At a glance
Police departments called to fight at bar
HOWLAND — Law enforcement agencies from several departments and the county were called to a late Friday night fight at the Holiday Bar, 2124 Elm Road NE.
A 911 spokesman said Howland police were being assisted by Bazetta, Cortland and Warren police and Trumbull County Sheriff’s Office with a fight involving at least two, and possibly five, people.
Initial calls to 911 at 10:10 p.m. indicated that at least one person was stabbed.
Bristol Schools will get boiler replaced
BRISTOL — The Bristol Board of Education this week approved a $189,000 contract with Gardiner Plumbing and Heating Co. of Bristol to replace the boiler at the high school.
Treasurer Mario Nero said the boilers will be worked on over winter break when students and staff are off.
Howland park board member resigns
HOWLAND — The Howland Park Commissioners on Thursday accepted the resignation of member James Brutz, which was effective Friday.
Brutz, who has served about 10 years as a park commissioner, said he has been named vice chairman of the Trumbull Family Fitness board and is involved with its capital campaign, which will take his time.
Judge James Fredericka will appoint someone to fill the remainder of Brutz’s term through December 2017, board members said.
Suspect shot after firing at Cleveland officer
CLEVELAND — Police in Cleveland say officers exchanged gunfire with four men suspected of trespassing at an electric company facility, injuring one of the suspects.
Police say the suspects shot at the officers early Friday before the officers returned fire, hitting an 18-year-old in the shoulder.
Two other teens were arrested and police were looking for a fourth person who ran away.
None of the officers were injured.
The shooting happened at a FirstEnergy Corp. facility on Cleveland’s east side.
Staff, wire reports