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SUGGESTIONS Improving accountability

Types of recommendations made by Cohen & amp; Co. to nonprofit agencies that receive the city's


Society displays 173 roses in show

COLUMBIANA -- Columbiana Rose Society displayed 173 roses at its 41st annual show Sept. 7 at Sky


A LOOK BACK Kinsman history

Founded: 1802 by John Kinsman. Population: 1,943, according to 2000 Census. Notable residents:


PATASKALA, OHIO Assault on man leads to firing of two officers

BLOOD DRIVES MONDAY Christ Church Presbyterian USA, 1933 Canfield Road, Youngstown, 1:30-6:30


GARDEN CLUBS

MONDAY XMembers of Garden Gate will tour Mill Creek Park and have a picnic at 5:30 p.m. Hostess


AREA SCHEDULE

SEPTEMBER TODAY -- S.O.I. four-man golf scramble at Olde Dutch Mill in Lake Milton. A shotgun


Teams face must-win situations

Kind of like the old optimist/pessimist argument -- is the glass half-full or half-empty? -- one can


WHAT'S DOING?

SPECIAL EVENTS, SEASONS, ETC. WOMEN IN THE OUTDOORS EVENT, 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Sept. 21, sponsored


VETERANS

VETERANS Remembering POWs and MIAs BUTLER, Pa. -- POW/MIA Recognition Day will be observed on


MARTIN SLOANE | Supermarket Shopper Free product is not included in net weight

The net weight on a package should be an accurate measure -- at least I thought so: Dear Martin: I


TRUMBULL COUNTY Roster numbers on rise

The career and technical centers are changing to keep up with the times. By DENISE DICK


Organ procurement

Organ procurement AKRON -- LifeBanc, the organ procurement organization for Northeast Ohio, is


KIMBERLY TEKAC DOMINIC TRIVERI JR.

KIMBERLY TEKAC DOMINIC TRIVERI JR. YOUNGSTOWN -- St. Christine Church provided the setting for the


Youngstown NEEDS its old attitude

By THERESA M. HEGEL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER "Steeltown U.S.A.: Work and Memory in Youngstown" by


Here, according to the 1,700 or so members of the Color Marketing Group, is what is up with color this year:

Colors are going redder, with the exception of blue. Blue is trending toward green, with a strong


SIDELIGHTS For all seniors

SCOPE Howland Senior Center, 9273 High St. N.E., Warren, activities are as follows: Book Club will


Javorskys will mark golden anniversary

LOWELLVILLE -- Mr. and Mrs. Bohumir Javorsky of Lowellville will celebrate their 50th wedding with a


Different brush strokes

For different folks According to Professional Builder magazine, there are some guidelines builders


COUNTRY TOUR Mercer County

City dwellers who want to get a firsthand look at the country life can take the self-guided annual


TIME LINE CDA and Gleaners

The city Community Development Agency's efforts to hold Gleaners Food Bank accountable, based on CDA


CORN MAZE Farm stalks up for a field day

The Maize Quest at Pilgram Farms drew about 6,000 visitors last year. By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR


PREP VOLLEYBALL Hubbard captures Worthington title

Rayen went 2-1 in City Series matches in Canton. WORTHINGTON -- Katy Jo Mroski was named the Most


Town toasts 200th

Though the festivities ended, the history of the community continues. By SHERRI L. SHAULIS


ERIN SEIGFRIED DENNIS PACHOLEC

ERIN SEIGFRIED DENNIS PACHOLEC AUSTINTOWN -- The Rev. David Roberts presided at the 2:30 p.m. Aug.


BOWLING GREEN Brad Smith stars in loss

Despite passing for 334 yards, Brad Smith from Chaney was not able to engineer a Missouri win


LADDER SAFETY Steppin' up in the world

Falls are the leading cause of deaths in and around the home. According to the National Safety


WIN, PLACE & amp; SHOW

NORTHFIELD RESULTS SATURDAY 1st--Rocky Mountain Sun2.602.202.10 So Striking(R Reeser)2.602.10


COLUMBIANA COUNTY

COLUMBIANA COUNTY Divorces asked Elaine Lepowsky, 302 N. Market St., Lisbon, vs. Charles


KEYSTONE CLIPS Trail board seeks new members

The Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources is taking nominations for four new


Christmas assistance

Christmas assistance YOUNGSTOWN -- Applications for Christmas assistance will be available at The


Mahoning Riverfest

Mahoning Riverfest WARREN -- Mahoning Riverfest 2002, a free family event, is from noon to 7 p.m.


