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REGION Annual fall auction LORDSTOWN -- The Youngstown Area Tropical Fish Society will have its


COLUMBIANA COUNTY Divorces asked Christine Kitzmiller, 648 S. Bandy Road, Alliance, v. Sam

BLOOD DRIVES | Dates and locations

TODAY St. Elizabeth Health Center Donor Room, 1044 Belmont Ave., Youngstown, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call

No. 3 tire maker borrows 1 billion

Goodyear workers say they are determined to continue their strike. AKRON (AP) -- Goodyear Tire

Holy Name Church to mark 90th anniversary

YOUNGSTOWN -- Holy Name Church, 613 N. Lakeview Ave., will observe its 90th anniversary and 89th

St. John's schedules 17th Festival of Icons

Two priests and a layman will present the program featuring five lectures. WARREN -- St. John's

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ALDERSON-BROADDUS COLLEGE, PHILIPPI, W.VA. Amber Brunton, a freshman creative writing/marketing

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To attend conference BOARDMAN -- Victoria Wallace, a sixth-grader at Glenwood Middle School, has

The Vindicator

The Vindicator SPARKS FLY: Chad Goddard, an employee at Amrod Bridge & amp; Iron in Sharon,

Parents announce date for Penwell, Schiraldi rite

Plans for the upcoming marriage of Danielle Penwell and John Schiraldi, both of 24 S. Main St.,

Hundreds to participate in '06 youth convention

Two experts in youth ministry will give keynote addresses. YOUNGSTOWN -- The 2006 Diocesan Youth

Selected Stocks

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Wedding date set by Miss LoSasso, Mr. Newingham

Joy LoSasso, 4305 Smokerise Drive, Stow, and Michael R. Newingham, 1729 Wiltshire Road, Akron, are

The Chautauquan Daily

The Chautauquan Daily MAKING A POINT: Ray Suarez, senior correspondent with The NewsHour with Jim

Pope to proclaim 19th-century Indiana nun a saint

The canonization offers a respite from the recent sex-abuse scandals in the church. TERRE HAUTE,

Visit to China planned

Participants are responsible for raising the money for their trip. YOUNGSTOWN -- A three-week

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The following students were awarded bachelor's degrees unless otherwise noted: TRUMBULL BUSINESS

Rwandan to speak

The woman lost several family members in the genocide. YOUNGSTOWN -- A survivor of the Rwandan

Popular YouTube has adverse effect on machine maker's site

Confused Internet users shut down a manufacturing company's Web site. TOLEDO (AP) -- YouTube's


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Keith M. Monaco, 27, of 7339 West Blvd., Apt. D, Boardman, and

Fewer oranges mean less green

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- Orange juice prices, already at historic highs, are expected to climb further

Station kicks off member drive

The station tries to raise about 200,000 annually from its listeners. By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR

9 schools honored by state

The honor recognizes outstanding school efforts in special education. YOUNGSTOWN -- Seven schools

Atheist groups see a rise in numbers

Some groups have grown by almost 90 percent in the past few years, one official said. MCCLATCHY

St. Elizabeth Family Birthplace

St. Elizabeth Family Birthplace Matthew and Katarzna Spiewacki, Youngstown, boy, Oct. 12.

JCC offers after-school programs

Physical, mental and artistic courses are available. YOUNGSTOWN --The Jewish Community Center of

Don't worry about the cold -- there's still plenty of action

Plummeting temperatures sent a shiver across northeast Ohio this week and likely promoted changes in

For some, it's all about the bling

Consumers spend 1 billion a year on cell phone accessories. COLUMBUS (AP) -- For Denise Albert,


BIRTHS St. Joseph's Family Birthplace Heather Linebaugh, Warren, girl, Oct. 13. Melvina Golden

Stinky bait helps to catch catfish

Think it's just a fish tale? Read what happened. By LEW FREEDMAN CHICAGO TRIBUNE SIOUX FALLS,

The campaign had lessons on good nutrition and good citizenship.

The campaign had lessons on good nutrition and good citizenship. YOUNGSTOWN -- Pupils in Ohio and

Time for a single, sensible smoking policy in Ohio

Opinion: Time for a single, sensible smoking policy in Ohio EDITOR: I'm tired of unnecessary government

Investors want W-P to drop merger plans

One group says it would invest up to 100 million in the company if it were permitted. MORGANTOWN,

It's time to get ready for winter

Over the last two weeks the forest outside my window has turned from green to gold with colorful

ATHEISTS IN COURT How they fared

The watchdog organization Freedom From Religion Foundation has sued over violations of the church-

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Business, politics mix at event

Sam Covelli said he expects to expand to nearly double his number of employees. By ED RUNYAN

Polka Mass and dance

Polka Mass and dance LOWELLVILLE -- A polka Mass is planned for 4:30 p.m. Oct. 28 at Our Lady of


Agenda Monday Newton Falls School Board, 6:45 p.m., 907 Milton Blvd. Canfield Township trustees,

Gauging the gap in retiree benefits

Be prepared to invest more if your pension is frozen. DALLAS MORNING NEWS DALLAS -- Which

Challenge for church: Curb that complaining

Hundreds of people have joined the effort to stop the criticism. KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Thou shalt


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Regional Business Digest

REGION Supplyroom moves to Belmont Avenue LIBERTY -- The Supplyroom has moved from Boardman to

Catholic Charities will be host of 9th Voice of Hope Dinner

WARREN -- Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Youngstown will host its ninth annual Voice of Hope


Agenda Sunday ACTION (Alliance for Congregational Transformation Influencing our Neighborhoods)

Reporters reflect on faith and politics

One journalist said religion is a flawed political tool. By AGNES MARTINKO The tables were

Danielle Miller, Scott Rainey to wed in February

YOUNGSTOWN -- William and Nancy Miller, 1924 Overlook Ave., are announcing the engagement of their

New Jersey pushes site for eco-tourism

One state official has called the area 'a hidden gem.' NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -- New Jersey's

Shop spans, fulfills needs

The year-old company is adding workers for a multimillion-dollar project. By DON SHILLING

Fans happy despite exhibition loss

It seemed like the SteelHounds were making up for their offseason time away from hockey during an exhibition game Friday...

Get lost!

Who knew that getting lost could be such fun? PORTSMOUTH, R.I. (AP) -- After retracing their