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Stories published April 25, 2003

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

Racks are blooming with spring fashions

WASHINGTON POST Well, hello, spring. Besides the usual crop of cherry blossoms and daffodils,

Another Seattle rally bad for Tribe

Cleveland's hitters failed to convert their chances in a 4-2 loss. SEATTLE (AP) -- Things seem to

Poll: Voters oppose police merger

Of the 1,782 surveys sent out, 745 were returned. & lt;a &

Doctors plan to join protest

Part of the group plans to go to Harrisburg to lobby for legislative reform. & lt;a

YOUNGSTOWN 2 insurance companies compete for downtown location

There also is available space near the former health food store location. By DAVID SKOLNICK

SHARON, PA. District to seek approval to hold class in building

The district bought the building in September for $200,000. By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR SHARON

Invoice was real, expert says

The retired contractor posed for photos with Arafat in the Gaza Strip. & lt;a

NHL PLAYOFFS Monday's games

Maple Leafs 2, Flyers 1, 2 OT TORONTO -- Travis Green scored 10 minutes, 51 seconds into the

TRUMBULL COUNTY Ballots will include Fairhaven school issue

Weatherfield School District's income tax would apply only to residents. WARREN -- A levy that


TRUMBULL COUNTY Issues Fairhaven: 1.5-mill, 10-year renewal of a levy for programs for the

LAWRENCE COUNTY Panels target municipal, redevelopment issues

Both new boards will organize Wednesday. NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Newly formed municipal and

KATHY MITCHELL AND MARCY SUGAR | Annie's Mailbox Grandma blew it by sneaking a cigarette

Dear Annie: I have a young daughter with asthma and a mother-in-law who smokes. No matter how much

HELOISE You can make your own buttermilk in minutes

Dear Heloise: I have heard that one can make buttermilk using regular milk and other ingredients. If


NORTHFIELD RESULTS MONDAY 1st--Thunder On(R Tharps)3.402.102.10 Kc's Black Rushin(W Case

Practical little tank rolls to the rescue

BALTIMORE SUN Let's say you're going on vacation and your suitcase is filled to bursting, but you

WRTA and Niles disagree over bids

The board couldn't act because it lacked a quorum. & lt;a

Board endorses plans for companies in park

A chamber official says tax incentives are 'an unfortunate part of the game.' & lt;a


TODAY XFraternal Order of Eagles 3298, 1655 Raccoon Road, Austintown, will serve dinners from 4 to

Knight Ridder Tribune

Knight Ridder Tribune RETRO LOOK: Shirts returning to a '60s-style look include this Ben Sherman


Shiite-led Iran denied it is encouraging anti-U.S. sentiment in Iraq. ASSOCIATED PRESS Tariq

Polka dots are connected to playful spring patterns

WASHINGTON POST Are you seeing spots? So is everyone else. They are everywhere -- spreading from

YSU police make checks on Sweet's Liberty home

If officers are busy on campus, the checks are skipped. & lt;a

Route 170 closing

Route 170 closing NEGLEY -- State Route 170 will be closed for about three days starting next

STEELERS Bettis, Bruener will be watching

Depending on Pittsburgh's draft picks, they may be expendable. PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Jerome Bettis


A look at the NFL Draft by position, by Rick Gosselin of the Dallas Morning News: The top 15:

Bengals reverse draft history

Coach Marvin Lewis hopes to take the franchise in a new direction. CINCINNATI (AP) -- Carson

FOOTWEAR Comfortable shoes alleviate agony of da feet

Stylish stilettos step aside for comfortable, dorky footwear. BY CATHERINE NEWTON KNIGHT RIDDER

SRU to begin Cancer Society fund-raiser

SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. -- Three-time cancer survivor Emelie McFarland, a Slippery Rock University

Prosecutor takes up issue of liability for late-paid bills

A political group wants commissioners to be held personally responsible for the bills. & lt;a


Inside * Jerome Bettis and Mark Bruener may learn as early as Saturday if they have a future with

Grand jury to hear burning case

Officials are considering putting security cameras at the bridge site. & lt;a

Hauger-Grzesk has insider's perspective

The final candidate interview is today with Ball State assistant Tisha Hill. & lt;a

Ten-point plan would give U.S. new role in the world

Opinion: Ten-point plan would give U.S. new role in the world EDITOR Here's the plan: 1) The United


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