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WARREN Council OKs amnesty on income tax

The program also allows installment plans for delinquent taxpayers. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR


MILTON TOWNSHIP Waterline project receives funding; start expected

A Lake Milton resident said the project will eliminate the area's unsafe and unsanitary conditions.


SALEM Officials look at property

School officials say it would cost less to operate their own bus facility. By NORMAN LEIGH


NORTHEAST OHIO Questions raised over field rep

Michael G. Clarett will be a liaison between the Ohio secretary of state and area election boards.


Muslims describe response in region

Other communities could take a lesson from Youngstown, a professor says. By MARALINE KUBIK


MILTON TOWNSHIP Waterline project receives funding

A Lake Milton resident said the project will eliminate the area's unsafe and unsanitary conditions.


Fallen telephone poles

Fallen telephone poles CANFIELD -- Three rotting SBC Ameritech telephone poles were pulled to the


UP NEXT Winston Cup

The 2002 NASCAR Winston Cup schedule (winners in parentheses) and driver point standings: Feb. 17


NEW CASTLE Council gives a 3rd try to a ban on burning

Residents for and against the burning ban are contacting council members. By LAURE CIOFFI


LOWELLVILLE Council names man, woman of the year

The engineer presented bids for work to complete the park and ball fields that will be built near


PREP VOLLEYBALL West Branch still perfect in league play

The Warriors took over sole possession of first place in the Northeastern Buckeye Conference.


CROSS COUNTRY | Spartan Invitational

When: Saturday, 9 a.m. Where: Boardman High School. Notes: The meet features 253 varsity teams


Duffel bag probed

Duffel bag probed NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- A suspicious duffel bag at the Lawrence Village Plaza turned


LOCAL

LOCAL Legends of Leather to add four to hall NILES -- The Legends of Leather will add four new


Man faces charges of raping girl, 11

HUBBARD -- A Youngstown man was arrested at his home after indictment on 15 counts of rape and five


Union workers ratify pact with Giant Eagle

THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN AUSTINTOWN -- By a 3-1 margin, members of the United Food and


TRAUMARAMA

TRAUMARAMA Your absolutely most humiliating moments SEVENTEEN MAGAZINE Sticky situation I


WASHINGTON STATE Ursuline's Swogger waits in the wings

The redshirt freshman hopes to compete for a starting job next year. By BRIAN RICHESSON


GIRARD Experts probe school's air woes

The superintendent said doors shouldn't have to be opened to reduce carbon dioxide. BY TIM YOVICH


Salem men injured in separate accidents

SALEM -- Two elderly men were injured in two separate traffic accidents that occurred in the city


TRUMBULL ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Hubbard takes control

The Eagles routed Girard 8-1 to stay unbeaten in league play. By JOHN BASSETTI VINDICATOR


THIEL COLLEGE Wrongly convicted man to speak

GREENVILLE, Pa. -- Thiel College will use a $5,000 National College Athletic Association grant to


Crowd rails at denial of benefit

By CYNTHIA VINARSKY VINDICATOR BUSINESS WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- Shouting "No Justice, No Peace,"


NORTHFIELD ENTRIES

NORTHFIELD ENTRIES SATURDAY -- 7 P.M. 1st--TROT, NW600PSCD, 6,000, 1 MI Rocky Mountain Sun,J


& lt;P & gt;BADILA, John C. Sr., 90, of Poland; calling hours Sunday from 2 to

& lt;P & gt;BADILA, John C. Sr., 90, of Poland; calling hours Sunday from 2 to & lt;BR


STRUTHERS Poland man gets probation on charge involving a train

STRUTHERS -- Judge James R. Lanzo fined a Poland man $50 plus court costs and sentenced him to 30


YOUNGSTOWN Judge Milich fails to follow through on cases

The East Side man didn't report to city probation or pay his fine. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR


Commissioners issue bonds to refinance business project

The bonds will help the company retain 163 full-time jobs. MERCER, Pa. -- County commissioners


THURSDAY'S RESULTS

THURSDAY'S RESULTS BOYS GOLF West Branch 150, Northwest 178 WEST BRANCH 150, NORTHWEST 178


GAIL WHITE Eye Deal helps blind kids but needs help itself

"People see my little girl and think she's a tragedy," said Sandy Dean of Girard. "But she is a


VIENNA New airline mulls local services

The FAA hasn't given any company called Golden Airways permission to run commercial air service, a


