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FUND RAISING Day of Caring to mark start of United Way $3M campaign

United Way's Day of Caring kicks off the annual campaign. YOUNGSTOWN -- Nearly 400 volunteers will


Caven-Bache engagement is announced

XCANFIELD -- Charles and Susan Caven, 3869 McCarty Drive, are announcing the engagement of their


AUSTINTOWN Board to approve sale of middle school building

The school district's facilities director said there's no question about which was the better offer.


HOW HE SEES IT Fuel hardy: Gasoline is a relative bargain

Opinion: By DAVID MONTGOMERY WASHINGTON POST WASHINGTON -- Everywhere thirsty cars, appalled drivers. The


COURT Man's rape conviction carries extra penalties

Rupp told the judge he's innocent. By ROGER G. SMITH VINDICATOR COURTHOUSE REPORTER YOUNGSTOWN


Church provides supplies for pupils

Church provides supplies for pupils kVOLUNTEERS FROM Joshua's Care Depot program of the Faith


HOW HE SEES IT Americans in denial about effects of growth

Opinion: By PAUL C. CAMPOS SCRIPPS HOWARD NEWS SERVICE George Orwell once noted that people who are


YOUNGSTOWN STATE UNIVERSITY Pact awaits ratification

The settlement came less than a day after ACE members had rejected an earlier offer. By HAROLD


PREP VOLLEYBALL ROUNDUP Springfield rallies behind McKelvey for two victories

She scored 17 points in the three-game victory over East Palestine. EAST PALESTINE -- Nora


GETTING IT RIGHT

GETTING IT RIGHT U James and Diane Pitcairn of Berlin Center are the parents of Carol Ann


YSU

YSU Volleyball INDIANAPOLIS -- Junior defensive specialist Amanda Cindric (Pittsburgh, Pa.) was


Gromada-Schmutz wedding planned for late October

XBOARDMAN -- The engagement of Sharon Gromada, 6660 Bristlewood Drive, and Dr. Andrew Schmutz, 6110


ALL OF MONDAY'S MAJOR LEAGUE ACTION INSIDE ON C4

ALL OF MONDAY'S MAJOR LEAGUE ACTION INSIDE ON C4


& lt;B & gt;ADKINS, & lt;/B & gt; Jennie, 61, of Youngstown; calling

& lt;B & gt;ADKINS, & lt;/B & gt; Jennie, 61, of Youngstown; calling hours Wednesday


SUPPORT TASKS Vienna air base has new contract

The Vienna facility is one of 12 nationwide that has a subcontractor handling support tasks. By


SPRINGFIELD TWP. Sewer system delayed by road work

The goal is to do the sewer and intersection improvement jobs at the same time. By BOB JACKSON


Kristen Komara, James Van Tiem to wed Sept. 30

XCANFIELD -- Plans for the upcoming marriage of Kristen Marie Komara, 3744 N. Clifton, Chicago, and


CHERRY STREET Truck restriction set in New Castle

Signs of the new restriction are also to be posted along Pa. Routes 18 and 168. By VIRGINIA ROSS


Rap's Jay-Z explains why he took role of president

Rap's Jay-Z explains why he took role of president NEW YORK --


Today is Tuesday, Aug. 30, the 242nd day of 2005. There are 123 days left in the year. On this date

Opinion: Today is Tuesday, Aug. 30, the 242nd day of 2005. There are 123 days left in the year. On this date


HOW HE SEES IT Starting a business is a breeze in the U.S.

Opinion: By JAMES K. GLASSMAN SCRIPPS HOWARD NEWS SERVICE As much of Europe struggles with double-digit


Miss Karatinos, Mr. Sanata plan wedding in 2006

XBROOKFIELD -- The engagement of Kristen Karatinos, daughter of John and Debra Karatinos, 1504


PREP SOCCER ROUNDUP Lee paces Howland past Boardman, 2-1

He scored both goals as the Tigers handed the Spartans their first loss. HOWLAND -- Tim Lee scored


Danish police to charge man under new anti-terrorism law

WASHINGTON POST COPENHAGEN, Denmark -- Said Mansour, a slightly built man with a bushy beard,


hJury being selected for Blake's civil trial

hJury being selected for Blake's civil trial BURBANK, Calif.-- Actor Robert Blake, who was


REUNIONS

XCanfield High School Classes of 1940, 1941 and 1942 will hold a reunion at noon Sept. 17 at A La


LAWRENCE COUNTY 21-year chief clerk to retire

County commissioners didn't advertise the job opening. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR PENNSYLVANIA


De Leon's grand slam, six RBI's pace Scrappers win

Mahoning Valley defeated the Batavia Muckdogs 8-5. BATAVIA, N.Y. -- Evandy De Leon had a career


INDICTMENT Painting contractor faces bribery charges

A detention hearing is set for Wednesday in Cleveland. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME


YOUNGSTOWN POLICE New software helps predict crime locations

The system would permit police to pinpoint pockets of crime. By DAVID SKOLNICK CITY HALL


Church program delivers an education in altruism

The program's president has plans for more school supply drop-offs. By KANTELE FRANKO


Wedding planned by Rachel Noren, Thomas Tedesco

XLOWELLVILLE -- Announced by Michelina Noren, 622 Cooper Ave., is the engagement of her daughter,


MICHAEL BUDD Transfer to prison imminent

A motion for release pending appeal was denied. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME REPORTER


Pushing open government

Opinion: The (S.C.) Columbian: Similar to circuit-riding ministers of old but with a different message


Woman accused of assaulting officer

AUSTINTOWN -- A Kirk Road woman is accused of kicking a township police officer in the chest during


Summary of police activity in the city of Canfield and Austintown.

