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NEW CASTLE Building extends schools vacation

The calendar still includes a two-week Christmas break, Hink said. NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Construction

ONE ON ONE | Gilbert Rucker Discipline and service are music to attorney's ears

How did you end up in Trumbull County? I moved here because my wife is from the area. I must say

KATHY MITCHELL AND MARCY SUGAR | Annie's Mailbox A support group will give her the strength to deal

Dear Annie: My husband has cancer and is in the last stages of the disease. We have been married 37

MERCER COUNTY Mayoral candidate asks about lack of minorities

The county jail guards will get three annual pay raises of 3 percent. BY MARY GRZEBIENIAK

Alternative to mortgage: equity loan

Q. I would like to refinance my adjustable-rate mortgage to lock in one of today's low rates. But I

MARTIN SLOANE | Supermarket Shopper Future holds good, bad news for couponers

Grocery coupons are growing and changing. That is the opinion expressed by participants at the 2003

CD CRISIS On the flip side, boomers love 'em

By MAUREEN RYAN CHICAGO TRIBUNE A quick glance at MTV might give the impression that popular

SOMMELIERS Women say they're less stuffy than the men

As more women get into the field, customers still seek out male sommeliers. By JENNIFER SERGENT


MONDAY IN LIFE & amp;WORK X Want a job? Then you'll need to break through to connect with a

Learn something about your wheels at this Web site

By BRYNA ZUMER KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS Whether you own a bike, ride a bike or just enjoy

BECKY SHER | Hype Showcasing funky decor

So, you go to bed at night dreaming of zebra-striped wallpaper, fuzzy hot-pink carpet and a giant

'CHILDREN OF CHILDREN' Photos focus on teen parents

The subjects tell their stories, and the exhibit's creator doesn't impose his views. By JEFFREY