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Recall innocent times with Greenaway items

January 24, 2016 Kate Greenaway (1846-1901), an English artist, often is called the creator of picture books. more »»

Soap Opera Summaries

January 24, 2016 “THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL”: Bill, Katie, and Brooke get used to working together side-by-side at Spencer Publications. more »»

Happy here for a lifetime

January 19, 2016 It’s nearly three weeks into the New Year. It’s my 81st New Year. I’ve been a Warren resident for all of my 80 years. That’s a lot of years to string together living in one burg. more »»

Remembering New Year’s past

December 29, 2015 I don’t decorate much for Christmas anymore. This year, I haven’t decorated at all. more »»

Remembering Christmas 1944

December 15, 2015 It was December 1944, and World War II was winding down (we hoped). My mom and dad picked me up after my friend Drew’s birthday party to get a Christmas tree. more »»

Recalling a wonderful high school trip to Cuba

December 1, 2015 It was right after Thanksgiving 1951. more »»

1942 train collision revisited

November 24, 2015 It was early in the morning of Saturday, November 14, 1942. Mike, a friend of the family’s, had been having his usual early morning coffee at the Colonial on South St. At exactly 5:35 a.m. more »»

Whatever happened to happiness?

November 20, 2015 It’s not been too long ago that the song “Don’t Worry, Be Happy” by Bobby McFerrin was a hit. more »»

‘Bites and Bits of History’ set

November 18, 2015 STORIES OF UNDERGROUND RAILROAD: The Mahoning Valley Historical Society will present a program on the Underground Railroad ‘‘Bites and Bits of History’’ noon Thursday at the Tyler Mahoning Valley... more »»

Howland, Lakeview collect for needy

November 18, 2015 BAZETTA — Students from Howland and Lakeview school districts teamed up with Thomas Shortreed and Associates Ameriprise Financial for the National Day of Service recently by collecting food items t... more »»

Primary deadline approaching, consider running for an office

November 13, 2015 Now that Tuesday’s general election is finished, congratulations are in order. Not just to the winners. Congratulations, and thank you, should be extended to everybody who ran. more »»

Autumn — A strange name for Fall

November 10, 2015 Fall. My first involvement with autumn leaves that I remember was when two of the York Avenue neighbor boys, Roger and Stacy, buried two giggling boys I didn’t know in a huge pile of leaves. more »»

West Farmington revisited

October 20, 2015 I had read a prepublication draft of the column (Oct. 6) I had written about the West Farmington farm experience to my sister, who had been there with me back then. more »»

City boy spends time on a farm

October 6, 2015 WEST FARMINGTON — The farmhouse is still there, albeit without its front porch. The barn, the chicken coop, the pig sty, the outhouse and the corn crib are gon. more »»

Hitting 80 no big deal anymore

September 22, 2015 It was June of 1939. It was my grandmother’s birthday. I was nearly four years old and my sister would be nine years old soon. more »»

Thoughts from Warren doc

September 8, 2015 Some time ago (July 1, 2014) I wrote a community column about a quadriplegic friend of mine, the late Sid Latcham. Almost immediately, Dr. more »»

Study of ‘moral psychology’

September 1, 2015 An article recently appeared in our local Tribune announcing a $155,747 grant given for the creation of an institute on “Moral Psychology and Education. more »»

U.S., U.K. politics mirror images

August 29, 2015 LONDON — It’s remarkable how often British and American politics resemble each other; often only the accents differ. more »»

El Rio was landmark on Strip

August 25, 2015 EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the second installment of a two-part story about the family-owned El Rio / Fiore’s Ristorante. On St. more »»

El Rio / Fiore’s Ristorante: Part 1

August 11, 2015 Some time when you’re driving southeast on Youngstown Road (422) downhill from Pat Catan’s at Ridge Avenue and before you get to Cafe 422, keep glancing to your right. more »»

 
 
 

 

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