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WARREN Sewer project advances

The street is higher than driveways in some spots. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


JEFFERSON COUNTY 2 indicted on drug charges

The men - one a doctor - are accused of illegally providing a prescription painkiller.


So much to do, so little rest

Young people need time to relax and cope with stress. By JoANNE VIVIANO VINDICATOR EDUCATION


TRUMBULL COUNTY Super Sam's Club gets caught in traffic

The store's drive could have become part of a North Road connector. By STEPHEN SIFF VINDICATOR


PHILADELPHIA Snowball leads to shooting of girl, 10

The girl shot was not involved in the snowball fight. PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- The wife of a man who


NEWTON FALLS Court has more cases, fewer DUIs

NEWTON FALLS -- While DUI cases declined, the total number of cases handled in Newton Falls


STATE WRESTLING Howland's three united

The Tigers' three state-bound wrestlers have nothing to lose. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR


YOUNGSTOWN Wick group facing development issues

By D.A. WILKINSON VINDICATOR RELIGION EDITOR YOUNGSTOWN -- The Wick Neighbors were asked to


TRUMBULL COUNTY Fake signatures are identified on four candidates' petitions

The board of elections checked with the people whose names were forged. WARREN -- The Trumbull


TRUMBULL COUNTY United Way will put out final call for contributions

Campaign organizers did not set a specific goal for this year's event. By SHERRI L. SHAULIS


COLD METAL Union wins auction for Campbell factory

Former workers still must resolve real estate, equipment and financing issues. THE VINDICATOR By


YOUNGSTOWN Former execs say going public hurt Cold Metal

The steel processor failed to appease Wall Street's appetite for growth. THE VINDICATOR By DON


NEW CASTLE Work to begin on projects

Council wants fire officials to review the city's fire prevention laws. By NANCY TULLIS


KATHY MITCHELL AND MARCY SUGAR | Annie's Mailbox 'Lucy' has no intention of cooking

Dear Annie: Our son married "Lucy" last September, and both of them are now living with us and


COLUMBIANA CO. Projects seek funds

If the projects are approved, patrons of a hike-bike path will have more parking. By NORMAN LEIGH


Man accused of dragging cop was on probation

GIRARD -- A Mineral Ridge man accused of dragging a Warren police officer during a weekend traffic


TRUMBULL COUNTY United Way puts out call for pledges

Campaign organizers did not set a specific goal for this year's event. By SHERRI L. SHAULIS


YOUNGSTOWN Inmate violated rules, officials say

One judge denied work release; another granted it. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME REPORTER


NATION

NATION Mister Rogers dies k FRED ROGERS, who portrayed a gentle friend to children for more than


TRUMBULL COUNTY Super Sam's gets caught in traffic

The store's drive could have become part of a North Road connector. By STEPHEN SIFF VINDICATOR


MEN'S TOP 25 ROUNDUP Tuesday's games

No. 4 Florida 96, South Carolina 63 GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Billy Donovan thinks his team finally got


NHL ROUNDUP | Tuesday's games

Predators 5, Blue Jackets 0 NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Tomas Vokoun made 19 saves for his second shutout


WHEATLAND, PA. Group fails to persuade court in Farrell schools secession bid

The court ruled that the group failed to come up with enough signers. By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR