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Traficant used more than two of his five hours to respond to the accusations.

Traficant used more than two of his five hours to respond to the accusations. By DAVID ENRICH

Collins-Peterson engagement is announced

YOUNGSTOWN -- Announcing their engagement are Jennifer Marie Collins and Ronald E. Peterson, both of

Attempt on Chirac's life gives Europe cause for concern

Opinion: Thanks to alert spectators, the life of a head of state was saved and the nation of France was

TRUMBULL COUNTY Effort to sell water systems to private company runs dry

A county official says Niles is offering cheaper water than Consumers of Ohio Water Co. By STEPHEN

Tara E. Watkins to be bride of Mr. Mowery

NILES -- Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Watkins of 189 Cassandra Drive are announcing the engagement of their

District mulls spending

District mulls spending NEW WILMINGTON -- The Wilmington Area School District is looking into ways

HUBBARD City council

Highlights of Monday's city council meeting: Council suspended the second and third readings and

LAKE MILTON Seabees provide free labor for first phase of park project

No local tax dollars will be spent building the trail. By SEAN BARRON VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT


Transactions: Third baseman/catcher Brad Guglielmelli and first baseman Sean Manfredonia of the



YSU trustees board

YSU trustees board YOUNGSTOWN -- Gov. Bob Taft has appointed Salem Mayor Larry DeJane to a nine-

Two rookie players in field

Hilary Homeyer and Giulia Sergas gained the two open berths, while Alexandra Casi of East Palestine

How did he do? Experts give mixed reviews on performance

His emotional appeal to panel members may be his most positive influence throughout the hearings,

WASHINGTON On hearing's 2nd day, rep predicts expulsion


Today is Tuesday, July 16, the 197th day of 2002. There are 168 days left in the year. On this date

Opinion: Today is Tuesday, July 16, the 197th day of 2002. There are 168 days left in the year. On this date

YOUNGSTOWN Counselor:Drug court loses some

Treatment for an addiction does not guarantee lifelong recovery. By SHERRI L. SHAULIS VINDICATOR

August wedding is planned for Erica Thomas

Plans are being announced for the upcoming marriage of Erica L. Thomas, 4363 Timberbrook Drive,

FINAL SCORES | Vindicator Pro-am

54.80 -- Suzanne Strudwick, Jim Ford, Lisa Apato Ford, Carl Paglia, Ted Suffolk. 55.00 -- Angela

MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL After 9-3 loss, Scrappers hit road for six-game trip

Batavia snapped Mahoning Valley's two-game winning streak at Cafaro Field. By BRIAN RICHESSON

Views on child support welcome

The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services is accepting public comment on recommendations to be

NEW CASTLE Attempting to cross street, woman dies after bus hits her

Firefighters were called to help lift the bus off the victim. NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- A woman trying to

Guido-Miller wedding date to be Sept. 21

CORTLAND -- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Guido, 221 Wae Trail, are announcing the engagement of their

Sherick-Sellers engagement is made known

CANFIELD -- Announcement is being made by Bill and Naomi Sherick, 3386 Western Reserve Road, of the

YSU Mediator called as talks fail

Salary increases for administrators have been temporarily frozen. By RON COLE VINDICATOR


MARTY D. SANTILLO New superintendent Age: 58 Home: Macedonia. Moving to the area. 1999-2002:

NOTEBOOK | From Squaw Creek Country Club

Trumbull Clinic: The Trumbull Memorial Hospital Foundation Golf Clinic for seniors and physically-

SHARPSVILLE SCHOOLS Most of boost in state subsidy to go to district's debt service

The school board members disagreed on how the rest of the money should be spent. By HAROLD GWIN

Veteran recruits help to care for aging memorial

A veteran is looking for some support from the community to preserve the 'sacred ground.' By

YOUNGSTOWN Judge: Man is guilty in murder

The defendant had claimed the shooting was an accident. By JoANNE VIVIANO VINDICATOR STAFF

Law: Dorm students must be vaccinated

GROVE CITY, Pa. -- Students planning to attend college in Pennsylvania this fall must be vaccinated

Class AA semifinal decided tonight

YOUNGSTOWN -- Pal Joey's/New Affair will play Roth Brothers in the Class AA baseball playoffs


WHERE IT WENT Sharon state subsidy The Sharon City School Board voted unanimously Monday to

YOUNGSTOWN-WARREN Commissioner has plans to help regional airport

THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN Northwest Airlines plans to end flights out of the facility Sept. 8.