Summary of police activity in the city of Canfield and Austintown. CANFIELD Aug. 25 Property


MUNICIPAL COURT Hagan: Use $1M for jail, not for justice facility

The judges aren't interested in providing the money. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR POLITICS


TRI-CITY SPEEDWAY SUNDAY'S RESULTS

TRI-CITY SPEEDWAY SUNDAY'S RESULTS Super Sprints (20 Laps): 1. Bob Felmlee, 2. Rod George, 3.


HELOISE Donate old eyeglasses, or save for driving

Dear Heloise: Regarding your recent item on the Lions Clubs' eyeglass collecting, I would like to


HOW HE SEES IT Techno shift will reshape our landscape

Opinion: By JAMES P. PINKERTON LONG ISLAND NEWSDAY I keep a file of clippings I call "Page 34 news." That


Some details of the contracts with Association of Classified Employees and the faculty union.

Some details of the contracts with Association of Classified Employees and the faculty union. ACE


Rain from storm's remnants expected to cause flooding here

Projected rains come one year after heavy flooding in Columbiana County. By D.A. WILKINSON


PITT FOOTBALL Pittsburgh freshman quarterback has ties to Mahoning Valley

Bill Stull Jr. was born in Newton Falls and raised in Canfield and Poland. By MARKY BILLSON


PREP SPORTS AT A GLANCE

MONDAY'S RESULTS BOYS GOLF LOWELLVILLE 171, WESTERN RESERVE 193 Lowellville (7-12) -- Justin Romeo


A message to criminals from a grieving mother

Editorial: It would be easy for Darlene Edwards to barricade herself in her Youngstown home and ignore the


Agenda Wednesday

Agenda Wednesday Poland Village Finance, Wage and Insurance committee, 5:15 p.m., Poland Village


AREA LEADERS | Cross country

BOYS 1. Jake Lape (Boardman) 17:05 2. Rick Lape (Boardman) 17:08 3. Jimmy Ramson (Poland) 17:12


LAWRENCE COUNTY Treasurer ordered to answer questions

The district attorney says Felasco has forfeited his right to office. By VIRGINIA ROSS


CITY GOVERNMENT Niles officials set to discuss landfills

Niles' law banning landfills is unconstitutional, the mayor says. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR


MCDONALD SCHOOLS Officials dismiss letter

Two open forums are scheduled on the 4.9-mill permanent improvement levy. McDONALD -- McDonald


YSU Mihalik realistic about chances

Slippery Rock has lost all nine meetings with the Penguins since 1991. By PETE MOLLICA


Music-blaster in jail while dangerous criminals are free

Opinion: Music-blaster in jail while dangerous criminals are free EDITOR: After reading the story in the


BIRTHS

BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Health Center Chayne and Jacklyn Mitchell, Lake Milton, boy, Aug. 26.


The Ohio Department of Liquor Control is processing these liquor permit transfers and applications

The Ohio Department of Liquor Control is processing these liquor permit transfers and applications


1. "The 40-Year-Old Virgin," $16.4 million.

1. "The 40-Year-Old Virgin," $16.4 million. 2. "The Brothers Grimm," $15.1 million. 3. "Red


Miss Haberstroh, Mr. Hansegard to wed in 2006

XPamela and Albert Haberstroh of Southington and Mary and Roger Hansegard of Dayton, Minn., are


De Leon sparks Scrappers

De Leon sparks Scrappers Evandy De Leon had a career night for the Mahoning Valley Scrappers.


Police probe 1-car accident that killed man

GIRARD -- City police are investigating a one-car accident that killed a Warren man Sunday morning.


THISTLEDOWN RESULTS

THISTLEDOWN RESULTS MONDAY 1st--D Cheqmate (Gonzalez)8.004.603.60 Poker Mom (Urieta-Moran V.)


Protesters hound Bush

Protesters hound Bush STUMPING for his Medicare prescription drug program, the president was met


Arrested in shooting

Arrested in shooting YOUNGSTOWN -- Police arrested Lamar Bailey, 17, Monday afternoon on a murder


ON C5

ON C5 UWillie Parker prides himself on his speed, but even he didn't expect his NFL career to take


DIVISION I-A COLLEGE FOOTBALL SCHEDULES

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE BOSTON COLLEGE Sept. 3--at BYU, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 10--Army, 12:30 p.m.