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Fewer Ohio ex-cons

returning to prison

COLUMBUS – The number of inmates returning to prison is at an all-time low in Ohio, says the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction.

According to a news release, 28.7 percent of inmates are returning to prison after serving their time.

Ohio’s previous recidivism rate was 31.2 percent, still well below the national average of about 43 percent.

“I am excited to see yet another decline in the number of people who are returning to prison, and I believe the rate of the decline is particularly significant,” said ODRC Director Gary Mohr.

Recidivism is calculated on a three-year time period. The current rate is based on offenders released in 2009. During that time period, 4.68 percent of offenders returned to prison on a technical violation of supervision or a supervision sanction, while 23.99 percent returned on a new felony commitment.

Trumbull County

suspends two employees

WARREN – Trumbull County commissioners on Wednesday suspended without pay an employee in the Sanitary Engineer’s Office and another in the Department of Job and Family Services.

Evangeline Posey, a draftperson in the Sanitary Engineer’s Office, will serve her three-day suspension today, Friday and Monday. Effie Deuble, an E/R specialist in JFS, will serve her five-day suspension March 5 to 7 and 12 to 13.

Both suspensions are related to tardiness and attendance issues.

Semi-trucks collide

in Southington

SOUTHINGTON – A traffic crash involving two semi-trucks shut down the intersection of U.S. Route 422 and state Route 534 for several hours on Wednesday.

Troopers with the Ohio State Highway Patrol said one of the drivers was transported to an area hospital, but they do not believe anyone was seriously injured.

Trumbull County seeks

new custodial worker

WARREN – Trumbull County commissioners hung the ”Help Wanted” sign in the county maintenance department.

Commissioners on Wednesday agreed to post the position for a custodial worker through March 8. The person hired will earn $9.77 an hour for the first six months and then $10.04 an hour thereafter.

The position is in Local 2493 American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees.

Dog registration

fees double Friday

WARREN – Today is the last day for dog owners in Trumbull and Mahoning counties to register their animals without paying an additional fee.

The cost if $14 in Trumbull County and $15 in Mahoning County through today, but the registration fees double on Friday.

The increased cost includes a late fee.

In Trumbull County, dog tags can be bought online at There will be an additional processing fee of $2 a tag bought online. Licenses also can be purchased at the Dog Warden’s office, 7501 Anderson Ave., Howland, or on the third floor of the county administration building, 160 High St. N.W., Warren.

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McNally is party choice for Youngstown mayor

YOUNGSTOWN – John A. McNally was endorsed on Tuesday by the Mahoning County Democratic Party for Youngstown mayor in the 2013 primary election.

McNally, the former county commissioner and law director, received 76 percent of the vote during a meeting of the party’s central and executive committees at St. Luke’s Hall. Other nominees include Jamael Tito Brown, Youngstown City Council president, and Matthew Smith.

Meanwhile, Jimmy Hughes, former Youngstown police chief, withdrew from the Democratic Party to run as a non-party candidate.

The Democratic primary election will be May 7.

Liberty BOE, fiscal commission to meet

LIBERTY – A meeting today between the Financial Planning and Supervision Commission and the Liberty Board of Education will involve the possible appointment of a shared treasurer.

On Feb. 6, the commission terminated the former cost-sharing agreement for treasurer services between the Liberty and Hubbard school districts. The agenda for today’s meeting stated that Rhonda Baldwin-Amorganos resigned as treasurer for Liberty and no longer wishes to serve in the capacity as treasurer of both districts.

Other items on the agenda include supplemental contracts for football, softball, basketball and track coaches; a purchase exceeding $5,000 for computer software; approval of the fiscal year 2014 tax budget; and necessary tax levies to be certified to the county auditor.

Man is sentenced for Youngstown shooting

YOUNGSTOWN – A West Side man was sentenced to eight years in prison Tuesday by Mahoning County Common Pleas Judge R. Scott Krichbaum for a Sept. 30 shooting on the South Side.

Michael Anderson Jr., 18, of North Brockway Avenue, entered a guilty plea in December to a count of felonious assault and discharging a firearm into a habitation as well as specifications that a firearm was used to commit the crimes.

