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Stories published October 19, 2001

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

YOUNGSTOWN Hope is focus of speaker's key message

Start toward an education immediately, no matter what the situation, she said. By ROGER G. SMITH


LOCAL Change in venue The Fitch High girls soccer team will travel to North Canton Hoover for a

BOARDMAN Chamber trade show proves to be a sure bet

Nearly 100 exhibitors displayed their goods and services. By CYNTHIA VINARSKY VINDICATOR

AUSTINTOWN SKATE PARK Extreme excitement

A new Austintown skate park is tapping into a growing local interest in extreme sports. By



Bipartisanship necessary for solving budget crisis

Opinion: At a time when Republican President George W. Bush recognizes the wisdom of reaching out to

YOUNGSTOWN YSU formally installs Sweet as president during ceremony

The ceremony occurs amid grumbling about the expense and timing. By RON COLE VINDICATOR STAFF

THE SERIES Braves vs. Diamondbacks

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

UNION TOWNSHIP Residents question candidates running for supervisor job

One candidate said he wouldn't change the volunteer fire department to a full-time operation. By

Flask's trial will go ahead

The civil case against the former MVSD board director is set for Monday. By DAVID SKOLNICK

TWO-DEEP CHART YSU vs. Illinois State

YOUNGSTOWN STATE OFFENSE LT(73) Pat Crummey (6-4, 285, Sr.)(66) Josh Davis (6-5, 280, So.)

Man is found dead

Man is found dead CAMPBELL -- The body of Victor H. Saulsberry, 39, of 85 Gordon Ave., was

CROSS COUNTRY Mooney's Zajac ready for district

The defending champion spent most of the season recovering from a stress fracture. By JOE SCALZO


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Samuel Calderone, 33, of 117 N. Garland Ave., Youngstown, and


Opinion: Chicago Tribune: To recap: The economy took a hit Sept. 11. The economy was already edging toward

United rallies for win

By JOHN BUTERA VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT SALEM -- In a marathon volleyball match which lasted


SPECIAL EVENTS, SEASONS Gun and knife show, Nov. 3 & amp; 4, Valley View Expo Center,

English's offices open

English's offices open HERMITAGE, Pa. -- The closing of the House of Representatives office

SOCCER Parks' goal nets Ursuline 1-0 win

The winning goal came in the final six minutes to oust West Branch from Division II play. By BILL

FARRELL Eyewitness identifies shooting suspect

The bullet casings came from the same type of weapon described by the witness. By HAROLD GWIN


PEACE AWARDS Mayor's Task Force Winners of the 2001 Peace Awards, to be given Monday night by

WARREN Sprint to lay off 63 and cut call center

Laid-off employees will be offered early retirement or can bid on other positions. VINDICATOR

Canfield boys blank Poland

CANFIELD -- Zach Bezyak scored a goal on an assist by Julian Donosrio with 10 minutes remaining in

HERMITAGE COG seeks recreation grants

Most of the grants are for playground improvements. HERMITAGE, Pa. -- The Mercer County Regional


CLUBS Sight-in day scheduled The Fish & amp; Game Club of Vienna will hold its annual

City revises turning-lane plan

Merchants will get parking spaces back at West State Street and Water Avenue. By HAROLD GWIN

Racism, a problem of the heart, can be addressed

Opinion: Racism, a problem of the heart, can be addressed EDITOR: This letter is in response to the Oct.

PREP VOLLEYBALL Brookfield upends Mineral Ridge

Jen Ford sparked the unseeded Warriors, who next face No. 3 seed Champion. By JOE SCALZO

GAIL WHITE Mixing arts makes kids dance classes magical

"Hello everybody. So glad to see you!" sings Laura Pellegrini, director of The Boardman Dance

United Way drive nears halfway point

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- The Lawrence County United Way is nearly halfway to its 2001 fund-raising goal.

HUBBARD School requests heart devices

The principal is looking to buy two more heart defibrillators. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL

WARREN 5 plead innocent to gaming charge

Conviction could bring up to six months in jail and a $1,000 fine for each. By PEGGY SINKOVICH

Where to find products still made in America?

Opinion: Where to find products still made in America? EDITOR: On Columbus Day I took some time to go

THE SERIES Yankees vs. Mariners

Wednesday New York 4, Seattle 2. Thursday New York 3, Seattle 2, New York leads series 2-0.

CROSS COUNTRY District weekend

Five teams, plus those individuals not on a qualifying team who finish in the top 15 positions,

SHARON Council to aid in housing project

The housing units would provide shelter for up to two years for victims of abuse. By HAROLD GWIN

Fall turkey season off to a good start

COLUMBUS -- Turkey hunters harvested 1,489 wild turkeys during the first five days of Ohio's sixth

YOUNGSTOWN CIVIC CENTER Board, project finalists bargain

Negotiations with finalists will continue until there's a contract with the city. By ROGER G.

YOUNGSTOWN Parking for disabled will be set up at courthouse

The spaces will be off the street so people can safely get in and out of their cars. By BOB

Veterans viaduct?

Veterans viaduct? SHARON, Pa. -- Should the new Oakland Avenue Viaduct get a new name? It's a

SCOTT SHALAWAY Sometimes grouse do the darndest things

Sometimes the behavior of birds is difficult to explain. A cardinal, for example, might battle its

Hubbard rolls over Liberty to an easy tournament win

BOARDMAN -- Amy Falhamer scored eight points and made three aces, leading Hubbard High to a 15-1,

The Vindicator/Lindsay Semple

The Vindicator/Lindsay Semple ROLL OF THE DICE: Ron Killian of Stiver and Associates in Hubbard

The record speaks for itself

Opinion: "If it ain't broke, why fix it," is an inappropriately ungrammatical question to ask in a school

CLEVELAND Tax cheats to pay penalty

IRS-imposed penalties and interest could more than double the scrap dealers' tax liability.

Adventist guest day

Adventist guest day YOUNGSTOWN -- Temple Emmanuel Seventh-day Adventist Church will have its

A Mahoning County grand jury handed up indictments against these people Thursday:

A Mahoning County grand jury handed up indictments against these people Thursday: Lexter C.


ADVISERS X4-H Saddle Horse Advisers will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Ohio State University Trumbull

YSU forum focuses on bin Laden

The head of the Islamic studies center said the terrorism suspect is winning the propaganda war.

COLUMBIANA COUNTY Ex-teacher receives 6 years in killing plot

The defendant provided the would-be killer with a gun, the prosecutor said. By NANCY TULLIS

URSULINE FOOTBALL Irish awaiting word on OHSAA decision

If Ursuline has to forfeit four games they still might get to the playoffs with two more wins. By

MVSD Lawsuit against Gilbane tossed

Ohio's attorney general will fight the ruling. By JEFF ORTEGA VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT

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MAHONING VALLEY Incentives perk up sales at area auto showrooms

Despite the Sept. 11 attacks, sales rose 21 percent at area car dealers last month. By DON

Red Cross sees a surge in first-time donors

Last month, 31.7 percent of people who donated in the region were first-timers. By PETER H.

Time will determine Hart's legacy

Down the road, it will be interesting to see what John Hart's Cleveland Indians legacy will be.


By DEBORA SHAULIS ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR This city isn't just an upcoming stop for actor Dick


IF YOU GO 'The Sunshine Boys' When: 8 p.m. next Thursday. Where: Edward W. Powers Auditorium,

City OKs plan to relocate Colonial Metal

HERMITAGE, Pa. -- City commissioners gave their approval Thursday to a land development plan that

GATEWAY Penguins eye sixth victory Saturday

Youngstown State is home to winless Illinois State in a Gateway Conference game. By PETE MOLLICA


YOUNGSTOWN Board of control The city's board of control -- the mayor, law and finance directors

Packard band workers receive pay raises

Packard band workers receive pay raises WARREN -- Conductors and employees of the W.B. Packard

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL Standings and schedule

CITY SERIES ConferenceAll games WLPtsOPWLPtsOP Chaney208507120251 Canton

Two struggling teams

Two struggling teams There will be a lot of unhappiness to go around when Ohio State plays host to

JACK WOLLITZ Top 10 mysteries of the angling world

Great mysteries exist in nature that cannot by explained despite the fact our collective knowledge

MIKE BRAUN Keep an eye out for deer

It's getting to be that time of year when you need to be extra cautious when you go driving in the


Forum Health Northside Dale and Allison Harris, 108 Wildwood Drive, Boardman, boy, Oct. 12.

TRAFICANT CASE Federal view: No new issues

Federal prosecutors say the congressman completely misinterpreted the law in one argument. By