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Elections board changes upset GOP

February 1, 2015 The rip in the Trumbull County Republican Party was torn wider on Tuesday. more »»

Franklin says his job isn’t finished

January 25, 2015 Warren Mayor Doug Franklin’s announcement on Tuesday that he would be seeking a second term as mayor was short and simple — he highlighted the city’s recent progress economically despite job losses... more »»

Ryan to consider run for Senate

January 18, 2015 U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan is being mentioned as a possible candidate for U.S. Senate, a seat the Democrat admits he has interest in. more »»

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

January 18, 2015 Immigration could seriously affect jobs DEAR EDITOR: The recent guest column by Eric Planey - “Let mayors take redevelopment reins” - requires an answer, showing the other side of the story. more »»

Glimpse of May primary election

January 11, 2015 At the Board of Elections on Thursday, a person there picking up petitions to run for office, asked me if I had heard that former Warren Mayor Hank Angelo is running for City Hall again this year. more »»

Let mayors take redevelopment reins

January 11, 2015 The period between late November and Christmas has always been a great time to be reflective, but I felt that this year it was even more so for me. more »»

Stalled bill set to return

January 4, 2015 State lawmaker Sean O’Brien said he would be reintroducing in the next General Assembly legislation that would give homeowners some relief from having to tie-in to privately installed sewer lines. more »»

State GOP helps Law

December 21, 2014 The Ohio Republican Party apparently thought the 64th Ohio House District, which includes Warren, was up for grabs in November or its campaign arm in the House would not have spent nearly $200,000 o... more »»

Does new role signal future run?

December 14, 2014 Ex-Trumbull County Engineer David DeChristofaro has kept a fairly low political profile since his 2011 conviction on one felony charge of theft and one misdemeanor charge of conflict of interest,... more »»

No hints from Polivka about party chair

December 7, 2014 Trumbull County Democratic Party Chairman Dan Polivka said he has been following the race to replace Ohio Democratic Party Chairman Chris Redfern — someone I’m sure Polivka isn’t sorry to see go —... more »»

Brown wants new party chair

November 30, 2014 U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown, the top Democrat in Ohio, wants to have a new Ohio Democratic Party chairman in place by the end of the year. more »»

Good showing, but not good enough

November 23, 2014 The Trumbull County Board of Elections Friday certified Democrat Mauro Cantalamessa’s nine-point victory over Republican J.D. Williams in the race for an empty county commissioner seat. more »»

Sheriff’s race is causing a stir

November 16, 2014 The next election for county sheriff is about two years away, yet it’s creating a stir now. more »»

Trumbull backs state GOP

November 9, 2014 “Mr. (Chris) Redfern called on Harry Meshel (former Ohio Democratic Party chairman) to resign when he lost all the Democrats years ago. Well I think Mr. more »»

League holds forum

October 26, 2014 The League of Women Voters of Trumbull County and the A. Philip Randolph Institute put on a forum Thursday at Warren . more »»

Kasich keeps cruising to lead

October 19, 2014 Republican Gov. John Kasich’s lead over the troubled Democratic challenger, Ed FitzGerald, has risen to 22 points, according to poll numbers released earlier this mont. more »»

Falls men should graciously accept loss

October 12, 2014 The Trumbull County Board of Elections was confronted last week with deciding whether a man can legally vote in Newton Falls and decided that John Baryak could continue to cast his ballot there usin... more »»

Traficant speeches were gems

October 5, 2014 I did not cover ex-U.S. Rep. James A. Traficant Jr. while he was a member of Congress, nor much of his criminal trial in 2002 and expulsion from Congress later that same year. more »»

GOP gov campaign on despite victory

September 28, 2014 Ohio Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor met with some members of the Tribune Chronicle Editorial Board recently. more »»

Revote may not be in cards

September 21, 2014 ‘‘If I were trying to read the tea leaves, as dangerous as that can be in these types of matters, the way the wind appears to be shifting, it appears a revote will not be in the cards. more »»

 
 
 

 

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