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3 lawyers locked in probate race

April 21, 2014 WARREN — The winner of the May 6 Democratic primary in the Probate Court race would be poised to begin a new era for a court that operated under the same judge for nearly 35 years. Judge Thomas . more »»

Matrimony: Civil War style

April 21, 2014 Groom George Brister, as a Confederate infantry soldier, and bride Brenda Hayes, dressed in a circa 1861-65 Victorian dress, both of Warren, were joined in matrimony Saturday by Edward Beers of New... more »»

K-9’s first day marred by crash

April 21, 2014 WARREN TOWNSHIP — A Warren Township police cruiser carrying a K-9 on the dog’s first day of work collided Sunday with another vehicle as it responding to a call Sunday evening. more »»

Township seeks replacement police levy

April 21, 2014 WEATHERSFIELD — Township officials are asking voters to approve a 1.8-mill replacement levy for the police department. more »»

At a Glance

April 21, 2014 Liberty citizens group to meet on roads LIBERTY — Liberty Citizens for Good Roads will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday at the township Administration Building to discuss a road levy on the May 6 ballot. more »»

Artists rally to restore vandalized David Grohl Alley

April 20, 2014 It’s a story not unlike that of Rocky Balboa: When life beats you down, get back up swinging. more »»

More GM recall delays

April 20, 2014 The Associated Press DETROIT — General Motors waited years to recall nearly 335,000 Saturn Ions for power steering failures despite getting thousands of consumer complaints and more than 30,000... more »»

Three Dems seeking state House primary

April 20, 2014 WARREN — Former Warren Mayor Michael O’Brien is among the three candidates competing to earn the Democratic nod in the primary race for state representative in Ohio’s 64th District. more »»

Southington: Levy needed

April 20, 2014 SOUTHINGTON — For the second time in less than a year, Southington Local Schools officials are hoping taxpayers will approve a 4.9-mill operational levy. more »»

1,500 fed at dinner

April 20, 2014 WARREN — More than 1,500 people were able to enjoy an early Easter dinner on Saturday, thanks to volunteers and supporters of the Warren Family Mission. more »»

Tribune sponsors Earth Day event

April 20, 2014 WARREN — As Earth Day approaches, the Tribune Chronicle is offering area residents a way to spring clean while giving back to the community and the planet. more »»

This week in history

April 20, 2014 99 years ago in 1915 l The Third Fly Campaign conducted by the City Federation of Women’s Clubs began this week and the time limit was set for May 1. more »»

Police blotters — Trumbull County, Newton Falls, Lordstown, Weathersfield, Hubbard

April 20, 2014 Newton Falls Police activity reported in Newton Falls from March 14 to 25: March 25, 7:50 a.m. — A resident at 1007 Newton Drive reported his garage door was spray-painted agai. more »»


April 20, 2014 Trumbull County Divorces and dissolutions granted in Trumbull County April 5-12: DIVORCES POWELL, LUCAS vs. POWELL, CHRISTINA ZAMARELLI, AMY ELIZABETH vs. more »»

Police blotters — Warren, Howland, Niles, Liberty

April 20, 2014 Warren Warren police activity reported March 26 to April 6: April 6, 11:36 p.m. — Police responded to 999 Mahoning Ave. N.W. for a petty theft complaint. 9:16 p.. more »»

‘A Journey to the Cross’

April 19, 2014 Tribune Chronicle / Bob Coupland The Niles Clergy Association presented ‘‘A Journey to the Cross’’ on Friday at the McKinley Memorial Library auditorium and grounds, with live-action Stations of the... more »»

Police report bear sightings

April 19, 2014 Black bears have been spotted in in the area, according to area police department. more »»

Finally, fun in the sun

April 19, 2014 JaNeka Manson, 8, left, and her sister, JaKera, 10, both of Warren, climb on playground equipment at Packard Park Friday afternoon. more »»

Midnight fireworks to usher in Easter

April 19, 2014 WARREN — As the clock ticks past midnight tonight, city residents near the downtown area may hear sudden bursts and see colorful flashes of a fireworks display celebrating Easter Sunday. St. more »»

Howland district asks for 3.9-mill levy

April 19, 2014 HOWLAND — Taxpayers are being asked to consider an emergency levy for Howland Schools in the hopes of starting an all-day kindergarten. That 10-year, 3. more »»



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