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SALEM Crews try to stay on track to fix crossings

Crews work on one set of tracks at a time so that train traffic can be maintained. By NORMAN


DONEGAL, PA. Offramps will close at busy interchange

The exit is heavily traveled by skiers and white-water rafters. DONEGAL, Pa. -- The Pennsylvania


Crews try to stay on track to fix crossings

Crews work on one set of tracks at a time so that train traffic can be maintained. By NORMAN


Officers in schools fill need for positive influence

Probation officers in all city high schools and one middle school see students on a daily basis.


YOUTH BOWLING National tournament to take place July 15-17

GREENDALE, Wisc. -- Young American Bowling Alliance members from around the world will compete for


FAST FACTS The Yiddish language

Yiddish is considered a language of fusion, with German its primary influence. About 82 percent of


Highlights of the life and career of baseball superstar Ted Williams:

Highlights of the life and career of baseball superstar Ted Williams: EARLY YEARS Born Aug. 30,


CLASS B PLAYOFFS

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WARREN Health center plans opening

The center offers services such as diabetes management, dental, hearing and speech, pediatrics and


Forgive the Red Cross and donate blood

Opinion: Blood supplies in Northeast Ohio and around the nation are in critically short supply. While


75th anniversary

75th anniversary WARREN -- St. John the Baptist Orthodox Church, 2220 Reeves Road, is making plans


Man gets 60 days in county jail

While in jail, the defendant has a summer full of court cases. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR


YOUNGSTOWN Officers in schools fill need for positive influence

Probation officers in all city high schools and one middle school see students on a daily basis.


MiniPage Teacher's Guide

MiniPage Teacher's Guide MiniPage activities meet many state and national educational standards.


Lions club holds installation announces committee heads

A member was recognized for outstanding volunteer service. HOWLAND -- The installation of officers


PEW SURVEY Pastor's reactions

The Rev. Susan Cox-Johnson of Broadway United Methodist Church in Kansas City, Mo., didn't read too


BOARDMAN Noisy nights are still an issue

One couple said they are looking for a little less noise at night. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR.


BABE RUTH LEAGUE Semifinals kick off Monday

Four teams will square off in two best-of-three series. YOUNGSTOWN -- The Youngstown Babe Ruth


ATTENTION TO DETAIL: Craftsman Srinivasan Porooran works on the small details on an image of Varaga,

ATTENTION TO DETAIL: Craftsman Srinivasan Porooran works on the small details on an image of Varaga,


Army Navy Auxiliary 29 represented at annual encampment in Hudson

YOUNGSTOWN -- Army Navy Auxiliary 29 was represented by Nancy Weimer, president, and Patricia Baun


ODOT schedules meeting to discuss Route 46 project

MINERAL RIDGE -- The Ohio Department of Transportation will hold a public meeting from 5 p.m. to 7


AP file photo, 1999

AP file photo, 1999 FAREWELL TO A LEGEND: Hall of Famer Ted Williams, baseball's last .400 hitter,


LISTINGS | Vacation Bible School

Boardman United Methodist Church, 6809 Market St., Boardman. Theme: Son Canyon River Adventure.


Austintown man injured in shooting

YOUNGSTOWN -- A 29-year-old Austintown man was treated at Forum Health Northside Medical Center for


YOUNGSTOWN Man gets 60 days in county jail

While in jail, the defendant has a summer full of court cases. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR


AREA DIAMONDS Youth baseball

Tri-T Pony (ages 13-14) Salem VFW 18, Austintown Optimist 8 -- Ben Miller went 3-for-3 with a home


Health center plans opening

The center offers services such as diabetes management, dental, hearing and speech, pediatrics and


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FOOTBALL Ursuline's Irizarry picks Ohio State

VINDICATOR STAFF REPORT YOUNGSTOWN -- Louis Irizarry, a senior tight end at Ursuline High, has


CLUB CALENDAR

ASSOCIATIONS XAlliance Area Retired Teachers Association will meet for lunch at noon July 19 at


AREA

AREA Zanic honored BEAVER FALLS, Pa. -- Van Zanic, Geneva College sports information director


Deans appointed

Deans appointed YOUNGSTOWN -- Bishop Thomas J. Tobin has appointed priests as deans in their


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Ex-teammate says Williams was great hitter, great person

Floyd Baker lived in the same apartment complex in Boston. By ROB TODOR VINDICATOR SPORTS EDITOR


Deputy sheriffs investigate death

BRACEVILLE -- The Trumbull County Sheriff's Department is continuing to investigate the shooting


Bishop to speak

Bishop to speak BOARDMAN -- Bishop John Michael Botean, of the Romanian Byzantine Catholic Diocese


STRUTHERS Line Drive defeats Youngstown Express

STRUTHERS -- Line Drive upended Youngstown Express 11-4 Friday to win its best-of-three Class B


Noisy nights are still an issue

One couple said they are looking for a little less noise at night. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR.


Washington Post

Washington Post UNDER CONSTRUCTION: The tower, or rajagopuram, which is under construction, will


REGISTERED SKEET SHOOT Firecracker Open, July 4

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RACING NASCAR, Soap Box Derby team to unite American traditions

The new relationship will benefit both acclaimed racing organizations. SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR


Man arrested, turned over to Niles police

NILES -- A Mineral Ridge man was arrested in Austintown, then turned over to the Niles Police


Big Brothers, Big Sisters to hold picnic

CANFIELD -- Big Brothers and Big Sisters will have a volunteer recruitment picnic at 1 p.m. next


Local veterans retire flags with decorum and honor

At left, John P. Brown III of Boardman retires an American flag in the only acceptable manner: He


Al-Qaida fighters add to instability in Kashmir

Opinion: The presence of large numbers of terrorists with ties to Osama bin Laden anywhere in the world would


Police standoff closes California highway

Police standoff closes California highway PALO ALTO, Calif. -- A man led police on a 100 mph


GETTING IT RIGHT

It was incorrectly stated in a June 28 article that ITT Technical Institute in Youngstown is


GRADUATES

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHARLOTTE Boardman -- Travis J. Woods, history. JOHN CARROLL


ERNIE BROWN A big change at the half-century mark

This column is dedicated to two significant milestones in my life -- I'm leaving the city of my


Water main repairs

Water main repairs AUSTINTOWN -- Water service will be shut off Monday from 9 a.m. to about 1 p.m.


17TH DISTRICT Failed bid for seat leaves debt

The outgoing congressman's campaign is about $35,000 in debt. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR


GAME TIME Tonight

Who: Scrappers (10-8) at Jamestown (10-7). When: 7:05 p.m. Radio: WNIO-AM (1390).


Failed bid for seat leaves debt

The outgoing congressman's campaign is about $35,000 in debt. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR


Powwow highlights traditions

By ROSA MERCADO VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER AUSTINTOWN -- There are some who consider dancing to be


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses David D. Turner, 45, of 6321 St. Andrews #29, Canfield, and


POLICE CALLS Girard, Liberty, Hubbard

Summary of police activity: GIRARD July 1 Theft: A man reported someone stole his bicycle