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Photos 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.

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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.

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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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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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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.

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Gabriel G. Mobley

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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.

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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.

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

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Kenneth L. Payne

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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.

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

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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.

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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.

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

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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.

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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.

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Steffin Gantt

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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."

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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

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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.

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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.

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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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[7.12.2008] 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.

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100th Anniversary of the Mt. Carmel Festival

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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."

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

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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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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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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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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."

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