Police say Anderson shot 21-year-old Jajuan Adkins-Holland about 1 a.m. Sept. 30 at the victim’s home on East Avondale Avenue. Adkins-Holland was shot in the groin after the two argued over a woman, police reports state.

Meeting to highlight land bank possibilities

WARREN -Warren’s Community Development Committee will meet at 5:30 p.m. today in the caucus room at municipal justice building for a discussion on how city residents and investors can purchase a home through the Trumbull County Land Bank.

Speakers are Mike Robinson of the Trumbull County Treasurer’s Office and George Piscalko of the Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership.

Woman’s phone stolen on drug-buying run

YOUNGSTOWN – A woman who said she took her two kids with her as she went with a man who wanted to buy drugs was punched and had her phone taken early Tuesday morning on the North Side.

Wanda Johnson, 27, told police she went with the man as the man went to buy drugs about 12:40 a.m. They argued in a car, and she pulled over and told him to get out in the 800 block of Madison Avenue. Instead, the man punched Johnson and also hit her 9-year-old daughter, took her phone and ran away, the police report states.

Johnson saw several Youngstown State University police cruisers in the parking lot of the Cafaro House on campus and went there, the report states. YSU police then called city police to take a report.

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Warren police probe shootings on Monday

WARREN – Police are investigating a Monday afternoon shooting in which two people may have been wounded.

Warren police Chief Timothy Bowers said one person was taken to a local hospital to be treated for a gunshot wound to the leg. The injury did not appear to be life threatening, he said. Officers reported that a second person may have also been shot.

The shooting took place about 2 p.m. However, police said it was not clear where the incident took place. No other details were available.

Meanwhile, police continued investigating a shooting on Friday that left Desmond L. Talley, 35, 627 W. Park Drive S.W., with a gunshot wound to his pelvic area.

Police were called to Trumbull Memorial Hospital about 7 a.m. in reference to the shooting, according to a police report. Police said they believe the shooting took place at a residence on Garden Street N.W.

An update on Talley’s condition was not available. However, police said they did not believe his injury was life threatening.

One person files as write-in candidate

WARREN – One person has filed as a write-in candidate in the May 7 Democrat primary election.

Amanda Teutsch is running for treasurer in Girard. Monday at 4 p.m. was the deadline for write-in candidates to file with the Trumbull County Board of Elections.

There are no other candidates in the treasurer’s race. To win and advance to the Nov. 5 election, Teutsch must receive 50 votes, the same number of valid petition signatures she would have needed to have her name appear on the ballot.

A man who filed to run in the race, Mark Zuppo, did not have enough signatures on his petition so his candidacy was rejected by the elections board.

The seat is open because treasurer John Moliterno is leaving to run for an at-large seat on City Council. Three candidates are running for three available at-large positions.

Teutsch is a former reporter for the Tribune Chronicle.

Facebook rumor prompts calls to police

SALEM – Police here charged a Youngstown man with obstruction of official business and drug paraphernalia after a foot pursuit ended Saturday with the suspect being Tasered.

The chase attracted the attention of Salem residents and forced police to quell a rumor that there was a shooting in the park.

Officers even posted a message on the City of Salem Police Department Facebook page, noting that “contrary to third party reports on Facebook there was NOT a shooting in Salem last night.”

Maurice Brooks, 26, was charged with the misdemeanors and released on his own recognizance, but the report said additional charges may be pending upon further investigation. He was taken into custody at the intersection of East Pershing Street and South Union Avenue.

Sgt. John Scheets explained that when a Taser is deployed, it makes a popping sound, and that is likely what residents heard at the time of the incident shortly after 5:45 p.m. Saturday.

A Taser fires dart-like electrodes still attached to the device which then attach to the target, temporarily incapacitating the person with a shock.

Portion of U.S. 422 closing for bridge work

WARREN – U.S. Route 422 approximately one mile east of state Route 5 / 82 will be closed nightly March 4 to 8 for bridge beam placement. These closures will be from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. The detour will be state Route 5 to state Route 45.

This work is part of a $5.2 million bridge replacement and widening project on U.S. 422 over the Mahoning River.

The entire project is scheduled to be complete by late October 2013.

