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PREP SWIMMING JFK's Bertuzzi eyes state again

The senior has also received a scholarship to swim for YSU next season. By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR

Knowing paint types makes job easier

Do-it-yourselfers can avoid spending time and money on costly fix-ups by doing a little homework

YOUNGSTOWN City worker faces federal charges

The street worker is accused of drug-dealing. YOUNGSTOWN -- Michael A. Dowdy, a city street

Talk of adding sixth judge in Mahoning is premature

Opinion: How does the caseload of the Mahoning County Common Pleas Court general division compare with other


CURRENT PRICES Around the nation Current prices are recorded from antiques shows, flea markets,

PITTSBURGH Unusual delivery brings fame

The specialist has received national attention for her part in the rare, successful delivery of a

1. Are you going to risk Owens playing on turf?

1. Are you going to risk Owens playing on turf? 2. Garcia -- will he play more than first

SHARON City offers grants to get rid of lead-based paint in homes

Changes in federal lead-based paint safety regulations forced the city to alter its program. By

CHILDREN'S HEALTH Backpacks don't pose great risk, study says

Researchers focused on nearly 250 children between the ages of 6 and 18 with backpack injuries.

Reality smacks Ryan in the face

Opinion: It's the kind of remark that just sucks a political columnist in. Despite all good intentions to

Schools emphasize benefits of cultural diversity

By MARALINE KUBIK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER Ten years ago, six pupils in the Boardman school

Bold and beautiful

There are easy ways to get over the fear of painting your home in bold, bright hues. By BETSY


ROOM FOR CHANGE Choosing a color A survey commissioned by Ace Hardware found that 66 percent of


BY THE NUMBERS Limited English The number of limited English-proficient pupils in area public

PREP FOOTBALL Vestal reflects on title season

The Boardman High graduate coached Hopewell High to the PIAA Class AAA championship. By BRIAN


GETTING STARTED Helpful hints Here are some tips that could make your effort successful.

MAHONING VALLEY 53 pupils plan for trip to Australia

The pupils will visit the Great Barrier reef, a tropical rain forest and a farm in the outback

Bucs have sights set on Super Bowl ring

They're having their best season in franchise history, but anything less than the title will be

MAHONING VALLEY Session targets how businesses can make schools more effective

A national survey shows that 77 percent of Americans favor partnerships between schools and

Last respects for police dog

By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU BOARDMAN -- No fallen police officer could ask for a


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