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Photos on May 1, 2013

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR A rummage and bake sale will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 17 and from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. May 18 at St. Thomas the Apostle Church, formerly St. Vincent de Paul, 4453 Warren-Sharon Road, Vienna. The church Women’s Altar and Rosary Guild is the sponsor. Holding an advertisement, from left, are Karen Krause, bake sale chairwoman; Pat Slaven, rummage sale chairwoman; and Karen Neuroh, rummage sale co-chairwoman. All items will be half price Saturday. Admission is free.

Added: Wed, April 24, 2013

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Amy Miller, left, was inducted into the Columbiana Area Business and Professional Women on April 23 and was welcomed into membership by Jenny Pike, CABPW president. The event was at Mason’s Steak House in Washingtonville. Miller, with her husband, Mike, owns and operates the Coin Shop in Struthers. They also buy and sell precious metals and operate a high-end specialty garlic farm. If interested in joining CABPW, call Lori Everly at 330-853-5896 or email leverly1101@aol.com; attend a meeting or visit it on Facebook. Membership dues are $43 per year.

Added: Wed, May 1, 2013

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Home Savings recently had a bake sale and raised $6,138 for Animal Charity, which provides direct care and adoption services for animals in need. From left are Linda Jones, Austintown branch manager; Gary Pitcher, Animal Charity chairman of the board; Frank Constantino, branch manager of Home Savings Boardman office, and Talia Musolino, executive director of Animal Charity, both holding the oversized check; Terrie Bennett, area manager of Home Savings; Trish Mohan, branch manager of Home Savings main office; and Jim Sebastian, branch manager of Home Savings Poland office.

Added: Tue, April 9, 2013

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The meals served to the Burger Guyz at the Ice House Inn in Austintown

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Dooney’s Downtown Grill & Bar closed about two weeks ago after owners decided to turn the space over to a new operator that will make an announcement on a opening date sometime next week.

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Dr. Cyril Wecht, a forensic pathologist who has been a consultant in high-profile cases such as John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr., speaks at Beeghly Center as part of the YSU Alumni Lecture Series.

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Cleveland Indians’ Jason Kipnis fields a ball hit by Philadelphia Phillies’ Ben Revere during the seventh inning of a baseball game, Tuesday in Cleveland. Revere grounded into a double play.

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Jockey Kevin Krigger talks about his Kentucky Derby mount, Goldencents, outside Barn 45 at Churchill Downs, Sunday in Louisville, Ky.

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Pittsburgh Penguins’ Sidney Crosby sits on the bench watching a power play drill during hockey practice in Canonsburg, Pa., Tuesday. Crosby has not been cleared to return to action since being hit in the face with a puck.

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Ultimate Gaming chairman Tom Breitling, left, and CEO Tobin Prior sit for a photo at their company headquarters in Las Vegas on Monday. The social-gaming company launched the first legal, real-money poker site in the U.S. on Tuesday.

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Phantoms defenseman Eric Sweetman, center, celebrates with teammates Tommy Davis and Josh Nenadal after scoring a first-period goal in Tuesday’s playoff win over Dubuque at the Covelli Centre.

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John Slanina, president of the Rocky Ridge Neighborhood Association, holds a bottle of Mill Creek pure maple syrup, gathered from sugar maples near Wick Recreation Area. The RRNA and Mill Creek MetroParks are selling the 300 bottles, with proceeds to be used for a playground in the recreation area and for neighborhood improvements.

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Cynthia E. Anderson, outgoing president of Youngstown State University, received a standing ovation Tuesday for her years of service at the end of her last State of the University address. Anderson is retiring July 1 after three years as YSU president and has been at the university nearly 40 years.

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