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Prep for home hunt, purchase

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Here are some tips on how to prepare to house hunt: • Know that there’s no “right” time to buy. If you find the perfect home now, don’t risk losing it because you’re trying to guess where the housing market and interest rates are going. Those factors usually don’t change fast ...

Property transfers

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Property transfers recorded in Trumbull County June 9-14: Bazetta Dale Bell to Shari Rossi Sollberger, 2771 TImber Creek Drive, $335,000. Braceville Kenneth Lovejoy to PROF-2013-S3 Legal Title Trust IV, 680 Jewell North, $12,000. Bristol Robert and Cynthia Howard to Kenneth and Jessica ...

Sat. 7 pm: Cortland native lives underwater for NASA

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CORTLAND - A Lakeview High School graduate is part of a NASA research team spending 10 days in the world's only underwater research lab to help prepare for future space exploration. Trevor Graff is part of the NEEMO (NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations) 22 expedition to Aquarius, an ...

Sat. 8:20 pm: Man accused in murder has juvenile record

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GIRARD - The man charged with murder in connection to the shooting death of a Warren man whose body was found in a remote area of Bristol was involved in a burglary of a home in Girard from which nine guns and assorted ammunition were taken, according to a police report. Austin T. Burke, 18, ...

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Hannah Patchin, 14, of Champion, and Teagan Pierce, 13, of Lakeview, both at left, are in cosmetology class while by videotaped by multimedia students Olivia Jackson, 13, home-schooled, Avery Jones, 12, of Lakeview, and Reagan Lew, 13, of Lakeview during a summer enrichment program for seventh- to ninth-graders at Trumbull Career and Technical Center.

TCTC enriches students’ summer

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CHAMPION — Learning about creating videos, designing homes on computers, applying makeup to enhance facial features and programming robots were among the activities 90 seventh- to ninth-graders learned during a weeklong summer enrichment program at Trumbull Career and Technical Center. ...

$1 million bond set in murder case

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NEWTON FALLS — Bond is set at $1 million for the man accused of killing a Warren man whose body was found June 15 in a wooded area on Peck Leach Road in Bristol. Austin T. Burke, 18, is charged with murder in Newton Falls Municipal Court in connection to the shooting death of Kenneth ...

Raffle to help police officer

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AIDING LANCE ADKINS: Blue Line Unlimited is hosting a 50 Gun Raffle to benefit Warren police officer Lance Adkins. The raffle will be held Saturday at Yankee Lake Ballroom on state Route 7. Tickets include the raffle, food and beverages. For more information, click on ...

Joint fire district pays for mistakes of ex-fiscal director

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NEWTON FALLS — The former finance director for the Newton Falls Joint Fire District may have to repay some serious fines following an audit report released Thursday. A press release from State Auditor Dave Yost’s office states a financial audit of the district found the former fiscal ...

Howland Park Board looking at improvements

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HOWLAND — The Howland Township Park Board is looking at what improvements can be made at the main township park, including needed repairs of the percola. The board met recently with John Steines and Ivan Valentic of the GPD Group of Youngstown at the percola site on the east side of the ...

Warren staff member to be cut

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WARREN — Although Warren is expected to receive a small increase in the amount of its Community Development Block Grants, it is not enough to prevent the elimination of one position in the Community Development Department. There also will be less money available for non-profit ...

Senate GOP unveils bill to change ‘Obamacare’

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Republicans launched their plan for shriveling Barack Obama’s health care law Thursday, edging a step closer to their dream of repeal with a bill that would slice and reshape Medicaid for the poor, relax rules on insurers and end tax increases on higher earners that ...

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Susan Marie Frontczak portrays gothic novelist Mary Shelley at the Ohio Chautauqua event Thursday in Warren. Frontczak portrayed scientist Marie Curie at Tuesday’s performance.

‘Mary Shelley’ at Chautauqua

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WARREN — There was much more to gothic novelist Mary Shelley than her best known work, “Frankenstein,” according to the woman who portrayed her at Ohio Chautauqua Thursday evening. Susan Marie Frontczak, who portrayed scientist Marie Curie on Tuesday, addressed the audience Thursday as ...

Police called to hospital after man shot in leg

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Tribune Chronicle WARREN — Police called late Wednesday night to Brier Street SE for “approximately 25-30 shots” fired didn’t find any victims or shell casings in the area, but they later found at St. Joseph Warren Hospital a man that had been shot. Police, called by hospital ...

Johnston approves EMS agreement with Greene

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JOHNSTON — Township trustees have approved a six-month agreement with neighboring Greene to provide ambulance, paramedic and emergency medical service at $9,000 for the rest of the year. Johnston Fiscal Officer John Moran said the township will provide EMS service to the state Route 46 ...

LaBrae OKs cafeteria pact with Irwin, Pa., firm

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LEAVITTSBURG — The LaBrae Board of Education on Wednesday approved an agreement with the Nutrition Group of Irwin, Pa. for a supervisor for cafeteria and food management in the district. School Superintendent Anthony Calderone said the contract for $22,000 is effective July 1 and will ...

Felony warrant sought in trash can attack on brother

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LIBERTY — A felony warrant was issued for a Youngstown man after his brother reported he was attacked with a trash can, according to a police report. Osman Marroquin, 32, 124 Mansell Ave., is wanted in Girard Municipal Court on charges of felonious assault and domestic violence, ...

Parkman Landing to host open house this afternoon

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WARREN — Trumbull Metropolitan Housing Authority will conduct an open house for Parkman Landing, 2501 Parkman Road, 1 to 3 p.m. today. The $10.8 million, three-story, 60-unit independent-living senior housing complex provides housing for seniors age 55 and older. Parkman Landing was ...

Woman nearly hit with gunfire while sleeping

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WARREN — A woman sleeping just after 2 a.m. Thursday was nearly hit with gunfire that came into her home, according to a police report. One of the two bullets shot into 2126 Colonial Drive SE hit the headboard of the woman’s bed, “within a foot of her head” and continued into the ...