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« Latest photos / 2010 / January / 28

Photos on January 28, 2010

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Marie Poling

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Cody Strang

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John "Ace" Congemi is on the right with Frank Terlecky in their defensive stance at Ohio State in 1938.

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PANTHERS HOLD OFF IRISH: Ursuline’s Aurielle Irizzary (5) takes a shot but is fouled while defended by East’s Briana Dawson (10) and Lesa Monet Oliver (22) during the second quarter of Thursday’s game at Ursuline High School. Irizzary put up 16 points, but the Irish fell to the Panthers, 50-45.

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TITLE SHOT: Boxers Billy Lyell of Niles, left, and Sebastian Sylvester of Germany pose for the media during a press conference Thursday in Germany, where Lyell (21-7 with 4 KOs) will get the chance that he has been waiting for on Saturday: A shot at Sylvester’s International Boxing Federation middleweight title. The bout will take place at the Jahnsportforum in Sylvester’s home town of Neubrandenburg.

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John "Ace" Congemi

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LIFE IMITATES ART: Pittsburgh Pirates center fielder Andrew McCutchen looks at a painting of Hall of Famer Roberto Clemente that hangs at The Butler Institute of American Art on Wick Avenue. McCutchen was in town Thursday with the Pirates Caravan, which stops annually at the museum. Some 200 fans attended.

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RANGE OF SIZES: Larry Culler, assistant chief of the New Middletown Fire Department, shows the three sizes of pet oxygen masks to accommodate different pets. The masks fit over an animal’s muzzle and tubing directs air from an oxygen tank to the animal.

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KEEPING PETS SAFE: Demonstrating the new oxygen mask for pets donated by Invisible Fence are, from left, Cole Smith, 10; Paige Smith, 8; Buddy, the cockpoo who is being held by his owner and their grandmother, Janet Smith of New Middletown; and Bill Opsitnik, New Middletown fire chief.

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ASKING FOR HELP: Relatives of murder victims are asking the public to provide police with information leading to the arrest of the killers. The relatives are standing in front of the Evergreen Avenue home where the shootings took place. From left, De’Andre Parker, holding a picture of Danielle Parker, Dwayne Boone, LaShanda Boone and Shanell Boone, holding a picture of Marvin Boone. Danielle Parker, Marvin Boone, Anthony Crockett and Christopher Howard were killed.

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SOMBER REMINDER: It has been three years since the shooting deaths of four people at a South Side home. Police have made no arrests, and family members of the victims still have no answers. Dasha Burley, the mother of victim Anthony Crockett, holds a picture of Crockett and his daughter, Antanasia Crockett. In the background is the vacant West Evergreen Avenue house where the shootings occurred.

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The Vindicator/Robert McFerren

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Special to The Vindicator HELPING HANDS: Howland’s Lanai Salon, with a little ingenuity and the spirit of giving, took a corporate gift and turned it into a fundraiser for the Ireland Cancer Center at Trumbull Memorial Hospital. Salon employees created a gift basket worth nearly $500 and sold tickets to clients and the community for a raffle. The basket included a pink limited edition Paul Mitchell flatiron, a professional blow dryer and an array of other salon and spa products. In two months, the salon raised more than $900 for the cancer center. Fran Ruberto, a salon owner, said another raffle is in the works. The salon is at 165 Niles Cortland Road, in the Galleria Suites. For more information call Christine Ruggieri at (330) 240-4838. Above, Melanie Kush, Jen Ulp, Ruberto, Gina Cannell and Ashley Lokash, Lanai Salon employees, present a check to Christine Ruggieri, from the Trumbull Memorial Hospital Foundation.

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Dr. Ned Hill

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Jordan Brown

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DOUBLE-TEAMED: Youngstown State’s Sirlester Martin (5) and Vance Cooksey (4) defend against Michael Glasker (1) of North Carolina Central during Wednesday’s game at the Beeghly Center. YSU won the game 70-57.

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ALL FOR ONE: Campbell Memorial’s Iesha Moses, center, goes up for a rebounds against Champion’s Haley McAllister (35) and Mackenzie Kiser (51) during the third quarter of Wednesday’s All-American Conference game. The Red Devils won 35-32.

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Gov. Ted Strickland shakes hands with workers at M-7 Technologies in Youngstown. The governor visited the plant Wednesday to highlight its job-creation efforts and use of job-training programs.

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AWARD WINNER: Dr. Chakri Yarlagadda, right, is in his native India this week to receive the Hind Rattan (Jewel of India) Award given annually to nonresident Indians in recognition of their services, achievements and contributions in their fields. Dr. Yarlagadda, a cardiologist and vice president of the Ohio Heart Institute here, is accompanied on the trip by his friend Stephen Gerish, left, of Canfield, a load-limit inspector for the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

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SOMBER GATHERING: Three carnations mark the spot at St. Dominic Church where Angeline Fimognari would sit during Mass. The Most Rev. George Murry, bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Youngstown, led an 8 a.m. Mass on Wednesday for Fimognari, 80, who was shot and killed Saturday morning outside the church.

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LET US PRAY: Youngstown Mayor Jay Williams bows with parishioners during the Mass. Fimognari’s funeral was later Wednesday morning at St. Charles Church in Boardman.

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VALLEY VIEWERS: Jack Koscelansky and Dee Troll of Austintown watch the State of the Union address at Ball Busters Sports Bar in Austintown.

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Canfield Police Chief Chuck Colucci

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Geraldine Banks

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