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Summary of police activity:

Summary of police activity: CANFIELD Oct. 10 Burglary: A female apartment owner reported a

CLEVELAND Deliberations continue in Vitullo-Saadey case

Conventional wisdom goes both ways when analyzing the time a jury takes to deliberate. By PATRICIA


ENDORSEMENTS 17th District Democrats The following candidates received the endorsement of the

YOUNGSTOWN Two-hour program offers look into dyslexia

Participants developed empathy for students with learning disabilities. By PETER H. MILLIKEN

'Formidable' Fabrizio overcomes disability

Theresa Fabrizio was born without a left arm, but she developed into a solid tennis player. By

VITULLO-SAADEY TRIAL Deliberations continue in case

Conventional wisdom goes both ways when analyzing the time a jury takes to deliberate. By PATRICIA

GIRLS SOCCER Canfield rebounds over Spartans

The Cardinals earned a rematch with Poland for the sectional title. By BILL SULLIVAN VINDICATOR

Brookfield Township trustee candidates have been invited to a debate 7 p.m. Oct. 29 at the township

Brookfield Township trustee candidates have been invited to a debate 7 p.m. Oct. 29 at the township


Opinion: Raleigh News & amp; Observer: President Bush understandably gave in to higher farm spending by

District approves smoking policy

SHARPSVILLE, Pa. -- Smokers who attend events on the grounds of the Sharpsville Area School District

FLU SHOTS Mahoning County

Mahoning County District Board of Health officials will be administering flu and pneumonia shots at

YSU FOOTBALL Linebacker Sivik anchors 'intense' Penguin defense

The senior has 16 tackles in his first six games. By PETE MOLLICA VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF

PREP FOOTBALL Ursuline likely to forfeit two games

A sophomore reserve played at least two games for the Irish despite being academically ineligible.

THE SERIES Braves vs. Diamondbacks

Tuesday: Arizona 2, Atlanta 0, Arizona leads series 1-0. Today: Atlanta (Glavine 16-7) at Arizona

Let those who want casino build it near their homes

Opinion: Let those who want casino build it near their homes EDITOR: This letter is addressed to all

YSU BASKETBALL Perseverance pays off for Patton

The senior earned an extra year of eligibility thanks to a grueling academic schedule. By PETE


AGENDA THURSDAY Jackson-Milton Board of Education, 6:30 p.m., elementary building library.

LORDSTOWN Career center board works on pact

LORDSTOWN -- Gordon D. James Career Center's advisory board has given school officials 30 days to

Stephanie Jardon, James Cummings to be married

Announcing their engagement are Stephanie Lane Jardon of Burbank, Calif., and James J. Cummings,

LEADERS YSU in NCAA rankings

TEAM STATISTICS (National leader in parentheses) Rushing Offense: YSU 3rd, 301.17 (Georgia

Powder not harmful

Powder not harmful YOUNGSTOWN -- A post office official said emergency workers who responded to a

Bridge work stays on schedule

SHARON, Pa. -- The Oakland Avenue Viaduct replacement project appears to be on schedule for a Nov.

MAILROOMS Security plan

What businesses can do to safeguard against bioterrorism attacks via the mail: UMinimize the

Items sent to reps are suspect

Send messages by fax or e-mail now that regular congressional mail is stopped, a Traficant aide

WASHINGTONVILLE Councilman stands in line to be mayor

Hartman said he does not want to be mayor. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU


THE MENU (FOR 12): *Pinto bean chili. *Cheesy corn-chili muffins. *Baby greens with purchased

WARREN Effort helps west side improve businesses

Beautification of the west side is under way, officials say. By AMANDA C. DAVIS VINDICATOR

AUSTINTOWN District's classrooms open to residents

By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER AUSTINTOWN -- Several Austintown parents are going back to

GAIL WHITE With songs in his heart, man sets shining example

If enthusiasm could be measured in degrees, Stanley Simmons would be at boiling point. "I don't

