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Stories published May 24, 2001

Please note, our last day of publication was Saturday, August 31, 2019.


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Robert W. Biel, 35, of 2471 Chaney Circle, Youngstown, and

LEETONIA Police chief seeks more dispatchers

Turnover is high among part-timers who leave for full-time opportunities. By NANCY TULLIS

Traffic study under way

Traffic study under way GROVE CITY, Pa. -- Motorists visiting Grove City Outlet Shops at state

Cards qualify for coaches tournament

CANFIELD -- The Canfield High tennis team defeated North Canton Hoover 3-2 Tuesday to win the

Man shot in ankle

Man shot in ankle YOUNGSTOWN -- Damon Jefferson, 26, of East Dewey Avenue received treatment at

COLUMBIANA CO. Board to weigh response to order

An Ohio Supreme Court appeal or a settlement are among the options being weighed. By NORMAN LEIGH

WARREN Former visitors bureau exec files lawsuit to get job back

The plaintiff says the board should be stopped from firing employees. WARREN -- The former


Dr. Roger Kahn, director of the state Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation's DNA

Ohio senators face shake-up

If Sen. Jeffords crosses party lines, the power shift will have little effect on Senate operations,

DIANE MAKAR MURPHY The persistence of the call brings man to priesthood

At 62, Joe Zamary will become a Catholic priest -- something he's been waiting to do his whole life.

BOARDMAN Better than a stereo

By VERONICA GORLEY VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER BOARDMAN -- Two hot pop musicians. Ten excited teens.

Taliban and Nazis have far too much in common

Opinion: In its relentless attacks on human rights, Afghanistan's ruling Taliban militia -- not content with

YOUNGSTOWN Doctor's lawsuit seeks $20 million from Anthem

The doctor says his contract was canceled despite low costs and high success rate. YOUNGSTOWN -- A

NESHANNOCK TOWNSHIP Supervisors still waiting for new street names

Residents were asked to name the roads they live on to aid 911 emergency crews. By VIRGINIA ROSS

AYERS STREET Fed up, then owning up

An East Side man set fire to the house, then tried to douse it with a garden hose. By BOB JACKSON

TENNIS Boys from Howland, Ursuline and Canfield ready for state tournament

VINDICATOR STAFF REPORT COLUMBUS -- Canfield High's Shalin Shah and Chris Kuppler, the Division I

YOUNGSTOWN Ohio Supreme Court dismisses Lordi's appeal

The former commissioner said the case has been a mental, physical and financial strain. By BOB

House should follow Senate and pass insurance measure

Opinion: The overwhelming vote in the Senate for a bill designed to address the problems created by recent

Taking puppy, love to an ill child

A desperate New Jersey mother got her message answered all the way from the Mahoning Valley. By

Hours-of-service law should apply to nurses

Opinion: Hours-of-service law should apply to nurses EDITOR: It seems that everyone has an opinion as to

A new way to send information to us

A new way to send information to us YOUNGSTOWN -- The Vindicator has added an e-mail address so

TRUMBULL COUNTY Former director files suit

The plaintiff says the board should be stopped from firing employees. WARREN -- The former

HIGH SCHOOL PREVIEW Regional baseball

DIVISION I Where: Thurman Munson Memorial Stadium, Canton. Schedule: Friday -- Mayfield (24-4) vs.

Former official files suit to get job back

WARREN -- The former executive director of the Trumbull County Convention and Vistors Bureau wants

Warren fire chief goes on extended sick leave

Warren fire chief goes on extended sick leave WARREN -- Fire Chief Jay Mulligan has placed himself

Message aimed at students

AUSTINTOWN -- If more teen-age drivers buckled up every time they get in the car, fewer front-seat

RESULTS Safety by the numbers

Results of the three-month Mahoning Safe Communities campaign: In February: Average seat-belt use

WARREN In 59 years, Rotarian was never tardy -- that is, until they threw him a party

In nearly 60 years he's never missed a Rotary meeting. By REBECCA SLOAN VINDICATOR

LOWELLVILLE Couple bears up after fire

The Kolats lost everything when their trailer burned early this month. By PHIL NOVAK VINDICATOR

HERMITAGE City selling land for the widening of state Route 18

PennDOT will pay the city more than $130,000 for two strips of land. By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR

NILES City officials work on plan to supply water to GM plant

GM is asking the state for worker training grants and tax incentives. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR

YOUNGSTOWN Other council action

City council members dealt with these issues Wednesday: During a special meeting, approved a fact

McVeigh lawyers get more FBI documents

McVeigh lawyers get more FBI documents WASHINGTON -- Hundreds more pages of FBI investigative


UNDERCLASS (9TH-10TH GRADE) Bantamweight Juan Vega (Campbell Memorial, 3-0) won by default.

PROFILE Lynn M. Cavalier

Name: Lynn M. Cavalier. Hometown: North Canton, now living in New Wilmington, Pa. Occupation:

Grants for public water

Grants for public water HILLSVILLE, Pa. -- People with low or moderate incomes could be eligible

MVSD Ex-director of board to defend self in lawsuit

'What do I need a lawyer for?' the former MVSD board director asked. By DAVID SKOLNICK

Road project is expected to begin in summer

LISBON -- A nearly $1 million road improvement project is expected to begin this summer for a busy

MAHONING VALLEY Officials promote seat-belt campaign

The stepped-up enforcement runs Friday through Memorial Day. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME

Humane Society removes 6 dogs, 4 cats

SANDY LAKE, Pa. -- The Humane Society of Mercer County, armed with a search warrant, has seized six

REGIONAL TRACK & amp; FIELD Page leads area pack of qualifiers

The Hubbard junior won the shot put on the first day of regional competition. By MARK W. MILLER

WARREN Packard out of luck in asking for liquor license

No more liquor licenses are available in the city. By JENNINE ZELEZNIK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF

Film has lots of flash but offers far too little substance

The main characters of 'Pearl Harbor' are too one-dimensional to give soul to the film's love

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WARREN Officials appoint former critic to children services board

Atty. John Leopardi had criticized the board after a term as a member. WARREN -- Atty. John

HOWLAND New dog law draws ire, support of residents

A local attorney promises to represent violators for free. By STEPHEN SIFF VINDICATOR TRUMBULL

St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Lisa Jones and Robert L. Burney, 46 E. Judson Ave., Youngstown, girl, May 21

EDUCATION Bill would require use of U.S. steel

There is no money for school construction projects in the education bill. By DAVID SKOLNICK

OHIO HOUSE Measure to affect policy for hiring

This is the first bill introduced by the freshman legislator. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR