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Stories published September 15, 2001

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

Traficant crosses the line with speech on terrorism

Opinion: Making outrageous comments from the well of the U.S. House of Representative is Congressman James A.

Residents unite in one cause

People of various faiths and occupations asked for cooperation during Friday's ceremonies.

JUDAISM Holy days

Jews will celebrate three holidays in the coming weeks. The holidays include: Rosh Hashanah:

Poland native recalls shock

The Navy commander expects to be back at work in the Pentagon on Monday. By IAN HILL VINDICATOR

STRUTHERS Wildcats even record at 2-2

Howland won its fourth straight while Salem and Niles lost. By CHAD KRISPINSKY VINDICATOR

TRI-COUNTY LEAGUE Crestview ends OT jinx with win over Leetonia

Joe Leskosky came up big on defense to preserve the victory. By JOHN BUTERA VINDICATOR

COLUMBIANA COUNTY Group tries to raise funds

Now that it has landed its tax-exempt status, the group says it may be able to gather more

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CANFIELD FAIR Floral design

Floral design and plant winners from Choffin Career and Technical Center: HORTICULTURE II

TRAFICANT'S CASE Judge rejects request for more time

The congressman assured the judge in July that he already had his evidence. By PATRICIA MEADE

THE PENTAGON Staff sergeant has grim duties

The Boardman native is among those who met President Bush when he visited the Pentagon crash site.

In wake of attack, The Coup pulls artwork

In wake of attack, The Coup pulls artwork Before Tuesday, the cover liner of the new CD by the

Chaney High School graduate tells of fears for friends' safety

The singer's biopsy has been delayed because his doctor had to take a bus from Denver to New York.


GETTING IT RIGHT A couple of times were incorrect concerning activities related to Lowellville Day

WARREN SCHOOLS Police seek person behind bomb threat

WARREN -- Police are searching for the person who told officials that a bomb was set to go off

YOUNGSTOWN 2 charged in plan to sell cough syrup

The drug sells on the street for $125 to $150 an ounce. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR COURTHOUSE


FRIDAY'S SCORES AREA Chaney 42, Campbell Memorial 7 Struthers 27, Rayen 12 Canfield 27,

YOUNGSTOWN Elections board lets candidate back on ballot

The elections board also refunded the Campbell candidate's $30 write-in fee. By DAVID SKOLNICK

Harding aces Ursuline test

Korey Stringer and his family were honored at halftime. By CHUCK HOUSTEAU VINDICATOR

INTER-COUNTY LEAGUE South Range is 4-0; Mathews rallies to win

Lowellville nipped McDonald, 18-14. MINERAL RIDGE -- Brad Johnson rushed 10 times for 61 yards and

EQUESTRIAN Stables provide a 'de-stressor'

All 15 teams will compete in an Oct. 21 show at Westminster's home stables. By PETER H. MILLIKEN

YOUNGSTOWN Goldberg's creditors face a filing deadline

Those who don't file by Nov. 16 can't stake a claim to Goldberg's assets. By BOB JACKSON

BOARDMAN Auction wouldn't affect store, owner says

THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN An owner said the business is strong and will continue operating, even

RABBI KOLKO Comfort found in poem

Hayyim Nahman Bialik wrote "The City of Slaughter" in 1903 in the aftermath of the Kishinev pogrom.


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Jerald R. Caruso, 33, of 503 Hyatt Ave., Campbell, and Lisa M.


PEOPLE Hope program YOUNGSTOWN -- A five-part discussion series, "Rediscovering Youngstown's

TRUMBULL COUNTY Career center leader submits resignation

TCTC's top administrator worked her way up the ladder, from teacher to superintendent. By AMANDA

Tattoo parlor charge

Tattoo parlor charge GIRARD -- Police have charged David L. Talbot, 36, with operating an illegal

TRI-COUNTY LEAGUE E. Palestine stops Columbiana in OT

Lisbon beat Sebring 47-14. EAST PALESTINE -- The East Palestine High football team stopped

CAMPBELL McElroy, Serrano spark Chaney

The Red Devils were able to avert a shutout. By GREG GULAS VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT CAMPBELL

Rabbis explain the purity of observances

Webster's defines pure as unmixed with any other matter. Christian holidays, especially Christmas,

Lesson one: failure hurts

Opinion: The Sharon City School Board is still grappling with its "No F" policy. When proposed almost two

Who would go to war? Answers vary

Some college students were fearful at the thought of going to war, but others said they'd sign up.

Love conquers all: Couples prove adage true

Couples are making their wedding days special, even if their plans have changed. VINDICATOR

Poland earns win in titlists' thriller

The Bulldog defense held high-scoring Canton Central Catholic to 14 points. By BRIAN RICHESSON

Lawyer pulls out as counsel in Girard case

WARREN -- A judge has granted an attorney's request to withdraw as legal counsel for the former

TRUMBULL COUNTY Southington blue jay died of West Nile virus

Officials say there are protective steps everyone can take. By STEPHEN SIFF VINDICATOR STAFF

SHARON New York-bound, couple will search for daughter

The couple said their daughter's employer helped arrange for them to stay in a family assistance

MAHONING VALLEY Duzzny: Help is best spread out over time

Four Canfield police officers have volunteered to go to New York. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR

LORDSTOWN Village is looking for residents to serve on improvement panel

The Community Improvement Corporation, established by ordinance in the 1980s, last met in 1996. By


VINDICATOR STAFF REPORT Among the many moments of silence held to honor the victims of Tuesday's

MAHONING CO. Trustees OK plan to lease building

The new Poland library is expected to open Nov. 5. By MARALINE KUBIK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


SEPT. 12, 2001 -- ALL ACCOUNTED FOR I am relieved to say that fourth roommate Dan is accounted

Artisans festival

Artisans festival LEETONIA -- The 19th annual Leetonia Artisans Festival will be from 10 a.m. to 5

Training flights

Training flights VIENNA -- Local military training flights for the 910th Airlift Wing at the

Athletes pitch in to help victims

Athletes pitch in to help victims Keyshawn Johnson is donating a week's pay to the Red Cross. The

CANFIELD Balanced Cardinals top Wilson

Canfield tailback Tom Rogers scored twice. By BOB ROTH VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT CANFIELD --