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PRESS DAY 2002 Winners, honorees

Here are the winners of the 2002 Youngstown State University/Tri-County Journalism Association Press


Sherlock says she's learned from travel mistakes

The commissioner said she won't take her family along on other work-related trips. By BOB JACKSON


NEWTON FALLS ASSAULT PROBE Woman says she beat female first

A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Tuesday. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


MAHONING COUNTY Youngstown man indicted in rape case

YOUNGSTOWN -- Shajehan Haywood, 30, of Magnolia Avenue was indicted this week by a Mahoning County


Wenzels marking 40th anniversary

BOARDMAN -- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wenzel, 183 Mayflower Drive, will mark their 40th wedding


Woman says she beat female first

A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Tuesday. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


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PRODUCTS How to pick a shredder that will make the cut

The price ranges from $20 to $200. KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS Thanks to the Andersen accounting


Deadline looms for LTV retirees

About 2,000 area retirees may lose the coverage they thought they had. By DON SHILLING


GETTING IT RIGHT

GETTING IT RIGHT UAn independent candidate running in the 17th Congressional District race needs


MAHONING COUNTY Sherlock: I've learned from travel mistakes

The commissioner said she won't take her family along on other work-related trips. By BOB JACKSON


DIOCESE OF YOUNGSTOWN Teacher's suit alleges age discrimination

Diocese officials said the woman entered an invalid marriage. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR


PREP SOFTBALL Raiders' Jenn Toth one-hits Blue Devils

The South Range pitcher helped her team move into a tie for first in the ICL. BERLIN CENTER --


MAHONING VALLEY Forum Health to celebrate National Nurses Week

'Nurses Care for America' is the theme. YOUNGSTOWN -- Forum Health, in support of National Nurses


Kimbell goes free after 2nd trial

Police said Thomas Kimbell Jr. knew details about the stabbing deaths that only the killer could


WARREN Merchants organize to boost downtown

The group meets at 8 a.m. Tuesdays on the second floor of the Hippodrome, High Street. By DENISE


Doherty-Mangin engagement is made known

Announcing their engagement are Nancy Doherty, 63 N. Hazelwood Ave., Youngstown, and Samuel R.


June wedding set by Miss DaVia, Mr. Rubenstein

Plans for the late-spring wedding of their daughter, Lisa Marie DaVia, and Eric Meyer Rubenstein,


BODY AND BIBLE: Aaron Jones, 27, of Corryville, Ohio, wears a crucifix during a workout and Bible

BODY AND BIBLE: Aaron Jones, 27, of Corryville, Ohio, wears a crucifix during a workout and Bible


Annual meeting

Annual meeting WESTLAKE, Ohio -- A local woman will be installed as president of the Episcopal


OHIO Bush's approval slipping, polls says

About three-quarters of those polled approve of the way the president is handling foreign affairs.


Miss Zembower, Mr. Tomory to be married in June

COLUMBIANA -- Roger and Debra Zembower, 1935 Garfield Road, are announcing the engagement of their


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Latell, Sawyer say polls show leads

None of the candidates believes the others' polling numbers. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Robert H. Pugh, 33, of 2546 N. Redgate Lane, Youngstown, and


Lisa Taormina, Jason Dingman to marry June 1

BOARDMAN -- Paul and Patricia Taormina, 1466 Turnberry Drive, are announcing the coming marriage of


Orthodox Easter services

Orthodox Easter services YOUNGSTOWN -- Sts. Peter & amp; Paul Ukrainian Orthodox Church is


Officers are installed by TOPS 1497

AUSTINTOWN -- The installation of officers for 2002-2003 highlighted a meeting of TOPS 1497 of


EAST PALESTINE High school grant allows computer access from library

Students will be able to access recordings of science classes. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM


COLUMBIANA COUNTY 2 indicted in shootings that left 1 dead, 1 hurt

One person would face a life term if convicted. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU LISBON


TRUMBULL COUNTY Traffic safety

The Trumbull County Safe Communities group, along with the DUI Task Force, recognized several


Warren downtown merchants unify

The group meets at 8 a.m. Tuesdays on the second floor of the Hippodrome, High Street. By DENISE


6TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT Ohio GOP chair endorses Halleck

The state GOP chairman said one of the Republican candidates has 'a history of half-truths and not


REV. ANDREW GALL Celebrating the Resurrection by the numbers

Guided by the directives of the Council of Nicaea in 325 A.D. and calculating the date according to


Execution date set

Execution date set YOUNGSTOWN -- The Ohio Supreme Court has set Aug. 1 as the execution date for


Solmen-Hohloch wedding plans are announced

COLUMBIANA -- Patricia Solmen of Columbiana is announcing the engagement of her daughter, Janice


TRUMBULL COUNTY Mold is found in offices

An EMA office has been sealed. By STEPHEN SIFF VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER WARREN -- The Trumbull


Mold found in health offices

An EMA office has been sealed. By STEPHEN SIFF VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER WARREN -- The Trumbull


MERCER COUNTY Cincinnati man gets jail term in game fight

Wilson was in the bleachers when a fight broke out between two students behind him in the final


LTV Deadline looms for retirees

About 2,000 area retirees may lose the coverage they thought they had. By DON SHILLING


REV. DAVID G. SUBU Resurrection offers new life with God

This week across the world and throughout these United States, approximately 300 million Orthodox


Christina Mullen, Kevin Bulford are engaged

Mr. and Mrs. Doug Mullen, 959 Liberty St., Salem, and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Bulford, 370 Somer St.,


High school grant allows computer access from library

Students will be able to access recordings of science classes. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM


ERNIE BROWN JR. Rayen's JROTC makes teens better Americans

The nearly dozen students dressed in military uniforms had the titles of major, sergeant first


President celebrates U.S.-Mexico friendship

President celebrates U.S.-Mexico friendship WASHINGTON -- Singing "Ai, yai, yai, yai!" with a


Manter-Doyle wedding to be in Groveport

HUNTINGTON, Ind. -- Announcement is being made of the engagement of Bethany Ann Manter and Stephen


2 indicted in shootings

One person would face a life term if convicted. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU LISBON


School district and state could do better jobs

Opinion: School district and state could do better jobs EDITOR: For 12 years, our state leaders have


BOARDMAN Speaker emphasizes understanding change

Leaders must be prepared to advance changes against resistance. By MARALINE KUBIK VINDICATOR


PULASKI SLAYINGS Kimbell goes free after 2nd trial

Police said Thomas Kimbell Jr. knew details about the stabbing deaths that only the killer could


MERCER COUNTY Man gets prison for injuring girl, 3

One defendant took more than $1,400 from the Knights of Columbus. MERCER, Pa. -- A Sharon man will


Miss Costarella, Mr. Crawford set date for wedding

BOARDMAN -- Announced by Tony and JoAnn Costarella, 38 S. Shore Drive, is the engagement of their


BIRTHS

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STAGE REVIEW 'Foreigner' delights with wackiness

An outrageously funny plan to deceive turns a wacky, chaotic vacation into an amusing story you will


MEANDER RESERVOIR Safety access lanes are sought

The fire chief says the meeting left him hopeful the emergency lanes would be built. By IAN HILL


CLUB CALENDAR

ASSOCIATIONS XMahoning Retired Teachers Association will hold a luncheon meeting at 11 a.m.


MAHONING COUNTY Sheriff seizes records in elections fraud investigation

The records taken include audio tapes, hearing transcripts and other documents. By DAVID SKOLNICK


Safety access lanes are sought

The fire chief says the meeting left him hopeful the emergency lanes would be built. By IAN HILL


Also indicted by a Columbiana County grand jury:

Also indicted by a Columbiana County grand jury: Aaron Walters, 25, Albuquerque, N.M.; conspiracy.


BERLIN CENTER Anna Marie Ricciardi has vertical visions

The Western Reserve junior wants to high jump 5 feet, 6 inches. By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR SPORTS


Sheriff seizes elections records

The records taken include audio tapes, hearing transcripts and other documents. By DAVID SKOLNICK


School levy event

School levy event CANFIELD -- The school district levy committee will present "A Celebration of