SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR
The Greatest Golfer of the Valley summer tournament Greatest Scramble proceeds of $13,000 were donated Sept. 6 to the Animal Welfare League of Trumbull County. Todd Franko, left, editor of The Vindicator, presented the check to, from left, Caryn Covelli, Dr. Rufus Sparks and Cindy D’Amico, board members of the Animal Welfare League, at the 15th annual golf outing at Squaw Creek Country Club. The money will be used to renovate the former Thunderplex indoor baseball complex in Vienna into a 47,000 square-foot animal shelter.
Added: Wed, August 7, 2013
A black widow spider guarding an egg sac, not actual size.
YSU tight end Nate Adams is corralled by Illinois State’s Tevin Allen after catching a 27-yard pass for a first down in Saturday’s 59-21 win at Stambaugh Stadium. This weekend, Western Illinois will try to disarm the Penguins’ arsenal of weapons.
Members of the Friends of Mary B. Smith Committee, from left, Kristen Olmi, Rick Shale, Jim Ray and Judith Stanger, show the banner that will be displayed on the landing of the main stairway from DeBartolo Hall’s second floor to the lobby in the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences at Youngstown State University.
Mike Kerr, a firefighter and paramedic with the Eagle Joint Fire District, center right, coordinates the sign-in for a disaster drill Wednesday morning behind Hubbard High School.
Traders work on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange in New York on Wednesday. Stocks surged on Wall Street after Senate leaders reached a deal that would avoid a U.S. default and reopen the government after 16 days of being partially shut down.
At left, United’s Taylor John (10) tries to keep Cardinal Mooney’s Jaclyn Yankle (7) from spiking the ball during
a Division III sectional match Wednesday at Salem High School. The Cardinals downed the Golden Eagles, 3-0,
to advance to Monday’s next round against the Crestview Rebels, who swept Liberty in three games Wednesday in
Maurice Castel, 15, fist-bumps his aunt, Bonnie Hunter of Wisconsin, after he finished a lesson at the new Potential Development High School for Autism in Youngstown. Maurice is nonverbal but has shown improvement through the Potential Development program. The non-charter public school for teens in grades nine through 12 on the autism spectrum had a ribbon-cutting Wednesday.