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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 »»

Ancient method, new mummy

December 7, 2008 It can be difficult getting elementary students interested in learning about ancient Egypt, so Jean McIntyre took an unusual approach. more »»

Learning Laughter

November 15, 2008 BOARDMAN — Learning ways to entertain others, to select appropriate costume and props, to make yourself marketable and to be the best clown you can were among the many varied workshops and seminars... more »»

Tried and true

November 9, 2008 As the warmth of summer becomes a memory and the bright red, yellow and orange leaves continue to fall across the Mahoning Valley, it becomes apparent that winter is on the way. more »»

The man with the elephants

October 19, 2008 NILES — The Republican elephant began as a cartoon, and a local elephant collection began as a jok. more »»

Foresight first for fundraising

October 12, 2008 Fundraising can take place at several levels, from million-dollar campaigns to home-spun spaghetti dinners. However, no matter how large or small, a successful event begins with a solid plan. more »»

A new place to park

October 3, 2008 A piece of history from the Mahoning Valley may be on its way to having a permanent home in the shadow of the Brooklyn Bridge. more »»

Visit your mechanic to combat high gas prices

September 14, 2008 With gas prices fluctuating from week to week, it is more important than ever to be conscious of ways you can better improve the gas mileage your vehicle is getting. more »»

King of caution

September 7, 2008 Bright little “helpers of humanity,” standing at about 28 inches tall and weighing about 7 pounds, now can be seen around the clock on Market Street in Warren, performing the task they were designed... more »»

Bridging the distance

August 17, 2008 Army Scout Christopher Rowlands turned 20 this June at Camp Katsu, 30 miles south of Baghdad. more »»


August 4, 2008 Seven-year-old Kenny Zerefos’ favorite thing about bike riding is balance, and his father recognizes the milestone of this first trip on the Western Reserve Greenway without training wheels. more »»

The time is right

July 21, 2008 WARREN — Talk of foreclosures and the subprime debacle might have initially scared Kristi Rodgers, but that didn’t stop the local woman from climbing onto the first rung of the housing ladder. more »»



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