Three members of the Warren-Trumbull County American Association of University Women recently attended the AAUW Ohio state convention in Findlay, Ohio. From left are Martha Ellers; Isabel Seavey, president of the local branch; and Jean Waris. During the convention, Seavey was elected to the position of membership vice president for Ohio, the first time in more than 20 years that a member of the local branch has been elected to a state offic
Added: Sun, April 15, 2012
Jeffrey Clarke and Lauren Gallo
Added: Sun, February 5, 2012
Catholic Collegiate Association met recently at Michael Alberini’s Restaurant in Boardman and awarded a scholarship to Cassandra Clyde of Struthers, a junior forensic science major at Mercyhurst College in Erie, Pa. The dinner meeting agenda included the installation of officers for the upcoming year: Catherine Campana, president; Barbara Banks, first vice president; Anita Stothard, second vice president; Georgianna D’Andrea, recording secretary; Barbara Marsch, corresponding secretary; and Antonia Douglass and Janet Detweiler, co-treasurers. New members Kathy Woodhall, Barb Carissimo, Donna Samuels and Patricia Arris were honored. From left are Campana; Mary Place Thomas, scholarship chairwoman; Clyde; and Banks.
Added: Wed, May 16, 2012
John Sylvester sits on the Market Street bridge Sunday as a police official talks with him. Sylvester was wanted for a stabbing incident in Boardman earlier in the day and fled to the bridge, where for four hours he kept police at bay with threats to jump before finally surrendering.
Tiger Woods tees off on the second hole during the final round of the Memorial golf tournament Sunday in
Dublin, Ohio. Woods birdied the hole.
Champion players, from left, Lindsay Swipas, Haley McAllister and Alison Sorber pose with the Division III state championship trophy following the Golden Flashes’ 2-0 win over Bloom-Carroll on Saturday in Akron.
Gwenn Morgan, one of the coordinators of Gospel Sunday at the African-American Achievers Festival in Warren,
stands by a display of African clothing.
Cindy Hynes fixes up her daughter Kelly before Lowellville High School’s graduation Sunday.
Co-valedictorian Bryanna Jay walks across the stage to receive her diploma during commencement for the Girard High School Class of 2012.
Melissa Kmetz, third-grade teacher at Lakeview Elementary, left, stands with Tiffany Minor, a staff member at the Animal Welfare League of Trumbull County, as the students present a check for $1,632 that the school raised to benefit the animals at the shelter.
Graduating seniors from Boardman High School’s Class of 2012 take time to ham it up in the courtyard of the
high school after receiving their diplomas. The group includes, from left, Crawford Warrick, Brian Smith, Daniel
Watkins, Zachary Zidian, Dan Popio and Zach Machuga.
East High Principal Holly Seimetz speaks to graduates and their families during the East High School commencement Sunday.