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Ancient Inspiration

June 12, 2011 Whether it is the ancient philosophies of Confucius, the values instilled in us by our parents or the teachings of the Bible, things that leave an impact are carried with us as long as we live. more »»

A matter of control

June 3, 2011 A stray cat is a pet cat that is lost or has been abandoned. Feral cats are the offspring of lost of abandoned pets, or other feral cats that are not spayed or neutered. more »»

Top of the class

May 15, 2011 Since 1991, the A+ Teacher Awards have been honoring exceptional educators throughout Trumbull County, and this year’s installment, the 20th annual award again has distinguished 20 of the county’s... more »»

From Ben to Brookfield

May 8, 2011 On May 3, 2011, R.J. Hall is cuttin’ a rug to a rap at Brookfield Elementary School. more »»

Don’t stop Believin’

May 1, 2011 In the final jiggles of the scales, the race was for second place. That’s because the Believers Bulge Busters ran away with the Tribune Chronicle-St. Elizabeth / St. more »»

Chocolate as a health food?

April 17, 2011 With Easter only a week away, people’s thoughts turn to foil-wrapped eggs nestled in shredded cellophane, solid chocolate Easter bunnies and sculpted chocolate novelties. more »»

Presenting the president

February 13, 2011 By day, Mike Wilson is the administrator of the Trumbull Soil and Water Conservation District. By night (or afternoon), he is President William McKinley. more »»

Trumbull County Underground

December 19, 2010 HARTFORD — A local couple studying historic preservation and the anti-slavery movement has been researching the local routes the Underground Railroad took through parts of Trumbull County. more »»

Constituents’ correspondence

December 5, 2010 The Rev. Bernard Schmalzried, 68, of Warren, said he’s written a half dozen letters to various officials, including U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan and Gov. Ted Strickland, but is disappointed with the results. more »»

Dream Weavers

October 24, 2010 “The first time I made one, I thought I died and went to heaven,” said Felicia Macmillan, 71, of Warren. more »»

Lodge has rich history in Warren

October 17, 2010 WARREN — Old Erie Lodge 3, on Pine Avenue in Warren, is rich in history. Many influential men from Trumbull County have been members or are existing members of the Freemason. more »»


September 12, 2010 Bill Wittman is not your typical soccer coach. He spends most of his time off the sidelines, helping his sons Garrett and Matthew Wittman play the game by pushing their wheelchairs around the field. more »»

A beautiful day in the neighborhood

August 15, 2010 For more than 20 years, the party’s been on the northeast side of Fairmount Avenue in Warren. As one resident put it, they’ve watched a generation grow up out there. more »»

Weird science

July 18, 2010 Think of it as every science experiment you ever did or wanted to do in high school, only bigger and all in one buildin. more »»

Fun at the fair

July 11, 2010 Those who attended the Trumbull County Fair last week worked hard, played hard and ate well. Here are some photo highlights from the week. more »»

Truck Night is hot

July 4, 2010 Fred Sibley’s jet truck melted a car in half at Yankee Lake on June 11. Truck fans from hours away traveled to view the special even. more »»

Tracking down treasure

June 13, 2010 Garage sales, yard sales, rummage, estate and thrift sales. When the weather warms up, they pop up as fast as dandelions, it seems. more »»

Paper or plastic??No, thanks

June 6, 2010 Gwyn Vukmer of Warren has been using reusable bags since the early 90s to cut back on the amount of bags that end up in landfills. “There is so much plastic,” she said. more »»

A+ Teacher Awards

May 16, 2010 By VIRGINIA SHANK Tribune Chronicle Richard Burnett can “turn an ordinary art student into an exceptional one,” explained his student Scott Heinemann. more »»

A fresh approach to food

April 18, 2010 Dave Ambrose of Warren thinks it’s illogical to import apples from Chile when they’re locally grown. “The waste of transporting food is a concern for me,” Ambrose said. more »»



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