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Shale and Gas Drilling

Natural gas filling station work to begin

March 11, 2014 WEATHERSFIELD — The operators of the Mahoning Valley’s first compressed natural gas filling station will break ground Wednesday on the project at the Salt Springs Road interchange off Interstate 8. more »»

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Shale and Gas Drilling

Lordstown Utica Shale wells remain tops in Trumbull

December 8, 2014 Tribune Chronicle LORDSTOWN — Halcon Resources’ Kibler 2-3H well in Lordstown was the most productive natural gas and oil horizontal well in Trumbull County during the third quarter, according to... more »»

Civil War history

Ice blockade delays battle in Tennessee

December 15, 2014 The Battle of Nashville was fought on Dec. 15 and 16, 1864, 150 years ago this week in Civil War history. After the battle of Franklin on Nov. 30, the Union Army withdrew to Nashville, Tenn. more »»

Business

Cheap gas shifts car buyers’ habits

January 18, 2015 DETROIT — Inside the auto show here, automakers are showing off electric and other vehicles designed to cut our dependence on fossil fuels. more »»

Civil War history

Sherman began march on S.C. 150 years ago

January 19, 2015 Civil War hostilities were at a low ebb 150 years ago this week. The biggest news was created by Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman — “Cump” to his friends. On Jan. more »»

Business

Trumbull Memorial’s parent to report revenue increase for '14

January 21, 2015 Community Health Systems Inc. expects to report net operating revenues of $4.9 billion for the final quarter of 2014. CHS also projects net operating revenues of $1. more »»

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School news

January 24, 2015 ST. PATRICK OPEN HOUSE: St. Patrick School, 38 E. Water St., Hubbard, will hold an open house from 12:30 to 2 p.m. Sunday. more »»

Business

FirstEnergy completes upgrades during 2014

January 24, 2015 FirstEnergy Corp. reported investing approximately $690 million in 2014 as part of its ongoing effort to improve its electric system in the Ohio Edison service area. more »»

Community News

Catholic Schools Week observed

January 25, 2015 DIOCESE TO OBSERVE CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK: National Catholic Schools Week will be observed in dioceses around the country today through Saturday. more »»

Business

Menards plans summer opening

January 25, 2015 BAZETTA — Anyone going by Menards on Elm Road might notice that despite the empty parking lot, it appears as if the new home improvement store should be open for business. more »»

Community News

Trustees to plan for festival

January 26, 2015 WEATHERSFIELD TO MEET ON FESTIVAL: Weathersfield Township trustees will hold a kickoff meeting 6 p.m. Thursday at the township hall to begin plans for the 2015 Flag Day Festival. more »»

Civil War history

The ‘March to the Sea’

January 26, 2015 The famed “March to The Sea” has been written about extensively throughout our history. It was an extremely dynamic expedition orchestrated by the much-maligned Gen. William T. Sherman. more »»

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Ohio Chautauqua

Walking through history

February 7, 2014 For a community that appreciates the past, Ohio Chautauqua and Warren are a match made in history. more »»

Fitness Challenge

Belts, competition tighten

February 11, 2014 With three weeks down and seven to go, the contenders are beginning to separate themselves from the pretenders. As the action begins to heat up in the 2014 Tribune Chronicle / St. Joseph-St. more »»

Ohio Chautauqua

Community backing returns Chautauqua

February 28, 2014 Ohio Chautauqua will make its fifth downtown Warren appearance June 24-28. Chautauqua’s return to the Warren Community Amphitheatre area in 2014 shows how much support the community has for the art. more »»

Fitness Challenge

Kingz are still on top

March 4, 2014 Six weeks down, four to go. As we venture forward in to the seventh week of the 12th annual Tribune Chronicle / St. Elizabeth-St. more »»

Community STARS

Lisa Booze

April 14, 2014 LEAVITTSBURG — Lisa Booze always finds a way to help people. She was five months pregnant in Warren in 1985 when she opened the front door to find a man standing there, bleeding. “I saw the blood. more »»

Ohio Chautauqua

Opinion

Early voting yields little results

November 2, 2014 Today is the 21st day that Ohio’s registered voters may walk into their local boards of elections office and cast a ballot for Tuesday’s general election. more »»

Police Blotters

Police blotters

December 7, 2014 Trumbull County Trumbull County Sheriff’s Office activity reported Nov. 28 -Dec. 4: Dec. 4, 4:16 p.m. — Burglary was reported at 2390 W. more »»

Opinion

Death may trigger look at concussions

December 9, 2014 What prompted Ohio State University student-athlete Kosta Karageorge to take his own life a few days ago? Did the concussions he suffered as a wrestler and football player have anything to do with... more »»

Columns

Holidays and the bottom line

December 12, 2014 It is that time of the year called the Christmas holiday season, when not only children but adults and seniors enjoy the pageantry, the songs, gifts, food and the warmth of good will to one another. more »»

