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Purple Heart vet faced Viet Cong

July 28, 2014 The day before U.S. Army Pfc. Paul Brady’s friend had been killed, so when his troop approached the small Viet Cong village he was on edge. more »»

McDonald cancer patient is giving back

July 28, 2014 NILES –– When she was only 4 years old, Mariah Leskovac of McDonald was diagnosed with stage 4 neuroblastoma cancer. After receiving seven cycles of chemotherapy at St. more »»

Wean event focuses on leadership

July 28, 2014 Tribune Chronicle WARREN — Over 50 resident community leaders, partners and staff gathered recently for ‘‘Getting to Know You’’ events held in Warren and Youngstown for the Raymond John Wean... more »»

Severe weather cancels events, causes outages

July 28, 2014 Severe weather cancels events, causes outages Severe weather caused cancellations and changes to area events on Sunday. more »»

West Farmington fun

July 28, 2014 Spectators watch as competitors take part in the man-pull competition. Six teams of two men each took turns to see how quickly and how far they could pull bricks. more »»

Kinsman square has ‘Ghost Night’

July 28, 2014 KINSMAN— You can find just about anything at Market Square in Kinsman, including books, antiques and a soda fountain. Some customers believe you can even find ghosts if you look hard enough. more »»

Grant vs. Lee at the Battle of the Crater

July 28, 2014 By CAROLE BABYAK Special to the Tribune Chronicle Civil War July 28, 1864 — Aug. 2, 1864 Several significant events occurred this week during the Civil War. more »»

Soil boring work to be done on Warren Township road

July 28, 2014 WARREN TOWNSHIP — Nelson Moser Road, between Park Road and Allen Smith Road in the township, will be closed today through Thursday for soil borings being performed by S&ME Inc. more »»

Police blotters

July 28, 2014 Lordstown Lordstown police activity reported July 1-24: July 24, 3:59 p.m. — Stopped vehicle reported at 6780 Tod Ave. with female in vehicle upset. July 22, 10:25 p.m. more »»

Artists add personality, culture to aging buildings

July 27, 2014 YOUNGSTOWN — Christian Mrosko wanted the mural he recently completed to reflect the community. more »»

Democrats pick Cantalamessa

July 27, 2014 WARREN — Trumbull County Democratic Party central committee members Saturday elected Warren businessman Mauro Cantalamessa to succeed the late Commissioner Paul Heltzel, but the way they went about... more »»

Seniors sought for program

July 27, 2014 By VIRGINIA SHANK Tribune Chronicle BAZETTA — The township’s police and fire departments are working together to spread the word about the Senior Watch Program. more »»

Cantalamessa cites ‘ground swell’

July 27, 2014 WARREN — Mauro Cantalamessa attributed his resounding victory Saturday to fill an open Trumbull County commissioner seat to the “ground swell’’ of support his candidacy has gotten recently from... more »»

Lawyers facing possible sanctions

July 27, 2014 WARREN — A Liberty attorney accused of using his trust account to hide nearly $1 million of a client’s money from the husband she was divorcing is among three local lawyers facing possible sanction. more »»

Motor industry shows amazing growth in 1915

July 27, 2014 99 years ago in 1915: l The amazing growth of the motor car industry is a source of never ending surprise to the public –– both the motoring public and the great outside public as well. more »»

Local Derby racers fare well

July 27, 2014 Local competitors from Niles, Hubbard, Cortland, Mineral Ridge, Youngstown and Ravenna placed high in Saturday’s 77th running of the FirstEnergy All-American Soap Box Derby at Derby Downs Track in... more »»

Crawl cultivates community

July 26, 2014 Vacant lots in the city were the afternoon’s biggest attraction Friday. Of course, they aren’t so vacant anymore, having been repopulated by flowers and vegetables over the last couple years. more »»

Two charged in slaying

July 26, 2014 By VIRGINIA SHANK and CHRISTOPHER BOBBY Tribune Chronicle WARREN — Two city men have joined a Niles man being held in connection with a deadly April 6 home invasion at 918 South St. S.E. James J. more »»

Summer enrichment program an inspiration of local kids

July 26, 2014 After spending the past six weeks both studying and participating in recreation, more than 300 children in third to 12th grades let their energy out with a talent show and awards assembly final. more »»

Girard police purchase new handguns

July 26, 2014 GIRARD — In an effort to better equip its law enforcement officers, the Girard Police Department bought 22 new sidearms through a donation from Judge Jeffrey Adler and the Girard Municipal Court. more »»



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