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HUBBARD City faces changes in tax allocations

Council will discuss the budget allocation issues next week. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR

Accountability, realism key to presidency

Opinion: By JAMES M. KLURFELD LONG ISLAND NEWSDAY Some of my Democrat friends are quietly chortling as

CANDIDATES | Write-ins

Monday was the deadline for candidates to file as write-ins for the Nov. 8 general election. Only

Professor views Constitution as living document

Modern constitutional debate is fueled by politics, the law scholar said. By NANCY TULLIS

Scripps Howard

Scripps Howard PERSONAL CHOICE: Finding his and hers engagement rings and wedding bands becomes a

UNITED WAY Bleier to be guest speaker at the Champions dinner

In his motivational speech, Bleier will talk about the challenges he has faced. YOUNGSTOWN --

BROOKFIELD FAMILY Parents' dispute over name is settled

A probate court ruling was overturned because of a hearing notice problem. By ED RUNYAN

Home rebuilding: 'unmapped territory'

DALLAS MORNING NEWS DALLAS -- Restoring the housing stock in New Orleans and other communities

The Ohio Department of Liquor Control is processing these liquor permit transfers and applications

The Ohio Department of Liquor Control is processing these liquor permit transfers and applications


HOW THEY FARED YSU opponents Slippery Rock (0-3) did not play; Next: Lock Haven, Saturday

Suspect arrested in theft by deception of 88-year-old

The man claimed he needed money for car repairs, food and electric bills. BOARDMAN -- Police

Today is Tuesday, Sept. 20, the 263rd day of 2005. There are 102 days left in the year. On this date

Opinion: Today is Tuesday, Sept. 20, the 263rd day of 2005. There are 102 days left in the year. On this date

City, firefighters union resolve labor dispute

The city admits no wrongdoing but promises to follow the law. SALEM -- The city and its

YOUNGSTOWN TSO concerts set at convo center

YOUNGSTOWN -- Trans-Siberian Orchestra will perform two holiday concerts at the Youngstown

Oakland Center for the Arts to present acoustic music show

YOUNGSTOWN -- The Oakland Center for the Arts, 220 W. Boardman St., downtown, will present a night

Youngstowner held in Hubbard robbery

HUBBARD -- A Youngstown man is held in Trumbull County jail, charged in a robbery early Monday.

Local efforts to aid victims of Hurricane Katrina.

Local efforts to aid victims of Hurricane Katrina. Hermitage: Proceeds from a chicken pot pie


ELAINE DARKADAKIS MARTYN MOSS XBOARDMAN -- Elaine Marie Darkadakis of Lowellville, a daughter of


JACKIE BUTCHER BRANDON WILLIAMS XLAS VEGAS, Nev. -- The wedding of Jackie Skinner-Butcher and


KAREN FISHER HUD RISLEY XPOLAND -- Karen Fisher, a daughter of Dix Fisher of Boardman and the late

Youngstown police probe two shootings

YOUNGSTOWN -- Police are investigating two shootings in the city Monday evening. According to police

Reardon doesn't see challenger in primary

The Mahoning County treasurer said he would win a competitive primary. By DAVID SKOLNICK

Time to take notice of China's new rich

Opinion: BEIJING -- Visiting the Chinese capital for the first time since 1996 is a startling experience.

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2 Trumbull County criminal cases continued

WARREN -- Criminal cases involving former Warren basketball coach David Jenkins and Terry Maiorana,

Is the abuse inhuman, yes or no?

Opinion: By JACKSON DIEHL WASHINGTON POST WASHINGTON -- During a meeting at The Washington Post last

Heart expert: One dose of Vioxx can cause attack

Heart expert: One dose of Vioxx can cause attack ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -- Intermittent use of Vioxx


Inside *In their 73 NFL seasons, the Pittsburgh Steelers have never had a start like this. *A

We should save ourselves first, then rest of the world

Opinion: We should save ourselves first, then rest of the world EDITOR: Our politicians can approve

Jury's verdict in Vioxx case puts infirmed at risk

Opinion: By DAVID R. HENDERSON KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE You'd think that a reputable company has at least


EMILY HOLDEN JOS & eacute; MARTINEZ XYOUNGSTOWN -- St. Patrick Church was the setting Aug. 27

Southington meeting

Southington meeting The Southington Board of Education will have its regular meeting at 6 p.m.

