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Time running out for tax repeal movement

The state sales tax is lower, but Trumbull County residents won't get the benefit. By MONICA BOND

Two suspects face concealed-weapon charges

STRUTHERS -- Two men who a witness says shot at her Youngstown home Aug. 1 were arraigned Monday in

hTesting the radio tags

hTesting the radio tags ALEXANDRIA BAY, N.Y. -- Security officials gathered Monday at a Canadian

We're running out of gas

Opinion: By LLEWELLYN KING KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE WASHINGTON -- As agriculture in the United States and

Newcomer singer Keith Anderson moves into the country spotlight

An obsession turned this singer from engineering to music. GREAT AMERICAN COUNTRY You could say

In 'Big Brother 6,' viewers will get their say

ZAP2IT.COM CBS is giving fans of "Big Brother 6" a bigger chance than in past years to affect the

Blackwell to delay spending proposal

Blackwell wants to make the proposal a plank in the platform of his gubernatorial campaign. By

Modern terrorists don't fit U.S. mold

Opinion: WASHINGTON -- Something quite interesting has come out of the July bombings in London: Much of what

Living Harry Potter

Living Harry Potter k THE CHILDREN'S Museum of the Valley is hosting a three-day event designed to


Davis takes a break For the first time in 31 summers, Butch Davis isn't preparing a team for a

Scrappers outpowered

By BILL SULLIVAN VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF NILES -- There was no power shortage at Eastwood Field


CRYSTAL MOORE MICHAEL MCCABE XAUSTINTOWN -- Michael Francis McCabe and his bride, the former

Man seems to be complying with orders

Residents have complained for seven years about trash on the property. By KANTELE FRANKO

ODNR speaker tells how to eliminate animal pests

The main predator for raccoons is the motor vehicle, the speaker said. By MONICA BOND VINDICATOR


CHERYL TRAYLOR GEORGE COWAN III XYOUNGSTOWN -- Price Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church was the setting

'It's surreal': Singer Simpson finds career taking new turns

Simpson's 'Dukes' co-star said the singer did a great job on her first movie. DALLAS MORNING NEWS

New movie to tell story of Civil War mascot Dog Jack

Parts of the film are being shot in Pennsylvania and Ohio. By VIRGINIA ROSS VINDICATOR

Kids have a chance to live Harry Potter

Local performers will play characters in the series. By KATIE LIBECCO VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER

Agency expects to recoup less than half of its losses

A new facility in Austintown is expected to open later this month. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR

Shooting victim in lake identified

The victim's car was found in the 2500 block of Market Street. YOUNGSTOWN -- The woman shot to

Bipartisan group aims for cleaner air


Rescue of Russian sub reflects a new attitude

Opinion: It was inevitable that last week's emergency involving a Russian mini-submarine snagged on fishing

ABC jumps back into the fray, starts filming 'John Paul' movie

ZAP2IT.COM The battle of the Pope John Paul II movies is back on. ABC, whose project has taken a

LAKEVIEW | School board action

The Lakeview Board of Education met in regular session Monday and: Revised the district's sports

hActress says teens should explore sexuality

hActress says teens should explore sexuality NEW YORK -- Evan Rachel Wood thinks her fellow

4 plead innocent in attempted attacks

Cameras filmed three suspects with knapsacks containing bombs that didn't go off, police allege.

No, we're not; not really

Opinion: By H. STERLING BURNETT KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE WASHINGTON -- Those who regard SUVs rather than the

Kimbrough to face off with Fletcher in 10-round bout

Verquan Kimbrough has just wrapped up three consecutive knockout wins. CHESTER, W. Va. -- Verquan

Knight Ridder Tribune

Knight Ridder Tribune REFLECTING: While the cost of surgery to replace hair loss seems

Disturbance reported

Disturbance reported BOARDMAN -- A Lockwood Boulevard woman told police she heard the screen door

There's a problem with cloning Fido

Opinion: By WAYNE PACELLE LOS ANGELES TIMES Last year, a kitten named Little Nicky was cloned to

