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Shiloh Christy Sean McFarland

SHILOH CHRISTY SEAN MCFARLAND XYOUNGSTOWN -- Shiloh Dawn Christy and Capt. Sean Patrick McFarland,


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How to get back the sticky with fabric tape

Dear Heloise: While it is convenient, self-gripping fabric tape doesn't seem to last long. Less than


Globalization of steel brings pain and profits

Only two of the 10 largest steel companies worldwide are based in America. First in a four-day


School board approves new $34 million budget for 2005-06 school year

Health insurance costs are rising about 171/2 percent. By VIRGINIA ROSS VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT


Board approves certificate cost rise

YOUNGSTOWN -- The city's board of health has implemented a $3 increase in the cost of obtaining


Working at McDonald's is a start, not dead-end

Opinion: By JAMES P. PINKERTON LONG ISLAND NEWSDAY LAS VEGAS -- McDonald's is as American as apple pie.


2 drownings in unmonitored Ohio waters

CLEVELAND (AP) -- Two Cleveland men have drowned in as many days in areas that were not patrolled by


Paula Howard, Thomas Devine set nuptial date

XPaula Diane Howard, 211 S. Aspen Court, No. 3, Howland, and Thomas Patrick Devine, 925 Youngstown-


Late rally helps lead Roth past Youngstown Metros

Bazetta-Cortland Optimist and Lone Wolf won Warren Class AA games. YOUNGSTOWN -- Roth Brothers


Santorum takes initiative on veterans budget bill

The bill is intended to add money to fix shortcomings with their health care. WASHINGTON (AP) --


Lawyer's clients repaid

Lawyer's clients repaid YOUNGSTOWN -- Nine clients of former lawyer Mark S. Colucci have been


Roddick buoyed by 5-set victory

He's two victories away from his first Wimbledon championship. THE WASHINGTON POST WIMBLEDON,


Little steel monuments, big trade deficits

Opinion: By SILVIO LACCETTI KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE They display names like Hanjin, Yang-Ming, Maersk and


Annika ready for new challenge

The Swedish star will open the inaugural HSBC World Match Play Championship. GLADSTONE, N.J. (AP)


Canfield couple plan wedding in mid-August

XCANFIELD -- Laura A. Shannon and Phillip D. Butto IV, 544 Greenmont Drive, are announcing their


City asks for grant for seniors

Local support for the project is important, the mayor said. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR


The Sources

The Sources Ticketmaster: Kaufmann's in Eastwood, Southern Park and Shenango Valley malls; and


Steroid plan approved by committee

Another bill would create a U.S. Boxing Committee. WASHINGTON (AP) -- A House committee Wednesday


Habitat for Humanity dedicates two new houses in Struthers

STRUTHERS -- The Habitat for Humanity Mahoning County Chapter dedicated its 14th and 15th houses


CAL THOMAS Liberals opposed action, but who cares?

Opinion: Democrats, after taking it on the chin over Sen. Dick Durbin's remarks comparing U.S. interrogation


Fans follow Daly through thick and thin

He's back at the Western Open for the first time since 1996. LEMONT, Ill. (AP) -- Whether he's on


BET AWARDS When they showed, stars shined

Dance moves and vocal acrobatics marked the event. LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Stevie Wonder showed off


Roenick upset over ESPN editing

The Flyer did a live interview with Dan Patrick to quell the criticism. KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS


Lindsey Daniels Jeffrey Wolfe

LINDSEY DANIELS JEFFREY WOLFE XYOUNGSTOWN -- The Butler Institute of American Art was the setting


Theresa Sinn, Jeremy Miller to wed in late July

XWEST ALLIS, Wis. -- Theresa Marie Sinn and Jeremy Craig Miller, both of 1917 S. 102nd St., are


Candidate could help Democrat, GOP leader says

The Republican candidate isn't quitting the race -- at least for now. By DAVID SKOLNICK


Iraqi insurgent fighters have created a front to speak for their cause.

Iraqi insurgent fighters have created a front to speak for their cause. BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A


New tower design enhances safety

New tower design enhances safety k HURRIEDLY REDESIGNED to make it less vulnerable to a truck


Mahoning judge welcomes two new citizens

YOUNGSTOWN -- Judge Theresa Dellick of Mahoning County Juvenile Court welcomed two people as


births

BIRTHS Forum Health Women and Infants Pavilion Julie and Mark Naples, 4540 New Road,


Work to begin on new middle school

Bids came in about 23 percent under budget, an architect said. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR STAFF


Lawrence's attempt at a slam dunk misses

The comedian tries to reinvent his image but ends up starring in a stale movie. By CHRISTY LEMIRE


A summary of recent police activity in Hubbard and Liberty:

A summary of recent police activity in Hubbard and Liberty: HUBBARD June 23 Assault: A Lloyd


Mink Financial holds off R & amp;J rally

R & amp; J completed the first triple play of the season. STRUTHERS -- Mink Financial scored


Residents give support to distress grant program

The state would administer the program. McKINLEY HEIGHTS -- The fifth and final public hearing on


Canadian leader aims to limit U.S.

