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TRAFICANT CASE Judge decides to modify Detore's bond conditions

The defendant will meet with a pretrial services officer twice a week and be closely monitored.


WARREN Program teaches kids the fun in learning

By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF WARREN -- Jaycie Baugh wants to earn her living


SHARPSVILLE, PA. Borough takes property for bus service, parking

The owner of the property will be paid an appraised fair market value for the house and land.


Man is honored for longtime work

BAZETTA -- After years of working for the Trumbull County Fair, Bob Cebula was recognized in January


LOCAL DIGEST

Getting the word out YOUNGSTOWN -- The city's board of control hired two Youngstown companies


The deal of the art

RICELESS PAINTINGS DON'T TRAVEL lightly. They have to be handled by individuals wearing white


TRUMBULL COUNTY Officials to move from building

Records and computers are still in the basement. By STEPHEN SIFF VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


LEETONIA Pine Street project will tie up traffic

The project will start in about 10 days and take four weeks to complete. LEETONIA -- Residents


LAWRENCE COUNTY Prison board officials discuss their budget woes

The jail doesn't have enough room to house inmates from other counties. By LAURE CIOFFI


AUSTINTOWN Tamco vote due on plan with Minn. drugstore

As Phar-Mor prepares to cut 181 jobs in downtown Youngstown, a union hopes for hundreds more jobs in


POLICE CALLS

POLICE CALLS Liberty, Girard, Hubbard Summary of police activity: LIBERTY July 9 Warrant:


Stoops family reunites on field

Two hundred players received tips from some of Youngstown's finest football minds. By JOHN


Officer's shooting was accidental, official says

Officer's shooting was accidental, official says WARREN -- The city will not pursue criminal


BIRTHS

BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Richard and Sandra Buck, 48 Lakeshore Drive, Youngstown, girl, July 10.


YSU Officials cope with $2.7 million funding cut

The Ohio Board of Regents approved the new allocations Wednesday. By RON COLE VINDICATOR


Senior Spectacular

Senior Spectacular BOARDMAN -- Special entertainment and exhibits for senior citizens will take


YOUNGSTOWN Developer dispels residents' concerns

Beachwood Village residents embraced the idea of nine new houses in their complex after the meeting.


Group is a living lesson on customs of the Civil War

Every aspect of the presentation is historically accurate. By AMY HOUSLEY VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


Docents draw on dedication

The volunteers enrich the art experience for many visitors to the Butler. YOUNGSTOWN -- Did you


AIDS EPIDEMIC ISN'T OVER

Opinion: Philadelphia Inquirer: The 14th International AIDS Conference opened in Barcelona, Spain, this week


OUT-OF-TOWN BIRTHS

Michael and Carla (Moser) Flatley of Fort Myers, Fla., are announcing the birth of their second


Tamco vote due on plan with Minn. drugstore

As Phar-Mor prepares to cut 181 jobs in downtown Youngstown, a union hopes for hundreds more jobs in


CANFIELD Developer, condo owners want road's builder to fix it

The committee will need to hear the requests before council can act on zoning changes. By SHERRI


Natural explorers

The 12 children spent more than an hour peeking under every nook and cranny, hoping to spot a black


POLAND TOWNSHIP Trustees look into setting a curfew for minors

The township is one of only a few communities in Mahoning County without a curfew. By JoANNE


TRUMBULL COUNTY FAIR | Schedule

TONIGHT 5 p.m.: Junior Fair poultry show 6-11 p.m.: Rides open 6 p.m.: Junior Fair beef show;


YOUNGSTOWN Man agrees to testify against co-defendant

The Willis Avenue man pleaded guilty to one count of complicity to kidnapping. By BOB JACKSON


Mercer County receives grants, loans for equipment needs

GREENVILLE, Pa. -- Pennsylvania has approved more than $250,000 in grants and loans to aid programs


Second pretrial set for child endangerment case

Second pretrial set for child endangerment case YOUNGSTOWN -- A second pretrial has been set in


