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(First place finishers at league meet earn all-league honors)

(First place finishers at league meet earn all-league honors) City Series Brittany Robinson,


FARRELL, PA. Citizen of year awards to be given at event

The celebration begins tonight and runs through Saturday. FARRELL, Pa. -- Naming of the first


Hubbard officials plan 5K fun run

HUBBARD -- Hubbard Area Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a 5K fun run and walk July 21. The event


Summary of police activity

Summary of police activity BOARDMAN July 1 Theft: A man in the 1300 block of St. Albans Drive


Woman pleads guilty to concealing baby's death

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- An Ellwood City woman accused of leaving her newborn son's body in a bag in the


Associated Press

Associated Press SHOPPING CEOS: Joe Pichler, left, chairman and CEO of Kroger Co., and A.G.


Lottery jackpot hits record $115 million

Most players let the computer pick the numbers for them. BY SHERRI L. SHAULIS VINDICATOR STAFF


Police warn: Beware of driveway paving scam

Austintown police say the suspects may return this week to a local motel. By PATRICIA MEADE


HOMECOMING What's planned

Amusement rides and food and information booths will be open from 6 to 11 p.m. today through Friday


Parents announce Texter-Callard engagement

GIRARD -- The engagement of Sharon Texter and Joseph Callard, both of 1041 N. Ward Ave., is being


REUNIONS

XChaney High School January and June Classes of 1948 will meet for lunch at 1 p.m. Wednesday at


CANFIELD SCHOOLS Board to appeal order to rehire custodian

The attorney for the school board said the arbiter failed to rule on the appropriate issue in the


Multiples celebration set at garden center

Multiples celebration set at garden center YOUNGSTOWN -- A Celebration of Multiples -- The More


CLASS B LEAGUE

CLASS B LEAGUE MONDAY'S LINESCORE ASTRO FALCONS 7, LINE DRIVE 1 Astros0003220--780 Line


GAME TIME Wednesday

Who: Vermont (6-14) at Scrappers (12-9). When: 7:05 p.m. Radio: WNIO-AM (1390).


DIANE MAKAR MURPHY Preserving the tasty traditions of Valley 'foodways'

"Potica," my mother corrected, saying it "Po-teetzah." "Povitica," my dad would repeat. It was


AGENDA

AGENDA WEDNESDAY Boardman Township Zoning Commssion, public hearing on the hiring of a planning


Salem looks for pupil gains

A net loss of pupils also means less funding from the state. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM


TRUMBULL Crime fight to cover four counties

The new four-county task force will meet with community focus groups each month to determine problem


BOARDMAN Suspect says he was framed

The defendant said he was set up by authorities for calling attention to corrupt activities. By


MAHONING COUNTY Police warn: Beware of driveway paving scam

Austintown police say the suspects may return this week to a local motel. By PATRICIA MEADE


17TH DISTRICT UAW endorses state Sen. Ryan for U.S. Congress

The Democratic candidate is the third person to receive the union's endorsement this year for the


YSU

YSU Hartzell to join Hannon on radio YOUNGSTOWN -- Former Youngstown State place-kicker Dick


Our All-Stars want you to know they've done well outside of the athletic arena, too.

Our All-Stars want you to know they've done well outside of the athletic arena, too. CACHET


LAWRENCE COUNTY Customers question fair market value

County commissioners want to delay reassessment for one year. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR NEW


SCRAPPERS Van Every hits 2 homers in win

The Scrappers are tied for first place after beating Jamestown. JAMESTOWN, NY -- Jonathan Van


Exotic-pet proposal available for review

The ordinance also includes several regulations for dog owners. By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF


BIRTHS

BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Guy and Stacy Morse, P.O. Box 46, Oak St. Extension, New Bedford, Pa.,


TRI-CITY RESULTS SUNDAY

TRI-CITY RESULTS SUNDAY SUPER SPRINTS (20 Laps): 1. Rod George, 2. Ed Lynch Jr., 3. Brian


Welch-Phillips troth announced, wedding planned

GRANGER, Ind. -- The engagement of Lora Lee Welch and Mark Phillips, both of 20800 Homestead Road,


Charter likely to get OK

A new report shows charter schools have had a significant impact on the Youngstown public schools.


