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Ex-union president sentenced to 30 days

WARREN – The former president of the Warren Secretarial Association on Monday was sentenced to 30 days in jail for stealing thousands of dollars from the union.

Susan Manusakis, 54, of Youngstown, was also ordered to serve five years of probation upon her release from the Trumbull County Jail and to pay $24,749 in restitution.

In August, she pleaded guilty to felony charges of grand theft and forgery, admitting she stole the money from the union from March 2012 through January 2015.

Prosecutors said Manusakis signed multiple checks during that time and deposited them into her account.

Tribune Chronicle news partner WKBN TV 27 contributed to this report.

Foundation holds  art, awards show

NILES –The Fairhaven Foundation will hold an art show from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Ciminero’s Banquet Center.

Awards will be presented starting at 6:30 p.m.

Linda Tiihonen, foundation director, said three of the 2017 calendar winners will be participating in a collaboration with the Collective Palette Studio and the Fine Arts Council of Trumbull County to submit a grant to the Ohio Art Council for artists with disabilities.

The Collective Palette Studio is the collaboration of four separate agencies that provide services to individuals with disabilities.

Trib wants your Tribe stories

WARREN — The Tribune Chronicle wants to tell your Cleveland Indians stories.

If you are a long-time season ticket holder, collector of Indians paraphernalia or have some other unique way of showing you bleed blue and red for the Tribe, we want to hear from you.

Contact the Tribune Chronicle newsroom to tell us your story. Call 330-841-1738 or email reporter Guy Vogrin at gvogrin@tribtoday.com.

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