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Williams requests one-on-one debate

The Democratic nominee said he isn't interested in a one-on-one debate. By DAVID SKOLNICK

Boardman teen awaits word about release in boy's death

The state suggested the youth be released from custody, a lawyer said. By ROGER G. SMITH

Some advice on dealing with home water damage

Dear Heloise: I know that many Americans have suffered the unpleasant experience of having to

Inequality of pay raises questioned in Mineral Ridge

Opinion: Inequality of pay raises questioned in Mineral Ridge EDITOR: Due to the recent financial

Bleier offers message to the Valley

The former Steelers star said ordinary people can do extraordinary things. By NANCY TULLIS


INSIDE More baseball on C5 and C6.

PREP VOLLEYBALL Crestview's streak hits 16

The Rebels defeated East Palestine to climb to 10-0 in the Tri-County League. NEW WATERFORD -- The

"Movies 101" (10:30 p.m., AMC): In this new interview series, New York University professor Richard

"Movies 101" (10:30 p.m., AMC): In this new interview series, New York University professor Richard


THURSDAY'S RESULTS BOYS GOLF POLAND 158, BOARDMAN 176 (At Copeland Hills) Poland (12-3) --

Council addresses budget concerns

The city auditor is concerned about the city's year-end balance. By D.A. WILKINSON VINDICATOR

Area businesses feel the heat from rising natural-gas prices

Two local businesses have closed rather than pay escalating natural-gas bills. By DON SHILLING

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The Vietnam veteran and former Steelers star running back reflected on his life and overcoming challenges.

The Vietnam veteran and former Steelers star running back reflected on his life and overcoming

Fast start

Fast start Charles Warren tied a course record with an improbable 62 to take the first-round lead


INDICTMENTS Mahoning County A Mahoning County grand jury indicted the following people,

University negotiators formulated buyout plan

It looks as though more than just ACE employees will be eligible for the buyout. By HAROLD GWIN

hWhat to do next when caught in act

hWhat to do next when caught in act kA CHIPMUNK found a way to steal a snack but then had to

New motorcycle unit kicks into gear

Harley-Davidson will supply new replacement motorcycles each year. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR

Although women get hurt; They still fall in love with heels

Stiletto heels are still hands-down favorites for many women. KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS They are

Aid agencies receive reimbursement talk

The Valley joined three other large cities in proactive hurricane relief efforts. By ROGER G.

ITAM auxiliary holds installation

YOUNGSTOWN -- The installation of officers who will head the Ladies Auxiliary to the Italian-

Village seeks ways to alleviate flooding

The panel's only recommendation thus far dealt with regulating development along the creek. By

Man pleads guilty to killing girlfriend

The victim was repeatedly hit in the head with a baseball bat. By D.A. WILKINSON VINDICATOR

Change orders, purchases OK'd

The board hired a company to demolish the former Masters complex. By DAVID SKOLNICK CITY HALL

Development plan needs $1.5M

Lawrence County officials are looking into a bank line of credit. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR

NATION Kids' health study begins

The study is planned to last about 25 years. KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS PHILADELPHIA -- The

Felasco ordered to stand trial

Property owners testified that their tax payments were not recorded. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR

HOW THEY SEE IT U.N. must be reformed to live up to its promise

Opinion: By RON SILVER and DAVID BOSSIE BALTIMORE SUN As the United Nations celebrates its 60th

YSU FOOTBALL Gateway will take mind off of Pitt

The Penguins haven't defeated the Redbirds since the 2002 season. By PETE MOLLICA VINDICATOR


IF YOU GO Who: 10 Years with Fivespeed and Classic Case. When: 8 p.m. Saturday. Where: The

Officials investigate 6 counterfeit bills

It's unusual to have so many turn up within a month, a police detective said. By JEANNE STARMACK

Sex indictment names teacher

In another case, a Campbell man was indicted on a vehicular homicide charge. By DENISE DICK and

Mayor rejects restoration of theater

The project is not feasible for the city, he said. By PETER H. MILLIKEN VINDICATOR TRUMBULL

Charity seeks families to receive Christmas aid

WARREN -- Catholic Charities Regional Agency, 175 Laird Ave. N.E., is accepting applications for


Quote/Unquote "I've gotten many letters to go to high school proms. I almost took one up because


VOLLEYBALL W & amp; J 3, Thiel 0 -- Molly Klink (East Liverpool, O.) had 11 kills and seven

PREP SOCCER Poland topples Canfield

The Bulldogs won 2-0 to continue undefeated in the MAC. POLAND -- Senior forward Chris Juchno


Fire department grant AUSTINTOWN -- Austintown Fire Department is receiving a $300,000 federal

YOUNGSTOWN Bands pay tribute to Beatles

The Infidels will play at the Cedars Oct. 15. By GUY D'ASTOLFO VINDICATOR ENTERTAINMENT WRITER

District determined to improve funding

It might not be fair to give Warren so many free services, the director said. By ED RUNYAN


NEXTEL CUP Schedule Feb. 20 -- Daytona 500, Daytona Beach, Fla. (Jeff Gordon) Feb. 27 -- Auto

hGorillas observed using tools in the wild

hGorillas observed using tools in the wild For the first time, biologists have documented gorillas

Buscemi to be honored at Woodstock festival

Buscemi to be honored at Woodstock festival LOS ANGELES -- Steve Buscemi will collect honors


WOOSTER VS. ALLEGHENY Where: Robertson Field, Meadville, Pa. When: 1 p.m. Records: Wooster 3-0,


THISTLEDOWN RESULTS THURSDAY 1st--No Cover Charge (Mailht)19.003.804.20 Axis (Parker)2.402.20

Today is Friday, Sept. 30, the 273rd day of 2005. There are 92 days left in the year. On this date

Opinion: Today is Friday, Sept. 30, the 273rd day of 2005. There are 92 days left in the year. On this date

Officials to hold job fair to find workers for facility

The facility expects to hire about 275 part-timers. YOUNGSTOWN -- Youngstown convocation center

Plan will decide buildings' future

Putting the facilities plan together will take about 18 months. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR

Lawmaker's bill to allow drilling on public lands

Rep. John Hagan said drilling could bring more money to the state. By JEFF ORTEGA VINDICATOR


SONG LIST The Youngstown-area bands and the Beatles songs they perform on "Majestical Mystery

Officials table plans for safety service fees

According to the mayor, residents fear insurance premiums will rise. By JOHN W. GOODWIN, JR.

WRTA offers free bus rides downtown

WRTA's executive director is encouraging people to come downtown. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR

St. Elizabeth Health Center

St. Elizabeth Health Center Katrina Schneider and Mark Mileto, Youngstown, girl, Sept. 28.

Prosecutor slams bid to remove judge

The prosecutor's office called some of the public defender's assertions 'ludicrous.' By ED RUNYAN

Energetic Frankie Avalon thrills fans

The performance included more than 20 songs. By TRACEY D'ASTOLFO VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT


YSU OFFENSE T - (73) JAMAL LEE (6-3, 290, Sr); (78) Tyler Booth (6-6, 315, Soph.) RG - (72) JOHN

WKBN-TV Newscaster Ode Aduma retires

A retrospective of his career will air Sunday. By GUY D'ASTOLFO VINDICATOR ENTERTAINMENT WRITER

Wolves Club installs officers for coming year at dinner

YOUNGSTOWN -- The installation of officers for the coming year was a highlight of a dinner and


'THE GREATEST GAME EVER PLAYED' ss (out of 4) Running time: 120 minutes. Rating: PG for some


LOCAL Red Bulls win title CAMPBELL -- The Ohio Red Bulls minor league football team won the

HOW HE SEES IT Push for gas-sipping vehicles will fail

Opinion: By ERIC PETERS KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE WASHINGTON -- With gas prices exceeding $3 per gallon in

NASCAR Out of the Chase, some drivers have nothing to lose

Restrictor-plate success and bump drafting are reasons the Earnhardts have done well at the track.


INSIDE \ On C3 Jimmie Johnson knows what it's like to lose a championship, falling just short of

DAN K. THOMASSON Special tax should pay for Katrina recovery

Opinion: WASHINGTON -- Lyndon Johnson, pressed by the financial drain of war and ambitious domestic programs,