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Keaton and Kaden Mayhew have some time to bond by the water. Their family is from Boardman.

Published on July 31, 2008


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Dominick Barber of Boardman plays in the surf at the Outer Banks.

Published on July 31, 2008


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Keaton Mayhew enjoys some time with his grandfather, Dominic Barber. Both are from Boardman.

Published on July 31, 2008


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A.J. Barber and his cousin Keaton Mayhew salute before going in the water. Charisse Mayhew of Boardman is Keaton's mother.

Published on July 31, 2008


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Nick, Keaton and Kaden Mayhew of Boardman enjoy some beach time at the Outer Banks in North Carolina.

Published on July 31, 2008


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Here is a picture of my husband, Frank, enjoying the ocean while in Cancun. Marianne B Lordi of Youngstown

Published on July 31, 2008


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Joanne Palagano shot this photo of her family — husband Mike and children Katie, Gina and Michael John — taking a paddleboat ride on the Tidal Basin in front of the Jefferson Memorial last year in Washington, D.C.

Published on July 30, 2008


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This is our 8 month old son, Patrick enjoying his long summer days in the pool. Phillip and Tricia Dell of Austintown

Published on July 30, 2008


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Stefan Russell of Boardman, Ohio on the waterslides at the Nickelodeon Hotel in Orlando, Fl. Picture taken by stepdad, John Trafficante.

Published on July 30, 2008


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This is Taylor Parry of Greenford. He is 11 months old, and he loves cooling off in his swimming pool. This picture was taken by mom, Rachel.

Published on July 30, 2008


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Me and mine (Brian and Nicole Roberts) enjoying the summer by the water in Niantic, CT (taking wedding photos).

Published on July 30, 2008


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Olivia Russell with Danielle Trafficante (mother of all children in photo), Stefan Russell and Adriana Trafficante at the Nickelodeon Hotel in Orlando, Fl. Pictures taken by John Trafficante.

Published on July 30, 2008


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Kennedy Henderson, 4 months, at Poland Swim Club on July 6. Parents are Todd and Jacey Henderson of Poland

Published on July 30, 2008


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Thought I would send along this picture I took in May of our then 2 month old son Rowan Michael Downie (born 3/9/2008) dipping his feet into the Gulf of Mexico at Clearwater Beach, FL supported by my husband Brian Downie. I of course think it is adorable with my two favorite guys : ) Kricket Downie

Published on July 30, 2008


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Evan Butler, 17 months, playing in the pool at home. Parents Brian and Susan Butler.

Published on July 30, 2008


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Sydney Henderson, 2, picks up shells at Hilton Head Island, S.C., last summer. Her parents are Todd and Jacey Henderson of Poland.

Published on July 30, 2008


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Featuring the DelColle children of Liberty township: Sam, Mary and Louie

Published on July 30, 2008


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Enclosed is a picture of our granddaughter Cayla Monks from Greensburg, Pa. enjoying her backyard pool. Check out the pink shades she loves to wear!! Donna & Joe Luther, Austintown.

Published on July 30, 2008


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Nina Dill, 4 years old, at an indoor water park. These were taken on our family vacation to Niagara Falls in June. It was the girls' first visit to one of the seven wonders of the world. Valerie and Dustin Dill of Campbell.

Published on July 30, 2008


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Pup chills in back yard. Brian Roberts sent photo

Published on July 30, 2008


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Olivia Russell with Danielle Trafficante (mother of all children in photo), Stefan Russell and Adriana Trafficante at the Nickelodeon Hotel in Orlando, Fl. Pictures taken by John Trafficante.

Published on July 30, 2008


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Evan Butler, 17 months, playing in the pool at home. Parents Brian and Susan Butler.

Published on July 30, 2008


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Taylor Jones of Austintown making "hairdos" in Grandpa's pool!

Published on July 30, 2008


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Featuring the DelColle children of Liberty township: Sam, Mary, Louie and Frankie. Photo submitted by Eric DelColle.

Published on July 30, 2008


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Sophia Yurich, 4 years old cooling off on her backyard waterslide in Poland. Picture by mom, Kim Yurich.

Published on July 30, 2008


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Sophia Yurich, 4 years old cooling off on her backyard waterslide in Poland. Picture by mom, Kim Yurich.

Published on July 30, 2008


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John and Adriana Trafficante of Boardman, Ohio on a family visit to Tampa, Fla. Picture taken by Danielle Trafficante, wife and mom.

Published on July 30, 2008


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Some creativity points go to Kathryn Banks and daughter Megan, 11. Their shot of a walk in the snow takes cool water fun to a whole new level. They are daughter and granddaughter of Paul and Katherine Tasota of Bessemer. Photo was from last winter, in Mill Creek Park.

Published on July 30, 2008


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Nick Geraci, 6, enjoys time in grandparents' pool. Son of Tony and Kerry Geraci of Boardman. (Goes with pic of him at 3 months in same pool.)

Published on July 30, 2008


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Nick Geraci's first swim at age 3 months, with his mother, Kerry, at the home of his grandparents. Son of Tony and Kerry Geraci, Boardman. (goes with shot from this summer)

Published on July 30, 2008


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Elizabeth Nadzam, 2, daughter of Nolan and Maria Nadzam of Boardman, enjoying the sprinkler on a hot summer day!

Published on July 30, 2008


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My name is Joanne and Dave Seil, of Boardman and we took this picture of their daughter, Malina, in June at Mill Creek park. She is 3 1/2 years old.

Published on July 30, 2008


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Michael John Palagano takes a dip in the hotel pool in Virginia Beach. His sister, Gina, captured the photo last summer with her underwater camera. They're children of Mike and Joanne Palagano of Boardman.

Published on July 30, 2008


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This is a photo of Madeleine Devlin, at 3 months old, who loves playing in the pool. She was born February 20, 2008 to Karl and Lisa Devlin of Austintown.

Published on July 30, 2008


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Featuring the DelColle children of Liberty township. Mary and Louie

Published on July 30, 2008


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Maddie Moran, 1 1/2, in her favorite pool--Tuggy. The photo was sent by her grandmother, Judi Hickok of Canfield.

Published on July 30, 2008


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Madelyn Rose Smith, 4, takes her first paddle boat ride. Picture submitted by Alilison Smith of Youngstown.

Published on July 30, 2008


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Lena Dlll, 2, daughter of Valerie and Dustin Dill of Campbell, soaks her head at an indoor water park in Niagara Falls.

Published on July 30, 2008


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Lena Dill, 2, daughter of Valerie and Dustin Dill of Campbell, plays at an indoor water park in Niagara Falls.

Published on July 30, 2008


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Jack (8), Alex (7), Andrew (6), & Gianna (4) ready to swim at YSU for the Penguins!! Photo taken by Prosser Yosay Photography. Submitted by Kelley Gallagher

Published on July 30, 2008


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Taylor and Hadley Jones, daughters of Dawn and Don Jones of Austintown, having fun on the beach in Daytona Beach Florida.

Published on July 30, 2008


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Entrepreneurs Alec, Ivan & Ava Bosnjak put their water fun into cold drinks. They're children of Andrea Bosnjak of Boardman.

Published on July 30, 2008


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Hensley Nicholson, 2 1/2 years old, splashing around the pool. The picture was taken by her Aunt Denise.

Published on July 30, 2008


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Kenny Ferenchak, son of Stephen and Cathy Ferenchak of Canfield, explores a waterfall in Hawaii. (There's a hint that the photo was taken by Cathy. Her e-mail address contains the word "camera.")

Published on July 30, 2008


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Hadley Jones of Austintown loves to swim in Grandpa's pool!

