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Property transfers

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Property transfers recorded in Trumbull County July 12-17: Bazetta Judith I. Bosh to Janice M. Spagnoli, 3476 Ivy Hill Circle Unit A, $88,000 Mathew B. and Phyllis Y. Harwood, to Brittany D. and Ryan R. Ellison, 2733 Beaver Trail, $250,000 Michael Eugene Wright to Nita M. Russomano, 3494 ...

Heat wave rolls in

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WARREN — With the National Weather Service in Cleveland issuing an excessive heat warning as temperatures are expected to be in the mid- to upper-90s today and Saturday, local organizations are offering advice on how to stay cool. Melissa Papini, disaster program manager with the American ...

Warren facility to mark 50th anniversary of lunar landing

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HONORING ARMSTRONG’S HISTORIC WALK: Armstrong Memory Care Assisted Living, 2 Windsor Place, Warren, will celebrate the 50th anniversary of Neil Armstrong, a one-time Trumbull County resident, landing on the moon on July 20, 1969. The free event includes space-themed crafts and games ...

Transit board considers cutting mobility manager

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WARREN — The Trumbull County Transit Board at its next meeting will consider ending a contract with Michael Verich, a contractor who provides mobility management services for the board. The board, at its meeting Thursday, also discussed an issue with identifying the townships, cities and ...

Agenda

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BAZETTA TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES will hold a special meeting 9 a.m. today at township hall on alternative tax budget and direct deposit policy with employees. NEWTON FALLS BOARD OF EDUCATION will meet 8 a.m. Saturday at the board room at the junior / senior high on resolution for levies.

Antiques appraised for free in Howland

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HOWLAND — Some 300 people braved the heat Thursday to carry century-old vases, music boxes, broaches, Civil War swords, porcelain dolls and much more to Shepherd of the Valley for an antique appraisal show featuring 11 experts with a range of knowledge. The show attracted long-time antique ...

Southington board, teachers approve new two-year deal

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SOUTHINGTON — The Southington Board of Education has approved a two-year agreement with the teachers’ union that includes a pay increase each year. Treasurer Janet Ward said at Thursday’s board meeting the new agreement with the Southington Education Association, which represents 40 ...

McDonald school projects continue during summer

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McDONALD — Various projects, including installation of security cameras and fixing leaking walls, are being done this summer in preparation for the start of the 2019-20 school year on Aug. 21. The McDonald Board of Education on Wednesday approved a contract with D&G Waterproofing and ...

Man gets two years in complicity case

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WARREN — A man pleaded guilty to complicity to robbery Thursday and was sentenced to two years in connection to the Feb. 20 robbery at Chase Bank, 1160 W. Market St., according to police and court records. Richard D. Williams, 30, Ward Street NW, Warren, waived a presentence investigation ...

Tim Ryan will debate first night in Detroit

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WARREN — Valley Congressman Timothy J. Ryan, D-Howland, will debate the first night of the next Democratic presidential debate in Detroit. Ryan will participate in the debate July 30 alongside author Marianne Williamson, U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete ...

On the record: McDonald

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WHAT: Village council meeting Wednesday PRESENT: Richard Harvey, Ray Lewis, Walter Bradley, Scott Seitz, Brian Fisher, Clifford DeZee and Mayor Glen Puckett Council: • Heard from Village Administrator Thomas Domitrovich milling and paving work will be done on Grant Avenue and Third ...

On the record: Southington

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WHAT: Township trustee meeting July 10 and special meeting Thursday PRESENT: Cindy Speaker, Sam Plott and Dan Tietz Trustees: • Approved purchase of MARCs radios from Hudson Communication at $3,635 for the fire department; • Announced the Back to School event is set 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. ...

Fri. 2:23 p.m.: Gun safety petition moves forward

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A petition that would close loopholes in Ohio's gun laws requiring background checks before a gun can be sold to someone moved forward a step today. Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost approved the language submitted by Ohioans for Gun Safety. The language will now move to the ballot board for ...

Fri. 11:02 a.m.: 2 arrested in Lordstown bottle throwing assault

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LORDSTOWN - Two men were arrested on charges related to the July 5 assault of a bicyclist hit with a water bottle thrown from a passing vehicle in the 5100 block of Tod Avenue, police said. Lordstown police Chief Brent Milhoan said this morning that video taken by another driver helped police ...

Fri. 8:40 a.m.: Spain: 50 migrants scale fence to African enclave

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MADRID (AP) — Authorities in the North Africa city that is a Spanish enclave said today that around 200 migrants tried to climb a security fence separating Melilla from Morocco. The local office of the Spanish government's representative said about 50 of the migrants managed to scale the ...

Fri. 8:39 a.m.: Earthquake rocks Greek capital

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ATHENS, Greece (AP) — A strong earthquake has hit near the Greek capital of Athens, causing residents to run into the streets in fear. The Athens Institute of Geodynamics gave the earthquake a preliminary magnitude of 5.1 but the U.S. Geological Survey gave it a preliminary magnitude of ...

Tim Ryan qualifies for second debate

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WARREN — Any uncertainty, however faint, surrounding whether U.S. Rep. Timothy J. Ryan would be part of the second Democratic presidential debate this month was put to rest when the Democratic National Committee on Wednesday set the lineup. Ryan, D-Howland, is in, but he was a virtual lock ...