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Sew much fun

November 30, 2013 Although most young ladies entering high school today will never have the opportunity to make a skirt or a blouse in a home economics class, the art of sewing is still alive and well in the Mahonin... more »»

Choosing charities

November 17, 2013 Many nonprofit charities, organizations and missions across the world have helped and changed many lives in many ways. more »»

Lions and whales and dogs, oh my!

October 13, 2013 Kerry S. Pettit knew her passion for working with animals when she first graduated from college. more »»

Haunting or a visit

October 6, 2013 When we hear the word paranormal, we automatically think about visitations from spirits who have crossed over to the other side. more »»

A haunting or a visit?

October 6, 2013 When we hear the word paranormal, we automatically think about visitations from spirits who have crossed over to the other side. more »»

Fire power

September 15, 2013 I love fall. I love candles. I love pretty things. With that being said, it was very easy to decide what my fall Tribune Chronicle Pinterest story would be about — fall candles and arrangements. more »»

Rules of the road

September 8, 2013 As new drivers, we are taught traffic laws and violations. more »»

Take me out to the ballgame

September 1, 2013 Manager George Rupinsky of Warren, far left, helps Don Rodabaugh with his swing while batting as volunteer John Nader, 17, right, prepares to pitch the ball during a recent game of the Delphi... more »»

Making the grade

August 11, 2013 I’ve always been a “crafty” person. When I was a kid, I used fabric scraps to make dresses for my Barbie dolls. I tried my hand at cross-stitch and attempted a quilt when I was in high school. more »»

Time travel

June 23, 2013 WILLIAMSBURG, Va. — I knew I’d find “time-traveling” to pre-Revolutionary War America fascinating. more »»

Stricken doctor invents product

June 19, 2013 MUSKEGON, MI – From an outsider's perspective, Muskegon urologist Dr. Joseph Salisz is just like any other doctor. more »»

Eye on the sky

June 9, 2013 As the year’s peak storm season is upon us and the wreckage of the tornadoes that struck Oklahoma recently remain fresh in our minds, rest assured that there are well-qualified folks who have their... more »»

One final project

May 17, 2013 Quilts are works of art, created from chosen bits and pieces of cloth, both old and new. When something is handmade, it carries the spirit and the passion of the artis. more »»

In it and winning it

May 5, 2013 They dominated from Week 1 and never came close to losing the lead. After eight weeks, the team appropriately named In It to Win It stepped off the scales as the Tribune Chronicle-St. Elizabeth / S. more »»

Spotlight on the kids

March 10, 2013 Although Spotlight Dance Studio teaches classes in jazz, ballet, tap, and hip-hop, it’s much more than a dance studio to the youths of Youngstown. “I come here Friday and Saturday every weekend. more »»

Chinese New Year

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It's magic

January 13, 2013 In 1917, five people with an interest in magic met at the home of Gus A. Doeright to form what would become one of the oldest groups of magicians in the world — the Youngstown Magic Club. more »»

2012:?The year in photos

January 6, 2013 Trumbull County Sheriff deputies restrain defendant Jacquavis Williams as a guilty verdict is read by Judge W. Wyatt McKay in March 2012. more »»


October 14, 2012 Walking down the steps of Tim and Mickey Whaley’s garage, a person likely will hear taps clacking against a wood floor. more »»

Diva for a day

October 7, 2012 Many girls dream of going to homecoming and prom in high school. But the cost of formalwear and accessories can stand in the way. more »»



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