Published on July 30, 2008


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I took this picture of our grandchildren Logan and Abby with my husband Frank in our backyard pool. Marianne Lordi

Published on July 30, 2008


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Adriana (daughter) and Danielle (mom) Trafficante relaxing in their pool at home in Boardman, Ohio. Picture taken by John Trafficante. (dad and husband)

Published on July 30, 2008


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James Lipjanic, 11 months, of Boardman has his first "float" in his backyard pool. Photo taken by his father, James Lipjanic.

Published on July 30, 2008


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Ella Marie Mansfield (1) "Dreaming of the beach". Photo taken by Portrait Innovations. Photo submitted by Kelley Gallagher

Published on July 30, 2008


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Ella Dill, 1, takes in the beach during a family trip to Niagara Falls.

Published on July 30, 2008


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Photo taken at Poland Swim Club on July 6, 2008 . "Sydney loves her new litte sister!" Sydney Henderson, 3, and Kennedy Henderson, 4 months, children of Todd and Jacey Henderson of Poland

Published on July 30, 2008


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We traveled to Orlando and Coca Beach for vacation, and this was our daughter's first time in a swimming pool and the beach. She loved it so much we couldn't get her out!!! Her name is Siena Madison Harris and she is with her Daddy ( David) in some of the pictures.

Published on July 30, 2008


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This is a picture of Dominic Yurich, 17 months learning to swim with friend Pamela Cougras while mom, Kim Yurich is capturing the moment.

Published on July 30, 2008


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Adriana Trafficante of Boardman, Ohio getting ready for a dive! Visiting Papa in Tampa, Fl. Picture taken by John Trafficante(dad).

Published on July 30, 2008


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Cousins Braden Butler (then age 2) and Jacob Blackburn (then age 6) at Myrtle Beach July 2007.

Published on July 30, 2008


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Lisa Denmeade sent a photo of her 2-year-old son, Cody Adam Denmeade, who loves the swimming pool!

Published on July 30, 2008


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Alec Bosnjak, Ivan Bosnjak, Dominic Cappelli & Ava Bosnjak Kids from Boardman wanted to have some summer fun and earn a little money.

Published on July 30, 2008


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This is a picture of best friends Sophia Yurich, 4 years old and Connie Cougras, 5 years old sliding down their outdoor waterslide together. Picture by mom, Kim Yurich of Poland.

Published on July 30, 2008


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Photo taken in Hilton Head Island, SC in summer 2007 of Sydney Henderson, 2, daughter of Todd and Jacey Henderson of Poland

Published on July 30, 2008


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This is a picture of big brother Connor, 10 taking his little brother Dominic, 17 months down a backyard waterslide to cool off. Picture taken by mom, Kim Yurich of Poland.

Published on July 30, 2008


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Andrew Kell, cooling off with the backyard hose. Peggy Brook, grandmother, of Greenville, Pa., caught what she feels is the perfect moment.

Published on July 30, 2008


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Danielle(MOM) and Adriana Trafficante(DAUGHTER) of Boardman, Ohio sharing a poolside kiss while visiting family in Tampa, FL. Picture taken by John Trafficante.(husband and dad)

Published on July 30, 2008


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Abby Ruggles, age 18 months, runs through the fountain at the playground in Mill Creek Park. She is the daughter of Steve and Renee Ruggles of Austintown.

Published on July 30, 2008


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7.24.2008 Dr. Richard Esper, his wife, Dema, 4 year old daughter, Catherine, and 17 month old son, Anthony in their Austintown home.

Published on July 28, 2008


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7.24.2008 Dr. Richard Esper and Bioness H200, a hand orthotic, which electrically stimulates fingers to open and close a separate box attached by a cord controls the time of opening and closing intervals. Esper has had the device, which insurance would not cover, for 4 months and he uses it 2-3 hours a day 4-5 days a week in an effort to reestablish pathways between the brain and the hand.

Published on July 28, 2008


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7.24.2008 Dr. Richard Esper and Bioness H200, a hand orthotic, which electrically stimulates fingers to open and close a separate box attached by a cord controls the time of opening and closing intervals. Esper has had the device, which insurance would not cover, for 4 months and he uses it 2-3 hours a day 4-5 days a week in an effort to reestablish pathways between the brain and the hand.

Published on July 28, 2008


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7.28.2008 Dr. Richard Esper at his Austintown home.

Published on July 28, 2008


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7.28.2008 Dr. Richard Esper at his Austintown home.

Published on July 28, 2008


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Sue Reniff of Boardman shows a plastic bobber she pulled from Lake Glacier during a clean up effort Thursday by a group of kayakers. wd lewis

Published on July 28, 2008


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Carol Vigorito Mill Creek Park Naturalist paddles a kayak on Lake Glacier thursday during a clean-up.

Published on July 28, 2008


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Published on July 28, 2008


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7.25.2008 Bob and Carylon Albert, of Liberty, stand alongside Roberta and Jim Lang, of Canfield taking a break for a portrait on their way to dinner during a garden party held at Fellows Riverside Gardens Friday evening. Geoffrey Hauschild

Published on July 28, 2008


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[7.25.2008] Barbara Brothers, Larry Haims, both of Youngstown, and Rolf Nissen, of Warren, enjoy hors d'oeuvres served by Mike Lynch, of Boardman, during a garden party at Fellows Riverside Garden Friday evening.

Published on July 28, 2008


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Jimmy Drummond

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Mark Dolak of Austintown shows a piece of plastic litter he pulled from Lake Glacier in MillCreek Park during a clean up effort by a group of kayakers. WD LEWIS

Published on July 28, 2008


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Mill Creek Park Board Commissioner Rick Shale picks litter from plants around shore of Lake Glacier in the park Thursday. WD LEWIS

Published on July 28, 2008


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7.25.2008 Cars Line up for $3.59 gasoline at Ultimate Gas Station at the intersection of Belmont Ave and Madison Ave Expressway in Youngstown Friday afternoon. Geoffrey Hauschild

Published on July 28, 2008


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7.25.2008 Keith Kaiser, Horticulture Director of Mill Creek Metro Parks, and artist, Gary Bukovnic, reveal his work, "Golden Celebration," a painting of the parks spring bulb display during a dinner party at Fellows Riverside Gardens Friday evening. Geoffrey Hauschild

Published on July 28, 2008


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SCRAPPERS - JAMMERS - (38) Carlos Arias tries to pick off Joel Staples as (7) Brock Simpson waits on the throw during their game Sunday afternoon at Eastwood Field. - Special to The Vindicator/Nick Mays

Published on July 28, 2008


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7.21.2008 Jason Melidona, a.k.a. rapper "Jay Mel" of Niles, is filmed by Videographer, Dan Mizicko, a resident of Vienna and senior at YSU majoring in Telecommunications, at Trinity United Methodist Church during shooting for the music video of his song, "This Letter." Geoffrey Hauschild

Published on July 28, 2008


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SCRAPPERS - JAMMERS - (28) Isaias Velasquez applies the tag to (2) Ray White at second during their game Sunday afternoon at Eastwood Field. - Special to The Vindicator/Nick Mays

Published on July 28, 2008


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Sylas Reiheld, 3, of Stow, covers his ears, to blot out the revving truck behind him at the Jeep Festival at the Canfield Fair Grounds on Sunday, July 27, 2008. Daniel C. Britt.

Published on July 28, 2008


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7.25.2008 Ahmed Dayem, who has been working at J&D Supermarket for over 2 years, displays wounds he sustained when a masked gunmen entered the store demanded money from the drawer and after receiving it continued to discharge two rounds. One shot was directed at Dayem's feet and caused minor injuries to both his right arm and right leg. Geoffrey Hauschild

Published on July 28, 2008


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Melody Futchko, 6, of Niles plays on a tire belonging to the nightmare monster truck. At home Melody plays on her power wheels jeep. Jeep Fest, Canfield Fair Grounds on Sunday, July 27, 2008. Daniel C. Britt.

