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Photos on July 24, 2012

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Vickie Maietta, second from left, holds a remembrance frame with the photos of Youngstown Police Department officers who died of cancer in the past year and a half and who were honored at the 21st annual charity golf benefit June 22 at Pine Lakes Golf Course in Hubbard. She and other committee members, from left, Sue Centorame, Fred LoSasso, Carlotta Kane, Laura Brown and Debra DeMatteo, arranged the benefit, dedicated to Capts. Kenny Centorame and Bob Kane and detective Sgts. Jerry Maietta and Joe DeMatteo. It raised more than $33,000, which will go to scholarships for children of YPD officers and civilians attending Youngstown State University. Other committee members were John Patton, Tony Tulipano, Tony Marzullo and Jerry Slattery. Contributing to the event’s success were platinum sponsors Dr. Denise Bobovnyik and Michael Bruno. Gold sponsors were Briarfield at the Ridge, Centorame, City Disposal Services, Denise DeBartolo-York, DeMatteo, Environmental Specialists, Kane, Vickie Maietta, Victor and Diane Perez, Harry Wollet, Youngstown Police Association, and Youngstown Police Ranking Officers, and silver sponsors were A.P. O’Horo, Dr. Vincent Paolone, Drs. James and Cynthia Kravec, the Rev. Edward Neroda, GLI Pool Products, HBK, Huntington Bank, Knoll Run Golf Course, Daryl and Luann Martin and family, Daryl and Vickie Mincey, Transit Service Inc., Jim Tressel, YSU Foundation and Ziegler Tire. The event attracted 144 golfers and had more than 25 prizes in the basket auction, a 50/50 drawing, IPAD raffle and dinner. Donations may be directed to Laura Brown at 330-742-8718 or email Labro63@aol.com. The next outing will be June 28, 2013, at Pine Lakes.

Added: Tue, July 17, 2012

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Dr. Michael Cafaro, right, spoke at a recent Austintown Rotary Club meeting. He discussed chiropractic medicine and how it relates to human health and disease prevention. Chiropractic medicine has become the second largest primary health field in the world. Dr. Cafaro is pictured with Mark Cole, Rotary president-elect.

Added: Mon, July 9, 2012

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Kaitlyn

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Cleveland ace Justin Masterson pitched 7 1⁄3 strong innings to help the Indians beat the Baltimore Orioles, 3-1, on Monday in Cleveland.

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Poland softball coach Reid Lamport, right, talks with his players during the 2011 Division II regional softball final at Akron Firestone Park. After nearly five decades of coaching, Lamport will be hanging up his cleats and retiring.

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Carlini

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Samantha Yoder of Alliance tries to contain her emotions as she stands before Judge Robert Douglas of Youngstown Municipal Court at her Monday sentencing for vehicular homicide. She was sentenced in the death of Susan Welsh in a Feb. 14 auto accident near Youngstown State University, where Yoder is a student.

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Helmick

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Moreland

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Public Defender Tamara Brady shows James E. Holmes documents as he appears in Arapahoe County District Court on Monday in Centennial, Colo.

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The outline of part of the famed statue of former coach Joe Paterno is visible following its removal Sunday, eliminating a key piece of the iconography surrounding the once-sainted football coach. Penn State woes continued on Monday when the NCAA leveled severe sanctions against the storied football program in the aftermath of child sex-abuse scandal and conviction of retired football assistant Jerry Sandusky.

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Cheryl Lewis, the Mahoning Valley Historical Society’s campaign director, shows plans for the third floor of the Tyler Mahoning Valley History Center. The floor will feature portable hands-on exhibits from some of the city’s iconic businesses, including Isaly’s, McKelvey’s and Arby’s.

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