HELOISE Mother of 6 children with ADHD would like your attention

Dear Heloise: You might remember me as the mother of six children with attention-deficit

JEWELRY White gold and platinum popular for wedding rings

Traditional yellow-gold is no longer the dominate metal for wedding jewelry. SCRIPPS HOWARD

Mahoning Township plans fall cleanup

HILLSVILLE, Pa. -- Mahoning Township's fall cleanup will be from Sept. 26 to Oct. 3. Residents are

On inside | A3

ON INSIDE | A3 Youngstown employees and area business owners hope to bring a bit of New Orleans

Boardman takes a proactive approach to fighting crime

Editorial: The city of Youngstown's crime epidemic illustrates what can happen to a community that lets its

Mardi Gras fund-raiser in city will aid victims

City employees want to help civil servants who work in damaged areas. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR

Marshals will seize one-time drug house

The husband is serving 37 months at a federal prison in Pennsylvania. By PATRICIA MEADE

Howland girls topple Poland for MAC lead

The unbeaten Tigers stopped the Bulldogs 3-1. HOWLAND -- Three girls scored a goal apiece as the

Moon travel costs

Moon travel costs kIT WILL cost $104 billion over the next decade to send astronauts back to the

Rivals protest Williams' letter

The mayoral candidate says the letter isn't campaign material. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR

CHAMPION Schools' levy drive will begin

District schoolchildren are doing their part to help hurricane victims. By MARY C. POFF

Giancola denied

Giancola denied YOUNGSTOWN -- Judge Maureen A. Sweeney has denied a request to let Annette

Howland slips past Bluejays

The Tigers needed five games to improve to 8-1 on the season. NORTH JACKSON -- Howland High


War of words Hasim Rahman believes WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko did everything he

YOUNGSTOWN Parolee faces life term because of new charge

The defendant faces an assault charge while on parole for a 1980 murder. By ROGER G. SMITH

Response criticism puts focus on military

Since Reconstruction, Congress has avoided amending Posse Comitatus. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

Austintown aid group sees great need in Gulf Coast

Adopt a community and send help, says the head of a humanitarian aid group. By JEANNE STARMACK

Park addresses road problems

CANFIELD -- Mill Creek Park commissioners have allocated up to $50,000 more to address problems with


MOUNTAINEER RESULTS MONDAY 1st--Midnight Explosion(V-G)6.803.002.20 Classy Fella (Rivera

Locals Zetts, Brown, Bartos earn top honors

By PETE MOLLICA VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF YOUNGSTOWN -- Youngstown area athletes have always

Forum Health Women & amp; Infants Pavilion

Forum Health Women & amp; Infants Pavilion Jessica and James Bridges, Warren, girl, Sept. 19.

Who's on TV today? Martha Stewart of Niles

NILES -- Martha Stewart of Niles will be on her famous namesake's television show this morning at 10


Hill Barth & amp; King Offensive Player of the Game: Tom Zetts (6-1, 205, Soph.) quarterback

Salem man convicted of murder

Shane Mitchell faces a maximum sentence of 30 years to life in prison. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR

Best Bets on TV Tonight

"Dancing With the Stars" (8:30 p.m., ABC): Time for a ballroom brawl! Okay, maybe not, but it's

CORTLAND Ex-mayor urges landfill restrictions

There probably will be no more HBA Parade of Homes events in Cortland. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR

Write-in candidates file to run in November election

Some incumbent write-ins are running unopposed. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR POLITICS WRITER

New bridge to old S & amp;T buildings carries hope for industrial revival

A new $4 million bridge provides easy access to former steel mill land. By DON SHILLING

Residents evacuate Fla. Keys; New Orleans delays reopening

This is the fourth busiest hurricane season since record-keeping began in 1851. KEY WEST, Fla.

Ursuline celebrates 100 years

The school plans to launch a $4 million capital campaign in January. By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR

'Visiting' Giants defeat displaced Saints, 27-10

With no stadium of its own New Orleans was given a home game by the league. EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J.


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses J. Brent Kelley, 32, of 1857 Lamont Drive, Poland, and Kelley

Attacks in Iraq stoke fear

Opinion: Detroit Free Press: Maybe they were miffed about being bumped from the headlines and news shows for