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Tiger Town to open this weekend

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HOWLAND — Work was being completed this week at Tiger Town at Howland Township Park with the first phase of the play area to be opened for the weekend. Howland Park commissioner Shawn Pompelia said the play units have been set up, mulch placed around the area and edging work is being ...

Trump to speak at shale conference

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PITTSBURGH — President Donald Trump is set to be keynote speaker at the Shale Insight conference Wednesday, a natural gas industry-related event, the Marcellus Shale Coalition reported. The Oct. 23 and 24 conference will be held at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh. The ...

Thu. 8:58 a.m.: Former Nazi SS guard, 93, goes on trial in Hamburg

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HAMBURG, Germany (AP) — From his post as a teenage SS private in a watchtower in Nazi Germany's Stutthof concentration camp, Bruno Dey could hear the screams of Jews dying in the gas chamber. And, Dey later told investigators, the carting of their lifeless bodies to the camp's crematorium was ...

On the record: Bloomfield

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WHAT: Township trustee meeting Monday PRESENT: Roger Peterson, John Beran and Jason Gwinn Trustees: • Discussed road flooding problems that have occurred in the 1200 block of Flagg Road; • Heard from Gwinn that extensive ditching work has been taking place on Dunkerton Road in ...

On the record: Braceville

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WHAT: Township trustee meeting Tuesday PRESENT: Rebecca Rood, Jeff Tucker and Dennis Kuchta Trustees: • Declared two properties at 3065 Eagle Creek Road and 5314 Shanks Phalanx Road as unfit for habitation and scheduled for demolition; • Accepted the resignation of police officer ...

Warren man sentenced for attack

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WARREN — Anthony N. Zachery Sr., 47, of Parkman Road NW, was sentenced to 5 to 7 1/2 years in prison Tuesday after being convicted at trial of felonious assault, domestic violence and resisting arrest involving his girlfriend. He also was sentenced to 60 additional days in prison for the ...

On the record: Weathersfield

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WHAT: Board of education meeting Wednesday PRESENT: Tim Gleason, Cheryl Basista, Mark Bodo, Joshua Garris and Aaron Wallace The board: • Accepted the retirement resignation of Marci Buchanan as library aide at Seaborn Elementary School effective Dec. 31 after 25 years. Buchanan, who is a ...

Teachers learn new methods at workshops

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MINERAL RIDGE — For Newton Falls teacher Jacob Connell, learning the origin and history of words will help him teach elementary students how to spell new words and learn their meanings. “Learning how language was developed and how it changed over the years will help us teach how we use ...

Tim Ryan’s fundraising lags behind competitors

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WARREN — Between July and September, U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan’s presidential campaign raised $425,731.01 — less than half of what he collected in the second quarter when he was at the bottom of the money list of Democratic candidates seeking the office. Ryan, D-Howland, significantly lags ...

Weathersfield to install fixed speed cameras

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WEATHERSFIELD — While some communities are considering getting rid of traffic cameras due to a provision in the state transportation budget that reduces local funding in 2020 by the amount of fines collected by the cameras, Weathersfield this week announced fixed speed cameras are coming to ...

Burglars strike at 6 sites in Warren

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WARREN — The city had six burglaries late Sunday through early Tuesday, but police say they don’t believe they are related. As for a trend, Lt. Bryan Holmes, officer in charge of the criminal investigations division, said he only sees one: One of them took place at the New Candlelight ...

County wants $42,000 repaid

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WARREN — Trumbull County commissioners want a company they hired to find them savings in the budget to return the $42,000 the county spent on the contract after the desired results were not realized. A company called GeoStar was contracted by commissioners in January 2018. It was paid ...

Woman sentenced in fatality

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YOUNGSTOWN — A Warren woman, charged in the 2018 wrong-way crash that killed her two young sons and only sibling, was given a seven-year prison term after a judge told her it was the most difficult decision he’s made so far in his short tenure. On Tuesday, Mahoning County Common Pleas ...

Sarah S. Byler 1932-2019

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PARKMAN — Sarah S. Schmucker Byler, 87, of Parkman, died Sunday evening, Oct.13, 2019, at UH-Geauga Medical Center. She was born Jan. 28, 1932, in Parkman, a daughter of Jonas and Mary Ann Miller Schmucker. She was a member of the Old Order Amish Church. Survivors include her ...

Teen accused of hitting girl with coffee cup

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WARREN — Shaun A. White, 17, of North Feederle Drive SE, was charged with felonious assault Sunday night after three girls said he threw a coffee cup at the head of one of them, causing a severe laceration on her head. Police spoke with the victim, 16, of Hollywood Street Northeast, at the ...

Champion woman charged in stabbing

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NILES — A Champion Township woman, 19, was arraigned Tuesday in Niles Municipal Court on felonious assault after police said she stabbed a Warren man multiple times at a house on West Third Street early Saturday. Judge Christopher Shaker entered a not guilty plea Tuesday for Kaylee M. ...