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Woman, 44, stable after twp. stabbing

October 6, 2015 WARREN TOWNSHIP — A township woman was in stable condition at a local hospital Monday after she was stabbed in the neck and head earlier in the day at her Tod Avenue SW hom. more »»

Animal sanctuary owner surrenders tigers to state

October 6, 2015 COLUMBUS (AP) — A man who kept five tigers at his Ohio animal sanctuary surrendered them to the state Monday after failing to meet tightened requirements for ownership of dangerous wild creatures. more »»

On the record

October 6, 2015 Lordstown WHAT: Lordstown village council meeting Monday PRESENT: John Mansell, Donald Reider, Karen Jones, Ron Radtka and Howard Sheely and Robert Bond Council: l Entered into an agreement with th... more »»

County sues over sewer project

October 6, 2015 WARREN — Trumbull County commissioners are suing a local construction company and a surety bond agency in Chicago, claiming the contractor has done shoddy work and failed to finish a sewer line... more »»

At a glance

October 6, 2015 Girard fire crews battle shed, house fire Monday GIRARD — A fire here Monday evening badly damaged a house and shed at 117 E. Second St., according to a department spokesma. more »»

Coming together for domestic violence victims, survivors

October 6, 2015 WARREN — For 21 years, local residents have gathered on the first Monday in October to show support for victims and survivors of domestic violence as part of national Unity Day, a day committed to... more »»

Proximity of marijuana grow site concerns BOE

October 6, 2015 MONROE (AP) — A southwest Ohio school district with a campus less than two miles from a proposed marijuana growing site has passed a resolution opposing a state ballot issue that would legalize pot. more »»

Barry Dyngles finds its winner

October 5, 2015 AUSTINTOWN — A Warren woman is $1.8 million richer after her name was drawn Sunday at Barry Dyngles Pub. Molly Blair was not present for the drawing. more »»


October 5, 2015 The massive weekend search for 2-year-old Rainn Peterson who went missing in North Bloomfield on Friday ended successfully Sunday when she was found alive near Peck Leach Road just a quarter of a... more »»

City collects bonds on vacant properties

October 5, 2015 WARREN — The city has collected an estimated $610,000 in bonds and another $12,950 in registration fees from banks and other mortgage holders that have local properties in foreclosur. more »»

Ethane supply not an issue in Ohio, W. Va. formations

October 5, 2015 Whether it's Royal Dutch Shell, Odebrecht, PTT Global Chemical or another firm, a MarkWest Energy official believes any developer looking to spend billions for an ethane cracker in the Marcellus... more »»

Animals get pampered

October 5, 2015 VIENNA — Area churches and organizations paid extra attention this past weekend to their canine and feline friends during special blessing ceremonies in recognition of the Feast of St. more »»

Gustavus veteran lived to serve

October 5, 2015 By EMILY EARNHART Tribune Chronicle GUSTAVUS — Like many of his generation, Robert L. Pykare wanted to serve. more »»

Picnic to feed volunteers

October 5, 2015 WARREN — Since volunteering for Make A Difference Day is a gift to the community, every year the Tribune Chronicle hosts a picnic to feed and recognize those who give their time for such good causes. more »»

Three vying for Howland seat

October 5, 2015 HOWLAND — Two political newcomers are challenging an appointed board member for a seat on the Howland Board of Education in the Nov. 3 election. Susan D. Brucoli and Daniel . more »»

At a glance

October 5, 2015 Board to meet over splash pad fundraiser CORTLAND — Cortland Parks Board will meet for a work session 6 p.m. more »»

Search continues for missing toddler

October 4, 2015 BRISTOLVILLE — It only took 15 minutes. Rainn Peterson, 2, was last seen in her great-grandparents home 6 p.m. Friday. By 6:15 p.m. more »»

Public defender says court-appointed defense pays little

October 4, 2015 COLUMBUS — The Ohio public defender says qualified lawyers are increasingly cutting back on court-appointed work representing poor defendants, leaving that work to less-experienced attorneys. more »»

Fight for Delphi pensions ongoing

October 4, 2015 Bruce Gump was just 25 in 1976 when he joined the thousands of people already working for Delphi Automotive Systems. more »»

Looking back at bankruptcy

October 4, 2015 WARREN — It was a bittersweet time for former Delphi employees who gathered Friday afternoon at Plant 8 of the former Packard Electric industrial complex on Griswold Street. more »»



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