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GETTING IT RIGHT

Prodigal Media Co. of Boardman will be promoting a new movie, "Children of Their Birthdays," in the


YOUNGSTOWN STATE UNIVERSITY Groundbreaking slight infuriates Hagan

By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- And after the third strike, state Sen. Bob


BOARDMAN Participants prepare to Sound Off

By JoANNE VIVIANO VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER BOARDMAN -- The state of the economy and this area's


OHIO SUPREME COURT Landmark ruling favors widow

By CYNTHIA VINARSKY VINDICATOR BUSINESS WRITER COLUMBUS -- Ohio's high court has awarded


The time of the Mercer County Historical Society Chamber Players concert Sunday has been rescheduled

The time of the Mercer County Historical Society Chamber Players concert Sunday has been rescheduled


INTER-COUNTY LEAGUE Relieved Protopapa, Rockets celebrate victory at S. Range

The undefeated Rockets held the Raiders scoreless for three quarters en route to a 26-12 triumph.


TRUMBULL ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Zuppo's rushing, 2 TDs lead Girard to victory

Girard scored twice in the second half to remain unbeaten in league play. By CHUCK HOUSTEAU


JENNIFER KOTHEIMER MARIO DIFALCO

JENNIFER KOTHEIMER MARIO DIFALCO ROSS, Calif. -- Jennifer Lee Kotheimer and Mario Norman DiFalco,


Landmark ruling favors widow

By CYNTHIA VINARSKY VINDICATOR BUSINESS WRITER COLUMBUS -- Ohio's high court has awarded


School district receives grant to help low-income pupils

Warren's grant was one of 45 awarded out of 300 applications. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


YOUNGSTOWN SUIT Court reverses ruling

A judge overturned the jury's $2 million award in 2000 and ruled for the city. By ROGER G. SMITH


GIANCOLA SLAYINGS Jury says doctors are not to blame

Jurors said there was negligence by the hospital but it didn't cause the deaths. By BOB JACKSON


METRO ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Justice, Smith give Howland punch

James Justice scored three TDs and got great blocking from Maurice Smith as Howland beat Salem. By


SHERBIE JULIOUS BEONDRÉ WALLER SR.

SHERBIE JULIOUS BEONDRÉ WALLER SR. YOUNGSTOWN -- Sherbie D. Julious, 3401 Idlewood Ave., and


INDICTMENTS

INDICTMENTS Columbiana County A Columbiana County grand jury indicted these people: Jennifer


Band alumni to perform

Band alumni to perform LEETONIA -- Leetonia High School band alumni will perform with the junior


LEADERS

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YOUNGSTOWN Legal-service agency to cut its staff

The agency is losing more than $300,000 a year in government funding. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR


Jury says doctors are not to blame

Jurors said there was negligence by the hospital but it didn't cause the deaths. By BOB JACKSON


MERCER Sharon rallies past Grove City

The Tigers scored the final two touchdowns in a 14-6 victory. By BILL ALBRIGHT VINDICATOR


PREP SPORTS AT A GLANCE

FRIDAY'S RESULTS FOOTBALL SCORES AREA Chaney 38, Poland 17 East Liverpool 23, Rayen 8


TRUMBULL COUNTY Local officials oppose Issue 1

Many state law enforcement and drug treatment organizations also oppose the measure. By DENISE


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hMusic ministry AUSTINTOWN -- Son Grace Music Ministries will be appearing at First United


MCCONNELL'S MILL Deadline to appeal permit is 30 days

The permit allows initial mining operations within 1,000 feet of the park. By HAROLD GWIN


Police seek driver impersonating officer

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Neshannock Township police are looking for a man who impersonated a police


WARREN School district receives grant to help low-income pupils

Warren's grant was one of 45 awarded out of 300 applications. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


Altered amount on paycheck spells trouble

Someone changed the 3s to 8s on the three city payroll checks that were cashed. By PATRICIA MEADE


Israel errs during attack

Opinion: For a generation, Israel provided the definition of how terrorists should be neutralized. The


INTER-COUNTY LEAGUE Defense helps Springfield streak to 4th straight win

The Tigers forced four turnovers and held Mineral Ridge to 5 yards rushing in a 26-7 win. By GREG


Suspect tells of faked identity

Jamar Callier also testified that he was going to give the victim's purse to his mother. By BOB


CHOICE HOMES

CHOICE HOMES Maximum incomes The maximum incomes of households eligible to buy a government


Complex work

BY IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- The new $22 million University Courtyard


BIRTHS

BIRTHS Forum Health Northside Shawndea Bell and Edward Morris, 3310 Hillman St., Youngstown,


APRIL MACDOUGALL BRIAN FERGUSON

APRIL MACDOUGALL BRIAN FERGUSON YOUNGSTOWN -- April Kelly MacDougall became the bride of Brian


Nonprofit agency is offering new, rebuilt homes for sale

By ROGER G. SMITH CITY HALL REPORTER YOUNGSTOWN -- The larger than usual "for sale" sign at 930


Harding pummels Ursuline

Two quick scores before halftime touched off Harding's 43-10 romp. By JOHN KOVACH VINDICATOR


Mohawk falls to Riverside in OT

BESSEMER, Pa. -- John Williams kicked an 18-yard field goal in overtime as the Riverside High


GAME TIME Today

Who: Pirates (Benson 9-6) at Cubs (Al. Benes 2-2) When: 4:05 p.m. Radio: WKST-AM (1200).


Calif. man wants court to enforce pledge ruling

Calif. man wants court to enforce pledge ruling SAN FRANCISCO -- The California father who


Accident kills man

Accident kills man POLAND -- A 69-year-old Poland man is dead after a one-car traffic accident.


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NEW CASTLE Maglev company pushes for funding

The company wants $60 million to build a 3.5-mile test track that would guide a train at 150 mph.


NFL preview inside

NFL preview inside The Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers never need an excuse, an


Feds should expedite probe of Carabbia's son

Opinion: Now that Ronald D. Carabbia, the former Mahoning Valley gangster, is out of prison after serving 25


PITTSBURGH -- The Pittsburgh Pirates announced their 2003 home schedule, which will feature visits

PITTSBURGH -- The Pittsburgh Pirates announced their 2003 home schedule, which will feature visits


Musica Sacra plans 'Beethovenfest'

Musica Sacra plans 'Beethovenfest' YOUNGSTOWN -- Youngstown Musica Sacra, under the direction of


Mini Page Teacher's Guide

Mini Page Teacher's Guide Mini Page activities meet many state and national educational standards.


MICHELE D'AMICO ANDREW D'APOLITO

MICHELE D'AMICO ANDREW D'APOLITO YOUNGSTOWN -- Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic was the


YOUNGSTOWN Lawyer faces discipline

The former lawyer submitted bills for fictitious services, the complaint says. By BOB JACKSON


Court reverses ruling

A judge overturned the jury's $2 million award in 2000 and ruled for the city. By ROGER G. SMITH


Chaney swamps Poland for win

Tailback Ed McElroy gained 306 yards and scored five touchdowns on the No. 2-rated team in the


NEW CASTLE Woman sentenced for putting baby in bag and dumping body

The judge approved her application for work release. BY MARY GRZEBIENIAK VINDICATOR


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Michael D. Sunseri, 29, Las Vegas, and Paulette E. White, 30,


STATISTICS

TOTAL YARDAGE AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE OFFENSE YardsRushPass Oakland887316571 New


RAPE TRIAL Suspect tells of faked identity

Jamar Callier also testified that he was going to give the victim's purse to his mother. By BOB