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Letter of Faith: US isn’t great without God

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DEAR EDITOR: I have not written a letter for awhile. I guess I really don’t know where to begin. I don’t understand America anymore, and I don’t think God does either. Perhaps the best description of it appears in the Bible, in II Timothy Chapter 3. Many people today are lovers of ...

New virus cases falling

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With just two days left in February, this will be the month with the fewest reported COVID-19 cases in Ohio since October. The state had 68,588 cases reported for the month as of Friday, an average of 2,638 daily cases. If that average remains for today and Sunday, Ohio could end February ...

Woman walking attacked in Liberty

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LIBERTY — A 51-year-old Youngstown man was arrested on several charges connected to an attack Thursday afternoon on a woman walking along a Liberty Township street. Sterling K. Green, 686 Magnolia Ave., was arraigned in Girard Municipal Court on charges of assault, theft and disrupting ...

Bank robbery suspect in fed custody

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YOUNGSTOWN — A man accused of holding up a Warren bank earlier this month was ordered into the custody of federal marshals after a hearing Friday in federal court. A detention hearing was held for Patrick I. Marsh via video before Magistrate Judge Carmen E. Henderson. Court records show ...

Judge rules against evidence suppression

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WARREN — A Trumbull County judge this week ruled against a Cortland man, accused of sexually abusing a minor, who was trying to have some statements he made to a police detective kept away from potential jurors. Floyd Ruiter, 65, 176 Gates St., Cortland, is charged in a 16-count indictment, ...

Homeless man found injured in city

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WARREN — A 21-year-old homeless man was taken to St. Joseph Warren Hospital for treatment of injuries from either a fight or a sexual assault after he was found running around Thursday night wearing only a pair of shorts. He was seen in the area of the 600 block of South Street SE, ...

Rollover crash into creek kills one

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GREENE — A person is dead following a Friday night rollover crash. About 9:30 p.m., Trumbull County 911 dispatch received a call about a white car running into a guard rail and ending up upside down on Dennison Ashtabula Road. A 911 call sheet states the car was laying in a creek. The ...

Two charged after fight with bleach

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LIBERTY — Two people were arraigned Thursday on assault charges linked to a fight where the two threw bleach on each other. Jamie Carnahan, 29, of Colonial Drive, Liberty, and Jermaine White, 39, of Austin-town, both pleaded not guilty to the charges. Records show Carnahan was still in ...

On the record: Liberty

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WHAT: Trustees meeting Thursday PRESENT: Arnie Clebone, Greg Cizmar and Devon Stanley Trustees: • Promoted Joseph Santangelo to a full-time firefighter, effective Feb. 21; • Accepted the retirement of patrol officer Alexandra Anastic-Nichols, effective Sunday. She has been with ...

Celebrating women in real estate careers

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With the first day of Women’s History Month beginning on Monday, this is a great time to bring light to women in the real estate profession who should be recognized for their achievements. Women’s History Month originated on March 7, 1982, as Women’s History Week. In 1987, Congress ...

Property transfers

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Property transfers recorded in Trumbull County Feb. 8-12: Bazetta John P. Klamut to Ronald Infante and Desiree Infante, 2800 Niles Cortland Road, $116,000 Denise A. Lehman and Denis K. Kilpatrick to Denise A. Lehman, 852 Johnson Plank, $89,667 Braceville Clifford W. Posey and Evangeline ...

Fried fish to go

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Many Mahoning Valley churches and organizations are offering fish and sides for those giving up meat on Fridays during the Lenten season. A year ago, they were at their height for having fish dinner fundraisers — until ordered by state and county health officials to shut down in the ...

Fertilizer plant to aid farmers

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Since last fall, a major agricultural construction project has been underway in Andover on the eastern side of Ashtabula County. Centerra Cooperative, the major agricultural cooperative in the area, has been building a state-of-the-art fertilizer storage and blending plant. This new plant is ...

Tim Ryan criticizes ‘failure of leadership’

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Leading a congressional hearing into the Jan. 6 Capitol riot response, U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan called the incident “a complete failure of leadership” by Capitol police. “I, for one, am at a loss to understand how your intelligence report — and then later as the mob walked 16 blocks, ...

Take a virtual tour of museum

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‘VISIT’ SUTLIFF: Virtual tours are being held for the Sutliff Museum located on the second floor of the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library. While sheltering at home, people still are able to “visit” the Sutliff Museum through the museum’s App. Featured are tours about the Sutliff ...

State increasing size of event crowds

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Sporting and entertainment events in the state are now permitted to increase the number of spectators, but the amounts still are limited greatly because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Gov. Mike DeWine said Thursday 30 percent is the maximum outdoor capacity, and it’s 25 percent for indoor ...

Agenda

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• CHAMPION TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES will have a special meeting via teleconference 3 p.m. today on township business. • SOUTHINGTON TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES will have a workshop meeting with the fire chief 10 a.m. Saturday at the fire station. No action will be taken.

Roaming peacocks ruffle feathers in Bristol Township

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BRISTOL — People driving along Mahan Denman Road might notice more than a chicken crossing the road. Peacocks are roaming the area. Township trustees said at their recent meeting they’ve received calls from residents who have seen peacocks running across or along the road. Trustee Ramon ...

Just 2 Trumbull facilities report COVID-19 cases

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Mahoning County continues to have the most active cases of COVID-19 in nursing homes and other long-term care facilities in the Mahoning Valley. It has 39 cases, 11 of them among patients and 28 among staff. This week’s Ohio Department of Health data indicates 25 Mahoning County ...

Robins Theatre, others unaffected by water leak

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WARREN — A leak from a water main break found in front of Robins Theatre last week was located and repaired in less than eight hours, said Utilities Director Franco Lucarelli. The city began investigating shortly after 6:30 a.m. Feb. 18, when it was called by a theater employee who said the ...