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St. Patrick congregation keeps light going

HUBBARD — Hundreds gathered in the cold in front of St. Patrick Parish on Tuesday evening to mark one year since the church caught fire. Work will continue through this year to reconstruct a section of the church that suffered excessive fire and smoke damage on Jan. 18, 2021. The Rev. ...

Legal road ends for Delphi retirees

The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear the Delphi Salaried Retirees Association appeal concerning the involuntarily terminated Delphi Salaried Pension Plan. That termination in 2009 affected nearly 20,000 seniors who worked as salaried employees for the then Delphi Corp. The retirees ...

Warren teens kicked out during storm

WARREN — Eva B. Harris, 38, was arraigned Tuesday in Warren Municipal Court on two counts of child endangering, accused of sending her two teenage kids out into more than a foot of snow Monday. Harris pleaded not guilty and received a personal recognizance bond, meaning she did not have to ...

Old St. Joseph Riverside Hospital tops remediation list

WARREN — The old St. Joseph Riverside Hospital is one of six sites identified in Trumbull County’s first-round application for the Ohio Department of Development’s Brownfield Remediation Program. The former hospital on Tod Avenue NW in Warren is considered a brownfield because of the ...

Police probing shooting death in Warren

WARREN — A Trumbull County 911 report identified the victim of a Monday fatal shooting as a 19-year-old Warren man. However, Warren police are not releasing the name of the victim pending notification of relatives. A 911 report stated the victim of a gunshot to the chest was pronounced ...

Assault, robbery defendant seeks new counsel

WARREN — Jody Hall, 19, who was the victim of a shooting last October in Warren, was expected to enter a guilty plea of his own Tuesday in a shooting case from February, but he instead asked to hire a new attorney. Hall told Judge Andrew Logan of Trumbull County Common Pleas Court he had ...