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Service has developed over years to provide for numerous needs

There are nearly 100 hospice programs in Ohio. By JUDITH DULBERGER VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT


TRUMBULL COUNTY Liberty trustee enters race for commissioner

Three candidates are in the race for commissioner. WARREN -- A Liberty Township trustee has thrown


EDUCATION Sharon school board buys building to expand campus

The district hopes to save money by refinancing two building renovation loans. By HAROLD GWIN


Class to graduate

Class to graduate YOUNGSTOWN -- More than 100 people will graduate from Give the Children A Chance


Hospice helps each patient make the most of every day

FINAL OF A THREE-PART SERIES By JUDITH DULBERGER VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT My second visit


Black hall of fame seeks nominations for inductions

WARREN -- Nominations are being accepted for the Trumbull African-American Achievers Hall of Fame.


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Rhiannon Rambo, Eugene White III to be married

HUBBARD - Rhiannon Rambo and Eugene White III, both of Hubbard, are engaged. The announcement is


Top Al-Qaida operative can fill in 9/11 blanks

Opinion: There are a lot of questions still be answered about the planning of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist


LORDSTOWN Council to have contractor check Lafarge data

Village officials want more information before making a decision on the special-use permit. By


PREP SOCCER Canfieldgets 1-0 win over Poland

Cardinals' Abby Ferko scored the game's only goal late in the first half. POLAND -- Senior forward


AUSTINTOWN Safety is concern at middle school

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


Board sets daily salary for acting schools chief

NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. -- The Wilmington Area School District Board of Education has set the daily


YOUNGSTOWN June parolee faces felony gun charges

The man jumped a $50,000 bond in 1991. By JoANNE VIVIANO VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN --


YOUNGSTOWN Police probe three robberies

Three men broke into an elderly couple's apartment and robbed them. YOUNGSTOWN -- City police are


YOUNGSTOWN Judge increases bond for weapons suspect

Howell was arrested after a traffic stop. YOUNGSTOWN -- A municipal court judge added $20,000 to


POLICE CALLS Canfield city, Austintown

Summary of police activity: CANFIELD Sept. 9 Criminal damage: A 1995 Grand Prix was damaged at


HUBBARD Official urges levy for station

Council has eliminated this year's street-resurfacing program to save money. By TIM YOVICH


HUBBARD Levy proposed to fund replacing police station

Council has eliminated this year's street-resurfacing program to save money. By TIM YOVICH


BOARDMAN Trustees to boost staffing level of fire department

The goal is to add 12 to 15 firefighters. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


CORTLAND Council OKs funds for street work

A guardrail will go up on Pearl Street near the elementary school. By JASON FUTEY VINDICATOR


SALEM School board votes to renew official's contract

Students caught smoking will be given help to kick the habit through a new program. By NORMAN


Fitch challenged by Massillon on Friday

Unbeaten Boardman is on the road, while Howland and Canfield battle in the MAC opener. VINDICATOR


with Carol Potter

with Carol Potter Age: 50 Hometown: Born in Rockford, Ill., outside Chicago; lives in Boardman.


By STEPHEN SIFF

By STEPHEN SIFF Vindicator Staff Writer AUSTINTOWN -- Two years after he moved in, Jim Mosier


LEETONIA The writing, and more, is on the wall at library

A local teacher donated money for the projector. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU


SHARON Suspect in robbery is arrested

The suspect is accused of taking beer from the store. SHARON, Pa. -- Police said they arrested


Andrea Repasky, Eric A. Brown to marry Oct. 12

CAMPBELL -- Tom and Karen Repasky, 483 Sanderson Ave., are announcing plans for the coming marriage


DIANE MAKAR MURPHY Quinquagenarian: If that means you, then run!

Take a trio of women ages 59, 50 and 56, and what have you got? A triathlon team. The best part is,


Bill targets 'knock-offs'

HARRISBURG, Pa. -- State Sen. Robert Robbins of Greenville, R-50th, has introduced "Truth In Rock"


Home-buying workshop

Home-buying workshop YOUNGSTOWN -- Family Financial Education Services, a program of Family


Miss Thompson to be bride of Mr. Kalbasky Jr.

Plans for the forthcoming marriage of Anissa Thompson, 4907 Sheridan Road, Youngstown, and Gary


Operation Gunlock set

Operation Gunlock set LORDSTOWN -- The Lordstown Police Department, the Ohio Association of Chiefs


FLAG FOOTBALL

FLAG FOOTBALL St. Anne's Church and School -- is where the Let It Fly tournament will be Sept. 28-


ONE ON ONE | Carol Potter Getting the word out about Mill Creek MetroParks

Only three weeks ago, your job took on a new course. What does that mean? I was the director of


English addresses tax status of YMCA

HERMITAGE, Pa. -- U.S. Rep. Phil English of Erie, R-3rd, has introduced legislation aimed at


GAME TIME Tonight

Who: Reds (Moehler 2-3) at Pirates (Benson 7-6) When: 7:05 p.m. Radio: WKST-AM (1200).


