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SENTENCING 2 men get life terms in slaying

The judge said someone in the affected families had to say, 'Enough is enough.' YOUNGSTOWN -- Two

ON-DEMAND MEDIA iPods killing the radio star?

Young people are turning to devices that put the control in their hands. By MARC FISHER

NASCAR Jr. seeks to end streak of struggles

A couple of good races may be all the beleagured driver needs to turn the season around.

Today is Friday, June 10, the 161st day of 2005. There are 204 days left in the year. On this date

Opinion: Today is Friday, June 10, the 161st day of 2005. There are 204 days left in the year. On this date

ICON Martin staying positive in his final race season

Regrets are not part of Martin's makeup. He simply straps himself into his Ford each week and does

AUSTINTOWN Chief transfers closer to family

By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER AUSTINTOWN -- After more than five years at the helm of

YWCA New board members named, honors given at centennial event

YOUNGSTOWN -- The YWCA of Youngstown recognized new members of its board of directors and issued

Band celebrates its new CD

The Ohio rock band is riding high with a new album and upcoming shows. YOUNGSTOWN -- Perhaps too

TIPPECANOE WOODS Developer permitted to create villa zone

The plans includes both single-family and paired villas. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER

PIAA BASEBALL PLAYOFFS Riverside ousts Sharpsville, 12-6

The Blue Devils were hurt by four errors. BUTLER -- Sharpsville High's baseball season came to an


LOTTERIES OHIO Night drawings: Pick 3, 2-3-6 Pick 4, 1-4-9-9 Rolling Cash 5, 14-19-23-25-

Tamara Meffan, fianc & eacute; planning summer wedding

XGIRARD -- The engagement of Tamara Marie Meffan and Vincent Kyle Ragozine, both of Columbus, is

TRUMBULL COUNTY Court hearing to earmark disputed tourism funds

WARREN -- A hearing in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court today aims to earmark disputed county

SOAP BOX DERBY Children build hopes for local, national races

YOUNGSTOWN -- In just over two weeks, the Soap Box Derby racers will start rolling down Fifth

The company received 50,000 orders for its new device at a trade show.

The company received 50,000 orders for its new device at a trade show. By ELISE McKEOWN SKOLNICK

& lt;B & gt;CARTER, & lt;/B & gt;Etta, of Columbus; calling hours

& lt;B & gt;CARTER, & lt;/B & gt;Etta, of Columbus; calling hours Monday from noon

Revise rules for e-waste

Opinion: San Jose Mercury News: California has blazed the trail on collecting and recycling e-waste. Maine


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LIBERTY Utility matter to appear on ballot

Residents could save 5 percent to 6 percent on some utilities. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR

MAHONING COUNTY 1-mill library levy to be on Nov. ballot

The proposed levy will keep the library at current operating standards. By JOSH ECHT VINDICATOR

YBPW installs its new slate of officers

POLAND -- Youngstown Chapter of Business and Professional Women USA installed new officers for the

iPods cause obsession, loneliness

By JASMINE JOHNSON KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS Most teenagers know the latest music craze is the

OLD TRACK Rockingham is dealing with the pain of neglect

ROCKINGHAM, N.C. (AP) -- The billboards still stand around the countryside as they have for the

GANG Trial dates set for four 'Soldiers'

Six juveniles were also charged with participating in a criminal gang. YOUNGSTOWN -- Trial dates

LAWRENCE COUNTY Prison board reviewing new warden candidates

The jail's warden resigned amid controversy in April. By VIRGINIA ROSS VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT

HUBBARD Mold and mildew become new culprits for the police

The chief says he won't go inside the building for two weeks. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR

Harmon-Garrett announce plans for July wedding

XGIRARD -- Kimberly Danielle Harmon and George Wesley Garrett Jr., both of 1732 Oak St., are

Demonstration of traffic cameras planned in Warren

WARREN -- City officials this afternoon were to get a demonstration on how many red light violators

HOW HE SEES IT Alcoholics Anonymous celebrating its 70th year

Opinion: By COURTLAND MILLOY WASHINGTON POST When Alcoholics Anonymous marks its 70th anniversary today,

