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MOLLY GRIMM DOUGLAS LEE

MOLLY GRIMM DOUGLAS LEE CANFIELD -- A honeymoon in Hawaii followed the wedding of Molly Ann Grimm,


ELIZABETH MATTHEWS DAVID FEO

ELIZABETH MATTHEWS DAVID FEO WINDERMERE, Fla. -- Mr. and Mrs. David Anthony Feo honeymooned on a


RUBENA ZIROUNIS DEMETRIOS PAPAKIRK

RUBENA ZIROUNIS DEMETRIOS PAPAKIRK YOUNGSTOWN -- Married at 3:30 p.m. May 26 at St. Nicholas Greek


HOW SHE SEES IT Finding a job not easy for many

Opinion: By SISTER ELAINE BERKOPEC SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR The heading "Welfare should provide help


Marathon volunteers

Marathon volunteers YOUNGSTOWN -- The Arthritis Foundation will have two recruitment meetings for


CAREER MOVES

BANKING WARREN -- Second National Bank has named Kenneth Vesper as assistant vice president, loan


SANDLOTS Area Little Leaguers set for district play

Almost 50 baseball and softball teams hope to qualify for state tournament berths. VINDICATOR


BOOK SIGNING

BOOK SIGNING At Barnes & amp; Noble Blasko will appear at Barnes & amp; Noble in


SCRAPPERS, NEW YORK-PENN STATISTICS

SCRAPPERS STATISTICS BATTING Avg.ABRHHRRBI Ben Francisco.5502051101 Jeff Haase.3643361237


Three city neighborhoods took vastly different approaches to achieve the same goal.

Three city neighborhoods took vastly different approaches to achieve the same goal. By ROGER G.


JULIET CAPELLAS PATRICK JENNINGS

JULIET CAPELLAS PATRICK JENNINGS HOUSTON -- Juliet Elizabeth Capellas and Patrick Thomas Jennings


KEYSTONE CLIPS Grant will trim trees, update airport setup

The New Castle Municipal Airport is receiving a grant to update its 25-year-old electrical system


HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL Offensive tackle from Austintown commits to play at Pitt

The 6-foot-5, 310-pounder has verbally committed to the Panthers, who play at Heinz Field. By JOE


AMY ROBINSON BRIAN JONES

AMY ROBINSON BRIAN JONES COLUMBUS -- St. Catharine Church was the setting at 2:30 p.m. June 1 as


LIMELIGHT Awards, achievements

YOUNGSTOWN -- Beth Finesilver, a buyer at Phar-Mor, was named a Buyer of the Year by Retail Pharmacy


'WELCOME TO THE BIG TIME' Losing title still hurts 'The Acorn'

Warren-area native Ernie Shavers had two good shots at being heavyweight champion of the world. By


SHALYNN DEMAIN PAUL KELLER

SHALYNN DEMAIN PAUL KELLER BOARDMAN -- The Rev. Daniel Venglarik heard the exchange of marriage


YOUNGSTOWN PLAYHOUSE Idora Park musical turns into a roller coaster ride

Unwritten agreements have led to a dispute between the theater and a playwright. By MARALINE KUBIK


SUMMER FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS Collaboration pays off

Traditional events and new features will compete for the attention of thousands attending the


POLICE CALLS Boardman, Poland

Summary of police activity: BOARDMAN June 24 Theft by deception: Police arrested a 45-year-old


LISA TAORMINA JASON DINGMAN

LISA TAORMINA JASON DINGMAN CANFIELD -- Exchanging marriage vows during a ceremony at 1:30 p.m.


On North Side, youths do bulk of work that residents cannot

The older women must find a way because there aren't very many younger families around anymore. By


DOCTORS

DOCTORS Graduates at Toledo Several area people have received their doctor of medicine degrees


America West pilots deserve to be grounded permanently

Opinion: The old sea chantey, "What do you do with a drunken sailor?" should be updated to accommodate the


AGENDA

AGENDA MONDAY Austintown Township, regular meeting, 7, township hall, 82 Ohltown Road.


GRETCHEN BAAL KEVIN CHUEY

GRETCHEN BAAL KEVIN CHUEY YOUNGSTOWN -- A reception was held at St. Mary Byzantine Catholic Church


Red Cross plans events for Labor Day weekend

BURTON -- Runners and walkers are invited to the annual American Red Cross events at the Geauga


Pa. agriculture official to present check at fair

Pa. agriculture official to present check at fair MERCER, Pa. -- Sam Hayes, Pennsylvania Secretary


MAHONING VALLEY SCRAPPERS

MAHONING VALLEY SCRAPPERS Today -- at Jamestown Monday -- at Jamestown Wednesday -- Vermont, 7


It's time to revisit proposal for regional forensic center

Opinion: Seven years have passed since area law enforcement agencies responded with an enthusiastic "yes"


FEATURED EVENTS | Who's performing

BLOSSOMS & amp; BUDS Group of students performing musical dramatizations with song and dance.


