PHOTOS: Best images of the year in West Chester and Liberty Twp.

West Chester firefighter Jason Mesman helps Ascher Ruble, 4, spray the fire hose during West Chester Township's Touch A Truck event Friday, June 15 at The Square @ Union Centre. Fire trucks, police vehicles, helicopters, lift trucks, snow plows and more were on display for kids to climb in and honk horns during the free event. NICK GRAHAM/STAFF

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West Chester firefighter Jason Mesman helps Ascher Ruble, 4, spray the fire hose during West Chester Township's Touch A Truck event Friday, June 15 at The Square @ Union Centre. Fire trucks, police vehicles, helicopters, lift trucks, snow plows and more were on display for kids to climb in and honk horns during the free event. NICK GRAHAM/STAFF

The year 2018 provided plenty of striking images of West Chester and Liberty Twp., captured by our Journal-News photographers.

We’ve collected the best of the year into a 44-image photo gallery to remember some of the biggest moments and best visuals in the area.

Here’s a look at some West Chester and Liberty Twp. photos that were included in the gallery. Click the card below to view the full gallery.

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Emma Krabbe, left, a Lakota East senior, paints a design on her parking spot with the help of her mom, Melissa Krabbe, Tuesday, Sept. 4 at Lakota East High School in Liberty Township. The message is a quote from the movie Ice Age. Seniors got the opportunity to personalize their parking spots for the first time. NICK GRAHAM/STAFF

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Emma Krabbe, left, a Lakota East senior, paints a design on her parking spot with the help of her mom, Melissa Krabbe, Tuesday, Sept. 4 at Lakota East High School in Liberty Township. The message is a quote from the movie Ice Age. Seniors got the opportunity to personalize their parking spots for the first time. NICK GRAHAM/STAFF

Credit: HANDOUT

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Emma Krabbe, left, a Lakota East senior, paints a design on her parking spot with the help of her mom, Melissa Krabbe, Tuesday, Sept. 4 at Lakota East High School in Liberty Township. The message is a quote from the movie Ice Age. Seniors got the opportunity to personalize their parking spots for the first time. NICK GRAHAM/STAFF

Credit: HANDOUT

Credit: HANDOUT

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Lakota West pitcher Stephanie Maldonado cries as she hugs head coach Keith Castner after their 11-1 Division I state softball championship loss to Masssillon Perry Saturday, June 2 at Firestone Stadium in Akron. NICK GRAHAM/STAFF

Credit: Nick Graham

Lakota West pitcher Stephanie Maldonado cries as she hugs head coach Keith Castner after their 11-1 Division I state softball championship loss to Masssillon Perry Saturday, June 2 at Firestone Stadium in Akron. NICK GRAHAM/STAFF

Credit: Nick Graham

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Lakota West pitcher Stephanie Maldonado cries as she hugs head coach Keith Castner after their 11-1 Division I state softball championship loss to Masssillon Perry Saturday, June 2 at Firestone Stadium in Akron. NICK GRAHAM/STAFF

Credit: Nick Graham

Credit: Nick Graham

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Ron Dzikowski, left, Donald Carter, middle, and Dave Smith, members of the West Chester VFW 7696 Color Guard, salute the flag during a 9/11 remembrance ceremony Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018 at Chesterwood Village Senior Living Community on Tylersville Road in West Chester Township. NICK GRAHAM/STAFF

Credit: Nick Graham

Ron Dzikowski, left, Donald Carter, middle, and Dave Smith, members of the West Chester VFW 7696 Color Guard, salute the flag during a 9/11 remembrance ceremony Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018 at Chesterwood Village Senior Living Community on Tylersville Road in West Chester Township. NICK GRAHAM/STAFF

Credit: Nick Graham

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Ron Dzikowski, left, Donald Carter, middle, and Dave Smith, members of the West Chester VFW 7696 Color Guard, salute the flag during a 9/11 remembrance ceremony Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018 at Chesterwood Village Senior Living Community on Tylersville Road in West Chester Township. NICK GRAHAM/STAFF

Credit: Nick Graham

Credit: Nick Graham

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Students file in for the first time as the Boys and Girls Club of West Chester/Liberty officially opened in the new location on Cincinnati Dayton Road in West Chester Township Thursday, Jan. 4. NICK GRAHAM/STAFF

Credit: Nick Graham

Students file in for the first time as the Boys and Girls Club of West Chester/Liberty officially opened in the new location on Cincinnati Dayton Road in West Chester Township Thursday, Jan. 4. NICK GRAHAM/STAFF

Credit: Nick Graham

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Students file in for the first time as the Boys and Girls Club of West Chester/Liberty officially opened in the new location on Cincinnati Dayton Road in West Chester Township Thursday, Jan. 4. NICK GRAHAM/STAFF

Credit: Nick Graham

Credit: Nick Graham

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