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Bandit tries to break into Arby’s

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WARREN — Police are investigating an attempted burglary Wednesday morning at Arby’s Restaurant, 1001 W. Market St., where a drive-thru window was damaged. According to a police report, an intruder tried to hit the sliding glass window of the drive-thru with an unknown object but was ...

County NAACP hosts meeting

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WARREN — The Trumbull County NAACP will host a community meeting 12:30 p.m. Saturday at the Warren Public Library conference room to discuss various topics. Scheduled for discussion are growth of sober houses, keeping neighborhoods safe, the former St. Joseph Hospital and vacant Tod Avenue ...

Tell us why you are thankful

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WARREN — Thankful thoughts are being welcomed by readers of the Tribune Chronicle to be published over the Thanksgiving weekend. Forms for “Giving Thanks” will be published periodically in the Tribune Chronicle in the coming weeks. Fill out the coupon, attach a separate piece of paper ...

County seeks auto title clerk

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WARREN — The Trumbull County clerk of courts is looking to hire a clerk for the auto title department. The position pays $13.88 per hour, and the shift is 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays. Applications will be accepted until Oct. 26. The human resources department is accepting the ...

On the record

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Trumbull County WHAT: Board of commissioners meeting Wednesday PRESENT: Commissioners Frank Fuda, Mauro Cantalamessa and Daniel Polivka The commissioners: • Authorized the Trumbull County Law Library to sell, donate or dispose of old books; • Added $1,541 to a $33,449 contract with ...

Mathews schools see cash drain

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VIENNA — Mathews school officials reviewing the five-year financial forecast for the district expressed concern of the loss of money not only through open enrollment to other public schools but to community, charter and online schools. Treasurer Ryan Jones said the district is losing on ...

Deserter suspect finally caught

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SANFORD, Fla. — An East Liverpool native who officials say failed to report for military service 40 years ago is now in custody on a desertion charge. Jeffrey Michels, born Oct. 18, 1952, in East Liverpool, was taken into custody Oct. 12 at his home in Sanford by an investigator with ...

Thur. 12:43 p.m.: Burglary lands Falls man two years in prison

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WARREN - A Newton Falls man was in tears Thursday morning after he was sentenced to two years in prison for a burglary conviction linked to a Feb. 2, 2017, theft at a woman's home. Matthew Fetterolf, 47, 509 Ravenna Road, appeared before Trumbull County Common Pleas Court Judge Ronald J. Rice ...

Tribune Chronicle / R. Michael Semple
 A single-engine plane crashed Monday evening. The plane crashed on its approach to an air strip along Gardner Barclay Road in Gustavus Township.

FAA not aware of any distress signals before plane crash

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GUSTAVUS — One person was hurt and another was unharmed when a small single-engine plane crashed Monday night in a field near a heavily wooded area on Gardner Barclay Road, according to the Ohio State Highway Patrol. The plane piloted by Robert Gale, 71, of Jefferson, was attempting to land ...

Wed. 11:35 a.m.: Truck pulls down wires, power out

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BRACEVILLE - A semi tractor trailer struck a utility pole this morning in the area of state Route 534 and Price West Road in western Trumbull County, according to Trumbull County 911. Power is out in the area and witnesses report wires were sparkling. Ohio Edison is reporting the power outage ...

Wed. 12:30 p.m.: Missing boater’s body found

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BAZETTA - The body of Mosquito Lake boater missing since Sunday was located by searchers about 10:50 a.m. today, said officials at Ohio Department of Natural Resources. The body of John Schuster, 51, was recovered at the lake, Stephanie Leis, communication director of the Ohio Department of ...

First Niles reports income growth in 3Q

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Tribune Chronicle NILES — First Niles Financial Inc., the holding company for Home Federal Savings and Loan Association of Niles, reported an increase of $127,000 in net income in its earnings report for the third quarter of 2017. The company said its net income was $143,000 for the ...

JFK students take ‘crunch’ for lesson on healthy eating

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WARREN — On one, two, three, a loud crunch sound could be heard as hundreds of students at JFK Lower Campus bit into apples at the same time as part of the ‘‘Great Apple Crunch.’’ Fourth-grade teacher Kimberly Gray said students in grades kindergarten to fifth each had an apple to ...

Steward boosts staff at 2 hospitals

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WARREN — Less than six months into its ownership of several area hospitals, Steward Health Care has increased its workforce and is implementing technology that company leaders say will allow them to provide enhanced services to the community. “Our goal is to keep people as healthy and as ...

Trumbull home sales up for Sept.

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Tribune Chronicle WARREN — Home sales in Trumbull County continued to trend up in September with a 36.4 percent jump over the same month last year. There were 236 closed sales in the county last month, up from 173 in September 2016, according to the Warren Area Board of Realtors. ...

St. Rose holds annual auction

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SCHOOL FUNDRAISER: The 19th annual St. Rose Home and School auction will be held 6 p.m. Saturday at the school gymnasium with proceeds used for field trips, speakers and other educational and spiritual activities. The event is the school’s largest fundraiser. There will be a live, silent ...

Businessmen provide $100,000 for city economic development

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WARREN — Businessmen Sam Covelli, CEO of Covelli Enterprises, and Anthony Payiavlas, president and CEO of AVI Foodsystems Inc. will be providing at least $100,000 worth of financial support for the Fund for Warren’s Future. Fund for Warren’s Future is a non-profit public / private ...

Local bank stocks finish mixed

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Cortland Bancorp, which fluctuated most of last week, fell 5 cents Tuesday to close at $18 per share, while First Niles Financial again stood pat at $11 per share.