Published on July 28, 2008


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Ryan McCall lead guitar and vocals for the Flashbacks who played at the Youngstown Sports Grill on Friday, July 25, 2008. Daniel C. Britt.

Published on July 28, 2008


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The monster truck "massive confusion," on display at the Jeep Festival at the Canfield Fair Grounds on Sunday, July 27, 2008. Daniel C. Britt.

Published on July 28, 2008


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John Ferraro Jr and William M Ferraro show off the artist rendering of the American Gladiators, is opening up an American Gladiators Fitness and Family fun center in the EastWood Mall.

Published on July 28, 2008


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Jimmy Drummond, Youngstown firefighter and parachutist

Published on July 28, 2008


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1st place: L-R The team of Pam Urquhardt of Cleveland, Jo McCaskill of N. Jackson and Mary Ellen Bonacci of Austintown won the blue ribbon for first place (and $100.00) for their crap sculpture entitled "feelin' crabby" at the sand sculpture contest in the Wick Recreation Area at Mill Creek Park on Sunday, July 27, 2008. The sculpture was inspired by a friend of Bonacci's who has a generally mean disposition. Daniel C. Britt.

Published on July 28, 2008


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SCRAPPERS - (6) Walter Diaz can't hold on to the ball as (4) Kevin Mattison is safe at second Friday night at Eastwood Field. - Special to The Vindicator/Nick Mays

Published on July 28, 2008


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Michael Sopko of Austintown gives his son Ashton, 4, a lesson on shocks at the Jeep Festival at the Canfield Fair Grounds on Sunday, July 27, 2008. Daniel C. Britt.

Published on July 28, 2008


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7.21.2008 Jason Melidona, a.k.a. rapper "Jay Mel" of Niles, poses for a portrait at Trinity United Methodist Church during shooting for the music video of his song, "This Letter." Geoffrey Hauschild

Published on July 28, 2008


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Published on July 28, 2008


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7.21.2008 Jason Melidona, a.k.a. rapper "Jay Mel" of Niles, rests on a kneeler at Trinity United Methodist Church during shooting for the music video of his song, "This Letter." Geoffrey Hauschild Geoffrey Hauschild

Published on July 28, 2008


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Lacy Cameron, 22, of Austintown dedicated her fighting kangaroo to Kelly Pavlik at the sand sculpture contest in the Wick Recreation Area at Mill Creek Park on Sunday, July 27, 2008. Cameron's creation took second place overall earning her a $75.00 reward. Daniel C. Britt.

Published on July 28, 2008


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Trumbull County Deputy Dallas Young, Assistant Prosecutor Diane Barber and Newton Township Patrolman Tom Colosimo are among the officials who will speak at an organizational meeting of the Trumbull County Child Abduction Response Team Monday in Newton Falls. The team is being organized to provide trained personnel and resources to help find a missing or abducted child.

Published on July 28, 2008


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Published on July 28, 2008


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NEW PROJECT: Shannon Mosti of Highlandtown and the vice president of the saddle horse committee at the Columbiana County Fair, stands beside what will be come the first showers for horses at the fairgrounds. She said that raising and caring for horses help youths learn responsibility.

Published on July 28, 2008


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Published on July 28, 2008


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SCRAPPERS - (4) Kevin Mattison beats the throw back to the bag as Brock Simpson looses the ball Friday night at Eastwood Field. - Special to The Vindicator/Nick Mays

Published on July 28, 2008


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stroke victim Dr. Richard T Esper -

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Melody Futchko, 6, of Niles plays on The Nightmare, a monster truck. At home Melody plays on her power wheels jeep. Jeep Fest at the Canfield Fair Grounds, Sunday, July 27, 2008. Daniel C. Britt.

Published on July 27, 2008


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A teenager drives by holding a flyer promoting "mud life." Daniel C. Britt

Published on July 27, 2008


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Sylas Reiheld, 3, of Stow, covers his ears when the trucks around him start revving their engines at the Jeep Festival held at the Canfield Fair Grounds on Sunday, July 27, 2008. Daniel C. Britt.

Published on July 27, 2008


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Jason Constantine, 30, of Akron and Matt Evans, 26, of Akron party on the back of Constantine's Monster-sized GMC Suburban at the Canfield Fair Grounds on Sunday, July 27, 2008. Daniel C. Britt.

Published on July 27, 2008


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A bikini contest entree makes her way across the stage while others wait behind a tarp at the Jeep Festival held at the Canfield Fair Grounds on Sunday, July 27, 2008. Daniel C. Britt.

Published on July 27, 2008


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Michael Sopko of Austintown gives his son Ashton, 4, a lesson on shocks at the Jeep Festival at the Canfield Fair Grounds on Sunday, July 27, 2008. Daniel C. Britt.

Published on July 27, 2008


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A contestant teases her hair backstage at the bikini contest at the Jeep Festival at the Canfield Fair Grounds on Sunday, July 27, 2008. Daniel C. Britt.

Published on July 27, 2008


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Alexis Liberatore (center, top) of North Lima and her family admires the suped-up trucks from a distance at the Jeep Festival at the Canfield Fair Grounds on Sunday, July 27, 2008. Daniel C. Britt.

Published on July 27, 2008


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A contestant answers questions during a segment of the bikini contest at the Jeep Festival at the Canfield Fair Grounds on Sunday, July 27, 2008. Daniel C. Britt.

Published on July 27, 2008


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Isaac Collins, 6, of Hammondsville models his mohawk cut in preparation for the Jeep Festival at the Canfield Fair Grounds on Sunday, July 27, 2008. Daniel C. Britt.

Published on July 27, 2008


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The monster truck "massive confusion," on display at the Jeep Festival held at the Canfield Fair Grounds on Sunday, July 27, 2008. Daniel C. Britt.

Published on July 27, 2008


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Hunter Dailey, 2, of Lisbon, OH, waits in line for a ride in the monster truck "Sergeant Smash," at the Jeep Festival held at the Canfield Fair Grounds on Sunday, July 27, 2008. Daniel C. Britt.

Published on July 27, 2008


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Festival Chairman Tony Trolio with an appropriate necklace at the Italian Festival at Mt. Carmel Church in Youngstown, OH. Thursday, July, 24, 2008. Daniel C. Britt.

Published on July 25, 2008


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Published on July 25, 2008


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Dating: Rina Cavano of Poland and Ed Chermansky of Youngstown hold hands at the Italian Festival at Mt. Carmel Church in Youngstown, OH. Thursday, July, 24, 2008. Daniel C. Britt.

Published on July 25, 2008


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Kids play at the Italian Festival at Mt. Carmel Church in Youngstown, OH. Thursday, July, 24, 2008. Daniel C. Britt.

Published on July 25, 2008


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The view from inside the Denny's Charbroiled Steaks concession at the Italian Festival at Mt. Carmel Church in Youngstown, OH. Thursday, July, 24, 2008. Rebecca MacDonald, 6, wonders about a corndog. Daniel C. Britt.

Published on July 25, 2008


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Published on July 25, 2008


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The view from inside the Denny's Charbroiled Steaks concession at the Italian Festival at Mt. Carmel Church in Youngstown, OH. Thursday, July, 24, 2008. Daniel C. Britt.

Published on July 25, 2008


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Lazazzera sisters Annika, 6, and Mia, 1 1/2, of Canfield, ride the train at the Italian Festival at the Mt. Carmel Church in Youngstown, OH. Thursday, July, 24, 2008. Daniel C. Britt.

