for July 22, 2007

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Stories published July 22, 2007

Valley PONY tournament gets good reviews at official opening

WARREN — Bob Bonfiglio, a coach with a Bedford, N.H., girls fast pitch team, couldn’t

Volunteers serve as advocates for abused, neglected kids

YOUNGSTOWN — Nearly 19 years ago, Renee Battafarano saw an article in the newspaper promoting

Hubbard mayor: We won't tolerate loud music from vehicles

<p>HUBBARD — Robert Nicholson, 21, of Hillview Drive, likes to turn up the volume on the

Yellow Duck Park closed; property transfers to new owner

CANFIELD — A private swim club in Green Township that was the subject of a court battle will

Trumbull County engineer hires third relative

WARREN – Trumbull County Engineer John D. Latell Sr. has hired a third relative to work for

St. Vincent de Paul renovates dining hall, closes thrift store

YOUNGSTOWN — The St. Vincent de Paul Society’s dining hall is undergoing a $71,500

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Oakland's Stage proves versatile

The Oakland Center for the Arts' "The Stage" proves its ability to handle many facets of entertainment.

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