VALORIE HOHMANN STEPHEN KENDALL

VALORIE HOHMANN STEPHEN KENDALL BOARDMAN -- Stephen Michael Kendall of Salem and his bride, the


KATIE ALLEN WILLIAM SCHRAMM

KATIE ALLEN WILLIAM SCHRAMM HUBBARD -- After their 2 p.m. Aug. 17 wedding at St. Patrick Church,


ANNIVERSARIES

ANNIVERSARIES 4 Petro couples The four Petro brothers and their wives have been married for more


YSU trustees are right in pushing budget cuts

Opinion: While David Sweet, president of Youngstown State University, is to be commended for laying the


JANINE KISH THOMAS SORBORO

JANINE KISH THOMAS SORBORO YOUNGSTOWN -- The atrium at the Commerce Building was the setting for


JENNIFER SUSANY MICHAEL PAVELKO JR.

JENNIFER SUSANY MICHAEL PAVELKO JR. BOARDMAN -- Mr. and Mrs. Michael John Pavelko Jr. honeymooned


ALICIA NEMETH ADAM FUSILLO

ALICIA NEMETH ADAM FUSILLO YOUNGSTOWN -- The marriage of Alicia Ann Nemeth, 329 S. Hubbard Road,


Don't kick a man when he's down is good rule

Opinion: Don't kick a man when he's down is good rule EDITOR: Years back I witnessed a late night fist


Ohioans have choice of local phone service

By CYNTHIA VINARSKY VINDICATOR BUSINESS WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- Decisions, decisions. First, the


Montevideos are honored for their golden jubilee

NILES -- Mr. and Mrs. Philip Montevideo, 1669 Sunny Estates Drive, renewed their marriage vows at


A mother and her children are fighting in court over the future of the company that makes Mallo

A mother and her children are fighting in court over the future of the company that makes Mallo


SHARON, FARRELL Drug abuse targeted through new plan

Weed & amp; Seed subcommittees must now come up with ways to link their dreams with reality.


TRUMBULL COUNTY Several municipalities hedge on joining purchasing co-op

One commissioner says the cost of janitorial and paper products will be less if more communities


MIKE BRAUN DU events abound in Oct.

As ducks and geese wing their way to warmer climes, it's also that time of year when those who favor


GLEANERS FOOD BANK Good works, bad accounting

By ROGER G. SMITH CITY HALL REPORTER YOUNGSTOWN -- Joseph Lordi pokes his head into the back of


Value of talent for concert: At least $600,000

SHARON, Pa. -- The cost of the talent appearing at the Vocal Group Hall of Fame induction concert


Have a flawed floor? Rust-Oleum wants it

Rust-Oleum, which manufactures Varathane polyurethane products, is looking for the most-flawed


NUTRITION PROGRAMS In the area

MAHONING COUNTY Forum Health At Home offers hot, nutritious meals weekdays at 11 locations in


CHOOSING LOCAL SERVICE

CHOOSING LOCAL SERVICE What to ask? The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio suggests consumers


MAHONING COUNTY Elections board's event targets young voters

The Mahoning County Board of Elections is hosting a cookout and voter rally Saturday. By DAVID


CURRENT PRICES | Around the nation

Reddy Kilowatt wristwatch with case, gold finish, dial has Reddy's face, black leather band, 1970s,


YSU

YSU Volleyball KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Youngstown State lost to Iowa State 28-30, 30-17, 30-19, 30-


RAY SWANSON | Keystoner Kennedy hires District 10 chief

Wally Blucas, president of the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association since 1999 and


JAIME GUZMAN JOHN YOHMAN

JAIME GUZMAN JOHN YOHMAN LOWELLVILLE -- Since returning from a honeymoon to the Cayman Islands


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& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;BATTISTA, & lt;/B & gt;Frank Joseph, 72, of Fort


Monitoring service agencies' finances can be a challenge, CDA director says

The CDA considers itself more of a partner with small, struggling nonprofit agencies. Enforcement is


DUCKS UNLIMITED What it does

DU's programs reach from the arctic tundra of Alaska to the tropical wetlands of Mexico. DU is


City and international delegates will celebrate at world summit

The summit started six years ago in Japan. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR NEW CASTLE BUREAU NEW


FUGITIVE OF THE WEEK Keith D. Crockett

The FBI and the Mahoning Valley Violent Crimes Task Force are asking the public to help find the


