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Trumbull County courts: New cases

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Cases filed in Trumbull County July 11-18: Notice of appeal OHIO 11TH DISTRICT COURT OF APPEALS vs. FASLINE, FRANCIS FOUNDATION MEDICI vs. BUTLER INSTITUTE OF AMERICAN ART Foreclosure PHH MORTGAGE CORPORATION vs. SIMPSON JR., DOUGLAS et al MIDFIRST BANK vs. ...

Food trailer blues

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BAZETTA — Several food-trailer proprietors were hopeful this strange COVID-19 summer of 2020 would be just be a blip and things could get back to normal soon. About a dozen trailers set up along the main drive Friday afternoon for the Trumbull County Fair Board’s third and last “food ...

Church opens new site in Lordstown

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LORDSTOWN — Congregation members of Harvest Point Church met for the first time at their new location July 19 at the former United Auto Workers Hall off Salt Springs Road. The church, which previously met in a storefront in a plaza off Tod Avenue, was looking for a new site because of ...

Ohio sets 3-day case record

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Ohio broke its record for the most reported COVID-19 cases during a three-day span with 4,662 between Wednesday and Friday. While the number of cases declined Friday for the first time this week, the 1,533 number is the fifth-most for a single day since the start of the pandemic. Thursday’s ...

Religion news

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ASSUMPTION PILGRIMAGE: The 55th annual Assumption Pilgrimage will take place Aug. 13 to 15 at the Basilica and National Shrine of Our Lady of Lebanon, 2759 N. Lipkey Road, North Jackson. The event will include Mass, confessions, anointing of the sick, a candlelight procession, band concert and ...

Warren man relishes role as ‘church ambassador’

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Whether selling items at a former longtime department store, displaying his personality at his church, dressing up for special occasions or a myriad of other pursuits, one aspect courses through them for Jack Doran. “I just love people; my favorite things, I believe, is family, friends and ...

Interest rates drop; county to get less funds

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WARREN — Interest rates are so low, Trumbull County’s investment earning projections are plummeting, and the state intends to further cut the amount of money it sends to the county in local government funds. While the county expected at the beginning of the year to generate $1.4 ...

Hearing set for candidate’s residency

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WARREN — The Trumbull County Board of Elections on Friday had no trouble choosing the method to determine whether Republican commissioner candidate Niki Frenchko is a qualified Trumbull County voter, but the board struggled to decide when to have a hearing. After a second motion, the ...

Warren business loan program ending

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WARREN — A loan program established by the city to help small businesses reopen and purchase personal protective equipment is set to end Aug. 15. Using a portion of $702,138 the city received from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic (CARES) Act, Warren established a forgivable ...

Ryan, mayors push for FBI building

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There’s little chance President Donald Trump’s request for $1.8 billion for a new FBI headquarters will be approved by Congress in a COVID-19 bill and virtually no chance it would be relocated far from Washington, D.C., but U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan and 10 northeast Ohio mayors are asking it ...

Bazetta Walmart evacuated

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BAZETTA — Walmart, 2016 Millennium Blvd., was evacuated Friday night after the store experienced an electrical issue that caused an outlet to smolder, according to the Bazetta fire department. Laura DelPiero of Cortland, who was waiting for her mother, Gina Stockton DelPiero, to check out ...

Man charged after threats to engineer’s office

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WARREN — A Cortland man is facing charges in Warren Municipal Court after reports a man called the Trumbull County Engineer’s Office making threats, according to court records. Eric M. Olejnik, 61, 1539 Johnson Plank Road, is scheduled to be arraigned Monday on charges of inducing a ...

New fraud detection service helps with land contracts

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WARREN — A new service can help people with land contracts ensure their investments aren’t being fraudulently loaded up with debt without their knowledge. Land contracts are a non-traditional way of selling property through seller financing. The buyer is usually someone without access to ...

On the record – Warren Township

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WHAT: Trustee meeting Tuesday PRESENT: Ed Anthony, Ryan Yoho and Kay Anderson Trustees: ● Approved a bid of $129,093 from Shelley and Sands of North Jackson for the Sixth Street resurfacing project to be done by the Trumbull County Engineer’s Office. The resurfacing is an Ohio Public ...

Motorcyclist badly injured in Liberty crash

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LIBERTY — One man was badly hurt and taken to St. Elizabeth Youngstown Hospital after a car versus motorcycle crash around 6:30 p.m. Friday at Belmont Avenue and Churchill Hubbard Road. A Trumbull County 911 call log report describes the motorcycle rider as being “all twisted up” and ...

Two arrested during drug raid in Warren

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WARREN — The police department’s street crimes unit on Wednesday morning executed a narcotics search warrant at a Federal Street NW address and two people were arrested on outstanding warrants. Anthony J. Walker, 44, of Federal Street, was arrested on warrants for charges of burglary, ...

Man seen urinating on car parked at Sheetz

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WARREN — Witnesses told police early Friday someone jumped on top of and urinated on a car parked in the lot at Sheetz gas station, 1162 Niles Cortland Road NE. According to a police report, two men on motorcycles about 3 a.m. watched an unknown man arguing with a female in a maroon SUV ...

Falls native is topic of WWII presentation

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WARREN — The Trumbull County Historical Society will present a program on World War II at 2 p.m. Sunday via Zoom. Author Andy Olson will present “World War II Through Local Eyes in the Headquarters Sixth Army,” which will focus on Newton Falls native Tom Kistler, who rose in the ...

Know what to do when making an offer on a home

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A written proposal is the foundation of a real estate transaction. Oral promises are not legally enforceable when it comes to the sale of real estate. Therefore, you need to enter into a written contract, which starts with your written proposal. This proposal not only specifies price, but ...

Property transfers

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Property transfers recorded in Trumbull County July 13 -17: Bazetta Robinson Real Estate Investment to Kimberly S. Baker, North Park, $158,000 Chelsea J. Munroe to Lydia M. Siekkinen, 3204 Deer Trail Unit D, $82,500 Bloomfield James L. Bontrager to T Jo Gallo, 8829 state Route 45, ...