Show will present its case on new night

The new episodes will start at the end of September. CHICAGO TRIBUNE "Boston Legal" returns


AROUND THE HORN Monday's games AMERICAN LEAGUE Yankees 3, White Sox 2 NEW YORK -- Mike

A summary of recent criminal activity in Canfield City and Austintown Township:

A summary of recent criminal activity in Canfield City and Austintown Township: CANFIELD July 30


Agenda Wednesday Springfield Township trustees, 7 p.m., township administration building, New

Today is Tuesday, Aug. 9, the 221st day of 2005. There are 144 days left in the year. On this date

Opinion: Today is Tuesday, Aug. 9, the 221st day of 2005. There are 144 days left in the year. On this date

2 landing tries called off due to unsettled weather

A rule prohibits landing if storms, lightning or precipitation are within 30 miles of a landing

Council OKs placing fire levy on ballot

The police department's expenses have increased since the levy was first passed. NEW MIDDLETOWN --

Women regard hair as their crowning glory

Hair-loss isn't just for men anymore. KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS SANTA ANA, Calif. -- All Dr.

Bond set for suspect in double shooting

YOUNGSTOWN -- Bond was set Monday in municipal court at $150,000 for Kevin A. Traylor, 32, of Park

Being prepared in case of a medical emergency

Dear Heloise: I read with interest your column in the San Antonio Express-News advising people to

Group submits petition for village dissolution

The referendum would be on the Nov. 8 ballot if certified by the elections board. By DAVID

Medicare troubled by past concessions

LBJ's deals with doctors and hospitals in 1965 are hurting the program now. MCCLATCHY NEWSPAPERS

Officials approve putting levy for 4.9 mills on Nov. 8 ballot

Plans for the levy proceeds include a 2,501-seat football stadium. McDONALD -- The board of

Forum Health Women and Infants Pavilion

Forum Health Women and Infants Pavilion Kiawana Whitfield, Youngstown, boy, Aug. 8. Kristin

hGetting a Sturgis rush

hGetting a Sturgis rush KEYSTONE, S.D. -- Steve Carter of Milton, W.Va., sports his new Sturgis

XCanfield High School Class of 1965 will hold a 40th-year reunion Sept. 2-4 in Canfield. Events will

XCanfield High School Class of 1965 will hold a 40th-year reunion Sept. 2-4 in Canfield. Events will


HEATHER SNITZER KEVIN SEDLACEK XBOARDMAN -- The exchange of nuptial vows took place during a 2

Officials, residents see city revitalization plans

Officials will apply for a grant to improve the downtown in October. By JOHN W. GOODWIN, Jr.

Cayson fit, fast and full of hope

The senior thinks the Penguins will prove their doubters wrong. By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR SPORTS

Made in America

Opinion: Providence Journal: American manufacturing is doing quite well these days, although you'd never know


LAUREN HAMILTON BRADLEY SMITH XMINERAL RIDGE -- Vows were exchanged during a 2:30 p.m. ceremony

Reward offered for return of show dog

A microchip can be used to identify the corgi. By KATIE LIBECCO VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER

Associated Press

Associated Press KEEPING IT GOING: Fox News reporter Greta Van Susteren, left, approaches Beth


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage applications Jason Ellis, 24, of 2020 Warwick, Youngstown, and Shannon

Teacher faces civil lawsuit that alleges negligence

The teacher's lawyer said his client didn't believe there was abuse. YOUNGSTOWN -- Does a

TOUR DATES When and where

Here's a sampling of Keith Anderson's upcoming tour dates (subject to change): Sept. 2: The Pub,

Embryonic stem cells, space shuttle are alike

Opinion: By MICHAEL FUMENTO SCRIPPS HOWARD NEWS SERVICE The space shuttle program would seem to have

"Peter has been our colleague, our friend, and our leader in so many ways. None of us will be the

Opinion: "Peter has been our colleague, our friend, and our leader in so many ways. None of us will be the

Youngstown All-Stars battle for Series title

It will be the second time in three years that Youngstown has qualified. By MARK W. MILLER