Corvettes, classic cars cruise into Packard

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WARREN — The annual car show hosted by the National Packard Museum was back on display with a bounty of cars for enthusiasts Saturday afternoon following a one-year break due to the coronavirus pandemic. The museum partnered with the Mahoning Valley Corvette Club to present The Corvettes ...


Police Blotters

Police activity reported July 18-23: July 23, 3:26 a.m. — Carrying concealed weapon reported in the 200 block of East Market Street. 2:20 a.m. — Brandon Raznoff, 32, was arrested in the 100 block of Elm Road SE on charges of operating a vehicle while intoxicated and domestic ...

Warren nursing home sees second virus spike

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WARREN — The number of cases of COVID-19 at Mahoning Valley nursing homes, assisted-living facilities and prisons has dropped almost to zero except for one Warren nursing home that saw a spike of five cases last week. The Gillette Nursing Home, 3310 Elm Road, had three staff cases of ...

Virus cases skyrocket during final week of July

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In one week, the Ohio Department of Health reported 7,668 new COVID-19 cases and 25 deaths. According to the ODH, total cases in Ohio sit at 1,129,277, and the death total is 20,492. Cases increased by 1,469 from Friday. This month exceeded the second- and third-lowest months — April 2020 ...

Pride fills Courthouse Square

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WARREN — After a hiatus brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual Pride in the Valley Festival drew thousands to Courthouse Square on Saturday to celebrate the LGBTQ community. “We have it in the Square because Trumbull County is a little underserved when it comes to LGBTQ stuff, so ...

Sojouners learn about MLK Jr.’s final days

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — As John Rhodes sat silently in front of a site that changed America, many aspects of history jumped out of the standard textbooks and took on a far sharper clarity for him. “I’m lucky to know more about civil rights than most people do,” John, 15, a Columbiana High ...