for October 30, 2006

Jump to: » Stories 

« News / 2006 / October / 30

Stories published October 30, 2006

National Business Digest

NATION Survey: Bosses impact workers' happiness NEW YORK -- Bosses have more control over


TRUMBULL COUNTY Dissolutions filed Denise Richard and Kevin Macguire. Nicoletta Heaton and


PGA-CHRYSLER CHAMPIONSHIP At Westin Innisbrook Resort Copperhead Course Palm Harbour, Fla.


YSU Football: Mason is player of week ST. LOUIS -- For the second time in three weeks, senior

More districts seek income tax for additional way to get money

Trumbull County has nine school issues on the ballot Nov. 7. COLUMBUS (AP) -- More Ohio school


Kahne takes blame for accident: Kasey Kahne took responsibility for an accident with David Stremme

Companies settle chemical leak suit

CINCINNATI (AP) -- More than 1,200 city residents should receive checks this week as part of a $2


NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION Regular season opening day Tuesday's Games Chicago at Miami, 8


DIVISION I Region 1 1, Mentor (9-1)35.4000 2, Brecksville-Broadview Hts (9-1)30.0500 3,

Webb: Loss of pupils could have been worse

Pupils enrolled elsewhere are costing the district about 24 million a year. By HAROLD GWIN

Court stays suspension of ID law

CINCINNATI (AP) -- A federal appeals court on Sunday put on hold a judge's suspension of Ohio's new

Hundreds find solace in site bemoaning jobs

Reading about others with bad jobs is good therapy, experts say. SALT LAKE TRIBUNE OK, so your

Hayrides available

Hayrides available BOARDMAN -- The township park district announced that hayrides will be

Nasty divorce stories sadden longtime fans

Paul McCartney's family-man image remains. NEW YORK (AP) -- "You can knit a sweater by the



Official: Schools faring better

Health-care insurance savings are substantial, the schools treasurer said. By JEANNE STARMACK

if you go

IF YOU GO What: Roy Orbison tribute concert. When: 8 p.m., Saturday. Where: State Theatre, 1519



'The Daily Show in Ohio'

'The Daily Show in Ohio' COLUMBUS -- Jon Stewart and staff from Comedy Central's "The Daily Show"


SOCCER Women Westminster 3, Waynesburg 0 -- The Titans (12-5-1, 5-1 PAC) scored all three of

Police dispute Youngstown's ranking

A police spokesman says Youngstown's crime stats have improved this year. YOUNGSTOWN -- City

PREVIEW Tonight's game

NEW ENGLAND at MINNESOTA Game time: 8:30 p.m. TV: ESPN Opening line: Patriots by 2 1/2. Record vs.

Mooney ready for big week of soccer trips

Coach Joe DeMay has two Cardinals' squads playing in the state's Final 16. By TOM WILLIAMS


BIRTHS Forum Health Womens & amp; Infants Pavilion James and Melissa Henderson, North


TODAY 11:30 a.m. (FSN Ohio) NFL: Romeo Crennel press conference. 1 p.m. (FSN Pitt) English

Proposed trans fat ban in NYC could ripple all over U.S.

KFC plans a major announcement about a change it's making. NEW YORK (AP) -- There are plenty of

Hamilton County to defy order and scan ballots early

CINCINNATI (AP) -- Hamilton County elections officials said they will defy a state order and scan

Sex offenders banned from Halloween events

In some areas, sex offenders must attend meetings during trick-or-treating. NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP)

Browns ground Jets, 20-13

Brodney Pool's big hit at the end preserved Cleveland's second win. By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR

Progress made on wildfire set by arsonist

Four firefighters died in the fire, and a fifth is in critical condition. BEAUMONT, Calif. (AP) --

NOTEBOOK Browns vs. Jets

Different approach: Although he only had a few days to get ready for his first game as offensive

Agenda Tuesday

Agenda Tuesday South Range Board of Education, special meeting, 7 a.m., board office. Lordstown


NASCAR-NEXTEL CUP-BASS PRO SHOPS 500 Sunday's results At Atlanta Motor Speedway Hampton, Ga.

"I am surprised what these guys are up to."

