Members of Springfield Local Class of 1952 met for its 60th class reunion July 21. Class members attending were, in front, Thelma Burkey Davidson, left, Patricia DeBrakeleer Smith, Eileen Munia Provencher, Barbara Razo Hallwood, Suzanne Shiller Hankinson, and Eleanor Biroschak Semancik; and standing, Alice Chambers Holleran, Robert Zwingler, Otis Crum, William Tabaka, Donald Winkel, Richard Best, Curt E. Brown, Karl Heaver, and Sally Lou Metzka Rodgers.
Added: Thu, November 15, 2012
East Palestine Area Chamber of Commerce presented a check for $4,000 to Deb Oberlin of Toys for Tots of Columbiana County Nov. 1 at the East Palestine Community Center. The check represents proceeds from the 14th Annual Toys for Tots Car Cruise. Approximately $3,000 worth of toys also were donated during the cruise. Pictured are some members of the Chamber of Commerce and Nostalgia Haulers Truck Club who sponsored the cruise for 13 years and who volunteered at this year’s cruise. Holding the check are Deb Oberlin and Kerri Stewart. In second row from left are Sandy Wales, Margo Zuch, Trudy Barton and Sandy Elis. In back are Don Elzer, Larry Wales, Pete Monteleone, Village Manager; John Barton and Bob Elis.
Added: Thu, November 1, 2012
Christmas art and artifacts from Russia at the Sutliff Museum.
Kenny G’s holiday tour will stop by the Covelli Centre on Dec. 17.
B.E. Taylor Christmas Concert
Ursuline quarterback Chris Durkin (13) breaks through the Cuyahoga Heights’ defense during the Division 5, Region 17 semifinal in Copely. The Irish, four-time state champions, face the defending state champion Kirtland Hornets on Saturday in a matchup that everyone has been waiting for — well everyone but their coaches, that is.
Jeremy and his twin brother, Jimmy, above right, a wide receiver and linebacker, have been instrumental in helping the Warriors’ reach the Division IV, Region 13 final Friday against Creston Norwayne.
Kevin Hines, one of a few people who survived a suicide attempt by jumping from the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, speaks at a suicide-prevention workshop at Antone’s Banquet Center, Boardman.
Ursuline High School sophomores Alexa Mollica, left, and Alyssa Lytle warn Wick Avenue drivers about the importance of yielding to pedestrians.
Ken Jackson of Glenmont, Ohio, shows off the GeoVolt 2500 during a meeting of the Youngstown-Warren Inventors Association.
The Youngstown Club in the Commerce Building downtown is closing its doors. In the club’s Grill Room during
its better days are, from left, Bob Doyle, club membership director; Richard Keyse , club president; and David
Ventresco , general manager.