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Photos on May 28, 2014

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MASSILLON, OHIO - MAY 28, 2014: Infielder Courtney Roth #15 of Manchester prepares to throw the ball to first base for the first out of the bottom of the 3rd inning during a OHSAA tournament game at Massillon Washington High School. Manchester won 4-1. (Photo by David Dermer/Youngstown Vindicator) LaBrae base runner Haley Davies #25 pictured.

Added: Wed, May 28, 2014

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Katie Rickman | The Vindicator..Poland's Claire Testa (no 11) bats during the first inning of the tournament against Tallmadge at Fire Stone Stadium in Akron May 28 ,2014..

Added: Wed, May 28, 2014

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Katie Rickman } The Vindicator.Tallmadge's Brianna Idell (no. 8) is safe at second base as Poland's Brielle Nocera attempts to tag her out during the second inning of the tournament in Akron May 28, 2014.

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Katie Rickman | The Vindicator.Poland's Taylor Miokovic pitches during the third inning of the tournament game against Tallmadge in Akron May 28, 2014.

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Katie Rickman | The Vindicator.Poland's Taylor Miokovic (no. 15) slides in safe and scores the only point for Poland during the tournament against Tallmadge in Akron May 28, 2014. Catcher Tori Young (no. 21) stands on home plate in attempt to tag her out.

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Katie Rickman | The Vindicator.Phoebe Bush cries as the team gathers on the field after losing to Tallmadge 1-5...Taylor Miokovic leans back and listens as the coach talks to the team.

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MASSILLON, OHIO - MAY 28, 2014: Catcher Kasey Rininger #10 of LaBrae looks the ball into her glove for the first out in the top of the 5th inning during a OHSAA tournament game at Massillon Washington High School. Manchester won 4-1. (Photo by David Dermer/Youngstown Vindicator)

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MASSILLON, OHIO - MAY 28, 2014: Base runner Haley Davies #25 of LaBrae slides into home plate to score the first LaBrae run in the top of the 3rd inning. Catcher Mackenzie Barker #4 misplayed the ball during a OHSAA tournament game at Massillon Washington High School. Manchester won 4-1. (Photo by David Dermer/Youngstown Vindicator)

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MASSILLON, OHIO - MAY 28, 2014: Pitcher Emily Dugan #7 of LaBrae reacts after allowing a 2 run home run to Emily Kusmits #6 of Manchester int he top of the 5th inning during a OHSAA tournament game at Massillon Washington High School. Manchester won 4-1. (Photo by David Dermer/Youngstown Vindicator)

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MASSILLON, OHIO - MAY 28, 2014: Batter Emily Dugan #7 of LaBrae reacts int he dugout after being forced out after running to second on a caught fly ball in the outfield, she would be the 2nd out of the bottom of the 7th inning during a OHSAA tournament game at Massillon Washington High School. Manchester won 4-1. (Photo by David Dermer/Youngstown Vindicator)

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MASSILLON, OHIO - MAY 28, 2014: Infielder Somer McCoy #21 of LaBrae throws the ball to first base for the 1st out in the top of the 4th inning during a OHSAA tournament game at Massillon Washington High School. Manchester won 4-1. (Photo by David Dermer/Youngstown Vindicator)

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MASSILLON, OHIO - MAY 28, 2014: Outfielder Danielle Miracle #5 of LaBrae gets under the fly ball for the 1st out int he top of the 6th during a OHSAA tournament game at Massillon Washington High School. Manchester won 4-1. (Photo by David Dermer/Youngstown Vindicator)

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Katie Rickman | The Vindicator.Poland's Phoebe Bush (no. 6) embraces team mate Chloe Bush after the team lost to Tallmadge 1-5 in Akron May 28, 2014.

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MASSILLON, OHIO - MAY 28, 2014: Pitcher Emily Dugan #7 of LaBrae reacts after allowing a 2 run home run to Emily Kusmits #6 of Manchester int he top of the 5th inning during a OHSAA tournament game at Massillon Washington High School. Manchester won 4-1. (Photo by David Dermer/Youngstown Vindicator)

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MASSILLON, OHIO - MAY 28, 2014: Base runner Haley Davies #25 of LaBrae fights back tears while walking to the dugout after being the final out of the ball game after a OHSAA tournament game at Massillon Washington High School. Manchester won 4-1. (Photo by David Dermer/Youngstown Vindicator)

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Katie Rickman | The Vindicator.Poland's Phoebe Bush (no 6) and Brielle Nocera (no 4) struggle to keep control of the ball during the second inning in the tournament game against Tallmadge May 28, 2014.