Opinion: "I am surprised what these guys are up to." Yohane Banda Father of 13-month-old Malawian boy


FOOTBALL SATURDAY'S SCORES AREA Liberty 14, Champion 0 Warren JFK 28, Steubenville Cath. Cent. 7


ATP GRAND PRIX DE TENNIS DE LYON At Palais des Sports de Gerland Lyon, France Purse: $858,000

Health experts: Energy drinks can hook kids

Energy drinks, heavy on caffeine and sugar, can cause illness. CHICAGO (AP) -- More than 500 new

Vikings ready to roar

Minnesota fans are expected to greet the Patriots with tremendous noise. EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP)

Police put squeeze on protest seeking governor's ouster

At least eight people have died in the clashes since late May. OAXACA, Mexico (AP) -- Federal

FBI gets ritzy while others are starving

Opinion: WASHINGTON -- At a time when taxpayers are being socked millions of dollars a day for Iraq and

Rock Hall honors Roy Orbison

An exhibit and a concert will honor the legendary musician. By JOHN BENSON VINDICATOR

River cleanup offers hope for city rebirth

The river will be 18-20 feet deep when the dredging is finished. ASHTABULA (AP) -- A $50 million


SPORTS Browns win, Steelers lose kA potential one-handed tying touchdown grab by New York tight

Progress is being made in Youngstown schools; levy should be passed

Editorial: Frankly, this newspaper's editorial board was not inclined to endorse passage of the 9.5-mill

Monday's Best Bets on TV

"Cracker: A New Terror" (9 p.m., BBC America): He's overweight, perpetually tieless, and his suits

Task force begins deaths review to avoid fatal domestic violence

The reviews will include working with county officials and municipal court. By TIM YOVICH


LOCAL SCHEDULE Football playoffs DIVISION I Region 1 (7) Warren Harding (7-3) at (2)

Halloween displays scare people away

ROSCOE VILLAGE, Ohio (AP) -- A central Ohio woman's Halloween lawn display is so foreboding,

Delayed harvest worries farmers

COLUMBUS (AP) -- Rain has put Ohio's harvest behind schedule, and it's also threatening to make the

PLAYOFF ROUNDUP News and notes

Average year: The Valley has 12 teams in the playoffs, which is about average for the area since the

DeWine and Brown campaign intensely

The Democratic candidate, who campaigned in Akron on Saturday, leads in polls. ASSOCIATED PRESS



Local ceremony recalls brutal revolution

Those who survived the brutal revolution 50 years ago pause to remember. By DON SHILLING

Harding grad has no regrets

Dimitrios Makridis is relishing an unbeaten season. By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF

Issue 3 isn't a bonanza for higher education in Ohio

Opinion: Issue 3 isn't a bonanza for higher education in Ohio EDITOR: Learn and Earn casinos -- Ohio's

Aguing over methods

Opinion: Texarkana Gazette, Texarkana, Texas: The latest battle in the war on the death penalty is the charge

NOTEBOOK Generations Bowling Tour

Volunteers: In addition to the GBT and Camelot staff on hand, there are some 40 volunteers helping

PREP PAIRINGS | Regional volleyball and soccer

BOYS SOCCER Division I Howland (16-1-2) vs. Solon (16-3), Tuesday, 7 p.m., Ravenna Stadium

Western Reserve earns a late date

Mike Kopachy's ITCL Tier Two champs have a playoff game. By TOM WILLIAMS VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF

Down 3 TDs, Texas rallies; Tennessee, Arkansas win

Texas A & amp;M and Oregon also posted Top 25 victories. ASSOCIATED PRESS LUBBOCK, Texas --


Inside Ohio State and Michigan remain 1-2 in the new BCS standings.

Important symbol coming down

Opinion: By JONATHAN FINER WASHINGTON POST NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- Veterans Memorial Coliseum, which for the

NHL ROUNDUP | Sunday's games

Sharks 4, Lightning 2 TAMPA, Fla. -- Joe Thornton and Patrick Marleau scored power-play goals to

Penguins victory a beauty

Was there anything more beautiful than the defensive effort put forth by the Youngstown State

Texan Ozio has Senior Division early advantage

Another eight games will be rolled today to see who advances. By PAUL TRGOVAC VINDICATOR


Bowling underway The first day of the Generations Bowling Tournament at Camelot Lanes provided


NFL FavoritePointsUnderdog New England1MINNESOTA NBA FavoritePointsUnderdog Tuesday

NFL ROUNDUP \ Sunday's other games

AFC Colts 34, Broncos 31 DENVER -- Peyton Manning and Reggie Wayne picked, poked and plowed

Unpasteurized milk sales grow in Pa.

Officials think raw milk is safe if regulated PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER PHILADELPHIA -- Convenience

Ideas to be gathered for growth

Students' expenses are being covered through donations. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER

Executives said in a survey that 18 percent of their time is spent sorting out personality conflicts among staff members.

