ONION: To Warren City Council for approving a sign ordinance that has angered many in the business community and could drive some businesses out of town.
ORCHID: To Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine for extending the deadline by which communities must spend their Moving Ohio Forward housing demolition funds.
ORCHID: To Bristol High School graduate Trishna Helmick, who will sing the national anthem Monday night prior to the Washington Redskins v. Philadelphia Eagles NFL game at FedEx Field in Landover, Md.
ONION: To Global Geophysical Services for leaving explosives on a woman's property after conducting tests for natural gas deposits.
ORCHID: To U.S. District Court Magistrate Judge Mona K. Majzoub for rejecting the Pension Benefit Guarantee Corp.'s attempt to avoid relinquishing important documents to the Delphi Salaried Retirees.
ORCHID: To Youngstown State University, which broke ground on a $1.5 million veterans center that will help those who served the country take the next step toward completing their education and/or launching a career.
ORCHID: To SCOPE Executive Director Ralph Smith and the agency's board for moving forward on its sale to Ravenna-based Family and Community Services. This should help preserve the many opportunities SCOPE provides Trumbull County's senior citizens.