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Mercer County delays incarceration fee

MERCER, Pa. -- The Mercer County Prison Board has delayed implementation of a daily inmate

Lewis-Cornwell wedding is set for mid-August

Gale Lewis-Washington of 6043 Applecrest Court, Boardman, and Terry R. Lewis of 548 Idora Ave.,

Court reverses 1 conviction in child's rape



Forum Health Northside Charmaine Whipple, 4250 Hillman Way, Youngstown, girl, July 20. Darren

Rep files motion, affidavits

The congressman wants a hearing and the opportunity to call witnesses. By PATRICIA MEADE

MAHONING VALLEY Charities feel effects of falling market

People who usually give their extra money to charity don't have it to give with the plunging stock

FARRELL New apartments won't receive break from property taxes

The agency needs to apply to the county for nonprofit status. By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR SHARON


XChaney High School Class of 1942 classmates will meet for brunch at 11:30 a.m. Aug. 5 at Denny's in

Death investigated

Death investigated HUBBARD -- The Trumbull County coroner's office and city police are


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Dylan Z. Hritz, 18, of 8499 Morningside Drive, Poland, and

Board delays vote on condo project

Residents are worried the development would increase traffic and affect the rural atmosphere.

Trustees meeting tonight

Trustees meeting tonight NEW SPRINGFIELD -- Springfield Township trustees were to meet in special

SWIMMING Nathan King gains all-America status in two state events

The Warren Harding senior ranks among the top 40 swimmers in the nation. By JOHN BASSETTI

Neshannock school board hires superintendent

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Neshannock School District board of education has hired Michael Hink as


Who: Auburn Doubledays (22-12) at Scrappers (19-15). When: 7:05. Radio: WNIO-AM (1390).

HERMITAGE Searchers find body in Shenango River

The fisherman's friends didn't realize he was missing until after dark. By HAROLD GWIN

Kimberly Ziegler, William Blott Jr. set wedding date

AUSTINTOWN -- Announced by Cheryl Ziegler and Terry Ziegler, both of Austintown, is the engagement

POLAND Fire and beating precede death

Police don't know why the man waited so long to report an assault. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR.

Officials investigate food poisoning

TRANSFER, Pa. -- Chris Hackett said Pennsylvania authorities are still trying to determine the

Theft of skid loader

Theft of skid loader AUSTINTOWN -- Police are investigating a report that a thief drove a skid

Erin Seigfried, Dennis Pacholec to wed Aug. 17

AUSTINTOWN -- The engagement of Erin Seigfried and Dennis Pacholec, both of 7276 Stone Valley Lane,

WELLSVILLE DeWine visits, touts new industrial park

U.S. transportation is returning to its roots, the port authority's director said. By NANCY TULLIS

Cost of a special election warrants Taft's attention

Opinion: Even $400,000 is an exorbitant amount to pay for an election in which the winner would serve in the

NEW CASTLE Parking-meter allegations contested

Two other charges were dismissed for lack of evidence. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR NEW CASTLE

TRUMBULL COUNTY Break-ins increase; police on alert

Police are asking people to make sure they lock their vehicles. By PEGGY SINKOVICH and DENISE

YOUNGSTOWN Council to weigh issues at meeting

The first round of grass-cutting on vacant lots has been completed. By PETER H. MILLIKEN

East Palestine plans lake improvements

EAST PALESTINE -- City Manager Gary Clark is making preliminary plans with the Army Corps of

WARREN Improvements to water plant have begun

By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF WARREN -- Work has started to update the city's Elm

Costs in arson

Costs in arson YOUNGSTOWN -- City fire officials incurred more than $100,000 in costs while

Cutlip-Krotzer wedding to be at courthouse

YOUNGSTOWN -- Kris Cutlip and Milan Krotzer, both of 1518 Chattanooga Ave., are announcing the plans

OHIO Token progress: Turnpike strike looms

The turnpike workers union hopes to get $1-an-hour salary increases in each year of a three-year

Heat and humidity trigger ozone alert


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FOOTBALL WVU-bound Villagrana is glad recruiting is over

The Boardman senior is the third area player to verbally commit this summer. By JOE SCALZO

NEWTON FALLS Council rejects voters' petitions

Residents objected to council's handling of a downtown redevelopment project. By STEPHEN SIFF

AUSTINTOWN Trustees strike rules for dogs

A vote on the exotic-animal ordinance has been delayed until the trustees' next meeting. By IAN

SOFTBALL Valley Sting Purple ends season at championship

The team won six games in national competition before finishing runner-up. SALEM, Va. -- The


Opinion: Washington Post: While carnage in Israel and Kashmir and Colombia has dominated international

TELECOMMUNICATIONS WorldCom fall leaves industry's future fuzzy

One attorney said the industry is going through a period of reassessment. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

Sheri L. Pavlock to be bride of Jeffrey Stambaugh

GIRARD -- Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pavlock, 1141 Tod Ave., are announcing plans for the upcoming

TRAFICANT CASE Detore's testimony opens can of worms


Tracy Lombardo, Michael Hedrich to be married

LOWELLVILLE -- Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lombardo of Lowellville are announcing the engagement of their

Taft suggests piggyback special election

Trumbull commissioners are also expected to pass a resolution against a special election. COLUMBUS


AGENDA WEDNESDAY Weathersfield Board of Education, 7 p.m., high school library. AGENDA runs

HUBBARD Fireworks exhibitor: Product is good

The Ravenna man says he hasn't had a problem in 30 years. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL

DIANE MAKAR MURPHY Class of 1942 prepares for 60th reunion

They began their lives in the Roaring Twenties, spent their youths in the Great Depression and

ULSTER PROJECT Making friends, peace

The Ulster teens will take lessons of tolerance back home. By ROSA MERCADO VINDICATOR STAFF

Annual Tour of Ponds

Annual Tour of Ponds VIENNA -- Colonial Gardens' second annual Tour of Ponds will be from 10 a.m.

Non-public schools reject kids they can't educate

Opinion: Non-public schools reject kids they can't educate EDITOR: The community should be thankful to

Two hospitalized

Two hospitalized YOUNGSTOWN -- Jason Bates, 29, of Youngstown told police four shots were fired at


YSU Hall of Fame to induct six YOUNGSTOWN -- Six new members of the Youngstown State University