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MAHONING COUNTY Two businesses to bring more jobs to the area

One business owner praised Youngstown's work force. THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN By JoANNE VIVIANO


NOTEBOOK From Squaw Creek

Eagle for the champ: Dorothy Delasin, the two-time defending champion of the Giant Eagle LPGA


AUSTINTOWN Club figures into probes

Those involved in the shooting had been ordered to leave the club's parking lot. AUSTINTOWN --


Where can the rubber meet the recycler?

Opinion: With hundreds of millions of tires stacked in piles around the country and millions more headed in


CAVS SCHEDULE

OCTOBER Tuesday 29 -- at Sacramento, 10 p.m. Wednesday 30 -- at L.A. Clippers, 10:30 p.m.


High school awarded

High school awarded GIRARD -- Girard High School has been named a Buckeye Best Health School Gold


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Birdie putt gives team pro-am win

Brian Ferrier's putt capped his team's two-day net score of 106.4. By PETE MOLLICA VINDICATOR


POLICE CALLS Boardman

Summary of police activity: July 8 Warrant: Police arrested a 57-year-old North Lima man on two


Businesses fear Centre building will turn into a 'ghost town'

One shop in the building has already closed because of the upcoming closing of Phar-Mor


Politicians are all like -- can any be trusted?

Opinion: Politicians are all like -- can any be trusted? EDITOR: I read the article in today's Vindicator


Delasin begins pursuit of 3-peat

The two-time defending champion has an opportunity to make LPGA history. By JAYME RAMSON


GIANT EAGLE LPGA CLASSIC Delasin aims for 3-peat as event opens

Many children's and educational charities will be the big winners Sunday. By PETE MOLLICA


Ticket sale set Saturday for 'legend'

NILES -- The Ohio Browns Boosters will host "An evening with the legend, Jim Brown" on Aug. 28 at


WARREN Dream of owning home becomes woman's reality

A Sweetbrier Avenue resident received two federal grants to help her buy the house. By DENISE DICK


Chain's demise disappoints many

Low prices and convenience draw customers to Phar-Mor. By PETER H. MILLIKEN VINDICATOR STAFF


Delasin aims for 3-peat as event opens

Many children's and educational charities will be the big winners Sunday. By PETE MOLLICA


ON TRACK This weekend's events

NASCAR WINSTON CUP New England 300 Schedule: Today, qualifying (TNT, 3 p.m.); Sunday, race


If rep moves to 'the big house,' can he run?

The Ohio Secretary of State's Office prefers to give the benefit of the doubt on residency to the


Committee says Traficant should go

By DAVID ENRICH STATES NEWS SERVICE WASHINGTON -- The House ethics committee unanimously voted


BASEBALL

BASEBALL Favorite Odds Underdog CHICAGO CUBS 61/2-71/2 Houston Atlanta 51/2-61/2


CLUB CALENDAR

ASSOCIATIONS XDianthus Chapter of the American Business Women's Association will hold its 45th


BABE RUTH BASEBALL Youngstown all-star teams ready for state tournaments

The 13- and 14-year-old teams will play in Newark, while the 15-year-old team will play in


YSU

YSU Goalie recruit YOUNGSTOWN -- Catlin Bestart of Sarnia, Ontario, Canada, signed a letter of


CYNTHIA MARTZ MARTIN FERNBACK

CYNTHIA MARTZ MARTIN FERNBACK YOUNGSTOWN -- Married during a sunrise ceremony at 6 a.m. June 19 in


KARRIE WEBB Aussie adjusting to the course

She is playing in this tournament for the fourth time, but first at this course. By JAYME RAMSON


PRO-AM RESULTS

Final results of the Classic Pro-Am by Cellular One. First name in group is Wednesday's pro, last


MAHONING COUNTY Grand jury decides against indicting Boardman officer

The woman has said she wants the officer to be kicked off the force. By JoANNE VIVIANO


CANFIELD Cattle abusers get cleanup duty at fair

The men will be assigned to the trash detail at the fair and will clean manure out of the stalls.


