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Activist targets justice's home for development

Village officials resist suggestions to turn the house into a commercial resort. LOS ANGELES TIMES


MAHONING COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 4 public utilities contracts approved

The Mahoning Avenue bridge will be renamed to honor Joseph Caskey. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR


Strike stuns leader of ACE

There are no negotiating sessions scheduled between the two sides. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR


Smoke bomb does damage to vehicle

YOUNGSTOWN -- A smoke bomb placed under a 2003 Ford Sport Wagon owned by a Cardinal Mooney High


49ers count on Nolan to find success

Success with Baltimore was a key factor in the hiring. KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS SANTA CLARA,


Masters rental buildings to be demolished for parking lot

The CIC property committee didn't have enough members to take action. By DAVID SKOLNICK


Man sentenced 3 years for shooting

YOUNGSTOWN -- A Campbell man received a six-year sentence Tuesday for his involvement in a 1999


AUSTINTOWN Board, teachers approve contract for next two years

Teachers agreed to pick up a portion of their health care costs. By JEANNE STARMACK VINDICATOR


Thinking outside the typical cob

By STEPHANIE WITT SEDGWICK WASHINGTON POST Corn has sweet pleasures all its own. With just a


On 'Yo Mamma' show, Fez will look for trash-talkers

On 'Yo Mamma' show, Fez will look for trash-talkers NEW YORK -- Wilmer Valderrama, who plays Fez


MAHONING COUNTY Trial date scheduled for Beaver Twp. man

The lawyer for Christopher Aczel wants his client's bond to be reduced. YOUNGSTOWN -- Trial is set


MERCER CO. Copy machine leasing discussed

Commissioners discussed what to do with the former county jail. By MARY GRZEBIENIAK VINDICATOR


Senior quarterback's patience is rewarded

He first played wide receiver, flanker, running back and slotback. KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS


SCHOOLS Officials reach consensus on site for new facility

The new building would enhance the Williard Avenue neighborhood, the mayor says. By PETER H.


October wedding for Miss Giuliani, Mr. Richardson

XPlans for the autumn wedding of Mia Giuliani and Joshua Richardson, both of 4637 Woodhurst Drive,


Sexy star of FX fire drama likes to keep things hot

Callie Thorne has proved to be quite versatile. NEW YORK DAILY NEWS NEW YORK -- Even Callie


Simple changes help motorists to conserve fuel

Avoiding gas stations near freeways and keeping tires inflated can help cut costs. LOS ANGELES


LAWRENCE COUNTY Commissioners designate Adamo as county warden

Adamo has been a deputy sheriff for the county for four years. By VIRGINIA ROSS VINDICATOR


Actress on fire

Actress on fire k CALLIE THORNE mixes sex appeal, emotional trauma and humor in her starring role


Teacher questions Creatore's role in insurance consortium

The consortium of schools had been self-insured. AUSTINTOWN -- An Austintown Fitch High School


Kids' cellphones: What next?

Opinion: Christian Science Monitor: One Boston television station begins every late-night newscast with the


Man assaulted, his wallet and car stolen

YOUNGSTOWN -- A Hubbard man who had gone to visit a friend Monday afternoon on Woodcrest Avenue on


Vliek-Chumita wedding to be at university chapel

XBOARDMAN -- Daniel A. and Joann M. Chumita, 2325 Hunter's Ridge, are announcing the engagement of


Commissioners consider levy for library

The library board would consider building a larger new branch in Cortland. WARREN -- Trumbull


TRUMBULL COUNTY Rescue training to begin shortly

Equipment is now being delivered, inventoried and assembled. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


School board OKs changes in busing

The initial pickup point for children riding buses had been the high school. AUSTINTOWN -- The


Caregivers group to hold discussion

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Grandparents and Other Relatives Raising Children Support Group will have a


SHUCKING AND JIVING For pleasure, corn exacts a little pain

Corn makes you pay upfront. The hardest part is the first step, removing the husk. After that, the


Today is Wednesday, Aug. 17, the 229th day of 2005. There are 136 days left in the year. On this

Opinion: Today is Wednesday, Aug. 17, the 229th day of 2005. There are 136 days left in the year. On this


BIRTHS

BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Health Center Trent and Katherine Daily, 3437 Glenmere Drive, Youngstown,


Men charged in homicide

Men charged in homicide YOUNGSTOWN -- One of two men charged in a May 7 homicide will stand trial


Potato protocol prevents putridness

Dear Heloise: It seems that no matter what I do, I can't use the potatoes I buy before they start


Danielle Dunn, Douglas Blue to wed in October

XPOLAND -- Jamie and Yvonne Dunn, 8340 Morningside Drive, are announcing the engagement and coming


MAHONING COUNTY Commissioners' meeting

Commissioners also handled these matters Tuesday: Awarded Milton Township water improvement


IF YOU GO

IF YOU GO Who: Brain Surgeons When: Aug. 18 Where: Nyabinghi, 1229 Salt Springs Road,


Wedding plans set for Michele Aey and Mark Shane

XPOLAND -- Gerald and Nancy Aey, 695 E. Western Reserve Road, are announcing the engagement of their


