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Despite accidents, intersection is safe, officials say

By AMBER HYLAND VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER WEST MIDDLESEX, Pa. -- Despite a number of accidents and

ENVIRONMENT County uses funds to manage land and waterways

The projects are river restoration, flood mapping, rural sewers and an asbestos survey. WARREN --


WEDNESDAY, JULY 13 Noon: Junior Fair Rabbit Show with Junior Fair Cavy Noon to 5 p.m.: rides

SOCCER Beckham's luxurious life graces Chicago

His Real Madrid squad will play at Soldier Field on Saturday. CHICAGO TRIBUNE He owns an estate

Today is Wednesday, July 13, the 194th day of 2005. There are 171 days left in the year. On this

Opinion: Today is Wednesday, July 13, the 194th day of 2005. There are 171 days left in the year. On this

$222,000 embezzlement brings 2-year prison term

Moncrief pleaded guilty to the charge in May. YOUNGSTOWN -- A city woman is going to prison for

MOUNT CARMEL Festival to feature an Italian flair, fun

Saturday's activities highlight the village's faith heritage. LOWELLVILLE -- Lowellville's Italian


GETTING IT RIGHT XIn a story about Karen Clark-Green in Sunday's edition, the producers of her

AREA DIAMONDS Youth baseball

Tri-T Colt (ages 15-17) Columbiana DeChellis Dental 6, Canfield Mill Creek Homes 5 -- Columbiana

Valley events bring in record cash

The relays attracted about 50,000 participants this year. CANFIELD -- Proceeds from the American

Food service kicks off for disabled children

People under 18 and certified as disabled are eligible to receive free meals. YOUNGSTOWN -- Free

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& lt;B & gt;AMBROSE, & lt;/B & gt; Bert, 84, of North Lima; calling hours Thursday

Nicklaus hope for late farewell

He intends to hang up his competitive career this week in Great Britain. THE WASHINGTON POST ST.


LOCAL Record-breaking relay fund-raisers kAMERICAN Cancer Society's 18 Relay for Life events

Hit-and-run victim ID'd

Hit-and-run victim ID'd YOUNGSTOWN -- The victim of an apparent hit-and-run Sunday on the city's


JENNIFER NOBLES TIMOTHY MCDONOUGH XGIRARD -- Jennifer Nobles and Timothy McDonough, both of 920

Cell phone issue leads to scolding of trustees

Several criminal investigations are continuing in Springfield Township. By MARY GRZEBIENIAK

Warren girl crowned queen of county fair

The queen plans to join the Coast Guard. By MONICA BOND VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF BAZETTA --

What color is your food?

If you include a rainbow of colors in your diet, you'll get more nutrition. By ALLISON ASKINS

FUND RAISING What they made

A county-by-county breakdown of the income for the 18 relays held in the five-county area served by

FOP CONFERENCE Scheduled events

Some of the events tentatively scheduled for the 71st annual Ohio State Fraternal Order of Police

Group wants ballot issue

Some area school boards have adopted resolutions of support for the measure. By JEFF ORTEGA

Running away from Holy Rosary Mission

Opinion: When Richard "Sonny" Torres and Ray Briggs arrived at Holy Rosary Indian Mission in the fall of 1951

Supervisors decide on road crew bids

The township needs $15,000 to finish this year's paving projects. HILLSVILE, Pa. -- Two bids for

Selecting, storing, serving right way

Besides being delicious, tomatoes are good for you. By BARBARA H. DRAKE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY

Detention pond possible flood solver

The aim is to curb flooding of homes along Indian Run Creek. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR STAFF

WEST HILL Sewer work completed over budget

Additional excavation and backfill were required due to poor soils. BROOKFIELD -- Work is

JANE EISNER Ultimate weapon in face of terrorism

Opinion: When people become upset, their lips often tremble, channeling fear and emotion to a small but

FRUIT AND LIQUOR Peaches team with spirits for summertime treats

One of summer's greatest treats is the peach. With market bins bursting with this wonderful fruit,

'FANTASTIC FOUR' Actor revels in role of Dr. Doom

The movie's director hadn't seen the actor's work in 'Nip/Tuck.' By MARIA ELENA FERNANDEZ LOS

Female abductor to face 3 years in prison

YOUNGSTOWN -- A city woman is on her way to prison for committing a crime nearly three years ago.

Man gets prison time for sixth DUI

Haskins had five prior DUI offenses. YOUNGSTOWN -- Leon C. Haskins is the second Mahoning County

Mustard temperature is personal preference

Dear Heloise: Is it really necessary to refrigerate mustard once it has been opened? Please answer

FOP Conference will attract 1,000 visitors to Valley

Mahoning County beat out Dayton to host the event. BOARDMAN -- For the first time in its 71-year

HOW HE SEES IT CAFTA will facilitate race to the bottom

Opinion: By Rep. SANDER LEVIN SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON POST As the congressional debate over the Central

A summary of recent criminal activity in Boardman Township:

A summary of recent criminal activity in Boardman Township: July 6 Theft: A customer told an

"God bless London."

Opinion: "God bless London." A card Nestled among the bouquets laid outside the King's Cross Underground

For casual summer entertaining

Sauces keep your food moist over a hot grill. FAMILY FEATURES EDITORIAL SYNDICATE As lazy summer

Still a land of danger

Opinion: Los Angeles Times: The helicopter crash in Afghanistan that killed eight Navy SEALs last month was

Traffic cameras set to debut in Girard

For the first few days, those who are caught speeding will receive warnings. By PEGGY SINKOVICH

Beaver Trustees prepare to ask residents to renew expense levy

The D.A.R.E. program helps the schools pay for a resource officer. By VIRGINIA ROSS VINDICATOR

Merchants to address downtown issues

Merchants need to know parking and garbage rules, a councilman says. By DAVID SKOLNICK

HOW HE SEES IT China's trade surplus may triple this year

Opinion: By SEBASTIAN MALLABY THE WASHINGTON POST BEIJING, China -- Three members of the Bush Cabinet

EDUCATION TCTC adult project behind schedule

Groundbreaking now will occur at 10 a.m. Aug. 17. CHAMPION -- Trumbull Career and Technical Center

DAN K. THOMASSON Here's a case of positive identification

Opinion: WASHINGTON -- As a young Army draftee undergoing basic training in Missouri, the miseries of a

Display charts artist's growth

High expectations may be difficult to meet, but Homer's works excel. By PHILIP KENNICOTT