Ryan Mosora Rushes for another touchdown during Friday nights playoff game against Edgewood
Added: Wed, November 7, 2012
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Poland senior cheerleaders vs. Marlington
Poland Seminary cheerleaders and our Bulldog mascot are all smiles after their win against Marlington
Poland Seminary varsity and junior varsity cheerleaders pose before the performance at "The Q"
Poland Varsity and Junior Varsity cheerleaders await their turn on the floor at a recent Cleveland Cavaliers basketball game
Fans lined the streets of Hubbard to watch as the Safety Forces of Hubbard escorted them through town on their way to their playoff game in Niles.
Hubbard's Boys of Fall after their victory Saturday night against Niles!
Hubbard's football team was escorted through Hubbard Saturday afternoon by Hubbard City Police Dept, Hubbard Township Police Department and Hubbard's Joint Fire District on their way to play Niles in the Div. 3 Regional 9 playoff game. Thanks safety forces!
Hubbard Students wait after Saturday's victory over Niles to congratulate the Football team with their win!
Vinny Brunner takes his first trip to an away game. Vinny has been a long time #1 fan of Hubbard Football but has never been to an away game, well Hubbard's transportation department made that all possible for Saturday's game against Niles. Vinny was able to witness the victory Hubbard provided Saturday night.
Youngstown Business Incubator, a charitable, nonprofit organization, recently was presented with a check for $10,000 from the Home Savings Charitable Foundations in support of its entrepreneurial support and development services. Holding the oversized check are. from left, Betty Jo Licata, Dean of Williamson College of Business at Youngstown State University; Trish Mohan, branch manager of Home Savings main office; and Barbara L. Ewing, chief operating officer of Youngstown Business Incubator. Located in downtown Youngstown, the incubator facilitates the creation of high-value businesses through collaborative partnerships that promote innovative technologies.
Added: Mon, October 1, 2012
Whispering Pines Village, 937 E. Park Ave., Columbiana, its 10th anniversary recently. Residents, families, staff and guests enjoyed music, wine, appetizers and dessert. Participating in the festivities are, from left, Mary Burkey, Bob Buerkle and Sandy Havlin.
Added: Sat, September 15, 2012
Members of Austintown Kiwanis recently had their annual picnic at Austintown Kiwanis Club Pavilion, built in the 1950s, in Austintown Township Park. Those who attended are, in front from left, Barb Kliner; Caryl Kloss; Karen Schnurrenberger; Mary Ann Herschel, president; Jennifer Kurish; and guest Chuck Whitman. In back are Bob Kloss, treasurer; Carole Powers, secretary; Dave Schnurrenberger; Mike Kurish; and Todd Shaffer, park superintendent. The club meets every Wednesday at noon at Austintown Community Church and guests are welcome for lunch. For information about what the club does in the community call 330-793-3087.
Added: Wed, November 7, 2012
President Barack Obama waves as he walks on stage with first lady Michelle Obama and daughters Malia and Sasha at his election night party Wednesday night in Chicago after defeating Republican challenger former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney.
When choosing a wine to pair with poultry, a mellow Pinot Noir or Merlot is the way to go. Also, turkey goes great with a sweet Riesling.
Youngstown Christian running back Ryan Grier (23) becomes an animal once he straps on his black Eagles
helmet, fastens the chin strap and hits the field. Greir has racked up 14 rushing TDs and 1,315 rushing yards for Eagles, who face Malvern on Friday in the Division VI, Region 21 semifinal at Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary’s Green Stadium.
Youngstown State’s senior guard Lamar Mady (55) watches as teammate Jamaine Cook finishes off a run during Saturday’s win over South Dakota. Mady believes the Penguins have a good chance of making the playoff s if they finish 7-4.
Brookfield’s Ryan Mosora (3) tries to break away from Edgewood defender Anthony Monda during the first quarter of the Division IV, Region 13 quarterfi nal at Arrowhead Stadium in Girard. Mosora has scored 156 points for the Warriors, who are preparing for the next round of playoff s this Friday against Akron Manchester.
Republican campaign worker Marilyn Droney of Youngstown waits for results at Mahoning County GOP headquarters in Boardman, as results turned in President Barack Obama’s favor for a second term, defeating Republican Mitt Romney in Ohio and other key states.
President Barack Obama rolled to re-election Tuesday night, vanquishing former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and prevailing despite a weak economy that plagued his first term.