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Sobinovsky jubilee marked at open house

YOUNGSTOWN -- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sobinovsky, 171 Parkgate Ave., were guests of honor during an open

Mother-child contest

Mother-child contest HERMITAGE -- Shenango Valley Mall will have its annual Mother-Child Look-

KEYSTONE CLIPS April was a month for awareness

Just how many national awareness or education designations can one month have? Various special

Primary election provides 'jewels'

Opinion: UWhat are "barking goats?" UIf you were a member of the "Ohio Naternal Guard," would you have to

OPTIMIST TRACK Steele ties best throw to win meet's discus

Canton GlenOak's girls and Cleveland Glenville's boys won team titles. By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR


STRAY-CHIP SCAM Tip of the month A favorite ruse used by casino thieves is to toss a gambling


FRIDAY'S GAMES American League Anaheim 6, Toronto 4 Texas 4, Cleveland 2 Seattle 6, N.Y.

LAKEVIEW INVITATIONAL Champion boys, Lakeview girls gain sweet repeats

Champion's Ryan Petrick was in on four victories. By DOUG CHAPIN VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT

JAMES DULLEY Cutting your utility bills Pool water systems use little electricity

Q. I have thought about using a no-chemical ozone or salt purifier kit for my swimming pool to save


BILL COSBY IN YOUNGSTOWN The Vindicator/Jean Neice 'HELLO FRIEND': Comedian Bill Cosby

Anniversary is celebrated by Maughans

GIRARD -- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Maughan, 22 E. Second St., celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary

CURRENT PRICES Around the nation

Current prices are recorded from antiques shows, flea markets, sales and auctions throughout the


HELPING HANDS Volunteering Volunteer Services Agency, a United Way Agency, is a local resource

LifeFlight helicopter to go for test run

LifeFlight helicopter to go for test run HUBBARD -- A test run of a LifeFlight helicopter will be

Tribe reminds us of bad old days

Who was it who said (and I'm paraphrasing here): "Those who forget the past are condemned to repeat

MIKE BRAUN Your $$$ at work

Do you often wonder where those hard-earned dollars you spend at club events eventually end up?


Games at 4:30 p.m. unless noted DIVISION I Host: Fields of Dreams, Boardman Seeds: 1.

Lilkos to observe 50th anniversary in Las Vegas

YOUNGSTOWN -- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lilko of 3209 Meredyth Lane will be honored May 14 at a

Group plans trip on steam-powered train

Group plans trip on steam-powered train On June 8 the Mahoning Valley Railroad Heritage

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FUGITIVE OF THE WEEK Leashawn Easterly

The FBI and the Mahoning Valley Violent Crimes Task Force is asking the public to help find the

JACK WOLLITZ Weather and the art of fishing

The bass hadn't heard the weather report last Sunday, because they should've been hunkered down and


YOUNGSTOWN STATE Today -- Baseball at Wright St., 1 p.m.; Track & amp; Field at Jesse Owens


HEALTH Celebrating nurses YOUNGSTOWN -- Forum Health is celebrating National Nurses Week, May

Perkinses mark 50th anniversary at private dinner

YOUNGSTOWN -- Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Perkins of 92 Chatham Lane were honored April 12 at a private


EDUCATION YOUNGSTOWN -- Karen S. Frank, a Youngstown native, has been named the newly created

SURGICAL PROCEDURE Less weight, more life

For the morbidly obese, the bypass surgery may be their last chance to live a normal life. By

Biased coverage misleads readers about Mideast

Opinion: Biased coverage misleads readers about Mideast EDITOR: I was extremely disappointed in your

Women to exhibit art works at The Butler

Proceeds from a patrons party and a preview party will benefit women and children of the community.

VIENNA -- The Mineral Ridge High softball team scored all of its runs in the fifth inning as pitcher

VIENNA -- The Mineral Ridge High softball team scored all of its runs in the fifth inning as pitcher

Man stabbed in arm

YOUNGSTOWN -- A man was stabbed in an arm around 10:30 p.m. Saturday on Martin Luther King

MASONIC INITIATION One-day initiation event is first in state's history

WORTHINGTON -- The Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Ohio held the largest initiation event


Games at 4:30 p.m. unless noted DIVISION I Host: Cene Park, Struthers Seeds: 1. Boardman. 2.


