Man says woman tried to run him over with a car
WARREN - A city man told police a woman he knows tried to run him over with a car outside his residence Wednesday morning.
Steven J. Billock, 30, of 137 Forest St. N.W., suffered an apparent minor injury, according to a Warren police report. The report indicates the alleged assault took place around 10:15 a.m. The female's name was not included on the police report.
No other injuries were reported and police provided no other information.
Today is last day to submit Giving Thanks
WARREN - The Tribune Chronicle is continuing its tradition of publishing notes of gratitude for the annual Giving Thanks features over Thanksgiving week.
Good fortune may include things like a steady paycheck, a happy family, a life-changing experience or a special person.
Submissions are due today at the Tribune Chronicle.
To submit thankful thoughts, use the form published in the newspaper, or submit electronically at www.tribtoday.com, click ''VNR: submit your news'' and go to "Giving Thanks"; or email to email@example.com.
Include your complete name, a phone number (not for publication) and the community in which you reside. Submissions should be limited to 25 words.
Local schools who wish to participate this year are encouraged to send student submissions electronically. After each submission, please list the student's name and grade. Also include the name of the school and community.
Local teachers set to receive STEM grants
FirstEnergy has announced it will award 21 teachers, including educators in Warren and Youngstown, with education grants in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
Recipients of the grants include Terri Fleming of the Trumbull Career and Technical Center in Warren and Carrie Sinkele and Pam Lubich, both of the Chaney STEM Campus in Youngstown.
The grants will be up to $500 each and will be used to develop hands-on projects, workshops and teacher development programs during the school year.
Correctional Institution scores high marks
LEAVITTSBURG - The Trumbull Correctional Institution has scored high marks on its latest audit.
The review by Ohio's Correctional Institution Inspection Committee found that TCI is one of the safest, cleanest, and well-managed higher security institutions in Ohio.
Under the leadership of Warden LaRose, critical incidents have all decreased at TCI, according to the audit report.
The report made special note that the number of assaults at the prison is "exceptional." Also, the number of inmates who test positive for drugs has decreased, Tribune Chronicle news partner WYTV 33 News reported.
Two men indicted in West Side robbery
YOUNGSTOWN - Two men reportedly caught in the act of robbing a West Side convenience store last week were indicted Thursday by a Mahoning County grand jury.
Timothy Fulton, 38, and Charles Bulatko, 20, were indicted on charges of aggravated robbery, aggravated burglary and two counts of having weapons while under disability. They both remain at the Mahoning County Jail pending their arraignments today, according to Tribune Chronicle news partner WYTV 33 News.
The men were arrested early Friday after police said they nearly crashed into a tree at Mill Creek Park. When Mill Creek Park police made the traffic stop, they found pills, marijuana and a gun inside the vehicle, according to a police report.
The gun matched the description of one used earlier in the evening to threaten a woman and one that was used to rob the Schenley Carry-Out store on Mahoning Avenue, police said.