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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).
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
Burning van found in Warren
Police found an unoccupied, empty van in flames about 4 a.m. Friday on Roman Street SE, according to a police report. The van belonged to Valley Telecom on Youngstown Road SE, the report states.Woman accused of causing drunk-driving crash
A Warren woman is in the Trumbull County Jail today without bond on charges that accuse her of driving drunk Thursday and crashing her car with five children inside. Diane Nicole Rozier, 32, also is accused of trying to mislead police who responded to the crash near the Pit Stop gasoline station on Youngstown Road SE by not giving her true name, but rather the name of a relative, according to a police report.Ohio teen pleads no contest to slaying of 94-year-old woman
Thank you for reading 10 free articles on Fredericksburg.com. You can come back at the end of your 30-day period for another 10 free articles, or you can purchase a subscription and continue to enjoy valuable local news and information.1919: Girl dies in accidental shooting
Olive and her little brother, a trifle older than she, were playing about a barrel that stood in the room. The brother got on the barrel and seeing the gun standing in the corner tried to pull it up to him by the muzzle, and it was supposed the trigger caught on some obstruction, causing the gun to be discharged.Police issue statewide missing person alert for 88-year-old man
David Higgins was supposed to pick up his wife at a salon in Warren, OH around 4:30 p.m. on Saturday but never returned. The vehicle involved is a silver 2007 Ford 500 with OH plate number CDHIGG similar to the one shown in the picture.Police cancel statewide missing person alert for 88-year-old man
David Higgins was supposed to pick up his wife at a salon in Warren, OH around 4:30 p.m. on Saturday but never returned. David Higgins is 88 years old, stands 5'9", weighs 165 lbs.Student teachers
MICHAEL KELLY The Marietta Times Emily Northrup speaks to a class at Warren Elementary School on Thursday. Northrup, herself a Warren alum, is one of seven interns from Marietta College working and learning in classrooms at the school.Two women overdose in Niles
Two women are facing drug-related charges after police found drug paraphernalia in a home where they had overdosed early Thursday, according to a police report. Alaina Infante, 32, of Warren, and Andrea Sunderland, 31, of Niles, were each issued a summons to be in Niles Municipal Court on Monday on charges of possession of drug paraphernalia after they were found unconscious just after 1 a.m. in an apartment at 112 Maple St., the report states.Court throws out death sentence for Ohio boy's 1985 slaying
A federal appeals court has thrown out a three-decades-old death sentence for a man convicted in the rape, torture and murder of a 12-year-old Ohio boy. The U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati says death row inmate Danny Hill can't be executed because he is mentally disabled.Community Star tickets on sale
The banquet will be 5:30 p.m. March 20 at St. Demetrios Banquet Center in Warren. Tickets are $20 each and are available for purchase until 5 p.m. March 12. Tickets may be purchased at the Tribune Chronicle's downtown offices, 240 Franklin St. SE, Warren, or via mail by sending the order form that runs in the newspaper.Man hospitalized after police chase
A man who led police on a chase Friday through Warren, Niles, Weathersfield and Howland was taken to St. Joseph Warren Hospital after police used force to detain the man, according to a Trumbull County 911 Center call log. The chase began 5 p.m. Friday after reports a vehicle was driving all over the road on Scott Street NE.1919: Diseases take 3 in Niles family
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sullivan of Fenton Street, Niles, were prostrated with grief that resulted from receiving a message informing them that their son, Corporal John T. Sullivan, who had been in France since the spring, had died at a base hospital on Jan. 6 of an attack of acute pneumonia. Corporal Sullivan had been in the service since September, 1917 and received his training at Camp Sherman and Camp Merritt previous to setting sail for overseas.Dogs that attacked woman are captured
With the help of a homeowner, police on Thursday captured three loose German shepherds that attacked an employee of Venture Plastics on Monday. The dogs' owner, David Hanson, 60, of Warren Road, was issued a summons on a charge of failure to restrain.Podcast: 'Keith Price's Curtain Call' Welcomes Legendary Actor and Director Austin Pendelton
When given time to chat with yet another legendary performer of the stature of Austin Pendelton , you must take it. He continues to act, write, teach, and direct.Wild dogs create problems near Warren; Avon Lake fire captain dies: Overnight News Links
The Trumbull County Sheriff's Department is warning residents after a pack of wild dogs attacked two people, including a deputy, reports say.Man reports attack in Warren
A Hubbard man told city police he was attacked Monday afternoon by another man outside a home in the 1500 block of Homewood Avenue SE. Troy Whetstone, 46, of Wick Campbell Road, said a man from Austintown wanted to sell him some antiques at his brother's house in Warren.Lakewood school board proposes selling two properties
The Lakewood school board will vote Feb. 5 on a proposed contract to sell two properties to Liberty Development Corp. Under the proposed contract, Liberty would buy the two buildings, located at 1456 and 1470 Warren Road, for $500,000. The business plans to complete $8 million in renovations.
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