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Beat back to school blues By Natalie Eusebio South Range High School

August 18, 2014 With the last real month of summer settling in, teenagers may be feeling the pressure to squeeze in as many last-minute summer activities as possible. more »»

What did you do on summer vacation?

August 18, 2014 Warren JFK and Youngstown Ursuline alumni and students were among a group from the Diocese of Youngstown who participated in a week-long mission trip to Cumberland, Kentucky. more »»

Websites all teens should know about

August 18, 2014 College gets more expensive every year, and local scholarships aren’t always easy to find. Here is a list of three websites for scholarships and writing contests that might be helpful: l www. more »»

Page One workshops resume in fall

August 18, 2014 It’s time again for the Tribune Chronicles Page One workshops for the 2014-15 school year. These bi-weekly workshops are held to teach teenagers how to be journalist. more »»

Putin’s Russia is pushing buttons

August 18, 2014 Lately, Russia has been pushing the buttons of every country involved in the United Nations by its involvement in aiding the Ukraine rebel. more »»

McDonald band at camp

August 11, 2014 McDONALD -— The Blue Devils Marching Band had its band camp at Slippery Rock University last week. As a McDonald band member, in my opinion, the food was not all that great. more »»

Ted talks are coming

August 11, 2014 TED Talks are coming to the area. The Art Outreach Gallery, located in the Sears wing of the Eastwood Mall in Niles, will again host S.T.I.C. (Space-Time-Ideas-Community) events. The 2014 S.T.I.. more »»

Mill Creek’s archery camp

August 4, 2014 The Mill Creek Metro Parks held an archery camp at the Metro Parks Farm in Canfield last week. The instructors were from the Mahoning County Outdoorsmen-4-H Shooting Sports Club. more »»

Steer children clear of mowers

August 4, 2014 Special to Page One AKRON — With summer in full swing, many children and teens are enjoying the warm weather, and even helping with outdoor chores. more »»

Ebola outbreak worst in history

August 4, 2014 The Ebola outbreak in west Africa is the worst in history, and this isn’t an exaggeration. more »»

Wonders of Dale Chihuly’s glass

July 28, 2014 Dale Chihuly is a world-renowned American glass sculptor and entrepreneur. His work includes smaller table accents and vases to enormous chandeliers and towers reaching over 40 feet. more »»

Grad’s generous gesture

July 28, 2014 Special to Page One YOUNGSTOWN — For 2014 Ursuline High valedictorian Zachary Schmetterer, the highlight of his graduation party was not all of the gifts and cards her received; rather it was the... more »»

Ukraine: A plane mystery

July 28, 2014 The Ukraine has seen its share of instability recently, from Crimea being annexed by Russia; to rebels shooting down Ukraine military jets, this is getting out of hand. more »»

Marine life in Tampa Bay

July 21, 2014 Tampa Bay is Florida’s largest estuary; which is a semi-enclosed body of water where freshwater rivers meet saltwater oceans. Estuaries are very diverse on land and in sea. more »»

Neither party doing job on immigration issue

July 21, 2014 It’s widely known in the United States that we have a problem with the borders that touch Mexico. It’s an urgent concern that needs dealt wit. more »»

Unseen City Tour: Peek inside Warren

July 14, 2014 WARREN The Fine Arts Council of Trumbull County held an Unseen City Tour on June 28 allowing the community to take a peek into The Robins Theatre, a building many have never seen the inside of. more »»

Global warming or not, we must adapt

July 14, 2014 Since 1971, 90 percent of Global Warming effects have occurred in the oceans, and the month of May, this year, was the warmest in recorded history by 1.33 percent above the average temperature. more »»

Six free events for teens at Art Outreach Gallery in Eastwood Mall

July 7, 2014 A series of six programs called STIC is going to begin on Sept. 4 at the Art Outreach Gallery in the Eastwood Mall concourse near Sears. more »»

Girard FIRST team to hold reunion

July 7, 2014 A 15-year reunion will be held for the Girard High School FIRST Robotics team from 6 to 9 p.m. on July 19 at the Mahoning Country Clu. more »»

‘Edge of Tomorrow’ has repeat scene

June 30, 2014 The movie “Edge of Tomorrow” overall was great, however, the way the movie evolves needs to be changed. more »»

 
 

 

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