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Southington BOE

to name new member

SOUTHINGTON – Southington Board of Education will hold a special meeting at 6 p.m. today in the school complex’s library to appoint a new board member.

The appointee will fill the remainder of board member Tim Arbogast’s term. Arbogast is moving from the district and resigned his board seat.

The board also is scheduled to divide a third-grade class and approve a monument sign for the Donaldson family who provided land for the new school complex off state Route 534.

Commissioners meet

on museum’s grant

WARREN – Trumbull County commissioners will hold a special meeting at 10:30 a.m. today in the commissioners hearing room to discuss the Cleveland Museum of Natural History’s grant application for Clean Ohio Funds.

The museum is seeking the funds through the Ohio Public Works Commission to purchase and conserve a portion of two tracts of land known as the Mud Run Slump Protection Project.

The site is adjacent to the Grand River Wildlife Area in the watershed of the Grand River in Farmington Township.

The commissioners will also act on other business at the meeting.

Report: fights up

at private prison

A new report says fights and disturbances have increased at a now privatized state prison in northeast Ohio.

The Correctional Institutions Inspection Committee’s report documents findings from a surprise committee visit last month to the Lake Erie Correctional Institution in Conneaut.

The report says the committee found a high presence of gang activity, illegal substance abuse and frequent extortion among other problems. The report also says prison staff hesitated to use appropriate force and noted low staff morale.

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YSU will give honorary

degree to Ed O’Neill

YOUNGSTOWN – A television star will visit the Youngstown State University campus for spring commencement.

Youngstown native Ed O’Neill, who stars in the hit television show “Modern Family,” will attend YSU’s commencement at 10 a.m. May 18, where he will receive an honorary Doctor of Arts degree. His credits also include starring on the long-running series ”Married … With Children.”

Tickets are required to attend the ceremony and will be given to about 1,000 undergraduate students who will receive diplomas at the ceremony.

YSU president Cynthia E. Anderson, who retires June 30, will speak during the afternoon commencement at 2:30 p.m., at which 200 graduate students will receive degrees. Tickets are not required for the afternoon ceremony.

O’Neill, 66, attended Ursuline High School, YSU and The Ohio State University.

Purse-snatching suspect

sought by Warren police

WARREN – A security camera captured an image of the man police believe stole a woman’s purse earlier this month.

According to police, a 67-year-old woman was in front of the Giant Eagle on Elm Road about 2 p.m. Feb. 9 when a man took her purse. The woman told police the man was with another man and they left in a silver Pontiac G6.

Police are asking that anyone with information contact Warren Detective Mike Currington at 330-841-2660.

Bullet flies through

house in disturbance

WARREN – A bullet flew through a Jackson Street S.W. house Thursday, hitting items on a shelf in the living room, police reported.

Kevin Jenkins, 36, told police gunfire erupted across the street in a neighbor’s front yard about midnight during a disturbance among four people he did not know. According to reports, a bullet hit and penetrated the southwest corner of Jenkins’ house, traveled across the living room, hit the items on the shelf before hitting a wall and dropped to the floor.

No injuries were reported and no other information was available.

Ex-Kinsman library

official free on bond

WARREN – A Kinsman Free Library official is free on $2,500 bond after pleading not guilty Thursday to six counts related to theft in office.

The case of Sharon R. Vankanegan, 47, State Street, Kinsman, was assigned to Trumbull County Common Pleas Judge W. Wyatt McKay. A pre-trial hearing is set for Wednesday.

Prosecutors claim the former clerk-treasurer defrauded the library of more than $14,000 between August 2010 and January 2013. She was indicted on one count of theft in office, one count of misuse of credit cards and four counts of forgery.

Vankanegan is accused of forging checks in December 2011 and in January, and of using a library credit card for Sam’s Club to purchase Coors Light and Bud Light beer, men’s thermal underwear, bacon, turkey oven bags, dryer sheets, conditioner, shampoo and nail polish.

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The deadline for submissions is March 4. Trumbull County Woman will be published on March 15.

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Niles Fire Department receives federal grant

WARREN – The fire department in Niles is receiving a $37,283 federal grant to improve operations and safety, U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown announced Wednesday.

The Assistance to Firefighters Grants program helps firefighters and other first responders buy protective equipment, vehicles and gear.

