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MVTWB-S Points per game40.456.8 Opp. pts. per game42.631.6 Rushing/game46.619.0

TCI names officer, employee of 2008

LEAVITTSBURG — The Trumbull Correctional Institution has named Curtis L. Green as the Correction


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BASEBALL Youngstown Express — little b league team seeks players age 15-16. Call (330) 540-7077.

Wright State pounds YSU baseball team

NILES — Wright State starter Alex Kaminsky threw six scoreless innings, and the Youngstown State

Firing shots leads to jail for Youngstown man

Firing shots leads to jail for Youngstown man MERCER, Pa. — A judge in Mercer County Common Pleas

How will scandal affect other Ohio political races?

Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann has become an election-year live wire. Though he is more than two

Thunder rookie Driscoll leads the sack attack

The college safety has found indoor sacks harder to produce. YOUNGSTOWN — Through five

Peanuts theme hits Cedar Point

The 1.25-acre Planet Snoopy will feature rides, games and live appearances by Peanuts characters.


MEN Transit Services (Knoll Run) — Low gross: Mike Bosio 39, Bob Zetts 40, Ken Bochenek, Mike

Joke items tickle the fancy of many fans

Jokes spread quickly today via the Internet or television, and satire can be found in comic strips,

After losing job, ex-mayor in dognap scandal loses dog

McALLEN, Texas (AP) — A custody case that wrecked a small-town south Texas mayor’s political career


REGION FedEx official to speak at Athena Award dinner YOUNGSTOWN — Virginia C. Albanese,

Iraqis are flocking to revitalized Baghdad Zoo

BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) — Families stroll the park’s sidewalks and picnic in the shade as laughing

YSU nabs JUCO transfers, Cle. VASJ standout Ward

Each of the junior college players has two years left. YOUNGSTOWN — The Youngstown State men’s

To unwind, many go fly a kite

Kites ranged from very high to very low in price and covered every color of the rainbow.

Combining public safety responsibilities wouldn’t work in Youngstown

EDITOR: Increasingly, government and taxpayers are looking for ways of getting more bang for their

Browns watch, wait for 2nd day

Cleveland has four picks today, beginning with No. 122 in the fourth round. BEREA (AP) — A year

New rides await at Kennywood, Idlewild

A spooky ride and a mudslide are what’s in store for visitors. WEST MIFFLIN, Pa. — Get ready


area Curbstoners BOARDMAN — Joe Malmisur, the former athletic director for Youngstown State

Turning Technologies heads to its new home

ON THE MOVE “After being in the other building with no windows, everybody’s excited about the


Several people were sentenced Friday in Mercer County Common Pleas Court. According to court

Cleaning time for humidifiers

Avoid the winter rush by taking care of the task now. Hallelujah: It’s nearly time to turn off

Organizers plan a two-day event this summer with a variety of events. They are seeking donations to

Organizers plan a two-day event this summer with a variety of events. They are seeking donations to

After 102 years, souvenir shop will be closing its doors

‘Bureaucratic process fatigue’ is what finally did the family in. GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK,

National Volunteer Week observed by cancer society

YOUNGSTOWN — The American Cancer Society is observing National Volunteer Week today through May 3 by

selected stocks

STOCK, DIVIDENDCLOSECHANGE Aqua America, .50, 18.04 .05 Avalon Holdings,5.05—.21 Clear


YOUNGSTOWN STATE Today — Softball at Valparaiso, noon Tuesday — Softball at Pitt (DH), 2 p.m.

Two rounds, no calls

Manningham slides as area players wait for second day At least five Valley standouts are expected

STANDOUTS | Area bowling news

Randy Wiscott had 300 in Variety Mixed at Holiday on March 29 and Rich Kady had his first 300 and

Zedakers mark 50th anniversary during reception

X HUBBARD — Family members and friends gathered at the gymnasium of Pleasant Valley Evangelical

Vindicator file photo

Vindicator file photo APRIL 23, 1938: An estimated 80,000 people lined the three mile route

Guide gives some tips on faith-based trips

Guide gives some tips on faith-based trips NASHVILLE — A guide to faith-based trips is out called

ROUNDUP Saturday’s other games

AMERICAN LEAGUE Tigers 6, Angels 4 DETROIT — Placido Polanco and Magglio Ordonez each drove in a

Medical Society and Alliance honor Sankovic as Gem of Year

YOUNGSTOWN — The Mahoning County Medical Society and Alliance had a joint dinner meeting April 11

NOLA gets more visitors

NOLA gets more visitors A recent New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corp. survey showed visitation to


FOUNDATION GIVING By the numbers The Youngstown Foundation Distribution Committee — William

Ohio amendment to provide veteran bonuses is good idea

Ohio amendment to provide veteran bonuses is good idea EDITOR: The constitutional amendment


THURSDAY X Sweetbriar will meet at 6 p.m.for a visit to Gilmore’s Greenhouse. The hostess will be

For college students, unpaid internships can still pay off

The average college intern is paid $16.33 an hour. CHICAGO — Thomas Kemeny applied for an unpaid

Tax rebate

Tax rebate What to expect Details on the federal economic stimulus plan: SCHEDULE Direct

Wetsuit gets penguin back in the swim

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — What’s black and white and warm all over? A penguin in a wetsuit, naturally.

Agency set to recognize volunteers in the Valley

BOARDMAN — Volunteer Services Agency Inc. is kicking off National Volunteer Week 2008 in the

Area Toastmasters win competition

Area Toastmasters win competition YOUNGSTOWN — Roy Thomas and David Casey, members of Youngstown

Scholarship brunch planned by Black Nurses Association

Special to The Vindicator EVENT PLANNERS: Members of the Youngstown/Warren Black Nurses

A worldwide attraction

Visits by international tourists rise A weak dollar is making the trip more attractive to


TUESDAY XMiriam Chapter 278, OES, will celebrate its 100th birthday at a special meeting at 7:30


TODAY St. Elizabeth Health Center Donor Room, 1044 Belmont Ave., Youngstown, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call

NHL PLAYOFFS Penguins vs. Rangers

Friday: Pittsburgh 5, N.Y. Rangers 4, Pittsburgh leads series 1-0 Today: N.Y. Rangers at

Penn St. coach to speak to alums

The Lawrence County Penn State Alumni Association is rolling out the red carpet for its banquet on


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