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Ohio urban investment in jeopardy

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WARREN — Rules for the Community Reinvestment Act, which has led to more than $10 million in property investment in low-income areas in Trumbull County over the past five years, may be changing, but county officials hope a federal agency leaves the goal of the act intact. The act has ...

Agenda

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• CORTLAND COUNCIL will meet 7 p.m. today at the municipal building. • LORDSTOWN COUNCIL will meet 6 p.m. today at the village municipal building; public hearing at 6:30. • LORDSTOWN POLICE COMMITTEE will meet 5 p.m. today at the village municipal building. • LIBERTY TOWNSHIP ...

Newton Falls considers current rules of conduct

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NEWTON FALLS — Mayor Lyle Waddell and other village officials said residents have the right to speak their opinions at public meetings, including using criticism, as council continues to discuss rules of conduct. Village officials this month have discussed the removal of some sections, but ...

Building Nevelson-inspired sculpture at Champion school

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CHAMPION — Students at Champion schools have teamed up with an artist from the Butler Institute of American Art to create a large Louise Nevelson-inspired sculpture for their school. Ed Hallahan, an area artist, has spent the past three weeks working with middle and high school ...

Mecca reviews options after levy defeat

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MECCA — With the defeat this month of a 1-mill five-year general fund operating levy, township officials are reviewing what option to take with finances as they await the results of state audits being completed for 2016 and 2017. Township trustees at their monthly meeting said the new levy ...

President takes short break to celebrate holiday with family

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Editor’s note: This is part of a weekly series marking the 120th anniversary of Niles native William McKinley’s U.S. presidency. The week of Thanksgiving 1898 was business as usual for the president. President McKinley was still doing his daily work to include discussing tariffs over the ...

Trumbull County courts

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Cases closed in Trumbull County Nov. 3-10: CLOSED HALL, LAURA A.vs. HALL, DONALD B. BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON vs. SAWYER, BRIAN M. et al BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON vs. BONNER, HILDA GRAY et al HSBC BANK USA NATIONAL ASSOCIATION vs. NICHOLAS, JAMES A. et al ...

Car crashes into Warren home

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WARREN — Police were called Saturday night after a driver crashed a car into a home at 831 Glenwood St. NE, near Buena Vista and Mazda avenues. Warren police and fire departments went to the scene, where the driver was out of the car and reportedly appeared shaken, but not injured. The ...

Bristol, Niles crews called to fires

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Bristol fire crews were called out late Sunday afternoon to a garage fire at 1812 Hyde Shafer Road NW, while Niles crews later handled a deck fire at 72 Morningside Drive. According to a 911 spokesman, the Bristol Fire Department received a call at 4:25 p.m. of flames and smoke coming from a ...

Mon. 8:41 a.m.: Germany rescinds approval for Saudi arms sales

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The German government said today it has halted previously approved arms exports to Saudi Arabia amid the fallout from the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Germany said a month ago it wouldn't approve any new weapons exports to Saudi Arabia, but left open what would happen with ...

Early Bird Locations

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The Tribune Chronicle Thanksgiving Day edition, complete with Black Friday sales fliers, will be available beginning Wednesday, Nov. 21 after 2pm at limited retail locations listed below. Plan your shopping experience early.

Road salt costs add to area’s winter woes

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WARREN — With road salt prices jumping $20 or more per ton than what communities paid last winter season, Warren is looking to find another salt supplier before the second half of the winter season begins in January. The city has approximately 1,000 tons of road salt remaining from the ...

Seeing Eye

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SCOPE PLANS FUNDRAISER: SCOPE Senior Services will host its first Revive-athon fitness event 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Dec. 1 at the SCOPE Senior Center at the Warren YWCA. Ann Johnson, SCOPE’s fitness Revive instructor, will lead participants through fitness programs including Drums Alive, weights, ...

Pick up Thanksgiving Tribune on Wednesday

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WARREN — The tryptophan barely will be wearing off as the area begins looking toward the official start of this year’s holiday shopping season and all the local deals that will be found in the Tribune Chronicle’s Thanksgiving Day edition. “We know the Thanksgiving edition of the ...

Agenda

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• KINSMAN ZONING BOARD will meet 6:30 p.m. Monday at township hall. • LORDSTOWN VILLAGE will hold a public hearing 5:30 p.m. Monday on reclassification of property from residential to planned unit development district. • LORDSTOWN BOARD OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS will meet 4 p.m. Tuesday at ...

Story of WWII dad shared

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CORTLAND — Tim Tracey said he used his father’s war journal to put together a program telling of the many accomplishments of Cortland resident Edward Tracey, who was an aviator during World War II. Tracey, who was a guest speaker at a recent Cortland Bazetta Historical Society gathering ...

This week in history

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99 years ago in 1919: The Warren Fire Department made a run to the property of the Brier Hill Steel Co., where the old house formerly used as a pest house, and as a former detention hospital by the city, was found to be in flames. Before a water connection could be secured, it burned to the ...