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Property transfers

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Property transferred in Trumbull County Nov. 29 to Dec. 6: Bazetta Mark and Eileen M. Navotny to Ronald A. and Anne F. Bacorn, 2800 Beaver Trail, $225,000 Ronald S. and Betty Duchon to Ethan A. Powell, 3194 Deer Trail Unit C, $60,000 Braceville Jesse and Shanon DeJacimo to Alden ...

Religion events

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CHRISTMAS CONCERT: Cortland Church of the Nazarene, 293 E. Main St., will host a Christmas concert 10:45 a.m. Sunday with the Songsters, a Southern gospel group from Akron. SPIRITUALITY EVENT: The Benedictine Sisters of the Byzantine Church at Queen of Heaven Monastery, Warren, are offering a ...

Tribune Chronicle / Raymond L. Smith 
Military veterans listened intently Thursday evening during a Pearl Harbor Day event at Kent State University at Trumbull campus, which was co-sponsored by the Tribune Chronicle and the university.

Play honors Warren couple in WWII

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CHAMPION — Laura Boich felt a sense of pride and joy as she watched a fictionalized version of her parents’ romance and the impact of their World War II service acted out on stage during the second annual Pearl Harbor Day Remembrance sponsored by the Tribune Chronicle and Kent State ...

Fri. 12:52 p.m.: Suspected bank robber in custody

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YOUNGSTOWN - The man police believe on Thursday morning robbed the downtown First National Bank turned himself in Friday. Frank Pierce, 38, faces a felony charge of robbery in Youngstown Municipal Court, court records show. Pierce turned himself into police at about 7:30 a.m. after a friend ...

Local auto dealers see sales increase over November ’16

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Tribune Chronicle WARREN — Area automobile dealers reported an increase in year-over-year sales of new and used vehicles for November. The climb was driven more so by consumer demand for used vehicles than new cars and trucks, according to data from the Greater Cleveland Automobile ...

TEAM Faith helps local man in cancer battle

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SOUTHINGTON — A local organization that has raised money to help area residents battling cancer this year helped a Southington man battling kidney disease. Jodi Lehmann, who has battled breast cancer, served as chair of a committee for Team Faith, which held a basket raffle Faith Christmas ...

JJC officer dismissed amid claims

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WARREN — A corrections officer at the Trumbull County Juvenile Justice Center has been fired after allegations surfaced of nude photos being traded over cellphones with an inmate. Trumbull County Family Court Administrator Scott C. Bombeck confirmed Thursday that corrections officer Chelsea ...

Volunteers needed at Trumbull Mobile Meals

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WARREN — Trumbull Mobile Meals, a community-based service agency dedicated to providing a home-delivered meal service to Trumbull County residents who are homebound, is in need of volunteers to help deliver meals. TMM uses 45-50 volunteers per day to prepare, package and deliver meals to ...

Cordray sees 2018 as rematch

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Richard Cordray, who lost his seat as Ohio attorney general to Mike DeWine in 2010, is “looking forward to a rematch” in a 2018 race with higher stakes. Cordray has to contend with six other Democrats before the May 8 primary election for Ohio governor, and sitting attorney general ...

Take the trolley through McKinley

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SEEING EYE MCKINLEY CHRISTMAS: The fifth annual McKinley Christmas will be noon to 4 p.m. Saturday. A trolley will shuttle guests between the McKinley Birthplace Home, the McKinley Birthplace Museum and the Ward Thomas House for entertainment, tours and holiday cheer. The McKinley Birthplace ...

Newton Falls center seeks state historical recognition

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NEWTON FALLS — Taking the next step toward national historical recognition, the village community center will be reviewed at a state level today in Columbus. If the center’s application is approved by the Historic Site Preservation Advisory Board, it will then move up to be reviewed at a ...

GM workers donate toys to Salvation Army

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LORDSTOWN — Receiving gifts for more than 100 area children Thursday on behalf of the Salvation Army Mahoning County Area Services was “the best possible” welcome they could receive from their new community, the organization’s coordinators said. Majs. Paul and Sherry Moore, who took ...

Songs, rhythms carry ‘On Your Feet!’

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CLEVELAND — Make no mistake about it, the “Rhythm Is Gonna Get You” in “On Your Feet!” The musical, which started a three-week run Tuesday at Playhouse Square’s Connor Palace, is built around the music of Gloria Estefan and the Miami Sound Machine and has a buoyant energy that ...

Plan guarantees tuition freeze for YSU students

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YOUNGSTOWN — Tuition will be frozen over the four years of a student’s enrollment at Youngstown State University under a plan approved Thursday by university trustees. The Penguin Tuition Promise guarantees the tuition rate will be set for each incoming class of undergraduate students and ...

Missing man found, 911 reports

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HUBBARD — An 88-year-old Hubbard man whom his wife said has dementia was found safe Wednesday morning in his vehicle on U.S. Route 422 in Coitsville Township, near the main Victory Christian Center campus. According to a report from the Trumbull County 911 Center, Daniel J. Rand was ...

Tressel gets new deal from YSU

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YOUNGSTOWN — Youngstown State University President Jim Tressel had his contract extended to stay at YSU through June 2019. The agreement, which keeps Tressel’s annual salary at $300,000, was announced Thursday by the school after Tressel and the YSU Board of Trustees agreed to the ...

Four displaced after Warren fire

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WARREN — Four people were displaced after a two-car garage with a small living space attached to it caught fire Thursday. Crews responded to the fire at 145 Oak Knoll Ave. NE just before 4:30 p.m. on a cold evening as snow showers came down. Firefighter Zach Walter said there were no ...