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Man found guilty for part in 2001 killing

YOUNGSTOWN -- It took a jury just under two hours to find Ceyanie D. Dubose guilty of being involved

F.N.B. reports second-quarter gain

HERMITAGE, Pa. -- F.N.B. Corp. reported second-quarter earnings of 31 cents a share Thursday, an


Inside The Vindicator's weekly look at motor sports. Page C3.

It's just bad news

The 'Bad News Bears' ruins just about everything from the original movie. By ROGER MOORE KNIGHT

Church of Christ pastor appointed police chaplain

MINERAL RIDGE -- Weathersfield Township trustees appointed the Rev. Robert A. Gleason as police

Pam Am Clipper Connection moves back start date of service

The airline shows things are ready to roll from here on Nov. 10. VIENNA -- Experiencing some


Youth programs HOWLAND -- Howland Township Summer Youth Sport and Recreation Program will offer

Organization seeks support for reform proposals

Advocates say the three measures will make the election process more fair. By JEFF ORTEGA

Finding out where a justice stands is a worthy endeavor

Opinion: President Bush has nominated a candidate for associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United

INFORMATIONAL MEETING Girard residents hear cons about landfill effort

The state is trying to establish a committee to study landfill issues. GIRARD -- More than 100

WEATHERSFIELD Ethics commission forgoes acting on trustees' allegation

The issue involved statements the trustee made about a zoning change. MINERAL RIDGE --

Summer Fun Fest

Summer Fun Fest HUBBARD -- The city's second annual Summer Fun Fest will be today, Saturday and

"We believe the best way to go through this is to do a countdown."

Opinion: "We believe the best way to go through this is to do a countdown." NASA official Bill Parsons On

BOXING Pavlik-Zuniga fight is canceled

An event participant was injured while training for her own fight. VINDICATOR STAFF/WIRE REPORTS

ALUMINUM MANUFACTURING Exal plans expansion to accommodate clients

The company is building an addition and plans to expand again later this year. By DAVID SKOLNICK

Opposition to school plan is a matter of economics

Opinion: Opposition to school plan is a matter of economics EDITOR: Since I have been confronted and

SANDLOT BASEBALL R & amp;J earns 6-1 win in NABF opener

Rondinelli Tuxedo lost its first game, 5-0. STRUTHERS -- R & amp;J Trucking broke up a 1-1 tie

AVALON SOUTH 6 years added to contract between Warren and golf course

City council never approved building a new clubhouse. WARREN -- Avalon South Management gets six

Today is Friday, July 22, the 203rd day of 2005. There are 162 days left in the year. On this date

Opinion: Today is Friday, July 22, the 203rd day of 2005. There are 162 days left in the year. On this date

Kidnapping suspect turns himself in

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- A New Castle man accused of being involved in a July 15 kidnapping turned

Ammonia's stain-fighting action in a spray

Dear Heloise: I'm writing to ask you if I can use regular ammonia in your "prewash spray" recipe.

Lions install Josie Polis as new president

YOUNGSTOWN --The first female to hold the office of president of Youngstown Lions Club was installed

Metal pioneer riffs it up for Ozzfest

The question remains -- when will the reunited Sabbath release a new album? There are only a few

Valley air reservists deployed to Iraq

VIENNA -- About two dozen men and women from the 773rd Airlift Squadron, one of the two flying

32 plaintiffs added to class-action suit

Two state agencies have been added as defendants in the suit. YOUNGSTOWN -- Thirty-two people

CRIME Deputy sheriff on leave accused of stealing steaks

Kim Marciano, a sister of Chief Robert E. Bush, pleaded innocent at arraignment. By PATRICIA MEADE

SCHOOLS Canfield agrees to hire a second softball coach

The two coaches will share duties equally under the new arrangement. By KATIE LIBECCO

County considers ways to elevate accessibility

One alternative might be having several sites for voters with disabilities. By VIRGINIA ROSS

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& lt;B & gt;COLEGROVE, & lt;/B & gt;Sabra S. III, of Poland; calling hours Sunday

TRUDY RUBIN Pullout of Gaza will only help Hamas

Opinion: Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is traveling to Israel this weekend to salvage Israel's planned

Finding support for recycling facility

The meeting will be at YSU's Kilcawley Center. YOUNGSTOWN -- Mahoning County's Materials Recovery

INTERNATIONAL AWARD Youngstown Torch Club receives recognition

The honor was received by the local club during a recent convention. XDES MOINES, Iowa -- The


Stacey Sellers, 43, Maple Street, Warren; aggravated robbery (two counts), abduction, rape and

The flip-flop flap

Opinion: Chicago Tribune: We're just guessing here, but it's not likely that President Bush was too shocked

'Idol' winner to do jingles

'Idol' winner to do jingles OKLAHOMA CITY -- "American Idol" winner Carrie Underwood k will sing

LAW ENFORCEMENT New system will connect Trumbull Co. departments

This system will allow departments in the entire region to share records. WARREN -- Nearly

Miniseries will follow life of Pope John Paul II

LOS ANGELES TIMES HOLLYWOOD -- It might not outdo "The Da Vinci Code" for sheer thrills, but CBS'

Scrappers win

Scrappers win Backed by some outstanding pitching, the Mahoning Valley Scrappers posted their

HOW HE SEES IT Uncertain future for enhanced humanity

Opinion: By JOEL GARREAU LOS ANGELES TIMES In the next few years, your child will come home from school

Teen takes a swing at acting in 'Bears'

The talented athlete took well to her first role as Amanda Whurlitzer. By SUSAN KING LOS ANGELES

MAHONING COUNTY Data board meets, hires communications official

The new telecommunications director has Valley roots. YOUNGSTOWN -- It took a while for the

NASCAR Fisher set to race on Saturday

She's racing in the NASCAR development program in California. THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER

BOARD OF CONTROL Downtown building to get a new roof soon

The city plans to spend $1.5 million over three years to improve the building. By DAVID SKOLNICK


LOCAL Development construction begins off South Raccoon CANFIELD -- Ground was broken Thursday

TRUMBULL COUNTY Contracts are awarded for new police station

The new station will offer much improvement for Hubbard police. By MONICA BOND VINDICATOR

Two store clerks charged with underage sales

Cooperating witnesses were sent to two East Side convenience stores. YOUNGSTOWN -- A drive-through

Again, it's pitching that leads to a win

All the scoring for both teams occurred in the third inning. FISHKILL, N.Y. -- Backed by some


ASSOCIATIONS XHome Cemetery Association will meet at 4 p.m. Sunday at the cemetery. In the event

Veterans memorial to honor living, too

By JOSH ECHT VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER Youngstown historian Steffon Jones received a valuable