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Friday - January 31, 2014

| Friday, Jan. 31, 2014, 4:54 p.m.
Jasmine Goldband | Tribune-Review
A Macy's shopper makes her way up Fifth Avenue passing Macy's star advertisements after shopping at the department store, Downtown Friday, Jan. 31, 2014.
Jasmine Goldband | Tribune-Review
Pedestrians cross Sixth Street at Liberty Avenue Downtown Friday, Jan. 31, 2014.
Sidney Davis | Tribune-Review
An ironworker sits atop the steel girders of the Hotel Indigo construction site with East Liberty Presbyterian Church in the background.
Brigid Beatty/Leader Times
Emergency workers help a wheelchair-bound woman who suffered minor injuries when her car slid off an icy Route 2020 into an embankment in Plumcreek.
Dan Speicher | For Valley News Dispatch
Brian Campbell of Shaler takes a break from work to enjoy the warm weather at the Riverside Park Ice Rink in Oakmont, on Friday, Jan. 31, 2014.
Dan Speicher | For Valley News Dispatch
Laura Cable of Oakmont enjoys the warmer weather with her golden retrievers, Finley and Sydney, in Dark Hollow Park in Oakmont, on Friday, Jan. 31, 2014.
Brian F. Henry | Tribune-Review
Dustin Goodlin, 2, of Latrobe (left), snow tubes with his brother Colton, 5, and dad, Mike, at the Snow Tubing and Sledding Area at Twin Lakes Park in Hempfield Township on Friday, Jan. 31, 2014.
University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy students wait patiently to be dismissed after participating in the 12th Annual Dr. Gordon J. Vanscoy White Coat Ceremony marking student pharmacists’ entry into the profession at the Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall & Museum in Oakland, Friday.
Dylan Atkinson, of Langhorne, PA receives his white coat while participating in the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy's 12th Annual Dr. Gordon J. Vanscoy White Coat Ceremony held Friday, January 1, 2014 at Soldeirs & Sailors Memorial Hall & Museum in Oakland.
Kayla McFeely, 20, kisses her mother, Beth McFeely, of Charleroi, after Pitt School of Pharmacy Students participated in the 12th Annual Dr. Gordon J. Vanscoy White Coat Ceremony marking student pharmacists’ entry into the profession at the Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall & Museum in Oakland, Friday.
Zoë Lubow, 29, of Bloomfield hugs her mother, Joan Disciascio, 63, of Brooklyn, NY after Pitt School of Pharmacy Students participated in the 12th Annual Dr. Gordon J. Vanscoy White Coat Ceremony marking student pharmacists’ entry into the profession at the Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall & Museum in Oakland, Friday.

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

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