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Trumbull Land Bank gets nod in Times

August 22, 2014 WARREN — ‘‘How cool is it that we are in the New York Times?’’ said Matt Martin, executive director of Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership, of the mention the Trumbull County Land Bank received in an... more »»

Hotel holds official opening

August 22, 2014 NILES — It’s not quite clear which is the bigger beneficiary — Residence Inn by Marriott or Eastwood Mall. more »»

Echoes of ohltown

August 22, 2014 Carpenters from Joseph Sylvester Construction of Boardman re-install a 1,500-pound church bell into the tower after the bell was lifted by crane into place Thursday morning at Ohltown United... more »»

Building owner charged

August 22, 2014 WARREN — The owner of the former Dana Street Delphi Packard plant is scheduled to appear in court next month to face charges stemming from violations at the building that city officials say should... more »»

Auditor: District on right track

August 22, 2014 BROOKFIELD — The school district could save nearly $250,000 a year and move closer toward shedding its fiscal emergency status, according to a performance audit released Thursday by Ohio State... more »»

Vigil remembers loved ones

August 22, 2014 WARREN — Names of loved ones lost are etched into bricks at the Healing Garden next to the Cancer Care Center at St. Joseph Health Center. more »»

At a glance

August 22, 2014 State Route 5 to remain closed at least 10 days NEWTON FALLS — A 4-foot deep hole beneath three of four lanes on state Route 5 will continue to keep the road closed between state Routes 82 and 534... more »»

Band night marches on

August 22, 2014 Warren G. Harding High School Marching Band horn player William Bell, a junior, performs Thursday with the rest of the Raiders during the school’s band night. more »»

On the record

August 22, 2014 Bristol WHAT: Bristol Township trustee meeting on Wednesday PRESENT: Ramon French and Mark Webb ABSENT: Douglas Seemann Trustees: l Heard from resident and historical society member Wendell Lauth... more »»

Fire at former Liberty hotel ruled as arson

August 22, 2014 LIBERTY — According to to Liberty Township fire Chief Gus Birch, an arsonist set the fire Wednesday at the former Budget Luxury Inn. more »»

Vigil over Ferguson case

August 21, 2014 Organizers said that in Trumbull County, vigils were scheduled at First Presbyterian Church in Mineral Ridge and at Vienna Presbyterian Church in Trumbull County, but no one was present at either... more »»

Health board member seeks state probe

August 21, 2014 BAZETTA — The newest member of the Trumbull County Board of Health has asked the state Attorney General’s and Auditor’s offices to investigate what she says are ‘‘irregularities’’ concerning the... more »»

Niles audit is due soon

August 21, 2014 NILES — Following Wednesday’s Niles City Council meeting, representatives from state auditor Dave Yost’s office presented council and Mayor Ralph Infante with what was reportedly their final... more »»

Charge dismissed against Trumbull corrections officer

August 21, 2014 WARREN — A judge, acting on the recommendation of a Warren Municipal Court prosecutor, dismissed a misdemeanor charge Wednesday against a female corrections officer in the Trumbull County Jail who ... more »»

Local at a glance

August 21, 2014 White House official to speak at YSU climate event YOUNGSTOWN — Paula Brooks, a member of the Bipartisan White House Task Force on Climate Preparedness and Resilience, will host a roundtable... more »»

Two escape Warren fire

August 21, 2014 WARREN — A man and woman escaped a Tuesday night house fire that officials determined was intentionally set. Investigators are questioning a suspect in the arson. more »»

Ice bucket event for ALS a hit with Warren Schools

August 21, 2014 WARREN — The ALS?Ice Bucket Challenge found its way to Warren as Warren City Schools Superintendent Steve Chiaro, Warren G. more »»

Duties, salaries increased for port workers

August 21, 2014 VIENNA — Four employees at the Western Reserve Port Authority have been granted pay increases totaling about $20,000 as compensation for taking on expanded duties, airport officials said. more »»

Police dispatchers petition to keep department intact

August 21, 2014 WARREN — Officials are planning to meet with police dispatchers and their union representative on Friday to talk about a proposal that calls for the city to contract with the Trumbull County 911... more »»

Electric company seeks tax exemption

August 21, 2014 WARREN — An electrical contractor in Liberty is applying for a 49 percent property tax exemption for new office and shop space on Trumbull Avenue in the township. more »»



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