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Eating right FOR LIFE

A diet doesn't change a person's way of life, so it ultimately fails. By L. CROW VINDICATOR


St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Bethany Paulin and Chuck Burchfield, Youngstown, girl, April 8. Lavette Boone,


NBA ROUNDUP \ Sunday's games

Spurs 136, Warriors 134, 2OT OAKLAND, Calif. -- Tony Parker made a sprawling layup with 2.9


IDENTITY THEFT Lawmakers battle over privacy laws

Groups say the initiatives would shield consumers from havoc and damages. WASHINGTON POST


If restaurant tale is a hoax, perpetrator deserves jail time

Opinion: There is a growing suspicion that the report of a severed fingertip found in a bowl of chili at a


HELOISE Backup call ensured wedding guests received a thank-you

Dear Heloise: Our daughter recently got married and found out that not all of her thank-you notes


MAHONING COUNTY Residents will receive septic system reminders

Preventive maintenance can save thousands of dollars in repairs, the health board said. YOUNGSTOWN


OHIO LEGISLATURE Panel works on budget plan

The proposal would allow schools to levy property taxes that could grow. By JEFF ORTEGA


TRUMBULL COUNTY Health building revamped

The building once had toxic mold in its basement. WARREN -- The Trumbull County Board of Health


MORE INFORMATION

MORE INFORMATION Dr. Shayesteh may be reached at (330) 729-9665; 7010 South Ave., Trailwood Dr.


MILITARY BASES Economic, safety concerns haunt shuttered facilities

Base closings have hurt local economies and left land unsafe to use. LOS ANGELES TIMES


Tax reform critical to Ohio's future

Opinion: By DAVID. W. JOHNSON SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR State policy makers in Columbus are debating what


WORTH A LOOK

AUCTIONS XPleasant Grove Presbyterian Church, corner of Midlothian and Southern boulevards, will


GOP may dump DeLay if troubles grow

Opinion: Every day brings more bad political news for embattled House Majority Leader Tom DeLay. A poll


YOUNGSTOWN Girl, homeowner injured in house fire

Candle making suspected as the cause of the blaze, authorities said. YOUNGSTOWN -- An 11-year-old


SATURDAY'S RESULTS BASEBALL

SATURDAY'S RESULTS BASEBALL AREA SCORES Fitch 11, Canfield 10 Mooney 9, Warren JFK 5


Racing rallies families

Derby racing levels the playing field for all children that are involved. MINERAL RIDGE -- They


Help sought for cleanup of Buhl Farm Park

HERMITAGE, Pa. -- Buhl Farm Park is seeking volunteers and sponsors for the community cleanup at


HOW HE SEES IT China sets sights on Africa

Opinion: By JEFF KRILLA KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE U.S. assistance has been a force for positive change in


PREP ROUNDUP Boardman sweeps on trip

The Champion and Lisbon softball teams split a doubleheader. STEUBENVILLE -- Jack Mulichak homered


Tiger Woods wins his fourth Masters

Tiger Woods wins his fourth Masters kTIGER WOODS is the Masters champion again, turning back a


TRUMBULL COUNTY Auditor wants more information on debts

Sales tax money is used to pay off some of the debt. WARREN -- Trumbull County government is


SYMPHONY REVIEW Trio brings surprise with old favorites

Augustine added charm by interspersing original material all evening. YOUNGSTOWN -- The Joe


COLLEGE FOOTBALL YSU begins contact sessions

The Penguins held their annual "Hoot 'n Holler" drill on Sunday. By PETE MOLLICA VINDICATOR


Indecent censoring

Opinion: Indecent censoring Los Angeles Times: Sen. Ted Stevens of Alaska is wrong for demanding that cable


TRUMBULL COUNTY

TRUMBULL COUNTY Bonds and notes A list of what Trumbull County is making loan payments on:


"As the end of my life approaches I return with my memory to the beginning ... to the people who

Opinion: "As the end of my life approaches I return with my memory to the beginning ... to the people who


U.S. MARSHALS SERVICE MOST WANTED

U.S. MARSHALS SERVICE MOST WANTED Maria K. Minerd The U.S. Marshals Service Northern Ohio


OHIO

OHIO Saturday night drawings: Pick 3, 1-8-4 Pick 4, 9-9-1-6 Rolling Cash 5: 12-13-18-28-


Classroom spending will rise with vote

Opinion: PHOENIX -- Patrick Byrne, a 42-year-old bear of a man who bristles with ideas that have made him


THISTLEDOWN RESULTS SUNDAY

THISTLEDOWN RESULTS SUNDAY 2nd-MindYour(Gonzalez)6.804.002.60 Troyanna Miss (Martinez


YSU

YSU Baseball EAST CLEVELAND -- Cleveland State scored five runs with two outs in the bottom of


Bill calls for pay phone preservation

The number of pay phones has dwindled as the number of cell phones has risen. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE


Racers compete in rally

Sunday's event can help some kids gain a spot at the Akron derby in July. MINERAL RIDGE -- It's


Agenda Tuesday

Agenda Tuesday Executive Council of Mahoning and Columbiana Training Association, 8:30 a.m.,


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& lt;B & gt;BAKER, & lt;/B & gt; Ralph & amp;#147;Big Time & amp;#148; Jr.,


ITALY

Opinion: ITALY La Repubblica, Rome, April 6: He must be saintly, charismatic, ready to govern and media


Today is Monday, April 11, the 101st day of 2005. There are 264 days left in the year. On this date

Opinion: Today is Monday, April 11, the 101st day of 2005. There are 264 days left in the year. On this date