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Psychologist seeks court action regarding suspension of license

WARREN -- A Trumbull County psychologist is appealing the suspension of his license and asking that


PHARMACEUTICALS Canada OKs cannabis pill as painkiller

Although the medication has some of the same ingredients as pot, users will not get high. TORONTO


CAL THOMAS Nation's capital gets a field of dreams

Opinion: "Triumphant Return" was the headline both Washington newspapers chose last week to announce the


A grim and compelling film illuminates final days of a tyrant

A sinking ship full of rats. By MARY F. POLS KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS Late in the movie


Trumbull commissioners alter sales tax resolution

WARREN -- Trumbull County commissioners have amended their resolution for a criminal justice


School bus safety

Opinion: Washington Post: The horrifyingly mangled Arlington County, Va., school bus after its collision with


SCHOOLS Elementary principal plans to retire in July

The board will begin interviewing replacements in May. By VIRGINIA ROSS VINDICATOR


Grant Center orientation taking reservations

YOUNGSTOWN -- Reservations are being taken for a Grant Center orientation program scheduled at 6:30


Rich countries ignoring health of poor children

Opinion: While the inability of the world's finance ministers and central bankers to find a solution to the


YSU

YSU Charity softball YOUNGSTOWN -- When the Youngstown State and Loyola (Chicago) softball teams


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ENERGY USE Agencies get funds for conservation program

A Mahoning County group received more than $1 million. YOUNGSTOWN -- Three area community action


AROUND THE HORN | Wednesday's other games

AMERICAN LEAGUE Red Sox 8, Orioles 0 BALTIMORE -- David Wells allowed three hits in eight


HOW SHE SEES IT Will Europe accept Pope Benedict XVI?

Opinion: By ANNE APPLEBAUM WASHINGTON POST After the dust has settled -- after the processions are over


Kent St. to host concert

Kent St. to host concert KENT -- Kent State University will host the BFA Senior Dance Concert,


TRUMBULL COUNTY Costanzo to remain in custody

The attorney appeared in court looking disheveled. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


TRUMBULL COUNTY Residents want to put brakes on truck route

But the county doesn't have the power to keep big rigs off West Liberty. WARREN -- A Weathersfield


Benedict XVI vows to reach out to all faiths

Supporters see a man of conviction, but others fear the pontiff will be a divisive figure.


Sounds of summer

Sounds of summer k WARMER WEATHER makes some music fans long to hear hot musicians. Entertainment


MOVIE REVIEW Lowbrow, high-octaine 'Kung Fu' is a real kick

Director-star Stephen Chow revs up the chop sockey genre with outrageous humor and action. By


PREP SPORTS AT A GLANCE

TRACK AND FIELD COLUMBIANA COUNTY MEET GIRLS Team scores: 1. United 114, 2. (tie) Beaver


WINNING NUMBERS | April 16-22

OHIO Friday 4/22 Night drawings: Pick 3, Pick 4, Rolling Cash 5, Mega Millions, Mega Ball,


REGIONAL AIRPORT Officials study Akron's growth

With plenty of room for growth, airport officials are looking for ways to land more planes and


Catholic Church isn't a democracy -- thank God

Opinion: Catholic Church isn't a democracy -- thank God EDITOR: Many American Catholics (and nonCatholics


ROD PIAZZA Busy bluesman remains active on the road

The longtime blues artist will perform one show in Struthers. The life of a bluesman is not easy:


PREP TRACK United, Salem capture county crowns

The championship was United's first since the girls meet started in 1977. EAST LIVERPOOL -- The


Today is Thursday, April 21, the 111th day of 2005. There are 254 days left in the year. On this

Opinion: Today is Thursday, April 21, the 111th day of 2005. There are 254 days left in the year. On this


SCHOOLS Canfield employees to get 2% raise

The school board will buy two buses to bolster its aging fleet. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR STAFF


YSU FOOTBALL Heacock awaiting answers

The Penguins are ahead of schedule, but many questions remain. By PETE MOLLICA VINDICATOR SPORTS


HOW HE SEES IT Here's the truth about not-so-dirty dozen

Opinion: By JONATHAN TURLEY LOS ANGELES TIMES There were times last week that Senate Majority Leader Bill


You can have three kinds of fun from local theater groups (shows also at same time Saturday):

You can have three kinds of fun from local theater groups (shows also at same time Saturday):


Sarah Himes is fianc & eacute;e of Christopher Weiss

XDUBLIN -- Sarah Himes and Christopher Weiss, both of 7981 Abbeyshire Court, are announcing their


ANDREW YOUNG Ex-U.N. envoy has advice for nominee

He praised free enterprise during a speech at Youngstown State University. YOUNGSTOWN -- Former


ENGLISH FESTIVAL Love for literature draws pupils to YSU

About 3,000 from 165 schools will participate in the festival. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR


NATION Law limits bankruptcy protections

Creditors could make $1 billion to $4 billion over five years. KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS


Fabian-Koby vows to be exchanged in Lowellville

XPOLAND -- The parents of Monica Fabian and Robert Koby are announcing the couple's engagement and


