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Stocking the shelves with summer

August 16, 2009 Tomatoes are coming along slowly. Even some of the cool season crops, like broccoli, have been delaye. more »»

Just a bunch of hams

July 5, 2009 WARREN — Since 1938, the Warren Amateur Radio Association has been spreading the word on the benefits and the enjoyment that can come along with ham radi. more »»

Relays right on track

June 21, 2009 For more than a decade, residents of Trumbull and Mahoning counties have raised money each spring for The American Cancer Society by rounding the track. more »»

Crying foul

June 7, 2009 When was the last time you went an entire day without hearing or using foul language? Chances are, that hasn’t happened since you were a kid. more »»

Rich history at a reasonable price

May 31, 2009 WILLIAMSBURG — Four hundred years ago, the first English settlers arrived in Virginia and established a permanent residence in what would become the United States. more »»

Cruise ship on land: Great Wolf Lodge a destination in itself

May 31, 2009 WILLIAMSBURG, Va. — The Great Wolf Lodge in Williamsburg is a hotel worth planning a vacation around. more »»

Kickball: An even playing field

May 24, 2009 YOUNGSTOWN — Mahoning County resident Chad Thorne had been searching for another way to stay active ever since his “retirement” from his 14-year softball career. more »»

Baskets of fun

April 10, 2009 The American Sign Language Class at Kent State Trumbull Campus in Champion hosted an Easter egg hunt and activities day recently for local children. more »»

Healing after the heat

April 5, 2009 Burn victims often describe their experience as feeling like a million hot bee stings. But that’s only the beginning. What lies ahead can even be more formidable, if not truly painful. more »»

Offering sanctuary

March 20, 2009 She rubs her hand gently across a barred owl’s head and the bird seems to understand that there is a special relationship between them. more »»

Egging on the artistry

March 6, 2009 BROOKFIELD — For centuries, the egg has been considered a symbol of new lif. more »»

Old school, new school

March 3, 2009 You don’t need to get all high-tech to win a modern-day Fitness Challenge. Then again, perhaps hedging one’s bets isn’t a bad idea. more »»

The Write Stuff

March 1, 2009 When was the last time you handwrote something? “It’s a lost art,” said Donna Lou Martin, 89, of Southington. “And we’re allowing it to happe. more »»

Coming together to make a family

February 8, 2009 KINSMAN — Maddox, Zahara, Pax, Shiloh, Knox and Vivienne, the adopted and biological children of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, are almost as famous as their parents. more »»

McDonald kindergarten has twice the fun

February 1, 2009 There are multiple multiples in the classrooms at Roosevelt Elementary School in McDonald. more »»

Wii in the World

January 18, 2009 Brenna Ohmes has a pretty good handle on the difference between playing tennis in real life and playing tennis using Nintendo Wii. more »»

A twist on an old Christmas classic

December 21, 2008 As has become an annual tradition for me, folks, here’s a decidedly Patty take on an old classic. more »»

Trumbull County extremes

December 14, 2008 In this time of extremes, from the extreme fluctuation of the stock market to the ups and downs of this just past political season, here are some of the extremes that have been observed right here i... more »»

Merry Christmas to all, and Happy Holidays too

December 14, 2008 I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, merry Christmas. Yes, friends, ’tis the season once again for the great debate. No, no, not the 2008 presidential sort. more »»

 
 

 

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