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Free Thanksgiving dinners in Trumbull and Mahoning counties

November 23, 2015 • BRISTOLVILLE — Bristolville United Methodist Church, state routes 88 and 45, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday. more »»

Killer’s case coming up for parole

November 23, 2015 The Ohio Parole Board released a man serving a life sentence for murder in 2007, after his defense attorney argued he has a terminal auto-immune disorder that gives him a 50 percent chance of dying... more »»

Families enjoy holidays at Butler

November 23, 2015 YOUNGSTOWN — Debrah Bowell knows all about the Butler Institute of American Art since she is among the many docents who guide visitors on tours of the museum. more »»

At a glance

November 23, 2015 Champion takes first step on police renewal levy CHAMPION — Township trustees at a special meeting Saturday took the first step necessary to place a 1. more »»

Shop till you drop

November 22, 2015 Four-month-old Briello Gibson might not be able to walk yet, but that doesn’t mean the brand new boots she sported on Friday weren’t made for shopping. more »»

Fans share memories

November 22, 2015 WARREN — As the area’s longest continuously operating track, Sharon Speedway has been home to more racing history than any other track in Trumbull County. Ron Novak of Hartford grew up there. more »»

Community is the spirit of Small Business Saturday

November 22, 2015 Two years ago, Fran Whitehurst started putting her plans for a new business into practice. She considered opening her Sassy Sisters Furniture and Decor store in Liberty a few weeks back. more »»

A light for the lost

November 22, 2015 WARREN — Mary Kopiak’s nails were painted “Smurf blue for my Baby Smurf” in memory of her daughter, Valerie, on the near-17th anniversary of her suicide at the age of 19. more »»

Fighting for the schools

November 22, 2015 WARREN — The Trumbull County chapter of the NAACP wants help in its fight to make changes to a new Ohio law that allows the state to take over failing school districts and appoint chief executive... more »»

Water protection rule puts cities, homeowners at odds

November 22, 2015 Slivers of land covered with wild grass and shrubs meant to protect drinking water in reservoirs around Ohio have become the source of a squabble among homeowners, cities and state lawmakers. more »»

At a glance

November 22, 2015 Brush fire burns in Champion CHAMPION — A brush fire burned about five acres Saturday afternoon in Champion. Firefighters were called about 2 p.m. more »»

Autos hot for holiday

November 22, 2015 WARREN — There are several times a year when it’s a good time to buy a new vehicle, and Black Friday is one of them, Tino Merlo said. more »»

The little girl who could: Life after pit bull attack

November 22, 2015 CINCINNATI (AP) — Zainabou Drame rolls sideways down the steep slope of her front yard. Moments later, she runs down the sidewalk, the shoelaces of her sneakers untied. Her older brother follows. more »»

Pilot, co-pilot identified

November 22, 2015 AKRON (AP) — An Ohio medical examiner has identified the pilot and co-pilot who were killed along with seven passengers when a small jet crashed into an Akron apartment building. more »»

Residents petition businesses selling liquor

November 22, 2015 99 years ago in 1916: l Chief Engineer Parsons of the Erie Railroad announced plans are about ready for a new $7 million terminal station in Youngstown. more »»

Daughter named to manage estate

November 22, 2015 CINCINNATI (AP) — The estate of a motorist who was fatally shot by a University of Cincinnati policeman after a traffic stop will be managed by the driver’s 18-year-old daughter, who was appointed t... more »»

Crews begin pumping cargo from barge

November 22, 2015 TOLEDO (AP) — Salvage crews have begun an underwater operation to pump a hazardous oil-based substance from a sunken barge that apparently had been sitting undiscovered on the bottom of Lake Erie fo... more »»

Ohio announces $3M to treat mental illness in jails

November 22, 2015 YOUNGSTOWN (AP) — The state has announced $3 million in grants to address the mental health needs of offenders in county jails in hopes of reducing jail populations and the number of inmates... more »»

Health officials fired, resign

November 22, 2015 CLEVELAND (AP) — The Cleveland mayor says the city’s top two public health officials failed to address residents’ health concerns as they struggled to do their jobs. more »»

State & local at a glance

November 22, 2015 People gather to remember Tamir CLEVELAND — Dozens of people have attended the first in a series of events marking the one-year anniversary of the fatal shooting of a black Cleveland boy who was... more »»



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