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Warren, OH

Situated on the Mahoning River and once sporting a wealth of coal and iron ore, Warren, Ohio, was perfectly situated to become a steel boomtown. The windfall lasted until the mid-1970s, when the steel industry collapsed. Like most cities in the area, Warren then began something of an economic spiral.

As the county seat of Trumbull County and the historic capital of the area that was once the Connecticut Western Reserve, Warren was somewhat protected from economic disaster by its other industries. However, large parts of the city were ravaged economically. The city's population has been on a downward slide and, although the trend has slowed, the population continues to erode. Warren's population is now around 45,000.

Warren offers some racial diversity. About 72 percent of residents are white, about 25 percent are African American, and another 2 percent are of two or more races. Latinos (of any race) make up about 1 percent of the population.


A sizeable percentage of Warren's population (19.4 percent) living below the poverty line. About 16 percent of families are below the poverty line.

Warren's economy features a heavy industrial base, as indicated in its list of major employers:

Warren is a decidedly blue-collar town, with 36.6 percent of residents working in blue-collar occupations. In particular, many male residents work in the industrial sector:

Health care is another important industry in Warren. The city boasts two comprehensive hospitals:


Home prices and housing conditions vary greatly by neighborhood. The city boasts several active neighborhood associations that work to build strong and safe communities and to promote economic development.


Warren features several opportunities to see the arts:




Warren, so rich in history, has several restored homes to tour:

A walking tour of Warren also offers a glimpse of the country's architectural past as well as the region's history:

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