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How would Atlantic City-based Monopoly look today?

March 22, 2015 ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — Monopoly is 80. Based on the real-life streets of Atlantic City, Monopoly is one of the world’s most popular board game. more »»

Celebrate who you are and wear your hoop earrings

March 22, 2015 Recently, a Facebook friend of mine posted a link to a story titled “20 Things Women Should Stop Wearing After 30.” It immediately created an outcry. more »»

Lordstown man recalls his music days

March 15, 2015 At one time, there was nothing to beat the feeling of walking into Richard’s Ice Cream Shop on Market Street in Warren and hearing your band’s 45 rpm record playing on the jukebox. more »»

Niles boy has a need for speed

March 8, 2015 Some people will never experience what a 9-year-old Niles boy does every weekend on a race track. Gavin Putnam has had a dream since he was five and has been pursuing it ever since. more »»

Funeral homes explore online services

March 1, 2015 It’s not always possible for all family members to be present when a loved one passes away, so some funeral homes are using technology to allow relatives to participate or view services even if they... more »»

Family game night

February 22, 2015 In a world of busy schedules and technology, quality family time and social interaction is a precious commodity. more »»

What’s in a name? A lot of love, and a lot more

February 22, 2015 The Kabalarian Philosophy says our names help to shape who we are. My husband and I had our daughter’s name picked out before we knew we were having a gir. more »»

Love is in the air

February 15, 2015 “In the summer of 1947, Barbara Palonolu and Sam (Danny) Dann met on a park bench in Packard Park. Barbara and her friend Jean went down to the park on a nice summer day. more »»

From broken to museum-quality

February 1, 2015 NEW YORK — Antique and fine furniture is Miguel Saco’s specialty. more »»

Say cheese!

January 11, 2015 NEW YORK — Selfies at tourist attractions are nothing new. more »»

Piano stores closing down

January 4, 2015 BETTENDORF, Iowa — When Jim Foster opened his piano store 30 years ago, he had 10 competitors selling just pianos. more »»


December 14, 2014 For the 16th year, Niles played host to TubaChristmas, part of a national event designed to showcase tuba and euphonium players. The event was held Dec. more »»

A family affair

November 16, 2014 On Nov. 10, families in Niles, Girard and Howland participated in Adoption Day at Trumbull County Probate Court. more »»

A life-changing operation

November 2, 2014 For years, Ron Kempo of Warren was trapped in his own home. He was not bound by chains or locks or barred windows, but was prisoner of his own body. more »»

How safe is your home?

October 19, 2014 It’s every homeowner’s nightmare — returning from vacation, a business trip or a night out, and discovering on your return that your home has been burglarized. more »»

When an ingredient triggers an idea

October 8, 2014 Sometimes an ingredient can trigger an idea. And that’s where the trouble start. more »»

Champion native works on project in Africa

September 21, 2014 Joseph R. Toth III of Champion is an example of someone from a small town who has made a big difference in lives halfway around the world. more »»

Great day for golf

September 14, 2014 On Sept. 8, 17 teams participated in the 13th annual Brookfield Invitational Golf Tournament at Yankee Run Golf Course. more »»

Volunteer enhances education with school enrichment, Urban 4-H

August 17, 2014 Jackie Mills of Howland has a passion for gardening, and from that passion has grown many avenues for her to give back. more »»

Keeping the beat in the heat

August 10, 2014 Freshman Anthony Zachary counts beats in his head during the Harding Band practice. more »»



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