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Trumbull County courts

Divorces and dissolutions granted in Trumbull County July 10-17: Divorces OBORN, DERRICK A. vs. OBORN, CASSANDRA A. MOORE, TONY A. vs, MOORE, TYELANAE K. SCOTT, JEROME A. vs. SCOTT, LOUISE B. MILETO, DOMINIC R. vs. MILETO, HEATHER A. ELSER, BRIAN K. ...

KSU awarded $1.6 million in National Science grants

KENT — Kent State University was awarded $1.6 million from three separate National Science Foundation grants. A grant of $1 million will aim to ensure the retention of newly hired secondary STEM teachers in high-needs settings. A second grant of $550,000 will work to develop a zero-power ...

Warren native Tori Piper promises ‘magical’ ceremony

Warren native Tori Piper said the opening ceremony of the 2021 Summer Olympics in Tokyo is one not to miss. She should know. This is the fourth Olympics the 2005 Warren G. Harding High School graduate has worked, and most of her time so far in Tokyo has been involved in how to light and ...

Newton Falls council to vote again on firing of David Lynch

NEWTON FALLS — After voting 3-1 this week to fire village manager David Lynch, Newton Falls Village Council now plans to meet again next week to rehash Lynch’s termination and to discuss the termination of police Chief Gene Fixler. Some members of council believe Fixler may have been ...

Falls man to serve 9 months for two charges

WARREN — A Newton Falls man on Thursday received concurrent nine-month prison sentences after pleading guilty to separate cases of domestic violence and possession of a fentanyl-related compound. Travis G. Gant, 29, of Milton Boulevard, appeared before Trumbull County Common Pleas Judge ...

Lordstown approves bid to update track

LORDSTOWN — The Board of Education has approved a $123,990 contract with Astro Turf Corp. for the track renovation to be done this fall. Superintendent Greg Bonamase said at Wednesday’s meeting the company will start in September placing a top coat on the track, as well as fixing the area ...