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  1. Masury man is shooting, fire victimRead the original story

    Monday Jul 18 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Police identified Anthony Bianco, 51, 1314 Stevenson Road, who was found in a car near the intersection of Seifert and Knapp avenues on the city's East Side. An investigation revealed Bianco had been shot.


  2. Valley-area leaders react to recent police-tied shootingsRead the original story

    Friday Jul 8 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Recent shootings in three communities that led to the deaths of two black men and five police officers have served as a reminder to local leaders and community activists that they must remain vigilant in efforts to improve police-community relations. Warren Mayor Doug Franklin said the multiple shootings could encourage the city to move up an already planned effort to reinstitute its Bridge the Gap program, where students, particularly teen drivers, learn the proper ways to respond when they are involved in a traffic stop.


  3. West Market bridge project making progress in WarrenRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | Tribune-Chronicle

    New iron beams were erected this week on the new bridge being constructed on West Market Street over state Route 5/82, according to Ohio Department of Transportation spokesman Brent Kovacs. The milestone means an end to "rolling road closures" that have been holding up traffic this week on Route 5/82, Kovacs said.


  4. Eddie T. Ware charged in road rageRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 6 | Tribune-Chronicle

    A Youngstown man accused of punching and shattering a woman's window in an apparent case of road rage pleaded not guilty Tuesday in Girard Municipal Court to several charges, according to police and court records. Eddie T. Ware, 1182 Churchill Hubbard Road, was charged with misdemeanor criminal mischief and menacing, failure to reinstate his license and speeding following the incident, which was partially witnessed by Girard police, just before midnight June 28 on Shannon Road, according to police records.


  5. Youngstown Warren Regional Chamber will tout Mahoning Valley at Republican conventionRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 5 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Youngstown Warren Regional Chamber leaders insist each of the two new life-sized, 3-D printed bobbleheads they commissioned represents more than just another political face. The chamber is using the bobbleheads of 2016 presidential candidate frontrunners Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton as part of its "Victory for the Valley" project to promote the Warren-Youngstown area as an advanced manufacturing research and business hub "in the center of the nation's TechBelt stretching from Cleveland to Pittsburgh," said Guy Coviello, the chamber's vice president of government affairs.


  6. Teen indicted in stabbing of Youngstown cabbieRead the original story

    Monday Jul 4 | Tribune-Chronicle

    A 19-year-old Youngstown woman has been indicted on several felony charges connected to an attack on a cab driver in May. Desiree Byrd, of Rush Boulevard, Youngstown, was indicted Thursday on charges of attempted murder, two counts of felonious assault and four counts of aggravated robbery. Youngstown police said Byrd is accused of stabbing Mark Haag, 33, an Independent Radio Taxi driver who picked up her and two other men on May 16 from a home on Ivanhoe Avenue, according to a report from Tribune news partner WKBN-TV.


  7. Group of 7 miss chance at big bucksRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 2 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Standing in the middle of the Mahoning River with seven guns leveled at him, Steve Thomas, 23, refused to give himself up to police officers who were seeking to capture him for escaping from the county jail. The "cleverly arranged affair" happened when John Chaffee opened the jail door for Thomas when he said he wanted to phone his lawyer in Niles.


  8. Nomadic Oakland returnsRead the original story

    Jun 15, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    A new executive board is in place with plans to revive the theater company founded by Alexandra Vansuch in 1986. The Oakland did its last show in 2014 and vacated its theater in the Morley Arts Building in downtown Youngstown in March 2015 following financial problems.


  9. This week in historyRead the original story

    Jun 11, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Banks were organized to sell bonds to citizens as soldiers were enlisting to do their part in the war. Local banks participating in the war effort did not want to join with larger consolidated banks, but prefered to sell bonds directly for the effort.


  10. Ohio Attorney Mike DeWine is suing a man who dumped waste and brine...Read the original story

    Jun 8, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    The man imprisoned for ordering his employees to dump tankers of oilfield waste down a Youngstown storm sewer is being sued by Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine to pay civil fines for the release of the waste liquid that eventually made its way to the Mahoning River. Although the suit against Benedict Lupo, 65, two of his companies and three of his employees lists fine ranges for the violations, it does not state a total sought for the nine claims connected to the dumping of brine and other oilfield waste that happened on several occasions between November 2012 and January 2013.


