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After 50 years, Lordstown GM remains a rock

April 28, 2016 It was the summer of 1972, and this young sports writer had just taken a job at the Tribune Chronicle in Warren. more »»

 
 
 
Search for ‘Promised Land’ may pay off

April 26, 2016 Friday, Jan. 12, 1996, my brother Mike almost wrecked dad’s Mercury ‘85. He just happened to be in our hometown of Youngstown visiting our folks, when he was driving the ol’ girl near downtown. more »»

Grants, education are big part of drug-abuse fight

April 10, 2016 Unintentional drug overdoses claim nearly four Ohioans every da. more »»

Grants, education are big part of drug-abuse fight

April 10, 2016 Unintentional drug overdoses claim nearly four Ohioans every da. more »»

SAK testing reaches milestone, sees results

March 18, 2016 Hundreds of accused rapists in Ohio now face prosecution for crimes that otherwise might never have been solved. more »»

Trip opens eyes to Ohio, election

March 14, 2016 I’m very fortunate to be writing this from my hotel room in London, where my company has me on assignment. more »»

Bridge by Steve Becker

March 13, 2016 If you look at only the North-South hands, you can see that the best contract is six notrump played by South, which can’t be defeated. more »»

Recommended reads

March 13, 2016 From the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library staff “Thunder & Lightning: Weather Past, Present, and Future,” by Lauren Redniss (Adult Nonfiction) This is a beautifully illustrated discussion about... more »»

Food allergies precarious problem for grandma

March 13, 2016 Dear Annie: I have two young granddaughters who live on opposite sides of the country. They are both in elementary school. “Harper” has tree nut allergies. more »»

Bach antique chairs hard to identify following split

March 13, 2016 Get a clue to the age of an antique from part of the style, like a ball and claw foot on a Chippendale chair of the 18th century, or a hammered aluminum bowl of the 1930s. more »»

Soap Opera Summaries

March 13, 2016 ‘’THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL’’: When Caroline goes into labor at the mansion, Ridge and the midwife help her give birth to a baby boy. Eric feels the family has come full circle. more »»

PUCO must short-circuit handouts

March 4, 2016 If FirstEnergy gets its way with the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO), just about every customer within its service area will pay more for electricity over the next eight year. more »»

Ohio tackles tuition costs

February 16, 2016 While there are many challenges facing public higher education these days, affordability might be the most important. more »»

Poverty’s effect on college plans can be combated

February 12, 2016 For many of us who think about education, it’s no surprise that a recent study confirmed the direct relationship between poverty and academic attainment and achievemen. more »»

Bolster economy by using new local flights

January 31, 2016 It was the best type of phone call I could have asked for. more »»

‘Star Wars’ and slavery: Quandary awakens

January 5, 2016 If you’re opposed to slavery, is it OK to still like “Star Wars”? It’s a question I’ve been wrestling with ever since Jonathan Last, a friend and writer at the Weekly Standard, pointed out to me tha... more »»

Bridge by Steve Becker

December 27, 2015 This deal occurred in a regional pair championship in Los Angeles many years ago. The hand was played at many tables, of course, but our story concerns itself solely with the table where Mrs. more »»

Recommended reads

December 27, 2015 From the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library staff “The Martian,” By Andy Weir (Adult Science Fiction) Six days ago, astronaut Mark Watney was one of the first people to walk on Mar. more »»

Lower rates, fewer claims means BWC is working

December 25, 2015 Workers’ compensation insurance is an important cornerstone in Ohio’s economy. more »»

Investigation probes movie-theater chains

December 22, 2015 The holiday season is a traditional box-office bonanza, and this year it is even more so with Star Wars: The Force Awakens shattering ticket sales records. more »»

Hope and reverence in short supply

December 18, 2015 It was nice last week to sneak out of the office for lunch with my colleague Ben. more »»

 
 
 

 

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