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BINGO AND CARD PARTIES XMother of Crucifix will hold its annual bingo and card party at 3 p.m.

ECONOMIC EXPANSION Liberty pushing for chance to grow

Ungaro would like to create an entertainment district on Belmont Avenue. By PEGGY SINKOVICH



JEFF ORTEGA Taft's tax plan could survive Legislature

Opinion: COLUMBUS -- Republican Gov. Bob Taft's bid for reform of the state's tax structure appears headed

Bolton is wrong for U.N. job

Opinion: Miami Herald: As a rule, presidents should have wide latitude in appointments for high office. When

BIKE ACCIDENT Girl hit by car in critical condition

CLEVELAND -- A 7-year-old Howland girl was in critical condition Sunday night at Cleveland Metro

HELOISE For future generations, identify and caption all pictures

Dear Heloise:I am asking that you please print this for everyone who takes pictures. My fianc &

Mooney may have been on path to papacy in 1958

Cardinal Mooney was relied upon for quiet and swift solution to urgent problems. YOUNGSTOWN -- Had

COLUMBIANA COUNTY Ohio EPA seeks public input on plan to curb local water pollution

SALEM -- The Ohio EPA's Northeast District Office will hold two public meetings April 27 in

"You've got the Holy Spirit as the pit boss in this casino."

Opinion: "You've got the Holy Spirit as the pit boss in this casino." Greg Tobin Who wrote a book about

HOW HE SEES IT Like it or not, fuses are burning in Asia

Opinion: By JAMES P. PINKERTON LONG ISLAND NEWSDAY Will the 21st century be another "American Century" or


Answers to weekly quiz: Q. Neither vulnerable, you hold: xA K 4 u10 9 3 2 vQ 5 wQ 7 5 2

Seeking NFL love

The ex-Buckeye hopes his cleaned-up act finds a buyer. By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF A

GEORGE F. WILL Modernity challenges Catholic Church

Opinion: WASHINGTON -- The astonishing pilgrimage of Europeans to Vatican City for the most attended funeral

Despite Fenway controversy, Yanks' Sheffield remains focused

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS BALTIMORE -- While Gary Sheffield waits to hear what, if any, discipline he

TECHNOLOGY Ringtones mean cell-phone users get first dibs at popular music

One expert expects ringtones to be a $1.3 billion-a-year industry by 2009. By TRICIA DURYEE

Boardman splits doubleheader at Ashland

ASHLAND -- Ashley DiDomenico pitched a four-hit shutout to lead the Boardman High softball team to a


SATURDAY'S GAMES American League Minnesota 6, Cleveland 4 Chicago White Sox 2, Seattle 1

Meeting planned with commissioners

Meeting planned with commissioners NEW MIDDLETOWN -- Springfield Township will host a meeting for

FUND-RAISER Local woman works to help protect kids from malaria

Deborah Johnson hoped to raise enough money to buy 200 mosquito nets to protect children.


OHIO Saturday night drawings: Pick 3, 8-2-0 Pick 4, 2-5-6-2 Rolling Cash 5: 1-4-21-26-27

Cardinals meet to pick a leader for tough times

Among the major challenges will be reversing the decline in the number of priests worldwide.

Today is Monday, April 18, the 108th day of 2005. There are 257 days left in the year. On this date

Opinion: Today is Monday, April 18, the 108th day of 2005. There are 257 days left in the year. On this date


BIRTHS Forum Health, Northside Stephanie Lopuchovsky, 34 Henry, Hubbard, girl, April 17.

DeLay: Guns important to American way of life

The House Majority Leader made no mention of the controversy circling him. LOS ANGELES TIMES


YSU Baseball NILES -- Ashland swept the Penguins, 3-2 and 8-5, Sunday at Eastwood Field.

HOW HE SEES IT DeLay sets a bad examples for all husbands

Opinion: By JIM SHEA HARTFORD COURANT Out of nowhere, my wife says: "I want to be treated better."


THISTLEDOWN RESULTS SUNDAY 1st--Sip of Wine (Gonzalez L.)4.002.802.60 Snow Code (Oro E.)4.003.40


COURTS MAHONING COUNTY Domestic relations April Augustine vs. Frank J. Augustine, dismissed.

President Bush has a chance to push for Middle East peace

Opinion: The situation in the Middle East is, as always, complicated and volatile, but there is more reason

BUREAU|Fast facts

BUREAU|Fast facts The Youngstown/Mahoning County Convention and Visitors Bureau is located at 3620


BASEBALL Westminster 7, Thiel 6 -- Kevin Gesacion of Boardman hit a two-out, two-run single for

Bonds forged in Youngstown made cardinal call it home

Cardinal Mooney was reluctant to have the new high school named after him. YOUNGSTOWN -- Edward A.

City schools project featured in booklet

Youngstown team members are featured on a program booklet. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR STAFF

Albert Einstein remains a superstar

Albert Einstein remains a superstar kFIFTY YEARS after his death, Albert Einstein's shock of


Height/weight: 5-foot-11, 234 High school: Warren Harding (graduated early in December 2000). Played

American killed by car bomber

The victim founded Campaign for Innocent Victims in Conflict. KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS