St. Joseph the Provider School in Youngstown recently sponsored a wine and cheese tasting fundraiser for school benefactors. Shown, from left, are Bishop George V. Murry; Patti Wanat, chairwoman of the school board of directors; Richard Burke, president, Catholic School Management of Madison, Conn., who provided the wine tasting; Cheryl Jablonski, school principal; Mimi Kerrigan, chairwoman for the event; and the Rev. Michael Swierz, school president. Chef Michael Alberini of Boardman catered the event, which featured a video about the school made by Rich Hahn of Keynote Media in Youngstown. For information on the school, visit stjoesjaguars.com or call 330-259-0353.
Added: Mon, December 3, 2012
Steak, chicken, vegetables and rice at Tokyo House.
San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh, right, hugs Vernon Davis after defeating the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday in the NFC Championship game in Atlanta.
Ohio State’s Lenzelle Smith (32) moves the ball past Iowa’s Mike Gesell during the second half of a game Tuesday in Columbus. Ohio State won 72-63.
Phantoms goaltender Sean Romeo stops a shot by Team USA’s Tyler Motte during a Dec. 21 game at the Covelli Centre. Romeo’s two game suspension is over and he’ll be in goal on Friday against the Indiana Ice.
Josh Bartell opened Bartell’s Cupcakery in Struthers in February 2011, appeared on the reality competition TV show “Cupcake Wars” and moved the bakery to 82 N. Main St. in Poland as 2012 came to a close. Now, with the help of other local businesses, Bartell is planning to give back in a big way with a free wedding.
Lock P. Beachum Sr.
Unusually cold conditions Tuesday closed most Mahoning Valley schools. As a results, many students hit the ice at the indoor Ice Zone in Boardman. At left, from left, Taylor Vanasdale, 14; Alexis Madeline, 17 and Jared
Vanasdale, 17 enjoy their unexpected day of recreation. Conditions will remain cold today with wind chills dropping to minus 17.
Judy Jones member of SNAP, Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, speaks outside the Mahoning
County prosecutor’s office Tuesday. Jones said SNAP has gotten new reports of sex abuse in the Youngstown