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Friday - August 30, 2013

| Saturday, Aug. 31, 2013, 12:01 a.m.
Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
Brielle Wiles, 8 works on homework as her brother Brayden Wiles, 3 plays at Buhl Community Park at Allegheny Square, Thursday. The clock tower at the Allegheny Regional Branch of the Carnegie Library is seen in the background.
Erica Dietz | Valley News Dispatch
Three-year-old Dane Schaltenbrand of Fawn chases after bubbles while playing with his brother, Easton Schaltenbrand, 2, and his grandmother, Marilyn Schaltenbrand, in the front yard of her Harrison home on Friday, Aug. 30, 2013.
Erica Dietz | Valley News Dispatch
Cecelia Caprino, 12, of Lower Burrell makes a splash as she jumps into the Joseph A. Petrarca Memorial Pool in Vandergrift on Thursday, Aug. 29, 2013. She was at the pool attending a party for Burrell's Huston Middle School Swim Club.
Cindy Shegan Keeley | Daily News
Volunteers prepare the foundation of a climbing platform while building a KaBOOM! playground at Propel Homestead on Thursday. Employees of the charter school and McDonald's restaurants and members of the community were among those helping construct the play area.
Cindy Shegan Keeley | Daily News
David Lesko and Mark Nemeth work to repair the docks damaged at Birdie's Landing in Port Vue.
Brian F. Henry | Tribune-Review
Bonnie Krenzer, 81, of Berlin Heights, Ohio, one of the vendors at the Arts & Crafts Colonial Festival at the Westmoreland Fairgrounds in Mt. Pleasant Township, finishes sewing one of her 'goose costumes' on Friday, August 30, 2013. Krenzer has been making the novelty items for 15 years. She said 'they make people laugh,' and 'it's fun to make them'. The festival continues through Monday afternoon.
Heidi Murrin | Trib Total Media
Will and Harmoni Sanders, center, of Latrobe, and their son Romero, 2, pose with 'Night of the Living Dead' actors Russ Streiner (Highland Park), who played 'johnny' and Judith O'Dea (Flagstaff, Arizona), who played 'Barbara' in the movie. The group was on a tour of the Evans City Cemetery Friday, August 30, 2013 for part of the 45th anniversary of the movie. Segements of the show were filmed at the cemetery. Romero Sanders is named after the director George Romero, and the couple watched the movie in the hospital the night that he was born. In rear, the chapel, which also was in the movie, is being restored. The car, a 1967 Pontiac Le Mans, is similar to the one used in the movie, but is not the original.

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

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