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« Latest photos / 2013 / May / 29

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William D LEwis The Vindicator Shirlene Hill of Liberty, mother of slain YSU student Jamail Johnson speaks during an anti violence rally at New Bethel Baptist Church 5-29-13.

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William D Lewis the Vindicator Rev Kenneth Simon, pastor of New Bethel Baptis Church in Youngstown leads a prayer while family members of area residents killed are remembered during a 5-29-13 rally at New Bethel.

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William D Lewis the Vindicator Kimberly Glenn kisses her grandson Xavier Simms, 3, during a anti violence rally at New Bethel Baptist Church in Youngstown 5-29-12. Family members of violence victims remembered the deceased during the event. Glenn and her grandson were with a large group of family and friends remembering Carlos Crues who was killed 1-28-12.

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William D LEwis The Vindicator Members of Harambee Youth Dancers perform during an anti violence rally at New Bethel Baptist Church 5-29-13.

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR The sixth annual Vision for Veterans 5K race took place May 17, leading runners through historical Harvey S. Firestone Park in Columbiana and into the surrounding neighborhood. Proceeds of the event are planned for a wheelchair ramp for a veteran in need. The top veteran winners are Ed Brainard of Campbell, left, who took third place with a time of 20:28:90; and James Frost of Ohio, who placed first with a time of 18:54:30. Not pictured is Thomas Macri of Edinburg, Pa., who came in second with a time of 19:53:40.

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR At the recent meeting of the Rotary Club of Austintown, four members received awards for perfect attendance in the past three quarters. Honorees are, from left, Mark Cole, Gary Reel, Chuck Baker and Jerry Haber.

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Kelsey Kalasky, a graduate of Cardinal Mooney High School and a senior at Youngstown State University, received a scholarship recently from the Catholic Collegiate Association. The CCA met at Michael Alberini’s Restaurant in Boardman to present the award to Kalasky, who is a business management major. The association, founded in 1927 in Youngstown, awards scholarships annually. Those participating in the presentation were, from left, Barbara Banks, CCA vice president; Cathy Campana, president; Mary Place Thomas, scholarship chairwoman; and Kalasky.

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A burger from Quench Bar and Grill

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Edward, Marissa, Ed, Mary Anne and Anne Marie Salus pose for a picture behind a “Welcome Home” sign set up for 12-year-old Marissa when she returned from the Cleveland Clinic after nearly three weeks and two surgeries to treat her chordoma.

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Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown (84) and tight end Leonard Pope (45) celebrate after Brown made a touchdown catch in the third quarter of a football game against the Cleveland Browns in Pittsburgh.

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Cincinnati Reds’ Xavier Paul (26) arrives at first with an infield hit as Cleveland Indians first baseman Nick Swisher awaits the throw in the fifth inning of a baseball game Tuesday in Cincinnati.

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Trader Gregory Rowe works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday. A jump in home prices helped send the stock market higher.

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Austintown Fitch’s Cali Mikovich, left, tags Aurora’s Nicole Doyle out at third base during a Division I tournament game on May 22 at Fields of Dreams in Boardman. The Falcons’ 5-2 victory clinched their first regional berth since 2005. Fitch will meet Medina in a regional semifinal at 5 p.m. Thursday at the University of Akron.

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Yaniglos weeds a flower bed on Liberty Street in preparation for planting. Yaniglos is one of two master gardeners for Liberty in Bloom, a volunteer-driven group that creates and maintains 24 flower beds across the township.

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Liberty Trustee Jodi Stoyak, left, and Janet Yaniglos begin to arrange zinnia plants in a flower bed on Liberty Street in the township. Stoyak and Yaniglos are members of Liberty in Bloom, an organization that depends primarily on volunteers and donations to beautify the community with flowers.

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Liberty in Bloom, a volunteer-run organization that works to beautify the township, is in its 12th year. These plants are ready to be planted.

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