Vindy.com for June 7, 2005

Jump to: » Stories 

« News / 2005 / June / 7

Stories published June 7, 2005

Older but trendy adapt styles for their own

Don't dismiss a style completely; keep parts best suited for your shape. KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS


WINNING NUMBERS | June 4-10

OHIO Friday 6/10 Night drawings: Pick 3, Pick 4, Rolling Cash 5, Mega Millions, Mega Ball,


Zoning panel to consider request for villa project

The plan is for 23 paired and nine single-family villas within the development. By DENISE DICK


Mink's Grabman hits game-winner

Astro Falcons and Rondinelli each improved to 6-1. STRUTHERS -- Brett Grabman's bases-loaded


Steps forward in Mideast

Opinion: Los Angeles Times: The "two steps forward and one step back" peace process between Israel and the


Some tips to make life on the road a breeze

Dear Readers: With summer vacations beginning, I thought this would be a good time to share all


Grove City one-and-done with 5-2 loss to Peters Twp.

The Eagles had the bases loaded in the fifth but did not score. SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. --


Today is Tuesday, June 7, the 158th day of 2005. There are 207 days left in the year. On his date in

Opinion: Today is Tuesday, June 7, the 158th day of 2005. There are 207 days left in the year. On his date in


Brother faces murder charge

LISBON -- The brother of 48-year-old Kathryn L. Anderson has been charged with shooting her to


& lt;B & gt;ACZEL, & lt;/B & gt;Irene, 93, of Columbiana; calling

& lt;B & gt;ACZEL, & lt;/B & gt;Irene, 93, of Columbiana; calling hours Wednesday


Helping hands from Fitch High

Helping hands from Fitch High kSTUDENTS and staff from Fitch High School pitched in to build a


U.S. proposal: Great idea, bad strategy

Opinion: A proposal by the United States to have the 34-country Organization of American States create a


Germany's death penalty stance is paradoxical

Opinion: By CHARLES LANE WASHINGTON POST WASHINGTON -- In the debate between Europe and the United States


Council borrows $5.1M for projects

The mayor says residents will soon have an improved city. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


local

LOCAL Applications accepted YOUNGSTOWN -- The Sheet Metal Workers Local 33 Joint Apprenticeship


Council president candidate's status should be clarified

Opinion: Veteran Youngstown lawmaker Charles Sammarone, currently the city's water commissioner and the


NEOUCOM gets $830K from state

COLUMBUS -- The Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine's planned renovation to two major


Guidelines for cabaret developing

Two public hearings will be held on the proposed policy. BROOKFIELD -- Brookfield Township


The following people have been indicted by the Trumbull County grand jury.

The following people have been indicted by the Trumbull County grand jury. Joseph Headley, 41,


NORTHFIELD RESULTS MONDAY

NORTHFIELD RESULTS MONDAY 1st-Sugar Free(J Wengerd)12.808.805.80 Tad Bit More(G


Women urged to join art show

Food and refreshments will also be available throughout the day. WARREN -- A black wrought iron


XThe 83rd annual Isaac Anderson and Lydia Warner reunion will be held June 25 at the Grove City

XThe 83rd annual Isaac Anderson and Lydia Warner reunion will be held June 25 at the Grove City


"Just as insects are attracted to weakened trees in a drought, they can also sense through heat and

Opinion: "Just as insects are attracted to weakened trees in a drought, they can also sense through heat and


YSU

YSU Softball YOUNGSTOWN -- Senior Tiffany Patteson was named to the Canadian National Team for


Possible plea agreement in the works

A Trumbull County grand jury also indicted the lawyer on additional charges. By PEGGY SINKOVICH


Deliberations start in murder trial of 2

An FBI informant completed his testimony. YOUNGSTOWN -- Jury deliberations are scheduled to begin


What about desecration of other holy objects and sites?

