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Johnson-Jacob wedding date to be Aug. 17

YOUNGSTOWN -- Announced by Sharon K. Wallace, 887 Billingsgate Ave., is the engagement of her


In five years, China weakens freedom in Hong Kong

Opinion: Five years into China's 50-year experiment with "one country, two systems," it is not surprising to


Housing seed money grows in special fund

0The county wants the fund to build up for at least a year before opening it to developers. By


Many athletes exceeded their own expectations this season and reached the state tournament.

Many athletes exceeded their own expectations this season and reached the state tournament.


Bike tour registration

Bike tour registration CANFIELD -- Registration is being taken for the 27-mile Watershed Ride


Domer-Gromada troth announced, wedding planned

BOARDMAN -- Raymond T. Domer, 6625 Bristlewood, is announcing the engagement of his daughter, Erin


Amy Berecek, Mr. Gongaware to wed Aug. 3

STOW -- Aug. 3 has been selected as the wedding day of Amy Berecek and Aaron Gongaware, both of


TRUMBULL COUNTY FAIR Week's schedule

The 156th Trumbull County Fair begins Tuesday. Here's the lineup: TUESDAY 8-11 a.m.: Open class


Work on hospital expansion proceeds ahead of schedule

The construction project should be finished by late fall, a spokeswoman said. By NORMAN LEIGH


Steel Valley Conference

Steel Valley Conference First team Matt Sheets, Fitch, Sr. Dan Spencer, Fitch, Sr. Shawn


BIRTHS

BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Dorian and Julie Cerneka, 2676 Morningside Place, Youngstown, boy, July 6.


Parents announce Zambelli-Lennox engagement

The engagement of Michelle L. Zambelli, 5277 Copeland Ave. N.W., Warren, and David M. Lennox, West


GROVE CITY, PA. Town supports members of National Guard unit

GROVE CITY, Pa. -- A large crowd of area residents showed up at the Pennsylvania National Guard


A second petition drive

AUSTINTOWN -- A group of local residents is making a second attempt to collect signatures needed to


SCRAPPERS Young falters in debut on hill

Trying to rebound from shoulder surgery, pitcher Simon Young struggled as the Scrappers lost 5-1.


Does anyone care about Phar-Mor employees?

Opinion: Does anyone care about Phar-Mor employees? EDITOR: I have been following several corporate


Bottled water sales grew 18 percent in the past year, with consumption now topping 5 billion gallons

Bottled water sales grew 18 percent in the past year, with consumption now topping 5 billion gallons


IF YOU GO

IF YOU GO Benefit exhibit What: Photographic display, "Under My Skin," by Cynthia Zordich,


Searcy-Benford wedding to take place in Florida

AUSTINTOWN -- Plans for the summer wedding her daughter, Sabrina Searcy, and Thomas Benford, both of


Canfield residents want zoning changes

Residents of the development want future developers to follow stricter guidelines. By SHERRI L.


Trumbull County Fair runs Tuesday through Sunday

Opening ceremonies will honor safety forces. By AMY HOUSLEY VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF BAZETTA


WORTH A LOOK

ANTIQUE SHOWS XWestlake Historical Society will hold its 32nd annual antique show from 10 a.m. to


Exotic-pet ordinance considered

Trustees also are thinking about using home rule to address speeding, property maintenance, high


School board in Campbell hires 5 teachers, 2 assistants

CAMPBELL-- The board of education hired five teachers and two educational assistants for the


Firefighter will talk about hell of Sept. 11

The firefighter said he has cried every day since the attacks. By JoANNE VIVIANO VINDICATOR


Grant Center orientation

Grant Center orientation YOUNGSTOWN -- The Public Library of Youngstown & amp; Mahoning


AGENDA

AGENDA TUESDAY Poland Township trustees, regular meeting, 5 p.m., township hall, 3339 Dobbins


Duda-Rogers wedding plans are announced

AUSTINTOWN -- Announced by James and Susan Duda, 6679 Irene Ave., is the engagement of their


Boardman family deals with boy's special needs

By VALERIE BANNER VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT BOARDMAN -- Every mother hopes her child is born


& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;AARON, & lt;/B & gt;Marion

& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;AARON, & lt;/B & gt;Marion R., 70, of Hubbard;


Motorcyclist is killed in collision with van

Motorcyclist is killed in collision with van SALINEVILLE -- A 42-year-old motorcyclist was killed


Firestarters are criminals and must be treated as such

Opinion: There can be no mercy shown for Leonard Gregg, a resident of Arizona, and Terry Barton, a resident


Miss Yenkinson, Jason Grope to be maarried

PITTSBURGH -- The announcement of the engagement of Drs. Sarah Yenkinson and Jason Grope, both of


By JOHN BASSETTI

By JOHN BASSETTI VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF CANFIELD -- Following his graduation from Canfield High


with Paul Crowley

Age: 77. Hometown: Youngstown. Occupation: Retired from Conrail after 39 years. Other


Failure to register

Failure to register BOARDMAN -- Michael J. Rykowski, 42, who has a Market Street, Youngstown,


Associated Press

Associated Press CITY GIRL: Camp Quest counselor Martha Knox, with her iguana, volunteered at the


CARABBIA HEARING Lawyer to show photos of bombing

The Cuyahoga prosecutor said his witness is an FBI agent. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME


ONE ON ONE | Paul Crowley A veteran of two services: the military and baseball

You are a decorated veteran. When did you join the service? In 1943, a law was passed for all 18-


Warren hopes to save a bit of history

The Robins Theater, built in the 1920s, closed in the late '60s. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR


BRITAIN

Opinion: The Times, London, July 3: Mid-air collisions are mercifully rare. But with the skies over Western


BOARDMAN Photo exhibit honors women

The exhibit reveals 'how women see themselves, and how they wish the world would see them.' By


YSU

YSU Two games on Gateway TV YOUNGSTOWN -- Two Youngstown State games will be televised during


Panel reviews study results

Members of the commission agree that change is necessary, but they disagree on what type of change.


July 8, 1975: A special grand jury in Mercer County recommends that five Pennsylvania Department of

Opinion: July 8, 1975: A special grand jury in Mercer County recommends that five Pennsylvania Department of