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CELEBRATION: Linda Kovachik, former James A. Traficant Jr. congressional staffer, has tied yellow ribbons around her trees in anticipation of his release from prison.

CELEBRATION: Linda Kovachik, former James A. Traficant Jr. congressional staffer, ...

CELEBRATION: Linda Kovachik, former James A. Traficant Jr. congressional staffer, has tied yellow ribbons around her trees in anticipation of his release from prison.


PAST AND PRESENT: Judge Theresa Dellick, center, of Mahoning County Juvenile Court, poses with Betty Joyce, left, and Linda McNally at a groundbreaking ceremony for an addition at the Martin P. Joyce Juvenile Justice Center in Youngstown. Mrs. Joyce’s late husband, Judge Martin P. Joyce, for whom the building was renamed, and Mrs. McNally’s late husband, Judge James McNally, are the only other judges to serve at the JJC, which opened in 1979 on East Scott Street and replaced the Juvenile Research Center on Parkwood Avenue.

PAST AND PRESENT: Judge Theresa Dellick, center, of Mahoning County ...

PAST AND PRESENT: Judge Theresa Dellick, center, of Mahoning County Juvenile Court, poses with Betty Joyce, left, and Linda McNally at a groundbreaking ceremony for an addition at the Martin P. Joyce Juvenile Justice Center ...


HOW IT WAS: Much work occurred before Canfield Fair opening day, including replacing the roofs of the Carriage Museum, 4-H Coliseum and Grange Building. The Carriage Museum’s construction, above, was the most expensive and took the longest. Built in 1975, it needed a new roof, floor and drain work.

HOW IT WAS: Much work occurred before Canfield Fair opening ...

HOW IT WAS: Much work occurred before Canfield Fair opening day, including replacing the roofs of the Carriage Museum, 4-H Coliseum and Grange Building. The Carriage Museum’s construction, above, was the most expensive and took ...