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ROUNDUP Chaney no-hits Wilson, 12-0; Canfield is winner over Niles

By beating Niles, Canfield secured the Metro Athletic Conference championship. YOUNGSTOWN -- Jeff

NILES Sharon Tube awaits word on abatement

If approved, construction will begin this month and the facility will become operational next year.

SCORE to give awards to 3 businesses

THE VINDICATOR YOUNGSTOWN -- SCORE, the Service Corps of Retired Executives, will present three

PennDOT will give 2 grants for pedestrian, biking trails

HERMITAGE, Pa. -- The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation will provide two grants totaling


BASKETBALL Salem Memorial Building League -- needs referees, scorers and timers for Centennial

The house had smoke detectors but no batteries.

The house had smoke detectors but no batteries. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME REPORTER


UNDERCLASS DIVISION (9TH-10TH GRADERS) Flyweights: William Rios (Campbell) won by decision over


WEDNESDAY'S GAMES American League Detroit 7, Kansas City 6 Boston 15, Baltimore 3 Texas 8,

WARREN Police exam brings disputes

Six police sergeants have filed a lawsuit about the exam. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL

Making the news his dream

By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF HUBBARD -- Seth Doane has the enviable job of traveling

Boardman rolling along, now 16-0

By BOB ROTH VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT BOARDMAN -- Junior third baseman Andrew Good hit a home run

MAHONING COUNTY Judge alters bond in shooting case

The defendant can pay $20,000 and hire a bail bondsman to get out of jail. By BOB JACKSON

ENERGY National Fuel raises instead of cuts rates

STAFF/WIRE REPORTS ERIE, Pa. -- National Fuel Gas Distribution Corp. raised its rates 6 percent,

Treasurer seeks foreclosure on house Tyson had owned

WARREN -- Trumbull County Treasurer Christ Michelakis is asking a court to foreclose on the

GREENVILLE, PA. Jail takeover means 6 will lose their jobs

The dispatchers could get work as on-call jail attendants for COG. By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR

TRUMBULL LAW DAY Lieutenant governor speaks

The lieutenant governor encouraged lunch guests to display positive patriotism. By PEGGY SINKOVICH

State troopers kick off safety-belt campaign

State troopers kick off safety-belt campaign The Ohio State Highway Patrol kicked-off zero

Boardman rolling along

The Spartans are now 16-0. By BOB ROTH VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT BOARDMAN -- Junior third

Zoldan's horse is near pick for field

Bruce Zoldan of Boardman is an owner of Windward Passage, who was a finalist for the run for the

TRUMBULL COUNTY | Law Day winners

Pupils who won awards in drawing and writing contests for the Trumbull County Bar Association's

Austintown school officials seek missing walkie-talkie

AUSTINTOWN -- School officials here are looking for a $720 walkie-talkie that's been missing since

TRUMBULL COUNTY Official's status unclear

It has been a stormy few years for the health commissioner. BY STEPHEN SIFF VINDICATOR STAFF

YOUNGSTOWN City council notes

City council handled these items Wednesday: Authorized the board of control to waive permit fees

HERMITAGE SCHOOLS Dispute will go to arbitration

Two additional dates are scheduled if needed. By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR SHARON BUREAU

LAWRENCE COUNTY Police discount change in story of victim's mom

The mother of one of the child victims was too distraught to testify. By LAURE CIOFFI

MAHONING COUNTY Behind bars, Chance awaits appeal outcome

The former sheriff now has company at his Michigan prison. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME

WARREN Park Hotel to become Comfort Inn

New owners hope the hotel's restaurant will reopen. WARREN -- The city's 100-year-old landmark

PONDEROSA PARK Attorney to work on taxes

The Salem-area park has been in bankruptcy court since November 2000. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR


St. Elizabeth Ronald and Carey Thomas, 16383 Coolidge St., East Liverpool, twins: boy and girl,

Woman accused of making threats

COITSVILLE -- Dorothy J. Leone threatened to blow up utility poles and power lines if workers didn't

PHOTO DISPLAY Exhibit schedule

UnseenAmerica, a photo exhibit of and by working class people, is on display at the Youngstown

DIANE MAKAR MURPHY A & amp;F doesn't need my help in losing its shirt

I own Abercrombie & amp; Fitch stock. (You know Abercrombie & amp; Fitch. It's that store

KIMBELL TRIAL Other testimony

Closing arguments in the killings of Bonnie Lou Dryfuse, her daughters Jacqueline, 7, and Heather,

UAW director will run for post

The regional labor leader does not live in the 17th Congressional District. By DAVID SKOLNICK

Furnace suspected in home fire

NEGLEY -- Fire investigators are looking at a faulty furnace as the cause of a fire that destroyed a

COLUMBIANA CO. Board lays off official in public

Ohio law requires that governing bodies taking an official action do so during open meetings. By

HERMITAGE SCHOOLS Principal selected for middle school

The school board will refinance a bond issue if doing so will save enough money. HERMITAGE, Pa. --

Fire thought to be an arson damages New Castle house

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- City firefighters fought another suspected arson fire, the eighth in the city in

YOUNGSTOWN Exhibit to focus on working people

Local health care and library workers will get a chance to contribute to the exhibit. THE

3 new firefighters

3 new firefighters WARREN -- The city will swear in three new firefighters at 10 a.m. Friday in

17TH DISTRICT 4 labor unions endorse Sen. Ryan

The four unions have more than 1,800 active members. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR POLITICS

CAMPBELL Officials swear in new council clerk for 2-year term


Black Americans want to see more role models

Opinion: Black Americans want to see more role models EDITOR: In response to Roger Smith's recent


Who: Pirates (Villone 2-3) at Rockies (Thomson 3-2). When: 3:05 p.m. Radio/TV: WKST-AM (1200).

Zoldan's horse is near pick

Bruce Zoldan of Boardman is an owner of Windward Passage, who was a finalist for the Kentucky Derby

BOARDMAN Voters to decide 7 liquor issues

A trustee said most of the businesses seeking permits are established and have a good track record.

YOUNGSTOWN 2 die in 'suspicious' fire

The house had smoke detectors but no batteries. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME REPORTER

The Vindicator/Lindsay Semple

The Vindicator/Lindsay Semple PHOTO EXHIBIT: Esther Cohen and Louis Alvarez, both of New York

Having a dandy time just sowing some seeds

Hannah Kuhar, 5, blows dandelion seeds near her home in Lorain, Ohio. She was out enjoying the

SOFTBALL Poland assured piece of crown

Fitch senior Brianna Ozias tossed a no-hitter against Ursuline. CANFIELD -- The Poland High


Opinion: Toronto Globe and Mail: Crisis offers opportunity. Certainly that's how Turkey must regard its

Workshop by author

Workshop by author BOARDMAN -- Author Louanne Johnson will present a workshop, "Coping with

HOCKEY Ice Zone may get franchise

Bruce Zoldan said he is hoping to land a franchise for a team in the Continental Elite Hockey


Opinion: Chicago Tribune: The Army's Crusader artillery system is becoming the Rasputin of weapons programs.

3 injured in crash

3 injured in crash WASHINGTONVILLE -- Thomas Whitfield, 67, of New Springfield was in stable

YOUNGSTOWN Traficant will have signatures for independent run, aide says

Traficant has asked for more time to file with the House ethics committee. By DAVID SKOLNICK


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Andrew L. Townsend, 45, of 361 Cornell Ave., Youngstown, and

17TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 4 labor unions endorse state Sen. Ryan

The four unions have more than 1,800 active members. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR POLITICS


YSU Baseball COLUMBUS -- A late comeback by Youngstown State came up just short in a 6-5 loss to