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Mon. 4:10 p.m.: Man pleads in biker shooting

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WARREN - The last of three men charged in connection to the June 2016 fatal shootout between rival motorcycle clubs has taken a plea. David Bailes Jr., 46, of Braceville, pleaded guilty to two counts of involuntary manslaughter and two counts of felonious assault today before Trumbull County ...

Chess room created by Scout

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WARREN — Wanting others to experience the game of chess, Mineral Ridge High School senior and Boy Scout Michael Witt, 18, created a chess room on the second floor of Trumbull Family Fitness for his Eagle Scout project. A ribbon cutting and dedication was held recently for the completed ...

Police blotter – Hubbard

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Police activity reported Nov. 9-21: Nov. 21, 8:16 p.m. — Crash reported at Wheeler and Carolina avenues. 6:10 p.m. — Suspicious person reported in the 200 block of West Liberty Street. 6:07 p.m. — Crash reported in the 300 block of West Liberty Street. 2:18 p.m. — Telephone ...

Error leads to high electric bill in Howland

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NILES — The Howland Local School District was overcharged $40,000 for electricity by Niles City Utilities because of a faulty spreadsheet formula. The error was caught and rectified and Niles City Council recently approved refunding the money to the school district. Howland Local Schools ...

Trial to begin in fatal biker shootings

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WARREN — The trial of the former leader of Forever Two Wheelz — accused of killing two and wounding two members of a rival motorcycle club in June 2016 — is scheduled to begin today in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court. David Bailes Jr., 46, of Braceville, faces two counts of ...

New Champion administration building, park proposed

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CHAMPION — Township trustees are looking at the possibility of building a new township administration building and a new community park. Trustees had paid BSHM Architects $15,000 to create a rendering of the two proposed projects, with architect Jay Crafton recently meeting with officials ...

Winter festival in Quinby Park

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SEEING EYE SATURDAY EVENT: A Winter Festival will be 2 to 6 p.m. Saturday at Quinby Park, 525 Austin Ave. SW, Warren. There will be food, entertainment, Christmas caroling, sledding and trolley rides (weather permitting), holiday vendors and a toy giveaway. The festival is the vision of Elder ...

Police blotter – Trumbull County

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Police activity reported to the Trumbull County Sheriff’s Office Dec. 1-7: Dec. 7, 10:10 a.m. — Shoplifting reported in the 2900 block of state Route 5, Braceville. 9:20 a.m. — Theft reported at Dollar General, state Route 45, Bristol. 9:16 a.m. — Forgery reported in the 600 block ...

Historical society plans for museum

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HOWLAND — The Howland Historical Society is working to get a museum opened in several months at a township-owned house off North River Road. Mary Jane Vennitti, society president, said the museum can showcase Howland’s history and include a permanent display and a changing display in the ...

Temples join to celebrate Hanukkah

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YOUNGSTOWN — Members of three area temples came together for a night of food, fun and merriment to celebrate Hanukkah, which begins Tuesday evening. More than 160 representatives of Temple El Emeth in Liberty, Congregation Ohev Tzedek in Boardman and Congregation Rodef Sholom in Youngstown ...

Police blotter – Liberty

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Police activity reported Nov. 28-Dec. 6: Dec. 6, 4:16 p.m. — Manesha N. Young, 21, 6082 Applecrest Court, was arrested in the 2700 block of Belmont Avenue on a Boardman warrant. 12:27 p.m. — Jimmy Washington, 40, 50 Trumbull Court, was arrested on a probation violation warrant and on a ...

Howland senior performs at Disney

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HOWLAND — As a curious 8-year-old, Jessica Spore, of Howland, was rummaging around her family’s basement when she stumbled upon a clarinet in her father’s instrument collection. Taken with the instrument, she said she begged her father for lessons. “I was really curious,” Spore ...

McKinley’s mother remembered as a robust woman

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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. Nancy Campbell Allison McKinley, mother of President William McKinley, passed from this life Dec. 12, 1897, at 88. She was indeed a robust woman, having grown ...

Police blotter – McDonald

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Police activity reported Nov. 7-30: Nov. 30, 1 a.m. — Resident warned to get plates for car sitting in driveway for weeks at 600 W. 2nd St. Nov. 28, 11:47 a.m. — Telephone harassment reported in the 400 block of Ohio Avenue. Nov. 27, 5:38 p.m. — Verbal dispute involving eight people ...

Boy Scout brings holidays from home to troops

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HOWLAND — A Lakeview High School freshman is making sure the service members overseas this holiday season are not forgtten with his ‘‘Operation Closer to Home’’ effort, which is also his Eagle Scout project. A group of 25 volunteers gathered Nov. 28 at the USO distribution ...

Marriages

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Marriage applications filed in Trumbull County Nov. 27 to Dec. 1: M’hammed Nabih, 36, none, 133 Heritage Lane, Cortland, and Tamara J. Winans, 32, social worker, same. Narinder Sinah, 60, clerk, 6350 Berkshire, Warren, and Armana L. Hardy, 34, health aid, 2203 Peace Ave. NW, Warren. Mike ...

Driver’s license suspensions called overused

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COLUMBUS (AP) — Ohio lawmakers have accused the state of using driver’s license suspensions as an arbitrary punishment for offenses unrelated to driving while burying people under a pile of fees and fines. The state Legislature is considering multiple bills that could reinstate limited ...

Howland man lived full life of adventure

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Ralph McIntyre, 93, of Howland, an officer in the Merchant Marines during World War II, was aboard a vessel bound for Durban, on the east coast of South Africa. He was suddenly awakened by the sounding of the general alarm. He jumped up, opened his porthole and was shocked by what he saw. ...

Church hosts Operation Christmas Child

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HOWLAND — Volunteers spent a week in mid-November filling shoe boxes with gifts and other items for children overseas as part of Samaritan’s Purse project Operation Christmas Child. Operation Christmas Child will deliver collected shoe box gifts to children affected by war, disease, ...

Mobile home fire probed in Vernon

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VERNON — A mobile home at 6026 Warner Road that burned to the ground early Saturday morning is being investigated as possible arson. Fire Chief George Snyder said Sunday a motorist traveling on Warner Road saw the fire around 5 a.m. Saturday and came to the fire department. Snyder said ...