Opinion: What about desecration of other holy objects and sites? EDITOR: Last month, Newsweek published a


ON AREA DIAMONDS \ Youth baseball and softball

BASEBALL Tri-T Colt (ages 15-17) Columbiana DeChellis Dental 11, Austintown Greenwood Chevrolet 1


Cause of dialysis infections identified

By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER BOARDMAN -- The township branch of Physicians Dialysis


Largest class in decade graduates

The number of graduates has grown by 11 percent in the last five years. YOUNGSTOWN -- Youngstown


JACKSON TRIAL Tension mounts while crowd waits for a verdict

The jury sent a question to the judge Monday morning. LOS ANGELES TIMES SANTA MARIA, Calif. --


Council members meet with state representatives regarding Lowery Dam

The dam hasn't been upgraded or repaired since 1960. By ERIC GROSSO VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT


'Madagascar' and 'Yard' bump off 'Star Wars'

Even with rave reviews, 'Cinderella Man' was fourth. By DANIEL FIENBERG ZAP2IT.COM LOS


State renews leases with Yo. Central Area Community Improvement Corp.

COLUMBUS -- The state has approved the lease renewals of two state agencies for office space in


Forum Health Women and Infants Pavilion

Forum Health Women and Infants Pavilion Renee and John Zuzan, Poland, boy, June 6. Kelly and


Legislation laments landfill location

WARREN -- Legislation coming before city council Wednesday would amend Warren's zoning code to


Honor killings in Iraq on rise

Opinion: By ZIYAD KHAL af al-AJELY INSTITUTE FOR WAR & amp; PEACE REPORTING BAGHDAD, Iraq -- Faeq


Meeting set on YSU campus for local Weed and Seed funds

YOUNGSTOWN -- In preparation for applying for a federal Weed and Seed Project grant, Youngstown


SOAR shares portion of grant

Key data on military bases haven't been released. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR POLITICS WRITER


Campbell man faces charges

Police found a handgun near the railroad tracks. STRUTHERS -- A Campbell man is under police watch


Agenda Wednesday

Agenda Wednesday Springfield Township Trustees, 7 p.m., Springfield Township Administration


NASCAR NEXTEL CUP

NASCAR NEXTEL CUP Leaders Through June 5 Points 1, Jimmie Johnson, 1912. 2, Greg Biffle,


This year, big bags are back

BALTIMORE SUN In the world of fashion, "trendy" is sometimes seen as a bad word. But trendy


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Larry A. Lawrence, 48, of 293 Granger, North Lima, and Karen


State highway patrol commissions troopers

COLUMBUS -- The Ohio State Highway Patrol commissioned 38 new troopers Friday during a ceremony at


Weathersfield Twp. tests emergency plan

An emergency plan was set up for the schools after the Columbine shootings. MINERAL RIDGE -- An


A summary of recent criminal activities in Canfield City and Austintown Township:

A summary of recent criminal activities in Canfield City and Austintown Township: CANFIELD May


MONDAY'S DRAWINGS

OHIO Night drawings: Pick 3, 5-1-7 Pick 4, 3-8-8-0 Rolling Cash 5: 9-13-24-32-33 Day


Boy, 5, in fair condition after lighter accident

A lighter was used to ignite the child's shirt. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME REPORTER


Dave Holmes firing on all cylinders

Holmes will host new CBS show 'Fire Me Please!' starting tonight. NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Dave


State Route 45 detour raises safety concerns

Residents request a different detour route. By MARY POFF VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT CHAMPION --


CLASS B LINESCORES LIVI STEEL 17, ROTH BROTHERS 1

CLASS B LINESCORES LIVI STEEL 17, ROTH BROTHERS 1 Livi104138--17161 Roth010000--143 Ryan


Sharpsville drops Seton LaSalle, 14-4

Shawn Valenly led the Blue Devils to victory in the Class AA opener. SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. --


U.S. must not ignore warning signs

Opinion: By WAYNE WHITE KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE It pains me greatly to see how easily the administration


Former Niles schools chief pursues same post in Warren

The school board members will work up a new list of interviewees. WARREN -- Sixteen people applied


Diabetes patient flies high with Hercules

Diabetes patient flies high with Hercules VIENNA -- Fourteen-year-old Joshua Day will become a