NESHANNOCK SCHOOLS District eliminates assistant chief post, to hire administrator

Some board members wanted to keep the assistant superintendent's position. By LAURA MILOSER


COLLEGE FOOTBALL PREVIEW Small college preview

WEST LIBERTY vs. WALSH When: Saturday, 11 a.m. Where: Fawcett Stadium, Canton. Scouting


Cat tale needs a happy ending

By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF THREE PLAYFUL, CUDDLY KITTENS owe their health to a


HOW SOME PRAYED THIS YEAR Security, comfort and love

"Our prayer ... focused on [the fact that] evil, though seemingly triumphant in the moment of


Band show scheduled

Band show scheduled EAST PALESTINE -- The East Palestine high school marching band is hosting its


Wilson finds hope in football

YOUNGSTOWN -- The Wilson High football office isn't much to look at. It's a combination equipment


WARREN MURDER TRIAL Judge Stuard to rule on woman's competency

All three mental health experts said the defendant is competent to stand trial. By PEGGY SINKOVICH


YSU For now, Sweet won't suggest a midyear increase in tuition

A plan by the presidents of Ohio's public universities could ease YSU's budget problems.


GAME TIME Saturday

Who: Nebraska at Penn State. When: 8 p.m. TV: WYTV (33), WEWS (5) WTAE (4).


PREP FOOTBALL Just talk, but SVC growth possible

At least seven schools have been mentioned as candidates for expansion. By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses James E. Large, 32, of 807 Second Ave., Beaver Falls, Pa., and


MAHONING CO. Torch Club to celebrate 75 years in Youngstown

YOUNGSTOWN -- The Youngstown Torch Club begins its 75th anniversary season Monday. The club, founded


MERCER COUNTY Officials explain revamped program

Commissioners turned down an offer by the county children's center to take over the family services


By VALERIE BANNER

By VALERIE BANNER VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT SEX IS EVERYWHERE. IT'S IN music, where pop stars


YOUTHS HAVE THEIR SAY Looking to the future

The Vindicator asked young people to look back over the past year and write about how the attacks


MAHONING COUNTY Man opts for deal in case

The defendant could not explain how the steroids got there and were relocated. By BOB JACKSON


17TH DISTRICT RACE Ryan heads to campuses to seek students' support

The National Republican Congressional Committee lists the 17th District among its 50 most


Probing man's death

Probing man's death YOUNGSTOWN -- City police detectives and the Mahoning County coroner are


Man faces charges after boy is hit by van

YOUNGSTOWN -- A 16-year-old South Side boy was in critical condition this morning at St. Elizabeth


Brookfield stays in hunt with win

BROOKFIELD -- Megan Taylor finished with 15 points and 27 assists, while Whitney Keyser had 19 kills


St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Michael and Nicole Smith, 93 Carnegie Ave., Austintown, boy, Sept. 11 (Correction).


Bush hits right note in speech to the U.N.

Opinion: The United Nations now knows what it must do to keep the United States from launching a preemptive


Mercer Co. agency to condemn 17 properties

FARRELL, Pa. -- Mercer County Housing Authority will condemn 17 properties it controls and plans to


TRUMBULL ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Streak stays alive as Hubbard edges Girard in two sets

The Eagles have not lost a TAC match or game since 1992. By JOHN KOVACH VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF


KELLY WILLIAMS The best defense is good offense

The Canfield senior forward has lettered in three sports. By JOHN BASSETTI VINDICATOR SPORTS


CLUB CALENDAR

ASSOCIATIONS XThe Youngstown Charter Chapter of the American Business Women's Association will


MAHONING COUNTY Libraries adapt to counter income-tax drop

The new $3.4 million Austintown branch is to open next month. By PETER H. MILLIKEN VINDICATOR


More evidence needed to justify attack on Iraq

Opinion: More evidence needed to justify attack on Iraq EDITOR: The Bush administration is currently


Rape indictment

Rape indictment WARREN -- A 21-year-old man has been indicted on two counts of rape and two counts


THE NEXT POST-ENRON ISSUE

Opinion: THE NEXT POST-ENRON ISSUE Washington Post: In all the post-Enron corporate scandals, the policy


HUBBARD Tae kwon do kids find kindness is easy

The pupils did good deeds based on President Bush's call for Americans to perform 1 million random