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Memories of family cabin

March 29, 2013 The cabin near the top of Laurel Ridge in western Pennsylvania was a real find for us, a treasure enjoyed by many of our friends and family over a number of years. more »»

Senior News

March 29, 2013 MATWICH CELEBRATES: For 92-year-old Ray Matwich, going downhill is a good thing — the faster, the better. more »»

Cabin fosters memories

March 8, 2013 One summer evening in about 1969, our friends from Wales said, “Why don’t we go somewhere for the Fourth of July weekend?” So we made some telephone calls and found that a cabin that I was introduce... more »»

Senior News

March 8, 2013 TMH RETIREES TO MEET: A luncheon meeting of the Trumbull Memorial Hospital Retirees Club will be held at 11:30 a.m. Monday at the Buena Vista Cafe in Warren. more »»

Small towns, big benefits

March 1, 2013 Growing up in the small town of North Bloomfield was an important part of my early life and will always be with me. more »»

Senior News

March 1, 2013 NILES SCOPE TO HOST WREATH PROJECT: The Niles SCOPE Senior Center will be holding a wreath making project from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Thursday, and includes a lite lunch. The theme is “spring. more »»

Ins and outs of the outhouse

February 22, 2013 I was born and raised in a tiny village called Bridgeburg, some five miles north of Kittanning, Pa., along the winding Allegheny River. more »»

Cautionary winter tales

January 25, 2013 It was a bleak and sunless day when I found myself near the center of an ice-covered, partially frozen pond about the size of a football field. I was 7 years old, on my way home from school. more »»

Senior News

January 25, 2013 HOSPITAL RETIREES TO MEET: St. Joseph Hospital retirees will meet at 9:30 a.m. Monday at the Wayside restaurant in Champion. Bring a nonperishable food item to be donated to Warren Family Mission. more »»

A caring call

January 18, 2013 According to Liberty Township police Chief Rich Tisone, it was the death of an elderly woman in 2008 that prompted the township to start a senior watch progra. more »»

Silos stand tall

January 18, 2013 Two weeks ago at the Trumbull County Food and Agriculture Breakfast, I was visiting with friends Bud and Betty Ogilbee from Kinsman. They asked why I didn’t write an article about silos. more »»

Senior News

January 18, 2013 RETIREES TO MEET: Packard Electric and Delphi packard Local 717 Retirees will meet at 10:30 a.m. Jan. 23 at Local 717’s Union Hall, 2950 Sferra Ave., Warren, Warren Commerce Par. more »»

Great-grandparents make a difference

January 4, 2013 MECCA — For many grandparents and great-grandparents, helping to raise or even raising their grandchildren and great-grandchildren is becoming more and more common. more »»

Traditions can span generations

January 4, 2013 The word “tannenbaum” comes from 16th century Germany, and though it has changed its meaning several times, constancy and faithfulness are what it symbolizes to most of us. more »»

Senior News

January 4, 2013 HOWLAND RETIREES PLAN MEETING: Howland Schools will meet for the first meeting of 2013 at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Enzo’s. All classified and nonclassified retirees, spouses and guests are welcom. more »»

Changing technology

December 28, 2012 With the year 2012 coming to an end, I have been reflecting on the changes that I have experienced in my lifetime. more »»

Senior News

December 28, 2012 RETIREES HOLD LAST MEETING OF YEAR: St. Joseph Hospital retirees will meet for breakfast at 9:30 a.m. Monday at Wayside Restaurant, Champio. more »»

Christmas during wartime

December 21, 2012 We are constantly reminded every day of our looming debt crisis during this pre-holiday period (at the time of this writing). more »»

Senior News

December 21, 2012 HOWLAND SCOPE OFFERS COMPUTER CLASSES: Computer classes (Windows computers) will be offered at Howland SCOPE, 8273 High St., Howland, starting Jan 3. more »»

A trail runs through

December 14, 2012 For several days in August of 1945, about a dozen boys, age 14 or so, were repairing a portion of the Long Trail in southwestern Vermont. more »»



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