Propane tanks missing from cage at Rite Aid

WARREN – Five propane tanks were stolen from the Rite Aid on Parkman Road N.W. on Tuesday, police reported.

Police said when they arrived at the Rite Aid at 1530 Parkman Road N.W., the store manager, David Snyder, told them a customer had informed him that the propane cage door on the side of the building was open. Snyder said he discovered the lock had been cut and five full Blue Rhino propane tanks were missing.

Snyder told police that an employee had seen the propane cage secured around 4 p.m. The propane was discovered missing around 8:30 p.m.

Trumbull auditor, staff receive state award

WARREN – Trumbull County Auditor Adrian Biviano and his staff received the Auditor of State Award with Distinction. It’s the seventh consecutive year Biviano and his employees have won the state award.

The award is given to entities that file an annual comprehensive annual financial report and a ”clean audit,” meaning the county’s financial audit did not contain findings for recovery, material citations or weaknesses or significant deficiencies.

Rally for the Valley set to support plants

WARREN – A Rally for the Valley is being held at noon March 16 in Courthouse Square.

The rally is being sponsored by International Union of Electrical Workers-Communication Workers of America Local 84722 to support the workers of Ohio Lamp, Ravenna Lamp, RG Steel and Phillips Manufacturing. All those plants are on shutdown or scheduled for closing.

The demonstration is being held to highlight the loss of the area’s sustainable-wage jobs.

Laid-off Hostess workers eligible for benefits

WARREN – The 26 workers laid off from Hostess Brands Inc. store in Youngstown are eligible to apply for help through the U.S. Trade Adjustment Assistance Program, U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown announced Wednesday.

In Ohio, 860 workers are eligible for the help provided through the U.S. Department of Labor.

Hostess announced in November that it was shutting down and selling its bread, snacks and cakes brands along with its 33 bakeries and other operations.

The program allows workers who have lost their jobs as a result of foreign trade to get training to find employment in a new field and also get a health care tax credit to make health insurance more affordable.

Burglars break into South Side church

YOUNGSTOWN – Police are investigating after someone broke into a South Side church.

Police were called to Holy Trinity Baptist Church, 505 Parkcliffe Ave., about 9 a.m. Tuesday, where they found two ransacked offices and two large televisions missing.

A back door was kicked in, reports state. The pastor of the church told police he was last there at 3 p.m. Sunday, when it was locked up. Missing items included a TV and a laptop computer, and damage was estimated at $2,000, according to reports.

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Weather blamed

for several accidents

Winter weather caused several car accidents across the Valley, including 13 in Youngstown as of 9 p.m. Tuesday. Other accidents occurred in Canfield, Brookfield and Niles. No major injuries were reported.

The National Weather Service issued a hazardous weather outlook for Trumbull and other neighboring counties at 7:35 p.m. Tuesday. The outlook predicted 1 to 3 inches of lake-effect snow accumulation Tuesday night.

Two Youngstown homes catch fire

YOUNGSTOWN – Firefighters battled two blazes late Monday and early Tuesday.

Crews were called to 242 E. Avondale Ave. about 5:35 a.m. Tuesday and found smoke coming from the second floor of the home, reports state. Firefighters contained the fire to the second floor. Damage is listed at $2,000.

At a 1341 Gray Ave. home, firefighters were called about 9:10 p.m. Monday and found the home engulfed in flames. Reports state it was not the first fire at the home. Damage is listed at $7,000 and the home is a total loss, reports state.

Terroristic threat reported at school

MERCER, Pa. – Pennsylvania State Police are investigating a terroristic threat they say was made Tuesday at the Mercer County Career Center.

Troopers said the threat was made just after noon at the center on Greenville Road in Coolspring Township, Mercer County.

They said no other information is being released at this time, but details will be released as the investigation continues.

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Warren woman reports aggravated robbery

WARREN – City police are investigating the report of an aggravated robbery on Friday.

According to reports, Gwendolyn Green, 2743 Milton St. S.E., Warren, told police that while she was sitting inside her car in front of 2321 Kenwood Drive S.W., two men she did not know confronted her. She said one of the men held a handgun and stole her purse.

