At a glance
Paros named new CEO of Fairhaven
NILES — George Paros of Hubbard has been working as the new CEO of Fairhaven Industries Inc., which allows students at the Trumbull County Board of Developmental Disabilities to seek quality employment opportunities. He began Nov. 1.
Paros graduated from Bowling Green State University with a bachelor’s degree in developmental disabilities.
In his new position, Paros is tasked with creating policy and procedures, as well as acquiring Medicaid certification so that Fairhaven Industries can become a provider of direct services to individuals that receive direct services from the TCBDD. Services can no longer be directly provided by county boards.
For more information on Trumbull County Board of Developmental Disabilities, please visit www.fairhavenpgm.com.
Banquet tickets now available
WARREN — Tickets are now available for the fourth annual Twenty Under 20 awards banquet Dec. 8 at DiVieste Banquet Hall in Warren.
Tickets are $20 and are available in the lobby of the Tribune Chronicle, 240 Franklin St. SE, Warren, or by calling Tribune community events coordinator Sue Shafer at 330-841-1696. The lobby is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday.
BOE to meet on building plans
VIENNA — The Mathews Board of Education has scheduled a special meeting 6 p.m. today at the board offices to discuss future building plans.
No action is scheduled to be taken.
On Nov. 8, the district saw the defeat of a bond issue to help raise the local share for a new K-12 school complex.
Bond set for man accused of abuse
CORTLAND — A man accused of abusing his 6-month-old puppy pleaded not guilty Wednesday in Central District Court to several charges, including animal abuse and menacing.
Collin Macaulay, 19, was arrested Monday after neighbors called police to report he was abusing a pit bull mix puppy. He was arraigned via video and his bond was set at $155,000. He remains at the Trumbull County Jail pending a hearing next month.
The dog suffered from broken bones and abrasions, according to Cortland police. The six-month-old puppy was taken by the Animal Welfare League.
Police said Macaulay was charged with menacing because he was knocking on the door of his neighbors and threatening them for calling police.