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CORRECTION

CORRECTION The Mahoning County Chapter of DU will hold its banquet on Oct. 4 at St. Mary's


TRUMBULL COUNTY

TRUMBULL COUNTY Dissolutions granted Cynthia L. Basilon and Brian L. Basilon, wife restores to


LISBON Bird droppings are leaving county courthouse a mess

A county commissioner is looking into devices to deter the birds from roosting on the courthouse.


Burn victim's condition

Burn victim's condition STRUTHERS -- Andrew Strickland, 33, of Fourth Street remained in critical


Vignette on a downtown street: driver gets his due

Opinion: Vignette on a downtown street: driver gets his due EDITOR: I witnessed something on Tuesday,


CRIME STOPPERS Greater Youngstown

A search for Dennis F. Weaver is the focus of Crime Stoppers of Greater Youngstown this week:


with Gary Reel

with Gary Reel Age: 55. Hometown: Austintown. Occupation: Part-time student teacher supervisor


WORTH A LOOK

ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOWS XChampion Christian Church will sponsor its Apple Butter Festival and Arts


COLUMBIANA CORNER 2 former Heartland pupils win prizes for posters

Two former Heartland Christian School pupils were winners in the Ohio Department of Public Safety's


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Store owner chases, fights. robber

LISBON -- A convenience store owner fought off a robber and even recovered some of the cash the man


POLAND Carabbia is let out of prison

The FBI says it has no plans to do any kind of surveillance. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME


GAME TIME Tonight

Who: Indians (R. Rodriguez 2-2) at Twins (Milton 13-9) When: 8:05 p.m. Radio/TV: WKBN-AM (570),


NASCAR rookie closer to title

With a win, Jimmie Johnson boosted his Winston Cup chances; Dave Blaney finished a career-best 11th.


COLLEGE FOOTBALL AT A GLANCE

SATURDAY'S SCORES GATEWAY W. Kentucky 13, Youngstown St. 7 N. Iowa 31, Stephen F.Austin 24 E.


LOWELLVILLE ROD & amp; GUN CLUB5655117 NEW MIDDLETOWN FARMERS 5625074 FISH &

LOWELLVILLE ROD & amp; GUN CLUB5655117 NEW MIDDLETOWN FARMERS 5625074 FISH & amp; GAME


AGENDA

AGENDA TUESDAY YCACIC Board Members, noon, CIC Conference Room Suite 404, Voinovich Center,


PERSONALITIES People change traits as they age

The studies showed little difference between men and women in the nature or extent of changes in


Florists will stay planted

Owners of two longtime North Side businesses have no intentions of pulling up their roots. THE


Rape suspect to go to court after standoff with police

The woman got free and used a cell phone to call for help, police said. By PEGGY SINKOVICH


DENA JOHNSON DANNY JACOBS

DENA JOHNSON DANNY JACOBS YOUNGSTOWN -- A honeymoon to Las Vegas followed the Aug. 17 wedding of


Inside

Inside The Indians beat the Royals 6-5 and Pittsburgh toppled the Cubs 5-4. More, C-.


BIRTHS

St. Joseph Andrea Anguish and James L. Carpenter, 308 Washington St. NE, Apt. 3, Warren, girl,


SHARON Winner will try again for grant to redo Westinghouse plant

The state announced last week that it had withdrawn a $7 million grant offer for the project. By


DEBORAH TAYLOR SILAS BYRD JR.

DEBORAH TAYLOR SILAS BYRD JR. ERIE, Pa. -- The marriage of Deborah Taylor of Erie and Silas Byrd


Valley losing vocal advocate for change

Opinion: Michael T. Rowan's departure from his position as president and chief executive officer of Humility


YOUNGSTOWN Sweet: YSU can set example

By JoANNE VIVIANO VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- A "strong and vibrant" Youngstown State


17TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT Poll tracks candidates; Ryan's ahead

Ann Womer Benjamin's campaign manager is pleased with the poll results, even though she is trailing


It's the same old story as CEOs fleece companies

Opinion: Today's greedy CEOs living high off the hog at shareholders' expense all seem to think that they've


ONE ON ONE | Gary Reel Supervisor shows student-teachers the ropes

Why did you go into education? My mother wanted to be a teacher, and during the Depression, there


WHAT'S DOING?

SPECIAL EVENTS, SEASONS, ETC. LAWRENCE COUNTY DUCKS UNLIMITED: The Lewis Class Shoot, 50 Sporting


AUSTINTOWN Strip club vows to fight restrictions

The two strip clubs in the township will be given 90 days to comply with the resolution once it


Davis Cup

Davis Cup Sebastien Grosjean beat Andy Roddick, as France defeated the United States 3-2 in the


GERMANY

Opinion: GERMANY Tagesspiegel, Berlin, Sept. 17: Who would have predicted a year ago that Macedonia would


YSU

YSU Softball CANFIELD -- Youngstown State won its Fall Invitational with a 5-0 record after


MANDY SABOL MARK LAURIE

MANDY SABOL MARK LAURIE AUSTINTOWN -- Mandy Jean Sabol of Canfield became the bride of Mark Laurie


CROSS COUNTRY

CROSS COUNTRY SUBURBAN LEAGUE (Regular season final standings) BOYS North division:


GREENVILLE, PA. 5 to get awards at Thiel

The celebration begins with a golf scramble and ends with a memorial service. GREENVILLE, Pa. --


NFL

NFL Favorite Points Underdog St. Louis 21/2 TAMPA BAY Sunday Miami 3 KANSAS CITY


JOHNNY APPLESEED FESTIVAL Events schedule

The 35th annual Johnny Appleseed Festival will be Friday through Sunday at the Columbiana County


MERCER COUNTY Man is hospitalized with West Nile

Three people in Pennsylvania have died of the disease. SHARON, Pa. -- The first human case of West


HEATHER BURKEY RYAN COZART

HEATHER BURKEY RYAN COZART POLAND -- Poland Presbyterian Church was the setting at 1:30 p.m. Aug.


NFL | Week 3

Sunday's Games Cleveland 31, Tennessee 28, OT. Atlanta 30, Cincinnati 3. San Francisco 20,


STAYING CONNECTED: Catrina Glover, 12, holds a rabbit at Connections School. The school, which gives

STAYING CONNECTED: Catrina Glover, 12, holds a rabbit at Connections School. The school, which gives


PREP FOOTBALL AT A GLANCE

SATURDAY'S SCORES AREA Chaney 53, Wilson 0 Rayen 30, Can. Timken 0 Lowellville 41, Mathews 6


Car strikes buggy

WEST MIDDLESEX, Pa. -- State police said an Amish man and his horse suffered minor injuries when