  11. Charitable fund awards $298K to groups aiding kidsRead the original story

    May 30, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership and the Children's Rehabilitation Center in Howland are among nine local initiatives receiving charitable funds targeted at improving the health and wellness of at-risk kids. The fund, established in 1919, seeks to help improve the lives of at-risk children in Mahoning and Trumbull counties by providing grants that support early childhood education, health and fitness initiatives, after-school programs, parent-involvement seminars, anti-bullying measures and other efforts to support local children.


  12. Family affairRead the original story

    May 16, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    The four brothers, who made an appearance at The Lake Club in Poland on Monday to help raise money for the United Way, were sitting next to each other in the Mahoning Valley for the first time in a few years. The four college football coaches and Cardinal Mooney graduates - Ron Jr., Bob, Mike and Mark - talked and joked with the media together for the first time in about three years, according to their estimation.


  13. Big Hill to climb for Hubbard sprinterRead the original story w/Photo

    May 9, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    George Hill vividly remembers Dakari Carter. The Streetsboro junior has plenty of speed to burn in the Division II 100-meter dash as the defending state champion.


  14. Mineral rights leases near end for manyRead the original story

    May 2, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Landowners who leased their mineral rights but have not had any drilling activity might be able to improve their positions as the end of their leases' primary terms approach, according to a local oil and gas attorney. Alan D. Wenger, chairman of the oil and gas law practice group at Harrington, Hoppe & Mitchell Ltd., an Ohio law firm with offices in Warren, Youngstown and Salem, said thousands of leases local property owners signed with energy companies in 2011 and 2012 are set to expire within the next year, often at the five-year mark, a key milestone at which many landowners can take steps to establish that their leases are terminated.


  15. Canine fans use color to raise cashRead the original story

    May 1, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Children, adults and a few dogs didn't seem to mind having brightly colored powder tossed on them as they walked around Howland Township Park Sunday afternoon to raise money for the Trumbull County Dog Kennel. The third annual Walk 2 Adopt 5K color walk and run included more than 200 people, who traveled from the Trumbull County Dog Kennel through residential neighborhoods to the park, with two complete walks around the park perimeter and then back to the kennel.


  16. Historical Society hosts ope...Read the original story

    Apr 28, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    OPEN HOUSE: The Trumbull County Historical Society is hosting free monthly open houses at the John Stark Edwards House in Warren, 2 to 5 p.m. Sundays. The speaker 2 p.m. Sunday is Rick Fleischer, an expert on trains and the industry it supported in Trumbull County.


  17. Warren may up license feeRead the original story

    Apr 26, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    City Councilman John Brown is proposing an ordinance to increase the city's license plate fee from $15 to $20 to raise money for road improvements. Cities are allowed by state law to impose four permissive $5 license plate levies or fees.


  18. At a glanceRead the original story

    Apr 24, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    A two-vehicle accident sent two people to the hospital after a head-on crash Friday afternoon on state Routes 5 and 82 near the Center of the World. The Ohio State Highway Patrol said a 1996 Chevy pickup truck driven by Brian Wade, 59, of Warren, was westbound in the left lane about 2:45 p.m., while a 2015 Ford Escape driven by Angela Kellerman, 46, of Youngstown, was eastbound in the left lane.


  19. Reports: Dem winners spent moreRead the original story

    Apr 23, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    In two of Trumbull County's contested Democratic primary races in March, the candidate who came out on top received the party nod and largely outspent rivals, according to campaign finance reports filed at the county Board of Elections. Tod Latell, who was the party's choice for the recorder seat, beat Warren City Councilwoman Helen Rucker with 57 percent of the vote and outspent her by $9,000, according to finance reports.


  20. Charges pile up for Youngstown chase suspectRead the original story

    Apr 20, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    A four-count indictment was filed Wednesday in federal court charging a man who led law enforcement on a two-day manhunt late last month with assaulting federal officers and failing to register as a sex offender, as well as with firearms offenses. Luis Cruz-Ramos, 30, of Youngstown, was indicted on one count each of assaulting federal officers, brandishing a firearm in furtherance of a crime of violence, failing to register as a sex offender, and being a felon in possession of ammunition, law enforcement officials said.


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