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AUSTINTOWN

AUSTINTOWN Snyder's seeking tax break Tamco is one of three sites that Snyder's may use as a


IF YOU GO

IF YOU GO Rolling Stones When: 7:30 p.m. Oct. 14 (with Elvis Costello). Where: Gund Arena,


MERCER COUNTY COG will seek state money to build skate park in borough

There will be no charge to use the park. HERMITAGE, Pa. -- The Mercer County Regional Council of


BOARDMAN

The volunteer is hoping someone returns the flag. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


YOUNGSTOWN Two are hurt in separate shootings

The two South Side shootings happened within 15 minutes of each other. YOUNGSTOWN -- A 23-year-old


THE NUMBERS YSU vs. W. Kentucky

YSUWKU 1-1Record1-2 20.0Points scored17.3 21.0Points allowed20.7 336Total Offense344 270.5Total


Charged in death

Charged in death LISBON -- A Lisbon woman is charged with aggravated vehicular homicide in the


East Palestine schools prepare to stay open if teachers strike

EAST PALESTINE -- School officials are making plans to keep the schools open in the event of a


BIRTHS

BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Drosso and Yelena Monokandilos, 108 Creed Circle, Campbell, boy, Sept. 18.


DIANE MAKAR MURPHY Supplies in demand: filling back-to-school lists

Everyone has seen the Salvation Army's Christmas Angel Trees -- dripping with cards listing the


YOUNGSTOWN Church to begin $3.5M project

The growing church offers hope in the Mahoning Valley. By D.A. WILKINSON VINDICATOR RELIGION


Singers, crowd get in the mood

Above, from left, Joe Croyle, Martha Dickinson (in background), Paula Kelly Jr. and Bill Tracy,


WEDNESDAY'S SCORES

WEDNESDAY'S SCORES BOYS GOLF Mooney 157, Kennedy Catholic 178 Niles 158, Salem 170 Jackson-


TIM DEWBERRY Canfield star has history at home

The Cardinals senior lives with his grandfather, Notre Dame legend Bob Dove. By JOE SCALZO


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& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;ANDERSON & lt;/B & gt;, Robert Longfellow, 85, of


COLLEGE FOOTBALL Hilltoppers expect tough battle from invading Penguins

In three games, Western Kentucky has rushed for an average of 207 yards per game and passed for 137.


GREENVILLE, PA Panel would study statewide bargaining for teacher pacts

GREENVILLE, Pa. -- Pa. State Rep. Rod Wilt of Greenville, R-17th, is sponsoring legislation setting


COLUMBIANA COUNTY Commissioners take steps toward building courthouse

A federal loan has been secured to fund much of the project. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage Licenses Richard J. Rouan, 35, of 4804 New Road, Austintown, and


MAHONING COUNTY Probate judge, challenger go head to head

The challenger says the court needs to be more accessible; the judge says it's already user-


YOUNGSTOWN Law firm to move to Canfield Twp.

A law firm says it's leaving downtown because it couldn't find a building with parking to buy. By


Canfield star has history at home

The Cardinals senior lives with his grandfather, Notre Dame legend Bob Dove. By JOE SCALZO


YOUNGSTOWN Man gets prison for raping kids

The 10-year terms were the maximum allowed by law. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR COURTHOUSE REPORTER


Poland Twp police donate cruiser

WASHINGTONVILLE -- Village police now have two cruisers on patrol, thanks to a donation from Poland


PREP PREVIEW Friday night football

FITCH (3-1) vs. MASSILLON (3-1) Game time: 7:30 p.m. at Falcon Stadium. Last meeting: Massillon


WARREN Recycling company targeted for investigation by OEPA

An OEPA spokeswoman declined to say what the compliance issues are. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR


CROSS COUNTRY 13 area teams set for Malone meet

The Canton meet will have 15 races and 2,500 athletes. CANTON -- Thirteen area schools will be


TAYLOR STEEL Officials: Work out union issues

A union spokesman called the company's behavior 'outrageous.' By STEPHEN SIFF VINDICATOR


TAMCO Snyder's gets abatement OK

County commissioners approved the abatement today. THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN By IAN HILL


TOP TIMES Prep cross country

BOYS (Through Wednesday) Mark Montgomery, East Liverpool15:54 Luke McCluggage, Jackson-


TENNIS

TENNIS Cardinal Mooney High School -- is looking for a boys tennis coach. Send resumes to Don


TRUMBULL COUNTY Clerk resigns in missing-money probe

The probe was prompted by a car dealership complaint. By PEGGY SINKOVICH and STEPHEN SIFF


FOOTBALL STANDINGS & amp; SCHEDULE

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Camp Fire alumni

Camp Fire alumni CANFIELD -- Camp Fire USA Northeast Ohio Council is searching for alumni and


Benjamin: Ryan material violates U.S. election law

Federal election rules require candidates to 'clearly and conspicuously' display a disclaimer in all


Marilou Farina, Bryan Davido are engaged

YOUNGSTOWN -- The engagement of Marilou Farina, 4830 S. Blvd. N.W., Canton, and Bryan Davido, 9995


