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March 19, 2010 TRUMBULL MOBILE MEALS will be holding a walk from 8:30 to 10:45 a.m. Saturday at the Eastwood Mall in Niles. more »»

Oil boon started in Titusville

February 5, 2010 The word “oil” is used many times in regular conversations and in the news these days. more »»

Price war pales compared to others

December 25, 2009 At the time of this writing, called the holiday season, the spirit of giving is in full mode. We exchange gifts and wish everyone the merriest and happiest. more »»

1950 storm: Snowed in and happy

December 4, 2009 The 2009 version of Thanksgiving was great as usual, with a nice day (weather wise), a great feast as my family gathered at our home, plus many thanks. more »»

1960-1962: Once upon a time

November 13, 2009 The song “Once Upon A Time” was from a 1960s Broadway musical titled “All American” and was composed by Charles Strouse with lyrics by Lee Adams. more »»

Holiday has spooky past

October 23, 2009 Halloween has always been very illustrative of a harvest’s end. Corn shocks in their neat piles occupying endless fields on farmlands. more »»

Climate change and behavior

August 21, 2009 The terms “global warming” and “climate change” seem to be a very big part of conversations these days, with some believing, while others will not. more »»

Old men should leave Senate

July 31, 2009 When rainy days just get you down and the wonder of TV is your only escape from boredom, try Senate hearings to really sink you down furthe. more »»

Battered bridges stand on last legs

June 19, 2009 On a recent train trip to Boston, my own observation indicated that our infrastructure on bridges is in need of repair — like, now! From Pittsburgh to Altoona, to Harrisburg to... more »»

Dressed to impress

June 19, 2009 NILES — When approaching the Ward-Thomas House, the building appears to exist out of time, not truly belonging to the modern world. more »»

Same game, new menu

May 7, 2009 When old Yankee Stadium was unveiled in the Bronx in 1923, it was heralded as “The House that Ruth Built,” referring to the Babe, of course. more »»

Read all over

April 17, 2009 When we were kids, a favorite riddle of ours was “What is black and white and red (read) all over?” Answer: “The newspaper. more »»

Everyday heroes

March 26, 2009 Heroes are supposed to be noted for their courage, but who are everyday heroes? Are they the rock stars and movie stars who usually think of their fans, but also think of themselves constantly? Is... more »»

By the people, for the people

February 13, 2009 The word “people” is used extensively throughout the history of our great nation, from our preamble to the constitution through Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address and beyond, including a 1960s song by... more »»

Native Americans in ‘no man’s land’

January 23, 2009 The first human life that appeared in Ohio was probably none other than the Mound Builders, and they probably roamed our Mahoning Valley. more »»

Do we produce crooks?

December 25, 2008 At present, our manufacturing jobs have mostly been shipped to other countries. more »»

Why not have a front porch campaign?

September 12, 2008 Here we go again! Back to another marathon campaign. more »»

Comics: A worthy retreat

August 22, 2008 Looking back at my childhood, and the many pluses of adolescence, the comic book had to be right up there as a top priority and friend. more »»

 
 

 

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