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Fiber Fun

April 22, 2012 The more than 700 people who attended A Knitter’s Fantasy convention on April 14 prove that the fiber arts are very much alive and well in northeast Ohio. “We’re young women who are creative. more »»

True Believers

April 8, 2012 Twelve ounces. After dominating the Fitness Challenge for nine weeks, the Believers’ Bulge Busters clung to their championship by less than a single poun. more »»

Learning how to give back

April 1, 2012 A benefit is about what you get out of it and who it helps. But what about what goes into it? Donations need to be solicited. The venue needs to be booked. Tasks need to be delegate. more »»

When winter takes its toll on your car

March 18, 2012 Though northeast Ohio escaped with a mild winter this year, blizzard conditions, freezing rain, snow squalls and cold temperatures can wreak havoc on the roads we travel. more »»

Banking on life

February 19, 2012 In the United States, 44,000 units of blood are required each day to save the lives of people who suffer from trauma and disease, but less than 10 percent of the population donates blood each year,... more »»

Celebrating leap year

February 12, 2012 While many of us celebrate birthdays year after year, the Feb. 29 birthdate stands apart. It comes only once every four years. more »»

A place for everything

January 8, 2012 Once the party is over, the wine has been drained and Santa’s sleigh is hibernating in his North Pole garage, New Year’s resolutions are on the minds of man. more »»

Providing help, providing jobs

December 11, 2011 It’s 34 degrees in the middle of the afternoon and although the sun is shining, the wind is col. more »»

New life, new home for Idora Park carousel

September 18, 2011 The wooden carousel that once delighted visitors at Youngs-town’s Idora Park is open to the public again in a new location — Brooklyn, N.Y. more »»

Two area women create outstanding gardens

September 4, 2011 When Marcena Dilley was raising her two children while working as a first-grade teacher in Ashtabula County, it was her late husband who planted and maintained their garden. more »»

Garden rebirth

August 14, 2011 All it took for Cortland gardener Kathleen Ferris to completely renovate her more than 15-year-old iris garden was a wet spring. “This is all because I got mad at the iris,’’ Ferris said. more »»


August 7, 2011 MANASSAS, V. more »»

Spay, neuter programs save pets’ lives

July 10, 2011 LOS ANGELES — When Stephen Zawistowski got his first dog 50 years ago, she was the only dog in the neighborhood that was spayed. more »»

Finding Sunplace Special

July 3, 2011 Imagine a place where wildlife comes to visit, flowers and vegetables grow and sunlight filtering through a canopy of trees offers a place to climb, jump, run and play, and you could find yourself i... more »»

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 »»



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