Bristol Schools plan open house Saturday
BRISTOL - Bristol's Parents Interested in Education group will hold a tour of the school building from 8 a.m to noon today.
The event is to showcase the schools, show what work needs to be done, and why passage of a school levy in November is necessary to bring the high school into the 21st century.
There will be voter registration information and refreshments.
Niles bicyclist dies from injuries
NILES - A city man who was hit by a car while riding his bicycle on North Main Street last month has died from his injuries.
Gregory Dunn, 54, of Bent Willow Drive, was pronounced dead Thursday by the Mahoning County coroner at St. Elizabeth Health Center, reports state.
Dunn was pedaling about 8 p.m. on Sept. 20 near Federal Street when he was struck by a vehicle driven by Elizabeth Sheets, 18. Sheets is expected to face charges after police meet with prosecutors, according to Tribune Chronicle newspartner WYTV 33 News.
Liberty trustees to meet on road levy
LIBERTY - Township trustees have scheduled a special meeting for 7 p.m. Monday at the township administration building for a presentation about the road levy on the Nov. 5 ballot.
The 1.25-mill, five-year additional levy is for the construction, reconstruction, resurfacing and repair of streets and bridges in the township.
Trustee Chairwoman Jodi Stoyak said residents will be able to ask questions about the levy.
Stretch of road to remain closed
NEWTON - The need to do more work along Newton Falls Bailey Road will require the stretch to be closed longer than planned.
The section of road between Pennsylvania Avenue and Miller Graber Road was slated to open Friday. The new opening date is Wednesday, according to a news release from the Trumbull County Engineer's Office.
Workers began upgrading crosspipes along the road on Sept. 30.
The detour is south on Pennsylvania, southeast on Newton Falls Tomlinson Road, east on Selkirk Bush Road and north on Miller Graber.
Woman released on bond in theft case
WARREN - A former operator of a tattoo parlor is out on bond following her arraignment Friday morning on theft and tampering charges.
Holly Kahn-Webber, with addresses of both 2050 Niles Cortland Road, Niles, and 38 South State St., Girard, was charged Wednesday by a Trumbull County grand jury with 11 counts of tampering with records and one count of grand theft.
The indictment for theft alleges more than $99,000 worth of benefits were given to Kahn-Webber between April 2007 and May 2013. The multiple counts of tampering with records reflects documents the woman signed off on twice a year that stated she had no income.
During that time, Kahn-Webber operated Hollywood Ink, a tattoo parlor in Girard.
Firefighters to be sworn in Monday
YOUNGSTOWN - Two new firefighters will be sworn in by Mayor Charles Sammarone at 9:30 a.m. Monday at Fire Station No 1.
An oath ceremony will take place.