Published on July 25, 2008


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Zachary Nolker, 3, of MacDonald rides a pony under a translucent tent that allows the sky, on this sunny day, to appear on film at the Italian Festival at Mt. Carmel Church in Youngstown, OH. Thursday, July, 24, 2008. Daniel C. Britt.

Published on July 25, 2008


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L-R Zachary Pipala, John Paul Pipala and Luke Pipala are about to order french fries to follow their snow cones at the Mt. Carmel Italian Festival in Youngstown, OH. Thursday, July 24, 2008. Daniel C. Britt.

Published on July 25, 2008


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7.17.2008 Zoe Bowman (7), of Vienna, draws a picture of how she feels following a meeting of the Yoga for Kids Workshop at Eastwood Mall put on by the Art Outreach Gallery and sponsored by American Gladiators Fitness Center.

Published on July 22, 2008


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7.17.2008 Zoe Bowman (7), of Vienna, draws a picture of how she feels following a meeting of the Yoga for Kids Workshop at Eastwood Mall put on by the Art Outreach Gallery and sponsored by American Gladiators Fitness Center.

Published on July 22, 2008


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7.17.2008 Judy Kay, of Howland, beats her chest with participating children during Yoga for Kids, a summer workshop at Eastwood Mall offered offered by the Art Outreach Gallery and sponsored by American Gladiators Fitness Center. "It has totally changed my life {(I began)} feeling better about life and myself, its keeping me young" says Kay of yoga which she has taught for 35 years, "thats what i want to give back to the kids and you don't need any special equipment you can do it on your own."

Published on July 22, 2008


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7.17.2008 Anna Cristo (8), of Warren, writes "relaxed and happy" while her grandfather choses the words "sweaty and great" to describe his experience of participating in a meeting of the Yoga for Kids workshop put on by the Art Outreach Gallery at Eastwood Mall.

Published on July 22, 2008


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7.17.2008 Judy Kay, of Howland, practices yoga with participating children during Yoga for Kids, a summer workshop at Eastwood Mall offered offered by the Art Outreach Gallery and sponsored by American Gladiators Fitness Center. "It has totally changed my life {(I began)} feeling better about life and myself, its keeping me young" says Kay of yoga which she has taught for 35 years, "thats what i want to give back to the kids and you don't need any special equipment you can do it on your own."

Published on July 22, 2008


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7.17.2008 Zoe Bowman (7), of Vienna, Anna Cristo (8), of Warren, and Kira Bowman (8), of Vienna.

Published on July 22, 2008


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7.17.2008 Michelle Cristo and John Mrofchak, both of Warren, practice Yoga behind Zoe Bowman (7), of Vienna, Anna Cristo (8), of Warren, and Kira Bowman (8), also of Vienna, during Yoga for Kids, a summer workshop at Eastwood Mall offered offered by the Art Outreach Gallery and sponsored by American Gladiators Fitness Center.

Published on July 22, 2008


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7.17.2008 Judy Kay, of Howland, practices yoga between Kira Bowman (8), of Vienna, and Anna Cristo (8), of Warren, during Yoga for Kids, a summer workshop at Eastwood Mall offered offered by the Art Outreach Gallery and sponsored by American Gladiators Fitness Center. "It has totally changed my life {(I began)} feeling better about life and myself, its keeping me young" says Kay of yoga which she has taught for 35 years, "thats what i want to give back to the kids and you don't need any special equipment you can do it on your own."

Published on July 22, 2008


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7.17.2008 Yoga for Kids, a summer workshop at Eastwood Mall offered offered by the Art Outreach Gallery and sponsored by American Gladiators Fitness Center.

Published on July 22, 2008


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7.17.2008 (FRONT TO BACK) Kira Bowman (8), of Vienna, Anna Cristo (8), of Warren, and Zoe Bowman, also of Vienna (7), practice yoga before instructor,Judy Kay, of Howland, during Yoga for Kids, a summer workshop at Eastwood Mall offered offered by the Art Outreach Gallery and sponsored by American Gladiators Fitness Center. "It has totally changed my life {(I began)} feeling better about life and myself, its keeping me young" says Kay of yoga which she has taught for 35 years, "thats what i want to give back to the kids and you don't need any special equipment you can do it on your own."

Published on July 22, 2008


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7.17.2008 Judy Kay, of Howland, practices yoga with participating children during Yoga for Kids, a summer workshop at Eastwood Mall offered offered by the Art Outreach Gallery and sponsored by American Gladiators Fitness Center. "It has totally changed my life {(I began)} feeling better about life and myself, its keeping me young" says Kay of yoga which she has taught for 35 years, "thats what i want to give back to the kids and you don't need any special equipment you can do it on your own."

Published on July 22, 2008


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7.16.2008 Flipflops, water, and a mat at the Yoga for Kids summer workshop offered for free at Eastwood Mall by the Art Outreach Gallery and sponsored by American Gladiators Fitness Center.

Published on July 22, 2008


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7.17.2008 Michelle Cristo and John Mrofchak, both of Warren, practice Yoga behind Zoe Bowman (7), of Vienna, Anna Cristo (8), of Warren, and Kira Bowman (8), also of Vienna, during Yoga for Kids, a summer workshop at Eastwood Mall offered offered by the Art Outreach Gallery and sponsored by American Gladiators Fitness Center.

Published on July 22, 2008


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Published on July 22, 2008


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Published on July 22, 2008


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SAY CHEESE: Denny "Boogie" Virgallito of Niles places another cheese puff on a tray to cool. Virgallito was just one of many volunteers for the Mount Carmel Festival on Sunday.

Published on July 22, 2008


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HELPING HAND: Meghan Crowley helps 13-year-old Matthew Mace in an exercise to move his legs during the Miracles Unlimited summer camp. The camp helps children who suffer from motor disabilities.

Published on July 22, 2008


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IN FOCUS: Packard collector Greg Delagrange inspects the hood ornament of a vintage model at the auto show in Warren. Ground was broken Sunday for an expansion of the museum.

Published on July 22, 2008


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Published on July 22, 2008


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Published on July 22, 2008


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More display boards honor Hanni and his military and law backgrounds.

Published on July 22, 2008


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Rosetta Stone

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CEREMONY: Campbell Mayor John Dill conducts the ceremony of Samantha and Robert. Dill said it's nice that the former Youngstown Sheet and Tube Co. apartments are still being used and people are still moving into the buildings.

Published on July 22, 2008


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LOTS OF HELP: Members of Scout Troop 40 of Girard, including Jordan Vigorito, third from right, woork on Vigorito's Eagle Scout project at the Lily Pond in Mill Creek Park. They are fixing exposed drainage pipes on the trail surface.

Published on July 22, 2008


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Cheesepuff

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PAYING RESPECTS: Hundreds came out to pay their respects to Hanni in the rotunda of the Mahoning County Courthouse.

Published on July 22, 2008


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SEEING DOUBLE: Mary Kay Vencel, 3, and her brother Matthew, 5, of Warren stop and admire their reflections off the hood of a Triumph convertible. The car was one of many that took part in the Packard auto show Sunday.

Published on July 22, 2008


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Photographs of DOn "Bull Moose" Hanni Jr. decorate the rotunda of the Mahoning County Courthouse. The displays were set up for Hanni's calling hours Sunday.

Published on July 22, 2008


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NEWLYWEDS: Robert Brooks wed Samantha Herbert at the Campbell Works company apartments, where he's lived for two years. As Samantha walked down her rose-lined sidewalk aisle toward Robert on Monday, local church bells rang int he background.

Published on July 22, 2008


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CLASSIC RIDE: Dr. Bob Watson, event organizer for the Packard car show, poses with his electric blue Packard 110 sedan. Walton and fellow auto enthusiasts brought theirs rides to the show Sunday.

