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Three women charged in toddler’s death

Local News

ASHTABULA — Three Orwell women pleaded not guilty Thursday during their arraignments on charges connected to the April death of a 3-year-old boy. Brantley Santiago died April 27 and his death was ruled a homicide in August by the Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner’s Office. The coroner ...

Ryan, congressmen urge Trump to visit GM sites

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A group of congressmen have collaborated to pen a letter asking President Donald Trump to visit the areas directly affected by the recent General Motors announcement. U.S. Rep. Timothy J. Ryan, D-Howland, is among five Democrats who sent the letter Friday, inviting the president to “meet ...

On the record – McDonald

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WHAT: Village council meeting Wednesday PRESENT: Brian Fisher, Ray Lewis, Richard Harvey, Scott Seitz, Michael O’Brien, Walt Bradley and Mayor Glen Puckett Council: • Approved a joint grant with Weathersfield Township to cover costs for self-contained breathing apparatus for the ...

On the record – Hubbard Township

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WHAT: Trustee special meeting Wednesday PRESENT: Fred Hanley, Rick Hernandez and Tom Jacobs Trustees: • Will seek a legal opinion for the township to issue special haul permits and fee structure on township roads with trucks and other vehicles hauling heavy loads. Hanley said ...

On the record – Hubbard

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WHAT: City council meeting Monday PRESENT: Bonnie Viele, Tim O’Hara, Lisha Pompili-Baumiller, Michael Toda, Justin Silvidi, Jerome Crowe, Benjamin Kyle, Bill Williams and Mayor John Darko Council: • Approved a pay increase for wastewater superintendent Mark Ciccone from $60,000 to ...

St. Stephen Parish concludes 165th anniversary

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NILES — To conclude its 165th yearlong anniversary celebration, St. Stephen Parish in Niles hosted a three-day program about reflecting God’s love and mercy on others. “The Loving Mercy of God” was held for three days at the church with the Rev. Brian Walker from the St. Pius V ...

Religion news

Local News

COOKIE WALK: St. Joseph the Provider Society of Christ the Good Shepherd Parish, 633 Porter Ave., Campbell, is sponsoring its annual Cookie Walk today. Doors open at 9 a.m. and the sale begins at 10 a.m. and will last until all the cookies are sold. For more information, contact Tess Szenborn ...

Sunday school teacher honored for 50 years in Leavittsburg

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LEAVITTSBURG — When Southington resident Sherry Doll started teaching Sunday school at First Community Church of Leavittsburg, gasoline was 32 cents per gallon. After teaching hundreds of children over the years and societal changes like going from using dial phones in the church office to ...

What does GM Lordstown news mean for Valley housing?

Local News

I need to start by offering my personal heartsick feelings to everyone about to be affected by General Motors idling the Lordstown plant. Having lived here through steel’s Black Monday, Delphi downsizing and Copperweld’s and RG Steel’s demise, we plodded on. Some people will leave to ...

Property transfers

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Property transfers recorded in Trumbull County Nov. 29 to Dec. 6: Bazetta David H. and Jessica J. Eggleston to Eric M. and Jade C. Foley, 2129 Quail Run, $161,000 Lindsay M. Buckner to Alaina M. Donadio, 3092 Ivy Circle Unit B, $64,000 William J. Brzezinski to RTM Development LLC, 3394 ...

Local bank stocks stand pat

Business

After losing 35 cents in trading Thursday, Cortland Bancorp held steady Friday to close at $21.25 per share. First Niles Financial, which lost 50 cents in trading Thursday, also held steady to close at $8.50 per share Friday.

Thousands salute funeral train

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COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Thousands waved and cheered along the route as funeral train No. 4141 — for the 41st president — carried George H.W. Bush’s remains to their final resting place on Thursday, his last journey as a week of national remembrance took on a decidedly personal feel ...

Local bank stocks slide downward

Business

After a day off from trading Wednesday, Cortland Bancorp lost 35 cents in trading Thursday to close at $21.25 per share. First Niles Financial lost 50 cents, closing at $8.50 per share on Thursday.

Seeing Eye

Community News

CHALKER CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE: A Chalker Christmas open house will be 2 to 6 p.m. Saturday at the historic building near the intersection of state Routes 534 and 305, Southington. The event will include Santa Claus, music by the Southington Elementary Choir, decorated trees, a cookie bake-off ...

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Police Blotters

Police activity, Oct. 19-25: Oct. 25, 12:50 a.m. — Criminal damaging reported in the 1200 block of Summit Street NW. Oct. 24, 11:38 p.m. — Brandon Vestrand, 28, issued citation at Niles Road and Youngstown Road SE on a charge of possessing drug paraphernalia. 9:02 p.m. — ...

Transition center open to aid GM workers

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Tribune Chronicle LORDSTOWN — The Lordstown Transition Center is now open at the United Auto Workers Local 1112 Hall at 11471 Reuther Drive to serve General Motors workers, contractors and spouses impacted by the GM Lordstown reduction of workforce earlier this year and for the upcoming ...

Agenda

Community News

• HOWLAND BOARD OF EDUCATION will hold a special meeting 12:30 p.m. today at the administration board room for presentation by PlugSmart, energy consultants, and other business. • HUBBARD PLANNING AND ZONING BOARD will meet 7 p.m. Monday at the municipal building. • LORDSTOWN FINANCE ...

Beatitude House seeks donations

Community News

YOUNGSTOWN — Beatitude House is in need of donations for the annual Santa’s Workshop, where children serviced by the agency have the opportunity to purchase gifts for their moms. Event organizers said that every year, the children in programs at Beatitude House are able to pick out gifts ...

Meijer seeks variance for signage at mall

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HOWLAND — Township zoning officials are reviewing plans for a 159,264-square-foot Meijer store that may be built at the site of the former Super Kmart at the Eastwood Mall complex. “According to the plans I have, the Super Kmart building will be demolished and Meijer will build its ...

Trustee has improper sewer connection

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WARREN — The Trumbull County Prosecutor’s Office is weighing in on an improper sanitary sewer line connection for a building in Cortland owned by Bazetta Trustee Paul Hovis. Hovis said he bought 37 acres behind his 2517 Northview Drive home and built an outbuilding. When he had a plumber ...