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CINCINNATI Traficant loses bid to be released from prison pending his appeal

The ex-congressman wanted to be free to campaign. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME REPORTER


MAHONING COUNTY

By JoANNE VIVIANO VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- It's not every day you see a Mahoning


Saadey pleads guilty to gun charge

On Monday, the defendant changed his plea; trial had been set for Sept. 30. By PATRICIA MEADE


'AVE MARIA'

'AVE MARIA' The prayer The prayer: "Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with you: Blessed art


HIT THE TRAILS? Learn more

Have a hankering to see what your SUV can really do? Contact one of these groups. UTri-County


MAHONING VALLEY Hospital systems schedule summit

Officials say the health-care careers most in demand in the Valley are nurses, radiologic


Ridge routs Reserve; J-M claims first victory

United handed Leetonia its first loss of the season. MINERAL RIDGE -- Chris Ault completed 16 of


MARY MOLLICA RICHARD BEIDELSCHIES

MARY MOLLICA RICHARD BEIDELSCHIES YOUNGSTOWN -- Fellows Riverside Gardens in Mill Creek Park was


GETTING IT RIGHT

GETTING IT RIGHT


African leaders finally begin telling the truth

Opinion: After decades of blaming the industrialized nations, especially the United States, for the miserable


SHARON Winner, development agency blame each other for grant loss

The entrepreneur said he hopes the project can continue. By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR SHARON BUREAU


Support for restoration overwhelms organizer

By ROGER G. SMITH CITY HALL REPORTER YOUNGSTOWN -- Chester Yanuchi was lost at sea during World


A pair of roughriders

By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU DESPITE THE POPULARITY OF sport utility vehicles, few


PREP SPORTS AT A GLANCE

FRIDAY'S RESULTS FOOTBALL SCORES AREA Massillon Washington 24, Austintown Fitch 14


AREA FOOTBALL Davis powers Warriors to fourth victory, 34-6

Campbell and Beaver Local suffered losses. BELOIT -- The West Branch High football team scored 20


ANN NICHOLSON JASON GROVE

ANN NICHOLSON JASON GROVE HUBBARD -- Ann Marie Nicholson and Jason Lee Grove, both of 3696 Main


MCAC Sharon breaks away in 2nd half

The Tigers scored 28 unanswered points in the second half to beat Mercer 35-7. By BILL ALBRIGHT


SEBRING Ohio secretary of state determines referendum request is invalid

The petition was fatally flawed because it did not include the proper language concerning the


WARREN Officials to discuss winterizing Avalon

Work to prepare the municipal golf course for winter must begin soon. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR


Judge dismisses murder charge against man, but issues warning

Another suspect in the case is set for trial next week. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR COURTHOUSE


Judge dismisses murder charge, but issues warning

Another suspect in the case is set for trial next week. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR COURTHOUSE


Developers target Austintown area for a commerce park

A developer is looking to build a 'public/private partnership.' By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF


RiverFest adds events, attractions

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is studying methods to clean the river. By DENISE DICK


Aldrin won't be charged for striking tormentor

Aldrin won't be charged for striking tormentor LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles County district


YOUNGSTOWN With permits, beer's on tap at B & amp;O

The restaurant now offers its own Youngstown Brown and Arroyo Amber. By JoANNE VIVIANO


Springfield rallies past South Range

Homecoming king Jon Vivo scored two touchdowns for the first-place Tigers. By RYAN JONES


AMI STACKPOLE IKREMAN OMRAN

AMI STACKPOLE IKREMAN OMRAN AUSTINTOWN -- Austintown Community Church was the setting for the


KATHLEEN CRACROFT RUSSELL EVANS

KATHLEEN CRACROFT RUSSELL EVANS FORT MONROE, Va. -- Kathleen Ruth Cracroft and Lt. Russell Robert


AUSTINTOWN Developers target area for proposed commerce park

A developer is looking to build a 'public/private partnership.' By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF


Authorities arrest eight in ongoing fencing probe

By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF LIBERTY -- A woman who had what police initially thought


JENNIFER BROWN COSMO IAMURRI

JENNIFER BROWN COSMO IAMURRI BOARDMAN -- Jennifer Lynn Brown and Cosmo Iamurri exchanged marriage


Contractor, lawyer OK exchange of real estate for legal services

The retired contractor first had a court-appointed public defender. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR


Sunday game previews

Sunday game previews The Dolphins-Jets and 49ers-Redskins games are among the contests featured in


