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KSU TRUMBULL

KSU TRUMBULL Enrollment Kent State University Trumbull Campus has realized increased enrollment


Indecent exposure

Indecent exposure GIRARD -- An East Prospect Street woman told police a man exposed himself to her


UP NEXT Winston Cup

The 2002 NASCAR Winston Cup schedule (winners in parentheses) and driver point standings: Feb. 17


HUBBARD FIREWORKS Charges filed in mishap

The charges stem in part from failure to ensure that spectators would be a safe distance from the


MAHONING VALLEY Man agrees to radon work ban

The Garrettsville man had worked without a state license since 1996. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR


Doctor's two trials are consolidated

LISBON -- A former Calcutta doctor accused of molesting two patients will have both allegations


CAMPBELL Cold Metal denies deceiving county

A company official said accusations that the company accepted a grant knowing its plant would close


KENT STATE TRUMBULL CAMPUS Officials cite outreach, marketing in enrollment increases

Another open house in the community is planned for November. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


Dietetic group to have lecture on osteoporosis

Dietetic group to have lecture on osteoporosis BOARDMAN -- The Mahoning Valley Dietetic


AUSTINTOWN Woman charged in 2 thefts

The first charge is a misdemeanor, but the second is a felony. AUSTINTOWN -- A Youngstown woman


AUSTINTOWN Officials mandate property cleanup

The North Edgehill Ave. home will be inspected and its owners told what they must do. AUSTINTOWN


HERMITAGE, PA. Owner hopes city will use landfill site

City officials remain skeptical of the offer, citing concerns over long-term liability. By HAROLD


PREP VOLLEYBALL Boardman stops Warren in 2 sets

The Spartans remained unbeaten in SVC play, 15-0, 15-3. WARREN -- Jen Hlebovy scored 11 points and


Police report the breakup of theft ring

LIBERTY -- Police were expected to announce today the breakup of a major crime ring that included


Probe of 9/11 attacks needs true objectivity

Opinion: On the one-year anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on America's mainland, the


CLUB CALENDAR

ASSOCIATIONS XGourmet Club of the Youngstown Chapter of the American Association of University


DELKER MURDER CASE Mom gets life for killing daughter

The judge had ruled the woman competent to stand trial. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


A 'more personal' outreach at KSU

Another open house in the community is planned for November. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


CANFIELD 24-hour staffing set for stations

The average response time in the district doubles when firefighters respond from home. By IAN HILL


COLUMBIANA A grand way to volunteer at school

Grandparents have worked at the school from the start, an administrator says. COLUMBIANA --


AMERICAN LEGION Local auxiliary members attend event

COLUMBUS -- Three members of American Legion 301 Auxiliary of Austintown attended the 2002 School of


BLACK MONDAY Unhappy anniversary

Sadness and bitterness were still evident when former Sheet & amp; Tube workers gathered. By


Consultant: Raceway could 'dominate' economy

No decisions have been made on who would own or pay for the motorsports track. By STEPHEN SIFF


Soldiers honored in Lawrence County

Soldiers honored in Lawrence County NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Eleven men were honored Thursday as part of


Canfield, Howland play to tie

Matt Pietro's late goal for the Cardinals offset Mike Maiorano's first-half tally for the Tigers to


Ryan TV ad breaks rules, opponent says

Ann Womer Benjamin's campaign implied that Ryan thinks he's above the rules. By DAVID SKOLNICK


PREP SPORTS AT A GLANCE

THURSDAY'S RESULTS BOYS GOLF BOARDMAN 152, MOONEY 163, URSULINE 167, FITCH 169, HARDING 176


Area businesses, clerk cited by state for tobacco and liquor violations

COLUMBUS -- Three Youngstown businesses and a clerk in Columbiana County have been cited for


MCDONALD SCHOOLS Talks continue with union

The nonteaching employees' contract expired Aug. 31. By MARY SMITH VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT


Donor and receiver can't take transplants casually

Opinion: Donor and receiver can't take transplants casually EDITOR: I have been increasingly concerned


COLLEGE FOOTBALL PREVIEW Saturday's games

WESTMINSTER vs. MANSFIELD (PA.) When: 1 p.m. Where: Van Norman Field, Mansfield, Pa. Scouting


ICE HOCKEY Mahoning Valley Phantom Rockets in final home exhibition Sunday

It is the final exhibition home contest for the Mahoning Valley team. BOARDMAN -- Three area


A PARODY OF PARTNERSHIP

Opinion: A PARODY OF PARTNERSHIP Washington Post: Vladimir Putin, the soul-baring friend of President Bush,


Defendant in death penalty case wants evidence to be tossed

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- David Garvey doesn't want prosecutors to use his shoes, leather jacket and


UNION TOWNSHIP Officials accept police officer's resignation

A decision is near on a grievance filed by the police chief. By MARY GRZEBIENIAK VINDICATOR


BECKY SHER | Hype Sugar scrub will wake your senses

School is back in session, and long days of baking on the beach are over. Sigh. No more sleeping


LOCAL

LOCAL Coach hired at E.P. EAST PALESTINE -- The board of education hired Troy Berdine as varsity


& lt;P & gt;ALLASON, Jerry Lynn, 50, of Youngstown; no calling hours; Fox Funeral

& lt;P & gt;ALLASON, Jerry Lynn, 50, of Youngstown; no calling hours; Fox Funeral Home.


17TH DISTRICT RACE Benjamin to official: Steer clear of race

The chamber president said he is disappointed by the Republican's statements. By DAVID SKOLNICK


Suit alleges sex abuse in diocese

A lawsuit contends a former Youngstown priest has been sexually abusing boys for more than 20 years.


Vietnam buddies reunite

Now grandfathers, the two men found they have a lot in common. By MARALINE KUBIK VINDICATOR


HEALTH

HEALTH Protecting your skin The American Academy of Dermatology recommends the following


SHARON To get grant, Winner must reapply, state says

Local officials were surprised to learn the money was actually withdrawn six months ago. By HAROLD


ITAM Post 3 Auxiliary seats officers

YOUNGSTOWN -- Installation of officers for the coming season took place at the Sept. 11 meeting of


COLUMBIANA CO. Inaction imperils funding for 911

Nearly $400,000 is at risk if action isn't taken, an official says. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR


BIRTHS

St. Elizabeth Bradford and Tanya Matlack, 6080 Applecrest Court, Boardman, boy, Sept. 19. Dr.


The city's board of control -- the mayor of Youngstown, finance director and law director --

The city's board of control -- the mayor of Youngstown, finance director and law director --


Trial date set for city auditor

Trial date set for city auditor WARREN -- A trial is set for Oct. 24 in Warren Municipal Court for


Parking restricted for football games

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- City police are reminding residents not to park on the following streets during


FITNESS AND EXERCISE Drink to your health

Water, water, water. Is there any other choice? By KATIE-NELL SCANLON VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


DEPTH CHART YSU vs. W. Kentucky

YSU OFFENSE LT -- (66) JOSH DAVIS, 6-5, 295, Jr.; (74) Dean Jewell, 6-3, 300, Soph. LG -- (77)


SNEAK PEEK

SNEAK PEEK The buzz on books SEVENTEEN MAGAZINE The stuff you really gotta read right this


Schools using black's book about racism

YSU officials hope the book will generate debate on race relations. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR.