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Stories published September 4, 2002
Kidnapping charge NILES -- A Linden Avenue woman will appear in court next week on felony charges
The candidate stressed that his brother did nothing illegal by soliciting the contributions. By
St. Elizabeth William and Catherine Cammack, 8017 Paulin Drive, Youngstown, boy, Sept. 3.
A bankruptcy judge left the ownership dispute unresolved when the Boardman store was sold last fall.
YOUNGSTOWN -- An Austintown man charged with aggravated vehicular homicide and a Youngstown woman
LOWELLVILLE -- James and Janice Harrison, 626 Bedford Road, are announcing the engagement of their
Ohio State prepares for Kent Linebacker Matt Wilhelm said the 8th-ranked Buckeyes can't overlook
Opinion: Mahoning County was without a budget director for more than three years before commissioners found
We've known Karen since my oldest son's first day of kindergarten. She was the one sitting behind
One elected official wonders how his office duties will continue under the new form of government.
Opinion: To see beauty, it's best to keep eyes on the sky EDITOR: "Oh Beautiful for Spacious Skies." That
The law requires that the lowest-achieving and the poorest children get priority in the transfers.
MOUNTAINEER ENTRIES TODAY -- 7 P.M. 1st--$10,500, cl $4,000, 3-up F & amp;M, 5 1/2f.
YSU's memorial to Sept. 11 includes a flagpole and trellises representing the World Trade Center
They displayed a photo of themselves taken outside the courthouse in their wedding attire. WARREN
The acting chief says he doesn't fear working out of police headquarters. By TIM YOVICH
County commissioners are expected to discuss the request next week. THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN
Walnut Run residents are split on the need for creek work, one resident said. By JASON R. FUTEY
The older boy was charged with juvenile assault. YOUNGSTOWN -- A father who says his boy was
Authorities have said the infant died of head injuries. LISBON -- A Butler Township man is charged
A councilwoman will inspect to make sure people ordered to repair sidewalks have done so. BY MARY
TUESDAY'S RESULTS BOYS CROSS COUNTRY SUBURBAN LEAGUE (At Columbiana) Boys scoring: 1.
Who: Jammers (32-41) at Scrappers (45-30). When: 7:05. Radio: WNIO-AM (1390).
Threat reported AUSTINTOWN -- Police are investigating a report that a South Roanoke Avenue teen
The Gleaners director said city money paid only for food bank items, not his personal expenses. By
Announcement of the forthcoming marriage of Joellen Burrelli, 5021 Common Market Place, Dublin, and
Event features Griffin BOARDMAN -- Archie Griffin, two-time Heisman Trophy winner at Ohio State
BOARDMAN -- Dallas and Linda Miller of 742 Sabrina Drive are announcing the engagement of their
The guild had been in the Gillmer House for 35 years. By STEPHEN SIFF VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF
Q. I'll be going on a cruise in late September and would like to look a little tan before I don my
Like most of us who live west of the New Jersey Meadowlands, San Francisco 49ers coach Steve
LOCAL Mooney's Stoops named by SVC YOUNGSTOWN -- Cardinal Mooney High junior Ron Stoops was
Major-league influence: Cleveland Indians catcher Einar Diaz played his second game with the
Bridge project SALEM -- City council appropriated $19,956 from the economic development fund for
By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF NILES -- This much is certain: the New York-Penn
Opinion: CHINA UNDER COVER Washington Post: A few days ago a leading AIDS activist in China disappeared. In
LOWELLVILLE -- Joseph and Karen Speziale, 500 North Heights Ave., are announcing the engagement of
The labor secretary was stumping for the Republican candidate in the 17th Congressional District
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Opinion: EDITOR: Recently there was much media attention about a mother whose young children were
Here are some tips to help clean up your house: UWhen pretreating a stain, work from the wrong
Pittsburgh and New England will clash in a rematch of last year's AFC Championship contest. By TOM
WARREN -- Bond is set at $1 million each for two Youngstown men facing numerous charges, including
The zoning board of appeals will hear the matter at 5:30 p.m. Monday. By SHERRI L. SHAULIS
NEWTON FALLS -- Announced by Gary and Mary Ann Pavlik, 40 Washington Ave., is the engagement of
MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Michael S. Paparodis, 24, Poland, and Carrie M. Conner, 23, of
Garden dedication COITSVILLE -- The Coitsville Historical Society will dedicate its National
YOUNGSTOWN -- The engagement of Kimberly Turney and Michael Patrone, both of 3350 Flo-Lor Drive, is
The city auditor's lawyer is asking the judge to reconsider dismissing the charge against his
There are exceptions -- some deputies will be able to take time off. By PATRICIA MEADE