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NATION

NATION General Motors reports big gains in first quarter DETROIT -- Boosted by improved overseas


STOCK, DIVIDENDBIDASKED

STOCK, DIVIDENDBIDASKED Avalon Holdings,1.751.80 Bank One,.84,36.3036.33 Clear Channel, 39.41


Make sure Grandma and the kids have a voice in activities, planners say.

Make sure Grandma and the kids have a voice in activities, planners say. DALLAS MORNING NEWS


Stoneridge announces 1st-quarter earnings

HOWLAND -- Stoneridge, a locally based maker of electrical and electronic parts for cars and trucks,


Toronto trip canceled

Toronto trip canceled FARRELL, Pa. -- Concern about the presence of severe acute respiratory


Robert Lichty and Rosemary Rubin of Canton, Ohio, co-chairpersons of the 2003 Lincoln Highway cross-

Robert Lichty and Rosemary Rubin of Canton, Ohio, co-chairpersons of the 2003 Lincoln Highway cross-


OHIO DEVELOPMENT Officials fear loss of tax incentives

An East Liverpool lawmaker will have a close look at the tax-reform bill. THE VINDICATOR,


MAHONING COUNTY Attorneys: Give man the maximum

The Youngstown man was found guilty of kidnapping but not murder. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR


YOUNGSTOWN Chrystal's Restaurant files Chap. 11

No money is expected to be left for unsecured creditors. THE VINDICATOR YOUNGSTOWN -- Chrystal's


HELOISE She can't make elephant ears from memory

Dear Heloise: Could you reprint the recipe for elephant ears that you had in your column some time


2 charged in burglary

2 charged in burglary CAMPBELL -- Marvin A. Daltorio, 24, of 134 Jean St., and Ronald E. Cash, 27,


GOLF

GOLF Men Seton Hill Invitational -- 1. Grove City 322, 2. Seton Hill 329, 3. St. Vincent 362.


HOWLAND Avalon Inn to refurbish hotel, add a restaurant

HOWLAND -- The Avalon Inn & amp; Resort is about to get a face-lift. A.I.R. Management Group


SALEM Council votes to borrow money

This winter was costly for the city, which will have a cleanup this summer. By NORMAN LEIGH


FOOD SALES AND DINNERS

TODAY XFraternal Order of Eagles 3298, 1655 Raccoon Road, Austintown, will serve dinners from 4 to


TROY, MICH. Delphi reports rise in earnings and revenues

TROY, Mich. -- Delphi Corp. increased earnings and revenues in the first quarter. The auto parts


SOUTH RANGE SCHOOLS Board, teachers OK health-care terms

A pay increase for 2004-05 is yet to be determined. NORTH LIMA -- The South Range Board of


Man pleads innocent to voyeurism charge

BOARDMAN -- Police have charged a Canfield man with voyeurism after he was accused of looking over a