Executives said in a survey that 18 percent of their time is spent sorting out personality conflicts

Dexter's goal rescues Phantoms in shootout

Mahoning Valley's home opener is Friday at the Ice Zone. ALPENA, Mich. -- Brent Dexter scored the

Republicans losing support of evangelicals

Conservative Christians haven't seen success in their political agenda. ASSOCIATED PRESS Of the


POLLS ASSOCIATED PRESS RecPtsPvs 1. Ohio St. (63)9-01,6231 2. Michigan9-01,5472 3. West


MOUNTAINEER RESULTS SUNDAY 1st--Saranity (Barria)20.608.6010.00 Mogambo Lawyer

Smith is key for Jets' special teams

The Chaney graduate lined up at quarterback, running back and wideout. By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR

Rutgers remains unbeaten

The No. 15 Scarlet Knights held off Connecticut, 24-13. PISCATAWAY, N.J. (AP) -- Rutgers' defense

Mainframes: The dinosaurs aren't extinct just yet

Despite the rise of lower-cost servers, mainframe sales are increasing at IBM. BOSTON (AP) --

Ohio newspapers voice opinions on candidates

The Vindicator pointed out Strickland's 'touch of class.' ASSOCIATED PRESS Two Ohio newspapers

Answers to weekly quiz

Answers to weekly quiz Q. Both vulnerable, as South you hold: 6 A K 5 Q 9 4 3 A Q 10 6 5

Valley native runs for Senate

This is the former Valley resident's second attempt to become a U.S. senator. By DAVID SKOLNICK

Have drill, will travel: Lichstein ready to roll

The GBT manager keeps the bowling balls ready for action. By PAUL TRGOVAC VINDICATOR


The U.S. Marshals Service in northern Ohio is asking the public to help find its Most Wanted


SATURDAY'S GAMES Atlanta 5, Buffalo 4, SO Boston 2, Ottawa 1 Carolina 6, Tampa Bay 4 Toronto

After selling building, museum seeks merger

Money from the sale of the three-year-old building will pay off debts. CLEVELAND (AP) --

Steelers hit rock bottom

A 20-13 loss to the Raiders has stumbling Pittsburgh tied with Cleveland. OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) --

Cuts help finances

Cuts help finances AUSTINTOWN school district's financial picture is looking brighter this year,

AP file photo, July 16, 1998

AP file photo, July 16, 1998 IN FINE FEATHER BACK THEN: Dozens of pink flamingos stand in a yard

Defense questions woman's inconsistencies

A defense attorney tried to paint an accomplice as being less than truthful. By ED RUNYAN

Balanced Vick passes, rushes past Bengals

The Falcons quarterback has seven touchdowns in the past two games. CINCINNATI (AP) -- Michael

Lawn flamingos get pink slips

The original pink flamingo factory is closing, but production rights may be sold. LEOMINSTER,

Man, woman found shot to death in house

YOUNGSTOWN -- A man and woman in their early 20s were found shot to death today in a small Valley

This year, celebrate with a 'mini-panther'

This is the first year Angels for Animals has permitted the adoption of black cats in October By

U.S. needs a Homeland Security Party

Opinion: By JAMES P. PINKERTON SPECIAL TO NEWSDAY Our political word of the day is "tough." And what we

6 survive crash of Nigerian airliner carrying 104

Debris and body parts covered an area the size of a football field. ABUJA, Nigeria (AP) -- A

Liberty fire probed

LIBERTY -- Firefighters are trying to determine the cause of a fire at Schulte Auto Wrecking, 3737

No glitches this time, elections officials say

The amount of time for training for poll workers doubled. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR POLITICS

Big probe turns up no clear answers

The investigation proved valuable to preventing future outbreaks. SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Like lab

A magical costume

A magical costume Dressed up for the occasion, Cody Barber, 1, above, watches the Boo-Ha-Ha

St. Louis jumps to 1st place on list of dangerous cities

Youngstown made the list as one of the top 10 most dangerous cities. ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Just days


Opinion: AUSTRALIA The Sydney Morning Herald, Oct. 19: Reports on violence in East Timor have tended, in


GENERATIONS BOWLING TOUR SUNDAY'S RESULTS First Round (8 Games) Senior 50-59 Division 1.

Sunni leader vows to quit

The potential resignation poses a threat for the shaky government. BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Suspected

HarrisUSA TodayComputerBCS

HarrisUSA TodayComputerBCS RkPtsPctRkPtsPctRkPctAvgPv 1. Ohio