Liberty High senior wins Oscar contest
Liberty High seniorwins Oscar contest
CHRIS LETTERA, an 18-year-old Liberty High School student, has become the youngest winner of The Vindicator's annual Academy Awards prediction contest. He picked Oscar winners in 17 of 20 categories.
Fitch teacher gets2 years' probation
WILLIAM IAGULLI, a 25-year teacher in Austintown who resigned last week, pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges involving use of a computer to solicit a student for sex. He was sentenced to 24 months' probation and was ordered to surrender his teaching license.
Trumbull officials OK $40.9M budget
TRUMBULL COUNTY commissioners have approved a $40.9 million budget for county government spending in 2006. But the approval did not come without dissent.
Priest in Warrenremembered fondly
MONSIGNOR Sylvester Hladky, 96, retired pastor of Sts. Peter and Paul Byzantine Catholic Church in Warren, is remembered by those close to him as a dedicated priest. He died this week.
GOP acts to block deal on port security
IN AN election-year repudiation of President Bush, a House panel dominated by Republicans voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to block a Dubai-owned firm from taking control of some U.S port operations
Ursuline's Tyra Grantbreaks scoring record
URSULINE HIGH School's Tyra Grant led the girls basketball team in a regional semifinal by defeating Waterloo 60-42 Wednesday night. With her 35 points, Grant broke the Valley's all-time girls career scoring record.
TO COME much later. Send on through.