facebooktwitterRSS
- Advertisement -
  • Most Commentedmost commented up
  • Most Emailedmost emailed up
  • Popularmost popular up

Poland


Residential
5 bedroom, 6 bath
$395000


Poland


Residential
4 bedroom, 7 bath
$949900


- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -

« Latest photos / 2009 / August / 24

Photos on August 24, 2009

photo thumbnail

LASTING TRIBUTE: The names of 42 young men from Woodrow Wilson High School killed in World War II and the names of three who died in Vietnam are listed on the war memorial now adorning a wall at Wilson Middle School on Gibson Street. Local Gold Star Mothers raised the money to build the memorial after World War II, and it was originally attached to Wilson High School which no long exists.

Added: Mon, August 24, 2009

photo thumbnail

The memorial removed from the original Woodrow Wilson High School on Gibson Street was removed when the school was demolished. The marble memorial was saved and is back in place facing north in the eventual court yard area.

Added: Mon, August 24, 2009

photo thumbnail

OLDIES BUT NOT SUCH GOODIES: Rob Fellman, owner of Boardman Subaru and vice president of the Auto Dealers Association of Eastern Ohio, said the Cash-for-Clunkers program was a big success. He is standing in front of some of the clunkers he took in on trade from customers who cashed in on the $3,500 to $4,500 the government was offering to new car buyers. A lot of the trade-ins were almost worthless, he said.

Added: Mon, August 24, 2009

photo thumbnail

The original marble memorial with the High School Name etched in it.

Added: Mon, August 24, 2009

photo thumbnail

ENROLLMENT UP: Freshman Rachel Clifton of Hubbard, took a moment between classes to check her schedule as Youngstown State University. University officials said first-day enrollment Monday for the fall semester reached 14,425, the highest number in 16 years.

Added: Mon, August 24, 2009

photo thumbnail

ALL SMILES: Rob Fellman, owner of Boardman Subaru, South Avenue, leans on one of the many “clunkers” he took in on trade during the federal government’s Cash-for-Clunkers program. Under the $3 billion federal program, which ended Monday, new vehicle buyers received from $3,500 to $4,500 cash back for their old gas-guzzling vehicles.

Added: Mon, August 24, 2009

photo thumbnail

Jeremy Ripoli and Mary Sforza

Added: Mon, August 24, 2009

photo thumbnail

Crawford

Added: Mon, August 24, 2009

photo thumbnail

John C. Thorne III and Jennifer Boeshart

Added: Mon, August 24, 2009

photo thumbnail

Tiffany Fagert and Jeremy Smith

Added: Mon, August 24, 2009

photo thumbnail

Drew Hummer and Lindsay Keller

Added: Mon, August 24, 2009

photo thumbnail

Nicole Woodall and William Palkovic

Added: Mon, August 24, 2009

News
Opinion
Entertainment
Sports
Marketplace
Classifieds
Records
Discussions
Community
Help
Forms
Neighbors

HomeTerms of UsePrivacy StatementAdvertiseStaff DirectoryHelp
© 2014 Vindy.com. All rights reserved. A service of The Vindicator.
107 Vindicator Square. Youngstown, OH 44503

Phone Main: 330.747.1471 • Interactive Advertising: 330.740.2955 • Classified Advertising: 330.746.6565
Sponsored Links: Vindy Wheels | Vindy Jobs | Vindy Homes | Pittsburgh International Airport