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YSU Cross country YOUNGSTOWN -- Youngstown State will open the season at the Spiked Shoe

STAGE REVIEW Cast succeeds in 'Business' at TNT

An exceptionally strong ensemble of actors to make this an enjoyable evening of musical comedy. By


STOCK, DIVIDENDBIDASKED Avalon Holdings,2.05 2.20 Bank One, .84,39.2739.32 Clear Channel,


TEEN ANGST No way you can believe this guy! The totally appealing/appalling boy report, from

Barbecue isn't chicken feed

By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU COLUMBIANA -- The annual chicken barbecue during the

TRUMBULL COUNTY BCI is asked to probe purchasing practices

One commissioner says the board was asked not to talk about the investigation. By STEPHEN SIFF

GIRARD Deadline for work on dam extended

Engineers think the dam should be partially breached and the lake emptied. By TIM YOIVCH

WARREN Man is charged with murder

A court document says the gunman ran into police moments after the slaying. By STEPHEN SIFF

COLUMBUS Beeghly to join board of regents

Access to higher education and partnership between colleges and industries are essential, the

Local lottery winners

Local lottery winners YOUNGSTOWN -- David and Joyce Ornelas of Lowellville filed a claim in the

INDICTMENTS | Mahoning County

A man accused of bludgeoning his companion at their East Side home was indicted by a Mahoning County

Alex Simon a leader on field, in classroom

Consistency is the name of the game for the Cardinal Mooney High senior. By BILL SULLIVAN


BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Scott and Connie Moorehouse, 1770 state Route 344, Salem, boy, Sept. 4.

WARREN Bank company buys insurance agency

The bank is in the market to buy other small agencies as it grows into the insurance business. THE

Thompson to be appointed as Newton Falls councilman

Thompson was the only applicant for the vacancy. NEWTON FALLS -- City council was to appoint Eric

Forging ties with China

An official of the Chinese Red Cross said he hopes to share ideas with the American organization.

MAHONING VALLEY Officials await word on racetrack

A feasibility study should be complete in a month. By STEPHEN SIFF VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER

California (Pa.) routs Geneva in season opener, 45-0

BEAVER FALLS, Pa. -- Four turnovers and 12 penalties in the first half pushed Geneva College into a


Who: Marlins (Tejera 8-6) at Pirates (Benson 6-6) When: 7:05 p.m. Radio/TV: WKST-AM (1200), Fox

United Way officials encourage extra effort

SALEM -- United Way officials here say it will take extra effort by volunteers to meet the agency's

Mistakes result in discipline


WARREN Groom won't ID sex-change doctors

The couple says they want the marriage license because they are in love. By PEGGY SINKOVICH

COLUMBIANA CO. Flood issue awaits answer

A state official said the matter remains under review. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU


GETTING IT RIGHT An incorrect time was published Sunday for submitting applications for the cement

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Rig overturns, closing U.S. 30 for 2 hours

Rig overturns, closing U.S. 30 for 2 hours LISBON -- A Butler Township man escaped serious injury

SHARON Dispute over safety of new bridge continues

Tearing it down and starting again isn't an option. By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR SHARON BUREAU

YSU looks to plan to draw students

The consulting firm that will develop the plan has worked for more than 600 universities and

UP NEXT Winston Cup

The 2002 NASCAR Winston Cup schedule (winners in parentheses) and driver point standings: Feb. 17

BECKY SHER | Hype No sweat: You can buy an attitude

Remember a couple of years ago when rubber-band bracelets were all the fashion? You'd see NBA

MERCER COUNTY Judge issues sentences in attacks

Police said one man repeatedly shoved and hit four Sharon officers. MERCER, Pa. -- Violent attacks

Suspect in kidnapping and assault to face trial

A rape charge was withdrawn before the hearing. NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- A Plain Grove Township man

Bush must clearly articulate administration's Iraq policy

Opinion: President George W. Bush has taken a giant step toward building the consensus needed in this country

LENTINE CASE Baby killer requests early release

This is the second time Lentine's defense attorney has asked for her client's release. By PEGGY

Trumbull United Way forgoes cash goal

By SHERRI L. SHAULIS VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF WARREN -- With speeches peppered with car racing

DIANE MAKAR MURPHY Advice to grads: Go to college as a consumer

Last year, I gave advice to high school graduates. It's hard to imagine I'm any brighter this year

Suspect still sought

Suspect still sought LIBERTY -- Township police and the FBI have released an enhanced photograph

WARREN Labor group won't let candidate join parade

Only endorsed candidates can march, the group told the Republican candidate for Congress.


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses James C. West, 60, of 514 Idora Ave., Youngstown, and Teresa

YOUNGSTOWN In visit, Hagan blasts Taft

The Democratic challenger called the governor a corporate sellout who is out of touch with the

MAHONING VALLEY BBB issues warning about loan scam

The BBB offers tips on how to avoid loan scams. YOUNGSTOWN -- The Better Business Bureau of


Who: Indians (Burba 4-5) at White Sox (Buehrle 17-9) When: 8:05 p.m. Radio/TV: WKBN-AM (570),


Opinion: PROTECT IMMIGRANT CHILDREN Chicago Tribune: In the context of American immigration, their numbers

YOUNGSTOWN Authorities study girl, 16, accused in baby's killing

The girl's mother and lawyers involved in the case can't speak to the press. By JoANNE VIVIANO


AGENDA SATURDAY Struthers Board of Education, special meeting, 9 a.m., board offices, 99 Euclid

GIRLS SOCCER Howland, Canfield strong on defense

The Metro Athletic Conference rivals played to a scoreless tie Thursday. By JOHN BASSETTI

Loss of Gillmer House is a bad sign of economic times

Opinion: There was unhappy news in Trumbull County this week, and that news should give everyone cause to


ASSOCIATIONS XTrumbull-Mahoning-Ohio Association of Occupational Health Nurses will meet at 6 p.m.


TEEN HEALTH Gaining weight in a safe manner TEENGROWTH.COM Q. Unlike most teen-age girls, I'd

Y-town athletes make us proud

Critics love Youngstown. They attack our business, our politicians and our people. They say we

HUBBARD Seniors angry over possibility of losing center

The center is an ideal spot for the meals program, the nutrition director says. By TIM YOVICH

GAIL WHITE Parenting isn't a one-size-fits-all proposition

I sent my 8-year-old and 10-year-old to their bedroom. "Sort through all your clothes," I told

Loboy's fund-raiser

Loboy's fund-raiser YOUNGSTOWN -- Jim Loboy of WHOT-101 FM is walking to New York City to raise

Sleep Inn robbed

Sleep Inn robbed AUSTINTOWN -- Police are looking for a man who brandished a metal object and

BCI is asked to probe purchasing practices

The prosecutor says Lid Chemical has refused to cooperate. By STEPHEN SIFF and PEGGY SINKOVICH

CAMPBELL Hearing to decide if boy, 13, will face sex-assault charges

The 13-year-old boy is suspected of sexually assaulting four children, including a sister. By

Politicians eager to find gross mismanagement won't have far to look

Opinion: Politicians eager to find gross mismanagement won't have far to look EDITOR: It is interesting

Pistol Pete

Pistol Pete Pete Sampras sent a message to his critics and his opponents Thursday night, with a