Standings Mahoning Valley Trap League Lowellville Rod & amp; Gun Club559\ New Middletown

WHAT TO EAT Dietary guidelines

Here are five things the government thinks you should do to eat properly. How many do you follow?

60th anniversary marked by Hays at family dinner

BOARDMAN -- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hay, 555 W. Glen Drive, celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary


CATHLEEN CARNEY DANA MOORE GIRARD -- The wedding of Cathleen Carney and Dana Moore took place at


Q. How much do I have to earn to get work credits on my Social Security record in 2002? A. In

Group plans drug trip to Canada

SHARON, Pa. -- The Alliance for Retired Americans is sponsoring a trip to Hamilton, Canada, for

CLEANUPS Neighborhood projects

The times, dates and places of upcoming neighborhood cleanup projects in the area: WEDNESDAY

Students to take part in Envirothon

JAMESTOWN, Pa. -- Nearly 1,000 high school students across northwestern Pennsylvania will

BALLOTS Candidates and issues

An X indicates Vindicator endorsement. An * denotes an incumbent. OHIO TREASURER Democrat


LINDA WINTER RICHARD ELAM MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Linda J. Winter and Richard C. Elam, both of Columbus,

The Mahoning Valley Trap League schedule for the 2002 seasons is as follows:

The Mahoning Valley Trap League schedule for the 2002 seasons is as follows: April 29, Fish &

SOCCER ROUNDUP Saturday's games

MLS Earthquakes 3, Crew 2 SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Ramiro Corrales scored a last-minute goal as the


COLUMBIANA COUNTY Divorces asked Kimberly Hays, 9288 Dutchtown School Road, Rogers, vs. Gary

Valley connection

Valley connection Where there is a will, there is a way. Paul Kowalczyk, a Warren native, is a

MERCER HIGH SCHOOL A Distinguished Educator earns accolades in forensics

Hugh Ringer is the forensic coach and athletic director, and he loves both jobs. By LAURI

Surprise dinner party held in Niles to mark Richardsons' anniversary

LISBON -- Alberini's Restaurant in Niles was the setting May 4 for a surprise dinner to honor Mr.


DOCTORS New chiropractor Michael E. Faber has received his doctor of chiropractic degree from


NORTHFIELD RESULTS SATURDAY 1st--Go Cindy Go(R Tharps)2.602.602.20 Cr Grandiose(C Wyers)3.802.80

MAHONING VALLEY 'Walk for Life' promotes health

This is the second year for the event. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER

PREP BASEBALL Canfield splits with strong competition

Chaney defeated Lakeview for its sixth straight win. TALLMADGE -- The Canfield High baseball team

Swing for Life Golf Classic set

The event planned for June 21 will benefit LifeBanc. HUBBARD -- The fifth annual Swing for Life

CLEVELAND -- Married at 6 p.m. May 4 at The Renaissance Hotel were Susanne M. Fulco and Dr. Robert

CLEVELAND -- Married at 6 p.m. May 4 at The Renaissance Hotel were Susanne M. Fulco and Dr. Robert

MAHONING VALLEY Businesses see growth in Communion parties


JAMESTOWN HIGH School project foes unite

Some fear the project is too expensive for the district. By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR SHARON BUREAU

MAHONING VALLEY Nemenz grocery returns to Canfield, Boardman

A longtime area grocer has taken over a Canfield store and is opening a new store in Boardman. THE


LISA DUCKWORTH NIGEL HIGGS POLAND -- The marriage of Lisa Duckworth, 48 N. Cadillac Drive,


REGISTERED VOTERS By the numbers Registered voters in the Mahoning Valley for the past five


AGENDA MONDAY Vienna Township trustees, 7 p.m., at town hall, Youngstown-Kingsville Road N.E.,

WARREN Roadsters exhibit rolls into Packard museum

Fred Warren of Warren Motorsports owns the featured vehicles. WARREN -- The National Packard

THE KOVELS | Antiques and collecting Everything old is new: Many recycle their finds

Collectors like to find new uses for old objects, which can be recycled in original ways. In the


Born: April 11, 1902, in the Ukraine. She came to the United States with her parents at the age of 8

ON FILE Paul Kowalczyk

Paul Kowalczyk, a native of Warren, has been athletic director at Southern Illinois University for


EVENTS Lakes Tournament Trail: West Branch May 11, Berlin June 23, Mosquito July 14, Berlin again


WITH THE VETS Veterans meetings Meeting schedule for the week of May 5: TODAY Post 3307,

PLAY REVIEW 'Eleanor' provides glimpse into life of memorable woman

The chemistry between actors makes this love story come to life. By JOHN W. GOODWIN, JR.

Penguin stars help youngsters

Penguin stars help youngsters Fanfare: I am writing on behalf of the Ohio Browns Boosters to


Q. What is it with these cosmetic companies? No sooner do I find a lipstick color I really like than

Special-needs day camp scheduled for August

Special-needs day camp scheduled for August KINSMAN -- A day camp with one optional overnight

Program warns Springfield teens against fast driving

NEW MIDDLETOWN -- Mahoning Safe Communities, Springfield schools and the village police department


HONORS Person of the Year Coast Guard Petty Officer (Food Specialist 1) Traci Addicott


BLOOD DRIVES MONDAY Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 388 E. Midlothian Blvd., Youngstown, 12:30 to

Frames marking 50th today at celebration

POLAND -- Mr. and Mrs. E. Gordon Frame of 5340 Jeanne Lynn Ave. are being honored today at a

FUND-RAISER Golf event to benefit hospital

WEST MIDDLESEX, Pa. -- The 19th annual Forum Health Tod Children's Hospital Golf Classic will be

PAUL KOWALCZYK | Profile Harding grad works way to top

Perseverance and friendly assists have helped Paul Kowalczyk become athletic director at Southern


St. Elizabeth Pat and Phemie Colonna, 285 S. Inglewood Ave., Youngstown, boy, May 3. Michael and

Fronzaglios renew marriage vows during 35th anniversary celebration

AUSTINTOWN -- Mr. and Mrs. Lou Fronzaglio of Austintown were feted as they celebrated their 35th


SLIPPERY ROCK New lieutenants Eight Slippery Rock University Army ROTC seniors will be


REGION Phipps Conservatory presents 'DinoQuest' Beware: There are lifelike dinosaurs placed


RENOVATIONS Jamestown The Jamestown Area School Board is considering high school renovations and

PREP SOFTBALL Rivalry's first round goes to Canfield

The Cardinals outlasted Mooney 1-0 in eight innings. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF

PETS | Mary Jo Nagy Allergies don't have to mean the end of animal ownership

Have you been told that you have developed an allergy to your cat, dog or other furry pet? Has your


SATURDAY' RESULTS BASEBALL AREA SCORES Chaney 10, Lakeview 4 Mooney 6, Ursuline 5 Canfield


YSU Baseball DAYTON -- Youngstown State defeated Wright State 11-7 Friday in a Horizon League

YSU Autism robs him no more

Once a boy who could not look directly at anyone, Sean Barron now faces people and cameras all over

The catchy tunes are swimming in the heads of pupils and their families.

The catchy tunes are swimming in the heads of pupils and their families. By STEPHEN SIFF

JOHN KOVACH | Colleges Mooney grad leads Walsh golf team

NORTH CANTON -- The limitation of practicing primarily only putting and chipping shots in practice,

SCOTT SHALAWAY Welcome back little hummers

If you haven't put up your hummingbird feeder, you're late. I saw a ruby-throated hummingbird on

Women's health screenings planned

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Registered nurses from St. Francis Hospital will conduct health screenings for


BOATING Free inspections Free boat safety inspections for 2002 certificates are being offered by

POWERS AUDITORIUM Cosby's appeal never grows old

The veteran comedian's style has not changed. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER

SWANSON | Keystoner Area loses two top women coaches

Two of the area's highly touted women's basketball coaches are stepping down after long careers on

PILOT PROGRAM Pa. trout stocking

CountySiteDate Time CarbonLehigh Canal5/912:45 Clarion/ForestToms Run5/611:30 DauphinRattling

Special to Vindicator

Special to Vindicator PICK A PLANT: "Children Grow Better in Families" has been chosen by

PATRICIA C. SYAK | Symphony notes 2002-03 season spans centuries of genres

The Youngstown Symphony Orchestra will celebrate 77 years of music making during the 2002-03

Elections officials expect voter turnout in Valley to be very low

One official predicted voter-turnout percentages to be as low as 29 percent. By DAVID SKOLNICK

NEW GOLF COURSE The Links comes to Firestone Farms

The new 18-hole layout in Columbiana is set to open on July 1. By PETE MOLLICA VINDICATOR SPORTS