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Salem trips Chaney, 7-6, on Kolich's sacrifice fly

Jarin Heath had three hits for the Quakers and scored the winning run. SALEM -- Mark Kolich's

Hurdles stand in way of those who create vaccines

Despite several successes, infectious diseases still kill 1 in 4 people worldwide. ASSOCIATED


Vigil for crime victims WARREN -- The 20th annual victims' rights week vigil will be at 7 p.m.


By ROBERT HILBURN LOS ANGELES TIMES HOLLYWOOD -- "Look, I'm sick of Bono and I am Bono," the


PROFILE Pyongsoo Yoon, M.D. Born: Sept. 14, 1960, Seoul, Korea Married; one son. Moved to

The items will keep a gardener's hands scratch-free and knees free from pain.

The items will keep a gardener's hands scratch-free and knees free from pain. THE VINDICATOR N

More hunt chances set in 2005-06

COLUMBUS -- Regulations and season dates have been set by the Ohio Wildlife Council for the 2005-06

YSU professor gets a break but his past is still an issue

Opinion: Joseph M Serowik's continued presence on Youngstown State University's faculty roster still

Hauntingly fun

The hot spot offers fun activities at affordable prices. THE VINDICATOR CONNEAUT LAKE PARK IS SO


MONDAY XLB Circle, an auxiliary to Miriam Chapter 278, OES, will hold a noon luncheon meeting at

DETROIT Thames' slam wallops Tribe

DETROIT (AP) -- Marcus Thames started his Saturday in a North Carolina hotel room. He finished it as

Advocate opposes state's plan for funds

The proposal would affect seven northeast Ohio counties. By JEFF ORTEGA VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT

TRUDY RUBIN What does Bush want from U.N envoy?

Opinion: John Bolton, a man who loathes the United Nations, is up for confirmation as the new U.S. ambassador

Pink Floyd light show to make local stop

Unlike many others, this group's music makes you think, the producer says. YOUNGSTOWN -- Forget

REVIEW Spies, treachery and a love that makes history

It's a fast-paced story that perhaps, at times, is a bit too fast. By LEZLIE PATTERSON KNIGHT


FICTION 'Lost Lake' It's a beautiful summer night in Portland, Ore. Ami Vergano, a young

& lt;B & gt;BAILEY, & lt;/B & gt; Samuel B., 71, of Austintown;

& lt;B & gt;BAILEY, & lt;/B & gt; Samuel B., 71, of Austintown; calling hours Sunday

Military communities anticipate base closures

There already have been four rounds of closures since 1988. SCRIPPS HOWARD NEWS SERVICE For


MORE ITEMS For the garden Get your kids involved in gardening by purchasing them a set of kiddy-

SCHOOL BUDGETS Board members looking to cut costs

The idea is to save money with as little impact as possible on education. By DENISE DICK

Thiel College approves two new majors

GREENVILLE, Pa. -- Thiel College has approved two new academic majors, E-Commerce and Web

YSU SPRING FOOTBALL Bache expected to help veteran O-Line

The new offensive line coach is excited about the upcoming season. By PETE MOLLICA VINDICATOR


Base realignment and closure time line: U 1960s to 1987: The Pentagon closes about 60 bases as the

REGISTRATIONS | 2005-06 school year

CAMPBELL Campbell Elementary School will hold kindergarten registration April 25-28 from 9:15 a.m.

Board ponders fate of building

Asbestos abatement likely will increase the cost. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


OHIO Friday 4/8 Night drawings: Pick 3, 8-6-2 Pick 4, 6-8-3-6 Rolling Cash 5, 16-17-26-27-31


1418 RETIREES XA meeting of the executive board of the 1418 Retirees will be held at 1 p.m. Monday

'EVANGELIUM VITAE' Symposium is planned by diocese

The event is open to the public. NORTH CANTON -- The Catholic Diocese of Youngstown will sponsor a

Boardroom manner belies aide's warmth

Carolyn Kepcher surprises people who only know her from the hit show. BY TERRY MORROW SCRIPPS

Bachelor's degrees unless otherwise noted:

Bachelor's degrees unless otherwise noted: CLARION UNIVERSITY, Clarion, Pa. Poland -- Shaun G.

