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Warren G. Harding graduates commence their journeys

Warren G. Harding High School graduate Tony Shields, 18, gives Warren City Schools employee Michele Douglas, affectionately known as “Mama D” to the students, a huge hug during commencement exercises at Packard Music Hall on Thursday.

Talk of drones, curfew takes off

WARREN — City officials are looking at the latest technology, including drones and cameras, to combat an uptick in crime. Warren council met Thursday to discuss how drones and other technology can be used by law enforcement in dealing with individuals with weapons on four-wheelers and dirt ...

Man held on threats to school

VIENNA — A New Waterford man is being held without bond in the Trumbull County jail on charges of inducing panic and making terroristic threats to a Vienna aeronautics school. Christian Blymiller, 18, of Waterford Road, New Waterford, Columbiana County, appeared before Judge Jeffrey Adler ...

COVID cases rise for 8th straight week

The number of COVID-19 cases in Ohio has increased by nearly eight times in less than two months. COVID-19 cases per 100,000 Ohioans have risen for eight straight weeks as an omicron variant is spreading rapidly. Ohio had an 8 percent increase in COVID-19 cases per 100,000 residents this ...

Masury man sentenced for sex offense

WARREN — A Masury man was given a 30-month prison sentence on felony charges connected to sexual offenses against a 15-year-old girl. Isiah Krzyston, 22, of Brookfield Avenue, pleaded guilty April 21 to three counts of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor. When Trumbull County Common ...

Treasurer to retire, plans return

GIRARD — With Girard Board of Education members saying that Treasurer Mark Bello knows the school district, they plan to rehire him after his retirement on July 31. In March, the board approved a resolution of Bello’s intent to retire and then be rehired by the district in August. Bello ...