DIVISION I VOLLEYBALL Canfield ousted by Wadsworth in two

The Cardinals played without senior Kara Kalasky. VINDICATOR STAFF REPORT STOW -- The Canfield

Anthrax threats are taxing to local emergency workers

Trumbull County 911 has received 44 calls about suspicious mail since Monday. By STEPHEN SIFF

ELLSWORTH TOWNSHIP Project to fix sewage leak

Septic tanks have been discharging into Diehl Lake for 35 years, officials said. By BOB JACKSON


St. Elizabeth Vincent Tura and Tina Hoover-Tura, 1253 Redtail Hawk Court No. 5, Boardman, boy,

Students take a whack at jousting

Right, Nicole Krestel, a Youngstown State University student from Struthers, jousts in a contest

Mailrooms join the front lines of civil defense

Several local businesses have contacted the Mahoning County Emergency Management Agency for


YSU Volleyball team defeats Pittsburgh PITTSBURGH, Pa. -- Sophomore Colleen Royer recorded a

Officials warn of scam

A substance found in a letter mailed to a Salem address has not yet been identified. By NANCY

THE SERIES Yankees vs. Mariners

Today: New York at Seattle, 4:20 p.m. (Fox). Thursday: New York at Seattle, 8:20 p.m. (Fox).

Dinner honors woman

Dinner honors woman GIRARD -- There will be a dinner at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 25 in Willow Creek in honor

HUBBARD TOWNSHIP Ex-cop, officials differ on firing

A trustee said the former officer's firing had nothing to do with retaliation. By TIM YOVICH


SCHOOL BOARDS SOUTHINGTON The board took the following action Monday: URenewed a contract with

In second month after attack, America faces new challenge from biological agents

Opinion: Five weeks after the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, more than a thousand

Board recommends changes to legal definition of kennel

YOUNGSTOWN -- The city has been using the "duck" test on dogs, but suggested language in city law

Cops probe drive-by

Cops probe drive-by YOUNGSTOWN -- Police are investigating a South Side drive-by house shooting


By LAURA MEYN VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT Halloween can be fun for those of us who don't have an

WARREN CITY SCHOOLS Initial report card shows improvement in district

Parental involvement is the key to continued success, the superintendent said. By AMANDA C. DAVIS


Even though the city school district is still in academic emergency, the state's preliminary

United Way drive extended a week

Teams of volunteers will be visiting area businesses on Blitz Day. By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR

Tropical fish auction

Tropical fish auction LORDSTOWN -- Youngstown Area Tropical Fish Society will have its annual fall

YOUNGSTOWN Judge sets bond in beating case

The prosecutor said the suspect attacked the woman who fired him. By JoANNE VIVIANO VINDICATOR


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Cleveland A. Jackson, 36, of 67 N. Truesdale Ave., Youngstown,

YOUNGSTOWN City seeks consultant for its comprehensive plan

Officials will decide what the city can do in-house. By ROGER G. SMITH CITY HALL REPORTER

Stolen card was used in Saudi calls

The unauthorized calls were made to a suburb of Washington, D.C. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR

Better kicking game needed

If Youngstown State University's football team has any intention of extending its season into the

DELPHI AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEMS Increasing demand keeps plan on track

THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN The giant automotive supplier remains committed to growing business for

Heather DelSignore, Jason McDowell to be married in mid-November

The engagement of Heather M. DelSignore, 5220 E. Calla Road, New Middletown, and Jason P. McDowell,

YOUNGSTOWN Murderer refuses to testify at trial

Kevin Calwise refused to testify even after the judge said he had no Fifth Amendment protection.



Professor will speak at honors gathering

Professor will speak at honors gathering GREENVILLE, Pa. -- Dr. Theodore O. Wallin, a 1964 Thiel

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TRAFICANT CASE Motion fails to include 44 papers

The congressman has until Monday to file the proper paperwork. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR