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HERMITAGE SCHOOLS Arbiters work on dispute

Arbitration meetings lasted nearly eight hours. HERMITAGE, Pa. -- Another arbitration session in


YOUNGSTOWN Educator: Let's get parents involved

Adults must be better models of behavior, said the leader of an effort to promote character in the


TEEN HEALTH

TEEN HEALTH Bad breath can indicate nose, sinus, tooth woes Q. I have always had bad breath.


BIRTHS

St. Elizabeth John and Jennifer Herr, R.R. 1, Box 84, Edinburg, Pa., twin boys, May 9.


YOUNGSTOWN Children to learn about sports safety

YOUNGSTOWN -- The Child Life & amp; Education Department at Forum Health Tod Children's


Guard leaves airport

Guard leaves airport VIENNA -- The National Guard troops assigned to Youngstown-Warren Regional


Free WRTA pass

Free WRTA pass YOUNGSTOWN -- Joe Lewis Wilson Jr. won a six-month transit pass from Western


GAIL WHITE Motherhood more important than big plans

As a young, single, childless woman I had big plans. I was going to be a big executive with a big


YOUNGSTOWN Commissioners approve sale of bonds for YMCA branch

By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR COURTHOUSE REPORTER YOUNGSTOWN -- Construction of a $12 million


TRACK AND FIELD Harding cruises to Trumbull County crown

Maplewood edged Girard for the girls title on the final event. By DOUG CHAPIN VINDICATOR


NESHANNOCK School board OKs proposal for budget

The board is looking for new legal representation. NEW CASTLE -- The Neshannock Area School Board


GIRARD Lawmaker says council is getting financial data

Residents still don't realize the depth of the city's problems, the councilwoman said. By TIM


MERCER COUNTY Officials OK bonds for BHC

Commissioners approved funding for repairing the Hadley Dam. By MARY GRZEBIENIAK VINDICATOR


WEST BRANCH Board awards bids for work

The board also anticipates accepting bids for the K-8 building. BELOIT -- The West Branch Board


LAWRENCE COUNTY One commissioner's horse race

A 4-year-old mare, a former race horse, broke free from a nearby Amish farm. By LAURE CIOFFI


Jennifer Harold, Chad Dennewitz set wedding date

BOARDMAN -- Vincent and Dorothy Harold, 28 Erskine Ave., announce the engagement of their daughter,


Government shouldn't pay for steel pensions

Opinion: Government shouldn't pay for steel pensions EDITOR: I wish to express my opposition to the use


Sherlock is target of 2nd investigation

The ethics commission waited for completion of the state audit before launching its own probe. By


Bids for high school

Bids for high school NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- City school officials opened bids for construction of a


WARREN State board is dropping complaint against attorney

The attorney still has a contempt of court case pending against her out of Columbiana County. By


CANFIELD Bayus blocks widening of road

Trustees will take another vote on the road improvements Monday. By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF


SAY WHAT

SAY WHAT "In the beginning, the students were afraid of change. But the kids got together. The


COLUMBIANA COUNTY Judge sets trial date for murder suspect

The judge gave permission to take the deposition of a police officer who was at the scene. By


Shannon Price, Jason Lukz plan August wedding

NORTHVILLE, Mich. -- Frederick and Linda Price of Northville, Mich., are announcing the engagement


WARREN Red Cross ends year with a big splash

Volunteers help the children in the pool twice each week throughout the school year. By DENISE


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YOUNGSTOWN City eyes costs to redevelop airport

The city is making plans since its last industrial park is almost full. THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN


CLUB CALENDAR

ASSOCIATIONS XWarren Charter Chapter, American Business Women's Association, will meet at 6 p.m.


INDICTMENTS Mahoning County

The following people were indicted Thursday by a Mahoning County grand jury: Megan E. Buchanan,


MOUNTAINEER ENTRIES

MOUNTAINEER ENTRIES TODAY -- 7 P.M. 1st--$10,300, mdn cl $4,000-$4,000, 3YO up, 1 1/8mi. Reid


Spartans edge Bulldogs

Spartans edge Bulldogs The Boardman High softball team produced the big break it needed in the top


COLUMBIANA Hearing to focus on TV service

Customers may comment on service issues and their future cable-related interests. COLUMBIANA --


SALEM Mother names hospital in suit

The lawsuit alleges that the hospital and a doctor delayed administering antibiotics. SALEM --


BECKY SHER | Hype Electronics geared for women

It's a great time to be a woman shopping for electronics. Why? Because it seems like every company


PREP SOFTBALL Boardman wins battle of best

Last year's state qualifiers, Boardman and Poland, needed eight innings to decide matters. By MARK


BASEBALL Liberty outlasts Salem

SALEM -- The Liberty High baseball team scored eight runs in the final three innings to defeat Salem


AUSTINTOWN During speech, mother discusses struggles of son's mental illness

Federation of Families is available to anyone who deals with children suffering from any type of


OHIO POLL Other results

Other Ohio Poll results released Thursday show: U.S. Sen. George Voinovich's job performance


Miss Addicott to be bride of Mr. Achenbach

The engagement of Adrienne Marie Addicott, daughter of Jeffery and Alexis Addicott of Hermitage,


Thanks, mom, for a life of love

Saturday will be an exciting day for me. It's my junior prom. For weeks now, I have eagerly


PREP SPORTS AT A GLANCE

BASEBALL THURSDAY'S SCORES TOURNAMENT DIVISION II Struthers 17, Wilson 0 Niles at Lakeview,


OHIO Poll: Fewer approve of Taft's performance

The governor's disapproval rating is an all-time high. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR POLITICS


EAST SIDE Agency unveils building

The new Salvation Army building is being used primarily for church services. By D.A. WILKINSON


YSU

YSU Softball DAYTON -- Illinois-Chicago sophomore Jacque Vaca went 3-for-3 with two RBIs, as the


DEEP THINKER N.J. student finds outlet for thoughts

This year, more than 4,000 elementary and secondary school pupilsparticipated in the Kids Philosophy


LORDSTOWN SCHOOLS Principal leaves job for a post at TCTC

The longtime principal has worked in the district about 18 years. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR


MAHONING COUNTY Failure of tax rouses Reese

Commissioners plan to fight hard for passage of the tax in the November election. By BOB JACKSON


YOUNGSTOWN PRESCHOOL

By MARALINE KUBIK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- A royal flush in poker probably wouldn't


GAME TIME Today

Who: Astros (C. Hernandez 3-0) at Pirates (J. Anderson 2-4). When: 7:05 p.m. Radio/TV: WKST-AM


CONGRESSIONAL RACES GOP: Dems' stronghold looks weaker

By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR POLITICS WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- The National Republican Congressional


BASKETBALL

BASKETBALL Grove City High School -- needs a team for a tournament Nov. 29-30 and for the