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Golden Triangle project in works

Howland Community News

HOWLAND — Work in Howland that should allow businesses in Trumbull County’s Golden Triangle to grow is underway. J.S. Bova Excavating LLC of Struthers in mid-November worked to install an 8-inch water line along Mill Street NE in Howland, a part of a $198,000 improvement project along ...

New sports site to be dedicated

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LORDSTOWN — Lordstown Schools will hold a dedication at 1 p.m. today for the Lordstown Veterans Memorial Stadium, a new sports facility made possible from money through a negotiated tax incentive donation agreement between the district and Lordstown Energy Center. School Superintendent ...

Triangle’s upgrades help with expansion

Howland Community News

HOWLAND — Dale Gebhardt Sr. was looking to expand the business he operates in the area of Trumbull County known as the Golden Triangle. But the president / general manager of Flex-Strut Inc., which makes slot metal framing, realized the necessity of improving the infrastructure in the ...

Howland sculptor gives shape to life and art

Howland Community News

HOWLAND — Sculptor Hoda Rouweyha of Howland was born with a sense of style and creativity. “If you meet Hoda, she is someone who expresses herself in her appearance, in her dresses, in her jewelry, hairdos, in her manner,” said Marianne Nissen of Warren, an art historian and local art ...

A building, yes, but not yet a museum

Howland Community News

Naivete seems to be my shortfall. It began with an announcement in a July 2017 Tribune Chronicle newspaper article that the Howland Township trustees were donating the Sloas farm to the Howland Historical Society, provided they wanted it for a museum. The property consists of a house, a ...

Agenda

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• WARREN TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES will hold special meeting 10 a.m. today at township hall to review compensation packages with department heads, discuss police union negotiations, demolitions and end-of-year items. • WARREN COUNCIL will meet 5 p.m. today at the caucus room to review the 2018 ...

Police blotter – Howland

Howland Community News

Police activity reported Nov. 1-20: Nov. 20, 11:30 p.m.— Domestic dispute reported in the 8800 block of East Market Street. 5:46 p.m. — Accident reported on East Market Street. 1:15 a.m. — Criminal damaging reported in the 300 block of Henn Hyde Road. Nov. 19, 9:25 p.m. — ...

Port authority agrees to host Wings-n-Wheels

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WARREN — The Western Reserve Port Authority has agreed to host the next Wings-n-Wheels aviation and car show at the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport. The board, which runs the airport, voted on the matter last month after receiving a recommendation for the move from the port ...

Heather Testani on Saturday pulls daughter Gianna Testani, 11, through the extensive, 100-acre Storeyland Christmas Tree Farm in Burghill as they search for the perfect Christmas tree with husband Rick and son Dominic. Their second year hunting for trees at the farm is turning into a tradition for the family who said it gets them in the holiday spirit. 
Tribune Chronicle / Renee Fox

Holiday spirit comes with tree

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BURGHILL — A real Christmas tree, hand-cut and selected by someone you love, can become part of a home during the Christmas season. In some families, the tree becomes so much a part of the home and family, it earns a name. The Testanis adorn their Christmas trees not only with all of the ...

Collection held for hygiene items

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WARREN — An area man who started a collection last year to get socks for veterans is now collecting feminine hygiene items to help area moms who are trying to get gifts for their children and families. Jesse Cottrill of Warren is holding the hygiene item drive through Jan. 15, with drop-off ...

Police blotter — Hubbard Township

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Hubbard Township Police activity reported Nov. 8-30: Nov. 30, 8:25 p.m. — Unwanted person or persons reported on Masury Road SE. 8 p.m. — Structure fire reported at Greenwood Hubbard Chevrolet on North Main Street. 7:12 p.m. — Crash with property damage at the Flying J Travel ...

Howland bands present concert

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SEEING EYE WINTER MUSIC: The Howland High School Instrumental Music Department will present its annual winter concert 7 p.m. Thursday at Packard Music Hall, 1703 Mahoning Ave. NW, Warren. The concert will feature performances by the Howland Festival Band, Concert Band, Symphonic Band and ...

Police blotter — Howland

Police Blotters

Howland Police activity reported Nov. 1-20: Nov. 20, 11:30 p.m.— Domestic dispute reported in the 8800 block of East Market Street. 5:46 p.m. — Accident reported at East Market Street. 1:15 a.m. — Criminal damaging reported in the 300 block of Henn Hyde Road. Nov. 19, 9:25 ...

More Niles court security sought

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NILES — Judge-elect Chris Shaker is seeking technology and security upgrades for Niles Municipal Court that also would benefit those attending City Council meetings. Retiring Judge Thomas Townley named Shaker a court project coordinator after the election, allowing him to move forward with ...

Police blotter — Warren

Police Blotters

Warren Police activity reported Nov. 27 to Dec. 4: Dec. 4, 12:09 a.m. — Drug activity reported at Niles Road and Wallace SE. Dec. 3, 10:16 p.m. — Assault reported in the 200 block of Tod Avenue NW. 9:08 p.m. — Tara L. Talbert, 34, of Niles, was arrested in the 1400 block of West ...

Trooper, officer dive out of speeding car’s path

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Tribune Chronicle HOWLAND — A door on an Ohio State Highway Patrol cruiser was nearly torn from its hinges, and two law enforcement officers were forced to dive out of the way of a vehicle being driven by a man arrested for driving with a blood alcohol content more than twice the legal ...

Police blotter — Newton Falls

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Newton Falls Police activity reported Nov. 18-27: Nov. 27, 10:08 a.m. — Dead on arrival reported at 4894 Eckman Ave. Nov. 26, 10:35 p.m. — Overdose reported at 70 E. Broad St. 7:15 p.m. — Neighbor problem reported at 1303 Warren Ave. 2:39 a.m. — Suspicious activity reported ...

1918: Railroad safety a priority after deaths

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99 years ago in 1918: • Safety was a priority following deaths by railroad in Warren. Action was started by city council that might “discommode the local traveling public,” but, it was hoped would “ bring some general relief to the entire city.” Mr. Max of the 4th Ward brought ...

Police blotter — Champion

Police Blotters

Champion Police activity reported Nov. 1-30: Nov. 30, 8:16 p.m. — Stalking reported in the 300 block of Stewart Street. 4:34 p.m. — Wires and trees down in the 6100 block of Shafer Road. 4:11 p.m. — Theft from vehicle reported in 4300 block of Mahoning Avenue. 12:07 a.m. — ...