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Sewer projects OK’d

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WARREN — Trumbull County commissioners Wednesday approved the fifth phase of the Little Squaw Creek sewer improvement project in Vienna and the Belmont Park sanitary sewer project in Liberty. The projects were recommended by the Trumbull County Sanitary Engineer’s Office. The Liberty ...

Warren mom left child in cold car

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WARREN — A Warren mother who left her 5-year-old child in the family van overnight in January was sentenced this week to 10 days in jail on a child endangering charge. Appearing Tuesday in Warren Municipal Court, Elisa Elliott, 29, 2152 Peace Ave., pleaded guilty to the charge before Judge ...

Marriage applications

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Marriage applications granted in Trumbull County March 4-8: Rachel F. Worsham, 35, Cleveland, and Maurice R.H. Murphy Jr., 29, Leavittsburg Kassius W. Williams, 20, Leavittsburg, and Eliza Robinson, 19, Cleveland Michael J. Bender, 36, Warren, and Anna N. Cook, 26, Warren Donna E. ...

On the record – Vienna

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WHAT: Mathews Board of Education meeting Wednesday PRESENT: Tarin Brown, Tom Gifford, Michele Garman, James Pegg and Rex Rager The board: • Approved employing George Garrett as junior high student council adviser for $569 for the 2018-2019 school year; • Approved employing Carol ...

Section of East Market Street closed

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WARREN — East Market Street from Laird Avenue to Homewood Avenue will be closed 6 p.m. Friday to Sunday afternoon as work will be done at Trumbull Regional Medical Center. Warren Director of Engineering / Planning Paul Makosky said the hospital is having HVAC work on the roof and needs to ...

On the record – Champion

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WHAT: Board of Education meeting Monday PRESENT: Jim Scher, David Mahan, John Pitts, Patricia Fisher and Kelly Boyle The board: • Approved the high school robotics team competing March 28 to 30 at the Buckeye Regional Robotics competition in Cleveland. The team competed March 12 to 17 at ...

County commissioners award bids

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WARREN — Trumbull County commissioners on Wednesday awarded several bids. Foust Construction Inc. of Girard was awarded an $80,000 contract to make improvements to Owsley Street in Brookfield. A bid of $108,000 by S.E.T. of Lowellville was rejected. A $39,637 bid made by Daniel A. ...

On the record – Cortland

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WHAT: City council meeting Monday PRESENT: Deidre Petrosky, Kevin Piros, James Edwards, Kathy Fleischer, Patti Keller, Don Moore, Scott Rowley and Mayor James Woofter Council: • Enterted into a contract with the Ohio Department of Transportation for the resurfacing of a section of state ...

On the record – Hubbard

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WHAT: City council meeting Monday PRESENT: Bill Williams, Bonnie Viele, Tim O’Hara, Lisha Pompili-Baumiller, Michael Toda, Justin Silvidi, Jerome Crowe, Ben Kyle and Mayor John Darko Council: • Approved advertising for bids for the 2019 summer street paving that will include 10 streets, ...

Marriages

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Marriage applications granted in Trumbull County March 4-8: Rachel F. Worsham, 35, Cleveland, and Maurice R.H. Murphy Jr., 29, Leavittsburg Kassius W. Williams, 20, Leavittsburg, and Eliza Robinson, 19, Cleveland Michael J. Bender, 36, Warren, and Anna N. Cook, 26, Warren Donna E. ...

Community Stars care for others

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WARREN — Described as caring people who have stepped up to make a difference in the lives of others in their communities, 10 local residents received the 2019 Community Star award. More than 300 people attended the 18th annual Community Star banquet Tuesday at St. Demetrios Center, as five ...

Students learn healthy living

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WARREN — Each week, fifth- to eighth-grade students at McGuffey PK-8 School spend time after school learning ways to stay healthy through fitness and food choice. McGuffey School guidance counselor Jill Redmond said the McGuffey fitness and wellness program is held for 14 sessions, once per ...

Trumbull County

Police Blotters

Trumbull County Sheriff’s Office activity reported March 5-12: March 12, 10:41 a.m. — Mailbox damage reported in the 2700 block of Mahan Denman Road, Bristol. 9:28 a.m. — Assault reported in the 6800 block of Morrell Ray Road, Mecca. 6:50 a.m. — Assault with house fire reported in ...

Howland may close North Road Intermediate

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HOWLAND — The Howland Board of Education is expected to vote Monday on a recommendation to relocate the district’s fifth grade to Howland Middle School next school year and close North Road Intermediate as part of the district’s strategic planning process. “Continued monitoring of ...

Dairy Queen to raise money for local hospital

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CHILDREN’S MIRACLE NETWORK: Dairy Queen locations throughout the Mahoning Valley will offer guests a free small cone to celebrate the first day of spring today along with raising awareness and money for local Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Proceeds will benefit Akron Children’s ...

Ralph Infante appeal to be heard in Akron

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WARREN — When attorneys for Ralph Infante argue their appeal for the former mayor of Niles, who was convicted last year in a public corruption case, they will do so in Akron instead of Warren. Infante, serving a 10-year sentence in the Lorain Correctional Institution, was found guilty of 13 ...

Agenda

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• JOSEPH BADGER LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF EDUCATION will meet 6 p.m. today at the school complex auditorium. • GUSTAVUS TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES will meet with other townships over EMS levies 6:30 p.m. today at the town hall. • HARTFORD PARK BOARD will meet 7:30 p.m. today at the ...

Commissioners urge rebidding of transit contract

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WARREN — Trumbull County commissioners are urging the Trumbull Transit Board not to ignore its own policies and repeat mistakes the Federal Transit Administration pointed out the last time the board looked for a new transportation contract in 2013. “One of the recommendations from the ...

Wed. 8:15 p.m.: Liberty police seek tips about hotel prostitution

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LIBERTY - Township police are asking for help from residents and businesses to help catch human trafficking and prostitution going on at the six hotels surrounding the Interstate 80 and Belmont Avenue exit. Police Chief Toby Meloro said the action is coming in the wake of the March 14 arrest ...