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Is it school day vs. work day?

Opinion: Chicago Tribune: Today is Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day. Some educators, though, grumble

RUNDGREN-JACKSON CONCERT Eclectic Ethel not your average string quartet

Far from stuffy, these violin, viola and cello players can really rock the house. CLEVELAND --

Hackett-Hanuscak wedding planned at St. Columba

XCANFIELD -- Announcement is being made by Terrence J. and Patricia S. Hackett of Canfield of the


WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS BASEBALL MOONEY 5, URSULINE 3 Ursuline0110001--323 Mooney0000050--554

Taft proposes bond issue that goes beyond high tech

Opinion: Although the vote was close, 51 percent to 49 percent, the fact that Ohioans in the November 2003

BILL COSBY 12 more accuse comic

The accusers came forward after a former Temple University employee leveled similar charges in

New trial, lawyer set for man accused in '01 slaying

It turned out the defense lawyer also once represented a defense witness. YOUNGSTOWN -- A new

MERCER COURTHOUSE County denies call for more security

Funding is behind the lack of courthouse screening, an official said. MERCER, Pa. -- The county


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HIGH GAS PRICES Bush has ideas but no quick fix

Energy experts said it would be years -- if ever -- before Americans could benefit from the plans.

Burglary suspect sought

Burglary suspect sought BOARDMAN -- Township police are asking for help from the public in

PREP SOFTBALL Poland cruises to 14th straight

The Bulldogs rolled past Struthers 7-0 in Metro Athletic Conference play. POLAND -- Poland rolled

Wife of comic Lopez gives hubby a kidney

Wife of comic Lopez gives hubby a kidney LOS ANGELES -- George Lopez has undergone a kidney


The Vindicator Pupils use their power of imagination Above, flight attendant Kathy Alicea


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TRUMBULL COUNTY Fired worker seeking more disability pay

The county will object if payment is approved for ex-maintenance director Tony Delmont. WARREN --

Poland edges Struthers

Jim Petrolla's two-run single in the seventh gave the Bulldogs a 5-4 win. STRUTHERS -- A two-out,

REVIEW You'll want to hitchhike out of theater

Fans will use their towels to cry in after this muck-up. By ROGER MOORE ORLANDO SENTINEL Don't

Wedding planned by Casey L. Fisher, Matthew Migliore

XSALEM -- Announcement is being made by Steve and Cathy Fisher, 1851 Ridgewood Drive, of the

& lt;B & gt;CHRISTIAN, & lt;/B & gt; LaRamie, 43, of Youngstown;

& lt;B & gt;CHRISTIAN, & lt;/B & gt; LaRamie, 43, of Youngstown; L.E. Black,

Cute couples abound on movie screens this summer, among them Diane Lane and John Cusack ("Must Love

Cute couples abound on movie screens this summer, among them Diane Lane and John Cusack ("Must Love


LOCAL Canfield football CANFIELD -- Canfield High senior quarterback Jamie McNally will continue

Movies will sizzle this summer

Movies will sizzle this summer k MASTER YODA, above, may be small, but he packs a lot of punch in

East-West vulnerable. South deals.

East-West vulnerable. South deals. NORTH x -10 6 5 4 u -A v -Q 5 4 3 w -8 7 6 3 WEST

YSU Writers to speak at Press Day

YOUNGSTOWN -- Brent Cunningham, managing editor of the Columbia Journalism Review, and David Lee


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A 'Pinocchio' weekend

A 'Pinocchio' weekend YOUNGSTOWN -- The Youngstown Playhouse Youth Theatre will present the

Newhart's career is varied, but stand-up is his favorite

The comedian is scheduled to perform Sunday in Cleveland. Considering the dysfunctional nature of


THE ORION AWARD Youngstown Student Education Association. President: Angela Speece, senior,

Vote delayed on bill for campaign finance

The proposal was set aside in an attempt to manage the flow of legislation. By JEFF ORTEGA

PETS New Castle to consider tougher pit bull ordinance

Before passing the ordinance, city council would have to repeal another one. By VIRGINIA ROSS


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PREP BASEBALL Ginocchi's single in ninth inning leads Girard, 3-2

He had four hits, but his last one beat Brookfield 3-2 in nine innings. GIRARD -- Ryan Ginocchi's

Rounding (May) third

Opinion: Rounding (May) third EDITOR: It's the eighth inning. The bases are loaded. The score: Us-1;

HOW HE SEES IT China's modernizing military, economic clout pose challenge for U.S.

