Cash to Girard court
GIRARD Municipal Judge Michael Bernard will receive more money for his court operations this year now that an appeals court has ruled the city did not adequately fund his operations.
A plea in dog case
A STRUTHERS woman pleaded innocent to charges her dog attacked and killed a neighbor's miniature poodle.
THE JOHNNY APPLESEED Festival returns to the Lisbon village square next Saturday and Sept. 17. See what's planned.
Remembering 9/11five years later
MONDAY marks the fifth anniversary of the terrorist attacks on The World Trade Center, above, and the Pentagon. A 100-foot-tall sculpture being unveiled in New Jersey on Monday includes names of more than 40 people who weren't killed on Sept. 11 after all. Also, mental health experts say Americans in the post-9/11 era have been more mentally resilient than expected.
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Belief in AmericaTHE VINDICATOR begins a six-part series, "Belief in America: The Chautauqua Experience." It focuses on the Abrahamic Program at the Chautauqua Institution in New York. The program finds common aspects among Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
YSU's 89,000 plants
THE HERBARIUM of Youngstown State University, which is a collection of dried plants used for teaching and research, includes 89,000 specimens from 91 countries.