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Niles Historical Society recently elected officers for 2013. Pictured are, in front from left, Ruth Van Huffel, assistant secretary; Betty Whitney, trustee; Nancy Malone, president; and Frank Burke, assistant treasurer. In back are, Sandy Bilovesky, vice president; Fremont Camerino, trustee; Letha Pihonsky, secretary; and Patricia Burgess-Fisher, treasurer. Not pictured is Roselyn Watson, trustee.
Added: Sat, January 12, 2013
Steve Procopio, Kacy McCormick and Alexandria Hatosky of Warren enjoyed an unusually hot St. Patrick’s Day
in downtown Youngstown last year.
Rabbi Joseph Schonberger of Temple El Emeth in Liberty breaks the matzah during Wednesday night’s Seder at St. Patrick Church in Youngstown. The event, sponsored by Generations of Faith, was a learning experience about the ritual meal.
Isabella Torres, a kindergartner, stretches before participating in the strenuous exercise of the Radio Disney Dance Party at her school.
Atty. Louis DeFabio, left, appears in court with Zaryl G. Bush in January. Bush pleaded not guilty Wednesday to several charges, including a murder charge in the death of 14-year-old Teddy Foltz.
Bishop George V. Murry of the Diocese of Youngstown offers his thoughts on Pope Francis I, the new leader
of the Catholic Church, during a press conference Wednesday afternoon.
Pope Francis waves to the crowd from the central balcony of St. Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican on Wednesday. Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio, who chose the name of Francis, is the 266th pontiff of the Roman Catholic Church.
Corri Sayre, top, who gets to pin boys as a member of the Howland junior varsity wrestling team, will be wrestling girls this weekend at the United States Girls Wrestling Association national championships at Eastern Michigan University.
LaBrae’s Peyton Aldridge (10) dunks during the Vikings’ 75-52 win over the Oberlin Phoenix in the Division III regional semifinal Wednesday at Canton Memorial Fieldhouse.
Yolanda Hormilla, a registered nurse working for Florida Blue, checks Jose Ballivian’s blood pressure in the Sunrise, Fla., sales office. Some Americans could see their insurance costs double this year as the U.S. health-care overhaul expands coverage to millions of people.
Youngstown State’s Shar’Rae Davis (4) stretches up for a layup against Cleveland State defenders Shalonda Winton (20), left, and Kiersten Green (21) during the second half of the Horizon League quarterfi nal Wednesday at YSU’s Beeghly Center. The Penguins bested the Vikings, 69-62, to advance to Friday’s semifi nals in Green Bay.
Rachel Wyand, a senior at Canfield High School, goes through the texting and driving simulator during AT&T’s “It Can Wait” program. The program, attended by local law enforcement and county officials, coincided with the enactment of Ohio’s texting ban March 1.