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Local youth, pledges at core of Black History Month event

February 23, 2015 WARREN — The Warren Civic League, wanting to hear from the youth of the community, hosted a Black History Month program that let local high school and college students share their goals and thoughts... more »»

Local soldiers help Carolina campaign

February 23, 2015 After two long weeks of continuous rain, on Feb. 1, 1865, Sherman’s Army began its move into the Carolinas. Sherman split his army into two pieces, hoping to confuse the enemy of his true destination. more »»

Lordstown to switch to LED

February 23, 2015 Lordstown to switch to LED LORDSTOWN — In an effort to cut electric costs, the village is switching to LED lighting in several of its building. more »»

Juveniles in jail may not recover academically

February 22, 2015 WARREN -- When a juvenile is incarcerated, he gives up many of his rights. Education is not supposed to be one of the. more »»

Roadwork gets boost from bonds

February 22, 2015 COLUMBUS (AP) — Partnering with private businesses, offering sponsorships along highways and selling $1 billion in Ohio Turnpike bonds are among ways Gov. more »»

New tests frustrate parents who want students excused

February 22, 2015 CORTLAND — Emotions ran high at an anti-state-testing informational meeting Saturday at the Cortland United Methodist Church. more »»

Students join in renovating city

February 22, 2015 WARREN — New York students are back in town, this time joined by Kent State University landscape architect students to work on the Robins Project. more »»

Winter is a great way to work out

February 22, 2015 There’s no need to buy memberships in one of those big fancy expensive gyms to get a good winter workout. My wife and I exercise together, using whatever equipment is lying about the place. more »»

Artwork showcased in Warren

February 22, 2015 WARREN — As photos were being selected for a juried show at the Trumbull Art Gallery, a few blocks away in downtown Warren, a more eccentric art show was about to begin Saturday evening at the... more »»

Two children killed in overnight house fire in western Ohio

February 22, 2015 EATON (AP) — Officials say a house fire in western Ohio has killed two children. The Preble County sheriff’s office says the fire was reported along U.. more »»

Shovels and snow angels

February 22, 2015 Ziyah Bossard, 4, of Warren, falls down onto the snow and flaps her arms and legs to create a snow angel in the front yard of her home along Fairmount Ave. N.E. more »»

Warren chicken farmers let birds get too cramp

February 22, 2015 99 years ago in 1916: l A tendency to try to keep 40 or 50 chickens where they have room only for 15 is the general thing among Warren chicken raisers, according to Dr. J.H. Bard, sanitary policema. more »»

Tribune names new metro editor

February 22, 2015 WARREN — Longtime Tribune Chronicle politics and county government reporter Ron Selak Jr. has been named the newspaper’s metro editor. more »»

Ex-Metroplex operator sues area contractors

February 22, 2015 LIBERTY — The former operator of the now-shuttered Metroplex Hotel and Conference Center has filed another lawsuit — this time against two businessmen who each have lawsuits pending against her. more »»

Retirement leads to reshuffling PD

February 21, 2015 WARREN — Police Lt. more »»

Premiere set for Traficant movie

February 21, 2015 “Traficant: The Congressman of Crimetown,” a documentary directed by Warren native and John F. more »»

Trustee: Austintown no longer isolated

February 21, 2015 AUSTINTOWN — Trustee Ken Carano said on Friday that the township will no longer be isolated but will be opening up to everyone. more »»

Mental evaluation for woman accused of beating kitten

February 21, 2015 WARREN — A 25-year-old woman who was charged in January with assault and animal cruelty during a domestic dispute was ordered Friday to undergo a mental health evaluation. more »»

Winter just won’t let it go

February 20, 2015 Much of the United States continued to shiver and suffer in bitter cold Thursday. more »»

Parents refusing state tests

February 20, 2015 This year there is no opt-out from state testing for students. School districts are mandated to administer them. more »»

 
 
 

 

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