'Weak spots' in U.S. are at the borders

Opinion: The Department of Homeland Security conducted a simulated terrorism drill last week in Connecticut

Sears homes

SEARS HOMES How to identify one Identifying a Sears home can be tricky. Although architectural


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

Generics don't always equal original

Q. My husband has been taking Prozac successfully for years. He was recently switched to generic

YSU SPRING FOOTBALL Wright excited about role as offensive coordinator

The Penguins are getting ready for their first day in pads today. By PETE MOLLICA VINDICATOR


MAHONING COUNTY Forum Health At Home offers hot, nutritious meals weekdays at 11 locations in

Flushing drugs not the best disposal

Dear Annie: How does one dispose of unused medication? I am a member of a non-advocacy group

Salem captures Cope meet crown

The Quakers won the overall and Div. II titles and Springfield won in Div. III. SALEM -- Although

hHy-Lite launches acrylic block windows

hHy-Lite launches acrylic block windows Hy-Lite Products' new operable acrylic block windows

EDUCATION At History Day 2005, students take unique look back

The event started in 1974 in Cleveland. The projects interpret events of the past. YOUNGSTOWN --

Dental, medical items often hard to identify

Some antiques are so odd, they cannot easily be identified. Who would recognize a tomato-slice


ROUNDUP News and notes Heavy hearts: Emotions are always high after racing at tight, testy

Deramos' 60th celebrated during family din ner

XGIRARD -- A family dinner party on April 3 at Olive Garden in Niles celebrated the 60th wedding

With whom am I speaking?

Opinion: In the last Congress, U.S. Rep. Ted Strickland, D-6th, introduced a piece of legislation that was

Blues singer getting noticed

The young singer is still exploring the possibilities of the genre. SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR

Saul Bellow to the rescue

Opinion: Philadelphia Inquirer: Saul Bellow, master of fiction and Nobel Prize-winner, died on Tuesday at 89.

Man, woman of the year named at annual dinner

AUSTINTOWN -- Recognition of James E. Mauch as 2004 Saxon Man of the Year and Louetta Ann Stertzbach

CAMPUS NOTES In the spotlight

COLLEGE OF WOOSTER, Wooster Melisa Kundracik, a graduate of Boardman High School, and Jameson

Township officials want answers from Rendell over funding issues

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Neshannock Township officials want to meet with state and county representatives

Goodyear will sponsor career day

AKRON -- For the fifth consecutive year, the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. will reach out and educate

PHYLLIS DILLER Comedian cackles at her life of laughs

Actress Patricia Clarkson will play Diller in a movie being made from the book. By JEFF DANIEL

Buzzards Bay upset winner at Santa Anita; Bellamy Road is first at Wood Memorial

A 3 0-1 shot, Buzzards Bay took the lead at the top of the stretch and won by half-length.

PODCASTING Personalized 'radio' may be wave of future

Here's another way for you to get your music fix. By MARC FISHER WASHINGTON POST Podcasting,

Art Institute of Chicago: 111 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago; or (312) 443-3600. Monday to

Art Institute of Chicago: 111 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago; or (312) 443-3600. Monday to

Drunken-driving program for youths is set

BOARDMAN -- Area youths will get a sobering look at the detrimental effects driving drunk can have

Pupil picked for program at Air Force Academy

Pupil picked for program at Air Force Academy CANFIELD -- Joshua Summer, a junior at Canfield High

Cho show evolves into political realm

From a failed television show to a successful marriage, Margaret Cho has remained true to herself.


'ALL MY CHILDREN' Jonathan kept Greenlee, Lily and Kendall hostage and made a confession that

Passports will be required by 2008

About 20 percent of Americans -- 60 million people -- already have passports. DETROIT (AP) --

Casinos aren't the only exploiters of the poor

Opinion: Casinos aren't the only exploiters of the poor EDITOR: Personally I don't care if they ever

Mariel boatlift left lasting mark

The president accepted the arrivals 'with open hearts and open arms' in 1980. MIAMI (AP) -- She


'LOST AND FOUND' Will Smith Interscope, ss 1/2 On his ninth CD, Will Smith takes on the

Program teaches girls how to be money smart

Funding was made available through the Girl Scouts. YOUNGSTOWN -- A collaboration between the

Working with the heart Surgeon puts all his effort into healing others

HE SUN HAS BEEN UP for about 15 minutes when Dr. Pyongsoo Yoon maneuvers his silver Toyota Sequoia


