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Police look for suspects in shooting

April 8, 2014 WARREN — City police were searching for two teenagers late Monday night in a possible shooting at the corner of South Street and Logan Avenue S.E. more »»

Champion approves fire agreement

April 8, 2014 CHAMPION — Township trustees on Monday approved a three-year agreement with Champion Career Firefighters International Association of Fire Fighters Local 294 that will include pay increases each year. more »»

On the record

April 8, 2014 Brookfield WHAT: Township trustee meeting on Monday PRESENT: Gary Lees and Dion Magestro ABSENT: Ron Haun Trustees: • Will meet with fire Chief Keith Barrett and members of the fire department... more »»

At a glance

April 8, 2014 ‘Good Morning Warren’ reset WARREN — The “Good Morning Warren” breakfast originally scheduled for Friday has been rescheduled. more »»

Airlift squadron in Vienna deactivated

April 8, 2014 VIENNA — A deactivation ceremony for the 773rd Airlift Squadron was held Sunday at the Youngstown Air Reserve Station. more »»

Milk drive goes online

April 8, 2014 A milk drive is under way for Second Harvest Food Bank. more »»

Man connected to attempted break-in

April 8, 2014 WARREN — A 31-year-old man who had warrants for his arrest because he skipped previous court appearances is being held without bond in the Trumbull County Jail on those and other charges related to... more »»


April 8, 2014 Lordstown WHAT: Village Council regular Monday meeting PRESENT: John Mansell, Donald Reider, Karen Jones, Ron Radtka and Howard Sheely ABSENT: Robert Bond Council: • Approved contributing up to... more »»

Mall puts on massive police exercise

April 7, 2014 NILES — As the threat of mass shootings has increased in recent years, many safety service departments across the country are beginning to prepare for such tragedies. more »»

Pawn star deal

April 7, 2014 CANTON — The McKinley Presidential Library and Museum in northeast Ohio is hurriedly fundraising in hopes of buying a tiara that once belonged to President William McKinley’s wife. more »»

WCMA announces 74th season

April 7, 2014 Several hitmakers from the ’60s, ’70s and early ’80s will be coming to Packard Music Hall as part of the 2014-15 season of the Warren Civic Music Association. more »»

Robins Project seeks to reuse former theater

April 7, 2014 WARREN — The former Robins Theater on East Market Street could become a jazz club. Or a dinner theater. Or even an aquarium. more »»

ODOT warns of traffic tie-ups

April 7, 2014 Tribune Chronicle Beginning today, Mount Everett Road under Interstate 80 in Hubbard Township will be closed through mid-October 2016 for roadway construction, according to the Ohio Department of... more »»

Warren’s general becomes division commander

April 7, 2014 With furloughs over, the men of the 2nd Ohio Volunteer Cavalry returned to service in April 1864 to find that they were now in the Army of the Potomac. more »»

A Howland native details how he barely survived a deadly Kabul hotel attack

April 6, 2014 On March 20, four gunmen smuggled weapons past multiple security checkpoints and opened fire on those inside the Serena Hotel in Kabul, Afghanistan. Nine people were killed. more »»

A long wait for justice

April 6, 2014 VIENNA — Tears roll down the face of Donna Warren as her mind slowly drifts through a two-year haze of pain and frustration. “You had to hear her laugh,” Warren said Friday evening at her home. more »»

Mayor rebuffs push for planner

April 6, 2014 WARREN — Mayor Doug Franklin still says no to hiring a planning director. The Resident Advisory Committee tried once again at a meeting last week to convince him to change his min. more »»

Boardman police hunt robber

April 6, 2014 BOARDMAN — Police were continuing to search Saturday for a man who robbed a CVS store late Friday of thousands of dollars worth of painkillers. more »»

Grohl Alley vandalized

April 6, 2014 WARREN — A vandal sprayed graffiti over paintings and a sculpture Saturday morning in David Grohl Alley. more »»

Making a promise for a prom dress

April 6, 2014 HUBBARD — Celebrating making the junior varsity cheerleading team was in the forefront of Kyrsten Studer’s mind as she walked to a bowling alley with friends April 4, 2003 — the night she was hit an... more »»



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