Cops shoot pit bull

Cops shoot pit bull BOARDMAN -- Police shot a pit bull when it charged at an officer Wednesday


OHIO Multi-State Mega Millions: 7-14-28-46-47 Mega Ball: 25 Night drawings: Pick 3: 5-1-3

HELOISE Steamy mirror? Clear it with shaving foam

Dear Heloise: I read a hint that said burning a candle in the bathroom would prevent mirrors from

ON AREA DIAMONDS \ Youth baseball

TRI-T COLT (15-17) Columbiana DeChellis Dental 17, Niles Red 10 -- David Vitko hit a home run and

ZONING Westgate Plaza arcade is approved

The businessmen opened a video game room in Boardman last month. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR STAFF

OHIO FINANCES Valley Democrats demand equality in scandal review

They recommend an equally bi-partisan panel with subpoena power. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR

IPOD NATION Can't stop the music

By LINTON WEEKS WASHINGTON POST WASHINGTON -- Roberto Cabrera is a self-professed iPod addict.

Warren Community Amphitheater to add stage house

WARREN -- City council has given the green light for building a stage house at the Warren Community

Paper's suggested solution encourages public cynicism

Opinion: Paper's suggested solution encourages public cynicism EDITOR: The Vindicator has proposed a

Nothing but iLove for my iPod

By KAYTRYN HILL KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS Scientists say that humans only need bare necessities,

HOW HE SEES IT Blaming messenger won't build credibility

Opinion: By ROBERT SCHEER LOS ANGELES TIMES On Sunday, the Iraqi government announced that Saddam Hussein

MUSIC Boney James' new album is pure genius

James improvises enough without falling into the annoying grandstanding of Kenny G. By RASHOD D.


ASSOCIATIONS XO-My-O Chapter of American Business Women's Association will hold its monthly

Data Processing Board stands in way of savings, officials say

Board members say they are frustrated over their inability to get together. YOUNGSTOWN -- Issues

INDUSTRY Official fears for future of GM plant

Traficanti stressed the employer's importance to the Valley's economic fate. YOUNGSTOWN --

Forging a recovery plan for Africa won't be easy

Opinion: Despite their close personal relationship and their shared vision for Iraq, President Bush and

HOW SHE SEES IT GI Janes caught in culture wars crossfire

Opinion: By ERIN SOLARO CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR Why did he do it? In mid-May, Rep. Duncan Hunter, a

SANDLOTS Second-inning rally wins it for DiCioccio

Four runs at the bottom of the second led to an unstoppable victory. YOUNGSTOWN -- Bud's DiCioccio

YSU union presidents view talks differently

The classified union president is losing her job effective June 30. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR

Melissa Berry, Andrew Carchedi to wed in August

XSTRUTHERS -- Announcement is being made by Bruce and Patricia Berry, 45 Lakeshore Drive, of the

STATE LEGISLATURE Panel looks at restoring local funding

Up to $810 million in additional revenue will be available. By JEFF ORTEGA VINDICATOR

Hearing to determine liability in teen's death

WARREN -- A hearing this week in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court centers on whether the Lakeview

EMBEZZLEMENT CASE Ex-Forum manager indicted

The defendant used some money to pay off credit cards, the indictment says. YOUNGSTOWN -- A former

AROUND THE HORN | Thursday's other games

INTERLEAGUE Giants 9, Royals 7 SAN FRANCISCO -- Edgardo Alfonzo hit a go-ahead single in the


UPNEXT iPod obsession kFROM the grocery store to the dentist's office, the gym to the bookstore,


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Daniel J. McCormick, 27, of 720 North Rhoda, Youngstown, and


THISTLEDOWN RESULTS THURSDAY 1st--Sidoslew (Skerrett)15.808.806.20 Canadian Flyer


WINSTON-SALEM JOURNAL This is looking like a NASCAR season that Dale Earnhardt Jr. would simply

MERCER GOVERNMENT Ex-director to get $8,000 to draft budget

The former district justice building in Greenville is being sold for $25,000. MERCER, Pa. -- The