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MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Timothy L. Patmon, 35, of 689 Norwood Ave., Youngstown, and

BILLY SUNDAY Sermon 'Flashes'

Billy Sunday held revival services in Youngstown in 1910. The Youngstown Daily Vindicator covered

DISTRICT Ferguson leads Irish in blowout

Ursuline routed Wilmington 45-0 to improve to 2-1. NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. -- Junior Delbert Ferguson

Angels fund-raiser

Angels fund-raiser CANFIELD -- The fifth annual Angels for Animals Motorcycle Run will be Sunday.

YOUNGSTOWN Library to unveil catalog, circulation systems

YOUNGSTOWN -- The Public Library of Youngstown & amp; Mahoning County will introduce its new

Breakout game

Breakout game Lee Stevens homered twice and tied a career high with six RBIs as the Cleveland


MERGER St. Francis/Jameson Here are proposed changes for the combined St. Francis/Jameson

LEETONIA Reward is offered for firebombing tips

Police now have some leads in two firebombing arson investigations. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR

Dialogue group

Dialogue group LIBERTY -- The Youngstown-Warren Chapter of the Society of St. John Chrysostom, a

4 taken to St. E's after 2-car accident

YOUNGSTOWN -- Four people were taken by ambulance to St. Elizabeth Health Center after a two-car

MAHONING VALLEY Two die in accidents in Niles and Austintown

Occupants of other vehicles were not injured. An elderly man and woman died of injuries they

AUSTINTOWN Special teams key Fitch victory

Davanzo Tate and Chad Lewis returned punts for touchdowns for the Falcons. By JOHN KOVACH

Bond reset at $1 million

Bond reset at $1 million YOUNGSTOWN -- The bond on a man accused in the strangulation death of a

LEADERSHIP Mahoning Valley

Members of the new Leadership Mahoning Valley class for 2003 were welcomed Friday morning by LMV

Spartans top Chaney to stay unbeaten, 42-27

By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF BOARDMAN -- For the first three weeks of the season, the

LAWRENCE COUNTY ACLU protests jailings in child-support cases

The judges will review the cases of 40 people jailed without hearings. By LAURE CIOFFI


Who: Kent St. at Ohio St. When: Noon. TV/radio: WYFX (17/62), WUAB (43); WKBN-AM (570).


YSU Howard released YOUNGSTOWN -- Youngstown State head football coach Jon Heacock has released

TRI-COUNTY LEAGUE United beats Ridge, stays unbeaten

Lisbon used a late rally to edge Wellsville, 22-21. MINERAL RIDGE -- Jordan Phillips scored on a

STRONGSVILLE Gutsy call leads to Warren Harding victory

Mike Kokal connected with Treymayne Warfield for the game-winning touchdown. By CHUCK HOUSTEAU

Two top 10 teams clash at stadium

The Penguins are underdogs to the McNeese State Cowboys. By PETE MOLLICA VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF

ERNIE BROWN JR. Men will be measured by their legacy

The measure of a man is the legacy he leaves. This column is dedicated to two men who have left

YOUNGSTOWN Ground zero memorabilia to be housed at McDonough

YOUNGSTOWN -- The McDonough Museum of Art will house a temporary display of memorabilia from ground

Vocalist's musical provides a revival of evangelist's life


Salvation Army offers spiritual invasion

Salvation Army offers spiritual invasion YOUNGSTOWN -- The Salvation Army's "Spiritual Invasion

& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;BARICH & lt;/B & gt;,

& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;BARICH & lt;/B & gt;, Dolores J. Brooks, 73, of

Summary of police activity:

Summary of police activity: CANFIELD Aug. 26 Drug paraphernalia: Police arrested a 33-year-old

GOVERNOR'S RACE Hagan ad strategy to fail experts say

National political leaders say TV ads do not have the effect on political campaigns that they did

NEW MIDDLETOWN Turnovers cost E.P. as Springfield wins first game of 2002 season

Dan Schuler had a solid all-around game for the Tigers. By TOM WILLIAMS VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF

9/11 ATTACKS | Memorial services

MAHONING COUNTY Austintown Community Church, U.S. Route 46, will discuss the topic, "Remembering

NEW CASTLE Hearing addresses concerns over hospital sale

Physicians are evaluating the community's health-care needs and making recommendations to Jameson.


FRIDAY'S RESULTS FOOTBALL SCORES AREA Boardman 42, Chaney 27 Poland 59, Woodrow Wilson 0

YOUNGSTOWN New U.S. courthouse is set to open

A grand-opening ceremony is planned for next month. YOUNGSTOWN -- The new Federal Building and

LISBON Trial of day-care operator in infant's death is delayed

LISBON -- The Oct. 7 trial set for a former Wellsville day-care operator has been postponed.


U.S. SENATORS OHIO George Voinovich, R, 317 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510.

Edible Art Collection

Edible Art Collection YOUNGSTOWN -- The American Heart Association's 13th annual Edible Art


BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Jennifer Nestor and Kevin Juillerat, 522 N. Ward Ave., Girard, girl, Aug.

YOUNGSTOWN Online chain letter offering cash from Bill Gates is -- sigh -- a hoax

Some of the e-mail hoaxes offering free money from big companies have been around for years. By

Web sites to check

There are thousands of Internet Web sites listing common e-mail hoaxes, and many include tips on how

Making a joyful noise on Market Street

The instrument has a few dents, but it sounds wonderful. By JEAN NEICE VINDICATOR PHOTOGRAPHER

Youngstown's CDA director takes long-overdue action

Opinion: Jay Williams, director of the Youngstown Community Development Agency, is to be commended for


MOUNT UNION vs. WISCONSIN-WHITEWATER When: 2 p.m. Where: Perkins Stadium, Whitewater, Wisc.

Mooney climbs out of hole to jar Shaw for second win

By PAUL TRGOVAC VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT YOUNGSTOWN -- After falling behind in the first minute

REV. DANIEL ROHAN Orthodox celebrate birth of the Virgin

"Your Nativity, O Mother of God, has brought joy to all the inhabited earth, for from you has shown

ICL Lowellville rolls to 3-0 mark

Powered by Mike Palumbo and Andy Peterson, the Rockets blanked Brookfield 28-0. By GREG GULAS

MAC Canfield, Hubbardare 3-0

Poland and East Liverpool also are unbeaten; Campbell has won two straight. CANFIELD -- A