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Liberty grad plays Packard

February 5, 2016 WARREN — Jerry DePizzo Sr. said his son had a gift. “He could pick up an instrument in a very short time and he could master it,” he said. more »»

Overdosed kids out of hospital

February 5, 2016 WARREN — Guardians of young siblings treated for what police suspect is an accidental overdose on heroin went to pick them up Thursday from Akron Children’s Hospital so they could be placed in a... more »»

Computer theft leads to shooting

February 5, 2016 WARREN — Three men tracking a computer stolen from a vehicle parked at a restaurant in Niles were shot at late Wednesday in front of the Colonial Street SE home the thief took it to, leading police... more »»

Pipe producer cuts operations

February 5, 2016 BROOKFIELD — TMK IPSCO, a steel pipe producing facility in Brookfield, this week announced to its workers plans to lay off 106 employees within 60 day. more »»

Things 2 Do

February 5, 2016 TODAY • Get some laughs at the Youngstown Playhouse production of “Foul Play,” 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 for adults and $12 for students and senior citizens. Call 330-788-8739 for ticket. more »»

Bus issues move along at session

February 5, 2016 WARREN — Several city departments should expect to hear from the mayor and school superintendent about issues regarding busing policy, sidewalks and flooding affecting students. more »»

Ex-officer sues over firing

February 5, 2016 WARREN — A former Newton Falls part-time police officer who was fired last May because of allegations of inappropriate behavior, has sued the village, Village Manager Jack Haney and other residents... more »»


February 5, 2016 Vic Rubenstein, who founded VC Rubenstein Associates Inc., was 72 when he died on Tuesday. more »»

Warren worker faces discipline

February 5, 2016 WARREN — An employee in the operations department faces a charge of “gross misconduct” stemming from an accusation made against him while he was working in the water department. more »»

At a glance

February 5, 2016 Road closed for pipe replacement BRACEVILLE — Braceville Robinson Road between state Route 5 and Oviatt Windham Road will be closed today for an emergency pipe replacement. more »»

Students learn their votes count

February 5, 2016 LORDSTOWN — Just one vote can mean the difference between victory or defeat. And Lordstown High School student Erica Knox, 17, said knowing her vote matters is a reason to register as a new voter. more »»

Reaction watered down

February 5, 2016 WARREN — The proposal for a waterline from Braceville to Southington connecting Western Trumbull County to the city of Warren and Newton Falls received mixed reviews Thursday night. The proposed 1. more »»

For the record

February 5, 2016 Trumbull County WHAT: Commissioners meeting Wednesday. PRESENT: Mauro Cantalamessa, Frank Fuda and Daniel Polivka Commissioners: l Hired Jeffrey A. more »»

Local & state at a glance

February 5, 2016 Brookfield wants to preserve roof BROOKFIELD —Brookfield Township officials, on behalf of the local historical society and historic preservation group, will be seeking a grant through the Ohio... more »»

Warren kids stable after Narcan dose

February 4, 2016 By RENEE FOX Tribune Chronicle WARREN — Two Randolph Street NW siblings who police “assume” ingested heroin, were in a “situation they never should have been in” and the health consequences for the... more »»

GM workers to see $11K in bonuses

February 4, 2016 Automakers at the Lordstown General Motors plant each will collect an $11,000 bonus following the company’s record $9.7 billion net profit announced Wednesday. more »»

Sen. Brown proposes lead legislation

February 4, 2016 WARREN — More legislation is being proposed to ensure communities will not have toxic amounts of lead leaching into their water systems for extensive periods without local and state governments... more »»

Niles police specify service cuts after layoffs

February 4, 2016 NILES — Fewer drug investigations, fewer traffic enforcement and fewer officers on the street will be the norm in Niles for the foreseeable future as layoffs take effect Wednesday. more »»

Church embezzler gets year

February 4, 2016 WARREN — A former Niles city employee was sentenced Wednesday to one year in prison on felony charges in the embezzlement of $97,000 from Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in Niles. more »»

Niles doctor’s federal case is dismissed

February 4, 2016 WARREN — A federal lawsuit charging improper health care agency billing brought against an orthopaedic surgeon with an office in Niles was dropped by the former employee who filed it after a... more »»



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