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Stories published April 11, 2003

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

DeBartolo scholarship applications available

BOARDMAN -- Denise DeBartolo York announced that all high schools in Mahoning, Trumbull and

Posters honor 10 servicemen

The relatives of six employees are on duty in Iraq. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU

Disabled find niche working at company

A successful defense subcontractor welcomes disabled workers. WINDBER, Pa. (AP) -- After Greg

6 area students win honors in career development event

WARREN -- Six local students won honors at the Jobs for Ohio's Graduates District 13 Career


IF YOU GO What: "Madama Butterfly" When: 8 tonight through Saturday and 3 p.m. Sunday. Where:

Sharon salt-bill plan rejected again

SHARON, Pa. -- City council has rejected a second plan to pay for the additional road salt the city

City drops threat to sue because of plaza project

The governor's representative has a positive feeling about the $500,000. & lt;a

NHL Jagr's wrist ailing as Caps face Lightning

The Stanley Cup Playoffs open Wednesday with four games. ODENTON, Md. (AP) -- After years of

COLUMBIANA COUNTY Federal government weighs application for $2.7 million to renovate courthouse

Officials are hopeful the project can start before year's end. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM

WEDDING GOWNS Lace and frills make a comeback on bridal path

Strapless gowns remain popular, but sleeves are becoming a trendy choice. KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS


REGION Spitzer Chevrolet plans to unveil new showroom NORTH JACKSON -- Spitzer Chevrolet will

MAHONING VALLEY Transportation funding set only for year

The most expensive project next fiscal year is the 711 connector construction. By IAN HILL

Associated Press

Associated Press SPREADING THE WORD: A model wears a T-shirt made by Wildlife Works in Kenya. The

Cattron reorganizes company

SHARPSVILLE, Pa. -- Cattron-Theimeg has reorganized the company into two new business units. The

YOUNGSTOWN Judge drops 2 counts of child endangering

The woman faces up to 90 days in jail when sentenced next month. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR

Construction to begin on rental homes in village

CRAIG BEACH -- Construction is expected to start this spring on housing for low- and moderate-income

Teen appeals decision to be tried as adult

LISBON -- A 16-year-old Leetonia boy is appealing a Columbiana County judge's decision to have him

GREENVILLE, PA. Water-refinery system seller closes center

THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO GREENVILLE, Pa. -- A Texas-based wholesaler of water treatment

KMART Employees slated for bonuses

Executives and others are due millions when the bankruptcy case ends. KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS

Donation dispute

Donation dispute A philanthropist has threatened to sue Boston University and its chancellor, John

Proposed state tax increase worries Mahoning officials

Commissioners fear angry voters will defeat a county sales tax. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR

YOUNGSTOWN CITY COUNCIL W. Side candidates forum focuses on housing issues

Candidates blamed landlords, tenants and the courts for housing blight. By PETER H. MILLIKEN

SPRING ACCESSORY Trends at a glance

Exotic statements: Look like a world traveler with sandals, earrings or purses that resemble

OHIO LEGISLATURE Valley lawmakers oppose budget that links slots to sales tax

The Republican budget plan tries to deceive the public, local Democrats say. By DAVID SKOLNICK

COLUMBUS Bill would set prison sentence for five DUIs

The measure is supported by MADD, Buckeye Sheriffs, OSHP and Miller Brewing. By JEFF ORTEGA

YSU SYMPOSIUM SERIES Expert urges effective use of technology in business

A lack of acceptance of technology by top execs is a challenge, the speaker said. THE VINDICATOR


The Vindicator/Jean Neice ROLLING THROUGH: Members of the Rolling Thunder veterans group resume

Students, seniors make time for each other

The residents enjoy interacting with the children, too. & lt;a

KATHY MITCHELL AND MARCY SUGAR | Annie's Mailbox She has no desire to attend a mock wedding

Dear Annie: My husband's sister is legally divorced and planning to marry "Roger" this April. This