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Wean’s impact to be felt for generations

September 27, 2015 When Shari Harrell read the three major nominating criteria for this year’s Ohio Philanthropy Award, she knew immediately she was in the presence of one person who was a perfect fit for this high... more »»

Orchids and Onions

September 26, 2015 l ORCHID: To participants in this week’s local International Day of Peace Celebration and Walk. Dozens turned out for the walk at Kent State University’s Trumbull campus to help foster peace on earth. more »»

Voters must decide issues

September 25, 2015 It’s true we have spoken out strongly in the past against attempts by anti-fracking groups to pass a Community Bill of Rights in Youngstown because of the negative effect it would have on local... more »»

Keep focus on saving money

September 24, 2015 As the six-month test on the cost effectiveness of reading Warren’s water meters by air winds down, it remains unclear how the cost compares with the existing traditional service that uses two legs... more »»

Got a question for Warren mayoral candidates?

September 24, 2015 The Tribune Chronicle is sponsoring a Warren mayoral race debate 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Warren G. Harding High School cafetorium. more »»

‘Trust but verify’ policy forgotten?

September 23, 2015 It is highly doubtful the FBI, on the trail of a terrorist bomb-maker, would ask him to provide samples of the wood from his basement workbench to be tested for traces of explosive materials. more »»

Columnists sought to share local insights

September 23, 2015 The Tribune Chronicle is seeking four Trumbull County residents to serve as community columnists on the Opinion page. more »»

Youngstown action long overdue

September 22, 2015 Local school districts ought to be run by local boards of education who choose their own superintendents — most of the tim. more »»

Americans should demand $500M refund

September 21, 2015 Almost undoubtedly, Russian military advisers and weaponry being sent to Syria will do more to defeat the Islamic State terrorist army than has been accomplished by the United States. more »»

Newspaper seeks local columnists

September 21, 2015 The Tribune Chronicle is seeking four Trumbull County residents to serve as community columnists on the Opinion page. more »»

Cities should steer clear of traffic cameras

September 20, 2015 A decade after cities such as Girard and Warren first explored the idea of speed cameras, Youngstown now has jumped on board, and other communities, including Hubbard and Brookfield, also are... more »»

Orchids and Onions

September 19, 2015 ORCHID: To all those who volunteered and attended the Fourth Annual Gala at the Kinsman House in Warren. more »»

Shared services key to quality, efficiency

September 18, 2015 Shared government services is a key to efficiency and quality. more »»

Honor value of U.S. Constitution

September 18, 2015 For more than two centuries, the Constitution has been the guarantor of our liberties as Americans. That has been possible only because our leaders, with rare exceptions, have been loyal to it. more »»

Can Obama be taken seriously?

September 17, 2015 Ho-hum. Another day, another meaningless warning from the American presiden. more »»

We should do our part to protect dwindling wildlife

September 17, 2015 With worry about the futures of some of the world’s great animals — tigers, lions and elephants come to mind — fully justified, events in Rwanda during the past few years are more than nice to... more »»

Pay close attention to Issue 3 concerns

September 16, 2015 Ohioans should not, in effect, ignore the stench from Issue 3 on the November ballot, as a national advocate for legalization of marijuana advocates. more »»

Pay close attention to Issue 3 concerns

September 16, 2015 Ohioans should not, in effect, ignore the stench from Issue 3 on the November ballot, as a national advocate for legalization of marijuana advocates. more »»

EPA rules may cost billions to economy

September 15, 2015 Environmental Protection Agency officials are fond of rationalizing new schemes for draconian regulations by claiming they will save lives and protect millions of people from health problems such as... more »»

Conflict raises question on the ‘right person’

September 15, 2015 An announcement from Secretary of State John Kerry this week was at once startingly cynical and depressingly typical of Washington. more »»

 
 
 

 

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