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Joshua Maiden.

Joshua Maiden.

Joshua Maiden.


Larry Smith.

Larry Smith.

Larry Smith.


Mary Hallewell shows off a pan of freshly made stuffed cabbage rolls (halupki) waiting for sauce to be added that will be sold from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. today at Mahoning United Methodist Church, 2214 Mahoning Ave., Youngstown. The church sells the cabbage rolls as a weekly fundraiser, which happens to coincide with Election Day this week. In addition to the halupki, the kitchen crew also makes and sells haluski, a dish of noodles and cabbage. .

Mary Hallewell shows off a pan of freshly made stuffed ...

Mary Hallewell shows off a pan of freshly made stuffed cabbage rolls (halupki) waiting for sauce to be added that will be sold from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. today at Mahoning United Methodist Church, ...


Members of Mahoning United Methodist Church, from left, Hallewell, Cindy Kramer and Dawn Crosby form a production line to make halupki. The crew makes between 200 and 400 cabbage rolls weekly. TheyÕre hoping people on the go on Election Day stop and buy some for dinner. .

Members of Mahoning United Methodist Church, from left, Hallewell, Cindy ...

Members of Mahoning United Methodist Church, from left, Hallewell, Cindy Kramer and Dawn Crosby form a production line to make halupki. The crew makes between 200 and 400 cabbage rolls weekly. TheyÕre hoping people on ...


From top left, clockwise, Kyle Forward, Kevin Koncsol, Katelyn Lawrence and Maria Thompson dressed up as characters from the cartoon 'Scooby-Doo' for a costume contest Saturday at the Phantoms hockey game.

From top left, clockwise, Kyle Forward, Kevin Koncsol, Katelyn Lawrence ...

From top left, clockwise, Kyle Forward, Kevin Koncsol, Katelyn Lawrence and Maria Thompson dressed up as characters from the cartoon 'Scooby-Doo' for a costume contest Saturday at the Phantoms hockey game.


Eagerly awaiting guests for an upcoming tradition in Austintown are hostesses/committee members, from left, Rae Jeanne Mollica, Marge Goldner, and Joyce Pogany. Christmas High Tea, sponsored by the Austintown Historical Society, will be served Nov. 14 at Austintown’s National Historic Landmark, the Strock Stone House, 7171 Mahoning Ave. The public is invited, but reservations are a must and need to be made before Sunday. Seatings will be at noon, 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. The cost is $14 per person; $7 for children under 12. The menu includes coffees and a variety of teas, finger sandwiches, scones, pastries and extras that are served during a traditional High Tea. Bone china cups, saucers and dessert plates will complement the lace tablecloths. Free tours of the house will be conducted after each seating. Also included will be a basket raffle. All proceeds will benefit the historical society. Make checks payable to Austintown Historical Society and mail to 1181 S. Raccoon Road, Austintown, OH 44515.

Eagerly awaiting guests for an upcoming tradition in Austintown are ...

Eagerly awaiting guests for an upcoming tradition in Austintown are hostesses/committee members, from left, Rae Jeanne Mollica, Marge Goldner, and Joyce Pogany. Christmas High Tea, sponsored by the Austintown Historical Society, will be served Nov. ...


Sarah Parker
Mark Jump

Sarah Parker Mark Jump

Sarah Parker Mark Jump


Jennifer Rodriguez
Jeremy Cuevas

Jennifer Rodriguez Jeremy Cuevas

Jennifer Rodriguez Jeremy Cuevas


Making preparations for Angels for Animals’ 5th annual Holiday Wine Taste from 7-10 p.m. Saturday are, from left to right, Alice Marchione, volunteer and board member; Lisa Kishok, office manager; and Diane Less, founder of Angels. Also pictured is the adoptable Lab mix, Hailey. For more information call 330-549-1111. The wine taste will take place at Andrews Hall at Angels, 4750 West South Range Rd. Canfield, OH 44406.

Making preparations for Angels for Animals’ 5th annual Holiday Wine ...

Making preparations for Angels for Animals’ 5th annual Holiday Wine Taste from 7-10 p.m. Saturday are, from left to right, Alice Marchione, volunteer and board member; Lisa Kishok, office manager; and Diane Less, founder of ...