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Stories published September 11, 2002
Prosecutors are asking the judge to deny the defendant's request. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR
Who: Pirates (Benson 7-6) at Reds (Dessens 7-7) When: 12:35 p.m. Radio: WKST-AM (1200).
The owner plans on expanding the Trumbull County building to keep up with demand. By CYNTHIA
Opinion: Bombs away and away and away and away! EDITOR: Why don't we bomb Iraq? After all they may or may
Cold Metal workers are moving quickly toward a buyout so they can keep customers. By DON SHILLING
St. Elizabeth Neftali and Chivonne DeJesus, 130 Kendis Circle, Youngstown, boy, Sept. 10. James
LISBON -- A certified public accountant from East Liverpool is Columbiana County Republicans' pick
HERMITAGE, Pa. -- The city has completed the installation of a new weather warning system designed
The suspect has done this in other jurisdictions, reports show. COITSVILLE -- An Austintown man
If you don't live here, you don't belong here, the superintendent says. By PETER H. MILLIKEN
Weathersfield trustees * David Pugh, township administrator, said the township's third and final
The police chief says the grant couldn't have come at a better time. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR
A county commissioner credited a group of former Ajax workers for attracting the attention of the
Opinion: Not long after the terrorist attacks in New York City, Washington, D.C., and western Pennsylvania
By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF WARREN -- Sheriff Thomas Altiere is asking the
By JOHN KOVACH VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF Saturday will be a homecoming of sorts for Brad Smith
Area businesses and the general public will be asked for aid in a fund-raising campaign slated to
Summary of police activity: Sept. 5 Warrant: A 29-year-old Boardman man surrendered to police
AGENDA THURSDAY Weathersfield Township Board of Zoning Appeals, 7 p.m., township administration
Kiki Willis scored three times as the Cardinals made it two straight victories over the Falcons.
The schools now are eligible for even bigger grants to implement their plans. By RON COLE
Many local military people are still away from their families and jobs as Operation Enduring Freedom
CHANEY (1-2) vs. CAMPBELL MEMORIAL(2-1) Game time: 7:30 p.m. at John Knapick Stadium. Last
Former firefighter YOUNGSTOWN -- James A. DiMuzio, 40, of Melrose Avenue, has been placed on
It's the 14th home to be improved or built in Mahoning County by the Habitat group. YOUNGSTOWN --
Tires, paint cans and batteries are among the items that won't be accepted. HILLSVILLE, Pa. --
Prosecutors said the victim would not cooperate in building a case against the Magnolia Avenue man.
The contract extension expired Sept. 7, a worker said. By SHERRI L. SHAULIS VINDICATOR TRUMBULL
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A group of patriotic police officers and firefighters spruced up the monument. By PATRICIA MEADE
Population figures play a large part in a community's block-grant allocations. By DENISE DICK
MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Joshua A. Fox, 19, of 266 Matta Ave., Youngstown, and Roxanne
Sidewalk project LIBERTY -- Construction began Tuesday on a $363,653 sidewalk project along
Three co-defendants have already pleaded guilty and been sentenced. YOUNGSTOWN -- A 36-year-old
THEN AND NOW Fast facts Opening your morning newspaper a year ago Wednesday, you may have been
Opinion: SAFETY MUST BE GUIDING RULE Detroit Free Press: At last, the pointless questions are history. No
Test positive for virus NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Another mosquito pool in Lawrence County and two more
The borough faces a $1.62 million deficit. By LAURI GALENTINE VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT
The history professor said he thinks a conventional war with Iraq is likely. By HAROLD GWIN
The county clock tower will be in place sometime in early October. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR
CAPT. JOHN SPAGNOLA Age: 34. Hometown: Grew up on Youngstown's South Side; lives in Poland.
No one will ever forget where they were on this day last year. No one will ever forget hearing of
In Howland, thousands of schoolchildren waved flags, while people of several faiths prayed together
The funds to pay for the additional patrols will come from a federal drug prevention grant.
LOCAL RB Luke Srock fuels Western Reserve BERLIN CENTER -- Western Reserve High running back
Wide receiver Aaron Marshall returns to a quarterback role. By PETE MOLLICA VINDICATOR SPORTS
When the high school sports schedules began trickling in last summer, we were a little surprised to
Firefighters spread some of the spilled sealant over an adjacent parking lot. NILES -- A
A meeting was set for Sept. 25 on the waterline project. By MARY GRZEBIENIAK VINDICATOR
Ensemble to sing tonight at Jacobs Field CLEVELAND -- Everlasting Hope, a seven-member women's
Managers said they don't want to offend by calling consumers on the anniversary of the attacks.
New regulations could take effect by 2003. By STEPHEN SIFF VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER WARREN --
Suit alleges job bias YOUNGSTOWN -- A detective sergeant has filed a civil complaint in federal