NONFACULTY SALARIES

NONFACULTY SALARIES Youngstown State YSU officials say members of the striking Association of


Chefs' Secrets to fill the mind, stomach

Participants will be taught how to prepare several selected courses. YOUNGSTOWN -- Food, fun and


ROCK MUSIC Former BOC drummer still doesn't fear reaper

Alan Bouchard's Brain Surgeons will operate at Youngstown's Nyabinghi Thursday. By JOHN BENSON


Scrappers' bad start ends in a 5-2 defeat

The five-game series ends tonight. JAMESTOWN, N.Y. -- Mahoning Valley starting pitcher Scott Lewis


HEARTHQUAKE HITS JAPAN

hEarthquake hits Japan SENDAI, Japan -- The earthquake was powerful enough to sway skyscrapers 185


Hold on: Bonds could return to S.F. in September

KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS CINCINNATI -- Shifting into an upbeat mode, Barry Bonds expressed


Fruity drinks offer plenty of pleasure

Let your imagination run a little wild to create some flavorful, fun concoctions. FOOD NETWORK


Growing killings linked to jail issue

A byproduct of a gun reduction program was a full jail, a police lieutenant said. YOUNGSTOWN --


REGION

REGION Meridian Services selects four new board members YOUNGSTOWN -- Meridian Services Inc. has


Decision to come on hiring new chief

WARREN -- Trumbull County commissioners will consider today whether to begin the process to hire a


CORTLAND City council approves motion on water usage

Cortland lawmakers put a stop to unmetered water use. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


Orphanages aren't the dungeons of lore

Opinion: By MARTHA RANDOLPH CARR LONG ISLAND NEWSDAY Jamie Foxx, Oprah Winfrey, Maya Angelou, Angelina


Policy lets students play multiple sports

Students must declare a primary and secondary sport. By VIRGINIA ROSS VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT


Transportation department begins to address Route 224 traffic issues

A Web site has been established to keep the public updated on study progress. By DENISE DICK


JUVENILE JUSTICE CENTER Commissioners ask for restored phone services

Commissioners pointed out to the judge that they are the contracting authority. By ROGER G. SMITH


Report cards bring mixed results

Struthers, Salem, Lisbon and Weathersfield were among local districts to show improvement. By


Pavlik gets primed to return to ring

Bouts are planned for next week and October. YOUNGSTOWN -- There's one thing about middleweight


LEFTY'S NEW REP

Lefty's new rep Among his peers, the perception of Phil Mickelson as a major force changed


INSIDE

Inside *Kris Benson recovered from a shaky start and hit a two-run single against his former team,


Publisher Johnson ignored in death

Opinion: A giant in American journalism, a recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom and many other


Army has a weird sense of fair play

Opinion: WASHINGTON -- Who says the Army plays favorites when it comes to rank -- that field latrines are


Mayor vows safety won't be compromised

The law director said the investigation should be completed quickly. JOHN W. GOODWIN JR.


Getting saucy with the kernels

WASHINGTON POST The key to these sauces is the melted butter. It needs to be hot to coax the herbs


JOB & amp; FAMILY SERVICES/CSEA Bidders get last chance to propose new sites

By ED RUNYAN VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF WARREN -- Trumbull County commissioners will give bidders


A summary of recent criminal activity in Poland and Boardman:

A summary of recent criminal activity in Poland and Boardman: POLAND Aug. 11 Arrest: Police


Two men stealing beer assault employee

AUSTINTOWN -- An employee of Superior Beverage was assaulted during a theft Tuesday in the parking


Gaza becomes a de facto state in dire need of aid

Opinion: Just as only Richard Nixon could have gone to China, only Arial Sharon could have ceded Gaza to the


Online lessons on unprotected sex

Opinion: By ANDREW J. McCLURG WASHINGTON POST Kiss-and-tell is as old as love itself. Fortunately, most


Danielle A. Russell of Boardman attended Youngstown State University. In her engagement announcement

Danielle A. Russell of Boardman attended Youngstown State University. In her engagement announcement


Police investigate cause of Pa. fire death

GREENVILLE, Pa. -- Sheakleyville Fire Department officials are investigating the cause of a fire


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Preschools host open house tours this week

BOARDMAN -- Lads 'n' Lasses Academy and Wee Care Day Care and Learning Centre will host open houses


THURSDAY

THURSDAY XCroatian Home of St. George Lodge 66 will hold a pasta dinner from 4:30 to 8 p.m. at the


*MICHAEL ROBINSON KNOWS HE'S NOT EXACTLY THE PEOPLES' CHOICE AS PENN STATE QUARTERBACK.

*Michael Robinson knows he's not exactly the peoples' choice as Penn State quarterback. *With one


BOARDMAN Township zoning ordinance prohibits displaying temporary, portable signs

It's an issue of sign pollution and sight obstruction, the inspectors said. By DENISE DICK


Sally Leaguers delight the fans

Opinion: CHARLESTON, S.C. -- Realism is overrated. Putting it aside makes possible some sweet things, such as


COURTS

COURTS MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses David A. Fox, 37, of 5796 Villa Marie Road,