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Monday - November 4, 2013

| Monday, Nov. 4, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
Neyju Rondon, 36, (left) and Cesar Herrera, 45, pose for a portrait with their son, Alejandro Herrera-Rondon 10, at their home in Reserve Township, Friday.
HEIDI MURRIN | TRIBUNE-REVIEW
Linda and Phillip Pfeiffer of Johnson City, Tenn., (formerly of Bellevue) get some exercise before dinner on the Latodami Nature Center Trail in North Park Monday, November 4, 2013.
Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
Neil Hodges, 54, of Penn Hills and maintenance worker builds the Christmas Tree front of Heinz Field, Monday.
Justin Merriman | Tribune-Review
Bette Rameres of Beechview gets her portrait taken in a photo booth during a Dia de los Muertos festival in the Kaufmann Center of the Hill House in Pittsburgh's Uptown neighborhood on Saturday, November 2, 2013.
Sean Stipp | Tribune-Review
Students, faculty and administrators lock hands along the driveway to Seton Hill University in Greensburg as a hearse carrying former president JoAnne Woodyard Boyle is taken to campus on Monday, Nov. 4, 2013. Boyle, of Laughlintown, died Friday. Visitation will be held in the parlors on the second floor of the administration building from 2 to 8 p.m. Tuesday. A funeral Mass will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Wednesday in St. Joseph Chapel on campus.
Guy Wathen | Tribune-Review
Pennsylvania Army National Guard members stand during a ceremony to dedicate 33 military and veteran banners installed on the California University of Pennsylvania campus on Monday, Nov. 4, 2013. The banners will hang on campus throughout November.
Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
Congressman Mike Doyle (from left); Bart Mitchell, president and CEO of The Community Builders, Inc.; Mayor Luke Ravenstahl; and State Rep. Ed Gainey talk before breaking ground on 52 one- and two-bedroom apartments in East Liberty on Monday, Nov. 4, 2013. The development, dubbed East Liberty Place South, will sit on land formerly occupied by the East Mall Apartments high-rise for low-income residents.

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

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