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Celebrating the rose

Celebrating the rose kROSE FANCIERS came out in full force Sunday to Mill Creek Park's annual Rose

HELOISE Monday feature seeks feedback on possible switch

Dear Readers: We at Heloise Central have been running our fast facts feature for some time now. It's

CENE PARK Stark Co. Stars capture tourney

The Astro Falcons lost to the Mountaineer Park Hitmen. STRUTHERS -- Stark County Stars scored

Scrappers starter desires quick exit

An elbow ligament problem has slowed Adam Miller's pitching career. By PETE MOLLICA VINDICATOR


SATURDAY'S GAMES National League Atlanta 6, Cincinnati 1 Interleague N.Y. Yankees 8, Chicago

A summary of recent police activity in Austintown Township:

A summary of recent police activity in Austintown Township: June 6 Criminal damage: A window

Sugar for trade

Washington Post: After a long period of gloomy trade news, things may be looking up. On Tuesday the


FESTIVALS XSt. Ambrose Church 46th annual Chicken Dinner Festival in Garrettsville will be held

MGM V. GROKSTER Supreme Court ready to rule on file sharing

The high court will rule on peer-to-peer network legal liability. SEATTLE TIMES SEATTLE -- The

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HOW HE SEES IT Brother, can you spare some leadership?

Opinion: By JAMES P. PINKERTON LONG ISLAND NEWSDAY Do you miss the good old days of rising crime in New


AREA Scrappers win exhibition NILES -- Four pitchers combined on a two-hit shutout as the


By SEAN BARRON VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- For the past several years, Joan Susany has

Senate should temper House measure on U.N.

Opinion: No one who has paid close attention to the goings-on at the United Nations can fault the 221 members

TRUDY RUBIN What will Mideast democracy look like?

Opinion: Are we in the midst of an Arab spring of democracy? President Bush has made the pursuit of Arab

Florida offsets home edge

Nebraska must win Tuesday to remain alive. ASSOCIATED PRESS OMAHA, Neb. -- Florida won its

Canfield woman honored for service

Canfield woman honored for service YOUNGSTOWN -- Willis Bode of Canfield was honored Sunday

TATTOOS & amp; WORKPLACE A fading taboo

The line separating professionalism and artistic expression has grown finer. By BLANCA TORRES


TODAY 8 a.m. (ECL) Tennis: Wimbledon. 10 a.m. (ESPN2) Tennis: Wimbledon. 11 a.m. (GC) Women's


NBA FINALS June 9 San Antonio 84, Detroit 69 June 12 San Antonio 97, Detroit 76 June 14

FUND-RAISER Boardman principal averaging 3 mph on walk for Matthew

The principal is raising money on behalf of one of the pupils at his school. BOARDMAN -- The

ISRAEL Rice clears hurdle, but questions remain

Much more work needs to be done for Israel's withdrawal from Gaza to succeed, said the secretary of

MTC Knights, D & amp;K post AA victories

WARREN -- The MTC Knights defeated Metro Ice 5-2 in a Warren AA League baseball game. Derek

SELF-HELP Seminar offers assistance to get organized

Start with something you can finish, then build on that success. By L. CROW VINDICATOR


OHIO Saturday night: Pick 3, 6-0-0 Pick 4, 2-2-6-9 Day drawings: Pick 3, 2-0-5 Pick 4,

ON AREA DIAMONDS \ Youth baseball

Babe Ruth (14-15s) All-Star Sports 7, Wharmby Sports 0 -- Cody Bailey had a no-hitter through 4

SAMSUNG Girls State participant up for scholarship

The program encourages participation in the democratic process. By KATIE LIBECCO VINDICATOR

There are bigger problems in Boardman than parking

Opinion: There are bigger problems in Boardman than parking EDITOR: Regarding the push by Boardman

ANDRES OPPENHEIMER Border patrol ideas draw responses

Opinion: Wow! I had no idea that my column criticizing close-the-border crusaders such as CNN's Lou Dobbs,

DISEASE PREVENTION Research: Lifestyle measures can delay onset of Alzheimer's

The number of cases of the disease is expected to increase 70 percent by 2020. MILWAUKEE JOURNAL

CRIME Bookie wants reduced sentence

The judge denied fireworks business travel plans for the Fourth of July holiday. By PATRICIA


NORTHFIELD RESULTS LATE SATURDAY 7th--Firm Woody (Grismore)$6.40$4.20$3.00 Hot Rod Hudson (A