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PUBLIC SAFETY | Citations

The Ohio Department of Public Safety, responsible for enforcement of liquor, tobacco and gambling


LISA DAVIA ERIC RUBENSTEIN

LISA DAVIA ERIC RUBENSTEIN GROVE CITY, Pa. -- Lisa M. DaVia of Grove City became the bride of Eric


MCDONALD Pact won't change mill operations, officials say

McDonald Steel employees will receive 15 percent pay raises and won't have to pay for health


TRAFICANT CASE Detore misses court date; pretrial reset

The trial is still on for July 29. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME REPORTER CLEVELAND -- A


WARREN Attorneys say Joy won't pay unexpected bill

The course operator said he is shocked by the electric company's request. By PEGGY SINKOVICH


NEWTON FALLS Council recall petitions certified

Traficant and Davis collected enough signatures to run for Congress as independents. By STEPHEN


REVIVING THE EVERGLADES

Opinion: Washington Post: Will the massive $8 billion program for re-plumbing the Everglades actually succeed


KOS SLAYING Judge: Use man's words

The judge said the defendant never directly asked for an attorney. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR


GAIL WHITE Standing united, America's blessings will flow

I will celebrate freedom this Fourth of July surrounded by family and friends. In the morning, we


GIRARD SCHOOLS 4 from Valley seek job as chief

The board was to conduct its third interview session today. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


BOARDMAN Firehouse renewals weighed

Early estimates are double the allotted dollar amount. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR STAFF


DIVE IN: Autumn Carter, 11, of Greenford back dives into the Columbiana Swimming Pool. Temperatures

DIVE IN: Autumn Carter, 11, of Greenford back dives into the Columbiana Swimming Pool. Temperatures


Bus service to continue in Lawrence County

Lawrence County's new clock tower should be installed in September. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR


Woman robbed at home

Woman robbed at home GIRARD -- A gunman got away with about $400 in a holdup Tuesday afternoon at


First prayer from schools, now God from Pledge

Opinion: First prayer from schools, now God from Pledge EDITOR: Wake up people. Again the minority is


MAHONING VALLEY Agencies: Budget cuts will hurt communities

The cuts couldn't have come at a worse time for Columbiana County, a commissioner said. By DAVID


JENNIFER VANSUCH JASON BLAIR

JENNIFER VANSUCH JASON BLAIR YOUNGSTOWN -- The wedding of Jennifer VanSuch and Jason Blair, both


Associated Press

Associated Press AMERICAN PRIDE: Richard Mak and about 200 volunteers are planning to visit each


Mercer County Grange Fair set to begin

MERCER, Pa. -- The weeklong 38th annual Mercer County Grange Fair on Pa. Route 58, east of Mercer,


AP file photo, Aug. 21, 2001

AP file photo, Aug. 21, 2001 MEDICAL PIONEER: Robert Tools, an artificial-heart recipient, holds


OHIO 2 congressmen will return funds donated by WorldCom

However, Ohio's two U.S. senators said they have no plans to return the funds contributed by


YSU

YSU Mays, Burley earn preseason honors HATBORO, Pa. -- The Sports Network preseason All-America


Equipment stolen

Equipment stolen BOARDMAN -- A chiropractor reported that $3,500 in equipment was stolen from her


Express takes 2-1 lead in Little 'b'

STRUTHERS -- Youngstown Express defeated Astro Falcons 10-4 Tuesday to take a 2 games to 1 lead in


GIRARD Teacher is let go, but he didn't know

Don Rex says he had to go find out if he had a job next year. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


TRUMBULL COUNTY Officials face decision on building

The price tag for repairs will be more than $41,000. By STEPHEN SIFF VINDICTOR TRUMBULL STAFF


HOT TIMES

HOT TIMES Past years How does this summer's heat compare so far? JUNE 2001 Average


American Indian event

American Indian event AUSTINTOWN -- An American Indian powwow to honor U.S. military veterans will


Summer doldrums? Cool it

By KATIE-NELL SCANLON VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER HOT. REAL HOT. BUT HOTTER than usual? Yup.


