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Across Mahoning Valley, Heart Walks are planned

Area businesses are organizing Heart Walk teams, which are usually groups of 10. YOUNGSTOWN --

When love takes a wrong turn

The car had turbo and a stereo that could blow open the trunk. By STEPHEN SIFF VINDICATOR

AUSTINTOWN 3 face charges related to trafficking in drugs

AUSTINTOWN -- A 22-year-old Youngstown man faces a felony heroin trafficking charge after officers

LEETONIA Artisan's Festival to go on this year

Area police will offer child-identification fingerprinting. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM

SALEM Library upgrades computer system

Online access to the new system allows users to reserve and renew materials. By NORMAN LEIGH

Law is too lenient on careless drivers who kill

Opinion: Law is too lenient on careless drivers who kill EDITOR: Why is it you can kill someone with a

ONE ON ONE | Nickola Ceglia Social service leader learned early to keep a chair empty

For somebody who might not know, can you give a brief description of what Trumbull LifeLines does?

NFL | Week 1

Sunday's scores Kansas City 40, Cleveland 39. San Diego 34, Cincinnati 6. Carolina 10,


CRIME STOPPERS Greater Youngstown A search for Demetrius Rich is the focus of Crime Stoppers of

PERRY TOWNSHIP Man accused of firing at cops

The man shot twice at law enforcement officers, authorities say. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR

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St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Gary and Amy Linton, 714 Oberlin Place, Austintown, boy, Sept. 6. James and Amy

PREP FOOTBALL Unbeaten Beaver Local defeats Rayen

The Beavers used some big plays early to hand the Tigers their second loss. By BOB ROTH

City-plan workshops

City-plan workshops YOUNGSTOWN -- The city is conducting a half-dozen invitation-only workshops

NILES Picture this: Your pet helping out a charity

The top three photographs will receive prize baskets. By SHERRI L. SHAULIS VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


Opinion: BRITAIN Daily Telegraph, London, Sept. 2: To many Labor supporters, by no means only those on the

Poker Run benefit

Poker Run benefit Several Mahoning, Trumbull and Columbiana County Pizza Hut restaurants are

Loss ruins good day for offense

Browns kicker Phil Dawson has made 19 straight field goals. VINDICATOR STAFF REPORT CLEVELAND --


TRUMBULL COUNTY New complaints First Place Bank vs. Christopher Brady, foreclosure.


FRIDAY'S GAMES American League Boston 7, Toronto 2 Anaheim 6, Baltimore 3 N.Y. Yankees 8,

MERCER COUNTY Two men die in road accidents

Police said a truck pulling a trailer pulled into John Jones' path. GROVE CITY, Pa. -- A Jackson

Local observers see change in travel industry

Area pilots are starting to see passengers' attitudes about flying getting back to normal. By


IF YOU GO Leetonia Artisan's Festival The Leetonia Artisan's Festival will be from 10 a.m. to 5

WARREN Belevedere Ave. wife charged in fatal stabbing

Detectives said the stabbing happened during a fight. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL

PERFORMANCE IN SCOTLAND Sergeant plays in band for queen

The sergeant honed his skills with the Liberty High School Marching and Jazz bands and Warren Junior

NEW CASTLE Shooting near store injures two

A bystander was shot in the back. NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- City police were expected this morning to


NFL Favorite Points Underdog Pittsburgh 3 NEW ENGLAND Sunday INDIANAPOLIS 3 Miami


AGENDA TUESDAY Eagle Heights Academy board meeting, 5 p.m., school auditorium, 1833 Market St.,


scored a fourth-quarter touchdown for a 7-6 victory Saturday night. Melvin Stewart's 14-yard run

Gospel hip-hop event toasts release of artist's CD

YOUNGSTOWN -- TheBeatLab Productions is sponsoring a CD release party at 7 p.m. Friday in the

NILES He's a man of steel and a good landmark

The artist has other pieces on display throughout the Valley. By SHERRI L. SHAULIS VINDICATOR

Woman grabbed

Woman grabbed WARREN -- A Kenilworth N.E. woman told police that someone grabbed her and attempted

with Nickola Ceglia

with Nickola Ceglia Age: 47 Hometown: Warren, now lives in Howland. Occupation: Executive

Enrollment at YSU continues to climb

Opinion: For the second consecutive year, enrollment at Youngstown State University has increased, so you may

YOUNGSTOWN Suspect held in teen's death

The man arrested on the bus said he believed he was the actual target, so his mother bought him a

THE PENTAGON Local Naval officer details chaos after attack

EDITOR'S NOTE: Navy Capt. William J. Toti, a 1974 graduate of Campbell Memorial High School and a

BROWNS Rudd-iculous

Two unsportsmanlike conduct penalties cost Cleveland a win in the first game of the season.

School open house

School open house COLUMBIANA -- An open house at South Side Middle School will be from 6:30 to 8