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SCHOOLS Lakeview hires principal for Cortland Elementary

A levy failed by two votes on May 3. By MARY POFF VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT CORTLAND -- The


BIRTHS

BIRTHS Forum Health Women and Infants Pavilion Julia Fleece and Barakus S. McClendon, 1537 Salt


hGuitarist urges others to join him in donating

hGuitarist urges others to join him in donating LONDON -- Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour says


TELEVISION 'Monk' can't shake fan obsession

The hit series can't stay away from its fame, beginning its fourth season. By ED BARK KNIGHT


DEVELOPMENT Regulation change paves way for housing units

The developments appeal to empty nesters, the inspector said. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR STAFF


Man gets 18 months, faces additional time

Donald Thompkins drew consecutive sentences partly because of a long juvenile record, a judge said.


HELOISE Summer money-saving heating-oil maintenance

Dear Heloise: I am a manager of a branch of a heating-oil corporation in Maine, and I have a few


Scrappers fail to hold late lead on Jammers

Jamestown rallied for a second straight win over Mahoning Valley. JAMESTOWN, N.Y. -- Greg Burns


NEXTEL CUP Schedule

NEXTEL CUP Schedule Feb. 20 -- Daytona 500, Daytona Beach, Fla. (Jeff Gordon) Feb. 27 -- Auto


PLANNING, ZONING AND BUILDING Council to review changes, accept input

One idea proposes people who do not clean up after their dogs could be fined. CORTLAND -- The city


Another way of looking at the case of missing child

Opinion: Another way of looking at the case of missing child EDITOR: This letter is in response to the


Convention speaker

Convention speaker BOARDMAN -- Thomas P. O'Neill III, the son of the late Speaker of the House


Inside

Inside *Zach Duke pitched seven shutout innings for his first major league victory and Humberto


CLASS B Livi Steel, Mink Financial grab advantage in series

Five errors proved quite costly to Astro Falcons. STRUTHERS -- Livi Steel took advantage of five


OTHER BUSINESS

OTHER BUSINESS Commissioners The county commissioners also: Heard a presentation from Falkon


LAWRENCE COUNTY Officials plan to change land rules

The public will have a chance to comment on the changes. By VIRGINIA ROSS VINDICATOR


TRUMBULL COUNTY Entertainment district to get oversight group

The city needs to have legislative help to obtain the new district. WARREN -- The downtown


Kids don't care about rock history when they're learning their ABCs.

When asking They Might Be Giants member John Flansburgh which letter he portrayed in the band's new


A terrible precedent

Opinion: San Jose Mercury News: A federal judge sent New York Times reporter Judith Miller to jail Wednesday


CLUB CALENDAR

ASSOCIATIONS XYo-Mah-O Chapter, International Association of Administrative Professionals, will


A driving force

A driving force kFORGET STUDYING history. Michelle Wie would rather make some. The 15-year-old


MAHONING COUNTY Indictments

A grand jury indicted these people Thursday: Frederick Allen Jr., 26, Bears Den Road, Youngstown;


Miserable day

Miserable day Downpours, treacherous and slick roads, buffeting winds and a nasty crash in the


Motorsports at fairgrounds

Motorsports at fairgrounds CANFIELD -- The Mahoning Valley Motorsports Spectacular will be at the


MAHONING COUNTY Mayor candidate Williams also selected for jury pool

Serving on a jury could take time away from campaigning, the candidate says. By DAVID SKOLNICK


ENVIRONMENT USDA extends deadline for Lake Milton project

The project awaits a new cost estimate from the county sanitary engineer. By KATIE LIBECCO


HOW SHE SEES IT Battered women may lose safety net

Opinion: By SARAH M. BUEL LOS ANGELES TIMES Last week, the Supreme Court ruled that police are not


POLITICS Unexpected candidate eyes 6th District seat

The man, a pastor, has never run for public office. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR POLITICS WRITER


HOW HE SEES IT Nuclear power far from being clean or green

Opinion: By PETER ASMUS WASHINGTON POST The recent call by President Bush to restart a major nuclear


"It is equally unhip, it turns out, for the politicians to be hanging out with us as it is for us to

Opinion: "It is equally unhip, it turns out, for the politicians to be hanging out with us as it is for us to


MAHONING COMMISSIONERS Chairman calls for cooperation in fighting crime

He expressed concern about recent violence. YOUNGSTOWN -- Last week's manhunt on the city's East


REDEVELOPMENT Primary site found for agencies

Four proposals for relocating the Job & amp; Family Services/Child Support Enforcement are


Teen in critical condition after shooting

YOUNGSTOWN -- A pregnant woman remains in critical condition at St. Elizabeth Health Center after


EASTERN SHAWNEES Tribe reps meet with area officials

Litigation and GOP opposition await plans for any Ohio casinos. WARREN -- Eastern Shawnee Tribe


BOARDMAN Changes in measuring streets are implemented

Restrictions that trustees voted to impose this week will remain. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR


Today is Friday, July 8, the 189th day of 2005. There are 176 days left in the year. On this date in

Opinion: Today is Friday, July 8, the 189th day of 2005. There are 176 days left in the year. On this date in


DOWNTOWN ARENA $176,742 flooring contract awarded

The Canfield company will build the flooring. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


GM Sales of Cobalt up 16% in June

Cobalt was on the top 10 list of vehicles sold in the United States in June. LORDSTOWN -- Sales of


& lt;B & gt;BAYNE, & lt;/B & gt; Sister Jane, 101, H.M., of Villa

& lt;B & gt;BAYNE, & lt;/B & gt; Sister Jane, 101, H.M., of Villa Maria, Pa.;


Trumbull Memorial to honor retirees

WARREN -- The Trumbull Memorial Hospital medical staff will honor several recently retired


OHIO REPUBLICANS Petro remains confident party can overcome crisis

The attorney general spoke at the Mahoning County GOP's first Reagan Dinner. By DAVID SKOLNICK


BOARDMAN ROTARY Outgoing president is roasted at 50th annual President's Ball

YOUNGSTOWN -- "Rotary Ignites Hope!" was the theme for Boardman Rotary president John Yerian's final


EAST SIDE VIOLENCE Detective: Grand jury needs case

There's not enough time to sort it out by Thursday, the prosecutor said. By PATRICIA MEADE


LIQUOR LICENSES

LIQUOR LICENSES The Ohio Department of Liquor Control is processing these liquor permit transfers


London terrorists remind world that it is at war

Opinion: If the London terrorist bombers thought they would score another Spain-like coup with their


COLLEGE Facebook Web site fad frenzy hits YSU

College students are networking through this nationwide fad. By KANTELE FRANKO VINDICATOR


"This is a very sad day for the British people, but we will hold true to the British way of life."

"This is a very sad day for the British people, but we will hold true to the British way of life."