Campbell man faces charge in shooting that wounded teen

CAMPBELL -- A shooting this morning left an 18-year-old woman hospitalized. Police said a 27-year-


EVANGELINA MIRANDA JOHN MILLER JR.

EVANGELINA MIRANDA JOHN MILLER JR. BOARDMAN -- John M. Miller Jr. and his bride, the former


MICHELLE ORR NATHANIEL SIKORA

MICHELLE ORR NATHANIEL SIKORA NORTH LIMA --Michelle Orr and Nathaniel Sikora, both of 510


BIRTHS

BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Anthony and Genevieve Takash, Niles, boy, July 2. Elaine Sallaz and Jamie


& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;ALTHOUSE & lt;/B & gt;,

& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;ALTHOUSE & lt;/B & gt;, Kathryn B., 91, of Niles;


HOLLY MCBRIDE ROBERT KRUPITZER

HOLLY MCBRIDE ROBERT KRUPITZER YOUNGSTOWN -- The Rev. Frank Lehnerd officiated June 1 at St.


GIRARD SCHOOLS Superintendent candidates

Here is a list of candidates seeking to become permanent superintendent of Girard City Schools. No


WARREN Attorneys say Joy won't pay unexpected electric bill

By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF WARREN -- Attorneys representing the operator of


POLICE CALLS

POLICE CALLS Canfield Summary of police activity: CANFIELD June 22 Drug paraphernalia: A


ON AREA DIAMONDS Youth baseball

BABE RUTH (14-15s) Commercial Neon 21, Central Optical 8 -- Dan Balog led a 17-hit attack with a


Hunter's bullet strikes 5-year-old

NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. -- A 5-year-old boy was injured by a stray bullet fired by a hunter near his


BAZETTA Trumbull Co. fair begins Tuesday

BAZETTA -- Veterans and safety forces will be honored as a part of the 156th Trumbull County Fair


ELIZABETH CASEY KEITH KIMOCK

ELIZABETH CASEY KEITH KIMOCK CAMPBELL -- The marriage of Elizabeth Casey, daughter of Bill and Jan


BOARDMAN Victim's widow asks why suspect was free

An assistant county prosecutor said the situation is not unusual. By JoANNE VIVIANO VINDICATOR


INDICTMENTS | Mahoning County

The following people were indicted Tuesday by a Mahoning County grand jury: Timothy Johnson, 46,


MAHONING COUNTY Relief efforts combine

The idea is to coordinate the flow of donated goods to a disaster site. By BOB JACKSON


SALEM COUNCIL Law firm to help in talks

A service organization has a special contest planned for later this summer. By NORMAN LEIGH


GETTING IT RIGHT

BFI of Ohio, Youngstown district, and Waste Management are not closed Monday. They are closed July 4


'Indivisible,' you say? Not judging by flap over pledge

Opinion: Sometimes it's best to just take a breath. For instance, it would have been better if the


Pharmaceutical companies have a lot of explaining to do

Opinion: The nation's drug companies can no longer attribute the skyrocketing prices of their products to


TRACK AND FIELD

TRACK AND FIELD YOUNGSTOWN STRIDERS KIDSFEST MEET RESULTS (At East Liverpool) Girls: (9-10)


YOUNGSTOWN Flask requests dismissal

The attorney general's setbacks in two similar lawsuits led the former MVSD director to take this


Men 'over-diagnosed' for cancer, study says

Men 'over-diagnosed' for cancer, study says WASHINGTON -- Many men over 60 are receiving


WARREN Judge rules charges stand

The city auditor's case will go to trial in September. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


Police arrest felon trying to buy firearm

Police arrest felon trying to buy firearm NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- State police say they are cracking


AUTO INDUSTRY Sales drop slightly, but discounts soar

GM had the best June sales among U.S. automakers. STAFF/WIRE REPORT DETROIT -- Chevrolet


The Vindicator/Lindsay Semple

The Vindicator/Lindsay Semple WADING AROUND: One-year-old Seth Stoy of Lisbon cools off in the


Criminal information

Criminal information CLEVELAND -- A criminal information has been filed in federal court against