AGENDA

AGENDA WEDNESDAY Mathews Board of Education, 7 p.m., board office, Cortland Bank, Warren-Sharon


Tribe splits

Tribe splits If Brian Tallet keeps pitching like this, he may start a new baseball fashion trend


YOUNGSTOWN SCHOOLS Six-year project begins at Harding

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


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses John House, 26, of 5522 Alabama Ave., Clarendon Hills, Ill.,


Miss Shutrump to be bride of Mr. Schaefer

BOARDMAN -- Arthur and Carol Shutrump, 23 Beechwood Drive, and Glen and Barbara Schaefer, 23 Woodrow


WARREN WCI officials maintain positive outlook

After using up most of its $90 million cash reserve and borrowing $34.5 million, the company says


REUNIONS

Boardman High School Class of 1982 will hold its 20th reunion from 7 to 11 p.m. Nov. 29 at Colonial


YOUNGSTOWN City gets 4 proposals for arena

Proposals include an arena, convention center space and hotels and restaurants. By ROGER G. SMITH


Man who threatened Bush mistakenly freed

Man who threatened Bush mistakenly freed WASHINGTON -- Jailers mistakenly freed a student from


YOUNGSTOWN HMHP chief takes job offer in Detroit

He assumes his new position in November. YOUNGSTOWN -- Michael T. Rowan is leaving as president


SEEKING CHEMICAL SAFETY

Opinion: SEEKING CHEMICAL SAFETY Washington Post: One challenge of homeland security is that most of the


MAHONING COUNTY Speakers split on added tax

Some 100 people attended a lively debate about a half-penny sales tax. By PETER H. MILLIKEN


South Range superintendent reports a rise in enrollment

NORTH LIMA -- Superintendent James Hall told the South Range Board of Education on Monday night that


Kana-Hambrick wedding planned for mid-October

CANFIELD -- Plans for the upcoming marriage of Erica L. Kana and James G. Hambrick II, both of 4811


Miss Garritano, Derek Donatelli set wedding date

Tomasina Garritano, 142 Rockdale Ave., Youngstown, and Derek Donatelli, 500 Queisner Ave.,


Mixing fact, fiction unfair to education, educators

Opinion: Mixing fact, fiction unfair to education, educators EDITOR: Thomas Sowell, syndicated writer,


HOW THEY FARED | YSU opponents

Clarion (1-1) beat Millersville, 24-3; Next Glenville. McNeese State (3-0) beat Louisiana Monroe,


MAHONING COUNTY Speakers split on added sales tax

Some 100 people attended a lively debate about a half-penny sales tax. By PETER H. MILLIKEN


Building serves as view of future

The courtroom includes video monitors and an adjustable witness stand. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR


PREP FOOTBALL Fitch challenged by Massillon on Friday

Unbeaten Boardman is on the road, while Howland and Canfield battle in the MAC opener. VINDICATOR


GATEWAY CONFERENCE YSU quarterback carousel leads to Green

The senior transferrered from Bethany College last year. By PETE MOLLICA VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF


BIRTHS

BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Brian and Kristen Crumbacher, 12488 Lisbon Road, Salem, boy, Sept. 16.


State inspectors find hazards in police building

EDITOR'S NOTE: This story did not run in its entirety in some editions Monday. By TIM YOVICH


Trustees to meet in Woodworth Park

Trustees to meet in Woodworth Park NORTH LIMA -- Beaver Township trustees will have their monthly


YOUNGSTOWN Chefs offer recipes at Edible Art event

Chapter's Caf & eacute;'s chicken Romano was judged the top recipe at AHA's Edible Art


HERMITAGE School to open its doors to public

The school board is expected to oppose a state plan to issue proficiency certificates with high


Miscommunication contributes to confusion over requirementsSome builders say it's never been clear

Miscommunication contributes to confusion over requirementsSome builders say it's never been clear


WARREN Man pleads innocent to charge of murder

A Sept. 30 pretrial hearing has been scheduled. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


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U.S. COURTHOUSE Building serves as view of future

The courtroom includes video monitors and an adjustable witness stand. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR


HERMITAGE School to open doors to public

The school board is expected to oppose a state plan to issue proficiency certificates with high


17TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT RACE Hopefuls are in sync on key issues

James A. Traficant Jr's. campaign did not respond to an invitation to attend Monday's debate, the


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Companies that made proposals to the city of Youngstown and their backgrounds:

Companies that made proposals to the city of Youngstown and their backgrounds: Landmark


Skeliski-Rossi wedding date is announced

AUSTINTOWN -- Announced by Mr. and Mrs. William Skeliski, 79 Aldrich Road, are plans for the autumn