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TOWNSHIP GOVERNMENT Trustees pave way for Canfield park

The trustee chairman says the township will try again for a $250,000 grant. By DENISE DICK


University celebrates doctorate anniversary

The doctor of education was first awarded to two women in 1995. YOUNGSTOWN -- Youngstown State


Summary of recent criminal activity in Canfield City and Austintown Township:

Summary of recent criminal activity in Canfield City and Austintown Township: CANFIELD May 24


MAHONING COUNTY Prosecution rests its case in local slaying trial

The trial is expected to go to the jury by Thursday. YOUNGSTOWN -- The prosecution wrapped up its


Flank steak works well with spiced-up cuisine

By ROBIN MATHER JENKINS CHICAGO TRIBUNE As spring matures, I seek the jubilant flavors and


COUNTY FINANCES Officials OK debt plan for $7.34M

Commissioners OK'd agreements for $2.3 million in community-based corrections grants. YOUNGSTOWN


Citizens to green up Youngstown's urban center

YOUNGSTOWN -- About 200 to 250 volunteers will work to beautify the city's downtown from 8 a.m. to


AUBURN HILLS, Mich. (AP) -- Larry Brown's uncertain future was not a distraction to the Detroit

AUBURN HILLS, Mich. (AP) -- Larry Brown's uncertain future was not a distraction to the Detroit


HOLLY GLAZER JASON SCHAFER

HOLLY GLAZER JASON SCHAFER XTALLMADGE -- Marriage vows were exchanged April 29 in Tallmadge United


HELOISE Delicious dining can be less effort

Dear Heloise: My family has always been fond of eggplant Parmesan, but I never enjoyed preparing it


Spelling bee a trial of skill, perseverance

The discombobulating occurrence can befuddle and bollix one's cognizance. STAFF/WIRE REPORTS


Benefits for vets differ greatly

Veterans in Ohio and Pennsylvania are near the bottom of the report. KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS


PREP PREVIEW \ State softball

Where: All state softball games are played at Ashland's Brookside Park. To get there, follow I-76


EAST SIDE Holiday weekend yields several arrests

YOUNGSTOWN -- Arrests from a saturation patrol over the holiday weekend on the East Side turned up


"Two terrorist regimes are gone forever, freedom is on the march and America is more secure."

Opinion: "Two terrorist regimes are gone forever, freedom is on the march and America is more secure."


Vote due on SteelHounds' float loan

This is believed to be the first no-interest loan to a CHL team. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR


LOCAL

LOCAL Program will teach process of developing products YOUNGSTOWN -- The Regional Chamber,


MARYBETH MCCLINTOCK WARREN B. GIBSON

MARYBETH MCCLINTOCK WARREN B. GIBSON XLIBERTY -- Jesus is the Way Ministry was the setting April


Today is Wednesday, June 1, the 152nd day of 2005. There are 213 days left in the year. On this date

Opinion: Today is Wednesday, June 1, the 152nd day of 2005. There are 213 days left in the year. On this date


LAWRENCE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Officials reluctantly hire consultant

By VIRGINIA ROSS VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Lawrence County commissioners hired


Poise, pitching help key state run

LaBrae and Maplewood have each shown an ability to win low-scoring games. VINDICATOR STAFF REPORT


GIRARD Melfi: Police layoffs possible

The city needs a plan in place that shows when the city can get out of fiscal emergency. By PEGGY


Don't cry for detainees at Guantanamo

Opinion: By DEROY MURDOCK SCRIPPS HOWARD NEWS SERVICE NEW YORK -- While Newsweek has retracted its deadly


KIMBERLY LEWIS KEITH SPERLING

KIMBERLY LEWIS KEITH SPERLING XYOUNGSTOWN -- Wedding vows were exchanged April 30 in Christ Church


& lt;B & gt;AUGUSTEIN, & lt;/B & gt; Shirley Ann, 68, of Alliance;

& lt;B & gt;AUGUSTEIN, & lt;/B & gt; Shirley Ann, 68, of Alliance; no calling hours;


