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Photos on October 5, 2011

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Mooney's #2 Amy Vinopal moves the ball up field during a game with CVCA.

Added: Wed, October 5, 2011

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William D Lewis The Vindicator Columbiana Maze Craze owned by Mike Bacon features decorations such as the ruler that customers often photograph their children with.

Added: Thu, September 16, 2010

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Dressed as zombies, Aidan, 10, Bailey, 13, and their father, John Hughes, of Niles, roamed Federal Plaza as part of the Zombie Crawl last year in downtown Youngstown.

Added: Fri, October 30, 2009

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JESSICA M. KANALAS | THE VINDICATOR..Specialty Fab employee Bill Shilott grinding .. something.. Karl said he'd fill in captions.. ..-30

Added: Tue, October 4, 2011

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Terrel Hall, 8, is hugged by his mother Melanie Hall as his father Terrence Hall Sr. looks on after a court proceeding at the Stanley Mosk Courthouse in Los Angeles, California, July 18, 2011. The family sued the manufacturer of a medical device used for circumcision and signed a $4.6 million settlement. (Al Seib/Los Angeles Times/MCT)

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Liberty High graduate Fitzgerald Toussaint, a redshirt sophomore, has shaken off some shoulder injuries to become the secondary running threat in the Michigan Wolverines’ off ense this season.

Added: Sat, October 1, 2011

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Cardinal Mooney’s Lindsey Parkins (8) battles for possession of the ball with Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy’s Katie Cook (9) during a soccer match Wednesday in Struthers. Mooney won 3-1.

Added: Wed, October 5, 2011

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Struthers running back Dave Stewart (44) wears a football helmet outfi tted with Shockstrips™, a patent-pending sports product developed by Dr. Steven D. Novicky and his wife, Kim, of Canfield, which may help prevent brain injuries in young athletes by raising the level of protection provided by virtually any helmet, be it for football, hockey, baseball, lacrosse or cycling.

Added: Wed, October 5, 2011

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Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corp. deputy director Ian J. Beniston discusses urban agriculture and development at an urban farm on Youngstown’s South Side. The tour was part of the Ohio CDC Association’s annual conference.

Added: Wed, October 5, 2011

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Students at Volney Rogers Academy were allowed to come to school Wednesday with their uniforms on inside out. It’s one of the incentives to get students to come to school during Average Daily Membership week, a week used by the state to help determine funding for schools.

Added: Wed, October 5, 2011

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Volney Rogers Academy students, from left, Hannah Coleman, a sixth-grader; Markyra Ortello, seventh-grader; Shannon Dubose, sixth-grader; and Elijah Anderson and Rontelli Reed, both seventh-graders; sported their clothing inside-out Wednesday. The inside-out day was part of the school’s efforts to maximize student attendance during Average Daily Membership week, which runs through Friday.

Added: Wed, October 5, 2011

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Kinsman’s biannual Harvest of Homes Tour this Saturday features six homes dating from the 1830s through the 20th century. This Edwardian home, at 8357 Main St., was built around 1900 and has decorative porches, stained-glass windows and an open staircase. During the tour, an old-fashioned quilting bee will take place on the home’s second story.

Added: Wed, September 28, 2011

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Dr. Steven D. Novicky and his wife, Kim, of Canfield, developed a patent-pending sports product called Shockstrips™, which may help prevent brain injuries in young athletes by raising the level of protection provided by virtually any helmet, be it for football, hockey, baseball, lacrosse or cycling.

Added: Tue, August 30, 2011

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The CSX train derailment at the Fifth Street crossing on the south end of Niles on July 30 resulted in $734,000 worth of damage to train equipment, track, signals and structures. Among the damage was destruction of the Fifth Street bridge, which carried vehicle traffic over the rail line between the Fifth Street neighborhood and Salt Springs Road.

Added: Sat, July 30, 2011

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Youngstown patrolman Michael Cox said most people are glad to see uniformed officers walking the streets of downtown during the day.

Added: Tue, October 4, 2011

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Lisa Reali, owner of William Leonard’s barber and beauty shop, waves at patrolman Michael Cox as he walks his downtown beat. The Youngstown Police Department began walking the daytime downtown beat last week.

Added: Tue, October 4, 2011

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Drawings for the new Jackson-Milton Library were revealed Wednesday at an open meeting about the project. The new facility will merge the current North Jackson and Lake Milton/Craig Beach branches into one location, which will serve the northwest portion of Mahoning County.

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Davion Rogers

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Youngstown Phantoms coach Anthony Noreen speaks at Media Day at the Covelli Centre in Youngstown on Tuesday.

Added: Tue, October 4, 2011

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A “Star Trek: The Next Generation” buff , Matthew A. Stefanak III, retiring as health commissioner of the Mahoning County District Board of Health, shows off his Star Trek replica phaser. In announcing his retirement to the staff , he said: “The captain has decided to relinquish command of the star ship.”

Added: Sun, October 3, 2010

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Chuck Myers, left, Doug Lammert and Dan Napolitan were all hired as electronic technicians Sept. 13, 1986. The three combined have 75 years of experience. They could all lose this jobs if the U.S. Postal service decides to close the distribution and processing center in downtown Youngstown.

Added: Tue, October 4, 2011

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Napolitan, center, is remodeling his Austintown home to be disabled-accessible for his wife, Patty, and brother, Joe Napolitan Jr. He fears he may not be able to complete the project should he lose his job.

Added: Sun, October 2, 2011

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Kurt Hess

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