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Heather Humeniuk and Kevin Reeves

Heather Humeniuk and Kevin Reeves

Heather Humeniuk and Kevin Reeves


Anthony M. Ghioldi and Elia Crisucci

Anthony M. Ghioldi and Elia Crisucci

Anthony M. Ghioldi and Elia Crisucci


Peter L. Ague III and Ashley N. Anderson

Peter L. Ague III and Ashley N. Anderson

Peter L. Ague III and Ashley N. Anderson


Terry J. Campbell and Kelly M.Melvin

Terry J. Campbell and Kelly M.Melvin

Terry J. Campbell and Kelly M.Melvin


Special to The Vindicator
STUDIOUS STUDENTS: Columbiana Area Business and Professional Women’s Club presented its 2008-2009 Scholarship Awards to two  area high school students, Kathrine Sacco of Salem High School, at left, and Ashley Thompson of Leetonia High School, at far right. Each girl received a $1,500 scholarship to help defray tuition expenses. Sharing the rewarding moment with the students are, from left, Kimberly Bland, BPW treasurer, and Maryann Pollack, scholarship chair. Annually, for more than 40 years, the BPW has issued scholarships to deserving high school students. The funds are raised at an annual style show luncheon and auction. This year the fundraiser will be at 10:30 a.m. Oct. 24 at Salem Golf Club. Local businesses interested in donating items for the auction can contact Lori Libb at (330) 853-5896 or at the Bahama Bay Tanning Salon in Salem.

Special to The Vindicator STUDIOUS STUDENTS: Columbiana Area Business and ...

Special to The Vindicator STUDIOUS STUDENTS: Columbiana Area Business and Professional Women’s Club presented its 2008-2009 Scholarship Awards to two area high school students, Kathrine Sacco of Salem High School, at left, and Ashley Thompson ...


Angela Palmer and Michael Tiberio

Angela Palmer and Michael Tiberio

Angela Palmer and Michael Tiberio


Ryan D. Dieter and Sarah L. Wagner

Ryan D. Dieter and Sarah L. Wagner

Ryan D. Dieter and Sarah L. Wagner


MISSION TRIP: From left to right, Joanne Bartos, Hannah Balogh and Corey Patrick talk about their part in a mission trip to New Orleans.

MISSION TRIP: From left to right, Joanne Bartos, Hannah Balogh ...

MISSION TRIP: From left to right, Joanne Bartos, Hannah Balogh and Corey Patrick talk about their part in a mission trip to New Orleans.


City workers remove tires collected and stacked as the Give the Children a Chance Choir and people from MCTA  cleared trees removed tires and debris mowed and planted gardens on Truesdale Avenue.

City workers remove tires collected and stacked as the Give ...

City workers remove tires collected and stacked as the Give the Children a Chance Choir and people from MCTA cleared trees removed tires and debris mowed and planted gardens on Truesdale Avenue.


PROMOTING REFORM: U.S. Rep. Charlie Wilson of St. Clairsville, D-6th, left, advocates health-care reform during an impromptu news conference Tuesday in Youngstown. Joining him is U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan of Niles, D-17th.

PROMOTING REFORM: U.S. Rep. Charlie Wilson of St. Clairsville, D-6th, ...

PROMOTING REFORM: U.S. Rep. Charlie Wilson of St. Clairsville, D-6th, left, advocates health-care reform during an impromptu news conference Tuesday in Youngstown. Joining him is U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan of Niles, D-17th.


CLEANING UP: Hope Hrabowy, 17, of Youngstown, pulls weeds in a garden at a house of South Truesdale Avenue. Members of the Give the Children a Chance Choir and the Mahoning Columbiana Training Association cleared trees, removed tires and debris, mowed grass and planted gardens Tuesday in the 100 block of South Truesdale.

CLEANING UP: Hope Hrabowy, 17, of Youngstown, pulls weeds in ...

CLEANING UP: Hope Hrabowy, 17, of Youngstown, pulls weeds in a garden at a house of South Truesdale Avenue. Members of the Give the Children a Chance Choir and the Mahoning Columbiana Training Association cleared ...


GHOST FLIGHT: Pavlik and daughter, Sydney, 4, peek out of the cockpit of the C-130. The artwork was unveiled at the base Tuesday.

GHOST FLIGHT: Pavlik and daughter, Sydney, 4, peek out of ...

GHOST FLIGHT: Pavlik and daughter, Sydney, 4, peek out of the cockpit of the C-130. The artwork was unveiled at the base Tuesday.


Geneva Bevly, 82, of Campbell, dances to the music during National Night Out at Wick Park on Tuesday evening. "I'm getting a little tired but I'm enjoying the music and doing my thing," said Bevly.

Geneva Bevly, 82, of Campbell, dances to the music during ...

Geneva Bevly, 82, of Campbell, dances to the music during National Night Out at Wick Park on Tuesday evening. "I'm getting a little tired but I'm enjoying the music and doing my thing," said Bevly.


NOSE JOB: World middleweight boxing champion Kelly “The Ghost” Pavlik and Col. Karl McGregor unveil Pavlik’s logo on the nose of a C-130 Hercules cargo transport plane at the Youngstown Air Reserve Station. The artwork was done by Michele Kennedy of Warren, who has been in the Air Force Reserve for about four years.

NOSE JOB: World middleweight boxing champion Kelly “The Ghost” Pavlik ...

NOSE JOB: World middleweight boxing champion Kelly “The Ghost” Pavlik and Col. Karl McGregor unveil Pavlik’s logo on the nose of a C-130 Hercules cargo transport plane at the Youngstown Air Reserve Station. The artwork ...


ATTENTIVE AUDIENCE: More than 200 people gather for the Mahoning County Juvenile Court Summit at the Mahoning County High School on Hudson Avenue in Youngstown. In the crowd Tuesday were two congressmen, city, county and state officials, police brass and educational, child advocacy and social service agency leaders.

ATTENTIVE AUDIENCE: More than 200 people gather for the Mahoning ...

ATTENTIVE AUDIENCE: More than 200 people gather for the Mahoning County Juvenile Court Summit at the Mahoning County High School on Hudson Avenue in Youngstown. In the crowd Tuesday were two congressmen, city, county and ...