ICE SKATING SHOW Championship couple to perform

BOARDMAN -- Two-time Olympian and former world figure skating champion Yuka Sato will highlight this


Teacher charged with DUI after hitting bus

AUSTINTOWN -- An elementary school teacher has been charged with DUI and placed on paid


Scott-Brian vows to be exchanged at St. Patrick

XYOUNGSTOWN -- Announcement is being made by William and JoAnn Scott, 4013 Bob-O-Link Drive, of the


hAIDS Awareness Day

hAIDS Awareness Day HARTFORD, Conn. -- Ryan Melvin and Sarah Holtz of Bridgeport, Conn., join


Auditor praises request for equal contributions

The county has no consistent policy on health-care contributions by employees. YOUNGSTOWN --


OUT-OF-TOWN BIRTHS

XTom and Noel Morelli of Towson, Md., are announcing the birth of their first child, a son, Matthew


NORTHFIELD RESULTS

NORTHFIELD RESULTS WEDNESDAY 1st--Caller One(Smith)72.0033.609.00 Cinderella's Faith(J


'Wicked' to appear in Pittsburgh next year for PNC Broadway

PITTSBURGH -- The Tony Award winner "Wicked" makes its Pittsburgh premiere next year at the Benedum


MURDER State parole board denies Poling's bid for freedom

Her accomplice is out of jail and off parole. By MICHELE C. HLADIK VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT


HARAMBEE YOUTH Dances will display culture and clothing

Numerous African dances will be on tap. By L. CROW VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT YOUNGSTOWN --


ILLUSIONIST Copperfield to mystify audiences in Cleveland

The magician says he draws inspiration from the silver screen. David Copperfield has made the


OHIO

OHIO Night drawings: Pick 3, 1-8-5 Pick 4, 8-0-1-0 Rolling Cash 3-12-13-30-39 Super


The Sources

The Sources Ticketmaster: Kaufmann's in Eastwood, Southern Park and Shenango Valley malls; and


LAW ENFORCEMENT Smile! Wherever you are, you just might be on candid cop camera

More and more lawmakers say the devices put states on the wrong road. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR


Janecko's fifth book covers Ursuline history

The book covers the Irish from 1932-2004. By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF AUSTINTOWN --


SUPERVISORS MEETING Sewer rates on the rise in Union Township

The $17 quarterly increase is the town's first since 1976. NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Union Township


GRAEDONS | People's Herbal Pharmacy Soaking your feet in cornmeal bath can stop fungus

Q. You have responded to many questions about curing toenail fungus with home remedies, but here's


Julian-Partain vows to be spoken at St. Rose Church

XThe engagement of Nichole Ann Julian and Brian Paul Partain, both of Girard, is being announced by


AREA COLLEGE RESULTS

AREA COLLEGE RESULTS BASEBALL Penn State Behrend 10, Grove City 5 -- Freshman Michael Busin


Motorcycle crash kills Austintown man

Motorcycle crash kills Austintown man YOUNGSTOWN -- Jose Lopez, 54, of Burkey Road, Austintown,


WEATHERSFIELD Board OKs academy program

The pro-levy committee wants to light up the night. MINERAL RIDGE -- The Weathersfield school


YSU Company interested in Wick Pollock Inn

YSU will have to lower its tuition increase. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


MAHONING COUNTY Two titles won't fly with state AG

Traficanti had offered to do administrator's job while the county worked on its budget problems.


Early June nuptials announced for Miss Budin, fianc & eacute;

XNORTH JACKSON -- James Sr. and Bonnie Pittman, 11588 Silica Road, are announcing the engagement of


Deputy is violating policy, sheriff says

Kim Marciano has been off work since she was injured on the job in February. YOUNGSTOWN -- A


Want to co-host with Springer? Here's a chance

Want to co-host with Springer? Here's a chance NEW YORK -- If it's been your dream to preside over


MOVIE REVIEW | 'The Interpreter' Film has high-profile stars, lackluster script

Part of the movie was filmed at the United Nations. By ROGER MOORE ORLANDO SENTINEL "The


STATE TAXES Bill gives extension to Guard troops, reservists

The measure would expand the provision now given only to those in Operation Iraqi Freedom. By JEFF


"I think conservative Catholics are going to love him. Liberal Catholics hoping for change are going

Opinion: "I think conservative Catholics are going to love him. Liberal Catholics hoping for change are going


MOVIE REVIEW Rambling 'Rose' loses way

The movie begins with intrigue, but it develops into silliness. By DESSON THOMSON WASHINGTON


U.S. cardinals try to soften pope's image in America

Some say Benedict is a difficult man. LOS ANGELES TIMES ROME -- Several U.S. cardinals here


HELOISE Baking soda makes great facial scrub

Dear Heloise: I read your article about the many uses of baking soda. I also found a great use for


HOW HE SEES IT Fears of U.S. power spurring China

Opinion: By DANIEL SNEIDER KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS The nationalist fervor evident in the anti-Japanese


APPEAL Court rules against Judge Maloney

The probate judge appointed a lawyer to appeal to the Supreme Court. YOUNGSTOWN -- The 7th