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No-interest loan is OK'd for downtown condos

City council will consider giving no-interest loans for two other projects. By DAVID SKOLNICK


Chamber nixes 2 ballot issues

YOUNGSTOWN -- The Regional Chamber is opposing two state issues on the Nov. 7 ballot: the minimum


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Terry Pietenpol to be bride of Zachary Buchmann

SHEBOYGAN, Wis. -- Richard and Diann Pietenpol, 1340 Lincoln Ave., are announcing the engagement of


Ohio Department of Liquor Control is processing this liquor permit transfers.

Ohio Department of Liquor Control is processing this liquor permit transfers. TRANSFER James


St. Elizabeth's Family Birthplace

St. Elizabeth's Family Birthplace Robyn and Ronald Williams, Youngstown, girl, Sept. 30.


Editorial overlooked savings on drugs by senior citizens

Opinion: Editorial overlooked savings on drugs by senior citizens EDITOR: Your Sept. 27 editorial on


Harrah's gets buyout offer of 15.05 billion

Proposed buyers offer a 22 percent premium for casino stock. LAS VEGAS (AP) -- Harrah's


Miller-Soltesz engagement is being announced

HUBBARD -- Holly Lee Miller and John Anthony Soltesz, both of 245 Raymond Drive, are announcing


Pokorny-Patrick wedding to be in Parma church

PARMA HEIGHTS -- Michael and Christine Pokorny, 7039 Anthony Lane, are announcing the engagement of


Forum Health Women & amp; Infants Pavilion

Forum Health Women & amp; Infants Pavilion Lori and Christopher Chepke, Niles, girl, Sept.


BIRTHS

BIRTHS St. Elizabeth's Family Birthplace Victor and Cathy Chuck, Salem, twin girls, Oct. 1.


AK Steel lockout has effect on community

The city is seeking a tax increase from 1.5 percent to 2.25 percent. MIDDLETOWN, Ohio (AP) -- The