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Schilling loses in relief to Yanks

The Red Sox star gave up a two-run homer to Alex Rodriguez in the ninth. BOSTON (AP) -- There was


LEADERBOARD

LEADERBOARD British Open LEADER Tiger Woods32-3466 FOLLOWERS Mark Hensby34-3367 Retief


LEADERS

LEADERS AMERICAN LEAGUE GABRHPct. BRoberts Bal8031356108.345 Damon Bos8235266120.341


Youngstown woman installed as state president in Cincinnati

CINCINNATI -- Donna Russo of Youngstown was elected and installed as president of the State of Ohio


Failed shuttle sensor still mystery to NASA officials

Engineers hope to have the problem solved soon to make the July 31 deadline. LOS ANGELES TIMES


WOODLAND PLACE Court reverses decision against loan

The county controller says the nursing home may not even need the loan now. MERCER, Pa. -- The


INDICTMENTS A grand jury indicted these people Thursday:

Robert P. Pass, 19, addresses on Omar Drive, Struthers, and Southern Boulevard, Youngstown; heroin


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& lt;B & gt;ANDERSON, & lt;/B & gt;Harold Ray, 87, of Diamond; calling hours


Academy's old ways die hard

HBO leads all networks in Emmy nominations. By RICK PORTER ZAP2IT.COM "Desperate Housewives"


Mental status of killer is key to new hearing

The death row prisoner is a good talker and malingerer, the state says. WARREN -- Ohio death row


HEATHER KRYGOWSKI JOHN ROSZCZYK

HEATHER KRYGOWSKI JOHN ROSZCZYK XPOLAND -- Living in Portland, Ore., after honeymooning on the


2 permits bring $37M in construction

By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER AUSTINTOWN -- Two permits issued Thursday moved the


THE NOMINATIONS

THE NOMINATIONS Major categories Outstanding comedy series: "Arrested Development" (Fox);


Daily dose of lip gloss is finishing touch

NEW YORK (AP) -- How many women actually finish a tube of lip gloss, down to that very last glob of


Feline fever rages on

By MONICA BOND VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF BAZETTA -- Felines from all over Trumbull County lay in


Steel company selects new VP

Walsh has worked in the steel industry since 1975. WARREN -- James F. Walsh has been named vice


CHAPTER 11 Facing mounting debts of $23M, Percy Squire files for bankruptcy

By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR POLITICS WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- A Columbus attorney with strong ties


MAHONING COUNTY Man indicted on charges involving minors

The state patrol investigated after a tip from YSU police. YOUNGSTOWN -- A Mahoning County grand


CENTRAL HOCKEY LEAGUE SteelHounds sign veteran wing

Shawn Mamane is the latest addition to the Youngstown roster. YOUNGSTOWN -- The SteelHounds


European governments look to balance security, privacy

The recent bombings have heightened security throughout the EU. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR


Viagra ads are about sex, not medicine

Opinion: BOSTON -- You have to say that the drug companies asked for it. I mean really asked for it.


Chinese want wheels

Opinion: Scripps Howard: The judgmental cliche "America's love affair with the automobile" implies a national


SARAH HIMES CHRISTOPHER WEISS

SARAH HIMES CHRISTOPHER WEISS XDUBLIN, Ohio -- Marriage vows were exchanged June 11 at Indian Run


Stay safe by checking your car lights, brakes, tires

Dear Heloise: I recently moved to Arkansas and was very surprised to learn that regular auto


Boiler workers refurbishing locomotive

The locomotive moved to the Canfield Fairgrounds in 1985. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


MOSQUITO DAM Police patrol area for lewd behavior

The chief said the indecent exposure acts were taking place in the afternoon. By PEGGY SINKOVICH


Ohio Senior Olympics begin here July 29

YOUNGSTOWN -- The 2005 Ohio Senior Olympics will be in the area from July 29 through Aug. 8. The


Penn-Ohio, Champion, MTC post victories

WARREN -- With a three-run third inning, Penn-Ohio held off a late rally by Bazetta-Cortland


"The man's 63. He's going to die in jail. How much sterner could you get?"

Opinion: "The man's 63. He's going to die in jail. How much sterner could you get?" Gino Cavallo An MCI


Green Team comes up against hefty questions

A materials recovery facility is included in the county's updated solid waste plan. YOUNGSTOWN --


WHO'S WHO

WHO'S WHO 'Battlestar Galactica' COMMANDER WILLIAM ADAMA The simmering commander of Battlestar


Candy is dandy

'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' is nice enough but often feels dehumanized. By DESSON


AMERICAN LEAGUE

AMERICAN LEAGUE Royals 12, Tigers 9 DETROIT -- Matt Stairs hit two home runs, including a grand


AMY MANSFIELD NOAH SNIDERMAN

AMY MANSFIELD NOAH SNIDERMAN XYOUNGSTOWN -- The exchange of nuptial vows took place during a 4


Amid accusations, Felasco is at work

Commissioners say they can't remove an elected official. By VIRGINIA ROSS VINDICATOR


ALL EVENTS ARE AT YOUNGSTOWN STATE UNIVERSITY, UNLESS NOTED.

