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LORDSTOWN Zoning board hears debate over landfill

More than 150 residents attended the meeting to express their concerns. By SHERRI L. SHAULIS


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WARREN Officials propose amnesty for those owing income taxes

Legislation on dogs and on massage parlors also are on council's agenda. By DENISE DICK


YSU grad details sights at Pentagon

The Virginia resident said he's learned to appreciate family and friends more since Sept. 11. By


COLUMBIANA COUNTY Police are closer to an arrest in Wellsville homicide

The victim knew his killer, the prosecutor says. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU


FARRELL SCHOOLS Pedas donates funds and offers his time

The former teacher has made nearly $400,000 in financial gifts to the school district over a 33-year


NEW CASTLE Two face charges in shooting of men

Two men were injured, including a bystander, when the shooting started. NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Two men


WHY THEY SAY NEIN TO WAR

Opinion: WHY THEY SAY NEIN TO WAR Los Angeles Times: German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder is causing


DIANE MAKAR MURPHY You never know which 'goodbye' will be the last

Just before Christmas, my friend Marie McDonald called from Florida. Marie and I became friends in


AUSTINTOWN Plastic development sign has got to go, say residents

A developer has offered to pay half the cost of constructing a nicer sign. By IAN HILL


YSU enrollment

YSU enrollment YOUNGSTOWN -- Enrollment went up 3.7 percent this fall at Youngstown State


SUMMITVILLE Tile company plans to transfer some work

A renovation of the tile plant in Summitville is being planned. By DON SHILLING VINDICATOR


Creek bridge project

Creek bridge project RAVENNA -- The Ohio Department of Transportation plans to replace a bridge


LAWRENCE COUNTY Murder suspect seeks to have evidence thrown out

A hearing is set for Sept. 19. NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- A murder suspect wants a judge to throw out


YOUNGSTOWN Span study is complete

Two years ago, historic preservation issues delayed the bridge project. Now, there is another


INSIDE ON A8: The debate among some European leaders has shifted from not whether but how the United

INSIDE ON A8: The debate among some European leaders has shifted from not whether but how the United


Vindicator staff wins 4 awards

CINCINNATI -- The Vindicator newsroom staff won four awards in the 2002 Ohio Society of Professional


CONTRIBUTION | Spending breakdown

Former Farrell teacher Ted Pedas presented the Farrell Area School District with a $30,980


YOUNGSTOWN 3 men to be tried in rape, robberies

Jurors will be instructed to consider each case separately, the judge said. By BOB JACKSON


NORTHEASTERN OHIO

NORTHEASTERN OHIO YOUTH FOOTBALL LEAGUE 95-pound Division Austintown Little Falcons 12,


REMEMBERING 9/11 Events scheduled

More public events to commemorate the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. COLUMBIANA COUNTY


The head of a new YSU organization said that America's actions make people hate this country.

The head of a new YSU organization said that America's actions make people hate this country. By


NASCAR WINSTON CUP LEADERS

NASCAR WINSTON CUP LEADERS Through Sept. 8 Points 1, Sterling Marlin, 3,439. 2, Mark Martin,


MAHONING COUNTY Jury selection to start in case against Forum

Four doctors originally named in the lawsuit have either settled out of court or been dismissed.


YSU

YSU Kristy Gaudiose makes commitment YOUNGSTOWN -- Kristy Gaudiose, a senior at Poland High


NILES Judicial ruling sought on police matter

Union officials have contended that patrol officers are being excluded from special duty


SOUP'S ON | Retail outlets

DeNiro Cheese Co., Youngstown, and Sidari Foods, Cleveland, are the wholesale distributors of


GIRARD Dam pact delayed

Legislation is being prepared to repair five or six valves at Lower Girard Lake Dam to reduce water


HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER Poland extends win streak to 5

Canfield, Mooney and Warren JFK also won girls games. NILES -- Brit Davis scored two goals as the


NEW MIDDLETOWN Council vote backs development plans

The nonprofit organization has developed similar housing in Canton and Orrville. By MARY


City's response to mold at Hubbard police station could endanger everyone

Opinion: City's response to mold at Hubbard police station could endanger everyone EDITOR: I am writing


Son's birth is a plus on negative day

As the country marked milestones of the Sept. 11 tragedy, the Canfield parents marked milestones of


Meeting being reset

Meeting being reset WARREN -- Members of city council's finance committee members voted to cancel


17TH DISTRICT Traficant gets his campaign under way

A member of the America First Party's national committee is running the former congressman's


NEW CASTLE Firefighters, police, officials reach tentative agreements

A change in medical benefits will save the city $200,000 next year. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR


The service runs from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and will be on a live Web cast at www.ectn.org.

