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Photos on July 31, 2013

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Added: Wed, July 31, 2013

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ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR British soccer camp Wick Recreation Area of MillCreek Park week-long soccer camp focuses on building skills to play the game along with sportsmanship

Added: Wed, July 31, 2013

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ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR Simon Slater watches as Alec DeBaldo 12 of Austintown move the ball down the field British soccer camp Wick Recreation Area of MillCreek Park week-long soccer camp focuses on building skills to play the game along with sportsmanship

Added: Wed, July 31, 2013

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ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR Learning to pass the ball -Leila Faming 6 of Austintown and Sarah Schaller 8 of boardman (red) pass the ball back and forth British soccer camp Wick Recreation Area of MillCreek Park week-long soccer camp focuses on building skills to play the game along with sportsmanship

Added: Wed, July 31, 2013

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ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR Grace Gershkowitz 4 of Canfield and Abram Davidson 5 of Austintown - get linstuctions from John Evans British soccer camp Wick Recreation Area of MillCreek Park week-long soccer camp focuses on building skills to play the game along with sportsmanship

Added: Wed, July 31, 2013

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ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR British soccer camp Wick Recreation Area of MillCreek Park week-long soccer camp focuses on building skills to play the game along with sportsmanship

Added: Wed, July 31, 2013

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ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR British soccer camp Wick Recreation Area of MillCreek Park week-long soccer camp focuses on building skills to play the game along with sportsmanship

Added: Wed, July 31, 2013

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ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR The house at 535 Cohasset Drive was vacant but the house next door at 539 Cohasset is damaged. In addition, at least four homes across the street from the blast had windows that were broken by the force of the explosion.

Added: Wed, July 31, 2013

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ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR The house at 535 Cohasset Drive was vacant but the house next door at 539 Cohasset is damaged. In addition, at least four homes across the street from the blast had windows that were broken by the force of the explosion.

Added: Wed, July 31, 2013

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ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR firefighters check out the house next door to the explosion The house at 535 Cohasset Drive was vacant but the house next door at 539 Cohasset is damaged. In addition, at least four homes across the street from the blast had windows that were broken by the force of the explosion.

Added: Wed, July 31, 2013

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ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR A home owner across the street from the blast pushes drapes back through the broken window The house at 535 Cohasset Drive was vacant but the house next door at 539 Cohasset is damaged. In addition, at least four homes across the street from the blast had windows that were broken by the force of the explosion.

Added: Wed, July 31, 2013

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ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR Firefighters investigate... the remaing portion of a ahouse after an early morning explosion The house at 535 Cohasset Drive was vacant but the house next door at 539 Cohasset is damaged. In addition, at least four homes across the street from the blast had windows that were broken by the force of the explosion.

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ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR Debris was thrown across the street after the house exploded The house at 535 Cohasset Drive was vacant but the house next door at 539 Cohasset is damaged. In addition, at least four homes across the street from the blast had windows that were broken by the force of the explosion.

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ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR Debris was thrown across the street after the house exploded The house at 535 Cohasset Drive was vacant but the house next door at 539 Cohasset is damaged. In addition, at least four homes across the street from the blast had windows that were broken by the force of the explosion.

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ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR firefighters extinguish the house that exploded.. The house at 535 Cohasset Drive was vacant but the house next door at 539 Cohasset is damaged. In addition, at least four homes across the street from the blast had windows that were broken by the force of the explosion.

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ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR John Mack III and his wife Wanda get checked out by Rural Metro medics after the house next to theirs was destroyed The house at 535 Cohasset Drive was vacant but the house next door at 539 Cohasset is damaged. In addition, at least four homes across the street from the blast had windows that were broken by the force of the explosion.

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ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR The house at 535 Cohasset Drive was vacant but the house next door at 539 Cohasset is damaged. In addition, at least four homes across the street from the blast had windows that were broken by the force of the explosion.

Added: Wed, July 31, 2013

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ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR The house at 535 Cohasset Drive was vacant but the house next door at 539 Cohasset is damaged. In addition, at least four homes across the street from the blast had windows that were broken by the force of the explosion.