FAWCETT STADIUM Fitch jars GlenOak for third triumph

The Falcons are now 2-0 against their future Federal League opponents after registering a 28-14


Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bennett mark 60th anniversary at family dinner

NILES -- The 60th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bennett, 804 Reno St., was celebrated


OHIO

OHIO Stay at prison, hunt for ghosts Here's an unusual overnight travel experience: the Ohio


PREP SPORTS AT A GLANCE

SATURDAY'S SCORES FOOTBALL Fitch 28, Canton GlenOak 14 Poland 27, Canton Central Catholic 0


FEDERATED CLUBS

MONDAY Three Arts members will meet at 5:30 p.m. for a late-afternoon lunch at the home of


INDUSTRY

INDUSTRY SHARPSVILLE, Pa. -- Cattron-Theimeg International Ltd. has appointed James W. Kingerski


AGENDA

AGENDA MONDAY Girard Board of Health, 7 p.m., in Girard City Council chambers. Austintown


Investors can lower tax bills

Everybody hates taxes. But for some reason, most mutual fund investors continue to carelessly pay


Gentiles mark 54th anniversary at Georgetown

POLAND -- Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gentile of Shetland Lane were honored Aug. 11 at a celebration at The


Timken drops 15-8 decision

CANTON -- East Canton High got a safety when Canton Timken's punter ran out of the end zone late in


SCOTT SHALAWAY September changes trigger seasonal transitions

September is a month of change. Cooler temperatures most often catch our attention, but it's


JACK WOLLITZ Slack water is hardest test

What's the worst condition an angler will face on the water? Is it heat or cold? Rain or bright


America Recycles Day is theme of contest

America Recycles Day is theme of contest WARREN -- Youngsters grades seven to 12 are invited to


GREENVILLE, PA. Council president touts proposal

Borough council plans to create three boards to help run the town. By LAURI GALENTINE VINDICATOR


JOHN KOVACH | Colleges Chaney grad Drake continues to lead Thiel in tackling

GREENVILLE, Pa. -- Robert Drake, a Chaney High graduate, was the leading tackler on the Thiel


A petite woman looking younger than her 61 years, June had short-cropped dark hair that gave her a

A petite woman looking younger than her 61 years, June had short-cropped dark hair that gave her a


Affordable art work

Buying "good" art can get expensive real fast. For far less than you'd pay for a painting, you can


FALL 2002

FALL 2002 Gauley season The following dates are dam release-rafting days on the Gauley River:


Good works, bad accounting

By ROGER G. SMITH CITY HALL REPORTER YOUNGSTOWN -- Joseph Lordi pokes his head into the back of


THE KOVELS | Antiques and collecting For dining-room storage, sideboards proved popular

Storage in the kitchen is easy -- there are cabinets and drawers. But storage in the dining room


INFORMATION

INFORMATION If you go Getting there: The Clara Barton birthplace museum is at 68 Clara Barton


GIRL SCOUTS Council calls for adult volunteers

The Lake to River Council of Girl Scouts is seeking adults to fill volunteer needs that range from a


NORTH LIMA -- Karen S. Grossen and James Michael McNally were married at 11 a.m. Sept. 14 at the

NORTH LIMA -- Karen S. Grossen and James Michael McNally were married at 11 a.m. Sept. 14 at the


INTERNATIONAL SUMMIT

INTERNATIONAL SUMMIT Schedule Several events planned for the International New Castle Summit of


BIRTHS

BIRTHS Fourm Health Northside Nykisha Townsend and Anthony Crockett,567 Idora Ave., Youngstown,


MERCER COUNTY

MERCER COUNTY PennDOT work Pennsylvania Department of Transportation will work on these Mercer


LOCAL

LOCAL Authors to speak NILES -- Romance authors Lori and Tony Karayianni will speak at the


YOUNGSTOWN Authors analyze area's loser attitude

A new book is designed to help area residents stop feeling like losers. THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN


Initial loss

Initial loss Brad Smith threw for 334 yards and two touchdowns, but Missouri was blasted by


Roster numbers on rise

The career and technical centers are changing to keep up with the times. By DENISE DICK


NEW CASTLE City to host world summit

The summit started six years ago in Japan. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR NEW CASTLE BUREAU NEW


WITH THE VETS | Veterans meetings

Meeting schedule for the week of Sept. 15: MONDAY United Veterans Council, at VFW Post 3307,


Taming the scary beast is great fun

A morning steam rises from the see-through river surrounded by endless green mountains. Gigantic


Doc's makes scents with Browning deal

Doc's Deer Products, the Cortland-based deer scent and attractant maker, recently made a big move in


Cunninghams renew vows for anniversary

POLAND -- Marriage vows were renewed by Mr. and Mrs. John Cunningham, 2516 Coblentz Drive, at 6 p.m.