CAS Auxiliary has installation of new officers

MERCER, Pa. -- The Children's Aid Society Auxiliary of Mercer County held induction of officers for


SALEM SCHOOLS Buckeye modular classrooms aim to alleviate overcrowding

The district took out a loan this summer to pay for the structures. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR


TRUMBULL COUNTY Maintenance officials should not order supplies, prosecutor says

Two more companies have been added to the prosecutor's watch list. By PEGGY SINKOVICH and


LORDSTOWN Village files suit over permit

The county health board granted the permit last month. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


Howland fumbles costly as Cardinals rumble

The Cardinals forced three Tiger turnovers in a 23-8 Metro Athletic Conference victory. By JOE


COACHING

COACHING Uniontown Lake High School -- seeks a swim coach. Applications should be sent to Bruce


90th anniversary

90th anniversary WARREN -- Marcus Miller, bishop of the Northeast Synod, Evangelical Lutheran


MUSIC New CD offers 26 versions of 'Ave Maria' prayer

Listeners can hear 'Ave Maria' sung in the language Jesus spoke. By D.A. WILKINSON VINDICATOR


Band-A-Rama

Band-A-Rama BERLIN CENTER -- Western Reserve High School's first Band-A-Rama will be at 7 p.m.


Judge denies marriage request

The judge denied the motion, citing technicalities. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


EAST SIDE CHOICE homes cause worries

The home construction is a neighborhood revitalization effort. YOUNGSTOWN -- New CHOICE Homes for


Tribe gathers to give thanks to the creator

Detribalization couldn't stop the age-old Green Corn Thanksgiving. By JOHN NORDELL CHRISTIAN


CLUB CALENDAR

ASSOCIATIONS XYoungstown Chapter of the United Nations Association will meet Thursday at the YWCA


Getting workers back on track

The Workforce Connections program helps people assess their skills and get additional training when


AUSTINTOWN Fitch leads early, but Massillon pulls away for win

Massillon capitalized on Fitch's breakdowns to snap the Falcons' three-game winning streak. By


BIRTHS

BIRTHS Forum Health Northside Harley Jr. and Roberta Dunlap, 3875 Mercedes Place #1, Canfield,


INDICTMENTS | Mahoning County

The following people were indicted this week by a Mahoning County grand jury: Jeffrey B. Best, 31,


DAVID ALAN MORETTI Feast marks finding of cross

Sept. 14 marked for Eastern Orthodox Christians the celebration of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross.


Area gets coat of graffiti guard

By JoANNE VIVIANO VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- It's not every day you see a Mahoning


LISBON 35th Johnny Appleseed Festival to start at fairgrounds Friday

An apple foods cooking contest is a new event this year. LISBON -- Apple pie, apple butter, apple


Hubbard outlasts Liberty in OT to stay unbeaten

Shaun Lane got the winning score and John Dominic followed it with a key sack to seal the Eagles'


CAMPELL Mayor urges renewal of county tax

CAMPBELL -- Maintaining the half-percent Mahoning County sales tax, which is before the voters for


YOUNGSTOWN Contractor, lawyer OK exchange of real estate for legal services

The retired contractor first had a court-appointed public defender. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR


FENCING OPERATION Indicted and charged

Patrick Brooks, 27, Pleasant Valley Road, Vienna, receiving stolen property (two counts) and


Lisbon jolts Clippers for fourth triumph

The Blue Devils enjoyed a well-balanced offensive attack to deal Columbiana its second loss. By


YOUNGSTOWN Salem woman pleads guilty in vehicular homicide case

The woman's car hit a telephone pole, then was hit head-on by another car. By BOB JACKSON


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YOUNGSTOWN Testimony differs in weapons hearing

The defendant remains in jail with probation violation hearings looming. By PATRICIA MEADE


Grocery drawing set

Grocery drawing set AUSTINTOWN -- A grocery drawing by Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Mahoning


Piano concert set

Piano concert set COLUMBIANA -- Columbiana Tabernacle is sponsoring concert pianist Randy Estelle


OHIO Site offers scrapbook of history

Several local institutions have already contributed pieces to the online project. By SHERRI L.


Traficant loses prison release bid

The ex-congressman wanted to be free to campaign. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME REPORTER


GAME TIME Tonight

Who: Indians (Lee 0-1) at Royals (May 4-10) When: 7:05 p.m. Radio: WKBN-AM (570).


COURTS

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Joseph J. Mullarkey Jr., 33, of 355 Erskine Ave., Boardman,