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Borrowing cap raised again

January 2, 2014 Remember earlier this month, when official Washington was assuring the American people a controversial budget deal would prevent any new fiscal crises for some time to come? Well, forget it. more »»

Readiness in face of public threat

January 1, 2014 Officials in Ohio are doing their best to get ahead of the game, and are making fantastic strides in public safety and emergency management. more »»

Second housing crisis on horizon

January 1, 2014 The ‘‘Great Recession’’ from which the nation still is recovering was sparked in large measure by a massive downturn in real estate markets. more »»

Failing third graders need help

December 31, 2013 An Ohio initiative to improve literacy for elementary school students has hit its first milestone, as fall reading test results were released this month. more »»

Expensive fixes won’t solve crashes

December 30, 2013 The spectacular and fatal train crash on the MetroNorth line in New York earlier this month brought about renewed calls for a faster installation of positive train control systems across the nation’... more »»

‘Privacy’ serves as an excuse

December 30, 2013 Reports of students disciplined for taking guns to school are seen in the news infrequently. It does not happen often — but it may be a bigger problem in Ohio than most people think. more »»

Uphold ruling on cross-state air pollution

December 29, 2013 Ohio and West Virginia are among nine states targeted by our neighbors to the north and east in another attempt to burden our people with higher electric bills and our industries with job-killing ne... more »»

Orchids & Onions

December 28, 2013 ORCHID: To the Warren Family Mission for serving hundreds of meals during its annual Christmas dinner on Dec. 23 and brunch on Christmas Day at the Elm Road facility. more »»

Obamacare warnings come to pass

December 27, 2013 For three years or so, we have been warning the new national health care law — the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare — would devastate the Medicare program on which millions of older Americans re. more »»

Bill to ensure help for mentally ill

December 27, 2013 Too often, the mentally ill do not receive the help they need, even when it is apparent they are threats to themselves and / or others. A new study of the school massacre in Newtown, Conn. more »»

Pentagon must account for spending

December 26, 2013 The Pentagon cannot account for more than $8 trillion U.S. taxpayers have given it since 1996, according to a report by the Reuters news agency. more »»

Open bank accounts waste taxpayer money

December 26, 2013 In Washington, government spending is discussed in terms of billions and trillions of dollars. A million bucks isn’t even enough to merit decimal-point mention in most agency budget. more »»

The Gospel according to Luke

December 25, 2013 From the Gospel according to Luke, King James Version: And Joseph also went up from Galilee, which is called Bethlehem (because he was of the house and lineage of David) to be taxed with Mary his... more »»

Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus

December 24, 2013 Again this year, the Tribune Chronicle Editorial Board offers its readers a Christmas Eve present in the form of what we believe is the best Christmas editorial ever written. more »»

Volunteers get things done

December 23, 2013 Our area’s volunteers continue to be the backbone of our communities, and as the holidays grow nearer, we are reminded of that. We are blessed with a contingent of people who get things done. more »»

Time to fight against unfair sewer laws

December 22, 2013 We applaud the recent decision made by Warren Municipal Court Judge Thomas Gysegem to correct what we see is a flaw in Ohio law regarding sewer fees. more »»

Orchids & onions

December 21, 2013 ORCHID: To State Rep. Capri Cafaro, D-Hubbard, for withdrawing her support for “Teddy’s Law,” which would have required home schooling parents to seek approval from children services agencies. more »»

Jail sinks’ question answered

December 20, 2013 Trumbull County commissioners last week spent $5,524 to purchase eight stainless steel sinks to replace ones damaged by inmates purposely clogging and overflowing them. more »»

Strengthening families will diminish violence

December 20, 2013 The juxtaposition of stories on the front page of the Dec. 4 Tribune Chronicle provides insight into solving Warren’s problem with violence. more »»

Get real about nukes in N. Korea

December 19, 2013 The position President Barack Obama’s administration is taking toward North Korea would be laughable if it did not involve a threat to world peace. U.S. more »»



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