The Vindicator

The Vindicator BANQUET: Members of Youngstown Branch, National Association for the Advancement of


CHRISTINE AMENDOLA GIAN NOVARO

CHRISTINE AMENDOLA GIAN NOVARO CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- Christine Amendola and Dr. Gian M. Novaro,


Clerk thwarts robbery at market

YOUNGSTOWN -- A clerk pulled a gun on a would-be robber, prompting the criminal to flee. According


KIMBERLY PEACHOCK JOHN MOENICH

KIMBERLY PEACHOCK JOHN MOENICH AUSTINTOWN -- A reception was held Sept. 14 at The Georgetown in


Elections board's event targets young voters

`The Mahoning County Board of Elections is hosting a cookout and voter rally Saturday. By DAVID


Piersons mark 50th anniversary at open house

COLUMBIANA -- Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Pierson of 700 Springfield Road, were honored by family members


JAMES DULLEY Cutting your utility bills Energy savings often pay for cost of a screen door

Q. I thought about installing a decorative storm/screen door in the front and a durable one in the


HERMITAGE Local physician pushes for testing of water

By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR SHARON BUREAU HERMITAGE, Pa. -- The local physician who launched a


AUSTINTOWN -- Dan Teminsky of Boardman, a cook at the Eat'n Park Restaurant in Austintown, was one

AUSTINTOWN -- Dan Teminsky of Boardman, a cook at the Eat'n Park Restaurant in Austintown, was one


MASONIC GROUPS

MONDAY XRuth Shrine 64 of Poland, Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem, will hold a "Stop and


Lawrence Co. event honors POW/MIA vets

Lawrence Co. event honors POW/MIA vets NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- The eighth annual POW/MIA recognition


CROSS COUNTRY Rockets get new leader, and title

Derek Armstrong, trying to succeed Dave Pykare as Maplewood's leader, led the Rockets to the Spartan


Davies leaves field in dust

Lisa Davies of West Branch won her Division II race by 30 seconds with the fastest time of the day


LUANNE RIES LARRY NOWAK

LUANNE RIES LARRY NOWAK GIRARD -- On Aug. 24 Luanne E. Ries, Miller Road, Fairlawn, and Larry A.


WEST VIRGINIA WHITE WATER

Rafting begins early in the spring and runs through October. By LINDSAY SEMPLE VINDICATOR STAFF


FISHING

FISHING Two local youth do well in tournament Charlie and Daniel Bancroft of Canfield posted


INFORMATION If you go

To get to Maize Quest at Pilgram Farms, watch for the signs: From I-80: Take Mercer exit 15 and


HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL Senk comes off bench to key JFK

Entering the game in the second period, quarterback Chase Senk led JFK to a comeback win over


REVITALIZATION PLAN Weed & amp; Seed

UCommunity-based drug and alcohol treatment and other centers. UAggressive involvement of young


CHOICES

CHOICES Local phone service Competitors are lining up for a share of the local telephone service


MELISSA GOEHRING WILLIAM SHADE

MELISSA GOEHRING WILLIAM SHADE NORTH JACKSON -- The wedding of Melissa Goehring and William Roger


'Forgive and forget'

Among them, these four Mahoning Valley couples have more than 200 years of marriage. By TRACEY


Reception honors Mr. and Mrs. Hull for golden event

SALEM -- A reception Sept. 8 at Fonderlac Country Club, New Springfield, honored Mr. and Mrs.


GOP foe gets the better of Dem Ryan

Opinion: It should have been state Sen. Tim Ryan's finest hour. He was on his home turf. He was among


GAME TIME Today

Who: Pirates (Torres 1-1) at Phillies (Wolf 11-8) When: 1:35 p.m. Radio: WKST-AM (1200).


Multimedia program shines light on studies

The program moved to TCTC this year from the James Center, which shut down. By DENISE DICK


Work at turnpike exit

Work at turnpike exit HARRISBURG -- The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission said that exit lane 4 at


Kinsman toasts bicentennial

Though the festivities ended, the history of the community continues. By SHERRI L. SHAULIS