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Photos on January 2, 2013

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Trumbull Retired teachers have announced officers and committees for 2013. Officers are, from left, Denise Deltondo, president; Ellen King, financial secretary; Linda Cowin, recording secretary; Carol Pinney, president-elect; and Patrick Pinney, treasurer. Committee members are Alberta Morales, chaplain; Charlotte Jessup, historian; Ruby Hawkins, ORTA trustee; Barb Wright, past president; Betty Jean Bahmer and Marilyn Stanton, community; Mary Fuller, hospitality; Ann Oakes, protective services; Denise Bartholomew, legislative; Barb Wright, Dottie Fogel, Nancy Countryman and Dorothy Blake, mailing; Jane Cribbs, membership; Judy Zimmer and Mary Alice Seaborn, name tags; Kathy Funtulis and Jessup, necrology; Anna Mae Cuchna and Diana Bauman, pre-retirement; Roselyn Gadd, public relations; Ruby Hawkins, Joyce Faiver, Una Ford, Libby Whetson, Donna Pate and Marcia Overhold, scholarship; Deltondo and Kathy Luhaney, spelling bee; Elaine Bernatowicz and Gretchen Reed, telephone; and Elsie Whetzel and Bernatowicz, raffle. Photo: SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR

Added: Sat, June 23, 2012

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Wells Fargo Advisors announced a $3,000 grant to Second Harvest Food Bank to help fund “Feed Our Community” in the Mahoning Valley. The announcement was made earlier this month. The grant is one of nearly 300 basic needs grants made throughout the United States by the company to build strong communities and improve quality of life to make a positive difference. Shown holding the oversized check are Susan Roach, left, client associate, and her son, Trent; David A. Croutch, branch manager of Wells Fargo Advisors; and Michael Iberis, executive director of Second Harvest Food Bank of the Mahoning Valley. Photo: Special to The Vindicator

Added: Sat, December 1, 2012

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Ward-Thomas Museum, 503 Brown St., Niles, will allow Christmas decorations to remain for its next open house from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday. A special collection of Santas in the dining room show the different mediums used to produce the various examples. After viewing the 14 rooms, refreshments will be served in the Westenfield Room. Cost is $5 per person and free for children 12 and younger accompanied by an adult. For information call 330-544-2143. Recently classmates and friends on a special tour paused by the tree for a picture. From left are Gina DeSimome, Nicole Adduci, Jonna Dunn, Jordan Smith, Chloe Miller and Laura Altobelli. Photo: SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR

Added: Wed, December 19, 2012

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Chef Daimer Cescon of Venice, Italy, cooks in the new kitchen at D’Vino.

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The lower banquet room of Alberini’s in Niles was recently renovated into D’Vino. The new restaurant offers a fine-dining and wine experience that customers would expect to find in a larger city.

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Hostesses Kolbie Foust, left, of Girard and Aimee Creatura of Hartford are shown in front of D’Vino’s wine cellar.

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YSU’s Bobby Hain (20) passes around Kent’s Melvin Tabb during the first half of a game in November. Hain and the Penguins open league play in Chicago this week.

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Lynnette Kimako Miller, right, a local Kwanzaa event coordinator, watches as Mercedes Dykes, 8, left, and her sister and Aniaya, 6, light candles during the final day of Kwanzaa. The McGuffey Centre hosted an event Tuesday on the final day of the seven-day holiday.

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The Rev. Dr. Lewis W. Macklin II leads the congregation in worship during the annual Emancipation Proclamation and Installation Service, which was Tuesday at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Youngstown. State Sen. Nina Turner of Cleveland was the main speaker.

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Vice President Joe Biden arrives for a closed-door meeting with House Democrats, on Capitol Hill in Washington on Tuesday to discuss the fiscal cliff bill. Biden had been shuttling between the White House and Capitol Hill to help with negotiations.

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