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FOP Cop car show is official success

A feature of the car show was a vehicle touted as the 'world's fastest police car.' By SEAN BARRON


SCRAPPERS BOXES

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TRADITION Croatian picnic captures essence of heritage, church

Proceeds from the picnic will benefit church projects. VIENNA -- Anybody's welcome to the


Sharon suffers three fires over weekend

SHARON, Pa. -- Firefighters responded to three structure fires in a period of a little more than 12


PACKARD MUSIC HALL Improving picture

A breakdown of revenue at W.D. Packard Music Hall in Warren, comparing the first six months of 2005


hHurricane Emily causes many to flee to shelters

hHurricane Emily causes many to flee to shelters CANCUN, Mexico -- Holding his pillow, 7-year-old


Police arrest woman, say she left son alone

YOUNGSTOWN -- A South Side woman was arrested early Sunday after police say her 6-year-old son had


CIGARETTES New tax may help smokers kick habit

Experts say quitting requires both medical and social treatment. By KANTELE FRANKO VINDICATOR


WARREN Music hall pumps up the volume

The year's second half is usually busy with summer events and repeat users. WARREN -- W.D. Packard


CAMP Summer camp cuts loose, gets 'Wild' and crazy with readers

The program is open to children in kindergarten through fifth grade. EAST PALESTINE -- If Candy


CARL P. LEUBSDORF Confirmation battles getting nastier

Opinion: Since the Senate last confirmed a Supreme Court justice, more than half of its seats have changed


TRUDY RUBIN U.S. can't leave iffy Iraqi forces

Opinion: BAGHDAD -- You see them everywhere in the Iraqi capital -- careening down city streets in white


COURTS

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage applications Robert E. Wimer Jr., 60, of 279 Forest Ave., Lake Milton,


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GAME TIME

GAME TIME Today Who: Lowell (15-11) vs. Scrappers (13-13) When: 12:05 p.m. Where: Eastwood


HOW THEY SEE IT Rethinking the American housing dream

Opinion: By NICOLAS RETSINAS and WILLIAM APGAR THE PROVIDENCE JOURNAL CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Take this


NATURE Holes in a pole: Woodpeckers do big damage

The woodpeckers pecked 15 holes into a telephone pole. By JOSH ECHT VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


IRS 4 credit agencies have tax-exempt status revoked

Some nonprofit groups are misusing their status. WASHINGTON POST WASHINGTON -- The Internal


Rehnquist ends speculation, lessening potential for chaos

Rehnquist ends speculation, lessening potential for chaos "I want to put to rest the


HOW HE SEES IT Absence makes lawmakers grow richer

Opinion: By BRONWYN LANCE CHESTER THE VIRGINIAN-PILOT Laws, it seems, are fine for the hoi polloi. But


"Have you ever been inspired in life?"

Opinion: "Have you ever been inspired in life?" Adnan Samir, 21 Friend of Shahzad Tanweer, one of the


Free safety day in Bazetta

Free safety day in Bazetta BAZETTA -- Bazetta fire and police departments and Wal-Mart Elm Road


Spinners pound Scrappers, 14-5

Two long rain delays and a weakened bullpen led to a 14-5 defeat. NILES -- A couple of one-hour


The new program is seeking donations to fund the activities.

The new program is seeking donations to fund the activities. AMBER HYLAND VINDICATOR STAFF


YOUNGSTOWN BUSINESS INCUBATOR Technology thrives

By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- On the outside, the 97-year-old


Saddling up

Saddling up k THE HORSEN Around Camp opened last week with the hopes of boosting the confidence of


CRIME Almasy already incarcerated in West Virginia

The judge denied a request to reconsider the sentence. YOUNGSTOWN -- Sports bookmaker Kevin Almasy


The Vindicator

The Vindicator DEVELOPING TECHNOLOGY: Jim Cossler, director of the Youngstown Business Incubator,


At last, ethics panel is back in business

Opinion: At last, ethics panel is back in business The Washington Post: It took six months too long,


Today is Monday, July 18, the 199th day of 2005. There are 166 days left in the year. On this date

Opinion: Today is Monday, July 18, the 199th day of 2005. There are 166 days left in the year. On this date


EGYPT

Opinion: EGYPT The Egyptian Gazette, Cairo, July 13: An attack, apparently targeting a senior Lebanese