JFK grad LaMonica sprints her way to YSU

Recent John F. Kennedy graduate Antonella LaMonica overcame adversity to become one of the area’s best sprinters the past four years. The 5-foot dynamo outclassed ...

Bowden bows out with W

HUBBARD — Former Warren G. Harding standout Lynn Bowden — arguably the area’s best football player the past few years — helped lead the ...

Warren SCOPE team readies for parades

WARREN — A new marching unit known as the SCOPE Parade Team will make its debut performances at the Harry Stevens Hot Dog Day parade Sunday in Niles and the ...

Watch group to meet Thursday

SEEING EYE ARSON TO BE DISCUSSED: The Roosevelt Area Neighborhood Watch Group will hold a meeting 5:45 p.m. Thursday at Deliverance Temple ...

Local bank stocks close mixed

Cortland Bancorp lost 30 cents a share in trading Monday to close at $18.20 per share. First Niles Financial remained at $11.15 per share.

Public hearing set for proposed energy center

Local bank stocks mixed

Bad time for Medicaid changes

DEAR EDITOR: For many months there has been extensive coverage of the opiate epidemic and of the toll that heroin, fentanyl and other drugs are taking in ...

Priorities for Warren’s future

TCSO wrong for airport security

Niles considers park pool repairs

NILES — Much needed repairs to the closed Waddell Park swimming pool are being considered by city council. A study done by Phillips Sekanick Architects of all ...

Summer festival brings families, former residents home to McDonald

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