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Woman's skill weaves a story of American cottage industry

Many of the looms were manufactured when weaving was a popular cottage industry. By NANCY TULLIS

Two dozen people were waiting when a new Salem store opened at 7 a.m.

Two dozen people were waiting when a new Salem store opened at 7 a.m. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR

Boosting international ties, couple from Cuba visits church

The husband and wife specialize in marriage and family relationships. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR

Restaurateurs look to score big with game

Fans can start the big game day as early as 6 a.m. with kegs and eggs specials. By NANCY TULLIS

Water rates will rise 11 percent next year

The city will end the year with a 200,000 general fund deficit. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR

Input sought on Hazel proposal

Consultants favor a two-way extension of Hazel Street from Commerce Street to Lincoln Avenue. By

Citizens urged to take charge of neighborhoods

The notion that people in low-income areas don't care is a myth, a panelist said. By NANCY TULLIS

3 men die, likely from carbon monoxide

Family members found the three men, but they could not get into the house. By NANCY TULLIS

Local stars help light up a Dark Xmas

One local director studied photography at YSU. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER

Grand jury indicts couple in theft, insurance fraud

A corrections officer said county jail inmates dissatisfied with a meal began throwing food. By

Poet says libraries help people better their lives

The poet said his work is shaped by history and his experience. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR STAFF

Chief: Funds needed for school cop

The chief said funding a school resource officer is money well spent. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR

A how-to guide on calls to the wild

Hunting coyotes at night is not a good idea, the speaker said. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR STAFF

Fight erupts; 2 sisters get into trouble

A spokesman said the sisters went out of their way to join a hallway fight. By NANCY TULLIS

Council approves 60,000 for court

Several residents spoke out against any timber harvesting in city parks. By NANCY TULLIS

Calif. lawmaker touts benefits of education and hard work

The Democratic congresswoman from California is an attorney and a union member. By NANCY TULLIS

Speakers educate community on disabilities

People with disabilities worked to ensure the Chevrolet Centre has adequate access for their peers.

Speaker: Help stop genocide

There is no reconciliation without healing and no healing without forgiveness, the speaker said.

As home marks its 20th year, Ronald McDonald pays a visit

Volunteers provide hot meals, warm beds and compassion, the director said. By NANCY TULLIS

Attorneys try to save city worker's job

The mayor said city employees were advised not to move while residency laws are in question. By

Turnout baffles mayor

The mayor said the city water plant has become a liability. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR STAFF

Some people say the terrorism threat is worse today than five years ago.

Some people say the terrorism threat is worse today than five years ago. By NANCY TULLIS

With a big 'Welcome home,' troops return to Hermitage

The unit helped fuel military operations in Kuwait, Afghanistan and Iraq. By NANCY TULLIS

City, YSU officials note success of plan, discuss what to do next

About 400 of YSU's 13,000 students live off campus in downtown housing. By NANCY TULLIS

Residents hear details about improvements

All work will be done within the city's right-of-way on South Broad Street, officials said. By

A latecomer, chick heads out into world

Officials said 18 pairs of peregrine falcons attempted nests in Ohio. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR

Removal of cats is sought

Angels for Animals staff will euthanize the sick and dying cats, an official said. By NANCY TULLIS

Dems rally for Strickland for governor

The mayor said Strickland knows there are no great states without great cities. By NANCY TULLIS

Blue-ribbon burger

The award-winning burger features the diner's own gourmet barbecue sauce. By NANCY TULLIS

Commissioners grilled about Oakhill and jail

Officials said Oakhill expenses are about $32,000 per month. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR STAFF

Hurdles mount for sale

The attorney general says rules for buying nonprofit holdings weren't followed. By NANCY TULLIS

Initial Oakhill costs set at $6M

The purchase alone will cost the county about $1 million, officials said. By NANCY TULLIS

CCA director criticizes loss of recycling contract

The CCA director said deputies should be assigned to the jail, not to a recycling program. By

Plaza's owner demands repairs

The county's legal interpretation of the lease is substantially different from Cafaro's, an official

MAHONING COUNTY Oakhill sale spurs lawsuit from Cafaro

The lawsuit calls the purchase 'secretive and unlawful.' By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER

Mahoning County will have a high voter-machine ratio

By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- Voting machines required for sight-

Auditor: How will McGuffey Plaza repairs be funded?

Landlord Anthony Cafaro Sr. warned of relocation costs in June. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR STAFF

Vote set for $73K deal to recycle

By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- Mahoning County commissioners are

Vendors ply their deep-fried trade in quest to satiate fairgoers' tastes

Many food vendors said business has been slow because of the hot weather. By NANCY TULLIS

At Delphi Packard, a lifetime of work ends with a signature

Delphi officials asked people to volunteer to leave Aug. 1. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR STAFF

Dairy Boosters hope to publicize their trade

The group helps schools pay for milk vending machines. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER

Council to pursue levy

The revenue would not be used for salaries, officials said. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR STAFF

Cattle group feeds fair every year

The cattlemen are from Columbiana, Mahoning and Trumbull counties. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR

Night Out works to fight crime

Residents said they enjoyed the event, which grows bigger each year. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR

Heat punishes livestock, people

A woman offering psychic readings got her start at Idora Park. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR STAFF

Teen finds home with Valley family

The family has welcomed Vika into their Sugarcamp Drive home for five years. By NANCY TULLIS

Viva Italia as festival kicks off

Those attending traded stories of what it was like to grow up Italian. By NANCY TULLIS

WRTA sees contract with drivers renewed

New hires will receive 60 percent of the top pay determined in the contract's second year. By

Court ruling on landfill won't end opposition

Members plan to be more vocal at city council and township trustee meetings. By NANCY TULLIS

Cell phone enhanced 911 service gets closer

The enhanced 911 service will cost taxpayers about $650,000 a year. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR

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