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MASSILLON, OHIO - MAY 28, 2014: Base runner Haley Davies #25 of Labrae fights back tears while walking to the dugout after being the final out of the ball game after a OHSAA tournament game at Massillon Washington High School. Manchester won 4-1. (Photo by David Dermer/Youngstown Vindicator)

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR At the May meeting of the Austintown Growth Foundation, Scott Frost, director of Hollywood Gaming, and Mike Galle, general manager, spoke to the group and gave an update on the progress of the racino, which will open in the fall. It will open with 850 terminals, with a capacity for 1,500. There are six dining options, from fine dining to snacks. The track is 1 mile and has an indoor seating capacity of 1,000. At left is Frost, and at right is Jack Sovik, president of the Austintown Growth Foundation.

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Home Savings Charitable Foundation recently donated $10,000 to Second Harvest Food Bank of the Mahoning Valley. Second Harvest will use the funds for construction of a truck shelter to increase safety of the employees and drivers. From left are Kim Gennaro, branch manager of Home Savings Liberty office; Miriam Klein, grant officer of Second Harvest; and Jeannette Montgomery, retail manager of Home Savings Liberty office. For information about Second Harvest call 330-792-5522 or visit www.mahoningvalleysecondharvest.org.

Added: Wed, May 14, 2014

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR The Antonine Sisters Adult Day Care of Canfield recently received a donation of $5,000 from Home Savings Charitable Foundation. The funds will provide transportation for elderly and disabled people to and from their homes and the care center. From left are Sister Jinane Farah, assistant director of Antonine Sisters Adult Day Care; Linda Jones, branch manager of Home Savings Austintown office; and Sister Marie Madeleine Iskandar, director of the Antonine Sisters Adult Day Care. For information about the day care and its services call 330-538-9822 or visit www.antoninesistersadultdaycare.com.

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Annabelle Day, right, grand champion of the 81st Annual Vindicator Regional Spelling Bee in March, and Morgan Smith, center, runner-up, were honored at the May 16 lunch meeting of the Downtown Kiwanis at the Downtown YMCA. Gary Winslow, Kiwanis member, presented the girls with gift cards to Barnes & Noble. Annabelle is a seventh-grader attending Willow Creek Learning Center, and Morgan is a seventh-grader attending Discovery at Kirkmere.

Added: Wed, February 16, 2011

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The char-grilled burgers at The Vista Lounge on Donald Avenue boast a half-pound of Angus beef.

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Poland’s Taylor Miokovic pitches during a game against Austintown Fitch early this season. The Bulldogs face Tallmadge today in Akron.

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Rice

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Western Reserve’s Marley Oles throws during practice Tuesday. Oles and the Blue Devils will meet Attica Seneca East today at Kent State.

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Robert M. Walls, who has been principal of Campbell Elementary School for the past nine years, is retiring June 9. James Klingensmith, who was principal of Topsail Middle School in Hampstead, N.C., will replace Walls as the district’s new elementary- and middle-school principal for kindergarten through seventh grade.

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Warren artist Aaron Chine, left, poses with some of the 12 metal musical notes that were welded at the David Grohl Alley in Warren. With Chine are Joe O’Grady, center, who came up with the idea, and Tim Drummond, who helped with the project.

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Fifth-graders Harley Novak, left, and Jillian Strecansky of South Range Middle School work on iPads during class. They use the devices to work on a math program that walks them through a tutorial to show them how to fix a problem they got wrong.

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Tressel

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In this Nov. 10, 2005, photo, Rodney Sacks, CEO of Monster Beverage, poses for a photo in Corona, Calif. Sacks earned $6.22 million in 2013, a near sevenfold increase.

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Youngstown State junior pitcher Ryan Krokos, right, talks with Penguins assistant coach Jason Neal during practice Tuesday at Eastwood Field. YSU, fresh off a stunning Horizon League tournament run, is preparing for an NCAA regional appearance beginning Friday night in Bloomington, Ind.

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Struthers firefighters Mike Donofrio, left, Brian Hallquist and Walter Baber, in front of Hallquist, tear down a portion of the building that, before Monday’s destructive fire, housed Struthers Chair and Tent Rental. The cause of the fire has not been determined.

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