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90 years of Sunrise

Business

WARREN — Fastened to the brick wall at the rear entrance of the Sunrise Inn is a smart-looking sign that proudly announces the downtown restaurant was established at a time in the U.S. when consuming alcohol was illegal. It was during Prohibition in 1929 when the inn came to be, making this ...

Robots and more take over library

Community News

FAMILY NIGHT AT LIBRARY: A Family STEAM Night will be held 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Warren Trumbull County Main Library. Participants will see the newest technology and enjoy hands-on activities with codeable robots and snap circuits. The program is for families with children in kindergarten ...

Trumbull County Sheriff’s Office

Police Blotters

Trumbull County Sheriff’s Office activity reported Jan.23-29: Jan. 29, 2 p.m. — Suspicious activity reported in the 2400 block of state Route 534, Southington. 12:12 p.m. — Emergency medical services reported in the 4500 block of Prospect Street, Newton Township. 9:06 a.m. — Passing bad ...

Ohio bill would help families in shutdown

Local News

WARREN — A bill is pending introduction in the Ohio House to protect some Buckeye State families from another prolonged U.S. government shutdown by dipping into the state’s more than $2 billion rainy day surplus for help with federal food and nutrition programs. The proposal would help ...

Dancers help others struggling

Community News

WARREN — Area dancers put their feet to work entertaining their audience while also raising money to help area residents battling serious health issues. The 18th annual Dancing for Others benefit program held at Packard Music Hall featured more than 13 dance studios and other dancing groups ...

Warren

Police Blotters

City police activity reported Nov. 7-12, 2018: Nov. 12, 11:28 p.m. — Assault reported in the 1500 block of Roman Street SE. 10:38 p.m. — Petty theft reported in the 500 block of Willard Avenue SE. 8:16 p.m. — Vandalism, aggravated menacing reported at Summit Street and Parkman Road ...

Student robots go head-to-head

Local News

CANFIELD — “Ever since I was a little kid, I liked taking things apart and putting them back together,” said Trumbull Career and Technical Center student Zachary Henderson, 19, of Hubbard. Henderson drove his hand-built robot in the daylong VEX Robotics Competition at Mahoning County ...

Agenda

Community News

• GREENE TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES will meet 7:30 p.m. Monday at the VFW Hall. • TRUMBULL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING BOARD will meet 10 a.m. Monday at the county auditor’s office. • HUBBARD CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION will meet 9 a.m. Tuesday at the mayor’s office conference room. • SUMMIT ...

Howland

Police Blotters

Police activity reported Jan. 1-29: Jan. 29, 6:20 p.m. — Accident reported on Niles-Vienna Road. 4:16 p.m. — Unruly juvenile reported in the 7700 block of Castle Rock Drive. 3:33 p.m. — Burglary reported in the 7900 block of Cherry Hill Drive. Jan. 28, 7:59 p.m. — Theft ...

Weathersfield industrial property for sale

Local News

WEATHERSFIELD — A humongous chunk of industrial land once home to a national defense stockpile facility is for sale. Mercury was once stored at the former Warren Depot of the Defense National Stockpile on Warren Avenue, but the liquid has long been gone, and the site has a “clean bill of ...

Spaghetti dinner honors foundation’s founder

Local News

GIRARD — The Lena, Mason, Christian Foundation benefit spaghetti dinner entered its 13th year on Saturday — the first since the death of Cindy Michael, the foundation’s founder. The Lena, Mason, Christian Foundation provides free school-ready backpacks and a day of fun for local ...

Newton Falls schools to put income tax levy on ballot

Local News

NEWTON FALLS — The Newton Falls Board of Education voted unanimously Saturday to put an earned-income tax levy on the May primary ballot. It will be the first time the district has tried this type of levy and will be the first in Trumbull County to do so. Treasurer Julie Sloan said ...

Brookfield schools damaged by flood

Local News

BROOKFIELD — This week’s frigid temperatures are being blamed for a waterline burst Saturday at Brookfield middle and elementary schools. Brookfield Superintendent Velina Jo Taylor told Tribune Chronicle news partner WKBN 27 the fire sprinkler system burst at the middle school around ...

This Week in History: Epidemic hits Bristolville school

Local News

99 years ago in 1919: l An epidemic similar to influenza in a mild form struck Bristolville schools, leaving the 50 present, of 210 enrolled, to go home early. The situation was considered alarming and steps were taken to have some action taken by the county health board. Owing to the fact ...

Marriage licenses

Local News

Marriage applications granted in Trumbull County Jan. 7-11: Natalie M. Schoonover, 20, Bristolville, and Kirk D. Zellers Jr., 23, Bristolville Julie M. Purkis, 35, Niles, and Christopher L. Wenhold, 45, Niles Skye M. Collins, 27, Girard, and Eric M. Freeman, 37, Girard Jenna M. Waller, ...

Trumbull County courts new cases

Local News

Cases filed in Trumbull County Jan. 12-19: COMPLAINT SAM LAMANCUSA, TRUMBULL COUNTY TREASURER vs. JUSTICE, JUNIOR et al SAM LAMANCUSA, TRUMBULL COUNTY TREASURER vs. ALVERSON, CHRISTOPHER M. et al NOTICE OF APPEAL-11TH DISTRICT COURT OF APPPEALS HONZU, MARCEL vs. JAMESTOWN VILLAGE ...

Trumbull County courts closed cases

Local News

Cases closed in Trumbull County Jan. 19-26: CLOSED CLINGERMAN, TODD vs. CLINGERMAN, KIMBERLY HARTMAN, KRISTOPHER J. vs. HARTMAN, JENNIFER L. METZENDORF, JAMES vs. METZENDORF, AMY THOMAS, JEREMY vs. SALEH THOMAS, LAMA SARDICH, JOSHUA J. vs. SARDICH, ALICIA M. (2 ...

Polar vortex leaves more than two dozen dead

Local News

CHICAGO — The dangerous cold and heavy snow that hobbled the northern U.S. this week has retreated, but not before exacting a human toll: more than two dozen weather-related deaths in eight states and hundreds of injuries, including frostbite, broken bones, heart attacks and carbon monoxide ...

Basement Outreach finds new home

Community News

WARREN — Basement Outreach Ministries, which provides assistance to families in need in Trumbull County, has found a new home. Pastor Julia Wike, director of Basement Outreach, said the organization will provide outreach from New Hope Free Methodist Church, 2250 Tod Ave. NW, which includes ...