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Parents announce Ernst and Boso engagement

CINCINNATI -- Gary and Linda Ernst, 662 Arlington Drive, announce the engagement of their daughter,


EAST LIVERPOOL Pioneer Days expected to attract thousands

By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU EAST LIVERPOOL -- Nearly 25 years ago, a handful of area


BRAZIL

Opinion: BRAZIL Folha De Sao Paulo, Sept. 23: He has weapons with massive destruction capacity, threatens


Iraq returns to its old, arrogant self in record time

Opinion: Perhaps President Bush should just sit back for a while and let Saddam Hussein work his magic.


BRIDGE

Answers to quiz: Q. Neither vulnerable, as South you hold: x A K Q 7 u A Q 3 v 8 5 w K J 4 3


PREP FOOTBALL AT A GLANCE

SATURDAY'S SCORES AREA Struthers 32, Wilson 6 Austintown Fitch 17, Cardinal Mooney 16


SHENANGO VALLEY New Castle summit opens in Pennsylvania

The international summit is also being hosted by New Castle, Ind. By VIRGINIA ROSS VINDICATOR


Fake bill found at restaurant leads to charges for 2 men

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Two men are accused of trying to pass a fake $100 bill at a Lawrence County


America's Cup begins

America's Cup begins This might be the toughest competition in the 151-year history of the


HERMITAGE Police arrest Youngstowner after stakeout at Starlite Inn

HERMITAGE, Pa. -- Police said a Youngstown man wanted on assault and parole violations in Ohio was


YOUNGSTOWN Wick Avenue congregations come together in display of unity

Members of four churches gathered at the outdoor celebration. By JoANNE VIVIANO VINDICATOR STAFF


After being subdued by police, woman faces multiple charges

SHARON, Pa. -- A Wallis Avenue woman is in jail and her boyfriend in the hospital after a fight


By TIM YOVICH

By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF ILL EXLINE FINDS IT JUST PLAIN ugly. John Kanetsky


with Jennifer C. Miller

with Jennifer C. Miller Age: 53. Hometown: Youngstown. Occupation: Executive director,


& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;CRUMP, & lt;/B & gt;Robert

& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;CRUMP, & lt;/B & gt;Robert E., 48, of Boardman;


CAMPBELL Man faces several charges after standoff with police

CAMPBELL -- Police negotiated for more than two hours at a Sixth Street home with a man they say


YOUNGSTOWN Shooting leaves city woman critical

One man faces an attempted murder charge, and two face charges of complicity to attempted murder.


Area tops magazine poll

Area tops magazine poll YOUNGSTOWN -- A survey by SELF Magazine says the Youngstown-Warren area


BOARDMAN For some, Oktoberfest is an uplifting experience

The Vindicator/William D. Lewis In the foreground above, Kenny Emch, 6, and his grandfather,


CRIMESTOPPERS

CRIMESTOPPERS Greater Youngstown A search for Gary Greenwalt is the focus of Crime Stoppers of


BIRTHS

Forum Health Northside Traci Connelly, 3758 Cumberland Circle, Austintown, boy, Sept. 28. Mary


Pittsburgh's Todd Peterson kicked a game-winning 31-yard field goal in overtime.

Pittsburgh's Todd Peterson kicked a game-winning 31-yard field goal in overtime. VINDICATOR STAFF


MAHONING VALLEY Honoring safety forces

The event will include safety forces from the tri-county area. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR


Company delays plans for plant in Pa.

CAIRNBROOK, Pa. (AP) -- An energy company has indefinitely delayed plans to build Somerset County's


PITTSBURGH City charges protesters $650 for traffic control

A spokesman said the group will take donations to pay the bill. PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Protesting in


Cowher leans toward Stewart

But the Steelers coach will think about starting Tommy Maddox. VINDICATOR STAFF REPORT


NFL Week 4

Sunday's Games Pittsburgh 16, Cleveland 13, OT. Tampa Bay 35, Cincinnati 7. Dallas 13, St.


Piling Up

By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF ILL EXLINE FINDS IT JUST PLAIN ugly. John Kanetsky


MAHONING COUNTY Officials fear state will reduce funds

Mahoning County gets about $12 million yearly in local government funds. By BOB JACKSON


MAHONING COUNTY Officials brace themselves for possible state fund cuts

Mahoning County gets about $12 million a year in local government funds. By BOB JACKSON


Browns fail to finish off Steelers

Jamel White was a bright spot for Cleveland, rushing for 105 yards on 16 carries. VINDICATOR STAFF


Charges follow crash

Charges follow crash NEWTON FALLS -- A 38-year-old Newton Township man, whose car crashed into a


Fourth fire at house was set, authorities say

Fourth fire at house was set, authorities say NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- A Cleveland Street house was


Miss DuChanois and Timothy Smit h to wed in Oct. 18 ceremony in Solon

CORTLAND -- Mr. and Mrs. John DuChanois, Cottage Drive, announce the forthcoming marriage of their


TRUMBULL COUNTY Lafarge, board to respond to suit

One attorney said the claims in the lawsuit are 'smoke and mirrors.' By SHERRI L. SHAULIS


Communities to be asked to pay for bookmobile

PITTSBURGH (AP) -- The Allegheny County Library is asking 20 communities to start paying for a


Mahoning commissioners put their faith in the people.

Opinion: It now seems certain that the Mahoning County commissioners will put their faith and the county's


AGENDA

AGENDA TUESDAY Poland Township Board of Trustees, special meeting, to open bids for paving


VINDICATOR STAFF REPORT

VINDICATOR STAFF REPORT PITTSBURGH -- Once again, the Cleveland Browns' inability to finish off an


Jones-Mosher engagement is make known

Announcing plans for their forthcoming wedding are Jennifer Davis Jones, 3989 Timber Lane,


"Sometimes ... we have hidden fears and thoughts about one another. But we share a great

"Sometimes ... we have hidden fears and thoughts about one another. But we share a great


WORTH A LOOK

BAZAARS XFirst Federated Church, 10786 Mahoning Ave., North Jackson, will hold its annual turkey


Woman arrested

Woman arrested BOARDMAN -- A Youngstown woman driving a car with expired plates was arrested on


ONE ON ONE | Jennifer C. Miller Center director likes making an impact in lives

What is the most fascinating thing about your job? The fact that each day is different and the


Nancy Otte, Steve Hrynko to be married

MASSILLON -- Robert and Laura Otte, 1200 Kenyon S.W., are announcing the engagement of their


YSU can't pretend that it's worried about kids

Opinion: YSU can't pretend that it's worried about kids EDITOR: Please no more whining about budget cuts