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Taylor Minatogawa, right, watches his friends Reanne Lamason and Kyerin Cubos navigate the iPad ordering system at Stacked in Torrance, California on September 10, 2011.  (Liz O. Baylen/Los Angeles Times/MCT)

Taylor Minatogawa, right, watches his friends Reanne Lamason and Kyerin ...

Taylor Minatogawa, right, watches his friends Reanne Lamason and Kyerin Cubos navigate the iPad ordering system at Stacked in Torrance, California on September 10, 2011. (Liz O. Baylen/Los Angeles Times/MCT)


Deanna Fusillo shows off the Sweet D Bites, the signature cake/truffle item and the name of her online bakery. She delivers baked goods both locally and nationwide.

Deanna Fusillo shows off the Sweet D Bites, the signature ...

Deanna Fusillo shows off the Sweet D Bites, the signature cake/truffle item and the name of her online bakery. She delivers baked goods both locally and nationwide.


A cup of coffee is pictured with an assortment of Sweet D Bites’ biscottis. Fusillo started the online bakery after growing tired of the daily work grind and out of hopes of spending more time with her children.

A cup of coffee is pictured with an assortment of ...

A cup of coffee is pictured with an assortment of Sweet D Bites’ biscottis. Fusillo started the online bakery after growing tired of the daily work grind and out of hopes of spending more time ...


Beverly Schumann, left, executive director of teaching and learning at Youngstown city schools, and Kimberly Rose, a teacher at Kirkmere Elementary School, let loose on the dance floor during the Celebrate Forward event Tuesday at the Covelli Centre.

Beverly Schumann, left, executive director of teaching and learning at ...

Beverly Schumann, left, executive director of teaching and learning at Youngstown city schools, and Kimberly Rose, a teacher at Kirkmere Elementary School, let loose on the dance floor during the Celebrate Forward event Tuesday at ...


Ryan Roush of South Range finishes first Tuesday afternoon in Canfield. He crossed the finish line with a time of 16:10. Mark Hadley of Boardman placed second and Roush’s Raider teammate, Tim Nichols was third.

Ryan Roush of South Range finishes first Tuesday afternoon in ...

Ryan Roush of South Range finishes first Tuesday afternoon in Canfield. He crossed the finish line with a time of 16:10. Mark Hadley of Boardman placed second and Roush’s Raider teammate, Tim Nichols was third.


Dave Morgan, right, and his son, Josh, have run the Liberty Belleria Pizza, 5718 Belmont Ave., for about 18 months, but they haven’t seen the business they expected. The pizza shop is located about a mile north of the Liberty business district.

Dave Morgan, right, and his son, Josh, have run the ...

Dave Morgan, right, and his son, Josh, have run the Liberty Belleria Pizza, 5718 Belmont Ave., for about 18 months, but they haven’t seen the business they expected. The pizza shop is located about a ...


Cuyahoga Valley  Christian Academy’s Zach Bosshard, left, grabs Cardinal Mooney soccer player Pat Price during Tuesday’s 1-1 tie in Struthers.

Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy’s Zach Bosshard, left, grabs Cardinal Mooney ...

Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy’s Zach Bosshard, left, grabs Cardinal Mooney soccer player Pat Price during Tuesday’s 1-1 tie in Struthers.


Thomas Dailey, 67, a Canfield High School teacher, poses with Becky Shelton, one of three McDonald’s employees who helped prevent more of an attack on Dailey by a 20-year-old man last year at the fast-food restaurant on Youngstown’s West Side. Shelton and the other workers will be honored at tonight’s Youngstown City Council meeting.

Thomas Dailey, 67, a Canfield High School teacher, poses with ...

Thomas Dailey, 67, a Canfield High School teacher, poses with Becky Shelton, one of three McDonald’s employees who helped prevent more of an attack on Dailey by a 20-year-old man last year at the fast-food ...


Ashley Lydic of Columbiana and McKinsie Klim of Poland cross the fi nish line on top Tuesday afternoon in Canfi eld. Lydic placed first overall, while Klim’s Bulldogs were the top overall girls team.

Ashley Lydic of Columbiana and McKinsie Klim of Poland cross ...

Ashley Lydic of Columbiana and McKinsie Klim of Poland cross the fi nish line on top Tuesday afternoon in Canfi eld. Lydic placed first overall, while Klim’s Bulldogs were the top overall girls team.


Wendy Fry-Mcmurray of Boardman, Kasey King of Austintown and Tammy Metzgar-Daggy of Salem wear warrior hats Sept. 10 at the Warrior Dash Ohio II in Carrollton, Ohio. More than 10,000 people completed 12 obstacles during the 3.1-mile course.

Wendy Fry-Mcmurray of Boardman, Kasey King of Austintown and Tammy ...

Wendy Fry-Mcmurray of Boardman, Kasey King of Austintown and Tammy Metzgar-Daggy of Salem wear warrior hats Sept. 10 at the Warrior Dash Ohio II in Carrollton, Ohio. More than 10,000 people completed 12 obstacles during ...


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James E. Carlisle

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Sale raises funds for cystic fibrosis:
Marilyn Hanley, left, Kathy O’Nesti and Buttercup the Clown take a moment from the Cystic Fibrosis trash and treasure sale Aug. 20 in the Hubbard City Building parking lot. The event raised more than $2,300 for cystic-fibrosis research. Contributing to the event’s success were Ed, Alex and Christine McCann, who provided and assembled the tents; ABC Party Rentals, which provided the tables; Belleria Pizza; Save-A-Lot; Circle K; Ron’s Sign Shop; Dollar General; Buttercup; and Jugenheimer Storage.

Sale raises funds for cystic fibrosis: Marilyn Hanley, left, Kathy ...

Sale raises funds for cystic fibrosis: Marilyn Hanley, left, Kathy O’Nesti and Buttercup the Clown take a moment from the Cystic Fibrosis trash and treasure sale Aug. 20 in the Hubbard City Building parking lot. ...


Dr. Melissa Bender and Dr. Joseph Cerimele

Dr. Melissa Bender and Dr. Joseph Cerimele

Dr. Melissa Bender and Dr. Joseph Cerimele


Cristina Garlough and Louis Huffman

Cristina Garlough and Louis Huffman

Cristina Garlough and Louis Huffman


‘Greatest Generation’ grads mark reunion:
These 13 members of the Austintown Fitch High School Class of 1944 attended their 67th reunion. From left, seated, are Betty Wehr Nobile, Elaine Barber Zedek, Ray McClain, Hope Gettman Fairbanks, Olga Jakubec Pabst and Howard Hann; standing, Jack Siersdorfer, Mary Louise Adams Bickerstaff, Leatha Baker Brobst, Marjorie Brown Gessner, Chester Clarke, Jim Albertar and Dorothy “Dot” Fee Bishop. The classmates were first-graders in 1932 when Franklin D. Roosevelt was in office. Nineteen boys left their junior and senior years to join the Armed Forces during World War II, and two were lost in the war: Richard Howley and Jack Moan. Chairwoman of this year’s reunion was Gessner, secretary was Eileen Schulz, who was unable to attend. Special guests were Austintown Schools Superintendent Vince Colaluca and director of instruction, Dan Bokesch. The 68th reunion is being planned for Aug. 22, 2012. Time and place will be announced at a later date.

‘Greatest Generation’ grads mark reunion: These 13 members of the ...

‘Greatest Generation’ grads mark reunion: These 13 members of the Austintown Fitch High School Class of 1944 attended their 67th reunion. From left, seated, are Betty Wehr Nobile, Elaine Barber Zedek, Ray McClain, Hope Gettman ...