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Man misses pretrial in Traficant case

Man misses pretrial in Traficant case CLEVELAND -- Trial for the Virginia engineer accused of


Parole board OKs release of Carabbia

The parole board chairman said the FBI presented no hard evidence. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR


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GREENVILLE Meeting room with no elevator disputed

Two local women could not climb the stairs to the borough council meeting. By LAURI GALENTINE


MAJOR LEAGUE ALL-STAR GAME RESULTS

MAJOR LEAGUE ALL-STAR GAME RESULTS 2002 -- Tied 7-7, 11 innings 2001 -- American, 4-1 2000 --


Falcons capture Class B crown

They defeated Line Drive Academy 7-1 to win the best-of-5 series. By BILL SULLIVAN VINDICATOR


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses James R. Keller, 36, of 4037 Shelbourne Drive, Youngstown, and


LIBERTY SCHOOLS Board approves booster-group rules

New policies allow the superintendent to set guidelines for the operation of booster groups.


YOUNGSTOWN Trial set to begin Monday in Victory Annex homicide

The cases will be tried separately. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR COURTHOUSE REPORTER YOUNGSTOWN


TRUMBULL COUNTY FAIR Schedule

TONIGHT 5 p.m.: Junior Fair Hog Show 6- 11 p.m.: Rides open 7 p.m.: Jesse Lee, Bicentennial


EAST PALESTINE Park board will seek renewal of two levies

The park director believes that even in tough economic times, residents will support the park. By


Virginia engineer misses final pretrial

Virginia engineer misses final pretrial CLEVELAND -- Trial for the Virginia engineer accused of


South Side block watch

South Side block watch SNOOP Block Watch will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday at Lynn Park, on Lynn Avenue


BOUNDARIES AND BORDERS

BOUNDARIES AND BORDERS Elsewhere in the world BERLIN WALL Built: 1961. To keep in: East


Woman critically injured after being hit in parking lot

The nightmare ended when the SUV hit a store wall. LIBERTY -- It's too early to say what charges


COLUMBIANA COUNTY Commissioners to discuss flood control

Officials are still trying to conclude whether one of the streams causing the flooding is


BIRTHS

BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Taniesha Madison, 3708 Hudson Ave., Youngstown, girl, July 8. Lisa Wynn


YOUNGSTOWN Schools Web site previewed

The new Web site will officially launch July 24. By SHERRI L. SHAULIS VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


Many of the area's track and field standouts competed in more than one event at the state meet.

Many of the area's track and field standouts competed in more than one event at the state meet.


YOUNGSTOWN Charge against Kuwaiti man dismissed

A sheriff's major says the Kuwaiti man's driving record is horrible. By PATRICIA MEADE


Golden String event

Golden String event YOUNGSTOWN -- Golden String Inc. will celebrate the renovation and grand


A good summer doesn't require excess alcohol

Opinion: A good summer doesn't require excess alcohol EDITOR: Now that summer is here, the


(First place finishers at league meets earn all-league honors.)

(First place finishers at league meets earn all-league honors.) City Series Brandon Thompson,


Liberty girl to compete in pageant

LIBERTY -- Nine-year-old Lauren Hight of Liberty, daughter of David and Patrice Hight, will be one


AGENDA

AGENDA THURSDAY Eastgate Technical Advisory Committee, 10 a.m., 5121 Mahoning Ave., Youngstown.


COACHING

COACHING Howland High School -- is seeking a girls tennis coach. Anyone interested should contact


Another decade older and deeper in debt

Opinion: In the last decade, as costs of living for the elderly have skyrocketed -- notably the cost of


COLUMBIANA COUNTY Meeting to focus on halting flooding

By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU LEETONIA -- Columbiana County Commissioner Dave Cranmer


Sheriff demotes major

The rank of captain means $5,510 less a year in pay than major. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR


By JOE SCALZO

By JOE SCALZO VNDICATOR SPORTS STAFF He uses phrases like "running soul" and "irreplaceable


ENTRY DEADLINES Columbiana County Fair

Terri Hunter, manager of the Columbiana County Fair, has announced the deadlines for exhibitors to


Man files suit over golfing fight

LISBON -- A Wellsville man is suing another golfer and a golf course over a fight in July 2001 on


"They're going to help some people, but they're also going to hurt some people who live here."

