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Creativity needed to stop bleeding

March 18, 2016 No one ever hopes to see fees go up for users of a public facility, but frankly Niles $176,000 annual subsidy to operate the Mayor Ralph A. more »»

Hope dwindles for energy independence

March 17, 2016 There will be no drilling for oil or gas anywhere off the 2,069 miles of the U.S. Atlantic coastline, President Barack Obama has decreed. more »»

Preparedness for North Korea remains a concern

March 17, 2016 U.S. officials cannot say — or at least, will not — whether North Korea has managed to miniaturize nuclear weapons enough to use them as missile warheads. more »»

Packard board should have been involved

March 16, 2016 The Packard Board should have been involved in negotiating the contract between the city of Warren and JAC Management Group to operate Packard Music Hall, according to court documents filed last wee... more »»

Do your part on important Election Day

March 15, 2016 Election officials in Trumbull County have been calling the early voter turnout “sluggish” so far, and we are hopeful that is no reflection of what is to come today. more »»

State testing methods need closer look

March 14, 2016 Many Ohio students who took the last round of state standardized tests online, with computers, may have been operating at a handicap. more »»

Iran must be taken seriously

March 14, 2016 On Wednesday, Iran test-fired two missiles. Painted on both, in Hebrew, was the phrase, “Israel must be wiped out. more »»

Needle swap programs not the answer

March 13, 2016 When injection drug users share needles to support their illegal habit, it promotes the spread of HIV, and Hepatitis B and C. more »»

Orchids and Onions

March 12, 2016 ORCHID: To Riki Kaiser, the Bloomfield Middle School student who this week won the Tribune Chronicle Spelling Bee and who will go on to represent the area in May in the Scripps National Spelling Bee... more »»

Polivka should get nod for commissioner

March 11, 2016 Longtime Trumbull County Commissioner Dan Polivka has earned the Democratic nomination to keep his seat in next week’s primary. more »»

No decision in Joyce-Lynch race

March 11, 2016 U.S. Rep. more »»

Cleveland PD is correct to be prepared

March 10, 2016 Perhaps it is a reflection of the rough-and-tumble process Republicans are enduring as they attempt to pick a nominee for president, but for whatever reason, Cleveland police are expecting trouble... more »»

Worry about cyber-security, not decoding it

March 10, 2016 If you have used the Internal Revenue Service’s computerized program to obtain copies of your old tax returns, there is an excellent chance criminals have personal information about you. more »»

Ryan deserves Democratic nomination

March 9, 2016 Democratic voters should back incumbent U.S. Rep. Timothy J. Ryan, D-Howland, in Tuesday’s primary over his challenger, John Stephen Luchansky. more »»

Niles tax endorsed with a hitch

March 8, 2016 It’s a hard pill to swallow when a community like Niles is forced to resort to the taxpayers to cover financial shortfalls triggered largely by poor management. more »»

Strickland is Obama’s kind of Democrat

March 7, 2016 For some reason, Democrat Party leaders including President Barack Obama are eager to see former Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland win a U.S. Senate seat from the stat. more »»

Holmes gets nod in 63rd

March 6, 2016 Under the leadership of Mayor Glenn Holmes, McDonald village has managed to retool employee health insurance in a way that is satisfactory to the workers and saved the village mone. more »»

Yoder best for 64th GOP race

March 6, 2016 Farmington Township Trustee Martha Yoder wants to see improved infrastructure funding from state government, believes it is time to make septic regulations less adversarial towards local landowners... more »»

Orchids and Onions

March 5, 2016 l ORCHID: To Orange Village Care Center Administrator David Burnham for keeping the situation calm and residents safe when a frantic, shoeless, disheveled Marvin Jules showed up Feb. more »»

Grant-writing jobs just aren’t panning out

March 4, 2016 It’s approaching the 18-month mark since Warren outsourced management operations at Packard Music Hall, relocating the five workers who previously worked there into other city departments where the... more »»



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