The Ursuline Center will have its annual car trunk and treasure sale from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. July 14 at the center, 4280 Shields Road, Canfield. Area residents and vendors will sell new and used items in the parking lot. Ursuline Sisters of Youngstown will sell goods inside the center, including a room full of antiques and collectibles for serious shoppers and a large selection of books on contemporary spirituality and classic theology. Preparing the items are, from left, India Gatts, Kay Hartman, Sister Bridget Nolan, Katie Weingaro, Eileen Novotny and Sabrina Gatts. All proceeds benefit the ministries of the sisters at the center. For information or to participate in the outdoor sale, call Novotny at 330-533-3831.
Added: Wed, June 20, 2012
The York Rite Bodies of Youngstown recently installed officers. Front row, from left to right, are Dominic M. Lucarelli, Timothy N. Flack and Robert K. Ellway. Middle row, left to right, are Raymond H. Huish Jr., R. Patrick Anderson and James A. Streeky. In the back row are Robert L. Rodkey, left, Richard J. Brady and Salvadore A. Canale.
Added: Mon, June 4, 2012
Sirloin burger from Mason's Steak House & Lounge.
Nick Galantis and Annette Tovarnak of the residents group Campbell Pride Project show off the work the group has done so far at the new community garden near the corner of Penhale Avenue and 10th Street in Campbell. The garden was planted on a site that housed an old elementary school.
Youngstown’s Jacinta Pikunas, shown here competing at last year’s Greatest Junior Golfer tournament, was one of two area golfers to earn expense-paid trips to the International Junior Golf Championships.
Liberty’s Marquis Williamson takes the baton from teammate Frank Bond for the final leg of the 4x400-meter relay at the state track and field meet on June 2 at Jesse Owens Stadium in Columbus. Williamson is headed
to Youngstown State on a track scholarship.
Scrappers third baseman Erik Gonzalez tags out Crosscutters baserunner Chace Numata to complete a fielder’s choice in the first inning of Tuesday’s game at Eastwood Field. The Scrappers won 6-2.
Ron Faniro, left, a local architect, talks with Ed Jerse, director of the Regional Collaboration of Cuyahoga County, during a walking tour of downtown Youngstown. Faniro, of Faniro Architects, served as tour guide Tuesday for members of the Northeast Ohio Sustainable Communities Consortium, who visited portions of the city to get a better understanding of Youngstown.