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Photos on October 18, 2012

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Invitations have been mailed for the GFWC Ohio Warren Junior Women’s League 43rd Annual Champagne Luncheon. Preparing invitations are, from left, Eddie Wolcott and Dorie Harris, decorations chairwomen; Julie Vugrinovich, event chairwoman; Karen Margala, president; and Lilli Radu, program chairwoman. This year’s event, “An Officer and a Gentlemen Christmas,” will be Nov. 16 at W.D. Packard Music Hall in Warren. Proceeds will benefit the Children’s Rehabilitation Center Scholarship Fund so that no child will be turned away because of inability to pay for needed physical, developmental and speech therapy. If interested in attending, call Renee Maiorca at 330-637-8991 or Vugrinovich at 330-770-9806.

Added: Thu, October 11, 2012

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Poland’s Victoria Harger (15) and Rachael Robertson (22) celebrate Harger’s first goal in Wednesday’s Division II sectional semifinal soccer match against Cardinal Mooney in Poland. The Bulldogs shut out the Cardinals, 3-0, to advance to the final.

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Youngstown Phantoms forward JT Stenglein is the first Phantom to be penalized in the USHL’s crackdown against concussions for delivering a hit on a Cedar Rapid Rough Rider during a post-whistle scrum during their Oct. 5 meeting.

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Cardinal Mooney’s doubles team of Jamie DiDomenico, left, and Dominque Cicchi are headed to the state tennis meet.

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Work is under way on the new American Legion Post 472 on East Indianola Avenue on Youngstown’s South Side. Members of Core 6+, a group of eight people, most of whom are business owners, dedicated to community-service projects that bring the community together and help those in need, are involved in the project. Working on the framing Wednesday were Justin Rance, left, of Salem and Joe Csizmadir of Vienna.

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Vicki Kennedy, the wife of the late U.S. Sen. Ted Kennedy, said President Barack Obama, a fellow Democrat, has a stronger record of commitment to women than Mitt Romney, the Republican presidential nominee. Kennedy spoke Wednesday outside the Mahoning County Board of Elections in Youngstown.

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Juniors and seniors at Chaney Visual and Performing Arts and Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics School work in Chris Patrone’s government class. Chaney moved to an effective designation, up from academic watch, on the preliminary state report card released Wednesday.


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