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YOUNGSTOWN STATE UNIVERSITY Volunteers begin to restore forgotten bridge on the campus The Old Stone Bridge was rediscovered a couple of years ago by a jogger.


THE WB '8 Simple Rules' actress charms her way onto show

The actress plays a new witch whom the cast takes in. By DAVE MASON SCRIPPS HOWARD Kaley Cuoco

Area residents attend Kiwanis international event in Hawaii

HONOLULU -- Three Kiwanis leaders from Division 21 attended the international convention July 2-6 in

NEW YORK-PENN LEAGUE Scrappers in seventh heaven

A four-run seventh inning helped Mahoning Valley topple Auburn 5-0. VINDICATOR STAFF REPORT

Mirror made into message board

Dear Heloise: I inherited an old dresser mirror with age spots in the mirror's surface. Since it

Mercer County fights Chinese steel

The county wants federal help to prevent dumping of pipes on U.S. markets. MERCER, Pa. -- Chinese


Pretty problem So you're out on the town with your perfect new pedi and are showing off your cute

HOW HE SEES IT In the '80s, Japan was the threat; now China

Opinion: By DANIEL SNEIDER KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS The current uproar over China is a Yogi Berra moment


THURSDAY'S SCORES BRACKET 1 Pottstown Lightning 10, McLean Blaze (Va.) 1 Grand Rapids Blaze 6,

On the surface, the National Youth Sports Program sounds like a perfect bull's-eye for federal

On the surface, the National Youth Sports Program sounds like a perfect bull's-eye for federal

Burglarized Austintown woman suffers $10,214 loss

AUSTINTOWN -- An 85-year-old Penny Lane woman returned from weeding her flower bed to find two

STEELHOUNDS On the road again ... and again ... and again

Youngstown's CHL team will travel more than 26,000 miles this season. YOUNGSTOWN -- The Youngstown

CONSTRUCTION YMHA considers new housing units

By SEAN BARRON VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- Within the next few weeks, a section of

Enzyme research could point way to weight-loss tablet

KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS Everyone wants a quick fix. The very mention of a pill that helps the

Republican picnic

Republican picnic LIBERTY -- Ohio Auditor Betty Montgomery, a 2006 gubernatorial candidate, will

Son's care at group home criticized

The man's father said the home should be forced to improve its conditions. MERCER, Pa. -- A


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HOW HE SEES IT Roberts may threaten rights, Roe

Opinion: By RICHARD SCHRAGGER LOS ANGELES TIMES Democrats knew that whoever was chosen to fill Justice

STANDINGS New York-Penn League

Pinckney Division WLPct.GB Scrappers (Indians)2017.541-- Auburn (Blue Jays)1719.4722 1/2 Jamestown

Transit board approves placing 2 levies on November ballot

Ridership is up overall over the last two years, the board chairman says. YOUNGSTOWN -- The


KELLY POMPURA BRYAN PONDOFF XYOUNGSTOWN -- Youngstown Baptist Church was the setting June 25 as

MCDONALD BOE to vote on levy for new sports complex

The project's estimated cost is between $1.75 million to $2.5 million. By MARY SMITH VINDICATOR


AMANDA SOSNOSKY ADAM TREHARNE XYOUNGSTOWN-- The exchange of nuptial vows took place during a 2

Forum Health Women and Infants Pavilion

Forum Health Women and Infants Pavilion Kimberly and J.P. Walker, 5723 Yorktown Ln., Austintown,


MICHELLE WHEELER KARRAS MARSHALL XNASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Michelle Lynette Wheeler, formerly of

'AMERICAN IDOL' Abdul's conduct investigated

Fox entertainment president Peter Liguori said the show's credibility is important. By MARK

BOARDMAN Motel manager, friend arrested on drug charges

Police called the manager of the Wagon Wheel Motel's apartment a 'flop house' for smoking crack.


MAHONING COUNTY Domestic relations James R. Jr. and Guyla S. Hlinka; dissolution of marriage.

