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Photos on July 26, 2012

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Eileen Langford and Eliot Mays

Added: Thu, July 26, 2012

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Anthony Masello and Stacy Reeder

Added: Sun, October 23, 2011

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Jeffrey R. Taylor and Mara L. Gonzales

Added: Sun, May 20, 2012

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Maria A. Han and Brian W. Shroder

Added: Thu, September 15, 2011

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Sisters Barbara Urich, left, and Eleanor Urich sit outside Piccadilly Parlour in Canfield on Wednesday afternoon. Wish of a Lifetime, an organization that grants wishes for senior citizens, helped Barbara Urich fulfill her dream to wear a Victorian-era gown during lunch with her family.

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Workers from Diamond Steel of Boardman hook an engine to a crane. The engine will be used to convert methane gas into electricity at the Waste Management Mahoning Landfill in New Springfield.

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Browns rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden (3) chats with OL John Greco, a Boardman High grad, at a preseason practice. While Cleveland is counting on Weeden to make an immediate impact, coach Pat Shurmur is mum on which QB will get the starting nod.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers opened training camp Wednesday without Pro Bowl wide receiver Mike Wallace. Wallace, a restricted free agent, was offered a one-year, $2.7 million tender by Pittsburgh, which he has not signed, and he did not take part in any of the team’s off season workouts or minicamp.

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Mahoning Valley Scrappers pitcher Jacob Lee delivers during Wednesday’s New York-Penn League game against the Staten Island Yankees at Eastwood Field. The Yankees downed the Scrappers, 8-2.

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Members of the Penn State football team flank senior fullback Michael Zordich, left foreground, and senior linebacker Michael Mauti, right foreground, as the pair made a statement of support for their team on Wednesday in State College, Pa. More than 30 players came together as Zordich, a Cardinal Mooney graduate, and Mauti announced to the world: “We’re going to see this thing through,” then they all walked off the field together and back into the building.

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