A nearby company is marketing new fishing lines that offer anglers an array of superior performance

Jarrett, Hmiel confrontation draws concern

Some veterans feel the younger drivers aren't showing respect. MARTINSVILLE, Va. (AP) -- The

2 passengers in car face charges after traffic stop

The driver had no valid license, police said. YOUNGSTOWN -- Marijuana found in a car on

Pitcher powers Newton Falls

Lindsey McCartney pitched a two-hitter and had two hits in a 5-0 win over Liberty. LIBERTY --

Panama, final chapter: a trip for the birds

We began day 2 about 7 a.m. aboard the Canopy Tower's people mover, the Birdmobile. Six of us hung

Moran leads Poland to title

The Bulldogs edged Canfield at Saturday's East Palestine Girls Invitational. By JOE SCALZO

Overflow crowd turns out for local memorial

The pope had a special place in his heart for youths, Bishop Thomas Tobin said. YOUNGSTOWN -- Pope

HELOISE Readers do the math on their extra-toed cats

Dear Readers: Here is our follow-up to the column on polydactyl cats. We have hundreds of photos

YCS keeps parents informed with Edline

YOUNGSTOWN -- Youngstown Christian School has implemented Edline, an Internet tool that keeps

Gigantic garage sale is big deal

The popular event offers three buildings full of buys. CANFIELD -- Angels for Animals is holding


CLUBS XAustintown Homemakers Club will hold a meeting at 10 a.m. Thursday at Smith Corners United

Spare the red ink and spoil the job

Opinion: By BRONWYN LANCE CHESTER VIRGINIAN-PILOT Anyone who was awake during high school English class


MONDAY XSister Sue Durkin will be the speaker on AIDS ministry and Casa Madre at a meeting of

Local chapter plans annual Red and White Ball

Proceeds from the fund-raiser will go toward the chapter's services and programs. LIBERTY -- The

A blessing for the Blessings

Married pastors won a prize worth $50,000. LOWELLVILLE -- Bob and Sue Blessing are accustomed to

Adhesive caulk pulls double duty for repairs

Spring is home improvement time. Generally speaking, this falls into major categories such as:

My choice for coach? Slocum

YOUNGSTOWN -- Within the next couple of days, the Youngstown State athletic department will announce


Did Not Finish Third Round (scores through 36 holes) Chris DiMarco67-67--134 (-13 through 9

Penguins get only five hits; lose twinbill against Detroit

Youngstown State has lost 10 of its last 13 games and is 1-6 in league play. By PETE MOLLICA

Speak out about outdoors funding

Here we go again! As of Tuesday, Ohio sportsmen could very well be left holding the bag for

Midwest great for tourists, man says

In addition to attractions, the area serves some unique dishes. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) -- Dan


DESTINATIONS Seven places A Mississippi garden with a literary pedigree, a coral reef off the


IN THE CUP Area holes in one Greg Keeling of Austintown aced the No. 4 hole at the Mahoning

Creole Chicken

CREOLE CHICKEN 4 chicken breasts, skinned and boned 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 green bell


OHIO Friday 4/15 Night drawings: Pick 3, Pick 4, Rolling Cash 5, Mega Millions, Mega Ball,

A home for after the race

The dogs are sometimes sent to prison to get socialized. YOUNGSTOWN -- Frank Taggart is one lucky

Studios respond when fans push

The Web plays a major role in how Hollywood learns about what people want. By ELAINE DUTKA LOS

Show rides the waves of family life

Lori Loughlin, previously of 'Full House,' co-created and stars in the drama. By DAVE MASON


OHIO Night drawings: Mega Millions: 5-13-17-33-35 Mega Ball: 35 Pick 3: 8-6-2 Pick 4: 6-8-3-6


FUGITIVE OF WEEK Marcus Jones The FBI and Crime Stoppers of Greater Youngstown are asking the

'Grant him eternal rest' Dignitaries, commoners pay respects

The crowd called for the pontiff to be made a saint immediately. LONG ISLAND NEWSDAY ROME --

Cronin to plead guilty to DUI

A man driving behind the common pleas court judge called 911 and reported erratic driving. By

Expert discusses keys to cooking

Introduce health food into the family menu slowly, a chef advised. YOUNGSTOWN -- When people

Conference set

Conference set STEUBENVILLE -- Franciscan University of Steubenville will host the eighth Sacred

