Austintown Rotary prepares for annual reverse raffle
The Rotary Club of Austintown is preparing for its annual Reverse Raffle set for 6:30 p.m. March 2 at the Maronite
Center, 1555 S. Meridian Road, Youngstown. Tickets include a dinner for two, open bar and chances to win cash prizes up to $2,000. Cost of tickets is $150. Pictured, in front and from left, are Deanna Spirko, the Rev. Karl Rein, Dr. Mitch Dalvin and Dr. Ram Kasuganti, and, in back, are Tracy Kaglic, Brian Frederick, Bruce Laraway, Dr. Michael Cafaro and Mark Cole. Photo: Special to The Vindicator
Added: Mon, January 21, 2013
Ursuline Center plans dinner
Preparations are under way for the Ursuline Center’s sixth annual Valentine’s Day dinner. Pictured are Chef Rich Herrera, who is catering the event, and committee member Mary Yvo Assion. They have been taste-testing dishes for the event, which will be at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 14 in the center’s auditorium, 4280 Canfield Road, Canfield. Herrera owns Canfield’s Broad Street Diner with his wife, Zina. The Burke School of Irish Dance will entertain. Tickets are $25 per person and include food and beverages. Proceeds will benefit the ministries of the Ursuline Sisters. For information and a complete menu visit theursulinecenter.org. For tickets, call Peggy Eicher at 330-717-6806. Photo: Special to The Vindicator.
Added: Thu, January 17, 2013
Poland’s George Chammas (33) fights off Niles defender James Tate (23) during the second half of Tuesday’s game in Poland. The Bulldogs bounced the Red Dragons, 69-51.
Cleveland Browns defensive coordinator Ray Horton answers questions Tuesday during a news conference at the team’s training facility in Berea. Disappointed that he was not hired as a head coach, Horton feels the league’s Rooney Rule to promote minorities works despite contrary statistics.
San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Mario Manningham answers reporters’ questions from the seats of the Mercedes Benz Superdome on Tuesday during media day for Super Bowl XLVII. Manningham, a Warren Harding graduate, will be sitting out Sunday’s big game after suffering a knee injury during a regular-season game against Seattle.
Springfield’s Jared McTigue (32) tries to block Mineral Ridge’s Corey Phillips (1) during an Inter Tri-County Tier One game Tuesday in Mineral Ridge. The Tigers edged the Rams in overtime, 58-54.
In this Jan. 20 photo, a woman shops at a Nordstrom store in Chicago. U.S. consumer confidence plunged in January to its lowest level in more than a year, reflecting higher Social Security taxes that left Americans with less take-home pay.
Construction work continues on a new Tractor Supply Co. store in Austintown. The 19,000-square-foot store is at 6225 Mahoning Ave., and a tentative opening is scheduled for May 25.
Lori Lamb, former office manager at Morris Drain Service Inc., awaits sentencing for theft from that company Tuesday in Mahoning County Common Pleas Court. Judge Lou A. D’Apolito put her on probation for five years and ordered her to make $124,000 in restitution.
Ted Heineman, left, and Dave Smith place a wreath where President William McKinley’s boyhood home once stood in celebration of McKinley’s 170th birthday. Both men are members of the Poland Historical Society and Town One Streetscapes, which organized Tuesday’s commemoration. McKinley, pictured top left in his Civil War uniform, graduated from Poland schools and later worked as a postal clerk and teacher in Poland.
GM CEO Dan Akerson’s 2012 compensation package was set at $9 million.
Pat “Pinky” Pinkerton of Salem is overcome with emotion at a surprise celebration at St. Elizabeth Health Center,
Youngstown, for her 50 years with the hospital. She gets an encouraging arm from registered nurse Donna Flauto.