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Stories published October 18, 2001

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

CLEVELAND Traficant to judge: Dismiss my case

The congressman says witnesses who made plea agreements should not be allowed to testify against

Valley impresses state panel

Opinion: It's not enough for members of the state High Technology Start-Up Business Committee to say how

Kind words to officers are greatly appreciated

Opinion: Kind words to officers are greatly appreciated EDITOR: Approximately two weeks ago, Deputy Andy

WARREN Jobs proposal up in the air

Some county commissioners say the one-stop relocation plan will be stalled. By STEPHEN SIFF

BOARDMAN Officials to update emergency plan

The plan will work in conjunction with county plans. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR STAFF

YOUNGSTOWN Council meeting

City council approved these items Wednesday: Authorized the board of control to make an agreement

Benefit hockey game

Benefit hockey game BOARDMAN -- Two area hockey teams will square off Saturday for charity. The

Warehouse powder

Warehouse powder YOUNGSTOWN -- City firefighters were called to a Toys "R" Us warehouse at 1500


LOCAL Flat Liners win 4-on-4 tourney YOUNGSTOWN -- The Division I Flat Liners of Youngstown

No anthrax found in 3 Warren reports

No anthrax found in 3 Warren reports WARREN -- Police here investigated three reports of

Miss Sutherland, Mr. Mauerman plan wedding

STRUTHERS -- Charles and Jennette Mauerman, 580 Maplewood St., are announcing the engagement of

AMERICAN STANDARD Salem plant eliminates salaried jobs

The company said it is cutting nearly 2 percent of its work force worldwide. SALEM -- Salaried

MURDER TRIAL Jurors hear videotaped statement

Defense attorneys asked for a mistrial but were denied. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR COURTHOUSE

Baby's autopsy information is unavailable

YOUNGSTOWN -- The cause of death for a city 11-month-old who died Oct. 11 will not be determined for

WASHINGTONVILLE Village council names new mayor

Donnalley said he'll have a lot to learn about being mayor. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM

Hearing set for man accused of deception in obtaining drugs

AUSTINTOWN -- A North Turner Road man is to appear in Mahoning County Court here next month, accused

Eagles members face charges of running a gambling house

WARREN -- City police arrested five members of the Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie 311 on charges of

LORDSTOWN Panel probes impact of levy loss on Nov. 6

The school district has the second lowest millage in Trumbull County. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR

Confusion over project resurfaces as pact for center control nears

Council is to meet Wednesday to talk about its view of the proposed contract. By ROGER G. SMITH

WARREN Eagles members face charges of running a gambling house

The arrests came after a yearlong investigation. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF

DIANE MAKAR MURPHY Growing food co-op stays true to original spirit

It's just the kind of place Dharma would shop (while Greg stayed home). Heck, Dharma's parents (if


FOOD SURPLUS Friends House Chapel Church, 192 Haseltine Ave., Youngstown, 9 to 10 a.m. Friday.

MCDONALD Village workers' pay increase will vary, councilman says

Police Chief Alan DeLuga has proposed pay raises of 4 percent to 6 percent. By TIM YOVICH

SHENANGO VALLEY West Middlesex seeks to join enterprise zone

Expanding the zone's boundaries will require the approval of five of the six municipalities.

UTILITIES Youngstown Thermal settles for 7 percent increase

THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN A 9 percent rate increase was first sought from council's utilities

SHARON Dems try to oust councilman for backing GOP candidate

The Republican candidate is actually a Democrat who won a write-in campaign on the GOP ticket. By


Joseph R. and Sandra (Campana) Casal, 2830 Lower Ridge, Rochester Hills, Mich., are announcing the

STATE GOLF TOURNAMENT Casi improves mental part of game

The track and field star will play in this weekend's state tournament in Columbus. By BRIAN

Owens-Snyder engagement is revealed

Announcement is being made of the coming marriage of Michelle Lee Owens, daughter of Bruce and Betty

WARREN CSC says parties are interested in buying whole mill

THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN Court records indicate some prospective buyers want to be assured they


POLITICAL ENDORSEMENTS United Auto Workers The Columbiana, Mahoning and Trumbull United Auto

YOUNGSTOWN Use of nonunion labor stalls funds

The nonprofit builder is scrambling to find the money some other way. By ROGER G. SMITH CITY

FBI agent: Awareness, preparedness are keys

The FBI opened 116 cases involving biological weapons in the U.S. last year. By IAN HILL


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Louis M. Orioha, 30, of 5076 Fifth Ave. Ext., Liberty, and

MINERAL RIDGE MVSD directors increase security

The FBI asked police last week to increase security around public water supplies. By DENISE DICK

SHARON Ceremony to remember victim of terror attack

Plaques honoring a police officer killed in the line of duty and area veterans will be placed on

VITULLO-SAADEY TRIAL Gains: Immunity was expedient

An unexpected visitor was in the federal courtroom Wednesday. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME

Three thefts reported in Austintown

AUSTINTOWN -- A copy machine, a color TV, and three curling irons are among the items stolen in the


Opinion: Toronto Globe and Mail: The ferocious U.S.-led air assault on Afghanistan has already claimed the

SUSPICIOUS MAIL Police advisory

The Mercer County Chiefs of Police Association has come up with a policy for handling suspicious

NILES New tattoo parlors banned

Officials plan to discuss a performance audit of the income tax department. By DENISE DICK

MAHONING COUNTY Federal grant will target gunmen

The money will be used to pay a new assistant prosecutor. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR COURTHOUSE

Youngstowner indicted

Youngstowner indicted CLEVELAND -- A federal grand jury has indicted a Youngstown man, charging

Agents seize pot plants in raid on EP home

Agents seize pot plants in raid on EP home EAST PALESTINE -- Acting on a tip, Columbiana County

YOUNGSTOWN Girl held in killing is moved

Jackie Colon has been placed at a treatment facility in Oklahoma, officials said. By BOB JACKSON

Miss Gunyula, Eric O'Brien to be married

POLAND -- Georgene Farris, 53 Greystone, is announcing the engagement of her daughter, Jennifer

SERIES Braves vs. Diamondbacks

Tuesday Arizona 2, Atlanta 0. Wednesday Atlanta 8, Arizona 1, series tied 1-1. Friday

U.S. Special Forces are poised for a strike.

U.S. Special Forces are poised for a strike. COMBINED DISPATCHES CAIRO, Egypt -- A veteran Al-

Niles football player faces drug arrest

Niles football player faces drug arrest NILES -- A McKinley High School football player won't

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St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Julieann McMahon and Brian Smith, 32 S. Maryland Ave., Youngstown, boy, Oct. 17.


Opinion: In the past, Liberty School District voters have demonstrated support for their local schools by

Tami Pichitino to be bride of Arthur Volpini

POLAND -- John and Dixie Pichitino of Poland are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Tami

Program shows Youngstown's bad side

The program relied heavily on file crime scene and courtroom footage. By PETER H. MILLIKEN

YOUNGSTOWN Investment group bids on YOH property

THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN If its bid is successful, the investor group will convert the vacant

HIGH SCHOOL PREVIEW Friday night football

URSULINE vs. BOARDMAN When: 7:30. Where: Boardman High Spartan Stadium. Boardman (6-2, 2-1

WARREN Jobs proposal remains up in the air

Some county commissioners say the one-stop relocation plan will be stalled. By STEPHEN SIFF