Canfield’s Stein says yes to Buckeyes

Tyler Stein’s response said it all. The Canfield wrestler received a text message one day after school. It was this past February, so Stein was nearing the end ...

Movement helps women’s shelter

WARREN — Volunteers with The Movement at the Dream Center in Warren helped transform and enhance God’s Refuge House with various improvements and ...

Religion events

FUN DAY: Mecca Community Church, 5920 Phillips Rice Road, will hold a family fun day today. MESSAGE IN SONG: McKinley Community Church, 1524 ...

Local bank stocks mixed

Cortland Bancorp lost a nickel in trading Friday to close at $23.60 per share. First Niles Financial held steady at $9.75 per share, where it has remained unchanged ...

Surveys say a lot about real estate

Real estate transfers

Issues raise blood pressure

DEAR EDITOR: When I read the June 24 Tribune Chronicle story “Trumbull Women Revisit Trump,” my blood pressure was elevated. What fantasy world are these ...

Plastic waste is big problem

Letters change nothing

Police blotters – Niles

Police activity reported June 25-July 11 July 11, 8:35 p.m. — Animal complaint reported at 353 Sheridan Ave. 7 p.m. — Dylan Hanger, 27, 613 John St., was ...

Scrappers stay hot

Police blotters – McDonald

Should marijuana be legal everywhere in the U.S.?

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