Vindy.com for August 24, 2005

Jump to: » Stories 

« News / 2005 / August / 24

Stories published August 24, 2005

WORKING GROUP

WORKING GROUP Mahoning County Jail Initial members of Mahoning County's Criminal Justice Working


AREA

AREA Note for coaches and statisticians Scores and reports of high school athletic events can be


Hoover-Knez engagement told, wedding planned

XAnnounced by Paul Hoover and Denise Hoover, both of Austintown, and Anthony and Ellen Knez of


NORTHEAST OHIO Residents eagerly share views at forum

The region has a population of 4 million with 1.8 million in the work force. By NANCY TULLIS


Heltzel opposes plan in Kinsman

A free treatment plant could come with a high price, the commissioner said. By ED RUNYAN


Lance denies doping

Lance denies doping Faced with yet another report that he cheated his way to a Tour de France


Almost official: Judge signs Pitt-Aniston papers

Almost official: Judge signs Pitt-Aniston papers LOS ANGELES -- A judge has signed off on the


Sunni leaders blast draft constitution

The document was written in stealth, and people should reject it, a Sunni leader said. KNIGHT


SCHOOLS Board OKs employee cuts based on audit

The superintendent says a November levy must pass to prevent more layoffs. By KANTELE FRANKO


Rising oil prices and the rule of bigness

Opinion: By JAMES K. GLASSMAN SCRIPPS HOWARD NEWS SERVICE The largest retailer in the world, Wal-Mart,


A summary of recent criminal activity in Poland and Boardman Township:

A summary of recent criminal activity in Poland and Boardman Township: POLAND Aug. 19 Forgery:


St. Elizabeth Health Center

St. Elizabeth Health Center Russell and Nancy Morrison, Canfield, boy, Aug. 22. Donnitia


Murder of Afghan women on the rise

Opinion: By SALIMA GHAFARI INSTITUTE FOR WAR & amp; PEACE REPORTING KABUL, Afghanistan -- Humaira


COURT Suspect is arraigned after 90-mph chase

The 37-year-old defendant told the judge that he has never held a job. YOUNGSTOWN -- Robbery


Three Scrappers see all-star game action

BROOKLYN, N.Y. -- Scrappers infielder Matt Fornasiere contributed an RBI double in Tuesday's New


Valley children's museum to celebrate first birthday

More than 12,000 people visited the museum last year. By KATIE LIBECCO VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


Stadium supports to get emergency shoring up

Officials plan for the bleachers to be ready for Friday. By JOHN W. GOODWIN VINDICATOR STAFF


Israeli troops prevail: Last holdouts give up

The 6,000 Israeli police and soldiers met limited resistance. LOS ANGELES TIMES SANUR, West


Arraigned in arson

Arraigned in arson YOUNGSTOWN -- Mark A. Hausch, 20, of Covington Street was arraigned Tuesday in


THURSDAY

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


Today is Wednesday, Aug. 24, the 236th day of 2005. There are 129 days left in the year. On this

Opinion: Today is Wednesday, Aug. 24, the 236th day of 2005. There are 129 days left in the year. On this


Colorado chosen for the Bauder, Calton wedding

XKelly Bauder and Bryan Calton are announcing their engagement and date for their upcoming marriage.


WARREN RECYCLING LANDFILL STUDY Hydrogen sulfide linked to irritation

A final report is expected in the next year. By PETER H. MILLIKEN VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


DAN K. THOMASSON A living argument for the death penalty

Opinion: WASHINGTON -- Just when one begins to believe the death penalty serves no useful purpose and should


Officials investigate suicide, fires at store

LEAVITTSBURG -- A suicide by a grocery store owner follows three suspicious fires at the store this


Police arrest 12 in crackdown

At least two of the juveniles had been arrested before for vandalizing churches. By BOB JACKSON


FORMER PAWNSHOP Owner withdraws request for liquor license transfer

The police chief and building official opposed the plan. By PETER H. MILLIKEN VINDICATOR


HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS AT A GLANCE

TUESDAY'S RESULTS CROSS COUNTRY SUBURBAN LEAGUE (Austintown Township Park) Boys scores:


JESSICA KACHUREK JUSTIN CONRAD

JESSICA KACHUREK JUSTIN CONRAD XYOUNGSTOWN -- The wedding of Jessica Anne Kachurek and Justin


SEXUAL PREDATOR Judge sends man who raped children to prison

The sentences are to ensure the man never leaves prison, the judge said. By ROGER G. SMITH


Trial set for 3 held in assault

YOUNGSTOWN -- Bond was continued for three men who face numerous charges in a case in which shots


Agenda Thursday

Agenda Thursday Youngstown Board of Education, 5 p.m., special board meeting regarding


