At a glance
Youngstown man guilty on charges
WARREN — A Youngstown man pleaded guilty Monday to four felony charges, while prosecutors dropped four other charges.
Rashaughn A. Norman, 21, 45 E. Midlothian Blvd., will undergo a background report before Trumbull County Common Pleas Judge Peter J. Kontos pronounces Norman’s sentence.
Norman, who pleaded guilty to charges of trafficking in cocaine (two counts), receiving stolen property and weapons under disability, faces a maximum seven years in prison.
Prosecutors said Norman was arrested in April after he sold drugs to an undercover informant. A raid later in Liberty Township turned up six grams of cocaine and a stolen .357-caliber revolver.
Maplewood to host candidates night
MECCA — Maplewood High School will sponsor a Candidates Night 6 p.m. Wednesday in the high school cafeteria.
Candidates for the 11th District Court of Appeals, Ohio House District 64, and Trumbull County commissioners, treasurer, recorder and clerk of courts are expected to attend.
Youngstown man given 16 months
WARREN — A Youngstown man was sentenced Monday to 16 months in prison after pleading guilty to a tampering with evidence charge.
Earl Lewis III, 33, 165 Roslyn Drive, was given the prison term by Trumbull County Common Pleas Judge Peter J. Kontos.
A traffic stop on Motor Inn Drive in Liberty Jan. 25, 2015, resulted in Lewis’ arrest after police said he tried to swallow a green leafy substance consistent with marijuana.
Court records show Lewis, who pleaded guilty in March to the felony tampering charge, did not show for a Sept. 12 sentencing hearing before Kontos.
Historic scenes in calendar
NILES — Calendars featuring historical photographs from the city’s earliest days are for sale through the Niles Historical Society for $10.
The society plans to release the calendars annually to raise money. The 2017 calendar is on sale now and has photos from the late 19th Century and the early 20th Century, including images of the old fire station and from the 1913 flood.
The calendars can be purchased during open houses from 2 to 5 p.m. on the first Sunday of the month at the Ward-Thomas Museum, 503 Brown St., or by calling Sandy Bilovesky at 330-652-8329.
Mission sets fall harvest party
WARREN — The Warren Family Mission, in conjunction with Novelis, will host a harvest party 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday at the organization’s facility on Tod Avenue NW.
There will be food, prizes, games and pumpkin decorating. Children are encouraged to wear non-scary costumes.
Space is limited and registration is required by calling 330-394-5437 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. today and Wednesday. When registering, the mission will need the child’s name, age, shirt size, gender and the number of adults attending.
Also during the event, Novelis will doing an aluminum can recycling collection, with all proceeds going to the Warren Family Mission’s Community Outreach Building. Cans will be collected through Oct. 30.