTY Ex-engineer who stole county funds wants court to give him a clean slate

The county prosecutor filed a motion asking that a special prosecutor be appointed to handle the

LISBON Charges will be added in rape case

Police say the defendant has admitted the crimes. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU

STEEL VALLEY CONFERENCE Mayes leads Fitch past Mooney

He scored 21 points and had a game-high 16 rebounds in a 57-50 win. By GREG GULAS VINDICATOR

Warren's 'warrior' remembered

The memory of Coach Frank Bubba was alive during the Raiders' game at Ursuline. By JOE SCALZO

METRO ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Poland's fast start leads to 58-44 win over 'Cats

The Bulldogs jumped out to a 19-8 lead and remained unbeaten in the league. By CHUCK HOUSTEAU


NORTHFIELD RESULTS FRIDAY 1st--Brass Snaps(Pantaleano) Cosmic Revolution(D