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Pills missing from healthcare center

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WARREN — A regional director of nursing at Signature Healthcare of Warren, 2473 North Road, reported that between 120 and 240 Oxycodone pills were stolen from a double-locked station at the facility to which only nurses have access. The thefts are believed to have taken place between ...

Eastgate awarded $210,000 federal grant

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WARREN — Eastgate Regional Council of Governments, the metropolitan planning agency for Trumbull, Mahoning and Ashtabula counties, has been awarded a $210,000 federal grant to develop and implement a comprehensive economic development plan for the region. The process involving the public ...

Fri. 11:30 a.m.: Man found shot after morning crash

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WARREN - A Warren man was found dead in a car that crashed into a house in the 700 block of Tod Avenue SW early shortly after midnight today, police said. The vehicle's passenger identified the victim as Khalef Freeman, 37, of 2032 Ferndale Ave. SW, according to the police report. Officers ...

On the record – Champion

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WHAT: Township trustee special meeting Thursday PRESENT: Rex Fee, Brian Bugos and Doug Emerine Trustees: • Gave second reading to placing a 0.5-mill, five-year police renewal levy on the November ballot to raise $60,819 annually for day-to-day needs of the police department; • ...

On the record – Hubbard

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WHAT: City council meeting Monday PRESENT: Bill Williams, Bonnie Viele, Tim O’Hara, Lisha Pompili-Baumiller, Michael Toda, Justin Silvidi, Jerome C. Crowe, Ben Kyle and Mayor John Darko Council: • Approved increasing the hourly wage of the part-time auxiliary patrol officers from ...

Fri. 8:44 a.m.: Fire at Philadelphia refinery starts in butane vat

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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A fire in a vat of butane at a 150-year-old refinery complex in Philadelphia turned the early morning sky a bright orange and yellow and awakened startled residents with explosions that shook homes this morning. The fire broke out at the Philadelphia Energy Solutions ...

On the record -Girard

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WHAT: Board of education special meeting Thursday PRESENT: Mark Zuppo, Pete Cardiero, Diane Alejars, Sue Ellen Harris-Davis, Karen Thomas and Superintendent David Cappuzello The board: • Approved the resignation of Jean Rhoads, teacher, effective June 12; • Approved unpaid leave ...

On the record – Niles

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WHAT: City Council meeting Wednesday PRESENT: Council President Barry Steffey Jr., Michael Lastic, Ryan McNaughton, Barry Profato, Sheri Smith, Linda Marchese, Al Cantola and Mayor Steve Mientkiewicz ABSENT: P.J. Kearney Council: • Did not excuse P. J. Kearney’s absence in a 5-1 ...

Kraftmaid on selling block

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MIDDLEFIELD — The parent company of kitchen and bathroom cabinet maker Kraftmaid is trying to sell its window and cabinetry divisions, a move that would include manufacturing facilities in Geauga and Ashtabula counties. Michigan-based Masco Corporation, which bought Kraftmaid in 1990, ...

Sales of single-family homes overcome a sluggish April

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WARREN — Sales of single-family homes in Trumbull County overcame a sluggish April and a slower first four months to be up 2.6 percent through May. New listings also saw an increase, although modest. There were 794 closed sales countywide through May, up from 774 sold in the same period ...

Five vie for Miss Cortland title

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CORTLAND — The 2019 Miss Cortland Queen contest will kick off the annual street fair 6 p.m. today with five young ladies vying for the title. The queen contest will follow the Little Miss Cortland contest, with the 65th Miss Cortland Queen to be crowned at 9 p.m. by reigning Miss Cortland ...

Officials spar over hiring transit assistance

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WARREN — Trumbull County commissioners clashed Wednesday when deciding whether to hire someone for a day of work at $50 per hour. Commissioners Mauro Cantalamessa and Frank Fuda voted to hire Mark Hess, former transit administrator, to assist Mike Salamone, current transit administrator, ...

Antique engine show stocked with nostalgia

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Our Ashtabula County Antique Engine Club friends have their 38th annual big show scheduled for July 5, 6 and 7. It will be held at their well-kept engine grounds east of Wayne Center on U.S. Route 322. That is convenient for most Trumbull County visitors to attend. The club always puts on a ...

Good Samaritans rush to aid injured cyclist

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WARREN — When the bicycle chain broke as a cyclist was riding on Warren’s northeast side Wednesday — dumping the rider over his handlebars and slamming him on to the concrete sidewalk — motorists jumped from passing vehicles immediately and residents in the neighborhood scurried to ...

Museum educators coming to libraries

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OUTER SPACE PROGRAMS: Three programs for children with educators from the Armstrong Air and Space Museum are scheduled today at local libraries. “Black Holes” will be presented at 11 a.m. at the Warren-Trumbull County Main Library. The program will explain how black holes are formed and ...

Agenda

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• BLOOMFIELD-MESPO BOARD OF EDUCATION meeting is canceled for today. • LIBERTY TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES will meet 7:30 a.m. today at the township hall. • FAMILY CHILDREN FIRST COUNCIL will meet 8:30 a.m. today at the Trumbull Metropolitan Housing Authority first- floor conference room. • ...