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BIG JOB: Trevor Blose, 11, a member of Boy Scout troop 40 of Girard, uses a shovel as he helps out on Jordan Vigorito's Eagle Scout project at the Lily Pond in Mill Creek Park.

Published on July 22, 2008


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Published on July 22, 2008


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Eagle Scout Service project Jordan Vigorito.

Published on July 21, 2008


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Published on July 21, 2008


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Eagle Scout Service project Jordan Vigorito.

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Eagle Scout Service project Jordan Vigorito.

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Eagle Scout Service project Jordan Vigorito.

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Eagle Scout Service project Jordan Vigorito.

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Eagle Scout Service project Jordan Vigorito.

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Published on July 20, 2008


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TEARFUL PROCESSION: Family members and employees from Rossi & Santucci Funeral Home carry the copper casket of Don "Bull Moose" Hanni Jr. down the steps of the Mahoning County Courthouse. Calling hours were Sunday for Hanni in the rotunda of the courthouse.

Published on July 20, 2008


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Don Hanni's funeral at the Mahoning County Courthouse

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Published on July 20, 2008


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Don Hanni Jr. Bull Moose

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Don Hanni Jr. Bull Moose

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Don Hanni Jr. Bull Moose

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Don Hanni Jr. Bull Moose

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Don Hanni Jr. Bull Moose

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Don Hanni Jr. Bull Moose

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Don Hanni Jr. Bull Moose

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Don Hanni Jr. Bull Moose

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The gift of Stephen Williams: a 1956 hardtop Caribbean and a 1956 convertible Caribbean. The pair were recently bequeathed to the National Packard Museum.

Published on July 19, 2008


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Bob Erasquin's 1920 Packard Phaeton, best in show at the 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

Published on July 19, 2008


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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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Bob Erasquin's 1910 Phaeton won Best in Show at the 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

Published on July 19, 2008


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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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Stephen Williams (Napa Valley, California) recently bequeathed this set of Packard Caribbeans to the National Packard Museum.

Published on July 19, 2008


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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

Published on July 19, 2008


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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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Guy Shively, of Austintown, pinstripes a 1933 Packard at The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard." Pinstriping, traditionally, is done freehand, as Shively is doing here.

Published on July 19, 2008


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Winner of Best Professional [Service] Vehicle at The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard," is Bruce Taylor's 1954 Ambulance.

Published on July 19, 2008


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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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Dennis Heitzenruter's 1957 Packard Prototype Chassis at The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard." The 1957 model was never produced, but Heitzenruter is attempting to build the car from photographs.

Published on July 19, 2008


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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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Guy Shively pinstripes a 1933 Packard at The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

Published on July 19, 2008


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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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Dennis Heitzeznruter's replica chassis of a 1957 Packard Prototype at the 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

Published on July 19, 2008


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Packard Caribbean at The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

Published on July 19, 2008


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Bruce Taylor's 1954 Packard Ambulance

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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The 19th Annual National Packard Museum Car Show, "Boss of the Road, Beauty of the Boulevard."

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Youngstown Central YMCA Triathlon July 19, 2008.

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Youngstown Central YMCA Triathlon July 19, 2008.

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Youngstown Central YMCA Triathlon July 19, 2008.

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Youngstown Central YMCA Triathlon July 19, 2008.

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Published on July 19, 2008


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Youngstown Central YMCA Triathlon July 19, 2008.

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Youngstown Central YMCA Triathlon July 19, 2008.

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Youngstown Central YMCA Triathlon July 19, 2008.

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Youngstown Central YMCA Triathlon July 19, 2008.

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Youngstown Central YMCA Triathlon July 19, 2008.

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Youngstown Central YMCA Triathlon July 19, 2008.

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Youngstown Central YMCA Triathlon July 19, 2008.

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Youngstown Central YMCA Triathlon July 19, 2008.

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Youngstown Central YMCA Triathlon July 19, 2008.

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Youngstown Central YMCA Triathlon July 19, 2008.

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Youngstown Central YMCA Triathlon July 19, 2008.

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Youngstown Central YMCA Triathlon July 19, 2008.

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Youngstown Central YMCA Triathlon July 19, 2008.

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Published on July 18, 2008


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Published on July 17, 2008


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Game on gadget... Andy Garr, 8, of Canfield uses a ball washer while playing in Golf Camp at Mill Creek Park.

Published on July 17, 2008


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Scrappers SS Walter Diaz throws to first to turn a double. Out at 2nd is Hudson Valley's Anthony Scelfo. In background is Scrappers 2nd baseman Isaias Velasquez.

Published on July 17, 2008


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Andy Garr, 8, of Canfield tees off at Mill Creek Par 3 during Golf Camp.

Published on July 17, 2008


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Looking west on 224 at site of bridge replacement construction near Lockwood and Tippecanoe.

Published on July 17, 2008


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Boardman Police Chief Patrick Beraducci welcomes the group to Boardman -State FOP convention held at Mr Anthonys in Boardman.

Published on July 17, 2008


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Elbert Shuler

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[GAME ON] Kelly Cunning of Campbell

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Tyler Blake, 13, of Sprinfield RIGHT. sinks a putt while Brandon Benson, 14, of Campbell looks on during a youth golf camp at Mill Creek Park par 3 course.

Published on July 17, 2008


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Chevrolet Cruze

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Andy Garr, 8, of Canfield tees off at Mill Creek Par 3 during Golf Camp.

Published on July 17, 2008


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[7.15.2008] Colleen Durkin (left) Taylor Martin (right), both 9 years-old and from Boardman, listen to the playing of the national anthem before the game against visiting Canfield, at Mccune Field Tuesday night.

Published on July 17, 2008


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Dan Miller, 17, of Howland

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A large crow d was on hand as the band Finger 11 performs an outdoor concert at the Chevrolet Centre Tuesday. Pix taken from roof of Chevy Centre.

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Anthony Napolitan (BMX)

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Keith Hayes counselor and DeShante Allen 7, watch intently as Sunshine Gospel.

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Scrappers Zach Booker misses the throw at first as Hudson Valley's Anthony Scelfo is safe at first.

Published on July 17, 2008


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Published on July 17, 2008


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Dan Miller, 17, of Howland, as he prepares for a touch and go as part of his flight class training with Matt Stroney.

Published on July 17, 2008


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Bridge replacement work on 224 near Lockwood.

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[GAME ON] Linda Ferraro of Liberty

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[GAME ON] Andy Santor Mill Creek Golf Pro. for game on feature.

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[GAME ON] Rosemarie Cooper of Struthers

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Bridge replacement work on 224 near Lockwood.

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Attorney Don L. Hanni Jr.

Published on July 16, 2008


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The crowd at the Downtown Jazz Fest

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The Unit at featuring William "Billy" Beck at the Downtown Jazz Fest

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The crowd at the Downtown Jazz Fest

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The Unit featuring William "Billy" Beck at the Downtown Jazz Fest

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The crowd at the Downtown Jazz Fest

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The crowd at the Downtown Jazz Fest

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The crowd at the Downtown Jazz Fest

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The crowd at the Downtown Jazz Fest

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Julius Veal at the Downtown Jazz Fest

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The crowd at the Downtown Jazz Fest

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The Unit featuring William "Billy" Beck at the Downtown Jazz Fest

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The crowd at the Downtown Jazz Fest

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Jessia Utovich

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Leo Jennings

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Vanessa Stout

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Cindy Stankoski

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Anthony Gutierrez

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Published on July 13, 2008


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[7.11.2008] Roberta McCollums, of Hillsville PA, embraces Andy Fusco, of the west side of Youngstown after they are named queen and king of the 1st Annual Poland Relay for Life in Poland. "Every morning I put my feet on the floor, I thank God I've got another day," says Fusco who battled cancer in 1999 and it has since gone into remission. McCollums has six types of cancer and has been battling the illnes for 22 years. "Thats what we gotta do with cancer, keep busy," said Fusco.

