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LISA EHRENBERG GREGORY BRIYA

LISA EHRENBERG GREGORY BRIYA WESTERVILLE -- Lisa Rose Ehrenberg, daughter of Albert and Deborah


Class empowers kids

The class teaches children how to escape if they're abducted. By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF


GINA ALBERTI SEAN GUERRIERO

GINA ALBERTI SEAN GUERRIERO BOARDMAN -- St. Charles Church was the setting at 1:30 p.m. Aug. 10


NORTH LIMA No time for Sunday services? No problem

Busy Sundays are no longer an excuse to skip church. By D.A. WILKINSON VINDICATOR RELIGION


State should act quickly on revised bridge plans

Opinion: Two years ago, when bureaucrats in Washington were yammering about the historical value of the


Steelers hope to straighten things out during bye week

Pittsburgh doesn't play until Sept. 29 when the Browns invade. VINDICATOR STAFF REPORT


WORTH A LOOK

ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOWS XSt. Benedict's Auxiliary of Sts. Peter and Paul Byzantine Catholic Church


WARREN 1 man dies in car crash

The crash is under investigation by the Ohio State Highway Patrol. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR


Teen faces many charges after police chase

LISBON -- A 16-year-old Salem boy who authorities say led deputy sheriffs and patrol troopers on a


MAHONING COUNTY Commission considers opening a public-defenders office

The bigger focus for the community should be addressing the issues that contribute to crime, rather


AUSTINTOWN Class helps empower kids

The class teaches children how to escape if they're abducted. By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF


YOUNGSTOWN Police credit teamwork for arrests of 2 suspects in robberies, burglary

The men are also suspects in other area crimes, including a rape, that happened during the same


A story on the Outdoors Page Sunday gave the incorrect dates for two Ducks Unlimited banquets in

A story on the Outdoors Page Sunday gave the incorrect dates for two Ducks Unlimited banquets in


We should view Saddam as Churchill viewed Hitler

Opinion: We should view Saddam as Churchill viewed Hitler EDITOR: Churchill would later describe the


YOUNGSTOWN Company to be cited

Members of two South Side churches are picketing to protest the conditions at the trucking company.


FAIRFIELD TOWNSHIP Slain man's family loses hope in case

At least one suspect is under scrutiny, and authorities haven't ruled out others. By NORMAN LEIGH


South Sider robbed

South Sider robbed YOUNGSTOWN -- A South Side woman gave $80 to a man who held a gun to her back


LOCAL ROUNDUP

Grant-writing seminar LIBERTY -- A half-day grant-writing seminar will be offered Sept. 26 at the


MELISSA WILLIAMSON CHRISTOPHER CHERNE

MELISSA WILLIAMSON CHRISTOPHER CHERNE YOUNGSTOWN -- Kidston Pavilion in Fellows Riverside Gardens


LIQUOR CONTROL

LIQUOR CONTROL Transfers, permits Ohio Department of Liquor Control is processing these liquor


Driver will face numerous charges after chase

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- A city man faces multiple charges after being accused of leading police on a


AUSTINTOWN 1 patient, 2 workers injured when ambulance overturns

Police cited the patient for interfering with the driver of the ambulance. AUSTINTOWN -- Two


Violence mars Kashmir election

Violence mars Kashmir election KUPWARA, India -- A 16-year-old boy was killed in rocket fire today


CRIME STOPPERS Greater Youngstown

A bank robbery in Liberty is the focus of Crime Stoppers of Greater Youngstown this week: Crime:


PREP FOOTBALL AT A GLANCE

SATURDAY'S SCORES AREA East Canton 15, Canton Timken 8 Fitch 28, Canton GlenOak 14 Poland 27,


Injured in ditch collapse

Injured in ditch collapse NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. -- A man injured in the collapse of a ditch he was


YOUNGSTOWN CDA review finds more accounting problems

Most of the nine agencies cited for accounting shortfalls quickly responded with changes they would


6-year project starts with Harding

The school district's building project moves from blueprints to bulldozers. By RON COLE


Paved with frustration

By SHERRI L. SHAULIS VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER DAFFY WHITE IS BACK BEHIND THE counter of her


REVIEW | Cleveland Orchestra A witty welcome for new director

The concert included the world premiere of a piece commissioned by the orchestra. By ROBERT ROLLIN


SUNDAY'S SCORES

Sunday's Games Cleveland 20, Cincinnati 7. Oakland 30, Pittsburgh 17. Denver 24, San Francisco


Agricultural standing

Agricultural standing Ohio ranks in the Top 10 among the states for production of strawberries,


Ambulance overturns, injuring 2 workers, patient

AUSTINTOWN -- Two ambulance workers and a patient they were transporting were injured this morning


MONDAY

Fellowship Church Food Pantry, 115 Frank Street, Struthers, 1 to 2 p.m. Tuesday. Food and


Grant-writing seminar

Grant-writing seminar LIBERTY -- A half-day grant-writing seminar will be offered Sept. 26 at the


17TH DISTRICT Candidates are in sync on many key issues

By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR POLITICS WRITER AKRON -- Two of the three candidates running for


YOUNGSTOWN Panel discusses religious diversity

The Jewish, Muslim and Christian panelists agreed there is one God. By D.A. WILKINSON VINDICATOR


AUSTINTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL Falling plaster has pupils ready to hit the ceiling

A bond issue to replace the school failed twice and will not be on the November ballot. By IAN


Steelers drop second straight

VINDICATOR STAFF REPORT PITTSBURGH -- Kordell Stewart and his teammates could play for NBC's


HUBBARD State finds hazards in police building

Some deficiencies could cause worker electrocution, one inspection concluded. By TIM YOVICH


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CAMPBELL Plant closing prompts city to lay off five employees

Officials are hoping to regain the lost tax revenue. CAMPBELL -- Five city employees are being


By JUDITH DULBERGER

By JUDITH DULBERGER VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT THE REV. VICKI YODER, FULL-TIME CHAPlain for