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Volunteers work on hospice for Indians

Price believes it will be the first hospice on a reservation in the United States. & lt;a

NEW YORK Give dance a sporting chance

Dancing teaches kids coordination and promotes strength and stamina. By SAMANTHA CRITCHELL

Saluting Ohio's music

Saluting Ohio's music CLEVELAND -- A statewide salute begins Thursday at Rock and Roll Hall of

Big news: Execs share the pain

Why aren't there more stories like this? Citing the tough times at their company, the chairman and

Postwar administrator arrives

BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The retired U.S. general appointed as Iraq's postwar administrator arrived in


MONDAY IN LIFE & amp;WORK X Politeness is just as important in the job search as it is in

Sosa has close call at PNC Park

He was hit so hard in the head that it cracked his batting helmet. PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Normally,

Social worker helps women avoid abuse

One woman got run over with her own car by an abusive companion. & lt;a

FATHER ANDREW GALL Peculiar about Pascha for the sake of Christ

There are many secular calendars throughout America with the term "Orthodox Easter" for April 27,

LAWRENCE COUNTY Disaster readiness, block watch have similarities

The programs will be presented in eight school districts. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR NEW CASTLE

HIGH SCHOOL | Scratch Traveling League

RESULTS (At Holiday Bowl) Girls, April 14 Grace Sciarra (Fitch) 193-572, Danielle Guerrieri

The forgotten war in Africa

Opinion: Washington Post: Television pictures may appear to tell a different story, but right now, the

Feeling forced over taxes and slots

The state Senate will consider the budget plan this week. & lt;a

Voinovich's principled stand brings attack from right

Opinion: U. S. Sen. George Voinovich is doing his state of Ohio proud, holding the line as one of the last of

Iverson scores 55 as 76ers roll past Hornets

He bettered his previous playoff high of 54 in Game 1 of the first-round series. PHILADELPHIA (AP)


SUNDAY IN LIFE & amp;WORK X Money pit? Or is your home your best commodity? It all depends on

NILES Officials move CDs for higher interest

If the economy improves, the board could decide to invest even more money. By SHERRI L. SHAULIS

Job search etiquette tips offered

It's prom season, and the etiquette articles are sprouting like tulips. How to greet your date's

Pastor installation

Pastor installation YOUNGSTOWN -- Bishop Marcus Miller will install the Rev. Paul Camp as pastor

Keep that special space simple, comfortable

KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS When designing your own space for meditation or reflection, the most

HUBBARD Interest grows in horror movie

'Dead Life' will be promoted by the cast and crew at Comicon in Pittsburgh. By SHERRI L. SHAULIS

Tribe's offense thumps Buehrle

Cleveland will face more left-handed pitchers in Oakland this week. COMBINED DISPATCHES CHICAGO

US Airways to lay off 890 flight attendants

ARLINGTON, Va. (AP) -- US Airways will lay off 890 flight attendants in May and June as a result of

BROOKFIELD Township to conduct income surveys

The West Hill sewer project cost will exceed $2 million. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF

EASTER Maritime-inspired outfits are popular for boys

Little boys in sailor suits mean Easter is coming. SCRIPPS HOWARD They herald the season as

PREP BASKETBALL After 30 years, Mooney's Nard steps down

He has spent the last eight seasons coaching the Cardinals' girls team. By BRIAN RICHESSON

Justices will revisit Miranda rights' scope

The court also will consider issues of workplace preference based on age. WASHINGTON (AP) -- The

Will Bengals bungle draft?

They don't mind doing the unorthodox on draft day, and it usually backfires. CINCINNATI (AP) --

LAWRENCE COUNTY Officials plan to keep recycling on track

A $1.3 million grant will be used to build a multicounty recycling center. By NANCY TULLIS

Fired mayor accused of mishandling SARS

China called off May Day vacations to help stem the spread of the virus. BEIJING (AP) -- The mayor

Couple faces charges in the duct-taping of two foster children

The kids say they were taped up to be kept quiet. DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (AP) -- Middletown Township

WARREN Man shot to death during home break-in

The victim was in the basement of his home when someone broke in. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR


MAHONING COUNTY Forum Health At Home offers hot, nutritious meals weekdays at 11 locations in

LEADERS | Slovak Bowling Congress

Leaders after week two of the 61st annual tournament at Crest Lanes, Warren: Team event actual

WEDDING COSTS Nuptials on a budget


NHL ROUNDUP Thursday's games

Devils 3, Bruins 0 EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Martin Brodeur recorded his second shutout of the

ALLENTOWN, PA. Suspect in girl's slaying had written a to-do list

The girl's body was in a creek. ALLENTOWN, Pa. (AP) -- A 17-year-old boy charged with killing a

Baltimore Sun

Baltimore Sun WEDDING PREPARATIONS: Engaged women should frequent the cosmetic counter several

"The question in my mind is ... whether this will be an amicable separation or a nasty divorce."

Opinion: "The question in my mind is ... whether this will be an amicable separation or a nasty divorce."

Angels for Animals plans gigantic sale

CANFIELD -- Angels for Animals will sponsor its ninth annual Gigantic Garage Sale Friday through

OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM Wounded Kinsman soldier to return

A sniper's bullet struck the Kinsman soldier outside Baghdad. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL

Have the write stuff? Essay could win a B & amp;B

Have the write stuff? Essay could win a B & amp;B If the thought of owning a Colorado bed-and-

U.S. tightens visa rules for travel to Cuba

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Students wanting to travel to Cuba for educational purposes would have to show

Sigmund Freud sculpture puts university in analytical mood

Some students were offended by the sculpture's death message. SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. (AP) -- An art

Traditional high tea to be served by Austintown Historical Society

The day will also include free tours of the location and raffles. AUSTINTOWN -- The Austintown

TRUMBULL COUNTY Agency will honor clients and volunteers

Those to be honored include a former board member. WARREN -- Three clients of the Trumbull County

Don't sugarcoat findings of utility payments probe

Opinion: While we agree that the ultimate goal of an independent review of Mahoning County's procedures for

ROCK MUSIC Pearl Jam's still fighting to make a difference

Universal lyrics and punk attitude inspire the band. By JOHN PATRICK GATTA VINDICATOR

TRUMBULL COUNTY Second jailer pleads innocent to sexual battery

The two former jailers were secretly indicted. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF

OSU Extension will meet Thursday

CORNERSBURG -- Members of the Ohio State University Extension Homemakers clubs throughout Mahoning


Megan Turocy had nine strikeouts and Carolyn Ross scored the only run. By BRIAN RICHESSON


WEEKEND DRAWINGS Ohio Night drawings: Pick 3, 5-3-5 Pick 4, 8-3-9-7 Buckeye 5, 2-10-22-25-

with Edward Cornell 'Neil' Bunkley

with Edward Cornell 'Neil' Bunkley Age: 51. Hometown: Youngstown. Occupation: Director of

YSU beats Pitt

YSU beats Pitt The wins just keep piling up for the Youngstown State softball team. The