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Photos on April 27, 2011

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Youngstown City Schools Superintendent Connie Hathorn speaks to students Wednesday at Williamson Elementary School as they prepare for Friday’s Ohio Achievement Assessments.

Added: Wed, April 27, 2011

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Williamson Elementary School kindergarten through second-graders gathered to encourage the school’s third- through fifth-graders who will be taking the Ohio Achievement Test on Friday. Williamson hosted a “Rally for the Test” on Wednesday. At right, Youngstown City Schools Superintendent Connie Hathorn speaks to students at the rally.

Added: Wed, April 27, 2011

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John Brown, a Warren resident and city councilman, is one person who’s opted to bike to work instead of driving. He’s pedaled his bike to his job at Thomas Steel Strip Corp., a 5-mile ride, for much of the past five years.

Added: Tue, April 26, 2011

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L. Nathaniel Pinkard

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Al Novak

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Jodi Stoyak, Liberty Township trustee, center, helps Victoria Ferry, a junior at Liberty High School, try on an orange vest that she’ll be wearing as she and other student volunteers participate in the Great American Cleanup this weekend. Jacob Schriner-Briggs, also a junior, left, said the community service would benefit the township.

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John Brown, a Warren resident and city councilman, is one person who’s opted to bike to work instead of driving. He’s pedaled his bike to his job at Thomas Steel Strip Corp., a 5-mile ride, for much of the past five years.

Added: Tue, April 26, 2011

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From left, the Rev. Al Yanno of Metro Assembly of God; Jim Lipjanic, co-owner of City Wide Lawn Equipment on Southern Boulevard; Travis Ranshaw, the church’s junior high pastor; and Mike Vargo, City Wide co-owner, show the donation of lawn mowers, leaf blowers and weed whackers to the church.

Added: Wed, April 27, 2011

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The right way: During a “Safety On Wheels” program presented by Hubbard Optimist Club on April 15 at St. Patrick School in Hubbard, from left, Lou Carsone, acting Hubbard City Police Chief, and Todd Coonce, Hubbard Township Police Chief, taught second-grade students proper hand signals to use while riding their bikes on roadways. During the bike safety program the students also learned that if a city or township police officer sees them wearing a helmet while riding a bike, they will receive a certificate for a free treat from Hubbard Dairy Queen. Following the bike safety program the Optimist Club gave each student a new bike helmet.

Added: Thu, April 14, 2011

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Making them aware: Because it cares about children in the community, Hubbard Optimist Club has been donating money to support various drug awareness programs for students in Hubbard schools for the past 15 years. Ray Wright, Optimist president, continued the tradition recently by presenting a check for $225 to Cindy Lacko, principal at St. Patrick School, where the funds will be used to support the drug awareness programs.

Added: Wed, April 13, 2011

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Displaying a poster showing the important facts about a brunch to be sponsored by the Youngstown-Warren (Ohio) Black Nurses Association are, from left, Lynn Veal, president, and Carole Dubose and Wayna Hightower, scholarship committee members. Not pictured are Brenda Averhart, scholarship chairwoman, and Ester McCain and Cynthia McWilson, media representatives.

Added: Wed, April 27, 2011

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People walk on a road in Vilonia, Ark., Tuesday, April 26, 2011, after a tornado hit the area late Monday. The storm system killed at least seven people, including three who drowned in floods in northwest Arkansas.

Added: Tue, April 26, 2011

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