HELPING HANDS | Volunteering

Volunteer Services Agency, a United Way Agency, is a local resource for volunteer recruitment,


Aviles is happy to be back after a season in Burlington

Willie Aviles was with the Mahoning Valley Scrappers in the franchise's first two years of existence


BOOKS The write stuff goes on sale at public library

Proceeds from an annual book sale will benefit programs not covered by the library budget.


CURRENT PRICES Around the nation

Current prices are recorded from antiques shows, flea markets, sales and auctions throughout the


KATIE MCNABB MIKE NERY

KATIE MCNABB MIKE NERY DENVER -- The marriage of Katie McNabb and Mike Nery was solemnized by the


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

& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;ALEXANDER, & lt;/B & gt; George, 78, of Youngstown;


MCCONNELL'S MILL STATE PARK Summer schedule

The Old Mill at McConnell's Mill State Park, in Portersville, Pa., will be open seven days a week


ERIN NORD DAVID TOTO

ERIN NORD DAVID TOTO STRUTHERS -- Nuptial vows were exchanged at noon June 1 in the presence of


FISHING

FISHING OVBA results Results of the Ohio Valley Bass Anglers June 29 Berlin Reservoir


LITTLE LEAGUE TOURNAMENTS

LITTLE LEAGUE TOURNAMENTS MASTER SCHEDULE Games at 6 p.m. unless noted BASEBALL Ages 11-12


Frequent flooding puts drain on fields, farmers

County officials are working to develop a plan to remove the blockages causing the flooding. By


'HARPS FOR SALE' A craftsman with pluck

By CATHY SECKMAN VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT HEN 85-YEAR-OLD Clyde Coursin plays the harp, one


LOCAL

LOCAL Son quits baseball, maybe forever Fanfare: My son quit baseball today. After playing a


SALEM TOWNSHIP Frequent flooding puts a drain on fields, farmers

County officials are working to develop a plan to remove the blockages causing the flooding. By


JACK WOLLITZ Annual Bass Classic benefits local UW

Bass fishing's focus shifts Saturday to Evans Lake, the venue for the annual tournament benefiting


JESSIE ABEID BRENTON VRABEL

JESSIE ABEID BRENTON VRABEL LOWELLVILLE -- The marriage of Jessie Christine Abeid, 649 Matawan


JONELLE PERRY GEORGE LIPTAK

JONELLE PERRY GEORGE LIPTAK LOWELLVILLE -- Holy Rosary Church was the setting at 1 p.m. July 6 for


RIVER WATCHERS Group plans trip down the Shenango

Even the industrial section of the Shenango River is wildlife-rich, the tour leader says. By PETER


WITH THE VETS | Veterans meetings

TODAY Post 3307, VFW, 1351 Albert St., Youngstown, 2 p.m. Army & amp; Navy Garrison 1973,


COLUMBIANA COUNTY National Register adds Lisbon house

By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU LISBON -- A home constructed in 1838 is Columbiana


GAME PLAYING Tip of the month

Perhaps the most complicated of all casino games is Pai Gow tiles, an Asian game played with 32


Slovenefest to start Friday

SNPJ, Pa. -- SNPJ is a tiny town, but for three days it is transformed into a small city as the


IN THE CUP Area holes in one

Rob Strawn of East Palestine made the first hole-in-one at the new Links at Firestone Farms Golf


National Register adds Lisbon house

By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU LISBON -- A home constructed in 1838 is Columbiana


By MILAN PAURICH

By MILAN PAURICH VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT "Samsara," an eight-minute film directed by Youngstown


COURTS

COLUMBIANA COUNTY Divorces granted Betty Coil vs. Richard Coil. Dissolutions granted Sara


LISA CARUSO BRYAN LAROCCA

LISA CARUSO BRYAN LAROCCA AKRON -- Lisa M. Caruso and Bryan D. Larocca were married at 1:30 p.m.


Forum will key on organ donation

YOUNGSTOWN -- Ohioans can now sign up to be organ and tissue donors through the Ohio Donor Registry.


YOUNGSTOWN -- Sharon Rene & eacute; Hill-Staples, Atlanta, and Carl Wendell Robinson,

YOUNGSTOWN -- Sharon Rene & eacute; Hill-Staples, Atlanta, and Carl Wendell Robinson, Amherst,


What's in a name?

