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Warren mulls government change

They’ll take the issue of charter government to the people. WARREN — Is the city ready to

Warren cop to have hearing

An internal investigation concluded the officer took unnecessary action during a traffic stop.

Warren council discusses priorities

Rental property is a community and council concern. WARREN — City council says getting a

Sharks’ arrival causes stir at mall

A 5-foot-shark was stressed after its long ride from California. NILES — Sales aren’t the only

Parkman as school site is topic of controversy

The city applied for a safety grant to widen roads on the West Side. WARREN — Parkman Road is

Warren to fund another study on revitalization of economy

Council has had past studies done on the matter. WARREN — A divided city council voted to fund

Board disagrees on school site

One board member says the school already should be under construction. WARREN — With one new

Group provides help for elderly

The Trumbull County organization is seeking more volunteers. WARREN — When somebody knocks on

Officials tour areas to be preserved

The extra money will help offset other costs for the restoration of the auditorium. WARREN —

Trying to save dogs at Trumbull pound

The problem many pounds have is that there’s not enough room for all the animals. HOWLAND —

Doctor organizes carwash to raise funds for autism

The doctor says not all parents of autistic children are as lucky as he is. WARREN — A

Mall acquarium will have sharks, live coral reef

A new aquarium will provide an educational experience for children. NILES — As people stroll

Warren schools kick off year with rally

The district can continue to improve, with teamwork, the superintendent says. WARREN —

Giving kids a new outlook

The YMCA will provide more than just recreational activities to city schoolchildren. WARREN —

Are Warren concerts cutting into grass funds?

The amphitheater concert ‘didn’t break the bank,’ a city official says. WARREN — A city

Teen helps out purse-snatching victim

Taking advice from a church speaker, the young man made a difference. WARREN — It was like a

A TASTE OF ITALY Warren’s Italian American Heritage Festival has it all: Food, family & fun

The rain failed to put a damper on the festival’s first day. No trouble. It turns out there

Community considers school building options

Some residents are upset land purchased for new school construction is not being used. WARREN

Russians, Canucks arriving for PONY tourney

Officials are encouraging locals to put out signs welcoming PONY players. WARREN — The

Follow your nose ... to the Trumbull County Fair

4-H Club members shed tears as they showed their animals. BAZETTA — Be careful not to step in

The girls walked the stage showing off smiles and gowns.

The girls walked the stage showing off smiles and gowns. BAZETTA — Not everyone was dressed

Warren man is arrested in assault

WARREN — Warren police arrested Antonio Burgess on Saturday morning, after he was accused of

Rain or shine, the fair offers fun

Construction projects have been postponed until after this summer’s county fair. BAZETTA —

Protesters disagree with school board

WARREN — Grandparents, parents, schoolchildren and other community members — about 25 in all — think

Warren City Council to seek permanent tax

One council member said he thought a permanent tax is a bad idea. WARREN — City residents can

Cortland teen collects furry friends for a cause

People have already donated more than 1,000 stuffed animals to the project. CORTLAND — She

Council sponsors WWII exhibit

Warren is one of five cities that the Ohio Humanities Council chose to host the event. WARREN

School building project downsized

Warren schools face a decrease in pupil enrollment. WARREN — The Ohio School Facilities

City considers permanent tax

WARREN — Some city officials say Warren needs a permanent police and fire tax. The city has a

We’ll still travel this holiday, despite that *&%! gas price

The state patrol prepares for one of the busiest times of the year. It’s a holiday weekend,

Fond farewell for old neighborhood tree

Neighbors recalled memories of the 200-year-old oak tree as it was cut down. STRUTHERS —

Awards recognize local graduates

The foundation has awarded more than $350,000 in scholarships over the past 10 years. BOARDMAN


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