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Mission volunteer unable to return to friends in Liberia

October 12, 2014 Sabrina Snell won’t be returning to Liberia for the second semester of her senior year at Badger High School like she had been planning. more »»

Three seek House seat

October 12, 2014 WARREN — Both Republican Randy Law and Democrat Michael O’Brien believe their backgrounds and experiences will enable them to work with members of the other political party to get legislation... more »»

Brenda Linert named Tribune Chronicle editor

October 12, 2014 WARREN — Brenda J. Linert has been named editor of the Tribune Chronicle effective immediately, Publisher Charles Jarvis announced. more »»

New Scout Shop opens

October 12, 2014 WARREN — After Saturday’s ribbon-cutting, area Scouts as well as camping enthusiasts will have access to a new storefront that will carry supplies from Scout badges, uniforms and honors, to camping... more »»

Experts: Later school start may help teens

October 12, 2014 By MARGARET THOMPSON Tribune Chronicle What every teen has been saying since the dawn of the schoolday — “It’s too early for class! Let me sleep just a little longer!” — may in fact be beneficial to... more »»

‘Steel Magnolias’ is funny, touching

October 12, 2014 CHAMPION — I’m no magnolia, but it would take a heart of steel not to be touched by Kent State University at Trumbull Theater’s production of “Steel Magnolias. more »»

Spilled wheat makes crossing rail tricky

October 12, 2014 This week in history ... 99 years ago in 1915 .. more »»

Ghost stories

October 11, 2014 By VIRGINIA SHANK Tribune Chronicle WARREN — The eyes of the children kneeling along the walkway opened wide as the man in front of them pulled the long knife out from under his dark coat. more »»

Local airport nears daily flights again

October 11, 2014 VIENNA — The Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport once again is near closing a deal that would bring daily commercial flights to the local airport. more »»

Bristol Fire seeks $145K

October 11, 2014 BRISTOL — Area property owners and voters are being asked to increase their property taxes for three years so the township can purchase a vehicle and equipment needed by the all-volunteer fire... more »»

Levy to stave off deficit

October 11, 2014 LORDSTOWN — School officials are asking voters to pass a 5.5-mill additional levy this November to stave off projected deficits in the next five years. The school system stands on the edge of re. more »»

At a glance

October 11, 2014 Warren police find heroin at McDonald’s WARREN — One person was arrested and a loaded syringe confiscated Thursday night at the South Street McDonald’s restaurant, police said. Shortly before 10 p.m. more »»

Jury returns guilty verdict in rape case

October 10, 2014 WARREN — A jury took less than 30 minutes Thursday to convict a 19-year-old Warren man of raping a 10-year-old boy last fall. more »»

Store owner held in agent injury

October 10, 2014 LORDSTOWN — George Rafidi, 60, of 2941 Pleasant Valley Drive, is being held on federal charges at Mahoning County Jail after shots were fired into his home Wednesday and a federal officer was injure... more »»

TNP: Mural is a symbol of city’s potential

October 10, 2014 If Thomas Morgan and Matt Martin have their way, the new mural at the site of the former Mahoningside Power Plant will symbolize the city of Warren’s future. more »»

Warren student brings airsoft gun to school

October 10, 2014 WARREN — Warren police are conferring with the juvenile prosecutor about what charges to file against a 15-year-old student who took a replica handgun into Warren G. Harding High School on Tuesday. more »»

Republican aims to oust two-term Democrat Fuda

October 10, 2014 WARREN — A political novice campaigning for Trumbull County commissioner, in part, on a platform of not being a ‘‘career politician’’ is trying to topple a two-term commissioner running on his... more »»

Two in race to fill open seat

October 10, 2014 WARREN — Economic development in Trumbull County bookends the county commissioner campaigns of Democrat Mauro Cantalamessa and Republican J.D. Williams. more »»

District hopes to pass issue to pay for facility repairs

October 10, 2014 McDONALD — While one levy expires, school officials are hoping taxpayers will be willing to pass a second levy that would cost them a few bucks less and allow major facility fixes at the school... more »»

Maplewood celebrates all A’s

October 10, 2014 MECCA — In school lingo, nothing is quite as good as straight A’s — Maplewood staff and faculty reveled in theirs at an Outstanding Academic Achievement Dinner on Wednesday. more »»

 
 
 

 

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