CORTLAND Gas leak forces people out of homes

A second natural gas line was damaged this morning in Braceville. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR

Sharon school board votes on supervisor of curriculum

SHARON, Pa. -- Elementary Principal Michael Calla is now the supervisor of curriculum and

WARREN New cardiac center to open at hospital

TMH's is an extension of the Heart Hospital at Forum Health's Northside Medical Center. WARREN

GIANT EAGLE LPGA CLASSIC Casi's long drives not enough

The recent East Palestine High graduate shot 80 in the qualifying tournament. By PETE MOLLICA

Authorities investigate child left home alone

Authorities investigate child left home alone LIBERTY -- Township police and Trumbull County

Salem officer, Perry settle

LISBON -- A Salem police officer has settled his civil lawsuit against Perry Township in connection


Who: Scrappers (14-13) at Batavia Muckdogs (13-14). When: 7:05. Radio: WNIO-AM (1390).

YOUNGSTOWN Golden String opens a courtyard for camp

The group's summer camp activities include arts and crafts and exercise to music. YOUNGSTOWN --

BAZETTA Not all is well after drilling

All the fish in the 21/2 acre pond have died in the past month, leaving an odor that is hard to

YOUNGSTOWN Officials face a shortfall, plan layoffs

The city hopes to minimize the number of cuts in the police and fire departments. By DAVID


BASEBALL Boardman Spartans Camp -- directed by Scott Knox for boys in grades 4-9 will be held at

17TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT Independents Traficant, Davis lag in campaign fund raising

The Republican candidate raised more than $120,000 toward her election campaign during the first

ON AREA DIAMONDS | Youth baseball

Little League District Tournament (ages 11-12) Canfield 3, Hubbard 2 -- Dom Rich's single

NEW CASTLE Girl's killer asks for life term

The state expects to receive a large number of requests from death row inmates under the new law.

Traficant dredges up same old, same old for Congress

Opinion: To hear the poor, old son-of-a-truck-driver congressman tell his sad story before the House

Jurors are selected in murder case

YOUNGSTOWN -- Lawyers will deliver opening arguments in Mahoning County Common Pleas Court arguments


BIRTHS St. Elizabeth John and Michelle Delgarbino, 4563 East Drive, Youngstown, boy, July 15.


XThe Boland family will hold its 24th annual reunion at noon Aug. 18 at Fair Park in Canfield. Those

STATE ROUTE 82 Tractor-trailer overturns, spills flammable chemical

Breathing xylene may cause dizziness and confusion. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF

WEATHERSFIELD RTI reports profits of $3.5M for quarter

One official said RTI may see losses in the second half because of a still-sluggish aerospace

Rail operation to begin soon

ROGERS -- A new railroad shipping enterprise that will employ more than a dozen people is expected

NEW CASTLE Hit by transit authority bus, Park Avenue woman dies

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- A woman trying to cross Jefferson Street died after being hit by a New Castle

The Vindicator/Lindsay Semple

The Vindicator/Lindsay Semple STILL STANDING: The flagpole at the Smoky Hollow memorial on the

Strudwick team wins Vindicator Pro-Am

Fittingly, the winning team included a representative from the sponsor. By PETE MOLLICA

ROUTE 82 Tanker overturns and spills chemical

Breathing xylene may cause dizziness and confusion. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF

Mahoning County needs second humane officer

Opinion: Mahoning County needs second humane officer EDITOR: I am writing this letter on behalf of the


LOCAL Panezich earns two wins and a second YPSILANTI, Mich. -- Nick Panezich, who will be a

WASHINGTON On 2nd day of hearing, rep predicts dismissal


NEW CASTLE Man to stand trial on murder charge

Authorities have not offered a motive for the shooting. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR NEW CASTLE

OSHP LISBON POST Top trooper takes to heart 13 fatalities

The new post commander promised strict, firm but fair law enforcement. By NANCY TULLIS

Miss Kamperman, Mr. Varley plan August wedding

BOARDMAN -- Announced by Gwen Smith of Boardman is the engagement of her daughter, Kimberly A.

Man pleads innocent

Man pleads innocent AUSTINTOWN -- A South Raccoon Road man pleaded innocent to charges stemming

DIANE MAKAR MURPHY Thanks, Granny, for all the fond memories

At my granny's house, the picture frames were adventures. If you removed the backs, you could peel

GIRARD Board chooses schools chief in 2-year pact

The new superintendent's contract contains no drug-testing clause. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR

POLICE CALLS Canfield, Austintown

Summary of police activity: CANFIELD CITY July 4 Theft: A resident of the 100 block of

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MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses John M. Bohurjak Jr., 29, of 17285 Mock Road, Berlin Center,

YOUNGSTOWN Jury deliberates fate of ex-worker from Poland Twp.

On one form, Robert Swesey checked the 'married' box instead of the 'common law' box. By JoANNE


AGENDA WEDNESDAY Mill Creek Park board, 7 p.m., MetroParks Farm, 7574 Columbiana-Canfield Road,