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City woman cited for child endangering

YOUNGSTOWN — Police said they filed a citation for child endangerment against an East Warren News Podcast for July 20, 2007

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Cardinal Joint Fire District getting a new pumper tanker next year

CANFIELD — Beginning early next year, the Cardinal Joint Fire District should have a new

Packard Museum hosting car show this weekend

WARREN — A look at the Mahoning Valley’s car-building past will be on display at the

Many residents support city's zero-tolerance policy

YOUNGSTOWN — Police stopped Thomas Spivey of Poland twice during the first phase of the

Salem man dies in accident at his job

SALEM — The Mahoning County Coroner’s office and Goshen Township Police are

Miami Avenue house damaged in blaze

YOUNGSTOWN — An abandoned Miami Avenue house sustained $10,000 damage in a fire early this

Former Lawrence Co. nursing home stripped of its copper

NEW CASTLE, Pa. — Vandals have stripped Lawrence County’s former nursing home of all of

Balloon Quest under way in New Castle

NEW CASTLE, Pa. — The Western Pennsylvania Balloon Quest is under way through Sunday at

Mahoning commish award pact for Spring Common Bridge

YOUNGSTOWN — The Mahoning County commissioners have awarded the two-year Spring Common Bridge

Pine Lake Road in Goshen closed for two days next week

GOSHEN — West Pine Lake Road from state Route 534 to Smith-Goshen Road will be closed July 25-

Boardman man donates $10,000 to help ill woman

BOARDMAN —  Philanthropist Tony Lariccia said he has decided to donate $10,000 dollars to

Cheapest gas | $2.879 in Struthers

The cheapest gas in the area today is $2.879 at the Morgan Oil on 127 Lowellville Road in Struthers,

Plans for new library to be unveiled

YOUNGSTOWN — Plans for the new library on the corner of East High Avenue and Early Road are

Memorial service set for late YSU provost

YOUNGSTOWN — A memorial prayer service for the late Dr. Robert K. Herbert is scheduled for 10

Authorities mulling where to try man accused in agent's shooting

YOUNGSTOWN — Prosecutors are meeting with federal agents today to determine the proper place

Liberty standoff guy arraigned on 13 charges

YOUNGSTOWN — Bobby Mock’s lengthy criminal career may be over for good, after he was

The Wellington Avenue Bridge is open

YOUNGSTOWN — The Wellington Avenue bridge over Interstate 680 has reopened. I-680 will

I-80 eastbound to be one lane in Austintown tonight

AUSTINTOWN — Interstate 80 eastbound just before Turner Road will be reduced to one lane from

WEDDING NEWS | Engagements announced

Check out the Society Section in today's <em>Vindicator</em> and on for the News Podcast for July 19, 2007

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NFL’s position on Vick will be guided by law

The QB and three associates must appear next week on charges handed up Tuesday. RICHMOND, Va. (AP)


WOMEN’S NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE WLPctGB Indiana164.800— Detroit155.7501 New York1010.5006


DAY’S RECAP Tour de France Stage: The race reached its midway point as it moved out of the Alps


ATP DUTCH OPEN RESULTS At Amersfoort, Netherlands Purse: $487,000 (Intl. Series) Surface:


WESTERN & SOUTHERN WOMEN’S OPEN At Mason, Ohio Singles First Round Yuan Meng, China, def.

WNBA ROUNDUP | Wednesday’s games

Shock 87, Liberty 82 AUBURN HILLS, Mich. — Cheryl Ford had 19 points and 18 rebounds, and Deanna


WEDNESDAY’S PAN AMERICAN GAMES Badminton Men Doubles Gold medal Mike Beres and William

Doping rumors return; Vasseur wins 10th stage

The Tour de France reached its midpoint on Wednesday. MARSEILLE, France (AP) — Halfway through the

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