Submit your news for Woman magazine

If you have information that you would like included in Trumbull County Woman magazine, email your news to Beky Davis at Information can also be submitted through the Virtual Newsroom on the Tribune Chronicle’s website at

The deadline for submissions is March 4. Trumbull County Woman will be published on March 15.

GM Lordstown hosts Black History events

LORDSTOWN – General Motors Corp. Lordstown Complex and United Auto Workers Locals 1112 and 1714 will be recognizing Black History Month with celebrations and displays today and Wednesday.

Tom Mock, communications director, said a display will be shown from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Welcome Center of the East Plant, with an opening ceremony at 9:15 am. An opening ceremony and display will be shown at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Welcome Center of the West Plant.

Ice Zone skating rink closing doors May 15

BOARDMAN – The Ice Zone in Boardman will close on May 15, according to WYTV 33 News.

The McClurg Road venue was popular for open skating and as practice and game rink for several hockey teams from youth on up to the amateur level.

“We’re going to need a place to play, soon,” Canfield High School head hockey coach Randy Emery told 33 News.

Canfield High School is the only local team sanctioned to play in the Ohio High School Athletic Association. As part of the Greater Cleveland High School Hockey League, the team plays all of its away games in Kent and beyond.

The team is considering practicing and playing at the Covelli Centre.

Emery said he hasn’t given up hope that someone will buy the Ice Zone building, which hasn’t been sold yet.

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Boil alert issued

for Brookfield, Hubbard

A boil advisory was put into effect at 4 p.m. Monday for parts of Brookfield and Hubbard townships due to a water main break.

A boil alert means that until further notice, water for consumption should be boiled for three to five minutes before being cooled for use.

All Trumbull County water customers southeast of U.S. Route 62 should take caution, according to county officials. This includes Stiver, North Price, Vanness, Hubbard-Masury, Hubbard Thomas (between U.S. Route 62 and Hubbard Masury Road), Chestnut Ridge (between U.S. Route 62 and Hubbard Masury Road), Richardson, Connelly, Catherine and Madeline.

Falls council to meet

about police chief

NEWTON FALLS – Newton Falls City Council has scheduled an emergency meeting for 4:30 p.m. today in council chambers for an executive session on the employment or dismissal of the police chief.

The village council last week took the first step toward removing police Chief John Kuivila after investigations were made into statements accusing him of sexually harassing a female police employee.

Council members have discussed steps for disciplining Kuivila, up to and including termination.

Kuivila has referred all comment to his attorney, Kim Kendall, who says she is confident that an arbitrator would ”put him back to work immediately.”

Minerva man killed

in single-car crash

WEST TOWNSHIP – A Minerva man was killed Monday morning after losing control of his vehicle on state Route 172.

James A. Shorb, 32, of Minerva, was westbound about 6:31 a.m. on state Route 172 near Knox School Road, north of Minerva, when he traveled left of center and off the left side of the road, according to the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

Once off the road, the 2002 Pontiac Grand AM overturned, partially ejecting Shorb, who was not wearing a seat belt, the patrol said.

He was pronounced dead at the scene by a county coroner’s investigator.

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McDonald and SCOPE to seek grant for center

McDONALD – Village council has given its approval for SCOPE of Trumbull County to seek available grant funding to establish a senior center.

Mayor Glenn Holmes said council heard recently from Ralph Smith, executive director of SCOPE, who explained a center could be established in the village.

Holmes said the community room at the Post Office building could be used.

The mayor also said he recommended Councilman Michael O’Brien to serve on the SCOPE Board of Directors with approval to come form the SCOPE board.

Council also has approved buying to police cruisers from a local Chevrolet dealership for about $50,000.

Bridge work begins today in Hartford

HARTFORD – Hayes-Orangeville Road, between state Route 7 and Hartford Street, will be closed today through May 11 for bridge replacement work.

The suggested detour is state Route 7 to state Route 609, according to the Trumbull County Engineer’s Office.

Marucci and Gaffney Excavating Inc. is doing the work.

D.A.R.E. officer to speak in Vienna

VIENNA – Vienna Police Department’s D.A.R.E. officer, Lt. Theresa Hartman will be the guest speaker at 7 p.m. today for the Vienna Neighborhood Watch meeting at the township hall.

Bloomfield trustees reschedule meeting

BLOOMFIELD – Bloomfield trustees have rescheduled their monthly meeting from today to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the township garage.

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Man arrested after fifth call at apartments

WARREN – A man who was warned to stay away from an apartment building was arrested early Tuesday morning after officers were called for the fifth time within 24 hours to deal with him.

Richard Kline, 53, 3320 Lodwick Drive, was arraigned on the charge of disorderly conduct Tuesday in Municipal Court after he was arrested about 4:45 a.m. at his home.

Reports state police found Kline underneath a blanket in a hallway, and he was very drunk. Neighbors in the apartment building said he had been knocking on doors and banging and kicking things.

Kline had been warned to leave the building the day before because of abusive, drunken behavior and he was taken into custody when officers arrived the fifth time, reports state.

Kline pleaded not guilty at his arraignment, but because he is on probation for a previous disorderly conduct case, he was denied bond after Judge Thomas Gysegem found probable cause that he violated his parole. He will have a parole violation hearing within 10 days.

New member appointed to Mahoning board

YOUNGSTOWN – Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted appointed Tracey Winbush, a Republican, to the Mahoning County Board of Elections.

Winbush was recommended by the Mahoning County GOP executive committee in January to fill the expiring term of former party chairman Clarence Smith, who stepped down from the board on Jan. 7. The term ends in February 2016.

County party Chairman Mark Munroe said Winbush will be a great addition to the board. ”She’s been one of our most loyal supporters over the years. It’s an honor that is well deserved,” he said.

Winbush had to step down as county party treasurer because it was incompatible with the board position, but she has taken over as party secretary. In addition, Winbush is the state central committeewoman for the 33rd District and was just elected by the state committee to serve as assistant treasurer for the Ohio Republican Party.

Man pleads not guilty in snow-tracked theft

NILES – A 38-year-old Warren man remains free after pleading not guilty in Niles Municipal Court Tuesday to charges of receiving stolen property.

George W. Fryer was scheduled for a pretrial March 6 following his arrest Saturday when he was accused of grabbing an armful of copper from BRT Extrusions, 1818 N. Main St.

A witness called Niles police to report that a white male on a blue, 10-speed bicycle ran out of BRT Extrusions with an armful of copper. Fryer, who reportedly worked at the plant, was arrested about noon on North Main Street with some copper, police said. Officers also followed bicycle tracks through the fresh snow to a Dumpster adjacent to the business, where other copper had been stashed.

Fryer, who was released on a summons for Tuesday’s court appearance, also faces a trial on another receiving stolen property charge Feb. 20.

Watershed coordinator to discuss rain barrels

WARREN – The use of rain barrels and rain gardens will be the topic of a 6:30 p.m. Feb. 20 program being hosted by Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership in the Warren Reserve room in the Raymond John Wean Foundation, 147 W. Market St.

Amy Reeher, watershed coordinator with the Trumbull Soil and Water Conservation District, will be the featured speaker.

Information on what rain gardens and rain barrels are, the benefits they provide, the ideal location to install one, and the costs associated with construction and maintenance will be presented.

A demonstration will be conducted after the presentation. Contact George Piscsalko at 330-469-6828 or for more information.

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Trumbull elections

board meeting today

WARREN – The Trumbull County Board of Elections will meet in special session at 1 p.m. today at the board offices.

The board will review Niles city precinct changes; review precinct reductions and revisions; and review questionable ballots from the November 2012 general election.

Sorority hosts

care package drive

YOUNGSTOWN – A local sorority is seeking donations for soldiers.

Sisters for Soldiers is an effort by members of Alpha Omicron Pi at Youngstown State University to show gratitude and support to soldiers stationed overseas.

The group is holding a drive from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Feb. 16 and Feb. 23 at the Eastwood Mall in Niles to gather items for the care packages.

Suggested items include reading material such as magazines, books or crossword puzzles; food items such as drink mix packets, candy that does not melt, trail mix and other small snacks; clothing in the form of T-shirts, pajama pants and gym shorts; games such as board games, flying discs, footballs, soccer balls, playing cards or used movies; and miscellaneous items such as calendars or air fresheners.

For more information, contact Lindsey Green at lgreen@student.