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Things to mark your calendar

September 24, 2012 It’s almost that time of year again. It’s time to make a difference. The fourth Saturday in October is just around the corner, and that means it is time for another Make A Difference Day. more »»

Writing shines light on dark roads

September 16, 2012 In my column on July 15, I wrote about the Ohio State Highway Patrol attempting to address the rise in vehicle accident deaths. more »»

Shale ‘infancy stage’ already big

September 9, 2012 The impact of gas and oil drilling related to the Marcellus and Utica shale fields is on its way. For evidence, just look at the turnout for the Youngstown Ohio Utica & Natural Gas (Y.O.U.N.G. more »»

No holiday from OVI checkpoints

September 3, 2012 I am not a supporter of OVI checkpoints, but I realize in today’s society they are necessary. I was in one the other day, and was waved right on through. But I still found it annoying. more »»

Shale Play poised to cover progress

August 26, 2012 Driving down state Route 7 between East Liverpool and Steubenville last week, I kept noticing them. They came one after another, sometimes two or three at a time. more »»

Shale executive a good sign

August 19, 2012 I guess you could call him the first executive on the ground in Trumbull County for BP shale play. more »»

Jobs coming with shale boom

August 5, 2012 I don’t know what to think about a comment I keep hearing regarding the shale boom that is coming to the area. more »»

United Way decision no surprise

July 29, 2012 It came as no surprise to me that a proposal to dissolve the United Way of Trumbull County faile. more »»

Some facts about fracking

July 22, 2012 The other day a neighbor asked me if I knew anything about the new regulations regarding hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, of the Marcellus and Utica shales. more »»

Responses show concern for safety

July 15, 2012 In my column last week I wrote about the Ohio State Highway Patrol attempting to address the rise in vehicle accident deaths. more »»

Don’t keep highway tragedies in the news

July 8, 2012 I’m seeing too many emails from Brian Holt. more »»

Transition period for grads

June 25, 2012 As spring has turned into summer, hundreds of students in the area have graduated college and high school. That means many of them will be going to work or continuing their education in the fall. more »»

Transition period for grads

June 24, 2012 As spring has turned into summer, hundreds of students in the area have graduated college and high school. That means many of them will be going to work or continuing their education in the fall. more »»

Accident a case of bad timing

June 10, 2012 Some things are just hard to figure out. When bad luck and bad timing get together, sometimes things get ugly. more »»

Parlor bust no surprise for many

June 3, 2012 It should come as no surprise that investigators with the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation raided eight massage parlors in the city of Warren, and it should come as no... more »»

Keeping motorcycle safety in mind

May 20, 2012 There was an interesting motorcycle ride held Saturday to promote Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. more »»

Tribune staffers should be proud

May 13, 2012 Congratulations to Tribune Chronicle staffers who won awards Sunday — 15 in all — in the annual Associated Press Society of Ohio contest. An awards luncheon was held in Columbus. more »»

Bicentennial picking up steam

April 29, 2012 Earlier this month, we had our fourth Meet the Editors night. This one was in Johnston. more »»

Earth Day: We’ve come a long way

April 22, 2012 The Tribune again this year did its part to mark the observance. We had our annual Earth Day recycling collection event Friday and Saturday in the newspaper’s parking lot at the rear of the buildin. more »»

Shale developments intrigue

April 8, 2012 I continue to be surprised every time I read news about oil and gas production from the Utica Shale formation. The most recent numbers released last week raised an eyebrow. more »»

 
 

 

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