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Police activity reported July 17-29: July 29, 9:43 p.m. — Arrest reported after a domestic dispute at 737 Oxford Ave. 9:20 p.m. — Suspicious activity reported at 536 Washington Ave. A caller reported a woman with a taped-closed pizza box with paper hanging out of it. 7:57 p.m. ...

Howland vet shares message

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By RAYMOND L. SMITH Tribune Chronicle CONNEAUT — At 98, Albert J. Kosiba likely was the oldest of the five men who received the French Legion d’honneur Medal during the D-Day 75th anniversary ceremony on Saturday, but he certainly was not the quietest. Moments after he was pinned with ...

Fairgrounds to host many exotic animals

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REPTILE SHOW: The Northeast Ohio Reptile show will be held 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. today at the Trumbull County Fairgrounds, 899 Everett Hull Road, Bazetta. The event will include reptiles and other exotic animals from across the world. Admission is $6 with children under 10 free. GOLF SCRAMBLE: The ...

Agenda

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• TRUMBULL COUNTY EDUCATIONAL SERVICE BOARD will meet 8 a.m. Monday at the center’s conference room in Niles. • KINSMAN ZONING BOARD will meet 6:30 p.m. Monday at township hall. • MAHONING COUNTY COMMISSIONERS staff meeting will be held 9 a.m. today at the Oakhill Renaissance Place ...

Local families play host to Japanese visitors

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AUSTINTOWN — Families in Mahoning, Trumbull, Ashtabula, and Summit counties spent part of their summer hosting young visitors from Japan in their homes for three weeks as part of the LABO International Exchange program, which brings youth from a distant land to the United States each ...

’20 voters remove bond issues

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99 years ago in 1920: Voters of Trumbull County heartily approved during the primary election the idea of removing all bond issues, outstanding Jan. 20, 1920, out of the 15-mill tax levy. The vote on the proposition was 4,391 for and 2,658 against. This meant that the special one-mill levy ...

Sun. 8:45 p.m.: Thousands without power after strong storm

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WARREN - A severe thunderstorm this evening brought wind and heavy rain, knocking down trees and power lines and leaving thousands of residents without power. According to Ohio Edison's website, Trumbull County has 6,637 customers, most in the Girard area, without power this evening. In ...

Patrick Ungaro dies at 78

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By BETH SHILLER Tribune Chronicle LIBERTY — Longtime Valley politician Patrick Ungaro died Friday night at the age of 78. According to his son, Eric, Ungaro was battling cancer and died at home. Ungaro served as Liberty Township administrator since 2002. He resigned in June to focus ...

Mike DeWine authorizes state aid for Kinsman

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KINSMAN — Gov. Mike DeWine authorized a new program Friday to allow areas such as Kinsman to apply for funding. Specific counties, including Trumbull, now can apply through the State Disaster Relief Program for help with severe weather incidents that occurred between April and July of this ...

Love Charity Alms presents scholarships

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WARREN — Graduating seniors have “an amazing opportunity of a lifetime” and they should seize that opportunity as they move forward with their lives attending college, according to Youngstown Municipal Court Judge Carla Baldwin. Baldwin was the keynote speaker at the fourth annual Love ...

Tribune Chronicle acquires rights to Vindicator name

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WARREN — The Tribune Chronicle and The Vindicator have reached an agreement so current readers of The Vindicator will continue to receive a daily newspaper. A new Vindicator edition of the Tribune Chronicle will be launched Sept. 1 and delivered to all The Vindicator’s subscribers. Mark ...

Religion news

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COMMUNITY FEST: Barnes Temple Church, 2618 Niles Road, will hold God’s Touch Kingdom Community Fest starting 10 a.m. today. The event will be held diagonally across from the church and include free groceries, school supplies and clothes. There will be praise, worship and preaching. The ...

Justin Olsen to stay in federal custody

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YOUNGSTOWN — Federal Court Judge George Limbert ruled Friday that 18-year-old Justin Olsen should remain in federal custody after being arrested earlier this week on accusations that he made threats to federal officers in online postings. The judge made his ruling following a several hour ...

Bloomfield church celebrates 200 years

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BLOOMFIELD — “The church community welcomed us here. It was such a blessing to serve this church,” said Pastor Jerry Wester, who served the North Bloomfield United Methodist Church in the 1970s. Wester was among the many guests and current congregation members who gathered Sunday at the ...

Howland man patrolled US-Mexico border nearly 60 years ago

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HOWLAND — A lot has changed since Howland native Bob Elliott worked U.S. Border Patrol in 1961. For one, he had to explain his job to family back home. “In the 1960s, most people in the U.S. — and in states like Ohio away from the border — knew nothing about the Border Patrol,” said ...

Time to make the doughnuts

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WARREN — The southeast corner lot at the intersection of Tod Avenue NW and West Market Street once had a gasoline filling station and convenience store; then a shell of a gasoline filling station and convenience store building. And that’s the way it sat for years, its condition worsening ...

On the record: Southington

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WHAT: Board of Education meeting Thursday PRESENT: Betsy Dunn, Steve Gilanyi, Al Haberstroh, Terry Kelly and Richard Selep The board: • Gave first reading to placing a 1-mill additional permanent improvement levy on the March 2020 primary ballot to raise $65,000 for improvements to the ...

On the record: Bristol

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WHAT: Board of Education meeting Wednesday PRESENT: Don Mickel, Misty Berry, Scott Chapman and Kristina Stephens ABSENT: Kathy Johnson The board: • Hired Leah Nicholas as integrated social studies teacher; Lindsey Golub as intervention specialist; and Erica Cameron as Title I teacher ...

Ohio Votes tour in Youngstown

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YOUNGSTOWN — The League of Women Voters will host the statewide coalition “Ohio Votes” as they build momentum for the 2019 election with a statewide tour of diverse community members coming together for one goal: a healthy democracy through voter engagement. The program is set for 11 ...