facebooktwitterRSS
- Advertisement -
  • Most Commentedmost commented up
  • Most Emailedmost emailed up
  • Popularmost popular up

Poland


Residential
4 bedroom, 7 bath
$949900


Poland


Residential
5 bedroom, 6 bath
$395000


- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -

« Latest photos / 2013 / April / 10

Photos on April 10, 2013

photo thumbnail

SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Isabel Seavey, a member of Mahoning Valley Organizing Collaborative’s Human Trafficking Core Team, recently spoke to members of the Velocity Youth Group of Full Covenant Tabernacle. She educated teens on the dangers of human trafficking and the signs that someone may be a perpetrator or a victim. Some of those participating were Lauren Carr, left, Justyce Guinn, Zachary Ramsey, Seavey, Brandon Laurenzi, Christian Guinn, Courtney Matthews, Alissia Brown, Janiera Brooks, Quin’yotae Brantley, Guinevere Greathouse and Zechariah Gerthung. The youth group meets at 7 p.m. Wednesdays at 234 E. Market St., Warren. For information call Jennifer Campbell at 330-219-9819.

Added: Mon, October 29, 2012

photo thumbnail

SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR The Links Inc. Youngstown Chapter sponsored a tour of the Butler Institute of American Art as the culmination of Black History Month. It featured the viewing of a portrait of the late Dr. Luther June Shipmon, father of Link president, Krishmu Shipmon. The work was done by Al Bright, the husband of Virginia Banks-Bright and brother-in-law of Glenda Newell Harris, Link national vice president. Other art by notables in Black History dated back to the Civil War era. The tour included Connecting Links, Heir-o-Links, friends of Links and Alumnae members. Alumna Link Joanne Blunt, docent of the museum, facilitated the tour. Shown with the Links Banner are Sterling Williams; Al Bright; Joanne Blunt; Martha Jones; Margaret Staples; Juanita Williams; Virginia Banks-Bright; Janice Beachum, vice president; Sarah Brown-Clark; Krishmu Shipmon, president; Anne Cobbin; and Charlie Staples.

Added: Wed, April 10, 2013

photo thumbnail

SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Flower Wagon Garden Club recently began its celebration of its 40th anniversary year with a meeting at the home of Barbara Banks. The club also has been a member of Garden Forum for 40 years. It was founded in 1973 and founding members are Banks, Judi Kotch and Connie Meek. The club has participated in planting the Poland “P” in flowers, landscaping at Struthers Library and highway planting on Water Street. The club also visited with residents of Blackburn Home and fashioned flowers for the residents of Glen Ellen. To mark the celebration, members received a stained-glass desk lamp, handcrafted by George Banks of Glass Gems. Club members seated from left are, Jeanne Lowry, Leilani Drake, Banks and Mary Alice Fedor; standing are Millie Sturm, Kotch, Terri Dinger, Rose Gavozzi and Cecily Roach.

Added: Thu, March 14, 2013

photo thumbnail

Pho Saigon’s Kung Pow Chicken & Shrimp

photo thumbnail

Donofrio

photo thumbnail

Connecticut guard Kelly Faris (34) goes up for a shot against Louisville guard Bria Smith during the second half of the NCAA women’s national championship game in New Orleans on Tuesday.

photo thumbnail

New York Yankees’ Robinson Cano, right, throws to first base for the final out of the game after getting Cleveland Indians’ Mike Aviles out at second base in the ninth inning Tuesday in Cleveland.

photo thumbnail

Customers arrive at a J.C. Penney store Tuesday in New York. J.C. Penney is hoping its former CEO can revive the retailer after a risky turnaround strategy backfired.

photo thumbnail

YSU’s Samantha Snodgrass (6) looks to throw to first base after tagging out Sarah Cupp (12) at third during the first game of a doubleheader on Tuesday at McCune Park in Canfield. The Penguins won the first game, 5-0. Detroit took the second, 4-2.

photo thumbnail

From left, Niles McKinley High School seniors Emily Estes, Danelle Cochran, Katrina Harris and Christina Vanormam sing the Niles fight song during ceremonies marking the opening of the new high school and the first official day of classes in the new building. The $27 million structure opened for classes Tuesday.

News
Opinion
Entertainment
Sports
Marketplace
Classifieds
Records
Discussions
Community
Help
Forms
Neighbors

HomeTerms of UsePrivacy StatementAdvertiseStaff DirectoryHelp
© 2014 Vindy.com. All rights reserved. A service of The Vindicator.
107 Vindicator Square. Youngstown, OH 44503

Phone Main: 330.747.1471 • Interactive Advertising: 330.740.2955 • Classified Advertising: 330.746.6565
Sponsored Links: Vindy Wheels | Vindy Jobs | Vindy Homes | Pittsburgh International Airport