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State officials seeking $300M for schools

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine and other state officials plan to ask the Controlling Board on Monday to allocate $300 million in coronavirus relief funds to help colleges, ...

Area administrators miffed by OHSAA move

Jerry Snodgrass had a presence as the Ohio High School Athletic Association commissioner, through his social media accounts and in person. He was admired by most ...

Life-changing coach

Basketball is a game to most. For Jessica “Ellie” Shields, it saved her life. Before Shields, a 6-foot-3 standout player for Howland and ...

Road department collecting scrap tires

COLLECTION IN HUBBARD: A scrap tire collection will be held from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at the Hubbard Township road department parking lot, 2600 Elmwood ...

Find your voice, tell farming story

In a time in which everyone seems to have a voice — especially everyone with a social media account and a keyboard — let’s talk about what ...

Economy stumbles as 1.3M seek unemployment

Another 1.3 million Americans sought unemployment benefits last week, a sign the economy is stumbling as the viral outbreak intensifies and threatens to slow hiring ...

Chamber offers health care plan to sole proprietors

Dominion Energy’s rates in July to break record lows

Warren holiday events confused by many

DEAR EDITOR: Due to recent reporting in the Tribune Chronicle, we are concerned that our organization, Light Up The Square, has been mistakenly linked with a city ...

Small efforts can save lives in COVID fight

Step out across divide to make nation better

SLIDESHOW: Laying Bishop Murry to rest

Slideshow: “We Matter” rally on June 1, 2020

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