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Stories published September 24, 2001

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


BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Rachel Torreance and Joseph Hyatt, 6 S. Glenellen, Youngstown, boy, Sept.

PHAR-MOR Chain files under Chap. 11

Phar-Mor says it will continue to operate 74 of its 139 stores with the same merchandise and store

Rec center idea still alive

Kent State and Slippery Rock recently opened new student recreation centers. By RON COLE

COLUMBIANA CORNER Expressions of sorrow from Hungarians

Salem City Councilwoman Alma Apicella, R-at large, said recently she was in Hungary when the Sept.

MAHONING VALLEY Officials: With war, U.S. steel is crucial

Steel supporters say they're fighting their own war to keep the foundering industry afloat. By


Sunday's Games Atlanta 24, Carolina 16. Chicago 17, Minnesota 10. Cincinnati 21, Baltimore 10.

Miss Bartlett to be bride of Robert Slonaker

WARREN -- Lory Patrick, 3880 Northwoods Court, is announcing the engagement of her daughter, Amy

Fine symphony concert offered needed respite

Opinion: Fine symphony concert offered needed respite EDITOR: A bright star shone in the Valley last

Lions, Detmer effort terrible

CLEVELAND -- Even with the Cincinnati Bengals coming to town on Nov. 25, it's hard to imagine that

Motorcycle accident

Motorcycle accident MECCA -- Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating a motorcycle crash that

Museum series

Museum series CORTLAND -- The Viets Museum, 224 N. High St., has the following special events

Advocate doubted custody decision

The long-range goal had been to reunite the Craven boys with their mother. By TIM YOVICH

Boy dies when car crashes into a tree

Boy dies when car crashes into a tree HERMITAGE, Pa. -- A 16-year-old Farrell boy was killed in a


CRIME STOPPERS Greater Youngstown A search for James H. Crawford is the focus of Crime Stoppers

Bin Laden summons Pakistanis

President Bush plans to publicize the United States' evidence against Osama bin Laden. COMBINED

$38,000 collected

$38,000 collected WARREN -- Passers-by donated more than $38,000 to local police and fire


Opinion: Financial Times, London, Sept. 19: The terrorist attacks on New York and Washington marked a serious

Shannon Sculli, David Weimer are engaged

CANFIELD -- Announced by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Sculli Jr., 4532 Alderwood Drive, is the engagement

Balanced attack makes team go

The Browns' defense enjoyed playing with a two-touchdown lead. By TOM WILLIAMS VINDICATOR SPORTS

Officials: With war, saving U.S. steel industry is crucial

Steel supporters say they're fighting their own war to keep the foundering industry afloat. By

SLIPPERY ROCK UNIVERSITY Alumnus to lead homecoming parade

A bust of the honoree will be unveiled at the student center as part of the activities. SLIPPERY

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YOUNGSTOWN AREA Police seek three men in rapes

The girls received rape exams at Forum Health Northside Medical Center. By PATRICIA MEADE

Nicole Ruby, Jason Marshall set wedding date

Nicole Ruby of Wheeling, W.Va., and Jason Marshall of Triadelphia, W.Va., are engaged. The bride-

Gunfire in Campbell

Gunfire in Campbell CAMPBELL -- A 22-year-old Army sergeant frightened off an unknown number of


AGENDA TUESDAY Youngstown Board of Education, 6 p.m. caucus, 7 p.m. meeting, board offices, 20

Bailout the airlines but insist on changes in attitude

Opinion: As the nation's airlines line up for a share of the $15 billion bail-out promised by the president,

Defense Ty's one on

The Browns intercepted Lions QB Ty Detmer seven times. By TOM WILLIAMS VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF

NOTEBOOK From Browns Stadium

Thefts: The Browns' seven interceptions of Detroit quarterback Ty Detmer tied the team's record set

Official: Law will aid tax lien sales

The law allows negotiated lien sales in counties of more than 200,000 people. By BOB JACKSON

SALINEVILLE Delays in construction frustrate school officials

The district is waiting for approval from the state commerce department. By NORMAN LEIGH


BAZAARS XBristolville United Methodist Church, Routes 45 and 88, will hold its annual fall bazaar


PHAR-MOR Continuous losses Annual fiscal-year profits and losses reported by Phar-Mor since

NILES Hall of fame to induct eight

Inductees must have achieved career success, athletic accomplishments or contributed to the

Don't let the high-sounding concepts scare you away

Opinion: At the very least, Myron Orfield's study of the Mahoning Valley's social, economic and development