"They're going to help some people, but they're also going to hurt some people who live here."


TRUMBULL COUNTY Red Cross official will help in Texas

At least nine people are dead from floods that swamped central and southern Texas. By DENISE DICK


Avalon operator puts rent in escrow

Joy blames the weather and adverse publicity for the lack of business. By PEGGY SINKOVICH


AUSTINTOWN Residents discuss ODOT's Route 46 project

Area residents want to be compensated if their property is used for the project. By IAN HILL


GREENWOOD CHEVROLET Hummer dealership coming to Austintown

Hummer's new H2 model is to arrive at the dealership this week. By DON SHILLING VINDICATOR


Rain fails to dampen spirits

By AMY HOUSLEY VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF BAZETTA -- Rachel Miller is so dedicated to her horses


WARREN Avalon operator puts rent in escrow

Joy blames the weather and adverse publicity for the lack of business. By PEGGY SINKOVICH


WARREN Motions filed in murder case

The doctor used circumstances outside of the medical field to support her conclusion, the defense


Diaz, Pepper, Richard withdraw from Classic

Diaz, Pepper, Richard withdraw from Classic VIENNA -- The final tournament field list for next


MAHONING COUNTY Sheriff demotes major

The rank of captain means $5,510 less a year in pay than major. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR


NEW CASTLE Commission struggles with decisions on plan

Members plan to decide on a new form of government at next week's meeting. By LAURE CIOFFI


SAFETYVILLE YOUNGSTOWN Lessons link kindergartners, cop

The program will teach kindergartners how to stay safe. By ROSA MERCADO VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


The percentage of high school graduates in Mahoning and Trumbull counties in 2000 who went on to

The percentage of high school graduates in Mahoning and Trumbull counties in 2000 who went on to


MAHONING COUNTY Shooter gets 5-year term

The victim was shot three times but survived. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR COURTHOUSE REPORTER


Success in college reflects high school courses taken

The report said Badger students performed the best in college in 2000. By RON COLE VINDICATOR


YSU

YSU Camp canceled YOUNGSTOWN -- The second session of coach Ed DiGregorio's girls basketball


LIBERTY Woman critically injured after being hit in parking lot

The assault ended when the SUV hit a store wall. LIBERTY -- It's too early to say what charges


ON AREA DIAMONDS Youth baseball & amp; softball

BASEBALL Traveling (age 18-younger) B.B. Rooners 8, Willoughby 5 -- Winning pitcher Cole


MAHONING TWP. Request: Block road to quarry

A supervisor assured residents that the gate will be replaced. BY MARY GRZEBIENIAK VINDICATOR


GETTING IT RIGHT

In a story June 23 on Sky King Fireworks of Pennsylvania, co-owner Ronald A. Carabbia was


Charge against Kuwaiti man dismissed

A sheriff's major says the Kuwaiti man's driving record is horrible. By PATRICIA MEADE


TOSS A LIFE BUOY TO BRAZIL

Opinion: Los Angeles Times: Not even Brazilians' whooping ecstasy at winning the World Cup recently could


The idea for the wedding re-enactment came from a display of vintage gowns in Akron.

The idea for the wedding re-enactment came from a display of vintage gowns in Akron. By DENISE


TUESDAY

TUESDAY National 7, American 7, 11 innings, tie, All-Star Game TODAY No games scheduled


Lane restrictions

Lane restrictions KINSMAN -- Until further notice, state Routes 5 and 7 have lane restrictions


DeWine, other senators pay a visit to embassy in Beirut

The senators visited the region as part of the investigation into pre-Sept. 11 intelligence


OHIO REPORT Success in college reflects high school courses taken

The report said Badger students performed the best in college in 2000. By RON COLE VINDICATOR


Afghanistan's tribal conflicts becoming a problem for U.S.

Opinion: The erroneous U.S. airstrike in Uruzgan province in Afghanistan may have been the result of