New officers of the Mahoning and Shenango Valleys Chapter of Military Officers Association of America take their oath of office in the newly formed chapter headquarters. From left to right are retired Chief Warrant Officer 3rd Class Don Oglesby, secretary/treasurer; retired Lt. Col. Donald Rasile, second vice president; Lt. John Holzer, first vice president; and retired Col. Walter Duzzny, president.
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Boardman’s Deion Harris (22) goes in for a layup against Shaw defenders during the second period of a game Tuesday in Boardman.
Youngstown East’s Terrell McClain (20) puts up a shot over Liberty’s David Hight (2) and Jamaal Daniel (24) during their game Tuesday at East High.
Cleveland Cavaliers’ Kyrie Irving (2) shoots in front Golden State Warriors’ Charles Jenkins in the second quarter of a game Tuesday in Cleveland.
Sandy and Mark Mangan with their dog, Lou, stand outside their State Road home in Granger Township near Medina. Their home is one of two in Medina County that have been deemed a public-health threat by a federal health agency because of potentially explosive levels of natural gas in their drinking water.
Auggie Ruggiero of Austintown checks out some websites during a computer class at the Austintown Senior Center. The class meets weekly and is taught by volunteers from the Austintown Local School District. Barb Kliner, district grant coordinator, met with seniors Tuesday to discuss helpful websites such as AARP.com, RetailMeNot.com and Amazon.com.
A “No Dumping” sign stands at the contaminated site of the former Ohio Leather Co. property off U.S. Route 422 in Girard. After more than a decade of negotiations with the owners, the city decided Tuesday to obtain the land via foreclosure procedures.
Workers from D&A Excavating of Canfield remove debris from the site of the former Ohio Leather Co. along North State Street in Girard. Although the demolition took place more than 10 years ago, the site of the once-sprawling leather factory remains contaminated. Above, the plant is pictured in its heyday in the 1940s.