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Stories published May 11, 2002
Ursuline finished the season at 3-12. By BOB ROTH VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT BELOIT -- The West
NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Charges against a city man accused of arson were bound over to Lawrence County
However, a Boston College baseball official said the school hasn't hired anyone. By BRIAN
YSU Penguins lose in softball DAYTON -- The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay softball team
Pallerino agreed to testify against another man as part of his plea. NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- The city's
The event offers programs that seek to build bridges between the Jewish and Christian communities.
The new senior center offers almost every imaginable activity under one roof. By PETER H. MILLIKEN
By MARALINE KUBIK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- Youngstown State University's new
Who: Astros (Oswalt 4-1) at Pirates (Fogg 4-1). When: 7:05 p.m. Radio: WKST-AM (1200).
Dr. Don Colbert advises eating and lifestyle changes for a better life. Replace butter, saturated
The two got into a tussle in the restroom outside the court where both were attending a court
FARMINGTON -- Rescue workers found a man who'd been lost in the Grand River Wildlife Area in
A man accused of the homicides was acquitted in a retrial. NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- The investigation
Expert to speak YOUNGSTOWN -- The Rev. William Hudnut of Chevy Chase, Md., will speak at 11 a.m.
YSU will play its first 14 matches on the road. YOUNGSTOWN -- Three NCAA tournament teams and
In last year's cleanup effort three of about 85 junk vehicles were towed. By NANCY TULLIS
Route 5/82 detour CHAMPION -- The state Route 45 ramp to state Route 5/82 eastbound is closed. The
Appreciation picnic YOUNGSTOWN -- The Protestant Campus Ministry will have a "Campus Ministry
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Senior Bill Corbett needed only 51 pitches for his first career gem in a 10-0 win over Southern
Location and efficiency are two reasons cited for declining the offer to merge. By BOB JACKSON
Southington defeated Newbury in a Division IV sectional. SEBRING -- The Lowellville High softball
Mayor Melfi said the state audits speak for themselves. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF
Forum Health Northside Todd and Kenda Learn, 4929 E. Radio Road, Austintown, boy, May 10. Forum
Adults are accused of providing underage drinkers with booze and a place to consume it. By NORMAN
MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Benjamin L. Gemmel, 20, of 15175 Akron-Canfield Road, Berlin
By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU COLUMBIANA -- Give them your construction scraps, your
LEETONIA -- Mantie M. Smith of Leetonia beat the odds of one in 1 million to win $20,000 in the Ohio
The party's precinct committee members will meet June 6 to elect officers including chairman and
7 killed, dozens injured in train derailment POTTERS BAR, England -- A high-speed train derailed
Aviles returns to Niles Willie Aviles, who served as coach during the 1999 and 2000 Pinckney-
Police won't get involved in school drug searches unless it's from the outset. By TIM YOVICH
The Penguins will try to bounce back against Wisconsin-Milwaukee today in a twin-bill at Cafaro
By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME REPORTER YOUNGSTOWN -- After 221/2 years in prison, Ronald D.
FRIDAY'S RESULTS BASEBALL AREA SCORES DIVISION II West Branch 10, Ursuline 3 Lakeview 13,