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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 »»

In favor of food with a face

April 18, 2010 Every week during the summer we get a box packed with the freshest, most delicious produce you can imagine. more »»

Let it Bee

April 11, 2010 As the weather warms up and spring finally arrives in Trumbull County, local beekeepers express their concern about the condition of honey bees and their hive. more »»

Clean sweep for spring

March 21, 2010 When warm weather arrives and the sun starts shining, Melinda DiGregorio of Liberty begins to notice certain things in her house. The fingerprints on the appliances. more »»

Household Help

March 14, 2010 Most parents have tried it all. Chore charts, rewards, threats, punishment. more »»

Rampant rudeness

March 7, 2010 Rude people: We encounter them everywhere — in line at the grocery store, sitting in movie theaters, even at our own dinner tables. more »»

Something fishy

February 21, 2010 Brightly colored fish dart among the waving plants. They swim between the rocks and nibble on their food at the surface of the wate. more »»

Breaking the chains of eating disorders

February 14, 2010 CORTLAND —“It’s just a potato chip.” At a session at the Carolina House, a 12-bed residential eating disorders treatment facility in Durham, N.C. more »»

Beating Bullying

February 7, 2010 It’s a common movie plot: the school bully, the victims take a stand, and often a happy ending. more »»

Special bowlers

January 17, 2010 Four times a week, Crest Lanes in Warren welcomes bowlers with special needs, including one group on Saturday that has met for the past 30 years. more »»

With the holidays over, it’s time to clean up and clear out

January 3, 2010 In the glow after the holidays, many people have their hands full with the cleanup. more »»

He’s making his list

December 13, 2009 Once a year, a child can ask the big guy in the red suit for anything at all. It’s a rare opportunity — those who are asking know it, and so does Santa and his local helpers. more »»

Making photography a snap

November 22, 2009 With the holidays approaching, many amateur photographers are getting out their cameras to record the seasonal doings. more »»


November 8, 2009 Flag-folding ceremonies are a dramatic way to honor the flag on special days, such as Memorial Day or Veterans Day. more »»

Hands of time

October 25, 2009 HARTFORD — A piece of Trumbull County history is being rediscovered — all it took was a little tim. more »»

A new view of Amish country

October 18, 2009 SUGARCREEK — When La Vonne DeBois stopped the tour bus to pick up a man walking home, we knew we were in for a different sort of traveling experience. more »»



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