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3rd quarter

Well, it didn't get any worse for the Buckeyes, but it didn't get any better. Ohio State still


Well, that was painful to watch, wasn't it? We can dissect what went wrong for the Buckeyes all

Area seniors skate for fun

BOARDMAN — They call themselves the Coffee Club. They meet every Tuesday morning; they are all

More than just a pool

HUBBARD — The Hubbard Community Pool has been a part of the community for more than three

End of the 1st quarter

Something good needs to happen for the Buckeyes, trailing 14- 7 and Florida on the doorstep. Two key

Lakeview banning Sunday practices

CORTLAND — Citing concerns from residents, Lakeview   athletic coaches will not be

County awaits arbiter's decision

WARREN — The new president of   the Trumbull County board of commissioners said setting

Dota hired for Harding

WARREN — The city board of education hired Daniel J. Dota III at tonight's meeting as head

Job loss on minds of Salem lawmakers

SALEM — After a shaky start, Salem council members decided to work together. Councilman

Warren council considering tax break

WARREN — A former municipal court judge said that although he is flattered by a city council

AIDS is not leveling off, official says

YOUNGSTOWN — The city’s health commissioner says that though there is a need for more

Warm temps may hurt fruit crop

YOUNGSTOWN — Though some Mahoning Valley residents may have dreaded the late snowfall, it was

Anti-death penalty rally Sunday

YOUNGSTOWN — A rally with the theme “Rethinking Ohio’s Death Penalty” is

Special prosecutor may be sought

LISBON — Columbiana County Prosecutor Robert Herron said he will seek a special prosecutor to

New governor appreciates Mahoning Valley

Ted Strickland said his responsibilities in his new job as governor are great, but he is up to the

3 hours to kickoff

The mood is quiet inside University of Phoenix Stadium, but there's a hub of activity all around

Drug dealer pleads; could get a year in prison

WARREN — A Champion man linked to six other people suspected of being Trumbull County drug

Gas odor pervades NYC; terrorism discounted

NEW YORK (AP) — Authorities were investigating the source of a mysterious gas-like odor Monday

Man accepts plea in half-brother's death

WARREN — A 20-year-old city man, accompanied by his mother, accepted a plea agreement today

Should Mahoning County form of government continue?

YOUNGSTOWN — Mahoning County Commissioner John McNally has proposed a ballot issue that would

YSU offers help to smokers

YOUNGSTOWN —  Youngstown State University may have banned smoking from nearly all areas

AG Dann has inauguration in Trumbull Co.

WARREN —  Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann told an overflow crowd at his inauguration that

Strickland of Lisbon sworn in today as Ohio's new governor

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Democrat Ted Strickland was sworn in as governor of scandal-scarred Ohio

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Man to face trespassing charge

The prosecutor said inconsistencies arose during the rape investigation. YOUNGSTOWN -- A man who

AREA COLLEGES \ Sunday's games

MEN Hiram 83, Wabash (Ind.) 80 HIRAM -- Senior guard Brandon Pool scored a career-high 25 points


Agenda Tuesday Vienna Township Neighborhood Watch, fourth anniversary meeting, 7 p.m., Vienna


NORTHFIELD RESULTS LATE SATURDAY 7th--Forever Nut (Merriman)3.803.202.80 Electric Wizard


LECTURE SERIES Roberta's Gallery of Fine Art, 8 S. Main St., Columbiana, will begin its fourth

Idora Park owner again hit by foreclosure threat

The church planned to build a 'City of God' at the site. YOUNGSTOWN -- For the second time during


BIRTHS Forum Health Women & amp; Infants Pavilion Stephen and Monique Corll, Canfield,

Phantoms sweep series from Alpena

Saturday's 4-2 win opened a nine-point lead over the Ice Diggers. By GREG GULAS VINDICATOR

Bridal bash has a bunch for big day

Evaline's Bridal of Warren showcases some of its bridal fashions at the Holiday Inn MetroPlex in

City to try again for North Pool bids

The city will advertise for the North Pool job later this month. By DAVID SKOLNICK CITY HALL

Associated Press

Associated Press GAINING GROUND: The 2007 Toyota Yaris is an example of the tiny, affordable

Representing the triumph of Christ

One of the oldest traditional festivals in the country is the Boar's Head & amp; Yule Log


COURTS TRUMBULL COUNTY New complaints Beneficial Ohio INc. v. John W. Pauline et al,

Contest takes aim at frivolous suits

Wacky warnings lead people to disregard warnings, a group says. DETROIT (AP) -- Don't clean your

No. 1 Ohio State meets No. 2 Florida tonight for the national title.

No. 1 Ohio State meets No. 2 Florida tonight for the national title. By ROB TODOR VINDICATOR

Don't reduce prisoners; cut salaries and benefits

Opinion: Don't reduce prisoners; cut salaries and benefits EDITOR: I find the situation with the Mahoning

Features pique interest in subcompacts

The small cars are safer than they used to be and have perks such as Bluetooth. DETROIT (AP) --

Basket makes houseguests feel at home

Dear Readers: Make your houseguests feel right at home with a bag or basket filled with travel

Business News Digest

NATION Financial professionals predict modest growth NEW YORK -- After consulting their crystal

Expectations precede show

Apple is under pressure from fans and investors to keep innovating. SAN FRANCISCO (AP) --


JAPAN Yomiuri Shimbun, Tokyo, Jan. 3: U.S. President George W. Bush, in his first State of Union

Lessons of Enron: forgotten before they've been learned

Editorial: It appears that some federal regulators are prepared to forget the lessons of Enron even before the

Ellison's Jeffersonian values

Opinion: Sacramento Bee: Newly elected Minnesota Representative Keith Ellison, a Muslim, was officially sworn