Published on July 13, 2008


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PATRON SAINT: A 10-foot statue of Our Lady of Mount Carmel is showcased at the church of the same name that is celebrating its century mark this year. The statue was dedicated in 1990 on the grounds at 343 Via Mount Carmel St., Youngstown.

Published on July 13, 2008


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Tim Lockso, left, of Hubbard and Doug McClintock of Boardman were among a group of people lined up outside the AT&T store in Boardman Friday to purchase iPhones. Some waited overnight in parking lot.

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Spy photos of a camoflauged vehicle seen in Europe, believed to be the new Chevrolet Cruze.

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Gabriel G. Mobley

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SCRAPPERS - LAKE MONSTERS - (28) Isais Velasques of the Scrappers gets tangled up with (25) Derek Norris after a hard slide at second Thursday night at Eastwood Field.

Published on July 13, 2008


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SCRAPPERS - LAKE MONSTERS - Ryan Blair of The Scrappers gets back to the bag as (4) Tyler Moore tries to make the tag during their game Thursday night at Eastwood Field.

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[7.11.2008] Jay Jorge (right), of Struthers, skips through Poland's 1st Annual Relay for Life alongside Tiffany Martin (center), of Boardman, and Ashley Kozic (left), of Lowellville. The three attended the event as team members from New Life Church.

Published on July 13, 2008


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Michael Gensamer, 3, of Ellsworth, left. and Matthew Vitelli, 4, of Austintonwn make butterfly motions during a Friday 7-11 program on butterflies at the Ford Nature Center in Mill Creek Park.

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Chief Jimmy Hughes.

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Lordstown Mayor Michael Chaffe talks about the incentive program at Lordstown High School to his right are Mayor Michael J. O'Brien of Warren and Niles Mayor Ralph Infante and Chamber President Thomas Humphries.

Published on July 13, 2008


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[7.10.2008] Thomas J. Cera, Chief Operating Officer SeverStal N. America Inc., @ Warren USW 1375

Published on July 13, 2008


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Jim Hoppel, Columbiana County Commissioner

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Cheriese Farkas, a teacher at Youngstown Community School works with Markies Hopkins, 7, a student at the school, on a math problem during a 4 week summer intervention program at the school Wed 7-9-08. The program stresses math and reading skills to improve test scores and foster a love of learning. About 45 students participated in the program.

Published on July 13, 2008


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CAN'T WAIT: Ed and Jane Meloni, of Johnston, stand in line for an Italian sausage sandwich at DiRusso's at the Trumbull County Fair. Dominic Fisher, 13, of Canton, served the sausages - made from a family recipe - on the fairgrounds Friday afternoon. Vendors have a variety of foods available for fairgoers to munch on.

Published on July 13, 2008


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Carol Vigorito, a Mill Creek Park naturalist, leads a childrens program on buterflies at the Ford Nature Center Friday 7-11.

Published on July 13, 2008


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Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., and his wife Cindy, are joined by Lydia Gutieriez. second from left, and others, during a campaign stop at Senate Coney Island Restaurant in Livonia, Mich., Thursday, July 10, 2008.

Published on July 13, 2008


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Kenneth L. Payne

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"Butch" sits in a camping chair in line outside Japanese mobile carrier Softbank's flagship store in Tokyo's Omotesando shopping district Wednesday, July 9, 2008 before the first sales of Apple's iPhone in Japan Friday. Gadget lovers are already camped out at a Tokyo store ahead of the global rollout Friday of the next-generation iPhone. But whether the Japan debut for the hit cell phone will score with anyone beyond a niche crowd remains to be seen, analysts say.

Published on July 13, 2008


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Jordan Rawl, 9, a student at Youngstown Community School, ponders a math problem during a 4 week summer intervention program at the school Wed 7-9-08. The program stresses math and reading skills to improve test scores and foster a love of learning. About 45 students participated in the program.

Published on July 13, 2008


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Youngstown Community School students left-to-right Jalaya Kitchen, 7, Johnae Coleman, 7, Nyla Bass, 8, and Jay'Lynne Armour. 8. play a board game during a student at Youngstown Community School, during a 4 week summer intervention program at the school Wed 7-9-08. The program which ends Friday 7-11 stresses math and reading skills to improve test scores and foster a love of learning. About 45 students participated in the program.

Published on July 13, 2008


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This butterfly was on display during a nature program at Ford NAture Center at Mill Creek Park Friday.

Published on July 13, 2008


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SCRAPPERS - LAKE MONSTERS - (12) Juan Valdes makes a play on the ball Thursday night at Eastwood Field.

Published on July 13, 2008


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Steffin Gantt

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Isaac Arroyo of Springfield Twp shows off the new iphone he purchased Friday morning at the ATT store in Boardman. Customers waited in line, some overnight, outside the store to purchase the phones.

Published on July 13, 2008


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Lori Filicky and her son Mark, 5, of Boardman shopping at the Giant Eagle in Cornersburg. "I'll certainly miss it," She said, "With three boys, I've been here nearly everyday for 17 years."

Published on July 13, 2008


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100th anniversary of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church

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Tori Augustine 10, of Boardman learns the making of a meatball sandwich at the Italian Heritage week from Margurite Gondol and Lisa Orlando at the Italian Heritage week 100th anniversary of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church

Published on July 13, 2008


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Goat Whisperer: Jenna Parry, 12, of Champion, gives her goat, Ivy, a pep talk before the livestock judging at the Trumbull County Fair on Friday, July 11, 2008.

Published on July 13, 2008


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One of the reliefs - station of the cross along the walls at Mt Carmel - 100th anniversary of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church.

Published on July 13, 2008


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[7.5.2008] Bob Bastian, of Warren, fills the fuel cell on his 1975 Vegas Station Wagon, a Super Pro Class dragster, at Quaker City Drag Strip July 5, 2008. Bastian fixed and assembled the car, which he has been racing for 10 years, with the help of Abruzzi Transmissions, of Warren, and Koffel's Place who does the engine work. Bastian has racing since 1964 primarily dragsters since 1964 with a brief stint of stock car racing. Bastian and his daughter describe the community at the Quaker City Drag Strip as "one big family" where "the kids have grown up together on the weekends" and people gather not only on the track but also off the track in one case taking a trip to Six Flags. "I've thought about giving it up every weekend I lose," says Bastian referring to his interest in drag racing, " but 10 minutes later I'm ready to go again." "I've lived on adrenaline all my life," says Bastian, who spent 31 years as a firefighter, and considers adrenaline and competition as major appeals of drag racing. "Me and my daughter are competitive together," says Bastian, " and she'll be a good racer when she gets in a big car."

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[7.12.2008] Fawn Allison, Great Great Granddaughter of master builder P. Ross Berry, speaks to guests during the Commemoration of St. Augustine Episcopal Chapel, of which she is a member, as a recepient of an Ohio Historical Marker July 12, 2008. Charles Berry, son of P. Ross Berry, completed construction of the church in 1921, which is the only known church in Mahoning County to be chartered by an African American woman. The church, chartered by Lenora Berry in 1907, ministered to its congregation out of their homes for 11 years before purchasing the property where the church stands today.

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Pat Palombo - 100th anniversary of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church

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PEDALING FOR A CAUSE: Brian McCandless, a junior at Slippery Rock University and a Butler County native, doesn't let cystic fibrosis slow him down. Law year, the 21-year-old raised $14,000 for The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation on his 2,045-mile trek. He's hoping to top that this year.

