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Defense attorney reviews evidence

February 2, 2016 WARREN — The defense attorney for the Warren man accused of killing a 3-year-old boy last fall is reviewing the evidence against his client. more »»

On the record

February 2, 2016 Vienna WHAT: Township trustees meeting Monday PRESENT: Phil Pegg, Rich Dascenzo and Heidi Brown Trustees: l Hired Thomas Carey of Harrington Hoppe & Mitchell Ltd. more »»

Brookfield takes action to save township money, generate revenue

February 2, 2016 BROOKFIELD— Trustees here Monday said they are looking at ways to generate revenue and also save the township money. more »»

State & local at a glance

February 2, 2016 Officials: Fire at Buddhist temple likely arson COLUMBUS — Officials say a fire that badly damaged a Buddhist temple in Columbus appears to have been intentionally se. more »»

Man arraigned for shotgun robbery

February 2, 2016 WARREN — An Atlantic Street NE man pleaded not guilty Monday to an aggravated robbery charge filed in connection to a Jan. 16 robbery of a 34-year-old woman on Scott Street NE. more »»

Milwaukee man pleads guilty in Wal-Mart thefts

February 2, 2016 WARREN — A Milwaukee man pleaded guilty Monday to felony charges in connection to the theft last summer of more than $10,000 in merchandise from several Wal-Mart stores. Frank L. more »»

DNA testing sought in assault case

February 2, 2016 WARREN — The defense attorney for a Georgia man accused of assaulting a woman last summer at a Hubbard truck stop asked a judge Monday to allow DNA testing on the evidence and the accuser in the... more »»

At a glance

February 2, 2016 Vienna man sent to prison on violation WARREN — A Vienna man was sent to prison for one year after pleading guilty Monday to a probation violation from a 2014 conviction involving cultivation of... more »»

Construction heats up in mild winter

February 1, 2016 WARREN — Construction at various area building projects are moving ahead of schedule due to what so far has been a mild winter. more »»

Area students experience politics in action

February 1, 2016 DAVENPORT, Iowa — Maplewood High School student Julia Denman had a front-row seat Sunday evening, about 10 feet away from Republican presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio, as he spoke to supporters. more »»

Church kicks off first chili cookoff event

February 1, 2016 WARREN —Warren resident Julie Geddes said she always enjoyed her grandmother’s special chili, so she decided toenter the recipe Sunday in the first chili cookoff hosted by St. more »»

Warren’s Pete Perich dies at 93

February 1, 2016 WARREN — The longtime Warren photographer who spearheaded the effort to get the Neil Armstrong’s First Flight Lunar Module display erected off Parkman Road, has died at age 93. more »»

Watkins urges no parole for inmate Baksi

February 1, 2016 WARREN — Trumbull County Prosecutor Dennis Watkins refers to the jingle from a popular Motel 6 commercial in opposing the parole of an inmate serving time for the 1997 drug overdose of a fellow... more »»

At a glance

February 1, 2016 Crews fight house fire in Warren Township WARREN TOWNSHIP — Fire authorities are investigating a late Saturday fire that caused heavy damage to a home at 161 Park Road N. more »»

Lead’s out here

January 31, 2016 Officials with local public water suppliers say pipes they control that carry millions of gallons of the precious resource are free of lead, the common factor for tap water crises in places like... more »»

Sewer plant deteriorating, director says

January 31, 2016 WARREN — A recommendation to raise Warren’s wastewater treatment fees to help pay for improvements needed at the city’s wastewater treatment plant and pipe infrastructure downtown could be presented... more »»

Public defender cases on rise

January 31, 2016 WARREN — Even though the state is increasing its share of the cost for public defender programs, the only way Trumbull County will see extra cash is if the number of defendants using public defender... more »»

Resignations hurt nursing home

January 31, 2016 By RENEE FOX Tribune Chronicle While representatives from the state visited Liberty’s Campus Health and Rehab on Colonial Drive to investigate complaints, several licensed practical nurses, the... more »»

Students learn it’s what you know that counts

January 31, 2016 LORDSTOWN — There were brackets, team colors, cheering sections, strategic substitutions and even advance scouting. This wasn’t a sporting event. more »»

At a glance

January 31, 2016 Police blame break-ins on heroin addicts HILLIARD — Police in central Ohio are blaming the state’s heroin epidemic for a recent uptick in burglaries. more »»



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