Fledgling makeup company Urban Decay and industry giant Revlon are locked in a legal battle over the


BLOOD DRIVES

BLOOD DRIVES TODAY Fordeley Music, 4922 Mahoning Ave., Champion, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. MONDAY


BIRTHS

BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Harry Cotterman and Jamie Fellows, 2400 Wydesteel, Youngstown, girl, July


JENNIFER CLACKO JASON DURAN

JENNIFER CLACKO JASON DURAN CUPERTINO, Calif. -- Jennifer Clacko of Santa Rosa, Calif., became the


NEW YORK-PENN M.V.'s Wallace strong in 6-1 win

Shane Wallace pitched six innings as the Scrappers pulled away. JAMESTOWN, N.Y. -- Shane Wallace


PATRICIA C. SYAK | Symphony notes Pop Series presents a musical mix

From the Latin beat of Jos & eacute; Feliciano to the musical world of Broadway's crown prince


LISA KIRCHNER RON KASCHAK

LISA KIRCHNER RON KASCHAK YOUNGSTOWN -- Lisa Kirchner and Ron Kaschak, both of Austintown,


FRIDAY'S GAMES

FRIDAY'S GAMES American League Detroit 9, Boston 5 N.Y. Yankees 6, Toronto 3 Cleveland 4,


GAME TIME Today

Who: Scrappers (x-x) at Jamestown Jammers (x-x). When: 2:05 p.m. Radio: WNIO-AM (1390).


FEATURED EVENTS

FEATURED EVENTS Who's performing Blossoms & amp; Buds Group of students performing


The Vindicator

The Vindicator IN CHARGE: Columbiana Mayor Lowell Schloneger is serving as chairman of the 19th


JAMES DULLEY Cutting your utility bills Insulating window films reduce heat and glare

Q. T he sun's heat and glare are uncomfortable coming through the windows and it is also fading my


Volunteers take pride in the way Youngstown looks

Many of the roughly 300 downtown workers who donated their time don't even live in the city. By


Men's Golf Classic to tee off July 22

Longest-drive and hole-in-one contests are planned. SALEM -- The Columbiana County American Cancer


Bottle rocket suspected as cause of house fire

Bottle rocket suspected as cause of house fire POLAND -- Firefighters say a bottle rocket may have


Youngstown native has film in world tour

The filmmaker said making the short film was a learn-as-you-go experience. By MILAN PAURICH


MARY JO NAGY | Pets Good intentions, bad situations

Once again we are reading news stories about people in the Youngstown area who have 20 or 30 or more


Crews say goodbye to litter, hello to neat, trimmed grass

Volunteers blitzed a yard and had the work done and the litter cleaned up in 10 minutes. By ROGER


RAY SWANSON | Keystoner 'Lucky Lindy' enters Hall of Fame

"It's unbelievable the years you have coached. You have touched many people in a positive way over


Men rob video store

Men rob video store HUBBARD -- City police are looking for two males who robbed West Coast Video


PRO SOCCER ROUNDUP Saturday's games

MLS MetroStars 3, Columbus 2 COLUMBUS -- Steve Jolley scored the go-ahead goal minutes after


WIN, PLACE & amp; SHOW

NORTHFIELD RESULTS SATURDAY 1st--Kingstar A(J Pantaleano)3.602.202.10 Lifes A Battle(W Case


HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL In comparison, Ohio State was best for Irizarry

The Ursuline High senior is pleased with his decision to become a Buckeye. By JOE SCALZO


BOOK REVIEW Inspiring paperback helps readers start cruisin' in life

A motivational book provides readers with inspirational, test-driven, roadworthy advice. By


Re-enactors keep Civil War a lively subject

By ROSA MERCADO VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER A Union soldier lines up next to A Confederate soldier


Traficant's date with destiny nears

Opinion: Editor's note: On July 15, U.S. Rep. James A. Traficant Jr. of Poland, D-17th, is expected to appear


Alcohol remains top killer of American youth

Opinion: Alcohol remains top killer of American youth EDITOR: Alcohol-impaired driving is still the


WHAT'S DOING?

SPECIAL EVENTS, SEASONS, ETC. Consumers Ohio Water Company Third Annual Bass Classic, July 13,


MASURY That's what friends are for

Friends pulled together and are building an extra bedroom for the family of a young boy living with


CLASSES

CLASSES HMHP Wednesday, breast-feeding class, 6 to 8:30 p.m., St. Elizabeth Health Center,


Re-enactors battle to keep Civil War a lively subject

By ROSA MERCADO VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER A UNION SOLDIER LINES UP NEXT TO A Confederate soldier


MILITARY ACADEMY GRADS

MILITARY ACADEMY GRADS Air Force Cadets Ryan R. Spodar and Joel S. McKowan have graduated from the


MTV show to feature local band's music

MTV show to feature local band's music YOUNGSTOWN -- An accessible sound and some favorable


Awesome awnings

By REBECCA SLOAN VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT With summer's heat right around the corner, now might


By MARALINE KUBIK

By MARALINE KUBIK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN --Inviting audiences to relive fun-filled


MIKE BRAUN The fish you eat may be a fluke

When you go to a restaurant and order fish, do you ever wonder if you're really getting the scrod,