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Iraq upheaval threatens Obama legacy

August 10, 2014 WASHINGTON (AP) — After years of resisting the pull of more Mideast conflicts, President Barack Obama has sent the military back into action in Iraq, where he once accused his predecessor of waging ... more »»

2nd-place gains in run-off

August 3, 2014 When Trumbull County central committee members could not settle on a person to fill a vacant county commissioner seat on the first ballot, I was asked who — between the top two finishers, Ken Kubala... more »»

Low-wage challenge is trying

July 27, 2014 Congressman Tim Ryan and other politicians, including former Ohio Gov. more »»

Dems may be in trouble in November

July 24, 2014 The grail knight in ‘‘Raiders of the Lost Ark’’ provided some insightful advice to searchers of the Holy Grail — ‘‘You must choose, but choose wisely. more »»

Dems left no choice on open vote

July 20, 2014 Dems left no choice on open vote Dan Polivka, chairman of the Trumbull County Democratic Party, must give up his fight against the Ohio Democratic Party and change the party’s constitution to... more »»

Dems need strong commish choice

July 13, 2014 The names of several Democrats have surfaced as possible successors to Trumbull County Commissioner Paul Heltze. more »»

Law wins; Letson’s low cash

June 22, 2014 It wasn’t a secret here or elsewhere in Ohio that Randy Law was trying to take control of the Trumbull County Republican Party, a feat he accomplished Tuesday when members of the central committee... more »»

Does the state have the tapes?

June 15, 2014 The reason the 2010 case against former Mahoning County Commissioner John McNally, Mahoning County Auditor Michael Sciortino, attorney Martin Yavorcik and others charged in connection to the purchas... more »»

GOP tries area coup; Graham backs Law

June 8, 2014 Trumbull County Democratic Party Chairman Dan Polivka will not have any challengers for the top post in the party, but there will be some changes made to the party’s leadership team, while in the... more »»

Dems lob but GOP can’t hit

June 1, 2014 Three women who ran as write-in candidates for Republican Party central committee seats in Trumbull County did not win those races, even though they did not have competition. more »»

Auditor probe will be quiet

May 25, 2014 The law that requires Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine to notify Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor that Mahoning County Auditor Michael Sciortino has been indicted on felony charges... more »»

Probe clearly ‘not done’

May 18, 2014 “The investigation is ongoing. I can’t say whether there will be more charges or no more charges. What I can say is the investigation is ongoing. We are not done. more »»

Preview of 14th District contest

May 11, 2014 After Congressman David Joyce, a Republican, and Michael Wager, a Democrat, secured their party’s nomination Tuesday in the 14th Congressional District race, neither wasted much time looking ahead... more »»

Wanted: Voters on Tuesday

May 4, 2014 Please go vote Tuesday. more »»

Dark horse holds to one-issue platform

April 27, 2014 John Luchansky is running for Congress for one reason and only one reason: to bring attention to the June 1996 police officer-involved shooting of a McDonald man in the Village of Polan. more »»

Engineer’s attorney switches to defense

April 20, 2014 ‘‘Nicole Klingeman deserves to have her job back, but David DeChristofaro deserves to lose his. more »»

Belinky led off the ballot?

April 13, 2014 Mark Belinky has finally taken himself off the May 6 primary election ballot for Mahoning County Probate Court judge. more »»

Early voting on pace with ballots

April 6, 2014 Odds and ends in the world of politics: With early voting for the May 6 primary election almost a week old, absentee turnout numbers in Trumbull County appear to be on pace to match previous... more »»

County does well with bills

March 30, 2014 Ohio House members last week approved two significant pieces of legislation — a $2. more »»

Roundtable with Gov. John Kasich

March 23, 2014 Ohio Gov. John Kasich was in Warren and Niles on Monday for stops at the Tribune Chronicle and to speak at the William McKinley Club dinner. more »»



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