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Monday - September 16, 2013

| Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2013, 11:24 a.m.
Philip G. Pavely | Tribune-Review
Firefighters Mike Skruch and Jared Pauli share smiles and scoops of chili as they participate in the third-annual chili cookoff Monday, September 16, 2013 in East Liberty. Firefighters and chefs from Giant Eagle battled in the annual competition at the Citiparks farmers market.
Chaz Palla | Tribune-Review
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is sacked during the third quarter against the Bengals Monday, Sept. 16, 2013, at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati.
Philip G. Pavely | Tribune-Review
Debra Fox of Stanton Heights gets a closer look at the varieties offered during the third-annual chili cookoff Monday, September 16, 2013 in East Liberty. Firefighters and chefs from Giant Eagle battled in the annual competition at the Citiparks farmers market.
Brian F. Henry | Tribune-Review
Firefighters cover a hole in the front wall of the Key Care Home Health office on Broad Street in South Greensburg after a vehicle crashed through it on Monday, September 16, 2013.
Louis B. Ruediger | Leader Times
A huge cloud drifts slowly over an overgrown field in Cowanshannock Monday afternoon, a scene that speaks of the approach of fall. The season officially starts Sunday. September 16, 2013
Sean Stipp | Tribune-Review
Co-owner Denise Johns sets up for the Lonesome Valley Farms 'Valley of Terror' Halloween attraction located next to the Westmoreland Fairgrounds in Mt. Pleasant Township. Johns operates the seasonal haunted attraction that features a Haunted Hayride & Maze Trail, Get Lost Corn Maze and the Slotter Farmhouse & Barn.
James Knox | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Shelia Phillips from event sponsor GNC grimaces as she misses her putt on the first hole under the watchful eyes of from left, Wounded Warrior Tim Martin, U.S. Army Col. Samuel Johnson-ret., Wounded Warrior Mike Heller, Phillips and Lauri Hmel also from GNC at the Wounded Warrior Project's eighth annual golf outing on Monday, September 16, at the Diamond Run Golf Club in Ohio Township. Wounded Warrior Project’s 19 programs and services are uniquely structured to nurture the mind and body, and encourage economic empowerment and engagement. Since 2003, WWP has opened 13 regional offices across the country and in Germany to better serve Wounded Warriors and their families at their time of need. In November 2012, WWP opened its Pittsburgh office to continue its commitment to serving injured service members nationwide.
James Knox | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
A few of the almost 150 golfers on hand for the start of the Wounded Warrior Project's eighth annual golf outing on Monday, September 16, head out onto the course for the start at the Diamond Run Golf Club in Ohio Township. Wounded Warrior Project’s 19 programs and services are uniquely structured to nurture the mind and body, and encourage economic empowerment and engagement. Since 2003, WWP has opened 13 regional offices across the country and in Germany to better serve Wounded Warriors and their families at their time of need. In November 2012, WWP opened its Pittsburgh office to continue its commitment to serving injured service members nationwide.

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

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