Added: Wed, July 31, 2013

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Kiwanis Club of Youngstown awarded scholarships July 12 to six college-bound students from the area. Each received $500. Five will attend Youngstown State University, and all earned grade-point averages of 3.5 or higher. Financial need also was a consideration. Winners, from left, were Marina Bermann of Ursuline High School, Megan Christ of Chaney STEM/VPA, LaTieya Richard of Cardinal Mooney, LaJuan Thomas of East, Allie Klumpp of Youngstown Christian (accepted by her mother), and Travis Filicky of Boardman. Tom Eisenbraun, Kiwanis member and chairman of the scholarship committee is at the far right, and in the background is Gary Winslow, Kiwanis president.

Added: Wed, July 31, 2013

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Home Savings Charitable Foundation has donated $5,000 to the American Cancer Society. The funds helped to defray the expense of the Ladies Pink Ribbon Golf Tournament, which took place July 15 at Squaw Creek Country Club. From left are Kathy Antonelli, executive assistant at Home Savings; Patty Barber, event honoree, retirement distribution, Home Savings; Cheryl Miskell, 2013 event chairwoman; and Pamela Berry, director of Home Savings Charitable Foundation.

Added: Mon, July 15, 2013

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Southern Park Mall in Boardman was the location of a recent visit by Whispering Pines Village residents, who spent the morning exercising and walking. From left are Skip Wetherald, Rosemary Magee, Miriam Walter, Ferne Oliver, Bob Buerkle and Anna Mae Byers.

Added: Wed, July 24, 2013

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Lions and Lioness clubs of Austintown conducted their installation of officers recently at Rachel’s Restaurant in Austintown. Presiding was King Lion Larry Jensen. Past District Governor Bob Booher, from Canal Fulton Lions Club, served as the installing officer and presented Donald Hoelzel with the Melvin Jones Fellowship Award. From left are Bill Sywy, incoming president; Booher; and Lori Stone, incoming Lioness president. Other Lions officers are Bob Melcher, first vice president; Jack Kochansky, second vice president; Harold Wilson, secretary; Jensen, treasurer and Lioness liaison; Jim Banyots, tail twister; Hoelzel, lion tamer; Bob Whited, membership director and public relations; Glenn Ringer, two-year director; and John Facemyer, one-year director. Lioness officers include Lou Skerkavich, vice president; Teresa McCallen, secretary; and Jane Grace, treasurer. Melcher also was honored as Lion of the Year.

Added: Mon, August 13, 2012

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New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg looks at a 64-ounce cup, as Lucky’s Cafe owner Greg Anagnostopoulos, stands behind him. An appeals court ruled Tuesday that New York City’s Board of Health exceeded its legal authority and acted unconstitutionally when it tried to put a size limit on soft drinks served in city restaurants.

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The concrete bleachers at the South High Fieldhouse football field are falling apart and will be demolished in the fall.

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Two excavators work the racetrack, moving dirt from one side of the complex to the other, as Hollywood Slots at Mahoning Valley Race Course begins to take shape. Concrete footers should be started by the end of the week.

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Joseph Bettura of Mayflower Drive, Boardman, and his granddaughter, Livia, 11, stand by Bettura’s in-ground swimming pool. The Ohio Edison Co. has sued Bettura and his wife, Marsha, to recover the cost of raising the utility’s high-voltage transmission lines to a safer height above the pool.

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Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis throws to first base as White Sox baserunner Alejandro De Aza slides into second base in the fifth inning Tuesday night in Cleveland. De Aza was out at second base and Alexei Ramirez was out at first base on a double play. The Indians won, 7-4.

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Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde celebrates after scoring a touchdown against Indiana. Columbus police announced Tuesday that an investigation involving Hyde has been closed.

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The Pirates’ Garrett Jones, top, and Neal Walker (18) tackle teammate Alex Presley, rear, after he drove in the game-winning run with a single off Cardinals relief pitcher Kevin Siegrist in the 11th inning of the first baseball game of a doubleheader Tuesday. Pittsburgh won the opener, 2-1. The Pirates finished a sweep of St. Louis with a 6-0 victory in the second game.

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Former East Palestine High School standout Liz Strohecker, right, makes a tackle during a 2012 match with the San Diego Surfers. Strohecker, who started playing rugby in college at the University of Connecticut, has been part of three national championship teams (2009, 2010 and 2012) with the Surfers.

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