SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR
Members of the Girard Junior Women’s Club, seated, from left, Angela Lee and Kendra Allen, and standing, from left, Laura Sobnosky, Martha Altier and Dorothy Gerthung, prepare for the club’s annual Trunk and Treasure Sale. The event will take place rain or shine from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. May 11 at 100 N. Market St. in Girard. The location is a Girard City lot across from the city building and is visible from state Route 422. Vendors will include those selling crafts, new items and garage sale items in an eclectic mix. To secure a vendor spot at $10 each, call 330-545-5962.
Added: Sat, May 12, 2012
Anson Hankey, 12, a sixth-grader at St. Christine School in Youngstown, won a statewide contest for his poster about sun safety. Anson’s artwork is now entered into a national contest through the Shade Foundation.
Mayor Charles Sammarone, left, promoted Youngstown City firefighters Mark Kellerman, center, and Tim Hrina, to the rank of lieutenant Wednesday.
Students get dirty, left, examining soil characteristics Wednesday during the 2013 Northeast Ohio High School
Envirothon at Mill Creek MetroParks Farm.
Phantoms second-year head coach Anthony Noreen discusses strategy with forward John Padulo (57) during a regular-season game at the Covelli Centre. Noreen’s third-seeded Phantoms take on the top-seeded Dubuque
Fighting Saints for the USHL East Conference title in a best-of-five game series that begins Friday in Dubuque, Iowa.
YSU’s Mike Accardi makes it back to first base as West Virginia’s Ryan McBroom misses the ball in a pickoff attempt during Wednesday’s game at Eastwood Field in Niles. Accardi advanced to third on the error, but the Penguins came up short, losing 7-6.
Former Harding High/Ohio State football standout Maurice Clarett will team up with his former coach Jim Tressel and other former Valley athletic celebrities on Saturday for The Comeback Project, a benefit basketball game for Victory Christian Center.
The Lemon Grove will operate with limited hours in the coming weeks as it hands over food service to Guy’s Barbecue, which will operate the dining room, kitchen and bar as a separate entity to be called Guy’s at the Grove.