ON AREA DIAMONDS \ Youth baseball & amp; softball

BASEBALL TRI T COLT (15-16) Austintown Sweeney Chevrolet 14, Struthers Davidson Becker 4 --


SANDLOTS

SANDLOTS TRI T PONY LEAGUE Standings Mahoning North Division Poland Kiwanis12-1 Poland


Break-in and robbery atJay's Hot Dogs

Break-in and robbery atJay's Hot Dogs AUSTINTOWN -- Someone broke into a Mahoning Avenue hot dog


Gonzalez activated, then is hurt again

He will probably return to Cleveland for an examination. MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Juan Gone came and


Frist gives a bumbling performance

Opinion: Washington -- If Bill Frist's performance as Senate majority leader the last few weeks is any


The great Web hunters

Opinion: The (Toledo) Blade: It's a truism that politics makes strange bedfellows, but the Humane Society of


MOUNTAINEER RESULTS

MOUNTAINEER RESULTS TUESDAY 1st--Flying Fire (Barria)9.004.003.60 Geri Gold (Andrews)6.406.00


JILL DEMAIN JOSEPH COLE III

JILL DEMAIN JOSEPH COLE III XYOUNGSTOWN -- Making their home at 125 Creston Drive, Boardman, after


VOLLEYBALL

VOLLEYBALL CLUB TOURNAMENT COLUMBUS RESULTS 15 Open Mizuno Elite -- finished fifth in the


There's hope for African nations

Opinion: NAIROBI, Kenya -- All right, ladies and gentlemen, which one shall it be? Is the vast continent of


War wounded should be honored

Opinion: By JOHN WHEELER WASHINGTON POST We should recognize and honor all sacrifices for America.


OHIO

OHIO Multi-State Mega Millions: 5-13-22-37-38 Mega Ball: 11 Night drawings: Pick 3, 4-8-5 Pick


& lt;B & gt;ANZELMO, & lt;/B & gt;Phyllis C., of Girard; calling

& lt;B & gt;ANZELMO, & lt;/B & gt;Phyllis C., of Girard; calling hours Friday from


Heart-healthier dark chocolate gains shelf space in stores.

Heart-healthier dark chocolate gains shelf space in stores. By EDWARD M. EVELD KNIGHT RIDDER


Propane explosion sends woman to hospital

Four township fire departments were on the scene. WARREN -- A house fire and explosion in Warren


State grants new deadline

Companies now have until Nov. 1 to get their equipment certified by the state. By DAVID SKOLNICK


South Avenue property zone change proposed

BOARDMAN -- The township's zoning commission will conduct a hearing at 6 p.m. today on a request to


Stuffing makes this simple dinner special

By TANYA FRITZ CHICAGO TRIBUNE Stuffed chicken breasts are surprisingly fast and always a hit


Movie illuminates real prejudices

'Crash' shows Los Angeles as a racially mixed city about to explode. By JACK MATHEWS NEW YORK


Bud's/DiCioccio wins two in Class AA League

YOUNGSTOWN -- Anthony Albanese (1-0) worked five innings, allowed only three hits and struck out


'Starting Over' provides the reality shows truly require

Not a superficial quick fix, the show follows women through weeks of turmoil. By RENE LYNCH LOS


It's a voyage of discovery when you ad fish to your diet.

It's a voyage of discovery when you ad fish to your diet. By KAREN MATTHEWS ASSOCIATED PRESS


YSU

YSU Women's basketball YOUNGSTOWN -- Spots for the women's basketball individual camps are still


Anything is possible when it comes to storm season

One scientist predicts more storms this season, another says because of May's rain, expect fewer


FOOD SALES AND DINNERS

TODAY XFraternal Order of Eagles 3298, 1655 Raccoon Road, Austintown, will serve dinners from 4 to


HOW HE SEES IT Independent counsel should probe torture

Opinion: By ANTHONY D. ROMERO AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION The White House's call on Newsweek to help


Recalling bad falls, close calls

Every season has its good moments -- and its embarrassing ones. By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR SPORTS