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Stories published October 16, 2006

School district has to learn to live on what it has

Opinion: School district has to learn to live on what it has EDITOR: We are writing in regard to the


The United States leads the world in research and developing spending, with about 32 percent of the global total. China is second at 13 percent.

The United States leads the world in research and developing spending, with about 32 percent of the


Forum Health Women & amp; Infants Pavilion

Forum Health Women & amp; Infants Pavilion Ron and Sandy Grey, Canfield, boy, Oct. 15. Troy


Surviving spouses face tricky finances

At retirement age, women are more vulnerable to monetary stress. MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL


Regional Business Digest

REGION Genworth plans ceremony to open Boardman office BOARDMAN -- A ribbon-cutting ceremony


Family-friendly policies don't help us, some singles say

Some workplaces are trying to accommodate their single employees. WASHINGTON POST If Barbara


Magnitude 6.6 quake hits Hawaii

The governor said the earthquake caused no fatalities. HONOLULU (AP) -- When the strongest


Acquisition of YouTube worries video retailers

Online video sales and rentals are expected to boom. SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE From her tiny


TRUMBULL COUNTY

TRUMBULL COUNTY New complaints Deutsche Bank National Trust v. James Stiles et al, foreclosure.


Study: College volunteerism has risen sharply since '02

Tutoring and mentoring are the most common activities among college students. ASSOCIATED PRESS


MIT gives ex-CEO Welch pulpit to spread management gospel

The former head of General Electric discusses his successes and failures. CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) --


AGENDA TUESDAY

Agenda Tuesday Lordstown Planning Commission, 6 p.m., administration building, 1455 Salt Springs