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July rules in favor of Ford in '07 cruiser fire case
07-27 Juror Robert Reda talks about why he voted against Ford in the case. more »»
Packard enthusiasts visit annual car show in Warren
07-24 Packard Museum board president Robert Walton and Hubbard's Jim La Civita among those interviewed. more »»
Dancers perform at St. Demetrios Church festival in Warren
07-24 Dancers perform at St. Demetrios Church festival in Warren. more »»
Sculptor creates seating ensemble at KSU-Trumbull.
07-23 Sculptor David Colbert of Connecticut, discuss final plans for the installation more »»
Salvation Army Capt. Charles Coffelt talks about the heat.
07-22 Salvation Army welcomes those oppressed by the heat. more »»
Vienna gets two 8-foot steel beams from World Trade Center.
07-21 Township receives piece of 9-11 history. more »»
Jay Macejko announces candidacy for Mahoning Prosecutor
07-21 Prosecutor candidate Jay Macejko talks about why he wants the job. more »»
Plantiff Ross Linert testifies in lawsuit in Mahoning County Common Pleas Court.
07-21 Former Austintown patrolman talks about his injuries from 2007 accident more »»
Treasure Hunters' Road Show set through Saturday at Avalon Inn in Howland.
07-20 Derrick Smith, field manager with the road show, shows some of the items available for Treasure Hunt more »»
New section of Greenway Bike Trail opens in northwest Warren.
07-17 Reporter Matt Steffy tours new section of bike trail in Warren more »»
Volunteers hope to finish Howland bike path in 2012.
07-17 Steve Zerefos and Dr. Jim LaPolla discuss creating the new bike path. more »»
Warren Firefighters battle house fire on Homewood Avenue.
07-17 Fire crews douse flames coming out of the attic. more »»
New service for Warren citizens with special needs
07-12 Warren Councilman Eddie Colbert discusses the new service the city is offering to residents with sp more »»
Friday's Noon in the Park at Courthouse Square, downtown Warren
07-09 Jim Mitrega, left, and Tim Drummond provide the musical entertainment. more »»
Howland band at 4th of July parade in the township
07-04 Marching band entertains holiday crowd along East Market Street. more »»