ON VIDEO: Adrien Brody, left, and Hilary Swank starred in Alcon Entertainment's "The Affair of the

ON VIDEO: Adrien Brody, left, and Hilary Swank starred in Alcon Entertainment's "The Affair of the


AUSTINTOWN Fireworks delay sparks discussions

A Colonial Fireworks employee had agreed to set off displays at four sites by himself on the


EAST PALESTINE Meeting set on plan for annual street fair

Legionnaires said most of the street fair revenue comes from amusement rides. By NANCY TULLIS


EDUCATION Charter likely to get OK

A new report shows charter schools have had a significant impact on the Youngstown public schools.


Group takes applications for help with electric bills

YOUNGSTOWN -- Youngstown Area Community Action Council is advising Mahoning County residents that


Poor children should have opportunity to benefit from Catholic schools

Opinion: Poor children should have opportunity to benefit from Catholic schools EDITOR: I love the way


Foes of Yucca Mountain shift attention to transportation

Opinion: Opponents of a nuclear waste depository in Nevada have seized on the issue of homeland security and


MEGA MILLIONS Lottery jackpot hits record $115 million

Most players let the computer pick the numbers for them. BY SHERRI L. SHAULIS VINDICATOR STAFF


The schedule of events for the three-day celebration marking the 50th anniversary of the Beloit

The schedule of events for the three-day celebration marking the 50th anniversary of the Beloit


UAW endorses state Sen. Ryan for U.S. Congress

The Democratic candidate is the third person to receive the union's endorsement this year for the


TRUMBULL COUNTY FAIR Schedule

TONIGHT 6 p.m.: Junior Fair Style Show, Historical Stage 6-11 p.m.: Rides open 7 p.m.: Parade


Astros take lead in 'B' series

Astros take lead in 'B' series John Hay went the route on a four-hitter as the Astro Falcons beat


East Palestine festival accepting reservations

East Palestine festival accepting reservations EAST PALESTINE -- Organizers of the 18th annual


BASKETBALL

BASKETBALL Niles League -- is accepting teams for all divisions. Games are played at Kennedy Park.


THINGS WE'D RATHER NOT KNOW

Opinion: Chicago Tribune: Americans have long accepted that everything fun was likely to be immoral, illegal


Regents propose funds cut

By RON COLE VINDICATOR EDUCATION WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- Youngstown State University would be one


Carabbia ruling to come today

COLUMBUS -- The Ohio Parole Board was expected to announce today whether Ronald D. Carabbia has


Jennifer Brown to be bride of Cosmo Iamurri

BOARDMAN -- The engagement of Jennifer Brown, 6989 Harrington Ave., and Cosmo Iamurri, 5053


Texas flood losses estimated at $1 billion

Texas flood losses estimated at $1 billion SAN ANTONIO -- Gov. Rick Perry said losses from a week


ON AREA DIAMONDS Youth baseball and softball

BASEBALL Babe Ruth (age 13) East Side Kiwanis came out on top in a best-of-three series against


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COLUMBIANA CO. Business group backs Blasdel

The state chamber also endorsed four area Democrats for re-election. By DAVID SKOLNICK


Recall election set

Recall election set NEWTON FALLS -- City council has set Aug. 6 for a recall election for two city


KSU-TRUMBULL Computer lab assists people with disabilities

The lab includes software that will read what's on a computer screen to a blind person. By DENISE


CIVIC CENTER City solicits project designs

Companies that want to build the center have until Aug. 12 to submit proposals. By DAVID SKOLNICK


Burkey-Cozart wedding plans are announced

NEW MIDDLETOWN -- Paul and Patty Burkey, 63 Woodland Drive, are announcing the engagement of their


Shots fired at houses in Youngstown

Shots fired at houses in Youngstown YOUNGSTOWN -- Two houses were fired at in separate shootings


COURTS

COURTS MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Matthew C. Higinbotham, 24, of 5215 New Road,


AUSTINTOWN Delay in fireworks prompts discussions

By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER AUSTINTOWN -- The Fourth of July committee here is set to


YSU Regents propose funds cut

By RON COLE VINDICATOR EDUCATION WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- Youngstown State University would be one


Bernie Allen, Ted Williams didn't agree

Allen said he sometimes didn't understand Williams' managerial decisions with the Senators. By


By JOE SCALZO

By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF Cachet Murray was getting ready for bed on June 8 when her