Opinion: By LEE H. HAMILTON KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE WASHINGTON -- Americans are used to hearing about the

'Hooey' or not, magnetic therapy produces results

Q. I cannot believe you would write about magnetic bracelets for arthritis. This is just a bunch of

Leonard-Quaranta wedding plans made known

XYOUNGSTOWN -- Mr. and Mrs. Keith Ford, 1366 Kenneth St., are announcing the engagement of their

hThey got the bear

hThey got the bear WAUWATOSA, Wis. -- A large black bear begins to fall out of a tree into a

Boy, 10, charged in killing

Boy, 10, charged in killing IOLA, Kan. -- A 10-year-old boy was charged Wednesday with murder in


TIME LINE U.S. involvement Saturday marks the 30th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War.

Be ready to be charmed if you go to the Secret Garden concert at 8 p.m. at the Ohio Theatre, 1511

Be ready to be charmed if you go to the Secret Garden concert at 8 p.m. at the Ohio Theatre, 1511

Changes in contracts save city big bucks

The board was to approve an overall savings of nearly $26,000. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR

YSU FOOTBALL One final fling for Penguin standout

After a four-year basketball career, Brian Radakovich will play football this fall. By PETE

CRIME Officer arrested on felony charge

A computer and several discs were taken from the TCI captain's home. By PEGGY SINKOVICH

IRAQI GOVERNMENT Leaders agree on new look

It's been three months since Iraqis cast their votes. CHICAGO TRIBUNE BAGHDAD, Iraq -- Iraq's

Summer flicks: Some things old, some new

The movie studios have come up with a little something for nearly everyone this summer. By MOIRA

Federal Medicaid cuts affect school programs

The program that provides funding for MRDD ends June 30. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Gilberto Andujar, 43, of 248 Byron St., Youngstown, and Neida


NORTHFIELD RESULTS WEDNESDAY 1st--Romp Ulaine (Miller)7.002.602.40 Jason Challenger (G

The Sources

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

MOVIE REVIEW | 'Gunner Palace' Film illuminates tedium, tension of soldiers' lives

Documentary filmmaker hung out with troops living in one of Saddam Hussein's old palaces. By MARY

'OKLAHOMA!' Classic musical gets dose of reality in latest version

The Palace Theatre production begins a two-week run on Tuesday. CLEVELAND -- In bright

CARL LEUBSDORF Hypocrisy fills the air in nation's capital

Opinion: Along with the pollen, hypocrisy is filling the air these days as Washington girds for a potentially

Today is Thursday, April 28, the 118th day of 2005. There are 247 days left in the year. On this

Opinion: Today is Thursday, April 28, the 118th day of 2005. There are 247 days left in the year. On this

MOVIE REVIEW 'Millions' a richly satisfying film

The mother's death brings one son a stream of visits from long-dead saints. By KENNETH TURAN LOS

NBA Spurs even playoff series

San Antonio jumped out quickly on Denver and won easily 104-76. SAN ANTONIO (AP) -- The Denver

GAMBLING Petro: Casinos far from certain in Ohio

The Indian tribes face long and expensive battles to open casinos. By JEFF ORTEGA VINDICATOR

CAL THOMAS Nation faces another 'time for choosing'

Opinion: More than 40 years ago, Ronald Reagan delivered a televised address called "A Time for Choosing"

Pet adoptathon set for Saturday, Sunday

Dear Heloise: Pet Adoptathon, the biggest, most exciting lifesaving weekend in the world, is this