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YOUNGSTOWN School official: Only Cleveland has vouchers

School officials don't know when, or if, school vouchers will be available here. By RON COLE

"Because the Court can say that vouchers are constitutional -- just as the Court for 60 years said

Opinion: "Because the Court can say that vouchers are constitutional -- just as the Court for 60 years said

It's not who you know, it's what you don't know

Opinion: Those of our readers suffering under the illusion that ignorance of the law is no excuse, should


ALLISON BALCIAR JARRED FINNEY YOUNGSTOWN -- Allison Balciar and Jarred Finney exchanged wedding

Why not party in pajamas?

We think the world would be a better place if you could wear pajamas everywhere. Going to a fancy

MEMORABILIA Royal family collection to be auctioned

The collection includes some personal letters that will not be sold. By AMY HOUSLEY VINDICATOR

GAIL WHITE Pancakes and patriotism -- breakfast is served

When the Lakeview Assembly of God Church of Lake Milton holds its annual pancake breakfast Saturday,


ASSOCIATIONS XGold Torch Chapter of the American Business Women's Association will meet at 6:30


Opinion: Los Angeles Times: On Monday, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Christie Whitman stood


DONNA GIBSON ROY PHIFER JR. YOUNGSTOWN -- Donna Arlene Gibson became the bride of Roy Delaney

ON TRACK This week's events

NASCAR WINSTON CUP Pepsi 400 Schedule: Saturday, race (Fox, 7:30 p.m.). Track: Daytona

Gunshots cut power

Gunshots cut power YOUNGSTOWN -- Shots fired at an Ohio Edison substation on Gibson Street at

Blue birds of happiness

Opinion: Back when the Lordstown plant of General Motors Corp. was being built nearly 40 years ago, few would

BOARDMAN Health advocate: Eat veggies

Young people should look to a fruit and vegetable diet now, this 83-year-old advises. By JOHN W.

TEEN HEALTH Watch out for warning signs of eating problems

I think my friend may have an eating disorder. ... What should I do? TEENSHEALTH.ORG In our


MUSIC BUZZ The stuff you really gotta hear this sec SEVENTEEN MAGAZINE Jade Anderson, "Dive

BOARDMAN Agency to fund cleanup efforts

Half of the EPA money will be used to clean up an abandoned gas station. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR.


St. Elizabeth Amanda Upshire, 8287 Main Street, Apt. 1, Kinsman, boy, June 23. Melody Price and

SCHEDULE Winston Cup

The 2002 NASCAR Winston Cup schedule (winners in parentheses) and driver point standings: Feb. 17

ON AREA DIAMONDS Youth baseball

Tri-T COLT (15-16s) Austintown Home Depot 11, Columbiana Graft Electric 6 -- Winning pitcher Jim

Mahoning Valley must catch up to 21st century

Opinion: Mahoning Valley must catch up to 21st century EDITOR: Regarding a recent letter, it seems the


AUDRA RUSH ROBERT AGLER GIRARD -- The Rev. Phillip Kachersky heard the exchange of vows between

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MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Randy L. Jamison, 27, of 320 Kendis Circle, Youngstown, and

TRUMBULL COUNTY Woman, 22, found dead on her porch

Police said they were told that the woman and a male friend had been arguing recently. By PEGGY

Firearms charges

Firearms charges NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Phillip Fantone, 39, of Franklin Avenue is charged with

Park lot to be open for firewood loading

Park lot to be open for firewood loading YOUNGSTOWN -- Mill Creek MetroParks' wood storage lot on

Police seek assistance in dog-biting case

Police seek assistance in dog-biting case GIRARD -- Police are asking the public for help in

YOUNGSTOWN Officials speed up red-tag process

Three mothers charged with child endangering will be back in court this month. By PATRICIA MEADE


Fireworks will be set off at dusk today at Baird Mitchell Field behind the Poland Village Town Hall.

COLUMBIANA CO. Many praise tax move

Officeholders say additional revenue is desperately needed. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM

Christian reality TV

By D.A. WILKINSON VINDICATOR RELIGION EDITOR YOUNGSTOWN -- No humiliation, no one voted off, and

Kiddie rides

Cowboy or coverboy? This charmer already has achieved success at both. By AMY HOUSLEY VINDICATOR


LOCAL Ex-SRU coach lands new job GREENSBORO, NC -- Former Slippery Rock University men's