The future is bright, and the water is fine
The future is bright,and the water is fine
BOARDMAN HIGH senior Dave Shilling has emerged as one of the Spartans' top swimmers this season. But more impressive are his exploits out of the pool.
An Olympics update
MICHAELA DORFMEISTER waited eight long years to erase one one-hundredth of a second. Dorfmeister finally discarded the disappointment of an Olympic near-miss by winning her first Winter Games gold Wednesday.
Cheney takes blamefor hunting accident
VICE PRESIDENT Dick Cheney accepted blame Wednesday for shooting his hunting companion last weekend, said alcohol wasn't involved and defended his handling of the matter.
Judge rules killeris not retarded
A JUDGE has ruled that convicted child killer Danny Lee Hill of Warren is not mentally retarded, as he contends. But it will be years, if ever, before he is put to death, those working on the case say.
Panel recommendsinfrastructure grants
THE TWO-COUNTY committee that selects local projects for state funding has recommended $4.6 million in grants for storm-water and sanitary-sewer projects and $2.8 million for roads and bridges.
Medical supplierplans move to Valley
THE PRESIDENT of a medical supply company intends to move manufacturing, distribution and office work to the Mahoning Valley once the company grows enough to be profitable. About 50 to 100 employees are expected to be hired.
All dressed up, with'Seussical' set to go
COSTUMES play critical roles in the Youngstown State University Theater production of "Seussical (The Musical)," based on the stories of Dr. Seuss. The production opens at Ford Theater next weekend.