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Friday, August 9, 2013

 


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Approximately 60 people attended the Leetonia Community Public Library’s summer fun picnic July 24. Those who reached summer reading goals received coupons for Dairy Queen and T-shirts. The group also enjoyed refreshments and games. Some of those participating, from left, were Sophia Pulcini; Peyton Mellott; Judy Kiliany, staff member; Tyler Mellott; and Beth Anne Kiliany.

Published on August 8, 2013

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MADELYN P. HASTINGS | THE VINDICATOR

Matt O’Mansky is using a 3-D scanner to try to make out the words on a very old eroded tombstone in the Glenview Cemetery in East Palestine. O'Mansky was contacted by a descendant of George Foulkes, who the tombstone is dedicated to. Foulkes was captured by Indians as a young boy in 1780 and remained a captive for 11 years before escaping.

Published on August 8, 2013

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MADELYN P. HASTINGS | THE VINDICATOR

Matt O’Mansky is using a 3-D scanner to try to make out the words on a very old eroded tombstone in the Glenview Cemetery in East Palestine. O'Mansky was contacted by a descendant of George Foulkes, who the tombstone is dedicated to. Foulkes was captured by Indians as a young boy in 1780 and remained a captive for 11 years before escaping.

Published on August 8, 2013

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MADELYN P. HASTINGS | THE VINDICATOR

Matt O'Mansky applies powder to an eroded tombstone to create a more reflective pattern for the 3-D scanner to read. O’Mansky is using the scanner to try to make out the words on the tombstone in the Glenview Cemetery in East Palestine. O'Mansky was contacted by Jerry Ward, who is a descendant of Foulkes. Foulkes was captured by Indians as a young boy in 1780 and remained a captive for 11 years before escaping.

Published on August 8, 2013

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MADELYN P. HASTINGS | THE VINDICATOR

Shown are the results of a 3-D scan of the eroded tombstone of George Foulkes. Matt O’Mansky is using the scanner to try to make out the words on the tombstone in the Glenview Cemetery in East Palestine. O'Mansky was contacted by Jerry Ward, who is a descendant of Foulkes. Foulkes was captured by Indians as a young boy in 1780 and remained a captive for 11 years before escaping.

Published on August 8, 2013

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MADELYN P. HASTINGS | THE VINDICATOR

(L-R) Tom Delvaux and Matt O'Mansky look over the eroded tombstone of George Foulkes. O’Mansky is using a 3-D scanner to try to make out the words on the tombstone in the Glenview Cemetery in East Palestine. O'Mansky was contacted by Jerry Ward, who is a descendant of Foulkes. Foulkes was captured by Indians as a young boy in 1780 and remained a captive for 11 years before escaping.

Published on August 8, 2013

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MADELYN P. HASTINGS | THE VINDICATOR

Matt O’Mansky is using a 3-D scanner to try to make out the words on a very old eroded tombstone in the Glenview Cemetery in East Palestine. O'Mansky was contacted by a descendant of George Foulkes, who the tombstone is dedicated to. Foulkes was captured by Indians as a young boy in 1780 and remained a captive for 11 years before escaping.

Published on August 8, 2013

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MADELYN P. HASTINGS | THE VINDICATOR

(L-R) Matt O'Mansky and Tom Delvaux look at the results of a 3-D scan of the eroded tombstone of George Foulkes. O’Mansky is using the scanner to try to make out the words on the tombstone in the Glenview Cemetery in East Palestine. O'Mansky was contacted by Jerry Ward, who is a descendant of Foulkes. Foulkes was captured by Indians as a young boy in 1780 and remained a captive for 11 years before escaping.

Published on August 8, 2013

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MADELYN P. HASTINGS | THE VINDICATOR

The tombstone of George Foulkes in the Glenview Cemetery in East Palestine. Matt O’Mansky is using a 3-D scanner to try to make out the words on athe tombstone. O'Mansky was contacted by a descendant of George Foulkes, who the tombstone is dedicated to. Foulkes was captured by Indians as a young boy in 1780 and remained a captive for 11 years before escaping.

Published on August 8, 2013

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MADELYN P. HASTINGS | THE VINDICATOR

Shown are the results of a 3-D scan of the eroded tombstone of George Foulkes. Matt O’Mansky is using the scanner to try to make out the words on the tombstone in the Glenview Cemetery in East Palestine. O'Mansky was contacted by Jerry Ward, who is a descendant of Foulkes. Foulkes was captured by Indians as a young boy in 1780 and remained a captive for 11 years before escaping.

