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49ERS Mariucci likes his team's attitude

San Francisco plays all five teams from its preseason schedule in the regular season. By TOM


SHARPSVILLE, PA. Developer buys property from city

The borough will have to go through the condemnation process for a Walnut Street property a second


YSU Mold closes parts of Beeghly Center

Portions of the classrooms had been flooded in July, and some faculty members who taught in them


COURTS

COURTS MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Russell L. Frederick, 28, Antioch, Tenn., and Amanda


Crews battle brush fire

Crews battle brush fire CHAMPION -- Firefighters think open burning caused a brush fire in a field


Founders didn't eschew Bible; separation doctrine is creation of the courts

Opinion: Founders didn't eschew Bible; separation doctrine is creation of the courts EDITOR: I am amazed


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HIGH SCHOOL PREVIEW Weekend football

BOARDMAN (3-0) vs. URSULINE (2-1) Game time: Friday, 7:30 p.m. at Stambaugh Stadium, Youngstown


DIANE MAKAR MURPHY At adult day care, they're laughing like kids

The building next to the now-vacant Home Place store in Boardman used to be a children's day care


"It makes me not want to leave Warren. It seems like no one knows about little Warren and that makes

"It makes me not want to leave Warren. It seems like no one knows about little Warren and that makes


Teachers OK 'intent to strike' authority

Teachers OK 'intent to strike' authority EAST PALESTINE -- Members of the union representing East


Hundreds in area join day of reflection

We paused to honor those who died a year ago and to reflect on the changes in their lives.


Let them eat bark

Opinion: Americans are so well fed, it's sickening. We eat too much fat, not enough fruits and vegetables.


MCDONALD Council removes tax administrator

The tax administrator believes some village officials wanted someone else for the job. By JASON


TRUMBULL COUNTY Opinion sought on jail panelist

Commissioners say they would not have appointed Carson to the jail review committee if they thought


St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Michele and Nicole Smith, 93 Carnegie Ave., Austintown, boy, Sept. 11. Jason and


CLEVELAND BROWNS FANS AREN'T THE ONLY ONES STEAMING MAD AT DWAYNE RUDD. EVEN LITTLE COLIN RUDD IS

CLEVELAND BROWNS FANS AREN'T THE ONLY ONES STEAMING MAD AT DWAYNE RUDD. EVEN LITTLE COLIN RUDD IS


TRUMBULL COUNTY Charges changed

The defendant is expected to be arraigned on the charges sometime next week. By PEGGY SINKOVICH


BOARDMAN Grief expert: Resolving 9/11 won't be easy

There is no quick fix for those experiencing grief, a grief management specialist says. By JOHN


Trumbull County sheriff serves food for thought

Opinion: Even if it never gets beyond the talking stage, the idea of Mahoning, Trumbull and Columbiana


HOWLAND Ajax plant has a new owner

A county commissioner credited a group of Ajax executives for attracting the attention of the new


ONE-ON-ONE | Laurie Gomez-Henes Former Boardman standout has time on her side

You made All-America one more time in college than your husband, Bob. Do you ever rub it in?


WARREN Canfield man admits stealing from couple

The two men met while inmates in the Mahoning County Jail. WARREN -- A 42-year-old Canfield man


TRUMBULL COUNTY Indictments The Trumbull County grand jury indicted these people Wednesday:

Randall L. Fife, 39, of Highlawn Avenue, Warren; three counts felonious assault. Keith E. Stambolia,


WARREN Owner appeals plan to demolish motel

The appeal contends the demolition order constitutes an unconstitutional taking of private property.