Lincoln statue vandalized

hLost his head again ASHLAND, Ore. -- A statue of President Lincoln in Lithia Park has been


NUISANCE PROPERTIES Officials: Clean and secure areas

A girl suffered severe burns during a bonfire on a piece of private property. By JEANNE STARMACK


Voicing new ideas for Ohio's viability

Voicing new ideas for Ohio's viability k MAHONING VALLEY leaders were passionate and animated


Rezoning issue to come before council next month

Wick Neighbors envisions a $250 million revitalization plan for the area near YSU. By DAVID


Parents announce Cycyk-Hurdley wedding plans

XThe engagement of Jessica J. Cycyk and Justin H. Hurdley, both of 2346 W. Manor Ave., Poland, is


OHIO UNIVERSITY School gets No. 2 listing for parties

The author of the list said prospective students can use it as a research tool. STAFF/WIRE REPORTS


Leeson powers Crestview to 6-1 victory

Canfield and West Branch played a scoreless tie. HANOVERTON -- Cory Leeson scored three goals and


ENDORPHIN SYSTEM Study suggests placebos can spark brain response to pain

A natural system acts to slow transmission of pain signals among nerve cells. SCRIPPS HOWARD


RACHEL HALL EDWARD LEAMER

RACHEL HALL EDWARD LEAMER XYOUNGSTOWN -- The Rev. Dr. D. Larry Kline officiated July 23 at Trinity


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Gerard P. LaVecchia Jr., 42, of 3102 Waterville Place,


Enrollment not hurt

By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR EDUCATION WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- Strikes by both the faculty and


TAFT'S CONVICTION Dems discuss what to do next

The House Democratic leader called for a bipartisan investigation of Taft's actions. By JEFF


YSU FOOTBALL Ex-QB Marshall shows promise at tight end spot

The Penguins' former quarterback is finding a new way to help the team. By PETE MOLLICA


GINA DIMATTEO GIULIANO BATTAGLINI

GINA DIMATTEO GIULIANO BATTAGLINI XMONACA, Pa. -- Living in Unity after a honeymoon at Riviera


Televangelist: Kill president of Venezuela

He also said the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks resulted from insulting God. KNIGHT RIDDER


BABE RUTH WORLD SERIES Youngstown triumphs to earn playoff berth

The Ohio Valley regional champions will play again on Thursday. By NATE CROSSMAN SPECIAL TO THE


AP file photo, July 20

AP file photo, July 20 SETUP: Members of the Shakespeare in the Park theater company assemble the


Shawnees' greenhouse plan has the potential to take root

Editorial: A proposal by the Eastern Shawnee Indian tribe to build a massive hydroponics greenhouse complex in


JACKSON-MILTON District revisits a bond issue

The board wants to borrow $12.5 million through the sale of bonds. By SEAN BARRON VINDICATOR


Eichhorn-Pittle wedding to be Sept. 24 in Texas

XDIAMOND -- Plans for the upcoming marriage of Kristie Eichhorn and Dr. Charles Pittle, both of El


BRAIN STUDY Link between Alzheimer's, creative thought analyzed

Neuroscientists find new findings vague and inconclusive yet intriguing. WASHINGTON POST


COUNTY JAIL Group to discuss and form new plan

Talk about the role each group member's department plays is important. By ROGER G. SMITH


An irrevocable error

Opinion: Washington Post: Sixty years ago, the state of Georgia executed a woman named Lena Baker. Last week


HOW SHE SEES IT Right to privacy must be protected by courts

Opinion: By CAROL TOWARNICKY KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS Tell me again, what's wrong with "judicial


"The only way to defend our citizens where we live is to go after the terrorists where they live."

Opinion: "The only way to defend our citizens where we live is to go after the terrorists where they live."


VOICES & amp; CHOICES Some poll responses

Voices and Choices participants used electronic polling devices and laptop computers to record their


Too much 'pork' bad for the country

Opinion: By CHRIS EDWARDS CATO INSTITUTE Federal pork spending has exploded in recent years. The highway


MULTISTATE

MULTISTATE Mega Millions, 6-7-8-13-40 Mega Ball, 12 OHIO Night drawings: Pick 3, 1-5-5


TRICKY RECIPES CAN PAY OFF WITH SWEET GOODNESS.

Tricky recipes can pay off with sweet goodness. By JUDITH EVANS KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS By


REGAN ROMOSER MICHAEL WELCH

REGAN ROMOSER MICHAEL WELCH XATHENS -- Nelson Commons in Athens was the setting July 16 for the


Quite a catch: Check out 'Tuna a la Heloise'

Dear Readers: Thelma Goodnight of Silver Lake, Ind., sent in a clipping of my mother's column from


JAMA Conflict of interest possible in report on fetal sensations

One of the article's authors is the medical director of an abortion clinic. KNIGHT RIDDER