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NILES Health dept. plans upgrade

The local department will use the money to buy a refrigerator and a portable computer. By SHERRI

Workers to testify on buying practices

The county's human resources director also has been asked to testify before the grand jury. &

COLUMBIANA Council OKs power plant study

The city gets its electricity from some power plants that will one day fail to meet EPA standards.

Birthworks classes

Birthworks classes CANFIELD -- Birthworks at the Ursuline Center, Shields Road, offers an Infant

Ryan helped Sawyer with debt

Ryan was the only Mahoning Valley resident to contribute to the ex-congressman's campaign fund in

Howland program celebrates 3 signings

Three Howland football players will represent three different collegiate levels. & lt;a

Green building exhibit

Green building exhibit "Big & amp; Green," a study of sustainable architecture, opened

Judge stops James' suspension

The Summit County judge said James must sit out one more game. AKRON (AP) -- LeBron James got back

West beats East 6-5 despite Heatley's 4 goals and assist

He tied the NHL All-Star game record, but it still wasn't enough to win. SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) --

Cavs sympathetic to James' plight

Chris Mihm said the prep standout's advisors let him down. CLEVELAND (AP) -- The Cleveland


JACKASS OFFENSE Associated Press PUNISHMENT: Jessica Lange, left, and Brian Patrick, both 19,

Man to stand trial in killing of his mother's companion

BEAVER FALLS, Pa. (AP) -- A man will stand trial on charges that he killed his mother's longtime


NFL PRO BOWL SUNDAY'S SUMMARY AFC 45, NFC 20 NFC33014--20 AFC1414314--45 First Quarter

Hoyt exhibit scheduled

Hoyt exhibit scheduled NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Artists are invited to participate in the 19th Annual


Work-related The Program on Gender, Work and Family at American University recently issued a

5 mistakes job hunters often make

Most people make a plan before setting out on a road trip. They know where they'll stop for the

TOP 10

TOP 10 Tourism losses from 9/11 The cost of 9/11 on travel and tourism, estimated through 2002,

Police departments to receive cameras

YOUNGSTOWN -- A digital camera was to be awarded this afternoon in council chambers to the

Rep. Ryan reaches for the stars ...

Opinion: There are two Ohioans on the powerful Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure in the U.S.

Ohio State gets good, not great, 2003 class

The Buckeyes return 18 starters from last year, which may have hurt their recruiting chances.

Student's hopes are not dimmed by space tragedy

A planetarium staffer said portions of upcoming shows will be devoted to the space shuttle. By

STRUTHERS Ky. man arrested, accused in threat

A check of the license plate indicated the car had been stolen. By MARALINE KUBIK VINDICATOR


TAFT'S BUDGET An overview Gov. Bob Taft's recommended general revenue fund appropriations of

Focus of probe shifts to other possibilities

Columbia's control system struggled to keep the craft at the proper descent angle, investigators

Doctor awaits stint on rescue team

He thought of the crew during the breakup, knowing that the space suits could not protect them at

Commissioners to seek bids for sewer installation project

The project will take 20 years to complete. & lt;a & gt;By

ICE HOCKEY Davis propels Rockets past Brownstown

The new goalie stopped 28 shots in a 4-1 victory at the Ice Zone Sunday. By TOM WILLIAMS

Today is Sunday, Feb. 2, the 33rd day of 2003. There are 332 days left in the year. This is

Opinion: Today is Sunday, Feb. 2, the 33rd day of 2003. There are 332 days left in the year. This is

Five Poland girls swimmers are looking to qualify for the Division II state meet later this month.

Five Poland girls swimmers are looking to qualify for the Division II state meet later this month.

St. Edward beats Kennedy Catholic

CLEVELAND -- Mario Clancy, Shawn Carney and Ryan Marando combined to score 50 points as Lakewood St.

Penguins go on the defensive

YSU signed three area seniors on a defense-heavy recruiting class. & lt;a


YSU Women's tennis TOLEDO -- Youngstown State (0-2) lost to Bowling Green Sunday at Shadow