READY-TO-ASSEMBLE History of Sears homes evident in Akron neighborhoods

The housing development coincided with the growth of the area and industry. KNIGHT RIDDER


FRIDAY'S RESULTS BASEBALL AREA SCORES Salem 6, Chaney 5 Mooney 8, Campbell 3 Niles 18,

HISTORICAL SOCIETY High tea to be served at Strock house

Reservations for seatings at noon, 2 and 4 p.m. are required for the fund-raiser. AUSTINTOWN --

Culver eager for new start

The Rayen graduate's latest stop starts tonight in the first game. By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR

KO Drugs moves to new site for 2005

The tournament will be held every Tuesday in May. YOUNGSTOWN -- The 18th KO Drugs High School

Schiavo case will be topic for contest

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- The Lawrence County Bar Association is sponsoring its annual Law Day Essay

DALE McFEATTERS $1.7 trillion in such a small space

Opinion: WASHINGTON --President Bush's day trip this week to Parkersburg, W.Va., was eclipsed by larger news

CATHOLICISM Faithful in U.S. at odds on issues

American Catholics adored the pope, but disagree on teachings. KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS WALNUT

No excuse for school bullies

Q. Several boys have been bullying our 10-year-old son, both physically and verbally, since the

'DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES' Infighting shows up during magazine shoot

In battle for supremacy, the winner seems to be Hatcher, or maybe Longoria, or ... By JOE

Medical students get residency placements

ROOTSTOWN -- One hundred senior medical students from the Northeastern Ohio Universities College of

Labonte edges out Craven to win Truck Series event at Martinsville

He became the first driver to win in NASCAR's top three series races. MARTINSVILLE, Va. (AP) --

Pirates break through, top Padres for first win

The win left the Mets as the majors' only winless team. SAN DIEGO (AP) -- The Pittsburgh Pirates'

Hunters awaiting start of spring gobbler season

Ohio and Pennsylvania's spring gobbler seasons are just around the corner, and all indications are

Cops end up in jail without bail

The former New York police officers were charged with eight murders and several other crimes. LAS

Reservists undergo mock terror attack

The four-day training exercise mimicked active duty. VIENNA -- A thunderous explosion sounded

HOW HE SEES IT Bush aims to unplug patients' rights

Opinion: By SIDNEY ZION NEW YORK DAILY NEWS If President Bush and his army of tort reformers have their



U.S. probe of Warren cops reflects poorly on the chief

Opinion: There are literally hundreds of law enforcement agencies in the United States, but only a handful

HBO Whoopie celebrates career with TV show

The special will reflect on the characters that made the actress/comedian famous. By TERRY MORROW


KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS WARSAW, Poland -- Poland in the late 1970s was a grim and isolated place.


How weather has interrupted play on the PGA Tour this year: Nissan Open: Rain caused a four-hour

ON CAMPUS Capraruolo leads Akron's offense

Center fielder Andy Capraruolo is playing his final season for the University of Akron baseball

Today is Sunday, April 10, the 100th day of 2005. There are 265 days left in the year. On this date

Today is Sunday, April 10, the 100th day of 2005. There are 265 days left in the year. On this date

Today is Saturday, April 9, the 99th day of 2005. There are 266 days left in the year. On this date

Opinion: Today is Saturday, April 9, the 99th day of 2005. There are 266 days left in the year. On this date

Carter has 45 as Nets make late playoff run

Jason Kidd added 17 assists as New Jersey won for the 11 time in 14 games. EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J.


SCHOOL Traveling campus k A MOBILE classroom offers students an opportunity to learn about


SHOOTING Mahoning Valley Trap League schedule Shooting dates for the 2005 Mahoning Valley Trap

Discipline on hold in strip-search case

The mayor says action will be taken soon. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF WARREN

Nicklaus bids farewell after missing cut by five

The six-time Masters champion says that he won't play in the event anymore. AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) --


Duff sisters to go material NEW YORK -- In inspirational film news, Variety says venerated

State: Voters cannot use machines

A commissioner was upset that the state waited so long to announce decertification. MERCER, Pa. --

Emergency landing in Trumbull County

Emergency landing in Trumbull County VIENNA -- An ultra-light plane made an emergency crash

DiMarco leads, Woods second

AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) -- Chris DiMarco thought he had the best seat at Augusta National last year when