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HELOISE Find the time to make slow cooker worthwhile

Dear Heloise: I need help with my new slow cooker. I'm wondering where I am going to find 10 to 12

Fresh milk, fine sugar answers offered

By ERICA MARCUS NEWSDAY Q. When milk approaches its stamped expiration date, will it continue to


BARBARA KOLIDAKIS MICHAEL RESTAINO XBOARDMAN -- The Rev. Thomas Constantine officiated at 3:30

Bolton's first defeat

Opinion: Los Angeles Times: Mohamed ElBaradei's confirmation Monday for a third term as head of the United

MAHONING COUNTY GOVERNMENT Officials to apply for $400,000 in grants

YOUNGSTOWN -- Mahoning County commissioners approved applying for $400,000 in criminal justice

Study: Economic gain requires brain power

Research depicts the Midwest's future job market as an area of mixed prospects. By KANTELE FRANKO

New bill proposes legal liquor tasting at retail stores, taverns

By JEFF ORTEGA VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT COLUMBUS -- Those who make or distribute beer or liquor


AREA TENNIS KEITH VENS MEMORIAL (At Logan Swim and Tennis Club) MEN'S Singles: 45-years old

Three pitchers combine on three-hitter for Astro

STRUTHERS -- Three Astro Falcon pitchers combined on a three-hit shutout as they blanked Koch

Real estate bubble: no danger of popping

Opinion: By JAMES K. GLASSMAN SCRIPPS HOWARD NEWS SERVICE It's rare that Alan Greenspan, the man who

Allyson Ambrose is bride-elect of Timothy Russell

XLEAVITTSBURG -- William and Terry Ambrose, 466 S. Leavitt Road, are announcing the engagement of


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Tobacco incident incurs dismissal of 2 guards, discipline of 2 others

A total of four corrections officers were penalized. MERCER, Pa. -- Two Mercer County Jail

Juvenile receives jail time for felony

MERCER, Pa. -- An inmate in a juvenile detention center was given a prison term for trying to stab


FOOD Pleasure, health in same recipe? kCOOKBOOK author Nina Simonds explores the tonic

Speed limit drops from 55 to 25 mph

By VIRGINIA ROSS VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT NORTH LIMA -- Folks will soon be required to drive a

SUMMER TRENDS The color of the season isn't; it's white this year

You can expect to find it in clothing, accessories and home decor. It is the color of vanilla milk

Bush is giving FBI the kick it needs

Opinion: Finally there is a president willing to exert some influence over the FBI, at least when it comes to

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TRUMBULL COUNTY GOVERNMENT Officials to approve payment to bureau

Commissioners will seek bids for a new voter registration system vendor. By PEGGY SINKOVICH


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


HOLLY PANTALL TODD KOLLAR XYOUNGSTOWN -- Holly Pantall and Todd Kollar, 6520 St. Andrews Drive,


U Cynthia Davis-Taylor, administrative assistant at D & amp;E Counseling Center, Youngstown, was

WEATHER Trees, wires struck down as violent storm hits

The southeastern part of the county was hardest hit, a spokeswoman said. By PEGGY SINKOVICH

A summary of recent criminal activity in Poland Village and Boardman Township:

A summary of recent criminal activity in Poland Village and Boardman Township: POLAND June 12

Announcement made for Saffell, Moore nuptials

XLIBERTY -- Ronald and Michele Saffell, 964 Adrian Circle, are announcing the engagement of their


MOUNTAINEER RESULTS TUESDAY 1st--L. A. Jade (Stokes)16.008.403.80 True Aries (Parker)6.004.00


LOTTERIES OHIO Multi-State Mega Millions: 1-10-29-48-49 Mega Ball: 36 Night drawings: Pick

MERCER COUNTY New voting system idea in planning

MERCER, Pa. -- Mercer County commissioners will soon name an election committee to help choose a new

HOWLAND TOWNSHIP County panel recommends zoning proposal be denied

A petition will be presented to the Howland Zoning Commission. By MONICA BOND VINDICATOR

Acoustic version reveals vulnerability behind rage

After a decade, the artist still feels attached to the songs. By RICHARD CROMELIN LOS ANGELES

Crossroads conservation council raises awareness

Trumbull and Columbiana counties are in the group's region. YOUNGSTOWN -- Sandra Chernal carefully

Spurs look sluggish, Pistons send message

Detroit shut down San Antonio guard Manu Ginobili. AUBURN HILLS, Mich. (AP) -- In the opening 21

CLASS AA ROUNDUP Seventh-inning rally keys Bud's/DiCioccio

Ed Morales tossed a two-hit shutout for Youngstown Metros. YOUNGSTOWN -- Bud's/DiCioccio, behind

INDIANS Rockies routed, offense touted

The Tribe gave starter Jake Westbrook some rare run support in the 11-2 victory. CLEVELAND (AP) --

Who says that what's good for you has to taste bad?

Who says that what's good for you has to taste bad? By CATHY THOMAS KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS

LIBERTY GOVERNMENT State audit shows overpaid clerk and former trustee repaid salaries

A management letter attached to the audit also recommended several changes. By PEGGY SINKOVICH

High bonds set for 2 men facing aggravated murder charges

YOUNGSTOWN -- A common pleas court magistrate set bond at $1 million each for two men accused of

How to make the most of fresh fruit

Delicious berries are nutritious. By ALLISON ASKINS KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS COLUMBIA, S.C. --

Upward mobility is a national myth

Opinion: By MICHAEL KINSLEY LOS ANGELES TIMES According to our founding document and our national myth,

ON AREA DIAMONDS \ Youth baseball

Tri T Colt (15-17) Austintown Sweeney Chevrolet 11, Salem Parker Hunter 1 -- Anthony Ricci pitched

Meaty issues

Meaty issues Don't know a tri-tip from a skirt steak, how to buy a guinea fowl or how to grill

TRUMBULL COUNTY Costanzo views her arrest as a lifesaver

The jailed attorney says she plans to voluntarily surrender her law license. By PEGGY SINKOVICH

Miller gets rehab start for opener

The former first round pick is one of the Indians' top prospects. NILES -- The Mahoning Valley

FirstEnergy wins diversity award

AKRON -- The Edison Electric Institute recently awarded FirstEnergy the 2005 Supplier Diversity

Nuptials planned for James Painter, Carissa D. Smith

XAnnouncement is being made by Donna Smith of Warren and Alan Smith of Youngstown of the engagement

INSURANCE Rejection of Aetna divides consortium

One superintendent says the stated savings was just a projection, not a guarantee. By DENISE DICK

MAHONING RIVER $120M project will start in 2006

Design work will be done in phases with funding secured to cover the first phase. By DENISE DICK

BOARD OF EDUCATION Officials discuss plans for new building's roof

A 12th-grader was honored for never missing a day of high school. By SEAN BARRON VINDICATOR

'Trust fund' nothing but fantasy

Opinion: By LAWRENCE S. PRATT KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE As Washington debates Social Security reform,

JOB MARKET Experts expect active hiring season

AMBER HYLAND VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- Area businesses and job experts agree that

Sleeping man shot

Sleeping man shot YOUNGSTOWN -- An East Judson Avenue man awoke around 3:15 a.m. Tuesday with a


LOCAL Fred Weidenthal awarded scholarship COLUMBUS -- The Ohio High School Football Coaches


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Don S. Moore, 29, of 12192 Leffingwell Road, Berlin Center,

Michael Jackson should give Neverland a total makeover

Opinion: International pop star Michael Jackson slept in his own bed Monday night. We trust he resisted the

Bombastic is as bombastic does

Opinion: Mr. Bombastic just can't shut up. Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean remains