LIBERTY Police warrants charge man in parking-lot confrontation

Police said the Girard man drove his car over a woman, who remains in critical condition. LIBERTY


Trustees look into setting curfew for minors

The township is one of only a few communities in Mahoning County without a curfew. By JoANNE


Study questions value of knee surgery

Study questions value of knee surgery BOSTON -- In a surprising finding about a popular knee


Sheriff's entire work force faces layoffs

Expenses already have been slashed, the sheriff said. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU


SHARON House owners fail to show at hearing

Neighbors of the two houses testified to the deteriorated conditions of the structures. By HAROLD


YOUNGSTOWN Judge weighs keeping man out of prison

The defendant wants to seek anger management counseling instead of going to prison. By BOB JACKSON


MAHONING COUNTY Man is denied supervised trips away from psychiatric hospital

Authorities said Bricker threatened to mug a homeless man for his identity. By BOB JACKSON


Candidate changes address

WARREN -- Warren Davis, an independent candidate for the 17th Congressional District seat, has


PITTSBURGH Area woman sues airline

The family is suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder since the hijacking, according to the


COLUMBIANA COUNTY Former Salem teacher files lawsuit against school board

SALEM -- A former Salem high school teacher is asking Columbiana County Common Pleas Court to order


2 men face felony charges of vandalism and assault

BOARDMAN -- Two men face felony counts after appearing in Mahoning County Court here on charges that


GAME TIME Tonight

Who: Vermont Expos (7-14) at Scrappers (12-10). When: 7:05 p.m. Radio: WNIO-AM (1390).


YSU Officials try to cope with $2.7M cut

The Ohio Board of Regents approved the new university allocations Wednesday. By RON COLE


HOSPITALS

Associated Press CONCERNED DOCTOR: Dr. Debra Weinstein oversees 1,200 medical residents at


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FOOTBALL

FOOTBALL The Youngstown District Football Officials Association -- is seeking football officials.


Stars quick to credit others

Many of the athletes valued the experiences they shared with their teammates over their individual


Residents offer mixed views on Route 46 widening

Some think the project would reduce traffic jams; others say it's a waste of money. By IAN HILL


Tabler visits Valley

Tabler visits Valley Former Cleveland Indian infielder Pat Tabler was at the Mahoning Valley


SOFTBALL

SOFTBALL City Series First team Pitcher Tara Mshar, Chaney, Sr. Catcher Amanda Yazbek,


By TOM WILLIAMS

By TOM WILLIAMS VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF POLAND -- Anchoring what some believe might have been


YSU

YSU Cross country team earns grades honor YOUNGSTOWN -- The Youngstown State women's cross


GETTING IT RIGHT

GETTING IT RIGHT A resident of Bel Aire Lane, Poland, called township police Friday morning to the


CANFIELD Zoning request to develop area moves forward

Residents can still petition to have the matter placed on the November ballot as a referendum. By


Austintown trustees push to improve quality of life

Opinion: There's nothing "exotic" -- as in intriguing -- about a reptile that escapes from its owner's care


POLAND TOWNSHIP Trustees look into setting curfew for minors

The township is one of only a few communities in Mahoning County without a curfew. By JoANNE


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Daniel L. Brockett, 40, Portland, Conn., and Cecelia E.


YSU Officials evaluate budget problems

Five universities will get more money from the state, based on enrollment increases, but YSU isn't


Officials try to cope with $2.7M cut

The Ohio Board of Regents approved the new university allocations Wednesday. By RON COLE


MINERAL RIDGE Residents offer mixed views on Route 46 widening

Some think the project would reduce traffic jams; others say it's a waste of money. By IAN HILL


COLUMBIANA COUNTY Sheriff's entire work force faces layoffs

Expenses already have been slashed, the sheriff said. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU


MRDD levy renewal

MRDD levy renewal LISBON -- Columbiana County voters will be asked in November to renew a 2.5-mill