JFK grad LaMonica sprints her way to YSU

Recent John F. Kennedy graduate Antonella LaMonica overcame adversity to become one of the area’s best sprinters the past four years. The 5-foot dynamo outclassed ...

Bowden bows out with W

HUBBARD — Former Warren G. Harding standout Lynn Bowden — arguably the area’s best football player the past few years — helped lead the ...

Raffle to help police officer

AIDING LANCE ADKINS: Blue Line Unlimited is hosting a 50 Gun Raffle to benefit Warren police officer Lance Adkins. The raffle will be held ...

Local bank stocks end mixed Thursday

Cortland Bancorp gained a nickel in trading Thursday to close at $18.65 per share, while First Niles Financial saw no change, closing at $10.25 per share.

Former GE sites up for bid in the Valley

No change in local bank stocks

Execution delays inexcusable

Dear Editor: Executions delayed by Gov. John Kasich of Ronald Phillips, 1993 convicted baby rapist and killer of Akron, and convicted Trumbull County child killer ...

Primitive thinking about Trump

0nly two classes of Americans?

Event sheds light on Indian history

WARREN — Scholar Dan Cutler will provide visitors to Ohio Chautauqua in Warren a look at an often overlooked perspective of America’s history — American Indian ...

Flag Day Fest set

School district finances strong

Would you attend a meeting held by Bill Cosby?

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