Police Blotters

Police blotter

December 14, 2014 Champion Police activity reported in Champion Nov. 1-30: Nov. 30, 6:12 p.m. — Disorderly conduct reported at 4496 Nutwood Ave. 2:10 p.m. — Custody dispute reported at 5190 Calla Ave. 11:52 a.m. more »»

Columns

Dream big but wear a helmet

December 14, 2014 Common advice is that if you’re going to dream, dream big. That’s not such a great plan when you’re a kid waiting for Christmas. Come to think of it, it’s not working out so well as an adult, eithe. more »»

Opinion

CIA torture questions must be answered

December 17, 2014 Much of the contents of a Senate report on use of torture by the CIA was known before the document was released this week. more »»

Police Blotters

Police blotters

December 21, 2014 Cortland Police activity, Dec. 12-18: Dec. 18, 8:21 a.m. — A welfare check was conducted on the 200 block of West Main Street. 8:48 a.m. more »»

Columns

Guys lose focus ... hey, a chicken!

December 21, 2014 Guys just don’t pay attention. Our wives questioned our focus for years. I think. I wasn’t really paying atten ... well, you know. Now a scientific study backs them up. It says .. more »»

Police Blotters

Police blotters

December 28, 2014 Woman hit, tree knocked over LORDSTOWN — A woman walked into the Circle K convenience store on South Leavitt Road just after 2 a.m. Dec. 22 and told a clerk to call police. more »»

Columns

Clutter inspires genius and unhealthy eating

December 28, 2014 I heard it often as a kid: “Burton William, clean your room! It looks like a pigsty.” Back then, it sounded reasonable — at least to my parents. But science says cleaning the sty stifles creativity. more »»

Police Blotters

Police blotters

January 4, 2015 Weathersfield Weathersfield police activity reported Dec. 7-29: Dec. 29, 3:22 a.m. — Person in a vehicle found sleeping at intersection of Salt Springs Road and state Route 46. more »»

Columns

Research is better than resolutions

January 4, 2015 I have yet to break a single New Year’s resolution. My formula for success is simple: I’m still researching which resolutions to make. I don’t believe in rushing into things. more »»

Fitness Challenge

Step up to slim down

January 6, 2015 The holidays are over. The leftovers have been eaten and the decorations have been put away for another year. Now it’s time to assess the damag. more »»

Police Blotters

Warren

January 11, 2015 Warren police activity reported from Jan 1 to 4: Jan. 1, 1:24 a.m. — Police responded to 337 Laird Ave. S.E. on reports of gross sexual imposition. 2:37 a.m. — Police arrested Kara M. more »»

Columns

Bug bites whiny, er, sick writer

January 11, 2015 There will be no column today because I’m sick. It took me until October to do it, but I finally caught the summer cold that’s been flittering about the offic. more »»

Police Blotters

Howland

January 12, 2015 Howland Howland police activity reported Dec. 1-Jan. 7: Jan. 7, 5:24 p.m. — A shoplifter was reported at Giant Eagle. 1 p.m. more »»

Community STARS

Stars nominations sought

January 12, 2015 WARREN — The ground may be frozen and barren now, but when the spring brings the thaw, the Victory Garden on the city’s southwest side will come to life with the delicate green sprouts of homegrown... more »»

Columns

Agronomy school workshop planned

January 15, 2015 Hello, Tribune Chronicle readers. The OSU Extension offices in northeast Ohio are pleased to be offering the Northeast Ohio Agronomy School 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Feb. more »»

Police Blotters

Police blotter

January 18, 2015 Cortland Cortland police activity reported Jan. 9-16: Jan. 16, 12:06 a.m. — Officers advised the Service Department of a water line break at the intersection of Bayview Drive and Delbert Street. more »»

Columns

Get fit until the cows come home

January 18, 2015 Getting fit used to be easy. more »»

Obituaries

Dorothy M. Petersen

January 25, 2015 CORTLAND — Dorothy M. Petersen passed peacefully on Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015, at her residence, surrounded by her loving family. Dorothy was born Nov. 18, 1927, in Warren, the daughter of Edward C. more »»

Columns

Bulldozer is best friend for home repairs

January 25, 2015 I once heard a man claim he finished a home repair project on time and without a hitch. Later, I regretted laughing like a loon at a man so obviously suffering delusions. more »»

Obituaries

Frances R. Lukasko

January 26, 2015 BROOKFIELD — Frances R. Lukasko, 82, passed away Sunday morning, Jan. 25, 2015, at her home with her family by her side. She was born on Sept. 30, 1932, in Sharon, Pa. more »»

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AWL's An Evening of Wine and Chocolate January 23, 2015

January 23, 2015 , 6 to 9 pm. Animal Welfare League proudly presents An Evening of Wine and Chocolate A Fun Night of Wine & Chocolates, Music, Silent Auction and Much More at Leo’s Ristorante,. 7042 East Market Street, Warren OH. $50. more »

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