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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 Courier
Local Sports Teams: Youngstown State University Penguins
Local Colleges: State UniversityYoungstown 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
Police Reports

Officers arrived and found a man coming out with his pockets, sleeves and pant legs full of items. The clerk followed and said nothing was paid for, he just walked out.

At a glance

A woman who lives in the one-story ranch home at 191 Cricket Lane told firefighters she tried to start a fire and smelled smoke about 6:15 p.m. Firefighters arrived to find a blaze had spread to the walls and into the attic, according to fire Chief David Rea. Rea said the woman tried to fight the blaze at first but was unsuccessful.

Dinner to honor achievers

The 30th annual Trumbull County African-American Achievers Association Hall of Fame induction dinner will be 6 p.m. Saturday at DiVieste's Banquet Center, 754 N. River Road N.W. The ceremony is held every year during Black History Month to recognize African-American individuals who have had a positive impact on the community, in terms of leadership, community service or development, entrepreneurship, family development, education, religious outreach programs and artistic talent. The keynote speaker will be Vince Peterson, a Trumbull County probation officer who has worked for 27 years in corrections and law enforcement.

Karl Theodor Baumgaertel

Dr. Karl Theodor Baumgaertel, 94, of Elburn, passed away peacefully Sunday, Feb. 15, 2015, surrounded by the love and prayers of his family. He is gone from this Earth, but will never be forgotten.

Grand jury hands up indictments against 35

A Trumbull County grand jury indicted 35 people Thursday, including three people who were secretly indicted. Those names will be revealed after arrests are made.

Photoshop Your Dreams does exactly what you think it does and it's amazing

"I was running in a field of flames, chased by flying octopus. I was really scared and my only weapon was fireworks" Now you don't have to because Margaux, the person behind website Photoshop Your Dreams, is willing to document them for you, with brilliant results.

TNP to sell homes in '15

Aderonia Foreback hopes to buy 351 Laird Ave., located within a block from where she grew up, thanks to a Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership program making homes available to buyers willing to live in them for at least three years. Foreback, 25, a behavioral interventionist with Valley Counseling, is in the process of buying the four-bedroom, single-family house.

New class of Stars is selected for '15

Dedication, service before self, a devotion to their community through leadership and volunteerism, being aware of another's need and doing something to assist. Those words describe the 2015 Class of Community Stars.

Dick Anthony remembered as great newsman

"Dinner was at 6, and we would gather around the table and Dick Anthony's voice would come on and tell us the news we needed to know," Vaughn said. "He just had such a deep, resonating voice and was so commanding, you really couldn't help but listen when he spoke."

Authorities investigate head on crash in Howland

Shortly before 6 p.m. police were called out to a head on collision on State Route 46 near Howland. Hildreth's car then struck a 2011 Nissan Altima.

Tues 4:25 p.m.: City police investigate clues of meth lab

Police responding to problem reported by an unknown caller discovered some evidence of drug manufacturing at 574 Hillsdale Drive N.W., according to a report released today. "Although there was no meth lab per se, we found various components and items on the scene that could be used for one," said Warren police Lt.

Voting precincts reduced

The first part of a plan to considerably shrink the number of voting precincts in Trumbull County will be ready for the May 5 primary election; the second, less sweeping part, for the November general election. The number of precincts will drop from 208 to 157 when the Trumbull County Board of Elections is finished with the work.

Woman sues dead doctor

A Niles woman filed a lawsuit Tuesday against a Conneaut doctor who she claims doped her and then raped her two years ago inside Trumbull Memorial Hospital. The lawsuit filed by Jackie A. Cartwright of South Main Street names the estate of Dr. Waheed Malik as a defendant.

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