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Vending machine raid lands men in jail

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WEATHERSFIELD — Two men are due back in court Wednesday after being accused of breaking into vending machines and stealing pop, candy and coins. One of the men apparently had such an insatiable sweet tooth that after being arrested, he asked police for some of the candy he was accused of ...

Honda Accord wins Car of the Year award

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TORRANCE, Calif. — The all-new 2018 Honda Accord, the 10th generation of America’s most popular car, has earned the 2018 North American Car of the Year award. The Accord’s win marks the third consecutive year that a Honda model has received top honors from the North American jury of ...

Grandfather guilty of breaking boy’s arm

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WARREN — A jury deliberating the case of a man accused of breaking the arm of his grandson took less than three hours Friday morning to find him guilty of felonious assault and other charges. Sentencing for Michael R. Tenney, 64, of Champion, is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Wednesday before ...

Local bank stocks see mixed results Friday

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After remaining steady nearly all week, Cortland Bancorp gained a dime in trading Friday to close at $20.70 per share. First Niles Financial lost 17 cents to close at $10.98 per share. It was the bank’s first loss in several weeks.

Deputies exposed to drugs during overdose call

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NEWTON TOWNSHIP — Three Trumbull County Sheriff’s Office deputies were sickened Thursday after possibly being exposed to drugs while answering an overdose call at the Blue Water Manor Mobile Home Park. Police responded to 120 Kings Drive SW shortly after 6 p.m. Thursday after a woman ...

Canfield doc jailed for tax crimes

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A physician from Canfield has been sentenced to six months in jail and ordered to pay $105,673 after failing to pay Social Security, Medicare and employment taxes collected from his employees, according to the IRS field office in Cincinnati. Dr. Nicholas M. Garritano, 55, pleaded guilty to ...

Niles native in running for judge

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LISBON — Niles native Vito Abruzzino is among three attorneys the Columbiana County Republican Party recommended to replace county Municipal Court Judge Charles “Chris” Amato. The GOP voted at Wednesday’s central and executive committee to forward Abruzzino’s name, as well as Tim ...

Youngstown business owner remains jailed

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YOUNGSTOWN — The joy of a stay of deportation for downtown businessman Amer “Al” Othman Adi was short-lived as he has been transferred to another detention facility instead of being releaed from the Geauga County Jail, according to his family. Adi was arrested by Immigration and Customs ...

On the record – Newton Falls

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WHAT: Board of Education meeting Thursday PRESENT: Debra Davis, Jennifer Urbania, Brent Powell, Amy Crowder and Ken Kline The board: • Named Davis as president and Powell as vice president; • Approved the following committee appointments: Davis as representative to Trumbull Career ...

Passage of time has changed home buying

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There is an insurance ad on TV where the man says, “We know a thing or two because we’ve seen a thing or two.” After 40-plus years as a Realtor, I’ve seen a thing or two also, and would like to spend these next weeks talking about them. You might find them very interesting and how ...

Urban books return gig to Covelli Centre

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Tribune Chronicle YOUNGSTOWN — Keith Urban will return to the Covelli Centre on Oct. 24 as part of his upcoming GraffitiU World Tour. Urban, who is married to actress Nicole Kidman, played a sold out concert at the Youngstown arena in 2016 with Maren Morris. This time he’ll be joined by ...

Property transfers

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Property transfers filed in Trumbull County Jan. 11-17: Bazetta Thomas E. Battison to Steven and Misty Anderson, 4384 Durst Clagg, $189,900. Bristol Beth Inman to Leonard and Kimberly Laska, state Route 45, $110,000. Larry A. Hurst to Thomas R. and Marlene E. Appel, 6350 state Route 45, ...

One chapter of Claudia Hoerig case closed, another to start in court

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WARREN — After more than a decade of living in Brazil following the murder of her husband, avoiding extradition while operating an accounting business and living a seemingly middle class life, Trumbull County Jail inmate Claudia Hoerig is appearing today in court to face a 2007 indictment on ...

UPDATE Fri. 10:19 a.m.: Hoerig in court

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WARREN - Claudia Hoerig pleaded not guilty to a charge of aggravated murder today in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court. Bond for Hoerig, accused of killing her husband, U.S. Air Force Major Karl Hoerig in March 2007, was set at $10 million. After the shooting death, Hoerig fled to her native ...

Fri. 1:22 p.m.: Urban books return gig to Covelli Centre

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YOUNGSTOWN - Keith Urban will return to the Covelli Centre on Oct. 24 as part of his upcoming Graffiti U World Tour. Urban played a sold out concert at the Youngstown arena in 2016 with Maren Morris. This time he'll be joined by another young female country star, Kelsea Ballerini. Ticket ...

Fri. 3:44 p.m.: Grandpa guilty of breaking grandson’s arm

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WARREN - A jury today deliberating the case of a man accused of breaking the arm of his grandson took less than three hours in the morning to find him guilty of felonious assault and other charges. Sentencing for Michael R. Tenney, 64, of Champion is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Wednesday before ...

Local bank stocks steady

Business

Cortland Bancorp stood pat in trading Thursday to close at $20.60 per share, while First Niles Financial also stood pat at $11.15 per share.

Governors ask Trump to do more on opioid crisis

Heroin epidemic

CHERRY HILL, N.J. — Less than three months after President Donald Trump declared the U.S. opioid crisis a public health emergency, the nation’s governors are calling on his administration and Congress to provide more money and coordination for the fight against the drugs, which are killing ...

Dance helps those battling serious illnesses

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WARREN — What started 17 years ago as a dance program at Liberty High School to raise funds for firefighters in New York City following the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks has grown to a three-hour event featuring 14 area dance studios raising funds for seriously ill residents. The 17th ...