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Gallery: Photos from around the Carnegie area

| Tuesday, April 24, 2012, 8:40 p.m.
What was once Destinta Movie Theaters in the Chartiers Valley Shopping Center in Bridgeville now is Chartiers Valley Stadium 18 after ownership and management changed hands to Phoenix Big Cinemas. Photo by Randy Jarosz
Kurt Niedzwiecki (right) of Collier fills a plate with barbecue chicken while Bill Kramer holds on to the tray during All Saints Polish National Catholic Church's ham and chicken dinner. Photo by Randy Jarosz
This vehicle was overtaken by high water in front of Idlewood Station on the West Busway on Idlewood Road between East Carnegie and Crafton during a rainstorm Sunday, Aug. 5. The driver escaped the vehicle as rushing water completely overtook it. Photo by Randy Jarosz
Peter Maurizio of McKeesport ate eight pancakes in nine minutes to win the Bob's Diner pancake-eating contest last week. J.R. Marshall presented a trophy to Maurizio. Photo by Randy Jarosz
Olivia Namee, 12, of Scott Township stands next to a 2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302 at Woltz & Wind Ford in Collier Township last week. The Chartiers Valley Middle School student, who is entering the seventh grade, took first place at the second annual Ford Junior Grand Prix, which was held at the 2012 Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix. Her race car, made of Lego blocks and built at the Ford Kid's Pit Stop Tent, clocked in with the fastest time over hundreds of other vehicles. Photo by Kristina Serafini
Carpenter Dennis Green (left) and artist Harry 'Hawkeye' Demel secure the framing for Demel's artwork on the side of the Carnegie Historical Society. The revolving artwork will feature other artists throughout the year. A $6,000 grant for the project was secured from Pennsylvania American Water for the artwork and garden at the historical society. Photo by Randy Jarosz
Alana Amantini 11, right, fills in a stripe as Rosita Fletcher, an employee of Bob Evans, helps her daughter Amarissa Fletcher, 5, color in a stripe of the American flag to support troops overseas. Fletcher's husband, Sgt. Anthony Lee Fletcher, was recently deployed to Kuwait. The Fletchers are from Crafton. The flag-making event was sponsored by the Bob Evans restaurant in Bridgeville. Photo by Randy Jarosz
Marissa Campbell, 3, of Castle Shannon, finds a toy she likes during the annual Our Lady of Grace Church rummage sale. Photo by Randy Jarosz
Carolyn Palmer of McDonald, a member of Crossroads United Methodist Church, cheers after Logan Balint, 7, of McDonald knocks over some cans while playing a game during Bridgeville's Day on the Avenue. Photo by Randy Jarosz
A selection of photographs taken by our photographers and submitted by our readers.
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