Published on August 8, 2013

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MADELYN P. HASTINGS | THE VINDICATOR

(L-R) Matt O'Mansky and Jerry Ward look at the results of a 3-D scan of the eroded tombstone of George Foulkes. O’Mansky is using the scanner to try to make out the words on the tombstone in the Glenview Cemetery in East Palestine. O'Mansky was contacted by Ward, who is a descendant of Foulkes. Foulkes was captured by Indians as a young boy in 1780 and remained a captive for 11 years before escaping.

Published on August 8, 2013

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Atty. Mark Hanni, left, stands before a video monitor in Warren
Municipal Court Thursday with his client, Lakeisha Bell, 19, of
Williamsburg Street Northwest. Bell is charged with involuntary
manslaughter, carrying a concealed weapon and being a felon in
possession of a firearm in the Aug. 2 death of her friend, McKayla
Hopkins, 18. Police say Bell accidentally shot Hopkins during Bell's
birthday party in Perkins Park.

Published on August 8, 2013

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Atty. Mark Hanni, left, and Traci Timko Rose, an assistant Warren law
director, stand before a video monitor in Warren Municipal Court
Thursday with his client, Lakeisha Bell, 19, of Williamsburg Street
Northwest. Bell is charged with involuntary manslaughter, carrying a
concealed weapon and being a felon in possession of a firearm in the
Aug. 2 death of her friend, McKayla Hopkins, 18. Police say Bell
accidentally shot Hopkins during Bell's birthday party in Perkins Park.

Published on August 8, 2013

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From left, Mindy Sierrra of Niles and Michael Burns of Mineral Ridge
were arraigned Thursday in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court on
charges of murder, attempted aggravated burglary, and involuntary
manslaughter. The murder charge relates to the death of Terry Allen,
who police say was shot to death by the occupant of a house on state
Route 46 in Niles where Sierra, Burns and two other people went July
12 to steal copper.

Published on August 8, 2013

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From left, Mindy Sierrra of Niles and Michael Burns of Mineral Ridge
were arraigned Thursday in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court on
charges of murder, attempted aggravated burglary, and involuntary
manslaughter. The murder charge relates to the death of Terry Allen,
who police say was shot to death by the occupant of a house on state
Route 46 in Niles where Sierra, Burns and two other people went July
12 to steal copper.

Published on August 8, 2013

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Canfield base runner #1 Bridget Sweeney rounds third base to head home and score the first Canfield run of the game game in the bottom of the bottom go the 3rd inning.

Published on August 8, 2013

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Canfield left fielder #1 Bridget Sweeney tumbles over the short left field wall after attempting to catch a ball in foul territory during Thursday morning game against Michigan.

Published on August 8, 2013

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Canfield left fielder #1 Bridget Sweeney tumbles over the short left field wall after attempting to catch a ball in foul territory during Thursday morning game against Michigan.

Published on August 8, 2013

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Canfield batter #2 Maddy Johns swings and makes contact with a pitch during a early plate appearance in Thursday mornings game against Michigan.

Published on August 8, 2013

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Canfield pitcher #33 Kayla Troxil throws a pitch during the top of the 7th inning.

Published on August 8, 2013

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Canfield infielder #3 Mia Kindinis throws the ball to first base for the third out in the top of the 7th inning Michigan base runner #18 Rachel Pijaszek.

Published on August 8, 2013

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Canfield base runner #16 Amelia Manenti rounds second base after hitting a double in the bottom of the bottom of the 8th inning. Michigan infielder #9 Lexie Hughes.

Published on August 8, 2013

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Canfield base runner #16 Amelia Manenti jumps in the air after scoring the game winning run in the bottom of the 8th inning.

Published on August 8, 2013

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Canfield batter #2 Maddy Johns gets a hug from teammate #21 Ellie Dundics after knocking in the game winning run in the bottom of the 8th inning. Michigan player #4 Maddie Bell walks across the infield.

Published on August 8, 2013

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Canfield player #21 Ellie Dundics walks around the infield in disbelief after the game winning run in the bottom of the 8th inning. While teammates #2 Maddy Johns, #14 Jenna Gibson, and #4 Maura Kennedy (woman in red is a coach, name not on the lineup card I have).

Published on August 8, 2013

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Canfield player #2 Maddy Johns gets a hug from teammate #14 Jenna Gibson after knocking in the game wining hit while #21 Ellie Dundics walks around the infield in disbelief.

Published on August 8, 2013

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MADELYN P. HASTINGS | THE VINDICATOR

Lou Rosati of Ferrell, PA throws a ball during the bocce tournament at the Warren Italian Festival on Thursday, August 8. The festival runs through Sunday.

Published on August 8, 2013

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MADELYN P. HASTINGS | THE VINDICATOR

Lou Rosati of Ferrell, PA participates in the bocce tournament at the Warren Italian Festival on Thursday, August 8. The festival runs through Sunday.

Published on August 8, 2013

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MADELYN P. HASTINGS | THE VINDICATOR

Paul Sauline of Struthers participates in the bocce tournament at the Warren Italian Festival on Thursday, August 8. The festival runs through Sunday.

Published on August 8, 2013

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MADELYN P. HASTINGS | THE VINDICATOR

Camryn Stewart, 9, of Warren runs through the rain before her performance with Natalie's Dance Company at the Warren Italian Festival on Thursday, August 8. The festival runs through Sunday.

Published on August 8, 2013

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MADELYN P. HASTINGS | THE VINDICATOR

(L-R) Sadee Zamarelli, 4, and her aunt Maureen of Warren try to stay out of the rain that delayed the Warren Italian Festival on Thursday, August 8. Sadee participated in the Miss Italian Pageant. The festival runs through Sunday.

Published on August 8, 2013

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MADELYN P. HASTINGS | THE VINDICATOR

(L-R) Jim Dick of Warren and Roberta Holler of Rootstown working for DiRusso's Italian Sausage try to stay out of the rain that delayed the Warren Italian Festival on Thursday, August 8. The festival runs through Sunday.

Published on August 8, 2013

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MADELYN P. HASTINGS | THE VINDICATOR

Rain and flooding delayed the Warren Italian Festival on Thursday, August 8. The festival runs through Sunday.

Published on August 8, 2013

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ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR

Deacon John Ettinger Bishop Murry and Father Greg Maturi at the opening and blessing of the new hall

St Dominic's New Parish Center was officially opened today on Southern Blvd. It coincided with the 90th birthday of the church and presided over by Bishop george Murry

Published on August 8, 2013

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ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR

Bishop Murry at the opening and blessing of the new hall

St Dominic's New Parish Center was officially opened today on Southern Blvd. It coincided with the 90th birthday of the church and presided over by Bishop george Murry

Published on August 8, 2013

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ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR

Father Greg Maturi at the opening and blessing of the new hall

St Dominic's New Parish Center was officially opened today on Southern Blvd. It coincided with the 90th birthday of the church and presided over by Bishop george Murry

Published on August 8, 2013

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Published on August 8, 2013

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Published on August 8, 2013

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ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR

St Dominic's New Parish Center was officially opened today on Southern Blvd. It coincided with the 90th birthday of the church and presided over by Bishop george Murry

Published on August 8, 2013

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ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR

Bishop Murry and Deacon John Ettinger bless the entrance

St Dominic's New Parish Center was officially opened today on Southern Blvd. It coincided with the 90th birthday of the church and presided over by Bishop george Murry

Published on August 8, 2013

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ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR

Bishop Murry and Deacon John Ettinger bless the entrance

St Dominic's New Parish Center was officially opened today on Southern Blvd. It coincided with the 90th birthday of the church and presided over by Bishop george Murry

Published on August 8, 2013

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ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR

Everyone had a hand in the blessing as Chris Enart Parish council treasurer Joe Kiraly Architect for the new parish center - Bishop George Murry - Lori Neill parish president Mike Gentile - Murphy construction and Father Greg Maturi

George MurrySt Dominic's New Parish Center was officially opened today on Southern Blvd. It coincided with the 90th birthday of the church and presided over by Bishop george Murry

Published on August 8, 2013

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ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR

Ed Gabrick builds a whirly jig Senior Independence Adult Day Care 1393 Boardman Canfield Rd is the new digs for the people who used to be clients at the Mahoning County Adult Day Care Program.

Published on August 8, 2013

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ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR

Joe Bartos swats at the beach ball as Juanita Burg looks on---y Senior Independence Adult Day Care 1393 Boardman Canfield Rd is the new digs for the people who used to be clients at the Mahoning County Adult Day Care Program.

Published on August 8, 2013

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ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR

Senior Independence Adult Day Care 1393 Boardman Canfield Rd is the new digs for the people who used to be clients at the Mahoning County Adult Day Care Program.

Published on August 8, 2013

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ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR

Ed Gabrick builds a whirly jig Senior Independence Adult Day Care 1393 Boardman Canfield Rd is the new digs for the people who used to be clients at the Mahoning County Adult Day Care Program.

Published on August 8, 2013



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