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Views fractious even as fewer bear arms

June 26, 2016 Look anywhere in this nation born of a bloody revolution of musket fire, and you’re likely to find sharp disagreement over guns. Democrats war with Republicans; small towns are pitted against citie. more »»

Recommended reads

June 26, 2016 From the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library staff “Superiority Complex: a Superior Universe Collection,” by Samuel Eden (Adult Fiction) Can a cast of budding superheroes and supervillains freshl... more »»

Report: Ohio slips in annual U.S. child well-being survey

June 26, 2016 WHEELING, W.Va. — The 2016 Kids Count Data Book contains good news for West Virginia, but slightly bad news for Ohio. West Virginia has improved in the Annie E. more »»

Keying in on abilities

June 19, 2016 He was born with four fingers. Yet piano prodigy Darrius Simmons already has played Carnegie Hall. “Darrius taught himself how to play the piano,” his mother, Tamara Simmons of Warren, said. more »»

Cheapskate considers gift-giving

June 19, 2016 My wedding anniversary looms on the horizon and the stress is building. I have no idea what gift to give to my sweet and loving wife. more »»

Shades of calm

June 12, 2016 Jennifer Oaks was a nursing supervisor at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus when her own health issues forced her to step away and return home to Niles. more »»

Start-stop technology too tough to tackle

June 12, 2016 The apparent goal of technology is to drive me nuts. The minute I almost learn how to work a thing, technology barges in and improves it beyond my skills. And says it’s easier to operate. more »»

Recommended reads

June 12, 2016 From the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library staff “The Boys in the Trees: a Memoir,” by Carly Simon (Adult Non- Fiction) Simon's memoir reveals her remarkable life, beginning with her childhood... more »»

Pittsburgh gets national buzz with new restaurants, old favorites

June 5, 2016 PITTSBURGH — In old steel towns, the food traditions are shaped by the immigrants who settled there. Here, that means hearty European fare able to sustain a man during a long shift at the mill. more »»

Idioms rattle until the cows come home

June 5, 2016 The guy rattled on for some time before gushing, “Well, to make a long story short ...” Well, that ship had sailed. “... what happened next’ll will knock your socks off,” he said. more »»

Restaurants get chance to grow at Smallman Galley

June 5, 2016 PITTSBURGH — Whatever the city’s next dining destination may be, there’s a good chance it will start at Smallman Galle. more »»

Brainpower loses punch as the years roll on by

May 31, 2016 I used to have a brain. I never took advantage of it. more »»

JUNE

May 31, 2016 1 — twentyone pilots, Mutemath and Chef’special at Stage AE, Pittsburgh, at 6 p.m. 2 — Alan Parsons Live Project at Hard Rock Rocksino Northfield Park at 7:30 p.m. more »»

Head of the class

May 22, 2016 A favorite childhood game set Karen Conkey’s career course. She and a cousin with special needs loved playing school. “I was always the teacher. He was always the student,” Conkey said. more »»

Profiles of A+ Teachers

May 22, 2016 Kelly Barnes SCHOOL: Glen Primary School DISTRICT: Howland Local Schools GRADE: 1-5 YEARS TEACHING: 11 EDUCATION: Kent State University TEACHER COMMENT: As an art teacher, my number one priority is... more »»

Collaring the cone

May 15, 2016 LOS ANGELES — Call it the cone of shame. Radar dish. Elizabethan colla. more »»

Collaring the cone

May 15, 2016 LOS ANGELES — Call it the cone of shame. Radar dish. Elizabethan colla. more »»

Color him blue over reclaiming man cave

May 15, 2016 “All you have to do now is choose the paint color.” “Blue.” But of course, wall paint comes in colors dubbed “Flyaway” and “Calypso” and “Capri” and “Sky Fall,” but never, ever just plain “blu. more »»

Always in style

May 8, 2016 In 1961, Phyllis Payne of Cortland bought a mint-green formal with hoop skirt for the Cortland High School prom. more »»

Updates upload only much electronic frustration

May 8, 2016 When I was a kid, I believed that tiny people — fairies, probably — lived inside television sets and staged the shows. Now that I’m an adult, I know the truth. more »»

 
 
 

 

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