FORMER CHAMPION Thirteen years after title, Beth Daniel back at Squaw Creek

She hasn't played this course in 10 years. It was much different then. By PETE MOLLICA


WARREN Man pleads guilty to reduced charge

The prosecutor is going to recommend that the defendant serve 60 days in an alternative sentencing


Freedom and security demand delicate balance

Opinion: President Bush's ambitious reorganization of more than 100 federal departments and agencies into the


GAME TIME Tonight

Who: Scrappers (16-14) at Staten Island (17-13). When: 7:05 p.m. Radio: WNIO-AM (1390).


GETTING IT RIGHT

Brigitt Berk is the Howland mother of 3-year-old triplets who was interviewed for an article that


CANFIELD SCHOOLS Board narrows search for chief

The board is expected to have a contract with a new superintendent by the July 30 board meeting.


ANN MARIE NOVAK STEPHEN PUHALLA

ANN MARIE NOVAK STEPHEN PUHALLA YOUNGSTOWN, Pa. -- The wedding of Ann Marie Novak and Stephen


KATHRYN COREY DAVID CIOLLI

KATHRYN COREY DAVID CIOLLI YOUNGSTOWN -- St. Edward Church was the setting at 2 p.m. June 15 for


BIRTHS

St. Elizabeth Christopher and Sherri Hartzell, 138 Creed St., Struthers, girl, July 18. John and


LOWELLVILLE Council plans village renovations

Construction is under way on an elevator to make the administration building handicapped-accessible.


TRUDI BREAKIRON CHRISTOPHER VETTERLY

TRUDI BREAKIRON CHRISTOPHER VETTERLY YOUNGSTOWN -- Monsignor David Rhodes presided as Trudi


Lopez's focus changes

By JAYME RAMSON VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF VIENNA -- To watch Nancy Lopez play on the golf course


INDICTMENTS Mahoning County

A Mahoning County grand jury indicted these people Thursday: Lawrence W. Reed, 59, Hillman Way,


SHARON Officials express concerns over plant

Officials said they would accept an irrevocable letter of credit or a bond from the developer. By


Mother faces charge

Mother faces charge YOUNGSTOWN -- Alice J. Humphrey, a mother whose 10-year-old daughter was


LAWRENCE COUNTY Commissioners consider salary raise for attorneys

Commissioners are also looking for the best way to hand over $43,000 to the county airport


WARREN Videotape won't be used in murder trial

The capital murder trial is scheduled to begin in November, officials said. By PEGGY SINKOVICH


If rep goes to 'the big house,' can he run?

The Ohio Secretary of State's Office prefers to give the benefit of the doubt on residency to the


Some things never change

I recently read something about college football from Yale president, James Rowland Angell. Seems he


CANFIELD SCHOOLS Board selects choice for chief

The board is expected to have a contract with a new superintendent by the July 30 board meeting.


Heart Association lists new board of directors

Heart Association lists new board of directors YOUNGSTOWN -- The Mahoning/Columbiana Division of


COLUMBIANA TAX Group faces July 29 deadline

More than 3,000 valid signatures must be gathered. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU


Chain's demise disappoints many in Mahoning Valley

Low prices and convenience draw customers to Phar-Mor. By PETER H. MILLIKEN VINDICATOR STAFF


PHAR-MOR Tamco workers still hope for jobs

By DON SHILLING VINDICATOR BUSINESS EDITOR YOUNGSTOWN -- Hope that Snyder's Drug Stores could


Classify these under 'Fun!'

By VALERIE BANNER VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT Mike Fleming sits in the driver's seat of a long,


GAIL WHITE Children deserve the home-field advantage

My son's baseball team for 8-year-olds was out on the field. This normally well-oiled, tough-as-


Businesses fear building will become 'ghost town'

One shop in the building has already closed because of the upcoming closing of Phar-Mor


COURTS

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Torrey M. Harris, 29, of 1417 Deer Creek Court, Austintown,


MAHONING COUNTY New corps to serve on home front

Volunteers of the corps will receive training. By JoANNE VIVIANO VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER