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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. ...

Witnesses report gunfire coming from vehicles

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WARREN — Police were called to Fremont Avenue at Douglas Street NE at 2 a.m. Friday for a report of three vehicles “in the middle of the road shooting at each other.” The vehicles were described as two black sport utility vehicles and a tan van. Another witness told police two black ...

Johnston man charged in cemetery vandalism

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JOHNSTON — Township trustees have spoken to the Trumbull County Sheriff’s Office and the Trumbull County Prosecutor’s office and learned that charges have been filed against a local man for vandalism and damage done at the cemetery. Trustee Chairman Davis Denman said Richard Tomczyk is ...

Former manager gets 5 months in Extrudex death

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NORTH JACKSON — An executive at Extrudex Aluminum when an employee was killed by falling metal racks was given five months in prison for his role in trying to cover up the circumstances surrounding the man’s death. Former plant general manager Brian K. Carder of Stow was also fined ...

Wed. 9:47 a.m.: US retail sales dip 0.3 percent in September

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Retail sales dropped in September by the largest amount in seven months, possibly signaling that rising trade tensions and turbulent markets are having an impact on consumer spending. Retail sales fell 0.3 percent last month following a 0.6 percent gain in August, the ...

Valley manufacturers coalition receives grant

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YOUNGSTOWN — The U.S. Department of Labor has awarded a $2.5 million workforce grant to the Mahoning Valley Manufacturers Coalition and the West Central Job Partnership in Pennsylvania. The Ohio / Pennsylvania partnership is among 18 awarded a Workforce Opportunity for Rural Communities ...

Average gas price up this week

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WARREN — The average price for gasoline across northeast Ohio is 12 cents higher this week at $2.62 per gallon, according to AAA East Central’s gas price report. Motorists, however, in the Warren-Youngstown area may pay less. Here, the average is $2.59 and in Niles, the average is $2.63 ...

On the record – Johnston

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WHAT: Township trustee meeting Monday PRESENT: Davis Denman and James Carnes ABSENT: Dominic Marchese Trustees: * Learned the township will receive matching grant monies, with one a joint Federal Emergency Management grant with Burghill-Vernon Fire Department for self contained ...

On the record – Lakeview

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LakeviewWHAT: Board of education meeting Monday PRESENT: Troy Adair, Jennifer Nicholas, Donna Zuga and Larry Sherer ABSENT: Mary Williams The board: * Hired John Bain as a transportation / classified staff supervisor for the 2019-20 school year; * Approved the high school bowling team ...

Trumbull County courts

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Marriage licenses Marriage applications granted in Trumbull County Sept. 30-Oct. 2 Kelsey A. Deprill, 28, Warren, and Brian C. Markle, 30, Warren Jeffrey L. Corson, 37, Niles, and Melissa A. Sanko, 38, Niles Kelly A. Palmer, 54, Girard, and Willie M. Smith Jr., 57, Girard Hilliary L. ...

Car crashes into Niles home

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NILES — Dolores Shehane, 82, was in bed when a car crashed through a guardrail near the street and into her bedroom Monday afternoon. “I saw the whole thing coming right at me — the closet door and the woodwork and everything,” she said of the 1:19 p.m. accident at 302 Emma St. “I ...

Seeing Eye

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GENEALOGY PROJECT: To celebrate October as Family History Month families can take part in creating your own family history art project 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Local History and Genealogy Center located on the second floor of the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library. Participants will create a ...