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Ephraim Quinby founded the town of Warren in 1798. He named the town after the town's surveyor, Moses Warren. It became a center of trade for nearby farmers. Warren has been home to actress Catherine Bach ("Daisy Duke" in The Dukes of Hazzard), director Chris Columbus (Home Alone, Mrs. Doubtfire, Harry Potter and the Philsopher's Stone), actress Tere Tereba (Andy Warhol's Bad), actor Austin Pendleton (My Cousin Vinny), and actor Rex Lee (Entourage).

Population: 46832
Local Newspapers: Tribune Chronicle Vindicator
Local Sports Teams: Youngstown State University Penguins
Local Colleges: Youngstown State University

Zip Codes associated with warren, ohio: 44481 44483 44484 44485
Towns/Cities near warren, ohio : Howland Center Bolindale Lordstown Leavittsburg Champion Heights Cortland Niles

Warren News
Community Star nominees sought

Now in its 17th year, the Community Stars program celebrates volunteers who go above and beyond to make a significant impact in the lives of others. The Tribune Chronicle is accepting nominations through Jan. 22. The winners will be honored at a dinner in March and will be featured in a special section of the Tribune Chronicle.

Church offers basement for YMCA

The room was to be free to all young men of the city without regard to church. As there was no room in the city used for such purposes, the young men were expected to a The transportation committee of the Board of Trade in a communication to the City Council and County Commissioners, protested strongly against a proposed franchise for the M.V. Lines.

Warren man faces gun charges

A Warren man pleaded not guilty Wednesday to two felony gun charges after a police officer spotted him pointing to his left side as he walked Tuesday afternoon in front of Warren G. Harding High School on Elm Road, a police report states. Cameron Rogers, 31, Parkman Road NW, was arraigned before Warren Municipal Judge Terry F. Ivanchak, who released the defendant on a $20,000 signature bond.

Warren board organizes for 2018

Warren Local Schools started the year by welcoming one new board member, swearing in two incumbents and electing a veteran board member as president, after which the board began planning for the district's post-bond future. Bob Allen, Bob Crum and newcomer Debbie Proctor were sworn in as board members Tuesday night, joining Sidney Brackenridge and Debbie West to form the district's board for the next two years.

Meet the new 2018 members of the Disney Parks Moms Panel

The Disney Parks Moms Panel is a project we've been closely following since its launch 11 years ago. The panel now covers a lot more than just Walt Disney World too.

Nominees sought for Community Star award

Now in its 17th year, the Community Stars program celebrates volunteers who go above and beyond to make a significant impact in the lives of others. The Tribune Chronicle is accepting nominations through Jan. 22. The winners will be honored at a dinner in March and will be featured in a special section of the Tribune Chronicle.

Man gets 4 years in Fastway robbery

A Warren man Thursday was sentenced to four years behind bars after pleading guilty to a charge of aggravated robbery with a specification that he used a firearm while committing a felony. Timmon D. Wade, 25, 425 Southern Blvd. NW, has been held at the Trumbull County Jail since he was arrested on the aggravated robbery charge Aug. 19, according to jail and court records.

Trumbull grand jury hands up indictments against 26 people

A Trumbull County grand jury Wednesday issued indictments against 26 people. The defendants are scheduled to be arraigned 11 a.m. Jan. 12 before Trumbull County Common Pleas Court Judge W. Wyatt McKay.

Two vacancies on port authority

Those interested can send or drop off current resumes and a letters of intent to the commissioners by Jan. 17 on the fifth floor of the county administration building, 160 High St. NW, Warren, OH 44481. The port authority was created to oversee the Youngstown Warren Regional Airport and is comprised of four members from Trumbull County and four members from Mahoning County.

Paris Hilton to wed former UT student

Paris Hilton is set to marry Ohio-native Chris Zylka after he proposed to her in Aspen, according to CNN. Zylka was born in Warren, Ohio and attended Howland High School as well as the University of Toledo.

Way out

As Prince's art director, Michael Van Huffel became used to working at all times of day or night. But 10 years ago the debilitating neuroimmune condition ME left him barely able to move - since then he has had to find very different ways of making art, within the boundaries of a one-room apartment.

Community Star nominees sought

Now in its 17th year, the Community Stars program celebrates volunteers who go above and beyond to make a significant impact in the lives of others. The Tribune Chronicle is accepting nominations through Jan. 22. The winners will be honored at a dinner in March and will be featured in a special section of the Tribune Chronicle.

Ohio police chief arrested in nude photo exchange with teen

A northeast Ohio village police chief has been detained on a federal arrest warrant for what authorities say was an exchange of nude photos with a 16-year-old girl. Federal court records show that 36-year-old Andrew Soloman, of Warren, was arrested Thursday by members of a task force that investigates cybercrimes and child pornography.

Opioid abuse in the United States is so bad it is lowering our life...

An image of the U.S. flag inside a closed business in Warren, Ohio. The city was once one of the nation's manufacturing hubs but now struggles with high unemployment and a surge in opioid addiction.

Autopsy slated for man in fire

The man found dead inside his burning home Christmas morning is expected to be autopsied today, according to the Trumbull County Coroner's Office. Timothy Marcu, 59, was found Monday morning just inside the door at 1510 Oakdale Drive NW and pulled outside by firefighters, but was already deceased.

Hite a " Darno

Kaitlyn Hite and Zachary Darno were joined in marriage during a wedding ceremony held Oct. 28, 2017, officiated by Ryan Fisher. The bride is the daughter of Mike and Kathy Hite of Champion.

GM had right to recoup incentives, court rules

General Motors was within its rights when it charged back $47,493 in sales incentives it had paid to an Ohio dealership, a divided federal appeals court ruled last month. Sims Buick-GMC-Truck Inc. in Warren, Ohio, had failed to collect required documentation on time to show that some GM employees, retirees and relatives were eligible for discounted purchases and leases.

ACROSS - SOUR - SCOMMUNITIES

The public is invited to a Christmas Sweater Skate from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and 8 to 11 p.m. Saturday at the Salem Fun Factory, 520 E. Pershing St. One dollar will be donated to the Salvation Army from every paid admission. ALLIANCE - Mile Branch Grange will host its monthly drive-thru soup sale on Jan. 11. This month's choices are loaded baked potato and stuffed pepper.

Champion fiscal officer retiring

Champion Fiscal Officer Peggy Mercer plans to retire Feb. 28 after more than 15 years of service. Mercer first started with the township in October 2002.

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