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100th anniversary of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church

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SCRAPPERS - (27) Lonnie Chisenhall waits on the throw as (13) Robi Estrada comes in to break up the play Saturday night at Eastwood Field.

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Erica Gresko, daughter of Edward and Joan Gresko of Canfield, has received her doctorate in clinical psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology.

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7.5.2008 Bob Bastian, of Warren, pulls up to the starting line at Quaker City Drag Strip in his 1975 Vegas Station Wagon, a Super Pro Class dragster, with a personal best record of an 8.39 second quarter mile at 163 mph. Bastian fixed and assembled the car, which he has been racing for 10 years, with the help of Abruzzi Transmissions, of Warren, and Koffel's Place who does the engine work. Bastian has racing since 1964 primarily dragsters since 1964 with a brief stint of stock car racing. Bastian and his daughter describe the community at the Quaker City Drag Strip as "one big family" where "the kids have grown up together on the weekends" and people gather not only on the track but also off the track in one case taking a trip to Six Flags. "I've thought about giving it up every weekend I lose," says Bastian referring to his interest in drag racing, " but 10 minutes later I'm ready to go again." "I've lived on adrenaline all my life," says Bastian, who spent 31 years as a firefighter, and considers adrenaline and competition as major appeals of drag racing. "Me and my daughter are competitive together," says Bastian, " and she'll be a good racer when she gets in a big car."

Published on July 13, 2008


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[7.12.2008] Jon Weaver, of Greenville, smiles as Zachary Easton, age 7 of Canfield, tries on a midieval style helmet at a tent belonging to The Society for Creative Anachronism during the ?FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS? along Wick Ave. Saturday afternoon. The group of medieval enthusiasts recreate the tournament style fighting, craft making, drama, music, camping, and cooking of the era citing the importance of learning history beyond simply reading about it and by experiencing it as well. More information can be found at the local chapter's website www.rivenvale.org/ or the national website www.sca.org.

Published on July 13, 2008


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100th Anniversary of the Mt. Carmel Festival

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Lyle Johnston, owner of Apple Castle near New Castle looks at peaches on his farm 7-10-2008. He is the 5th generation of Johnstons to run the farm which features orchards sweet corn and blueberries.

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Katie Marie Vincer has graduated from Ohio State University’s College of Dentistry with her doctorate of dental surgery.

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[7.5.2008] Eric Houck, of Boardman, rides a jetski July 5, 2008 at Lake Milton where his in-laws have a place on the lake. Houck hasn't noticed a decline in jet ski usage on the lake, but has noticed "quite a few less boats."

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Renee Elizabeth Williams has graduated from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law with her juris doctor degree.

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Jeremiah Adams, 10, poses with his blue-ribbon Nubian goat Ruby at the Trumbull County on Friday, July 11, 2008.

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[7.12.2008] Vince Shivers, of Youngstown, unveils The Ohio Historical Society's marker recognizing St. Augustine Episcopal Chapel as a place of historical significance in the state as civil war re-enactors Steffon Jones (left) and Frederick Smith, both of Youngstown, represent the 5th USCT (United States Colored Troops) July 12, 2008. Lenora Berry chartered the church in 1907, making it the only known church in Mahoning County to have been chartered by an African American woman. Shivers began the work of requesting a marker at the church 5 years ago and is currently in the process of completing the application with the National Register of Historical Places.

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[7.12.2008] Laura Huffman, of Wadsworth, and Jenny Blazek, of Farmington, dance the Trenchmore beside a tent belonging to the Society for Creative Anachronism at the YSU Summer Festival of the Arts along Wick Ave. Saturday afternoon. The group of medieval enthusiasts recreate the tournament style fighting, craft making, drama, music, camping, and cooking of the era citing the importance of learning history beyond simply reading about it and by experiencing it as well. More information can be found at the local chapter's website www.rivenvale.org/ or the national website www.sca.org.

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Jennifer Marie Mateja of New Castle, Pa., has received her dentistry degree from the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Dental Medicine. She graduated in the top 10 in her class.

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Golfers Dan Lamping, left, of Struthers and Jason Nespeca, of Youngstown, explain how high gas price and economy impact their playing of golf.

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Jeremiah Adams, 10, poses with his blue-ribbon Nigerian Dwarf goat Lucky at the Trumbull County Fair on Friday, July 11, 2008.

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[7.5.2008] Caylah Mccammon (left), age 8, and John Mccamon (right), age 10, both of Canfield ride in an intertube across Lake Milton July 5, 2008. "I've noticed more wave runners on the lake," says John Antonucci who mans the wheel of the boat and enjoys being able to take the kids out but admits, "whipping kids around sure eats up gas."

Published on July 13, 2008


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NO COACHING PLANNED: Jeff Wilkins, who helped at a kickers and punters camp at Youngstown State Tuesday, says he has no plans to coach.

Published on July 9, 2008


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WORDS OF WISDOM: Jeff Wilkins, left, former placekicker at Youngstown State and in the NFL, gives pointers to high school-aged participants at a kickers and punters camp at Youngstown State University's Stambaugh Stadium Tuesday.

Published on July 9, 2008


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Newton township police officer Thomas J. Colosimo

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Terrance Tate, of Youngstown.

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Associate Minister Troy Hunter of Christian Revival and Discipleship Center in Youngstown.

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Associate Minister Tanya Reid of Christian Revival and Discipleship Center in Youngstown.

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TRANSPLANT GAME PARTICIPANT: Russell D. Beatty Sr., center, who has a new heart, will be in Pittsburgh this weekend to compete in the U.S. Transplant Games, an Olympic-style event for people with organ transplants. With him is his wife Ruth, and his grandson, Travis Beatty, who trains his grandfather in the shot put.

Published on July 9, 2008


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FISTFUL OF MEDALS: Nick Carson of Poland, a dual kidney transplant recipient, shows off the medals he has won in swimming and cycling events at U.S>, World and Australian Transplant Games, including gold he won swimming the butterfly at the World Games in London, Ontario. He will attend this weekend's U.S. Transplant Games in Pittsburgh, but will not compete for health reasons.

Published on July 9, 2008


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FOR SALE: Ex-Attorney Marc Dann is looking to leave his LIberty house, putting it up for sale for $295,000.

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NEW TRAINEE: Barbara Allen, 50, of Warren is one of the new people hired at General Motors' Lordstown plant. She is one of 500 people attending orientation training sessions this week.

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Realtor Jerry Altobelli supports an idea by Niles Mayor Ralph Infante to give a $500 city grant to GM employees working the third shift at Lordstown if they buy or build a home in Niles. Altobelli says the $500 of taxpayer money will be regained several times over in the new homeowner's taxes.

Published on July 9, 2008


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US President George W. Bush, right, with Prime Minister of India Manmohan Singh, left, following their meeting at the G8 summit, Wednesday, July 9, 2008 in the lakeside resort of Toyako on Japan's northen island of Hokkaido.

Published on July 9, 2008


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Trumbull County Deputy Dallas Young, Assistant Prosecutor Diane Barber and Newton Township Patrolman Tom Colosimo are among the officials who will speak at an organizational meeting of the Trumbull County Child Abduction Response Team Monday in Newton Falls. The team is being organized to provide trained personnel and resources to help find a missing or abducted child.

Published on July 9, 2008


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Judge John Durkin listens to testimony - Terrance Tate, whose confession was suppressed by the 7th District Court of Appeals, 8:30 a.m. The prosecution is appealing the suppression to the Ohio Supreme Court. Tate faces the death penalty.

