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Col. Walter M. Duzzny, U.S. Army retired, right, receives the Military Officers Association of America Ambassador Award from Lt. Col. Michael Wisniewski, U.S. Army retired, at a recent recognition awards ceremony at Consolidated Activities Center of the Youngstown Air Force Reserve Station in Vienna.
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Marcy Angelo, a third-year geology student at YSU, recently founded the Youngstown Shale Energy Organization with fellow students Lauren Tadla and Sarah Perrine.
Youngstown State’s Phil Lipari (13) tags out Akron’s Kris Simonton (7) in a double play during the Penguins’
home opener Wednesday at Eastwood Field in Niles. YSU rallied but came up short, losing to the Zips, 5-4.
Canfield’s Jared Turocy accounted for four of Akron’s runs after hitting a two-run homer in the second and a sacrifice fly in the third.
YSU quarterback Kurt Hess said the Penguins got off to a hot start last season, but strayed from their team goals
and one another.
Dominic Plummer of Atlanta shops in an H&M store in Atlanta. Americans have grown more cautious and disciplined in handling their money since the financial crisis struck in 2008, a survey by Fidelity Investments suggests.
Rutgers head coach Mike Rice glares at his players during a timeout at a game against Syracuse. Rice, a Boardman graduate, was fired by the university Wednesday after a videotape aired showing Rice using gay slurs, shoving and grabbing his players and throwing balls at them in practice.
A jigsaw-puzzle-building competition will help raise awareness about autism, and all the proceeds from the event will benefit educational and support programs that help families living with their child’s diagnosis. April is autism awareness month, and the puzzle is its symbol because of the complex nature of the disorder.