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328 Mahoning Ave. NW, Warren OH 44483
(330) 394-4653
328 Mahoning Ave. NW, Warren OH 44483

Sunday Speaker Series

Please join us for an engaging return of our Sunday Speaker Series on Sunday, June 30th @ 2pm. Guest Speaker: Chelsea Banning When: June 30th @ 2 pm Where: 410 S Main St., Warren, OH 44481 This event is FREE and open to the public!

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Walking Tour: Millionaires’ Row

Come join us for a Walking Tour of Millionaires' Row! Stroll past historic mansions and learn about the families who once called this area home. Meet us at the First Presbyterian Church of Warren, Ohio to start your journey through time. When: June 29th @ 10 Where: Meet at…

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Family Day

Our Third Annual Family Day is June 1st and we are so excited to share this event with you! Please join us from 11 AM-2PM for a FREE fun-filled afternoon with free activities, food, and more. The Warren-Trumbull County Public Library will also be hosting…

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Hefner, Ronald J. (1965-2022)

Ronald was born May 8, 1965 in Warren, a son of Ronald W. and Wanda J. (West) Hefner and was a lifelong area resident. He graduated from Howland High School in 1983 and had served in the Army National Guard. Ronald received his Bachelor's Degree…

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Bodor, Frank (1931-2019)

Frank R. Bodor was born August 18, 1931, in Warren, Ohio, to parents Anthony and Mary Kohler Bodor.  He graduated from Warren G. Harding High School in 1950, and in 1953 received a B.A. Degree from Capital University in Voice and Choral Conducting.  In 1956, he earned…

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Baker, Irving L. (1897-1933)

Submitted by Det. Brian E. Crites, Warren Police Department Warren Police Patrolman living L. Baker died on January 6, 1933 from injuries sustained while subduing a local drunk at a Downtown Warren speakeasy in December 1932. Patrolman Baker was sent to a speakeasy on…

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Flowers, Frank H. (1868-1919)

Submitted by Det. Brian E. Crites, Warren Police Department On April 3, 1919, Warren Police Chief Frank H. Flowers was with Youngstown, Ohio Police Chief Watkins driving back to Youngstown with an unknown female on Niles Avenue between East and South Homewood Ave. SE. Chief…

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Gasser Chair Company (1946- present)

Submitted by Marcia Levy Eugene Gasser (1882-1965) was born in Switzerland and immigrated to the US in 1909. He and his wife Bertha lived in Youngstown where Eugene was a machinist.  Their three sons, Roger (1912-1978), Louis (1914-1999), and George (1929-2010) founded the Gasser Chair…

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Clinton Air Line

Submitted by Mike Zador The Clinton Air Line* was a proposed railroad that was one segment of a railroad that was to extend from the Atlantic Ocean to the Missouri River. Conceived by DeWitt Clinton Jr., son of DeWitt Clinton, governor of New York and…

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Harris Automated Press Company

Submitted by Richard K. Fleischer In 1890 jewelers and tinkerers Alfred and Charles G. Harris developed a new printing press with an automatic feeder. Their first press was a revolutionary breakthrough, delivering ten times what a pressman could feed by hand. The Harris Automatic Press…

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