Community News

Exploring careers at program

CHAMPION - Local seventh to ninth grade students had the opportunity to explore different careers as part of the Trumbull Career and Technical Center's summer program.Paula Baco, TCTC program supervisor, said this is the third year for the summer enrichment program which previously was held in ...

Autumn Hills hosts free summer bash

SUMMER BASH: Autumn Hills Care Center and the Manor at Autumn Hills will host a summer bash 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at 2565 Niles-Vienna Road. The free family-oriented event will feature the Niles Fire Department, face painting, Mahoning Valley Olde Car Club, petting zoo and food.SUMMERFEST ...

Agenda

GIRARD PLANNING COMMISSION will meet 4 p.m. today at the mayor's office in city hall. BROOKFIELD TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES will meet 6 p.m. today at the township administration building for historic district commission followed by special meeting on Senior Citizen of the Year 7:30 p.m. TRUMBULL COUNTY ...

Walls honor fallen

Tribune ChronicleNILES - The public had the opportunity to pay respect to local fallen veterans from various wars as members of William McKinley Post 106 set up several Walls of Honor in downtown Niles.The six large panels and other exhibits were set up on the McKinley Memorial Library ...

Howland offers summer of recreational activities

HOWLAND - Arts and crafts, tennis, fishing, soccer and exploring the outdoors are among the many different youth summer recreational programs being offered each week through early August.Howland Township trustees at their recent meeting said the programs have become very popular not only for ...

Kids can train as Jedi fighters

'STAR?WARS' FUN: The Kinsman Free Library will hold "Star Wars" Jedi training Wednesday with children welcome to come dressed as their favorite Jedi. The event will include games.The time for children in pre-kindergarten and kindergarten is 10 a.m. and for children in grades first to sixth, 11 ...

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BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES have rescheduled their meeting to 7:30 p.m. today at township hall. BRISTOL TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES will hold a work session with the fire department 7 p.m. today at the township hall. Trustees will hold regular meeting 7 p.m. Tuesday at the township hall. CHAMPION BOARD ...

LaBrae team takes top honors

LEAVITTSBURG - A five-member team of students from LaBrae High School outscored 19 other teams at the 2016 Ohio Envirothon competition held last week at Bowling Green State University.The LaBrae High School students, under the leadership of teacher / adviser Craig Klotzbach, are Maddie Cope, ...

Trumbull Take Flight seeks alumni

WARREN - Trumbull County Take Flight, a local nonprofit organization dedicated to helping families located at the former Warren Family Mission site on Elm Road, is planning to look for alumni of the former Elm Road Elementary School.Susan Griesinger, founder/director, and Kayla Cavaliere, ...

Festival brings many activities

COMMUNITY FEST: Game Changers will present Warren Community Festival 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. June 25 in Courthouse Square in Warren. The event will include 5K run, Taste of Warren, a Warren heritage tent, family activities, cornhole, music and food.Those wanting to participate can visit ...

Noteworthy

GOLF OUTING: Barry Dyngles Restaurant is sponsoring a golf outing, with proceeds to benefit the "Designated Driver USA Foundation" June 24 at Knoll Run Golf Club in Lowellville. Cost includes greens fee with cart, continental breakfast, lunch and dinner, all provided by Barry ...

Armed Forces

MASTER SERGEANT RETIRES: Master Sgt. Ryan P. Cole, U.S. Army, was honored at a retirement ceremony after 20 years of military service.Cole, the son of Craig and Patricia Cole Sr. of Howland, is stationed out of Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. He will continue serving with the military as a ...

School news

SUMMER DAY CAMP: The Mahoning Valley Historical Society is sponsoring a five-day summer day camp, My Town, Your Town, Youngstown Summer Day Camp June 27 through July 1 at the Tyler Mahoning Valley History Center.Space is available for camp, which gives students a chance to explore local history ...

Clubs and lodges

LACERS OF THE LAKE TO DEMONSTRATE: Lacers of the Lake members will demonstrate lace making 2 to 5 p.m. July 3, Harry Stevens Day, at the Ward-Thomas Museum, home of the Niles Historical Society, 503 Brown St., Niles.They will be working on their current lace projects, with a few finished ...

Dean’s List

Spring 2016Loyola UniversityWARRENAnna McCueDenison UniversityWARRENAllie VugrincicUniversity of CincinnatiWARRENViolet BurdAriana DavisDawn HillLucy LepolaKurt LewisJohn LiskaTonya MocellaCORTLANDIsaac DaffronColton PekarskiCalli SchmittGIRARDAlainah DeanRachel HeldNEWTON FALLSAndre ...

Robotics teams showcase skills

WARREN - Local high school robotics teams, including teams that won national honors this past school year, showcased their creations as part of the recent ''Robotics Roundup'' program at the National Packard Museum.The robots and teams, scheduled to return to the museum July 2 for the Packard ...

Speaker tells of St. Louis arch

LIBERTY - William Farragher, project manager / designer for the St. Louis Gateway Arch project, recently shared the story of how the famous landmark came about with local involvement from the Youngstown area.Farragher, who also designed the logo for Youngstown Sheet and Tube, was keynote ...

Reports: GMO foods safe, green

Recently, a report from the National Academy of Sciences provided assurance of the safety and importance of genetically engineered (GMO) foods. This report gained national attention by major media and other sources.The National Academy of Sciences is composed of 20 respected scientists from the ...

It’s time to get busy reading

McKINLEY LIBRARY KICKS OFF READING PROGRAM: The McKinley Memorial Library, 40 N Main St, Niles, will hold a summer reading kickoff 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday.There will be storytime at 10 a.m. on the front lawn for children ages 2 to 5. Meet the Mascot from 1 to 2 p.m. on the front lawn with ...

Queen contest kicks off street fair

Tribune ChronicleCORTLAND - The 2016 Miss Cortland queen contest will kick off the annual street fair at 6:30 pm Thursday, directly after the Little Miss Cortland contest. The contestants will compete in the introductory walk and on-stage question segments, while being judged on their poise, ...