President Barack Obama waves with former President Bill Clinton after Clinton's speech to the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., on Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2012.(AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)
Added: Wed, September 5, 2012
Joey and his group cheer on the Cardinals
Mooney Waterboys take a halftime break
Mooney cheering section
Mooney picture that
Alex Zordich and Charlie Young water boys for Mooney
We Are Mooney
At the annual summer picnic for the Penn State University Alumni Chapter of Greater Youngstown, Emily Lewis, left, was presented with the 2012 Allen Udell Memorial Scholarship of $1,000. She is shown talking with Chapter President Gerry Ricciutti. Lewis was chosen based on grades, academic achievement and college test scores. She will be attending the Shenango campus in Sharon and plans to study nursing. The chapter has awarded more than $18,000 to Penn State freshmen in the past 15 years.
Added: Wed, August 8, 2012
Daisy Girl Scout Troop 80777 of Columbiana, with nine members, planted day lilies at Joshua Dixon Elementary school, where they will be attending classes. The flowers can be seen from the main entrance. From the left are Troop Co-leader Kathy Kaszowski; Girl Scouts Chloe Gill, Mia Surgenivic, Rebekah Clark, Katrina Kaszowski, Elizabeth Siembida, Alaina Johnston, Abbie Passmore and Airianna Scullion; and Troop Leader Crystal Boggs. Absent from the picture is Chloe Loveland. The school principal, Kim Sharshan, donated the flowers for the girls to plant. Girls that are beginning first grade this year can contact Boggs at 330-482-9105 to join Girl Scouting. They will participate in the fall product sales fundraiser and begin selling cookies in December.
Added: Wed, June 20, 2012
Shelly Depue, Pennsylvania dairy farmer and producer of “Truthland”
The sign at an entrance for the Horsehead Inc. zinc plant is seen in Monaca, Pa. Shell Oil Co. said in March that it had chosen this site near Pittsburgh for a major new petrochemical refinery that could provide a huge economic boost to the region. Shell Oil Co. is years away from building the petrochemical plant, but the company already is reaching out to the local community and getting a wholehearted welcome.
Police and fire offi cials tape off the area after an explosion at an Encana Corp. oil and natural-gas facility near Fort Lupton, Colo. Some offi cials in Colorado would like to keep drilling away from where residents live and work.
Patrons are greeted by a copper wolf in the dining area of the Blue Wolf Tavern.