Klacic Real Estate of Poland joined the fight against childhood cancer recently by participating in the “St. Jude Give thanks. Walk.” Nov. 19 at the Southern Park Mall. Supporters in the Youngstown area, and in 80 communities nationwide, came together to participate in the family-friendly event to raise funds for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Members of Team Klacik included, left to right: Kay Parks, David Klacik, company owner/broker Michael D. Klacik, Nikki Hatfield, Katie Hatfield and Colleen Centofanti.
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Baltimore running back Ray Rice (27) looks for room to run as tight end Ed Dickson takes out the Browns’ Joe Haden in the second quarter of Sunday’s game in Cleveland. The Ravens won 24-10.
The Steelers’ Antonio Brown celebrates after returning a punt for a touchdown during the second quarter against Cincinnati during Sunday’s game in Pittsburgh. The Steelers routed their division rival 35-7.
Cardinal Mooney’s Ryan Farragher has the ball knocked away by Springfield Shawnee’s Drew Young during the Division III state championship game Friday at Canton’s Fawcett Stadium. The Cardinals held on for a 21-14 victory.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy leave the building after their meeting in Strasbourg, France. Sarkozy and Merkel will meet in Paris today to unveil a proposal for closer political and economic ties among the 17 countries that use the euro. Though the leaders diff er on some of the details, their
cooperation has been so tight, they have come to be known by a single name: “Merkozy.”
Boardman Park’s first Christmas tree is lit during the township’s annual holiday light-display event
Jacob Burkett, 10, of East Canton, visits Santa at the party for family members of deployed Army National
Guard soldiers in Lordstown.
A sign at the Mahoning County recorder’s office is a not-so-subtle hint to title searchers seeking information on oil and gas rights to clean up after themselves. Title searchers have swamped the offi ce for more than a year
because of oil-and-gas rights related to Utica and Marcellus shales.