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While sled riding with his grandkids at Mohawk Trails Golf Course in Bessemer, Pa., 81-year-old John Grantonic of Poland had to bail ship rather than run into the woods.

While sled riding with his grandkids at Mohawk Trails Golf ...

While sled riding with his grandkids at Mohawk Trails Golf Course in Bessemer, Pa., 81-year-old John Grantonic of Poland had to bail ship rather than run into the woods.


John Grantonic of Poland, who says he is still having fun at 81, sled rides with his grandkids at Mohawk Trails Golf Course in Bessemer, Pa.

John Grantonic of Poland, who says he is still having ...

John Grantonic of Poland, who says he is still having fun at 81, sled rides with his grandkids at Mohawk Trails Golf Course in Bessemer, Pa.


Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Flaherty

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Flaherty

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Flaherty


The classic horns of Second Avenue Project will provide selections from swing to Top 40 tunes for dancing during the main celebration at the “Mad About the Arts” benefit event at the John J. McDonough Museum of Art on Feb. 25.

The classic horns of Second Avenue Project will provide selections ...

The classic horns of Second Avenue Project will provide selections from swing to Top 40 tunes for dancing during the main celebration at the “Mad About the Arts” benefit event at the John J. McDonough ...


Leland E. Clegg, left, received a 60-year service pin and certificate when Knights Templar honored him for his long dedicated service to Masonry. Dale Hawkins, eminent commander of St. John’s No. 20, Knights Templar Commandery of Youngstown, presented the award at a recent banquet for the York Rite Bodies of Masonry.

Leland E. Clegg, left, received a 60-year service pin and ...

Leland E. Clegg, left, received a 60-year service pin and certificate when Knights Templar honored him for his long dedicated service to Masonry. Dale Hawkins, eminent commander of St. John’s No. 20, Knights Templar Commandery ...


Gayle DeRosa, left, and Tina Hays are co-chairmen of the committee that’s in charge of Quota Club of Salem’s Makeover Mania fundraiser. For a donation of $20, patrons can experience a day of pampering while supporting ways to help others. Makeover Mania will take place Feb. 20 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., and no tickets will be sold at the door.

Gayle DeRosa, left, and Tina Hays are co-chairmen of the ...

Gayle DeRosa, left, and Tina Hays are co-chairmen of the committee that’s in charge of Quota Club of Salem’s Makeover Mania fundraiser. For a donation of $20, patrons can experience a day of pampering while ...


Eric Jay and Stephanie Straub

Eric Jay and Stephanie Straub

Eric Jay and Stephanie Straub


The Vindicator | Mark Stahl: Helping animals at Second Chance Animal Rescue are, from left to right, in front, Lori Osborn and Deb Alexander, and in back, Debbie Morgan and Roy Reese. They are among the volunteers preparing for the shelter’s 11th annual Night at the Races, which will take place Saturday at St. Michael Church hall in Canfield. The event is a major fundraiser for Second Chance.

The Vindicator | Mark Stahl: Helping animals at Second Chance ...

The Vindicator | Mark Stahl: Helping animals at Second Chance Animal Rescue are, from left to right, in front, Lori Osborn and Deb Alexander, and in back, Debbie Morgan and Roy Reese. They are among ...


Sky’s the limit with education: Dr. Cynthia Anderson, right, president of Youngstown State University, accepts a check for $100,000 from Phantom Fireworks at a Youngstown Phantoms Hockey game. The check was presented Jan. 29 by Phantoms Hockey president and vice president, Alex Zoldan, left, and Ron Zoldan. The money is for YSU’s Sam and Sylvia Zoldan Scholarship Fund, established in memory of Alex and Ron’s grandparents, the parents of Phantom Fireworks President Bruce J. Zoldan and Vice President Alan L. Zoldan.

Sky’s the limit with education: Dr. Cynthia Anderson, right, president ...

Sky’s the limit with education: Dr. Cynthia Anderson, right, president of Youngstown State University, accepts a check for $100,000 from Phantom Fireworks at a Youngstown Phantoms Hockey game. The check was presented Jan. 29 by ...


Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Hamrock

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Hamrock

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Hamrock


Nakiya Kirton and Timothy J. Averhart

Nakiya Kirton and Timothy J. Averhart

Nakiya Kirton and Timothy J. Averhart