Girard Junior Women raise funds: Girard Junior Women member Kendra Allen, left, paints the face of Colette Chuey, also a member, at a recent fundraiser. The group will meet at 6:30 p.m. today at Amen Corner, 20 W. Main St., Girard. The program will feature a discussion of the benefits of the recent partnership between the Girard Free Library and Clevnet, a multimember library consortium that spans 10 counties in Northeast Ohio. Heather Walker will present the program, and Roselyn Gadd of GJW will host the meeting. Guests are welcome and can order from the menu.
Added: Sat, December 3, 2011
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Popovnak
Added: Wed, January 11, 2012
Lowellville High boys basketball coach Mike Mangine knows a little bit about intensity — or lack thereof — in a team.
Fitch’s Nate Blair (24) looks for room as Mooney’s Doug Caputo closes in under the Mooney basket during Tuesday’s game at Mooney. The Falcons won, 47-46.
Alabama’s Trent Richardson holds up the winning trophy after the BCS National Championship game against LSU
on Monday in New Orleans. Alabama won 21-0. Commissioners, who met Tuesday, are considering big changes to the BSC, including a playoff .
Callie’s Charleston Biscuits are shown with a drizzle of honey.
Specialist Christopher Gildea works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday. U.S. stocks traded solidly higher Tuesday after European markets rallied and corporate bellwether Alcoa predicted stronger demand in 2012.
The Lincoln MKZ concept car is unveiled at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit on Tuesday.
Memorabilia and other items from the Boardman A&W restaurant, such as these root beer mugs, will be auctioned today by Basinger Auctions. The Boardman restaurant closed Dec. 31, after nearly 40 years in business.
Neil Heller, an assistant chief of the Warren Fire Department, holds the bullet that he found on the street outside a house on Fourth Street Southwest on Tuesday morning. He found the bullet just after feeling a sharp stinging in his thigh. Heller was not injured.
State-certifi ed English-Spanish interpreter John P. Shaklee, left, interprets for Victor Manuel Galindo-Barjas, a native Spanishspeaker from Mexico, during a court hearing in which Barjas pleaded guilty to drunken driving and two counts of aggravated vehicular assault. At right is Barjas’ lawyer, Miriam Ocasio. Costs for interpreters have been low. A5.
Trumbull County resident Werner Lange dressed as Uncle Sam showed his feelings on fracking.
State Rep. Robert Hagan of Youngstown, D-60th, was at Tuesday’s protest at the Ohio Statehouse, where he urged his fellow lawmakers to institute a moratorium on horizontal hydraulic fracturing and on the disposal of drilling waste fluids in injection wells.