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New cases

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Cases filed in Trumbull County Dec. 7 to 14: COMPLAINT SAM LAMANCUSA, TRUMBULL COUNTY TREASURER vs. DUMAIRE, ANGELA MARIE et al NOTICE OF APPEAL-11TH DISTRICT COURT OF APPEALS HURTON, DANIEL vs. BOYER, ANDREW et al CAIMONA, JOSEPH vs. MORE MUSCLE CARS LLC et ...

Closed cases

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Cases closed in Trumbull County Dec. 7 to 14: CLOSED POPSON, MELISSA M. vs. POPSON SR., JUSTIN A. ANDREATTA, KYLE P. vs. ANDREATTA, AMBER POWELL, HEATHER ROSE vs. POWELL,CHRISTOPHER AARON CRACIUN, JOHN T. vs. MARSTELLER, WILLIAM E. et al ROCKENFELDER, ELAINA D. ...

Thunder Over the Valley air show grounded

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VIENNA — The 2020 Thunder Over the Valley Air Show and Open House that draws thousands of people to the Youngstown Air Reserve Station has been grounded. In a Friday announcement, Col. Joe Janik, commander of the Vienna base, said the operational budget of the 910th Airlift Wing at YARS has ...

Speaker explores African-American Christianity

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WARREN — “In order to have commonality, there must be a common reference, which in this case is all of us being children of God,” said Father Moses Berry, who led a recent all-day conference at St. John’s Orthodox Church in Warren. Berry spoke on “Honoring a Shared Heritage and ...

Religion news

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CHRISTMAS EVE EVENTS • Blessed Sacrament Parish, 3020 Reeves Road, Warren, 4 and 10 p.m. Christmas Eve and 10 a.m. Christmas Day • Bristolville United Methodist Church, corner of state Routes 45 and 88, 7 p.m. • Calvary Bible Church, 4747 Warren Road NE, 6 p.m. • Calvary ...

Brookfield woman’s collection helped sons see themselves in Santa

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BROOKFIELD — Rose Jones has been busy the last few weeks closing out the books at Second Baptist Church in Warren — where she is treasurer — and setting up her collection of nearly 500 black Santas and angels inside her home. The collection includes a variety of glass, ceramic, plastic ...

Niles goes to the dogs

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NILES — Niles McKinley High School senior Rachel Libert said her interest in neuroscience and her love for animals together are what made her decide to bring a therapy dog to the school Friday to help promote mental health. “There’s a lot of research that dogs improve health,” Libert ...

Cash to bolster farmers markets

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WARREN — Farmers and farmers market managers in Trumbull and Mahoning counties can partner with Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership to market their markets and produce. TNP received about $200,000 from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to assist farmers and markets with marketing, in hopes ...

Howland

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WHAT: Board of Education meeting Monday PRESENT: Susan Brucoli, Julie Altawil, Dr. Ken Jones, Scott Lehman, Barbara Wright, Superintendent Kevin Spicher and Treasurer Rhonda Baldwin-Amorganos The board: • Approved Family and Medical Leave for Emily Hartman from March 30 to May 28; ...

Mathews

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WHAT: Board of Education meeting Monday PRESENT: Tarin Brown, Tom Gifford, Michelle Garman, Jim Pegg and Rex Rager The board: • Approved placing Adrianna Lamonge, long-term substitute, on a one-year limited contract effective Dec. 3 at a daily rate of $179.43; • Approved 12-week ...

Niles

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WHAT: Board of Education meeting Tuesday PRESENT: President Mary Ann McMahon, Rebecca DePanicis, Susan Gianetti Longacre, Tony Perrone, Superintendent Ann Marie Thigpen, interim Treasurer Craig Yaniglos ABSENT: Bobby Seifert The board: • Approved purchase orders of $15,000 for the ...

Niles

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WHAT: City Council meeting Wednesday PRESENT: President Robert Marino Jr., P.J. Kearney, Sheri Smith, Linda Marchese, Al Cantola, Ryan McNaughton, Barry Profato, Michael Lastic and Mayor Steve Mientkiewicz Council: • Approved the creation of capital improvement project funds for police ...

Bristol

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WHAT: Board of Education meeting Wednesday PRESENT: Don Mickel, Misty Berry, Kristine Stephens and Scott Chapman ABSENT: Kathleen Johnson The board: • Noted that Johnson has served 28 years as a member of the board, serving as president and on many committees. Her term ends Dec. 31. ...

McDonald

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WHAT: Village council meeting Wednesday PRESENT: Scott Seitz, Walter Bradley, Brian Fisher, Cliff DeZee, Rich Harvey, Ray Lewis and Mayor Allen Puckett Council: • Recognized Seitz for his years of service on council since 2012. His term ends Dec. 31; • Swore-in new council member ...

Newton Falls

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WHAT: Board of Education special meeting Dec. 7 and regular meeting Thursday PRESENT: Aimee Crowder, Ken Kline, Debra Davis, Brent Powell and Jennifer Urbania The board: • Gave final approval for placing two five-year renewal levies on the March 17 primary ballot for day-to-day needs and ...

Southington

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WHAT: Board of Education meeting Thursday PRESENT: Betsy Dunn, Steve Gilanyi, Al Haberstroh, Terry Kelly and Richard Selep The board: • Presented an honorary diploma to resident Jack Elston Sr., 94, who left high school in his senior year to serve in the U.S. Army from 1943 to 1945. The ...

JobsOhio: Nonprofit allowed to stay mum on business

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YOUNGSTOWN — The $1 billion generated each year as bottles of booze are swept off the shelves of Ohio’s liquor stores goes into the hands of a private nonprofit that is able to conduct some of its business in secrecy as it makes decisions about the state’s economic development. The ...

Seeing Eye: Trees in spotlight at McKinley library in Niles

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ONGOING EXHIBITION: The McKinley Memorial Library and Museum, 401 N. Main St., will host its annual Festival of Trees in the memorial auditorium through Jan. 10. Museum hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday to Friday. GIFT WRAPPING: The Art Outreach Gallery in the Eastwood Mall will have local ...