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Friday - March 15, 2013

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Sidney Davis | Tribune-Review
Anita Ostovich (left) lifts a crab cake from a baking pan as Gladys Mrvos (right) gives instructions to other kitchen help at St Sava Serbian Orthodox Church in McKeesport on Friday, March 15, 2013. In their third year, the church serves side dishes and seafood in addition to the traditional Lent Fish meals.
Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
Leighton Malsch, 3 1/2, wears her St. Patrick's Day outfit, Friday, March 15th, 2013, as she and her grandmother, Lynette Kuchia, walk along Brookline Boulevard past construction on the way to visit a relative. Leighton, who is from Texas, is spending time with her grandmother in Brookline, and was so excited about attending Saturday's St. Patrick's Day Parade, Downtown, that she wanted to test out her parade outfit early.
Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
Chris Bosko carefully places a mouse trap on the kitchen floor of her Butler County home on Friday. Bosko rarely had seen mice in the 14 years she has lived in the house until November. Dave Trozzo of Slippery Rock Pest Control has been helping her deal with the invasion by setting up bait stations outside and traps inside.
Brian F. Henry | Tribune-Review
Alan Norkin, 19, of Greensburg goes in for a lay-up while playing basketball with his brother Josh, 16, at Lynch Field in the city on Friday, March 15, 2013.

Daily images from around the region by Trib Total Media staff photographers.

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