Skip to content

Local News

WRTA plans meetings to introduce bus service in Warren

WRTA plans meetings to introduce bus service in Warren

The new service is scheduled to begin March 2.
Comedian Jim Gaffigan bringing humor to Covelli Centre

Comedian Jim Gaffigan bringing humor to Covelli Centre

He recently released his seventh stand-up special, “Quality Time,” on Amazon.
Ohio bill would limit unelected officials from taking private land for recreational trails

Ohio bill would limit unelected officials from taking private land for recreational trails

State Reps. Don Manning, R-New Middletown, and Steve Hambley, R-Brunswick, introduced House Bill 476, which would restrict unelected government officials from using eminent domain to take private property.
McDonald’s owners donate $50,000 to Robinson-Shuba statue project

McDonald’s owners donate $50,000 to Robinson-Shuba statue project

“The Robinson-Shuba statue will shine a bright light on racial harmony and the good things that happen when people from different races treat each other right,” said Herb Washington, a local McDonald’s owner.
Tim Ryan calls for treatment for veterans exposed to Agent Orange

Tim Ryan calls for treatment for veterans exposed to Agent Orange

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine claims four more diseases are linked to the chemical.
Dana School of Music announces Music at Noon concerts

Dana School of Music announces Music at Noon concerts

The performances are free and open to the public.
After 41 years, Lake Milton Pharmacy under new ownership

After 41 years, Lake Milton Pharmacy under new ownership

“It was our great fortune to find a qualified and caring person to continue our legacy as an independent pharmacy,” former owner Marshall Wexler said.
Your Morning Matters: Was your party THAT super?

Your Morning Matters: Was your party THAT super?

A firearms business whose owner is under federal indictment for selling high-powered firearms to illegal buyers in Mexico claims he was scammed on the auction of a military-grade machine gun.
Carmella Williams puts customers first through products and advocacy

Carmella Williams puts customers first through products and advocacy

She is an advocate of changing the societal view of natural, textured and curly hair by helping women understand that all aspects of their natural selves are “perfect and beautiful.”
Black History Month event&nbsp;<div>to feature artists Amber Ford, Antwoine Washington</div>

Black History Month event 
to feature artists Amber Ford, Antwoine Washington

Both artists’ work will be displayed in Bliss Hall until Feb. 28.