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Youngstown case falls through judicial crack

Opinion: Last year, in explaining why the case of Zachary T. Howell lay dormant in his court for 91/2 months,

Hubbard finds its running 'Lane'

The Eagles' running back rushed for 300 yards in a 41-21 win over Newton Falls. By BRIAN


Who: Michigan at Notre Dame. When: 2:30 p.m. TV: WFMJ (21), WKYC (3), WTOV (9), WPXI (11).

WESTERN RESERVE CLASSIC Charity horse show opens bigger, better

Donations benefit the Animal Welfare League of Trumbull County. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR


GATEWAY Indiana St. (1-1) at Ball St. (0-1), 2 p.m. W. Illinois (1-0) at W. Kentucky (1-1), 2:30

& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;BEST & lt;/B & gt;, David

& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;BEST & lt;/B & gt;, David R., 51, of North Lima;


By D.A. WILKINSON VINDICATOR RELIGION EDITOR SALEM -- The Rev. Connie D. Sassanella has a new


KATHLEEN SLAVENS TIMOTHY ROBBINS YOUNGSTOWN - Married Aug. 9 in the gardens at Stambaugh

Death penalty added to murder charge

The defendant is being held in jail without bond. WARREN -- A 20-year-old Newton Falls man would

Covenant celebration

Covenant celebration CANTON -- The Northeastern Ohio Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in

Helle leads Indians in rout of Lakeview Bulldogs, 34-13

GIRARD -- Girard High quarterback Matt Zuppo connected on 20-of-30 passes for 260 yards and one


FLAG FOOTBALL All Out Sports -- will put on a 4-on-4 flag football tournament at St. Anne's Church

Spartans hang tough

Boardman beat Ursuline in a Steel Valley Conference shootout. By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR SPORTS


FRIDAY'S RESULTS FOOTBALL SCORES AREA Chaney 42, Campbell 7 Rayen 38, Struthers 34


LINDSAY EVANOFF JEFFREY DEAN STRUTHERS -- The marriage of Lindsay M. Evanoff and Jeffrey D. Dean,

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL Rayen overcomes Struthers; Canfield, Howland unbeaten

Keith Ratliff's late touchdown lifted the Tigers to the victory. STRUTHERS -- Keith Ratliff scored

TRUMBULL COUNTY Jail board studying plan to run empty prison facility

Many details of the plan still must be worked out, including who would run the facility. By

CAMPBELL McElroy, Hood, Johnson keys to Chaney win

The Cowboys capitalized on their speed to beat Campbell, 42-7. By JOHN KOVACH VINDICATOR SPORTS

We will never forget, but can we ever forgive?

Judaism and Islam both teach that followers must express regret for their sins before they can earn

MAHONING COUNTY Officials say bids for security at court may finally be OK

Court staff will use an electronic buzzer to open the hallway door for visitors. By BOB JACKSON

TRUMBULL COUNTY Grand jury indicts Brookfield man

Robert Mild is accused of embezzling more than $650,000 from Kirila Contractors of Brookfield, the

Court Bishop McFadden to install

NORTH LIMA -- Joann Reilley will be installed as regent of Court Bishop McFadden 1650, Catholic

NEW CASTLE, PA. Court postpones hearings for 2 charged in shooting

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Hearings for two men accused in a shooting on West Washington Street were

Spartans now 4-0

Senior Tom Zetts accounted for four touchdowns. By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF

INTER-COUNTY LEAGUE South Range routs Western Reserve, prepares for Tigers

The Raiders never trailed in the 41-7 victory. By RYAN JONES VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT BERLIN



CITY HALL Off the payroll

Forty-six city workers signed up earlier this summer for a $10,000 incentive to leave the payroll.

First spirituality day planned for Sept. 27

First spirituality day planned for Sept. 27 YOUNGSTOWN -- The first St. Vincent de Paul Day of


CHARISSE BARBER NICOLAS MAYHEW YOUNGSTOWN -- The exchange of nuptial vows took place at 2:30 p.m.


BIRTHS Forum Health Northside Joseph and Sharon Francisco Jr., 5620 Sharon Drive, Boardman,


CLUBS XHubbard Fortnightly VI will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the home of Candy Eliser. Co-

Oh give thanks to the LORD, for he is good; his steadfast love endures forever!

Oh give thanks to the LORD, for he is good; his steadfast love endures forever! Psalm 118:1

YOUNGSTOWN Catholic diocese event focuses on ministry

YOUNGSTOWN -- "Living for the Lord" is the theme for the Diocese of Youngstown's Ministry

Senior advocacy group gives Traficant lowest Dem score

For his votes on Medicare and Social Security in 2001, the group gave him a score of 43 percent.

FROM THE HEART Local comments

Here's what some local residents said when asked if they could forgive the Sept. 11 terrorists:

Browns, Bengals need a win

Browns, Bengals need a win Following devastating losses last Sunday, the Cleveland Browns and


Summary of police activity: Sept. 7 Vandalism: Someone removed two bricks from the wall of a

BEREA Sign switch on turnpike almost done

BEREA -- The Ohio Turnpike is completing this month its transition from its old exit numbers to new

Bill Clinton helps raise funds for Tim Hagan

The former president's visit raised more than $250,000 for the Democratic gubernatorial candidate.

EAST LIVERPOOL Hearing set for patrolman accused of child sex crime

EAST LIVERPOOL -- A court hearing is set next month for a city police officer accused of a


YSU Volleyball team loses in five games KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Despite a career-best tying 25 kills


COURTS MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Todd E. Kadar, 30, of Poland, and Christine M. Davis,

STEEL VALLEY CONFERENCE Harding's defense tames Mooney

The Raiders rolled up 400 yards of offense in the 42-0 victory. By CHUCK HOUSTEAU VINDICATOR

Company added to probe of suppliers

The owner of Central Service and Supply said he missed a meeting with prosecutors Friday because of


CANDICE UNGARO JAMES JONES YOUNGSTOWN -- Mr. and Mrs. James William Jones accepted congratulations

Charged in assault

Charged in assault BOARDMAN -- Police charged a 22-year-old township man with felonious assault

REV. KATHRYN ADAMS Sept. 11 ceremony touched YSU campus

On Wednesday morning, the Youngstown State University community recalled the horrific events of one

SLIPPERY ROCK, PA. College enrollment rises for 2nd year

Trustees also approved SRU's 2002-03 budget and sent its capital budget 'wish list' to the state.


HORSE SHOW Perkins Park The Western Reserve Classic Charity Horse Show, which benefits the

FORGIVENESS Religious and other viewpoints

Some passages from the holy texts of Islam and Christianity that address forgiveness and punishment:

WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA Laurel posts 21-15 win over Mohawk

Sharon and Hickory shut out their opponents by a combined 59-0 score. BESSEMER -- Ethan Hill's 50-

'Dunk the Doc' at TMH

'Dunk the Doc' at TMH WARREN -- Forum Health Trumbull Memorial Hospital will sponsor its second

SALEM 'Critter party' will aid shelter

The Humane Society hopes work on a new shelter can start in the spring. By NORMAN LEIGH

YOUNGSTOWN Ex-cop appeals decision denying him back pay

YOUNGSTOWN -- A former city policeman who was denied back pay for time he spent under suspension is

City workers take buyouts, lower payroll

Forty-six other employees took the incentive in June. YOUNGSTOWN -- Eighteen more city workers

Liberty service honors victims all over world

The program featured guests from Niger, where Christians and Muslims co-exist well. By PETER H.

WEST MIDDLESEX, PA. Downed line sparks fires

WEST MIDDLESEX, Pa. -- A downed power line on Main Street caused problems for businesses along state

CHAMPION Cosmetology program wins board award of excellence

The cosmetology program won the award at least one other time, instructors said. By SHERRI L.


GETTING IT RIGHT Hermitage police said they misidentified the survivor of a two-car crash on the

COLUMBIANA COUNTY Good defense keys Lisbon win over United Local

Leetonia rallied in the fourth quarter to beat Columbiana, 21-17. LISBON -- Frank Gallo scored two

YOUNGSTOWN Mother's 9/11 essay published

The book is available locally at Barnes and Noble. By SHERRI L. SHAULIS VINDICATOR TRUMBULL

SOCCER Howland blanks Metro Athletic rival Salem, 2-0

HOWLAND -- Jason Stan and Sam Mann each scored a goal as the Howland High soccer team defeated

WARREN City approves deal to manage parking

Officials have said the city was losing $24,000 a year on the municipal parking deck. By DENISE


Who: Pirates (Meadows 1-5) at Phillies (Mercado 2-1) When: 7:05 p.m. Radio: WKST-AM (1200).