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In brief

May 12, 2015 YSU?trustees impose new contract YOUNGSTOWN — Youngstown State University trustees voted Monday to impose a new contract on classified employees after the union rejected a three-year tentative... more »»

On the record

May 12, 2015 LaBrae WHAT: LaBrae Board of Education meeting on Monday PRESENT: Russell Sewell, Virginia Blaney, Gary Morton and Tim Gibson ABSENT: Diane Duncan The board: l Gave first reading to a new policy o... more »»

FedEx driver trapped for an hour

May 11, 2015 LIBERTY — A FedEx truck driver was pinned inside his tractor-trailer rig for more than hour Sunday evening after the rig slid off rain-slickened Interstate 80 and wrapped around a bridge support of... more »»

Teen shot in head

May 11, 2015 WARREN TOWNSHIP — A 15-year-old was shot in the head by his uncle late Saturday, and remained in critical condition Sunday night, according to Warren Township police Chief Don Bishop. more »»

Flowers and fun for families

May 11, 2015 HOWLAND — Mother-daughter duo Gere Weller, 82, and Sue Simpson, 60, spent Mother’s Day selling plants to give children the chance to have their own mothers and fathers through adoption. more »»

Food drive among most successful ever

May 11, 2015 By RENEE FOX Tribune Chronicle WARREN — In one of its best years so far, postal workers collected about 32,000 pounds of food Saturday from their customers in the city, Howland and Champion in the... more »»

Fighting Civil War’s last major battle

May 11, 2015 By HARRY SCHOGER Special to the Tribune Chronicle It was 150 years ago this week in Civil War history that the last significant land battle was fought May 12-13, 1865, in the very southern tip... more »»

At a glance

May 11, 2015 Trustees to meet on firefighting matters Hartford and Brookfield township trustees scheduled special meetings today, both on safety forces matters. Brookfield officials will meet at 7 p.m. more »»

Hundreds compete in Girard

May 10, 2015 GIRARD — For Sarah Carr, 22, of Newton Falls, Saturday’s mini-javelin competition was more than a sporting event. more »»

TNT’s ‘Iowa’ is funny, sentimental journey

May 10, 2015 NILES — Trumbull New Theatre takes a funny and sentimental journey with “Leaving Iowa. more »»

City meter reading takes flight

May 10, 2015 WARREN — Reading city water meters by aerial remote control may sound like science fiction, but it soon will be science fac. more »»

108 troopers blitz area

May 10, 2015 WARREN — In what is being called the largest Ohio operation ever in a single jurisdiction, police from all over the state descended on the streets of Warren Friday and Saturday for a 48-hour blitz... more »»

Moms celebrate life on their day

May 10, 2015 WARREN — Two Warren cancer survivors and mothers are feeling very grateful for the gift of life and family this Mother’s Day. more »»

Warren event is a success

May 10, 2015 WARREN — Billed as Ohio’s largest relay event, Warren Relay For Life participants eeked past the annual fundraising goal of $315,000 by $572. more »»

This week in history

May 10, 2015 99 years ago in 1916: ¯ Frank Punti, a cute little kiddie of six years, wandered away from his home at 409 S. Park Ave. more »»

Teaching love of outdoors

May 10, 2015 HUBBARD — Jaida James has been going to the Hubbard Area Kids Fishing Derby for more than half her life. more »»

At a glance

May 10, 2015 Person dead in boating crash BERLIN TOWNSHIP — A person was killed in a Portage County boating accident here. more »»

Relay season heats up

May 9, 2015 Warren’s 2015 Relay For Life Queen Rosemary Blicher, 92, of Shepherd of the Valley in Howland, waves to the crowd while being pushed by King Gary Mowry of Cortland during the Survivors Lap around... more »»

Warren Relay For Life ranked No. 1

May 9, 2015 WARREN —With nearly 1,000 cancer survivors and 77 teams, the Warren Relay For Life continues to be the largest relay in the state. more »»

Tax hike part of Niles plan

May 9, 2015 NILES — Increasing city income taxes and water fees are part of the mayor’s five-year financial plan approved Friday by City Council to meet state auditors’ May 12 deadlin. more »»

 
 
 

 

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