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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
Building inspector discovers human body sealed inside wall of Warren, Ohio

Don Walters said he was inspecting drywall at the building on Thursday when he found a human arm bone in a pile of insulation on the first floor. "We saw the bone then we saw a hole up in the ceiling which made me go to the second floor and discover the body, hidden in a crawl space," said Walters.

Quick action saves bushels of oats a century ago

The fire, but for the timely discovery by an employee and the department's prompt response to his alarm, might easily have burned for a half hour longer, enough to probably endanger the entire building and its valuable grain contents. Good fortune and prompt work together held the loss down to 10 bushels of burned oats and slight damage to a partition.

Cosby set to perform in Charleston Saturday night no indication of possible protests

Legendary comedian Bill Cosby, who has been accused of sexually assaulting more than 30 women, will perform at the Charleston Municipal Auditorium Saturday night. Venues nationwide have canceled or postponed their Cosby shows during the time allegations became prominent in November.

Duo pleads not guilty

Two men accused of firing three shots at the Pit Stop One on Youngstown Road pleaded not guilty Thursday in Warren Municipal Court to four charges levied against each. A city police officer witnessed the shooting and caught them after a chase through a wooded area Tuesday night.

Building collapses in Warren neighborhood

Residents living near the corner of Palmyra and Parkman Roads told police that the front of a building fell to the ground Wednesday afternoon. The fire department inspected the rubble to make sure that there was no danger posed by exposed utility lines.

Police probe pot shots at Pit Stop

Two men are in custody after shots were fired Tuesday night at Pit Stop One, 1708 Youngstown Road, ending in a police chase. Scheduled to be arraigned today are Juchard Duncan, 25, who faces felonious assault charges, and Robert Burkey, 23, who faces charges of having a stolen vehicle, according to police Lt.

Warren on track for district changes

Plans continue to move forward for the Warren Local district to form a middle school next year as the district deals with building plans, dual enrollment requirements and a problematic gas line. At the district board of education meeting Monday evening, board members were updated on the status of the project and passed a legal resolution allowing building plans to move forward.

Two drug-related deaths fit common demographic

Two deaths that may have been caused by drug overdoses in Warren fit in the demographic common for such deaths in Trumbull County. According to police reports, the men, both white and in their mid- to late 40s, were found dead on Friday and Sunday.

Few get pothole payments

Driving on Main Street on Jan. 3, Karen Harsh felt the impact when her car hit something she couldn't see. And when she heard a clunk-clunk-clunking sound, Harsch knew something was wrong.

Northeast Ohio under water

The Ohio River swells due to melting snow, ice and rain as the state braces for more flooding. Jillian Kitchener reports.

Police probe fatal crash

Police continue to search for answers into what caused the truck crash that claimed the life of a 17-year-old girl Thursday afternoon on West Market Street. Investigators on Friday revisited the scene at the intersection of Penn Avenue N.W., taking photos and examining tire marks in the grass in the front of the Community Volunteer Council, which is across the street from the building the pickup rolled into, Raiders Country Lounge, 1704 W. Market St. "We're just doing a follow up, trying to find out what happened, trying to find any footage," officer Ben Harrell said.

Abuse ruled out in Infanta s death in Connecticut hotel room

The Stamford Advocate reports Stamford police say the parents were visiting Connecticut from Warren, Ohio, to appear on Maury Povich's “The Maury Show.” Police say the infant's mother said the girl was found on a pillow between a bed and the wall.

Parents of baby who died at hotel were doing 'Maury' paternity test

The parents of the eight-month old baby girl who died after being jammed between a mattress and wall in a Stamford hotel early Wednesday had come to town from Ohio to tape a segment of a tabloid television show that would reveal the paternity of the infant. No criminal charges have been filed against the Ohio parents of the girl.

Mom Of 4th Teen Who Died In Ohio Crash Joins Lawsuit

The mother of a fourth teenager killed in a northeast Ohio crash two years ago has joined a wrongful death lawsuit alleging local officials didn't properly maintain a road and guardrail.

100th birthday celebrated with sisters

A 100th birthday recently was celebrated for Ellen Miller of Warren, Ohio, with four of her sisters, including Lucille Huston, of Wellsville, in attendance. The event took place March 8 at St. Paul's Luthern Church in Warren, in advance of her birthday, on March 11. Her sister, Beatrice Slywczak of Greenville, Pa., also celebrated her birthday on March 11, she turned 91. Lucille and her sister Margaret Stanhope of Pittsburgh are in their 80s.

Bill Cosby Releases Bizarre Pajama Video

Embattled comedian Bill Cosby posted a bizarre video on Monday, apparently attempting to ramp up attendance to his upcoming appearance on March 14 at a venue in West Virginia. Bill Cosby is on a comedy tour he calls "77".

Nana E. (Halverstadt) Tarleton

Nana E. Tarleton, 98, of Salem, died at 9:25 a.m. Saturday, March 7, at Essex of Salem II following a lengthy illness. Nana Elizabeth Halverstadt was born Sept.

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