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AGENDA

AGENDA TUESDAY Boardman Township trustees, 5 p.m., special meeting to discuss fire house


Police warn of thieves

Police warn of thieves HUBBARD -- Township police are asking property owners to be on the lookout


COLUMBIANA CORNER Yes we're laughing -- so, sue us

Columbiana County Commissioners managed to joke recently, even if the topic was the not-so-funny


Girard woman suspects she was drugged

AUSTINTOWN -- A Girard woman told police she may have been drugged at a Youngstown bar. The 22-


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Supreme Court majority ignored the religious effect of the school voucher cause

Opinion: The five-member majority of the Supreme Court of the United States has endorsed a fiction that the


MELISSA GLISTA JAMES HENDERSON

MELISSA GLISTA JAMES HENDERSON AUSTINTOWN -- Melissa Jean Glista, daughter of Leonard and Velma


ROTH BROTHERS 8, RIORDANS SPORTS 6

Riordans0330000--6132 Roth140120X--8102 Brian Sansom, Steve Micsky (2), Mike Smallwood (5), Paul


CHASITY MORRISON GERALD BRADFORD

CHASITY MORRISON GERALD BRADFORD BOARDMAN -- Chasity Morrison, daughter of William and Charla


BIRTHS

BIRTHS Forum Health Northside Lawanda Williams, 148 Brooklyn, Youngstown, boy, June 29. Danny


MAHONING COUNTY Deputy coroner post still vacant

County officials are looking again at creating a regional forensics center. By BOB JACKSON


MELISSA BOBOVECZ JAMES HIVNER

MELISSA BOBOVECZ JAMES HIVNER HOWLAND -- The exchange of nuptial vows took place June 1 as Melissa


Heron there and everywhere

The nesting site is the third largest in the state, officials say. By AMY HOUSLEY VINDICATOR


THERESA GIUDICI ANDREW GUIDO

THERESA GIUDICI ANDREW GUIDO LAS VEGAS -- Theresa Sebastiano Giudici, 219 Pennsylvania Ave.,


Extra officers on duty

Extra officers on duty HUBBARD -- The township police department will have additional patrol


ONE ON ONE | Scott White Police drug dog is partner's best friend, Bar none

While you're on light duty, Bar isn't able to work either, so what does an out-of-work drug-patrol


YOUNGSTOWN Cops respond to 911 call, find body

Relatives received a call from an unidentified woman and went to the house. YOUNGSTOWN -- Inside a


GREAT BLUE HERONS Fast facts

Height: Around 4 feet for an adult. Wingspan: Up to 7 feet. Coloring: Body is grayish-blue. Head


YOUNGSTOWN Resident works to stop cases of lead poisoning

Bill Watterson is concerned about the presence of lead in homes built before 1978. By SHERRI L.


CHRISTINE CONWAY MICHAEL SLANINA

CHRISTINE CONWAY MICHAEL SLANINA YOUNGSTOWN -- The Rev. John Keehner solemnized the marriage of


Wick Avenue churches have planned the following events in conjunction with the Festival of the Arts

Wick Avenue churches have planned the following events in conjunction with the Festival of the Arts


YPD veteran graduates from FBI program

YPD veteran graduates from FBI program YOUNGSTOWN -- Lt. William Powell, commander of the


Park Explorers program

Park Explorers program YOUNGSTOWN -- Mill Creek Metroparks will have a program called Mill Creek


CRIME STOPPERS Greater Youngstown

Matthew M. Condrey is the focus of Crime Stoppers of Greater Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley


with Scott White

with Scott White Age: 37. Hometown: Youngstown. Occupation: Detective sergeant, Youngstown


MAHONING VALLEY Squad targets armed dealers

The Warren police chief said the city doesn't have enough staff to assign a full-time officer to the


HOLIDAY CLOSINGS

HOLIDAY CLOSINGS Independence Day Agencies and other businesses that will be closed Independence


CLASS B Propane, Academy remain at the top

The playoffs featuring four teams begin Wednesday. STRUTHERS -- Youngstown Propane and Line Drive


AMY GUSTAVSON MICHAEL GARLAND

AMY GUSTAVSON MICHAEL GARLAND BOARDMAN -- Amy L. Gustavson, daughter of Karen Gustavson of


3David Sweet succeeds Leslie Cochran as YSU president. Cochran and his wife, Lin, sell their Rayen Avenue home to Thermal Ventures for $637,500.

Beaver Township Zoning Commission rejects a proposal to rezone land along Pine Lake for construction


WORTH A LOOK

FESTIVALS XSt. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, 220 N. Walnut St., Youngstown, will hold its Greek


GAME TIME Tonight

Who: Scrappers (7-6) at Cyclones (8-5). When: 7:05 p.m. Radio: WNIO-AM (1390).


Steals, sacrifice defeat Scrappers

The Cyclones manufactured a run to win Sunday's 11-inning game in Brooklyn. VINDICATOR STAFF


ADVICE CONTINUES

ADVICE CONTINUES The columns Ann Landers completed before her death will be published by The


Steals, sacrifice fly defeat Scrappers

The Cyclones manufactured a run to win Sunday's 11-inning game in Brooklyn. VINDICATOR STAFF


Judge Evans shows little regard for crime, victims

Opinion: Judge Evans shows little regard for crime, victims EDITOR: On June 20, 2002, I had my first


Not your daddy's Cavalier

By DON SHILLING VINDICATOR BUSINESS EDITOR YOUNGSTOWN -- A more powerful engine, some high-tech


VIENNA If two counties bail out, how will regional airport fly solo?

Capital-improvement projects at the airport continue, thanks to federal grants. THE VINDICATOR,


REGION Diversity of 4-H attracts city folk

4-H in the Mahoning and Shenango valleys has many faces. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU


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