WARREN Suspect in bank robbery is hospitalized after crash

WARREN -- A 47-year-old city man suspected of robbing the First Place Bank in Jamestown Village


PREP FOOTBALL STANDINGS

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MEN'S SOCCER

MEN'S SOCCER Bethany 2, Thiel 1 -- Daniel Reinoso got the game-winning goal with 31 seconds


STEEL VALLEY Remaining schools to keep conference alive

Mooney, Ursuline and Warren Harding will try to expand the league. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR


Terror threats don't fly with mother on a mission

Airlines cut domestic flight schedules by 13 percent on Sept. 11 compared with the previous


Speaker pleads for peace Muslims are urged to get to know people of other religions

A handful of non-Muslim community and religious leaders turned out for the event, along with several


Medical program set

Medical program set YOUNGSTOWN -- The Men's Club at Trinity United Methodist Church, 30 W. Front


PATSY MALIE It's not hard to see reason for hot start

The Mooney running back has helped the Cardinals double their win total from last season. By BRIAN


YOUNGSTOWN Videos used in Giancola lawsuit

The Boardman man said no one ever told him what to do if his wife had a relapse. By BOB JACKSON


LOCAL

LOCAL Kennedy hires tennis coach WARREN -- Jose Nogales has been hired to coach the Warren


Church offers party after Rayen games

Church offers party after Rayen games YOUNGSTOWN -- Fifth Avenue Community Church, 1361 Fifth


Driver faces multiple charges after chase that ends in crash

GREENVILLE, Pa. -- Police said the theft of a lawn ornament led to a car chase that covered several


NORTHFIELD RESULTS

NORTHFIELD RESULTS WEDNESDAY 1st--Crossing Over7.403.202.80 Miss Erica (G Soehnlen)3.202.60


TAYLOR STEEL Officials postpone tax vote

Niles has opposed the abatement for the Lordstown mill. THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN By STEPHEN


YSU 9/11 memorial

As part of Youngstown State University's commemoration of the terrorist attacks, students were asked


YOUNGSTOWN AREA COMMUNITY CUP 2002 results

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MERCER COUNTY Board finalizes design for jail

The project will use about 200 feet of Thompson Road as the jail's access point. By HAROLD GWIN


NEW CASTLE, PA. County mulls change for public housing

Some housing authority members want the Grant Street public housing in the program instead. By


COL. COUNTY Officials mull 911 charge

Proposed surcharges for a 911 system have ranged from 50 cents to $1. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR


It's not hard to see reason for hot start

The Mooney running back has helped the Cardinals double their win total from last season. By BRIAN


Showing respect, mourning moving on

A city fire captain also encouraged the crowd to heed the program title, 'We Go On.' By DENISE


Drug arrest

Drug arrest AUSTINTOWN -- Police arrested a Youngstown man Wednesday after finding prescription


LAWRENCE COUNTY Inmates freed in support cases

The judges are still trying to decide if the county must provide attorneys for those charged with


with Laurie Gomez-Henes

with Laurie Gomez-Henes Age: 32. Hometown: Boardman; now lives in North Carolina. Occupation:


TRUMBULL COUNTY

TRUMBULL COUNTY Opinion sought on jail panelist Officials say they wouldn't have appointed


It only took three weeks, but we seem to have finally figured out this whole thing. Ironically

It only took three weeks, but we seem to have finally figured out this whole thing. Ironically


Conjoined twins who couldn't be separated die at their home

BRISTOLVILLE -- The conjoined twin daughters born last month to a Bristolville couple have died. A


Hermitage gas-line break prompts pupils' evacuation

HERMITAGE, Pa. -- Elementary school pupils got another unexpected break in their day when a work


NEWTON TOWNSHIP Officials will mark historical settlement

The township marks a special year in history. NEWTON FALLS -- In recognition of Newton Township's


WARREN Building official to quit Sept. 20

The city temporarily switched the building official and inspector positions last month. By DENISE


SHARON, PA. Camera bids run above budget

District real estate tax receipts are running ahead of last year. By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR


BRISTOLVILLE Conjoined twins who couldn't be separated die at home

BRISTOLVILLE -- The conjoined twin daughters born last month to a Bristolville couple have died. A


OUT-OF-TOWN BIRTHS

XScott and Tracey (Harrold) Brandewie of Hilliard are announcing the birth of their third child, a


LAWRENCE COUNTY ACLU frees people jailed on contempt

The judges are still trying to decide if the county must provide attorneys for those charged with