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Pace disturbs Westside neighbors

October 21, 2014 WARREN — Owners of businesses around Austin Village Plaza are criticizing how long it is taking to tear down the former commercial building, but a building official says long delays in demolition... more »»

18-year-old charged in Ebola scare

October 21, 2014 GIRARD — An 18-year-old Ravenna man charged with inducing panic aboard an Allegiant Airlines aircraft in Vienna Sunday is free on $5,000 bond after his initial appearance Monday in Girard Municipal... more »»

Three teens face robbery charges

October 21, 2014 WARREN — Three teens are in custody in connection to an armed robbery Sunday in the area of Belmont Street N.E. and Mercer Avenue N.E. Justin P. Brown, 16, of Forest St. N.E., Tre’Mon . more »»

Man faces 13-count sex indictment

October 21, 2014 WARREN — A 15-year-old girl cried at times Monday while describing for a jury how the man she first looked up to repeatedly raped her – almost daily – for a four-year period until she was 14 years... more »»

Child porn case

October 21, 2014 WARREN — A man accused of possessing sexually oriented material involving a minor was released on bond late Monday following a court appearance earlier in the da. more »»

Struggles remembered

October 21, 2014 WARREN — For the past 20 years, Someplace Safe and other groups have come together each October in Trumbull County to remember those who have lost their lives to domestic violence and to celebrate... more »»

FitzGerald visits Niles

October 21, 2014 NILES — As one-sided as a debate can be with just single politician and a room full of his supporters, gubernatorial candidate Ed FitzGerald said he would “speak for” absent incumbent John Kasich a... more »»

At a glance

October 21, 2014 YSU faculty to vote on strike authorization YOUNGSTOWN — The Youngstown State University faculty union will meet Wednesday to vote on a strike authorization. more »»

Lordstown power plant location nixed

October 21, 2014 By BOB COUPLAND Tribune Chronicle LORDSTOWN — Village council split 3-3 Monday in a vote that could have overturned an earlier planning commission recommendation and paved the way for development of... more »»

Champion board ratified classified worker pact

October 21, 2014 CHAMPION — The Champion Board of Education on Monday ratified a new three-year agreement with the district’s classified workers which includes 1.75 percent pay increase each year. more »»

Former Air Force One crew member tells stories

October 21, 2014 WARREN — John L. Haigh, former crew member of Air Force One under presidents Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan and H.W. Bush, this week offered colorful stories of his experiences with the Presidents. more »»

On the record

October 21, 2014 Champion WHAT: Champion Board of Education meeting on Monday PRESENT: David Mahan, Kelly Boyle, Roger Samuelson. more »»

Lego kids at the library

October 20, 2014 Children stretched their imaginations last weekend building creations with the library’s collection of popular LEGO building blocks. Finished projects remain at the library. more »»

Dim the Friday night lights

October 20, 2014 CHAMPION — It was just a normal day of football practice for Evan Horton, a freshman at Champion High School at the time. more »»

Hazmat called to Vienna

October 20, 2014 VIENNA — Passengers on an Allegiant Air flight from Florida to Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport were kept on the tarmac for an hour and a half after new precautions stemming from the Ebola virus... more »»

Local vet had eye on kamikazes

October 20, 2014 WARREN — As a teenager who grew up in Warren during World War II, Alvin Hughes figured it would only be a matter of time before the draft notice arrived in the mail. more »»

Citizen general leads 23rd through Tennessee

October 20, 2014 Oct. 21, 1864, Gen. Paul Schofield returned to his army resting near Decatur, Georgia. Ge. more »»

At a glance

October 20, 2014 Farmington road closing extended FARMINGTON — Curtis Middlefield Road between Larson West Road and Bundysburg-West Farmington Road in Farmington Township will be closed through Oct. 30. more »»

Tribune’s Cornhole Tournament back again

October 20, 2014 WARREN — Player signups still are being accepted for the sixth annual Make A Difference Day Cornhole Tournament set for Saturday at Perkins Park. more »»

Niles Praise Cathedral holds free fall festival

October 20, 2014 NILES — Wet weather didn’t keep kids from taking a hayride and carving pumpkins at a neighborhood Fall Festival on Saturday afternoon held by the Church of God Praise Cathedral on Iowa Avenue. more »»

Head games

October 19, 2014 When Weathersfield Local Schools Superintendent Damon Dohar was playing on the defensive line for Thiel College in the early 1990s, injuries were just part of being a “tough gu. more »»



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5th Annual Ohio Fair Trade Expo October 25, 2014

The Ohio Fair Trade Expo, held at John Carroll University Dolan Center for Science and Technology, showcases socially and environmentally conscious consumerism with speakers, workshops, family activities, and a fair trade marketplac. more »

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