TRAFFIC Council puts brakes on red light camera legislation

Many details will be decided once a vendor is chosen, the director said. WARREN -- City council

GUN MANUFACTURERS Senate set to pass liability shield

The House has previously passed gun liability legislation, and is expected to do so again. SAN

A summary of recent police activity in Girard, Liberty and Hubbard:

A summary of recent police activity in Girard, Liberty and Hubbard: GIRARD July 24 Auto

CRIME Domestic squabble ends in fatal shooting

Another man was shot in the abdomen in an unrelated shooting. YOUNGSTOWN -- Donni L. Feagin has


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KATHRYN BONISH DANIEL HUB XPOLAND -- The exchange of nuptial vows took place during a 1 p.m.

MAHONING COUNTY | Indictments A grand jury indicted these people Thursday:

Sylvanus Wade, Willis Avenue, Youngstown; burglary. Robert A. Gorvet, Palmer Avenue, Campbell;

BROWNS New coach, same old frustration for Harris

The former Bowling Green QB is battling for a job. SCRIPPS HOWARD BEREA -- Josh Harris has

YOUTH SOFTBALL Ohio Legends win three games to stay alive in Pony World Series

LIBERTY -- The Ohio Legends, which includes eight girls from Canfield, two from East Palestine and

HOW HE SEES IT Without a watchdog, FOIA lacks teeth

Opinion: By ALASDAIR ROBERTS KNIGHT-RIDDER/TRIBUNE The Freedom of Information Act, signed into law by

New school boosts city

Opinion: New school boosts city EDITOR: I am writing to try to motivate citizens of Girard and plead to

2005-06 SCHEDULE Youngstown SteelHounds

Fri., Oct. 21--at Tulsa, 8:35 p.m. Sat., Oct. 22--at Bossier-Shreveport, 8:05 p.m. Fri., Oct. 28--at

Interim director appointed

Vross also has accounting experience in the private sector. YOUNGSTOWN -- Mahoning County's new

CRIME Man accused of raping girl

AUSTINTOWN -- A Mahoning County grand jury indicted a 20-year-old North Kimberly Avenue man on

AUSTINTOWN Kleber Avenue residents await sewer upgrades

The majority of the project's cost will be covered by a state grant. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR

TRUMBULL COUNTY Deadline nears for bike event

WARREN -- Monday is the deadline for reduced-cost registration for the World of Wildlife 2005

YOUNGSTOWN Stadium proposal delayed, not dead

Former NFL standout Michael Zordich still wants to build a multi-purpose stadium . By JOE SCALZO

WORKERS' COMPENSATION Delmont's request for disability pay denied

A state commission will decide whether Delmont will get monthly payments again. WARREN -- The Ohio

Today is Friday, July 29, the 210th day of 2005. There are 155 days left in the year. On this date

Opinion: Today is Friday, July 29, the 210th day of 2005. There are 155 days left in the year. On this date

'Bachelor' auditions

'Bachelor' auditions CLEVELAND -- ABC's reality television show "The Bachelor" will hold an open

hUp on the woof

hUp on the woof kA DOG stands on the roof of a home in Decatur, Ill., after crawling out through

TRUMBULL COUNTY 911 Report outlines center's failings

The report centered on staffing, priority of calls and funding mechanisms. WARREN --

WEIGHTLIFTING Ursuline's Bartos wins national title

The senior is drawing interest from college football recruiters. By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR SPORTS

Burke, husband to splitk

Burke, husband to splitk NEW YORK -- TV personality Brooke Burke and her husband Garth Fisher have

CONGRESS Blasdel files to run for 6th District seat

Three other Republicans are in the race. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR POLITICS WRITER Ohio

ON THE TRACKS | This weekend's events

NASCAR BUSCH SERIES Wallace Family Tribute 250 Madison, Ill. Schedule: Saturday, qualifying (Speed

Facility given tax-exempt status

Diversified Family Services Inc. plans to build a 12,000-square foot building. MERCER, Pa. --

TRUMBULL COUNTY Solutions considered for campaign finance debacle

Seminars to teach candidates about campaign finances were suggested. WARREN -- The Trumbull County


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

Clarett signs with Broncos

Clarett signs with Broncos True to his word, Maurice Clarett will be on time for training camp,