Americans pay the highest prescription drug prices in the world. TORONTO (AP) -- Canada's health


YSU Unions want records privacy

YSU turned over proposals from one union but did not for another. YOUNGSTOWN -- A lawyer


Use or lose service, airline official says

At least 60 percent capacity on flights is needed, the airline's president said. VIENNA -- The big


North-South vulnerable. South deals.

North-South vulnerable. South deals. NORTH x -K J 10 u -8 5 2 v -A K J w -A 10 8 7 WEST


Many parents express concerns over busing plan

The superintendent said having those in high school and elementary school ride together will cut


Proposal creates grants to help injured soldiers

Contributions from state tax return refunds would fund the program. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR


Police arrest nine in 'epidemic' of public sex-related offenses

The arrests have been made at or near the boat launch east of Mosquito Dam, the chief says.


2012 OLYMPICS New York City plays rare underdog role

Paris and London remain the favorites in the five-city field. NEW YORK (AP) -- The role of


Aussie starts, France finishes: draft has international flavor

Eighteen foreign-born players were selected in the draft. NEW YORK (AP) -- Andrew Bogut had long


Second-half real estate tax collection open

YOUNGSTOWN -- Mahoning County Treasurer John B. Reardon announced the opening of the second-half


HEALTH INSURANCE Medical Mutual selected for county schools

One school district's superintendent voted against using the company. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR


Monus is moved to Fla. facility

The former Phar-Mor chief's federal prison confinement ends Dec. 19. By PATRICIA MEADE


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U2 TAKES STYLIST TO COURT TO RECLAIM MEMORABILIA

U2 takes stylist to court to reclaim memorabilia DUBLIN, Ireland -- Bono wants his hat back. And


STANDINGS New York-Penn League

Pinckney Division WLPct.GB Batavia (Phillies)54.556-- Jamestown (Marlins)54.556-- Auburn


Danielle Meris Rosendo Gutierrez

DANIELLE MERIS ROSENDO GUTIERREZ XLOWELLVILLE -- The exchange of nuptial vows took place during a


Building starts on hospital expansion

Trumbull County residents have higher cancer rates than the national average. By MONICA BOND


Nuptial plans told for Miss Hennessy and Jason T. Diaz

XTheodore and Mary Ann Hennessy of Hermitage, Pa., and Carlos and Diane Diaz of Hubbard are


Boston's Wakefield gets better of Boone

The Boston pitcher shut down the Indians in a 5-2 victory. BOSTON (AP) -- Homers helped Tim


New York City plays rare underdog role

Paris and London remain the favorites in the five-city field. NEW YORK (AP) -- The role of


Cavs get cap space via trade

GM Danny Ferry traded Jiri Welsch and got a 7-foot-3 center from Orlando. CLEVELAND (AP) -- In his


Americans migrate to West, South

Older, industrial cities in the Midwest and Northeast continue to lose residents. WASHINGTON (AP)


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BASEBALL

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HOW HE SEES IT To Republicans, everything's for sale

Opinion: By JONATHAN CHAIT LOS ANGELES TIMES When faced with evidence of corruption and sleaze by


Sharapova masters tennis, publicity

The teenager was gracious when asked about today's opponent, Venus Williams. KNIGHT-RIDDER


Medical Mutual seeks senior nominations

CLEVELAND -- Medical Mutual's Senior Advisory Council is seeking nominations throughout Ohio for the


Cars become time machines

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Moonlight cruises, oldies bands and nearly 1,000 classic cars will be moving into


Edwards says Dolphins lied about their interest

Cleveland's top pick said Miami used him to get more for its pick. KNIGHT-RIDDER NEWSPAPERS PALM


CONGRESS Steroid plan approved by committee

Another bill would create a U.S. Boxing Committee. WASHINGTON (AP) -- A House committee Wednesday


XDonald F. and Erica N. (Baun) Creque, 5321 Cartoon Court, North Las Vegas, Nev., are announcing the

XDonald F. and Erica N. (Baun) Creque, 5321 Cartoon Court, North Las Vegas, Nev., are announcing the


Operation drive out trash

Opinion: The Providence Journal: The attacks on human rights by Zimbabwean dictator Robert Mugabe show no


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'APPRENTICE' OPEN CALLS COMING TO THE AREA

'Apprentice' open calls coming to the area Can you take risks, bounce back after failing, succeed


Decline of state support is what's hurting Ohio colleges

Opinion: Decline of state support is what's hurting Ohio colleges EDITOR: Since I am a part-time


Ohio is right to fight suit filed by Eastern Shawnees

Opinion: If members of the Eastern Shawnee Tribe thought that filing an "ancestral lands" lawsuit against


Scrappers put the 'e' in defeat

By PETE MOLLICA VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF NILES -- After nine games this season, the Mahoning


Cleveland Orchestra starts Blossom season

The summer includes shows for the serious and the casual concertgoer. CLEVELAND -- Fireworks