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Mahoning River makes comeback

July 1, 2014 The Mahoning River license plates never flourished and neither did the proposed $100 million cleanup the plates supported. more »»

New columnists present opinions

July 1, 2014 The Tribune Chronicle is unveiling another year of community columnists beginning today. more »»

Ranking high for area solo entrepreneurs

June 30, 2014 More national recognition, of the good sort, has been bestowed on the Mahoning Valley. The Youngstown metro area, which includes Warren and Boardman, is N. more »»

Feds thrive in red tape and long waits

June 30, 2014 Try getting an answer to your questions about government retirement benefits by calling your local Social Security office. Let’s hope you have plenty of time to wait ... and wait ... and wait. more »»

It’s time for results at TBEIC

June 29, 2014 During his re-election campaign in April of 2010, U.S. Rep. more »»

Paying price for neglecting shots

June 29, 2014 At one time, many children came down with the measles and mumps — and a substantial number suffered lasting physical damage from complications. Some died. more »»

Orchids & Onions

June 28, 2014 ORCHID: To Colin Conklin, a fourth-grade student from Baker Elementary School in Vienna, on winning the Ohio Tar Wars Poster Contes. more »»

Teach kids peace so adults may learn

June 27, 2014 ‘‘If you could speak to your elected officials face-to-face what would you ask them to do to bring Peace to our Valley?’’ That was the question that Trumbull County English teachers posed to student... more »»

Ohio fights against human trafficking

June 27, 2014 Half a battle in the war against human trafficking — which too often involves children forced into prostitution — was won recently when Go. more »»

Law unfairly prevents right to criticize

June 26, 2014 Throughout the world, politics in America has the reputation of being something of a free-for-all in which candidates and their supporters trade charges and counter-charges with virtually no... more »»

Dangerous opportunity for Iran in Iraqi dispute

June 26, 2014 History is of full of episodes in which governments unable to cope with violent uprisings asked for military help from their neighbors. more »»

Repopulation of downtown taking hold

June 25, 2014 The Garden District and Historic Perkins Neighborhood have received more injections of repopulation, revitalization and private investment. more »»

Our borders are not secure

June 25, 2014 So easy a child could do it. The phrase is used to describe everything from assembling toys to programming remote controls. And now, for sneaking across the border from Mexico into the United States. more »»

Spas in Warren don’t have to be business as usual

June 24, 2014 In Euclid, it’s considered prostitution and those perpetrating it are arrested. In Warren, it’s considered business as usual. Federal agents and Euclid police arrested William P. more »»

Enivronmental rules do more harm than good

June 23, 2014 Nature Conservancy scientists are collaborating with Dow Chemical Co. to develop a plan that would help solve several environmental problems with one effort — plant more tree. more »»

Hillary Clinton does not know what broke means

June 23, 2014 Hillary Clinton whined to an interviewer that when she and former President Bill Clinton left the White House in 2001, they were “dead broke. more »»

Warren must enforce lease on Old Avalon

June 22, 2014 Now that Old Avalon Golf Course has reopened, it’s up to the city to make sure the terms of the contract are being followed. Old Avalon is a Trumbull County landmark. more »»

Obama should not rest over VA issue

June 22, 2014 When President Barack Obama’s Veterans Affairs secretary, Eric Shinseki, announced his resignation, the president said ‘‘the VA needs new leadership,” in order to address the systemic failures that... more »»

Orchids and Onions

June 21, 2014 ORCHID: To Pastor Dave Luther, chairman for the committee that staged the D-Day 70th anniversary celebration at Champion High School that turned into a complete success. more »»

Good, bad of the open records law

June 20, 2014 The good news for Ohioans is that public officials seem to be following the state’s open records law much better than was the case several years ag. more »»



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