All events are at Youngstown State University, unless noted. July 29 Tennis and track (field


Economic growth brings deficit reduction

Opinion: By JOSH BOLTEN KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE Earlier this week, I reported to the president and Congress


Usher's summer camp helps out minority youths

Usher's summer camp helps out minority youths ATLANTA -- Usher, who began singing at age 6, has


Rail crossing to receive upgrade

WARREN -- CSX Transportation's Pine Avenue rail crossing by WCI Steel Inc. will be upgraded by this


Trustees elected at annual meeting

YOUNGSTOWN -- The 130th annual meeting of the Mahoning Valley Historical Society was held June 21,


Forum Health Women and Infants Pavilion

Forum Health Women and Infants Pavilion Sammie and Michael Snyder, 168 Homestead Drive, Boardman,


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage applications Brian Roach, legal age, Beloit, Wis, and Mary Drummond,


Today is Friday, July 15, the 196th day of 2005. There are 169 days left in the year. On this date

Opinion: Today is Friday, July 15, the 196th day of 2005. There are 169 days left in the year. On this date


Players to pay for lost year

The National Hockey League officially reached a settlement with its players on Wednesday, a


Support dwindles for terrorist action

A survey showed some support remains for using violence to defend Islam. LOS ANGELES TIMES


Judge dismisses assault charge

By KANTELE FRANKO VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- Municipal court Judge Elizabeth A.


Fight for Annie Lee fund-raiser set

CORTLAND -- The Inner Office, a medical transcription and health information management consulting


GEORGE J. TABLACK

GEORGE J. TABLACK Career highlights Significant events during George J. Tablack's tenure as


'BATTLESTAR GALACTICA' More than special effects

The remake of the 1978 series features similarities to today's political themes. By LYNN SMITH


SEMI-PRO FOOTBALL Mahoning Valley Panthers

A look at the Mahoning Valley Panthers, a semi-pro football team in the Ohio Valley Football League.


POLICE CALLS

POLICE CALLS A summary of recent criminal activity in Liberty: July 6 Burglary: A woman came


Discovery's liftoff delay raises troubling issues

Opinion: The scrubbing of the launch of space shuttle Discovery on Wednesday is disappointing, disheartening


Deaf toddler run over on birthday

The driver was not impaired and police call it an accident. WARREN -- A 3-year-old deaf girl is in


Youngstown city officials, merchants discuss issues

Business owners support the formation of a downtown merchants group. By AMBER HYLAND VINDICATOR


Public TV: Last bastion of programs with class

Opinion: WASHINGTON -- When cable TV was just entering our lives 20 or 25 years ago, a lot of Americans


Gov. Taft combats senator's requests

Dann wants to know when the governor knew about investment losses. By JEFF ORTEGA VINDICATOR


TRAVELING

TRAVELING Ohio Magic 16-younger team -- defeated the Ohio Jaguars 7-2 to win the annual College


Nashua Bridge is out for repairs

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Lawrence County officials closed the Nashua Bridge in Pulaski Township on


WAR IN IRAQ

WAR IN IRAQ U.S. forces capture suicide bomber kIRAQI AND U.S. forces captured a suicide bomber


Woman accused of hitting car

AUSTINTOWN -- A Woodhurst Drive woman faces charges of aggravated vehicular assault, accused of


Multiple charges get Sharon man 14 years

MERCER, Pa. -- A Sharon man will spend five to 14 years in prison for an episode last August that


Suspicious activity

Suspicious activity YOUNGSTOWN -- A 12-year-old West Dennick Avenue boy and his mother contacted


ATHLETIC GROUPS

ATHLETIC GROUPS XMcDonald Sideliners will meet at 7 p.m. Sunday in the high school weight room.


LOCAL STORES TO CELEBRATE LATEST 'POTTER' RELEASE

Local stores to celebrate latest 'Potter' release Two area bookstores, Barnes & amp; Noble


NEXTEL CUP

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


Vote no on Aug. school levy, Girard resident recommends

Opinion: Vote no on Aug. school levy, Girard resident recommends EDITOR: I am writing this letter about


CITY COUNCIL Hagan: Don't hire tax agency

Another mayoral candidate outlined his economic development plan. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR


Tablack resigns to fill post in Florida

The Mahoning County Democratic Party will select an interim auditor. YOUNGSTOWN -- Mahoning County