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GM announces jobs in Michigan

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ORION TOWNSHIP, Mich. — Less than a week after a series of critical tweets from the president over the Lordstown plant idling, General Motors is announcing plans to add 400 jobs and build a new electric vehicle at a factory north of Detroit. The company says it will spend $300 million at ...

Rev. Holbrook marks 63 years in ministry

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WARREN — In 1956, at the age of 22, the Rev. James Earl Holbrook knelt at an altar to pray what would be the most important prayer that would set the course for the next 63 years of his life. Members of the Warren Revival Center in Leavittsburg, community members and friends gathered for a ...

Amendment removed from transportation bill

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WARREN — A provision in the transportation budget bill crafted by local transportation officials and a local senator opposed by some senior groups, including the Ohio Association of Senior Centers, was removed from the bill before the Ohio Senate approved its version. Ohio Sen. Sean ...

Religion events

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DIVINE WORSHIP: Alpha and Omega Second Day Adventists in Warren will welcome Elder Michael Tate as the guest speaker 11 a.m. today at the Divine Worship service in a motivating “Spiritual Exposure of the Dragon’s Tail” as depicted in scripture and illustrated by Tate. Tate and his wife, ...

Howland drummer helps seniors work out to the beat

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HOWLAND — A Howland High School drummer doubles as a fitness instructor who keeps the beat. Junior Raymond Murray, 16, teaches cardio drumming to local seniors. Murray, a member of the Howland band, said he has enjoyed playing the drums since he started in band in fifth grade. Now he ...

House listings, sales rise in first two months of 2019

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WARREN — The number of single-family homes listed in Trumbull County fell 9 percent in February from January, but new listings are 10 percent higher in the first two months of 2019 compared to the same period last year. There were 172 new listings countywide in February, down from 189 in ...

Powerball reaches $625M

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WARREN — For $2, someone could end up winning $625 million in tonight’s Powerball drawing. The odds are one in 292 million of winning the Powerball jackpot, a number that doesn’t change no matter how much the jackpot is worth, according to the Powerball website. No matter the odds, ...

TJX receives Army Corps certification

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LORDSTOWN — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers issued a water quality certification Friday to TJX Companies Inc. for its proposed HomeGoods distribution center in Lordstown, according to state Sen. Sean J. O’Brien, D-Bazetta. “Step by step, we have made important and efficient progress ...

Services restored by Century Link

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WARREN — Century Link technicians restored internet and phone services, including 911 service, by 1 p.m. Friday to affected customers in northeast Ohio, according to a spokeswoman from Century Link. The widespread internet outage took place Thursday afternoon when a fiber line was cut ...

Man charged after hitting worker

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LIBERTY — A Spectrum worker doing repairs on Logan Way around 3 a.m. Friday was hit by a car as he was elevated in the bucket of his work truck. The worker said he saw the car heading for his truck and had time to brace himself, according to a police report. Juwan Marbury, 27, of ...

Work at hospital delayed again

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WARREN — The closure of East Market Street from Laird Avenue to Homewood Avenue has been delayed for another week because of high winds and concerns about the crane. Warren Director of Engineering / Planning Paul Makosky said Trumbull Regional Medical Center is having HVAC work on the ...

Three escape fire at Cortland duplex

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CORTLAND — Three people in a duplex at 120 Cedar Circle escaped a fire reported just before 5 a.m. Friday. Residents on the side where the fire is believed to have started were notified of the danger by working smoke detectors in the apartment, according to Cortland firefighter Bill ...

Two plead guilty to drug charges

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WARREN — Two men and a juvenile were cited on drug possession and paraphernalia charges after the car they were in was stopped Thursday afternoon for having a broken headlight near 831 Woodbine Ave. SE, according to police. Jerry Barker, 23, 2770 state Route 534, Southington, and Dajon A. ...

Berkshire Hathaway named No. 7 in transaction sales

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BOARDMAN — Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Northwood Realty Services of eastern Ohio and southwestern Pennsylvania was named No. 7 in transaction sales and the No. 11 company in the entire Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices network during the 2019 National Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices ...

Property transfers

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Property transfers recorded in Trumbull County March 14-20: Bazetta Walter S. Malippa Jr. and Mickie Malippa to Charles D. Recser, Stonegate Drive, $31,000 Joan S. Clark to Martin T. and Jenna Sharp, Lake Shore, $106,250 Braceville Keith A. and Jill M. Gunther to Douglas W. Griffin Sr., ...

Families cross border in waves

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McALLEN, Texas — A mother cradled a crying toddler as she waited in line with 20 other women to shower. Dozens of fathers quietly held their children’s hands in an enclosure made of chain-link fencing. While these families were held at an overcrowded Border Patrol processing center, a ...

Seeing Eye

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TEETH, JAWS AND CLAWS: “The Carnivorous Dinosaurs and Why Birds are Dinosaurs” will be presented 6 p.m. Saturday at Fellows Riverside Gardens as part of the Mill Creek MetroParks naturalist series. Speaker is Dale Gnidovec of the OSU Orton Geological Museum. The program is free, but ...

Cafaro: Trump should have made a stop in Lordstown

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Click here for Capri Cafaro's column WARREN — Fox News opinion columnist and frequent television commentator, former Ohio Sen. Capri Cafaro, wasn’t being cheeky when she invited President Donald Trump in her column to “come and look people in our community in the eye.” It was more ...