Published on July 9, 2008


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Colette Quick of Warren a new GM hiree one of the new GM Lordstown hirees talks about her experience outside a training session at Lordstown HS Tuesday.

Published on July 9, 2008


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U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (D-Avon)

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Ohio Governor Ted Strickland (D-Lisbon)

Published on July 8, 2008


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Former Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann

Published on July 8, 2008


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7.6.2008 Dan Sinclair and Krystal Hamm (left) and Joe Mix (right) prepare to leave a parking lot along Mahoning Ave in Austintown with 45 other motorcycles embarking on a ride in honor of Matthew Adam Tynal who died in a motorcycle accident on July 1, 2007.

Published on July 6, 2008


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7.6.2008 Joe Mix, of Austintown, leans on his bike in a parking lot along Mahoning Ave. in Austintown preparing to lead a procession of 47 motorcyclists on a ride in honor of Matthew Adam Tynal who passed away from a motorcycle accident July 1, 2007.

Published on July 6, 2008


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7.6.2008 Jason Pavlik, of Austintown, leaves Resurrection Park in Austintown following paying respects at the grave site of Matthew Adam Tynal along with over 46 other motorcyclists.

Published on July 6, 2008


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7.6.2008 Motorcyclists at Resurrection Cemetery in Austintown in visiting the grave of Matthew Adam Tynal, who passed away from a motorcycle accident on July 1, 2007.

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7.6.2008 Matt Rohrbaugh, of Austintown, puts his gloves back on preparing to continue on a ride involving 47 motorcycles in honor of Matthew Adam Tynal, who died in a motorcycle accident July 1, 2007. "The Lost Boyz" Motorcycle Club of Youngstown was founded in Tynal's honor.

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7.6.2008 Motorcyclists gather at Resurrection Cemetery in Austintown to pay respects to Matthew Adam Tynal who passed away in a motorcycle accident over a year prior on July 1, 2007. Geoffrey Hauschild

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7.6.2008 Pat Harbison, of Youngstown, lays his hand on the grave of fellow motorcyclist and friend, Matthew Adam Tynal, who died July 1, 2007 from a motorcycle accident.

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7.6.2008 Dan Sinclair, of Youngstown, hangs an orange bandanna on the tree beside the grave of Matthew Adam Tynal, who died in a motorcycle accident July 1, 2008. "The Lost Boyz" Motorcycle Club was created in honor of Tynal, choosing the colors of his motorcycle, orange, black and white as their own.

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7.6.2008 Motorcyclists pay their respects at the grave of Matthew Adam Tynal who passed away from a motorcycle accident on July 1, 2007.

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7.6.2008 Jimmy Hughes Jr, of Youngstown, shows the tattoo on his bicep he received in honor of Matthew Adam Tynal, who died from a motorcycle accident on July 1, 2007.

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7.6.2008 Jimmy Hughes Jr, of Youngstown, stands in reflection among fellow motorcyclists paying their respects at the grave of Matthew Adam Tynal, who died from a motorcycle accident on July 1, 2007. "It makes you feel free," Hughes said of riding motorcycles while donning orange bandannas, the color of Tynal's motorcycle and the motorcycle club, "The Lost Boyz," found in his honor.

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7.6.2008 Matt Rohrbaugh (left) and Joe Mix (right), both of Austintown, stand with a total of more than 47 motorcyclists at Resurrection Cemetery off Raccoon Road in Austintown after paying respects at the grave of Matthew Adam Tynal. The stop was part of a ride organized by Mix, a member of "The Lost Boyz," a motorcycle group created in honor of Tynal, who passed away July 1, 2007 from a motorcycle accident in Youngstown.

Published on July 6, 2008


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7.4.2008 Myleigh Caballero (1), of Austintown, seems to declare her own independence during the Fourth of July parade in Austintown.

Published on July 4, 2008


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7.4.2008 Beatrice and Martin Joseph, of Austintown, ride past during the Austintown Fourth of July Parade in their 1960 Corvette. Martin restored the vehicle himself.

Published on July 4, 2008


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7.4.2008 Robert Malizia (8) and Chase Toole (8) distribute candy and rehydrate while walking the parade route during Austintown's Fourth of July Parade. The two boys are Cub Scouts in Pack 84 based at Austintown Community Church.

Published on July 4, 2008


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7.4.2008 Janet Pence, of Austintown, rides along on the back of a van decorated by Bethel Assembly of God during Austintown's Fourth of July Parade.

Published on July 4, 2008


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7.4.2008 Darnell Townsend (3), of Austintown, hands off some candy before venturing back to receive treats from the participants of Austintown's Fourth of July Parade along Raccoon Road, Friday afternoon.

Published on July 4, 2008


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7.4.2008 Hannah Fryfogle (7), of Austintown, sorts through her candy and Cadence Pounds (4), also of Austintown, plays with a new necklace while others watch the Austintown Fourth of July Parade pass by on Raccoon Road, Friday afternoon.

Published on July 4, 2008


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7.4.2008 Darnell Townsend (3), of Austintown, blows a whistle in celebration of the Fourth of July Parade held in Austintown along Raccoon Road.

Published on July 4, 2008


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7.4.2008 Cadence Pounds (4), of Austintown, enjoys the free candy as Matthew Fryfogle (2), also of Austintown, leaps out to grab a piece left behind during the Fourth of July Parade in Austintown.

Published on July 4, 2008


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7.4.2008 Members of Austintown-Fitch High School Marching Band file past during the Fourth of July Parade Friday afternoon, along Raccoon Road in Austintown.

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7.4.2008 Crowds line the street for the Fourth of July Parade along Raccoon Road in Austintown.

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7.4.2008 George Caban, of Campbell, a.k.a. "Porgie the Clown" cracks jokes while making a purple teddy bear balloon animal for Kaylee Kilbert (12), of Canfield, following Canfield's Fourth of July Parade in downtown Canfield, Friday morning.

Published on July 4, 2008


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7.4.2008 Ceara Carney, a Canfield High School Cheerleader and junior classman, paints Macey Kalina's, (age 3 of Canfield) name on her cheek opposite a firecracker during Canfield's Fourth of July Parade, Friday morning.

Published on July 4, 2008


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7.4.2008 Ceara Carney, a Canfield High School Cheerleader and junior classman, paints Macey Kalina's, (age 3 of Canfield) name on her cheek opposite a firecracker during Canfield's Fourth of July Parade, Friday morning.

Published on July 4, 2008


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7.4.2008 Caleb Dean (2), of Austintown, takes a break from scavenging candy to cover his ears as fire trucks drive past blaring their sirens during the Fourth of July Parade in Canfield, Friday morning.

Published on July 4, 2008


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7.4.2008 Canfield's State Championship winning High School Girls Varsity Softball Team rides atop a fire truck along Route 46 during Canfield's Fourth of July parade Friday morning.

Published on July 4, 2008


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7.4.2008 Taylor (4) and Dylan (2) Smesko, of Canfield, gather candy from the sides of Route 46 in downtown Canfield during the Fourth of July parade held Friday morning.

Published on July 4, 2008


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7.4.2008 Members of St. Stanislaus Post 1222 Catholic War Veterans march through downtown Canfield during the Fourth of July Parade Friday morning.

Published on July 4, 2008


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7.4.2008 The Tri-State Marine Detatchment 494 of Youngstown marches through downtown Canfield during the annual Fourth of July Parade, Friday morning.

Published on July 4, 2008


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7.4.2008 The Canfield High School Band marches past Canfield's Olde Courthouse during the Fourth of July parade, Friday morning in downtown Canfield.

Published on July 4, 2008


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U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan of Niles

Published on July 3, 2008


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Youngstown Mayor Jay Williams

Published on July 3, 2008


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