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Celtics 119, Magic 101 BOSTON -- Tony Allen led Boston's backups on a 14-point run early in the

Rematch poses tough test

The Jets held Ben Roethlisberger to his worst game -- statistically -- this season. PITTSBURGH

Deputies will return to patrols

CANFIELD -- Deputy sheriffs should be back on the beat today in Canfield Township after the township

Constitution recognizes that religion is a private matter

Opinion: Constitution recognizes that religion is a private matter EDITOR: The Jan. 4 letter to the

Deputies considered to fill void for YMHA

There are not enough city police officers to patrol 11 housing properties. YOUNGSTOWN -- Mahoning

$3 million in surplus on agenda

The school district and state trimmed one building from the construction plan. WARREN -- Warren

Browns continue coach search

Interim coach Terry Robiskie was interviewed Monday. CLEVELAND (AP) -- The Browns took a look at

Ukraine plans to withdraw its troops

Baghdad's deputy police chief and his son were assassinated. WASHINGTON POST BAGHDAD, Iraq --

Kicking the victims

Opinion: Washington Post: After some initial hesitation, the Bush administration has responded to the tsunami

CBS to 4 '60 Minutes' execs: 'You're fired'

CBS to 4 '60 Minutes' execs: 'You're fired' k CBS ISSUED a damning review Monday of mistakes from


Agenda Wednesday Canfield Board of Education reorganizational meeting, 6 p.m., board meeting

Both vulnerable. North deals.

Both vulnerable. North deals. NORTH x K Q 6 3 u 6 v K Q J 8 2 w 10 9 3 WEST EAST x 5 4

Is coarseness of our culture increasing?

Opinion: By RICHARD WALTER BALTIMORE SUN We romanticize and idealize the 1950s. How else to treat that

New drug discount plan goes into effect

Some pharmacists worry that the program will make more work for them. COLUMBUS -- Gov. Bob Taft is

Eagles glide past Wilson; Lowellville perfect 10-0

Salem also improved to 10-0 with a win over Struthers. YOUNGSTOWN -- Kara Cooper tossed in 18

Background checks and hiring of treasurer OK'd in Hubbard

HUBBARD -- Hiring a new treasurer and requiring criminal background checks for new employees were

Appleby unfazed by pressure of Big Three

The Aussie's win proved the Tour consists of more than just Singh, Woods and Els. KAPALUA, Hawaii

Footwear has toehold on latest craze

The inexpensive moccasins are breaking sales records, with no signs of slowing. SCRIPPS HOWARD

New plan drawing praise from NCAA

OSU's football and basketball programs are currently being investigated. COLUMBUS (AP) -- Ohio

Polivka named board chairman

WARREN -- Trumbull County commissioners have elected Commissioner Daniel E. Polivka as board

Today is Tuesday, Jan. 11, the 11th day of 2005. There are 354 days left in the year. On this date in 1805, the Michigan Territory is created by an act of Congress.

Opinion: Today is Tuesday, Jan. 11, the 11th day of 2005. There are 354 days left in the year. On this date

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OHIO NIGHT DRAWINGS: Pick 3, 6-5-1 Pick 4, 4-9-1-6 . Rolling Cash 5: 3-10-21-23-32

Pick: ride the Bus or roll with Duce

PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Bill Cowher needs only look to the New York Jets' sideline to understand how

Several commended for teaching work

A Frank Ohl music instructor received a $2,000 grant. AUSTINTOWN -- The township board of

Boardman panel starts year off in familiar fashion: with tension

Kathy Miller was unsuccessful in her attempt to become vice chairman. BOARDMAN -- Reorganization

First lady's inaugural wardrobe sewn up

The list of designers responsible for her fashions includes a lesser-known personal favorite.

Champion holds on in overtime

Jessica Wood scored 27 points to lead the Golden Flashes. CHAMPION -- Champion High kept pace with

"We, the Palestinians, are drawing our future with our own hands. We will be the symbol of democracy and freedom."

Opinion: "We, the Palestinians, are drawing our future with our own hands. We will be the symbol of democracy

Boeheim in a league of his own

Syracuse's Jim Boeheim became the first coach with 300 Big East wins Monday. ASSOCIATED PRESS

All credit cards should be signed

Dear Heloise: In regard to the recent credit-card hints, you forgot this one: Sign the card across

SUPCO in the balance

Opinion: WASHINGTON -- Will the new year give us a new Supreme Court justice? Or two, maybe three?

Ritchie returns with minor league contract

PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Right-hander Todd Ritchie returned to the Pittsburgh Pirates on Monday, agreeing

'Polar' flick exceeds makers' expectations

'Polar Express' surprised the industry. By R. KINSEY LOWE LOS ANGELES TIMES HOLLYWOOD -- As

49ers to interview coordinators

Mike Heimerdinger of the Titans and the Giants' Tim Lewis are scheduled. SAN FRANCISCO (AP) --

There may be a good reason for her behavior

Dear Annie: I'm a 12-year-old girl attending a local middle school. I enjoy eating lunch with my

Police chief sends word from Kosovo

Trustee Lisa Oles was left out as her two colleagues switched positions. AUSTINTOWN -- There was

Reading center move is delayed

Officials said the village will seek bids to repave several streets. NEW MIDDLETOWN -- Moving of

Health problems continue for Wagner; Jackson out indefinitely

CLEVELAND (AP) -- Cavaliers guard Dajuan Wagner is in the hospital after missing the last two games

Hubbard woman gets taken by phone scam

Sometimes the 'free' gift offered can turn out to be pricey. HUBBARD -- Paula Robinson knows she's

Urban sprawl talks end

Ohio lawmakers failed to produce a report on recommendations to slow rapid growth. CLEVELAND (AP)

MVP award an easy choice

Peyton Manning was named NFL MVP for the second straight season. INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- When Peyton

Has a new era dawned in the General Assembly?

Opinion: If we heard it once, we heard it a dozen times during last year's election: Democrats in the Ohio

County fiscal officer predicts grim budget outlook for year

The county will have available about $20 million less than what it spent in 2004. YOUNGSTOWN --

BUNDLE UP Cold front moving in

That chill the New York Jets feel Saturday in Pittsburgh won't be coming just from the Steelers'

Inaugural is too gaudy for the times

Opinion: WASHINGTON -- Somehow it just seems a bad time to be spending $40 million on an inauguration -- not

U.S., Israel must back Palestinian president

Opinion: RAMALLAH, West Bank -- The election of a new Palestinian president presents a sharp contrast to the


Cars broken into on school lot CANFIELD -- Four Canfield High School students had their cars


GIRLS BASKETBALL MONDAY'S SCORES AREA Youngstown Christian 71, Wilson 40 St. Thomas 53, Mooney

Silk charmeuse doesn't suit all sewing projects

Soft and drapey, silk charmeuse is ideal for an elegant blouse or a luxurious lining. It's not what

Spadafora to receive probation for plea

He is awaiting sentencing on charges that could mean 17 years in jail. MERCER, Pa. (AP) -- Former