kTHE VINDICATOR'S "Read to Win/Home for the Holidays" contest can make you a grand prize winner. By correctly answering two questions about the previous day's newspaper, you can win a $1,500 gift certificate from La-Z-Boy Galleries of Boardman. Watch this space Tuesday for results of today's call.
Slogan tells it all
kIF ANDREWS Shopping Center doesn't have it, you don't need it. What's become the unofficial slogan of the store, which has stood on the same spot in Howland Corners for almost 70 years, pretty much sums up what the building holds inside.
LIFE & amp;WORK
kDON'T CUT off your New Year's Eve celebration a few strokes after midnight. That's when the fun begins. Instead, toast the arrival of 2004 with a slumber party. Guests will get the perks of sleeping late and not driving among the reckless and overserved.
End of the season
kTHE REGULAR season of the National Football League ended Sunday with a win by the Cleveland Browns over the Cincinnati Bengals and an overtime loss by the Pittsburgh Steelers to the Baltimore Ravens.
Rain into snow
kTONIGHT, RAIN showers mixing with and changing to snow showers late this evening. Up to 2 inches of accumulation is possible. Lows near 30. Chance of precipitation 90 percent. Tuesday, mostly cloudy. Highs in the lower 30s. Tuesday night, partly cloudy. Lows near 30.
kLIFE & amp;WORK: In the battle against the American bulge, some health-care and physical-education experts are eyeing strollers. Once the province of babies, buggies are becoming luxurious conveyances for older children, to the dismay of pediatricians and others.