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Ticket - Entertainment

TAG Annual

August 21, 2014 The location is different, but judging Trumbull Art Gallery’s 50th TAG Annual was a homecoming for Susan dePasquale. more »»

Hobbies & Food

Everyone loves banana bread ... even the dog

August 13, 2014 Everytime I make banana bread, I have to chuckle. It was Easter Sunday and we all were gathering at my mother’s house near Johnstown, P. more »»

Ticket - Entertainment

Polish fest will pick best pierogi

August 21, 2014 The sixth annual Polish Days festival runs Saturday and Sunday at Youngstown’s Saxon Club. A charity poker tournament is the main attraction on Saturday, starting at 1 p.. more »»

Hobbies & Food

Delivery of fresh corn saves the day

August 27, 2014 As features editor, one of the things I do is set the Tribune Cooks schedule. So it’s ironic that I completely forgot I had a story due to run this week. Fortunately, my uncles came to my rescue. more »»

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Mill Creek’s archery camp

August 4, 2014 The Mill Creek Metro Parks held an archery camp at the Metro Parks Farm in Canfield last week. The instructors were from the Mahoning County Outdoorsmen-4-H Shooting Sports Club. more »»

Hobbies & Food

Smoked brisket aims to impress

August 6, 2014 I inherited a lot of things when I moved into my apartment — chairs, a TV, random clothing. more »»

Page One

McDonald band at camp

August 11, 2014 McDONALD -— The Blue Devils Marching Band had its band camp at Slippery Rock University last week. As a McDonald band member, in my opinion, the food was not all that great. more »»

Life Covers

Team goes on without its ‘Genie’

May 27, 2014 While Relay For Life leaves participants hoping for a cure for cancer, one team’s loss of its captain left them wishing for a cure as well. more »»

Zone - 35 and younger

It’s time for the spring gremlins to come out and play

June 22, 2014 As I write this column from a barely functioning 10-year-old PC (barely functioning not from lack of care mind you but from the unforgiving operating system expiration) with no Internet (thanks to... more »»

Life Covers

Humility of Mary Sisters mark milestone

June 22, 2014 One hundred-fifty years ago, in May, 11 women, four orphans and a priest set sail from Dommartin-sous-Amance, France, to America. more »»

Zone - 35 and younger

Million-dollar ideas for the price of one newspaper!

June 29, 2014 Everybody has their get-rich-quick scheme. A concept that is their ticket to stardom. An invention that will change the world. Some million-dollar idea. more »»

Gardening

n search of native orchids

June 30, 2014 While garden centers and box stores are content selling pots of ornamental orchids to bring home and enjoy, many people don’t realize that by simply taking a walk it is possible to encounter one of... more »»

Life Covers

Pollinators needed to grow flowers, vegetables

July 6, 2014 If John Snider of Champion had his way, everyone would have a beehive in their backyard. “You would be surprised at how many people in the city of Warren have beehives,” he said. more »»

Zone - 35 and younger

Summertime: Living is easy, the cotton is knee-high

July 6, 2014 There must have been a reason for all of those knee-high cotton tube socks in the ’80s. more »»

Gardening

Don’t stop planting because it’s July

July 7, 2014 The heat is on. July is generally when the hottest summer days begin and we’ve already had a few pretty hot days in June. more »»

Zone - 35 and younger

Digital life after death

July 20, 2014 WASHINGTON — Should your emails, web albums and other online accounts die when you do? Or should you be able to pass them down to a family member much as you would a house or a box of letters? A... more »»

Prime Time

Warren man works to help preserve Upton’s legacy

July 25, 2014 Warren resident Kenneth Conklin has always had a passion for historical preservation and antique homes. more »»

Zone - 35 and younger

The beauty (and scariness) of the great outdoors

August 3, 2014 The world is a wonderful place. It’s full of mountains and butterflies and flowers and bunnies and sunsets and rainbows and trickling streams and all that stuff. more »»

Prime Time

Senior news

August 8, 2014 RETIRED TEACHERS TO MEET: The Trumbull Retired Teachers will meet at noon Tuesday at Ciminero’s Banquet Center in Niles. The speaker will be Betty Strawderman, founder of Betty’s Angels, In. more »»

Life Covers

Keeping the beat in the heat

August 10, 2014 Freshman Anthony Zachary counts beats in his head during the Harding Band practice. more »»

Prime Time

Senior news

August 15, 2014 CENTER TO SALUTE PHYLLIS DILLER: The V.I.P. Birthday Party Luncheon and Show at the Niles SCOPE for August, will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday. more »»

Life Covers

Volunteer enhances education with school enrichment, Urban 4-H

August 17, 2014 Jackie Mills of Howland has a passion for gardening, and from that passion has grown many avenues for her to give back. more »»

Prime Time

Senior news

August 22, 2014 TRIP DEADLINE APPROACHES: Aug. 29 is the deadline to register for The Niles SCOPE Senior Center’s day trip to see the show “Polynesian Fire.” The trip departs Sept. 2. more »»

Zone - 35 and younger

Campus safety

August 24, 2014 With college students returning to campus, safety is important whether students are living on campus or commuting. Lt. more »»

Prime Time

Revving their motors

August 29, 2014 Jerry Kay of Cortland says that he has been a motor head all of his life. “When I was a kid, my neighbor gave me a washing machine motor, which I made into a go kart,” he said. more »»

Zone - 35 and younger

At the Canfield Fair, keep your eyes on the prize

August 31, 2014 My dad and I have a tradition of going to the Canfield Fair together every year. We make a good fair team, because we know what’s important about the fair, and we always have a strateg. more »»

Crossword

Crossword

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Gardening

Plant pansies for early spring color

April 14, 2014 While driving to an assignment Friday morning, I noticed the buds on the crabapple trees that lined the street were swelling and turning dark red. more »»

Health & Fitness

Health notes

July 15, 2014 LESSONS OF GRIEF: GriefShare group will discuss “Top Twenty Lessons of Grief Part 2” at its meeting at 6 p.m. Sunday at Leavittsburg Church of God, 610 S. Leavitt Road, Leavittsburg. more »»

 
 

 

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