WOMEN'S SOCCER

WOMEN'S SOCCER Case Western Reserve 6, Thiel 0 -- Sarah Rodgers led the winners (7-0) with two


Moment in the sun

Moment in the sun With Maurice Clarett doubtful for the Cincinnati game on Saturday, Ohio State's


POWERS AUDITORIUM Statlers bid road farewell

The Statler Brothers kicked off the show 'The Star-Spangled Banner,' displaying the range and blend


Trespassing fine

Trespassing fine STRUTHERS -- Judge James R. Lanzo fined a Hillsville, Pa., woman $100 plus court


GAME TIME Tonight

Who: Reds (Dempster 9-13) at Pirates (Meadows 1-6) When: 7:05 p.m. Radio: WKST-AM (1200).


Carrie Wilson leads Ridge

MINERAL RIDGE -- Carrie Wilson led the way for the Mineral Ridge High volleyball team Wednesday as


Sharpsville school board looks to replace departing member

SHARPSVILLE, Pa. -- The school board is looking for a new member to replace Robert Timmerman, who is


SOCCER Boardman, Fitch girls win; Irish lose in Pa.

Katie Banks' goal keeps the Spartans atop the Steel Valley Conference standings. BOARDMAN -- Katie


CONGRESS MUST PROTECT WHISTLEBLOWERS

Opinion: CONGRESS MUST PROTECT WHISTLEBLOWERS Dallas Morning News: The Senate continues to work on its


Jaime Maloney, Tony Hansen to wed next year

POLAND -- William and Susan Maloney, 5556 Lemoyne Ave., are announcing the engagement of their


GIRARD Judge sets deadline for gun list

The case involved a man who contended the FBI hired him to investigate Traficant. By TIM YOVICH


Christin Marshall, Mr. Sferra plan winter wedding

BOARDMAN -- Christin L. Marshall and Joseph A. Sferra, both of 751 Sable Court, are planning to be


TRUMBULL COUNTY Indictments

The Trumbull County grand jury issued these indictments Wednesday: Clarence M. Wheeler III, 26, of


BOARDMAN A lot of frustration

The volunteer is hoping someone returns the flag. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


NEW CASTLE New panel to evaluate spending

The teachers union president asked the board to reconsider combining the junior and senior high


COUNCIL

COUNCIL Approvals In its first meeting in its newly restored chambers, Youngstown City Council


OUT-OF-TOWN BIRTHS

Matthew and Ruth (Morrison) Casson of Flossmoor, Ill., are announcing the birth of their second


GUERRILLA TACTICS

GUERRILLA TACTICS Job search process Career and job search author Tom Jackson gives these five


NILES Council moves forward on transit service

Trumbull is the most populous county in Ohio without public transportation. By SHERRI L. SHAULIS


MVSD security funds

MVSD security funds NILES -- The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency awarded a $115,000 grant to


TRUMBULL COUNTY Board offers position to Dr. Enyeart

The physician says he will resign as Girard's health commissioner. By STEPHEN SIFF VINDICATOR


Mom hopes sign leads to clues

The billboard idea began with a group of women in Pittsburgh whose sons had been murdered. By


YOUNGSTOWN STATE UNIVERSITY Make it happen, speaker at job fair says

An author who helped displaced steel workers find new careers 25 years ago returned. THE


Three city pupils face charges

YOUNGSTOWN -- A Choffin Career Center student faces a charge of assault on a police officer after


TRUMBULL COUNTY Officials to discuss plans to find kids

County officials want to make sure if a child is missing they will be able to do whatever is


Public attendance crucial at Mahoning tax sessions

Opinion: The first of four public hearings on the renewal of a half-percent sales tax that Mahoning County


METRO ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Carlson's goal lifts Poland to 2-2 tie

The Bulldogs rallied with two second-half goals. By BOB ROTH VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT POLAND


Beware of fashion police with drug-sniffing dogs

Opinion: Beware of fashion police with drug-sniffing dogs EDITOR: Recently my daughter was picked up for


YOUNGSTOWN Curses and wild chase lead to man's arrest

YOUNGSTOWN -- City police have arrested an East Side man who they say confronted officers writing


YOUNGSTOWN HOMICIDE Mother hopes sign leads to clues in case

The billboard idea began with a group of women in Pittsburgh whose sons had been murdered. By


CAMPBELL Layoffs are necessary, mayor says

An 11-year veteran of the Campbell Fire Department estimates the layoffs will cost the city $12,960


YOUNGSTOWN Request for new lawyer delays trial

An assistant prosecutor said the inmate is just stalling. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR COURTHOUSE


BOXSCORES

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YOUNGSTOWN Mom hopes billboard leads to clues in slaying of her son

The billboard idea began with a group of women in Pittsburgh whose sons had been murdered. By


YOUNGSTOWN Lawsuit looms in priest abuses

The lawsuit will be the second filed against the diocese over sexual abuse by priests. By D.A.


YSU

YSU Softball CANFIELD -- Youngstown State will play host to a fall tournament this weekend at