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Girard sets rules on donation boxes

March 24, 2015 By BOB COUPLAND GIRARD — Clothing donation boxes will be allowed in the city, but under regulations that limit where they can be placed and who can have one, according to legislation approved Monday... more »»

Man faces aggravated robbery charge

March 24, 2015 WARREN — A 21-year-old Rogers Street S.E. more »»

Board to meet on school demolition

March 24, 2015 WEATHERSFIELD — The Weathersfield Board of Education will hold a public forum 6 p.m. Wednesday at the high school media center to discuss the recent demolition of the middle school on state Route 4. more »»

At a glance

March 24, 2015 Man faces drug charge WARREN — A 55-year-old North Park Avenue man pleaded not guilty to a charge of having drug paraphernalia Monday in Warren Municipal Court. Mark J. more »»

On the record

March 24, 2015 Girard WHAT: Girard City Council meeting on Monday PRESENT: Reynald Paolone, Steve Brooks, Larry Steiner, George Eicher, Tom Grumley, Joseph Shelby, John Moliterno and Lou Adovasio Council: l Heard... more »»

Shots fired at traffic crash in Weathersfield

March 24, 2015 WEATHERSFIELD — West Park Avenue, west of Waddell Park, was blocked off after reports of gunfire following a traffic crash shortly after 9 p.m. Thursday, according to the Trumbull County 911 Center. more »»

Niles set for multimillion dollar project

March 23, 2015 NILES — City officials are looking to begin the estimated multimillion dollar construction phase of the upgrade of the Sanitary Sewer Plant later this yea. more »»

Colleges look for grads to be on time

March 23, 2015 Local universities are encouraging students to pack more credits into each semester so they can graduate in four years instead of five or six. more »»

Butler displays a van Gogh

March 23, 2015 YOUNGSTOWN — A painting by Vincent van Gogh can be seen at the Butler Institute of American Art. The painting is on indefinite loan to the Youngstown museum from a private Ohio collection. more »»

Let the candy hunt begin

March 23, 2015 FARRELL, Pa. — About 8,000 visitors were expected to tour the Daffin’s Candies Factory Sunday as part of the annual ‘‘Swizzle Stick Day’’ that allows them to sample chocolates just in time for Easter. more »»

Waving the blue and white

March 23, 2015 WARREN — Four-year-old Nico Hazimihalis enjoyed Sunday’s 15th annual Greek Independence Day parade as he and his grandmother, Vivi Kalogerou of Warren, stayed warm inside her car while watching the... more »»

Pendleton to direct anniversary show

March 23, 2015 Warren native Austin Pendleton will direct a play for the Cleveland Play House’s 100th anniversary season. more »»

Weather proves troublesome for soldiers

March 23, 2015 This month 150 years ago in Civil War history, Union Gen. William T. Sherman had a plan and was executing it with little resistance except for the weather. The roads were a disaster in all directions. more »»

At a glance

March 23, 2015 Champion responds to kitchen fire CHAMPION —A resident of Shafer Road helped a neighbor Sunday afternoon by putting out a kitchen fire with a garden hose. Champion fire crews responded around 4:30 p. more »»

Garrettsville fire: One year later

March 22, 2015 GARRETTSVILLE For the first time since a devastating fire consumed a large portion of historic downtown Garrettsville last year, a business owner has stepped forward with plans to renovate his... more »»

Lawmakers seek review of closures

March 22, 2015 Proposals in the Ohio House and Senate would create a 13-member panel to review the closure of state-owned facilities, like the Youngstown Developmental Center in Mineral Ridge, when a closure is... more »»

Traficant film premieres

March 22, 2015 AKRON — The location was Akron-Summit County Public Library, but it was a Mahoning Valley crowd that turned out Saturday for the world premiere of the documentary “Traficant: Congressman of... more »»

Proposal protects state parks

March 22, 2015 A bill to protect Ohio’s state parks from hydraulic fracturing is in the Senate now that lawmakers in the Ohio House approved the measure Wednesday. more »»

Women’s History luncheon weaves stories

March 22, 2015 WARREN — In a white dress, poet and writer Emily Dickinson stepped slowly onto the stage of Packard Music Hall, apologetic for her bashfulness. more »»

Look, up in the sky ... it’s a big kid!

March 22, 2015 I didn’t hear my wife come home until her voice cut me down in mid-flight: “What are you doing now?” “I, uh ... Research. more »»



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