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Surveillance video released of suspect

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HUBBARD — The police department is seeking the public’s help to identify a suspect in the armed robberies of two West Liberty Street businesses Tuesday morning that led to a lockdown of Hubbard schools. Just after 7 a.m., a black male wearing a black mask, a gray hoodie, gray pants and ...

On the record – Howland

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WHAT: Township trustee meeting Wednesday PRESENT: James Lapolla and Matt Vansuch ABSENT: Rick Clark Trustees: • Approved Alexandra Divito as part-time farmers market / township event coordinator, effective Feb. 2 at $12 per hour on as-needed basis with no benefits. She will ...

On the record – Lakeview

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WHAT: Board of Education meeting Monday PRESENT: Troy Adair, Jennifer Nicholas, Donna Zuga, Mary Williams and Larry Sherer The board: • Met in executive session on the superintendent search. The district is planning to have someone selected for the March 11 meeting. Superintendent ...

Hubbard Township officials hear details on tax delinquencies

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HUBBARD TOWNSHIP — Trustees have learned there are 1,041 properties in the township that are delinquent on their property taxes. Trustee Rick Hernandez said Trumbull County Treasurer Sam Lamancusa told trustees Monday the total includes 365 owners who owe $100 or less, 87 that are on ...

Thu. 8:36 a.m.: Border security brawl seems near a serene resolution

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress is set to resolve its clattering brawl with President Donald Trump in uncommonly bipartisan fashion today as lawmakers prepare to pass a border security compromise providing a mere sliver of the billions he's demanded for a wall with Mexico and averting a rekindled ...

County commissioners pass annual budget

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WARREN — Trumbull County commissioners Wednesday approved the annual budget. The budget is nearly identical to the 2018 budget and accounts for $48.2 million in allocations. Commissioners aren’t expecting sales tax revenue to grow in 2019. The majority of the funded departments are ...

Flooding causes outages of telephone service

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WARREN — Some CenturyLink customers in Warren and Leavittsburg have been experiencing network outages affecting internet and voice services since Friday, according to Stephanie Meisse, communications manager at CenturyLink. The outages are affecting both residences and businesses, and ...

Brookfield BOE approves new union agreement

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BROOKFIELD — The Brookfield Board of Education at a special meeting Wednesday approved a new three-year agreement with the Brookfield Associationsof School Employees, which represents 35 classified workers. Treasurer Craig Yaniglos said the collective bargaining agreement runs July 1, ...

Warren Family Mission to provide milk to those in need

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WARREN — The Warren Family Mission, 155 Tod Ave. NW, and Second Harvest Food Bank will be providing free milk, frozen seasoned rotisserie chicken, baked goods, apples, potatoes and other food items to those in need from 9:30 a.m. Friday until supplies last. The giveaway is open to ...

District receives state audit award

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BROOKFIELD — The Brookfield Local School District received the Auditor of State Award this week for a “clean audit” with no citations or findings. The award recognizes districts that submit audits in a timely manner and have no findings for recovery and no improperly spent public ...

Drive It Home hitting the road to Columbus

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WARREN — The coalition trying to save the General Motors plant in Lordstown will today, in a sense, storm the capital to try to garner support from Ohio lawmakers for the effort. “The goal is to continue to raise the positive message the Drive It Home campaign has been spearheading — we ...

Local stocks yield mixed results

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Cortland Bancorp gained a quarter in trading Tuesday to close at $20.25 per share. First Niles Financial held steady to close at $7.77 per share.

GHS band off to Magic Kingdom

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GIRARD — Members of the Girard High School Marching Band will be wearing Mickey Mouse ears as they perform Saturday at Disney World in Orlando, Florida. Band Director DJ Colella said 28 members of the band have agreed to march and perform for 10 to 15 minutes at the theme park’s Magic ...