The service runs from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and will be on a live Web cast at www.ectn.org. By DENISE


2 charged after altercation at school

STRUTHERS -- Preliminary hearings will be Feb. 19 for a Lowellville father and son charged in an


LORDSTOWN Board hears landfill debate

More than 150 residents attended the meeting to express their concerns. By SHERRI L. SHAULIS


St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth William and Renae James, 150 Carter Circle, Boardman, boy, Sept. 9. Mark and Holli


GETTING IT RIGHT

GETTING IT RIGHT A story Sunday gave the incorrect holiday in Israel during which there is a


TELEMARKETING Call centers pare back services for Sept. 11

Managers said they don't want to offend by calling consumers on the anniversary of the attacks.


The Youngstown State University graduate said he's learned to appreciate family and friends more

The Youngstown State University graduate said he's learned to appreciate family and friends more


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Richard A. Liddle, 39, of 2437 Manor Ave., Poland, and Cindy


YOUNGSTOWN Free parking fizzles over funds, abuse

Workers, not visitors, are filling free spots early in the morning, the mayor said. By ROGER G.


BOARDMAN Trustees restrict adult-business sites

Most of the regulations stayed intact. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


MAHONING COUNTY State will reduce funding to MRDD

The board will use other funding sources and leave some positions temporarily vacant. BOARDMAN --


Strip club vows suit if law is passed

The club's attorney is expected to present more evidence to the trustees Sept. 23. AUSTINTOWN --


HOW THEY FARED YSU opponents

Clarion (0-1) did not play; Next at Millersville. McNeese State (2-0) beat YSU 28-13; Next at


Putting the Pilates method into print

The sisters learned the exercise method through their dance careers, which they began in Youngstown.


Cortland native hopes singing will help healing

The service runs from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and will be on a live Web cast at www.ectn.org. By DENISE


New federal building opens in Youngstown

Opinion: The irony of this week's opening of the second federal building and U.S. courthouse in downtown


E. Palestine council recognizes labor unions

EAST PALESTINE -- City council agreed Monday to recognize the union representing its police and


SCHEDULES | YSU basketball

MEN November 9 -- USBL (N.Y.) All-Stars, 7 p.m. 22 -- at Indiana State, 7:05 p.m. 26 --


Board approves bank's request for sign

HERMITAGE, Pa. -- Citizens Bank will be allowed to put a 70-square-foot sign on the exterior wall of


WARREN Officials face off over waste collection proposal

Some officials are concerned the planned facility could grow into a larger operation later. By


Police seek information on injured woman

CAMPBELL -- A 38-year-old Youngstown woman found outside a vacant Chambers Street home Friday with


LIBERTY TOWNSHIP Officials consider putting home-rule issue on ballot

Home rule would give trustees more authority to regulate nuisances. By PETER H. MILLIKEN


BOARDMAN Trustees restrict sites for adult businesses to 3 vacant lots

Most of the township's regulations stayed intact. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


MAHONING VALLEY Soup sales to benefit food bank

The soup was developed from a family recipe. By LINDA M. LINONIS VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


REUNIONS

Campbell Memorial High School January and June Classes of 1949 will have a get-together at 5 p.m.


YOUNGSTOWN City takes steps to reopen street

Noticeable construction on reopening Federal Street to vehicle traffic should start in the spring.


SHARON Man gets jail term, must repay victims

The man used the money to bet on the ponies. MERCER, Pa. -- A common pleas judge has ordered a


AUSTINTOWN Snyder's seeks tax breaks for Tamco center

The Minnesota company still says it plans to hire former Tamco workers if it buys the warehouse.


Route 18 paving

Route 18 paving HERMITAGE, Pa. -- Crews working on the expansion of state Route 18 from two to


Opening your morning newspaper a year ago Wednesday, you may have been greeted by headlines on the

Opening your morning newspaper a year ago Wednesday, you may have been greeted by headlines on the