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Probation in popcorn scam case

August 19, 2014 WARREN — A 34-year-old Warren man who posed as a Boy Scout leader while working with his family to sell popcorn for a door-to-door fundraiser was placed on five years probation Monday and ordered to... more »»

Girard council OKs paving funds

August 19, 2014 GIRARD — At a special meeting Monday, Girard City Council approved an ordinance that will allow for the paving of a number of roads in the city. Voting to accept a bid from North Lima-based R.T. more »»

Putting cancer in the doghouse

August 19, 2014 WARREN — The pitter patter of 2-year-old Treyson Upshire’s feet in the hallway was a sound that filled Sandy Mancini and her late husband, Paul Mancini, with a flood of emotions. more »»

Mespo schools get donated supplies

August 19, 2014 Akron Children’s Hospital Mahoning Valley Community Outreach, Education and Support Center has chosen Bloomfield Mesopotamia Elementary School for its Adopt-a-School program. more »»

Local at a glance

August 19, 2014 Family pet dies in Hubbard fire HUBBARD — Investigators from the State Fire Marshals Office were at the scene of a Sunday night house fire that claimed the life of a family’s pet dog. more »»

On the record

August 19, 2014 Champion WHAT: Champion Board of Education meeting on Monday PRESENT: David Mahan, Kelly Boyle, Roger Samuelson, Jim Scher, Amy Schwab The board: ¯ Heard from maintenance supervisor Mark Harper tha... more »»

Music hall employees recognized at concert

August 18, 2014 WARREN — An old-fashioned summer band concert at Packard Music Hall was the outdoor season’s finale and also marked the end of several longtime employees’ careers at the music hall Sunday evening. more »»

New hope in search for Niles man

August 18, 2014 Months passed, but still no word. more »»

Vet built bridges around world

August 18, 2014 WARREN — While the Nazi forces were retreating to their capital city of Berlin toward the end of World War II, it fell to Warren resident William Franklin to make sure the enemy could not cover thei... more »»

Healthy Kids Day

August 18, 2014 Six-year-old Olivia Meyers of Warren, feeds a pony named Marybelle while her cousin, Elle Beanblossom, 4, of Howland, looks on Saturday during the Healthy Kids Day at First Presbyterian Church in... more »»

Staying put fulfilled dream

August 18, 2014 WARREN — David Barnes could have gone to Cleveland or Florida to pursue his bachelor’s degree, with most or all of it paid. more »»

Attorney asked to respond to complaint

August 18, 2014 WARREN — A Girard attorney has been asked to respond to a complaint that he failed to file a divorce action after taking money as a retainer from the would-be client. more »»

At a glance

August 18, 2014 Preschool program gets Warren SOUP funding WARREN — Preschoolers and the elderly will be making friends after a group of preschool teachers won $1,010 at the summer Warren SOUP event held Saturday a... more »»

Drilling benefits waste district

August 18, 2014 LISBON — The Solid Waste District that serves Columbiana, Carroll and Harrison counties is one of the indirect beneficiaries of the drilling boom under way in eastern Ohi. more »»

Route 30 project offers industrial options

August 18, 2014 LISBON — Columbiana County Engineer Bert Dawson believes the Hanoverton / Kensington area would be the ideal location for an industrial park as part of efforts to turn U.S. Route 30 into a freeway. more »»

Legislation regulates manure as fertilizer

August 18, 2014 COLUMBUS (AP) — The first bill to crack down on the application of manure as a fertilizer on farmland in the wake of the Toledo water crisis was introduced Thursday in the Ohio Senate with more... more »»

‘Crusin’ helps with school supplies

August 18, 2014 The music was cranked up at Boardman Township Government Center for the second annual “Cruisin for Crayons” event on Saturda. more »»

Commons Fest held on Courthouse Square promotes redevelopment

August 17, 2014 A red heart, a slogan of hope. A picture of unity. more »»

‘Stars’ brightens day

August 17, 2014 CORTLAND — Early in the evening on Saturday, many of the guests at the home of Dr. Farid Naffah said they expected this year’s “Evening Under the Stars” to be even better than the last one. more »»

Tribune sets second 20 Under Twenty

August 17, 2014 WARREN — The Tribune Chronicle is looking to focus attention on the county’s youngest and most impressive leaders with its second annual “20 Under Twenty” program. more »»



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