County GOP still at odds after ruling; Randy Law is still chairman
COLUMBUS — Randy Law remains chairman of the Trumbull County Republican Party, but some members who want to see him gone are claiming victory after the state party ruled local party bylaw changes he made are not legitimate and members of the executive committee he cast off should be reinstated. Members of the Ohio Republican Party state central committee met Friday in Columbus to settle the local party dispute, but Law’s days as chairman still may be numbered. Kevin Wyndham, the man some members of the party want to be chairman, said Law’s position in the post is “temporary” ...
UPDATE: Sat. 6:30 pm: Five shot, two fatally, in Howland
HOWLAND - Police from multiple agencies are on the scene of a multiple-victim shooting near the Sleepy Hollow Sleep Shop on state Route 46. Trumbull County Sheriff ...
Fri. 10:10 a.m.: Niles man indicted in infant daughter’s death
WARREN — A Trumbull County Grand Jury this morning handed up an indictment for a Niles man accused in the death of his 5-week old daughter. ...
Tigers keep plugging away, nearly finish off big comeback
Experienced Bulldogs seek berth at state
The Lakeview boys bowling team is one of four area teams competing today in the Division II district tournament at Canton’s Hall of Fame Lanes ...
Clubs & Lodges
EMBROIDERERS TO MEET: The next meeting of the Warren-Youngstown Area Chapter of the Embroiderers Guild of American will be 10 a.m. Tuesday at the IOOF Hall, 111 ...
Dr. Minerva Cordero will be the keynote speaker at the 20th annual Edward W. Powers Women in STEM (science, technology, engineering and ...
Local bank stocks end mixed Friday
After rebounding Thursday, local bank stocks had mixed results in trading Friday, with First Niles Financial holding steady at $9.75 a share and Cortland Bancorp ...
Gentrification, banning immigrants not right answers
DEAR EDITOR: My grandfather Albert Joseph Bialek came to the United States from Poland (Galicia) in 1910. Per the Ellis Island website, he boarded the ship ...
McKinley House draws visitors
NILES — Seven-year-old Lauren Lytle of Boardman needed some information about the 25th U.S. president, William McKinley, for a school report. So she and mother ...
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