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Execution date set for Sean Carter

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WARREN — An execution date is set for Trumbull County death row inmate Sean Carter. The Ohio Supreme Court has set Jan. 22, 2025, as the date to carry out the death sentence for Carter, 42, who was convicted of the rape and fatal stabbing of his adoptive grandmother. The date was set at ...

Warren man indicted in assault on baby

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WARREN — A special session of the Trumbull County grand jury on Thursday indicted a Warren man who is accused of causing injuries to an 8-day-old girl as he was watching her on Aug. 26. Andrew J. Jacobs, 27, 1951 Southern Blvd. NW, is charged with two counts of felonious assault and two ...

Failed GOP candidate backs Ryan

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Louis G. Lyras, who finished a distant second in the Republican primary for the 13th Congressional District nomination to Christina Hagan, is endorsing U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan, the Democratic incumbent, in the general election. “When I study each candidate, I want one who’s middle of the road ...

Victim ID’d in Warren killing, ruled homicide

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WARREN — Officials have identified the man killed Tuesday night at 142 Maryland St. NE. A Trumbull County Coroner’s Office spokeswoman said Joshua Edward Wilson, 33, suffered multiple gunshot wounds, but could not comment on how many. He may have been homeless, the spokeswoman ...

McDonald plans no staffing cuts amid money woes

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McDONALD — Wanting to make sure no services are affected by loss of tax revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic and the closing of General Motors, village officials have been looking at other areas where cuts can be made, including delaying road paving and capital improvement projects while ...

Woman gets one year on probation violation

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WARREN — A Youngstown woman received a one-year prison sentence after she was brought into Trumbull County Common Pleas Court on Thursday on a probation violation charge. Armani Wainwright, 21, 75 E. Ravenwood Ave., Youngstown, was admonished by Judge Ronald J. Rice as he sentenced the ...

Police chase follows shots fired on SW side of Warren

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WARREN — Warren police chased a black Chevrolet Cobalt on Wednesday evening they said was the source of about three to five rounds being fired near the intersection of Oak Street and Nevada Avenue SW. According to a Trumbull County 911 report, police found the vehicle westbound on Union ...

Woman gets one year on probation violation

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WARREN — A Youngstown woman received a one-year prison sentence after she was brought into Trumbull County Common Pleas Court on Thursday on a probation violation charge. Armani Wainwright, 21, 75 E. Ravenwood Ave., Youngstown, was admonished by Judge Ronald J. Rice as he sentenced the ...

Body found in Liberty ID’d as Columbiana man

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LIBERTY — Police have identified the body found in a secluded area of Liberty as Charles Whippo, 37, of Columbiana County. A passer-by called 911 just after 8 a.m. Wednesday to report a body near railroad tracks near the Tri-County Sports Complex off Logangate Road. The caller initially ...

City man gets 18-month prison term

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WARREN — A man received an 18-month prison sentence Thursday after he was convicted of two felony domestic violence charges. Roy J. Allen IV, 27, of 316 Iddings Ave. SE, pleaded guilty before Trumbull County Common Pleas Judge Ronald J. Rice. Trumbull County assistant Prosecutor Gabriel ...

Bond revoked for accused rapist

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WARREN — A convicted sex offender from Garrettsville, who faces up to life in prison on rape charges linked to assaults of girls ages 9 to 12, had his bond revoked Thursday by a judge. At a bond hearing, Trumbull County Common Pleas Judge Ronald J. Rice considered Edward Wymer, 32, a threat ...

Mom indicted in baby injury case

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WARREN -- The mother of an infant girl, who was struck more than 50 times over a three-day period last month, was arraigned Friday morning on two counts of child endangering. Kathleen Long of 1546 Mahoning Ave. NW, Warren, pleaded not guilty before Trumbull County Common Pleas Court Judge W. ...

McDonald athletic complex on course toward completion

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McDONALD —With plans to have students running on a new eight-lane track next spring and football games played on the field next August, the first phase of the new athletic complex project is being completed this month. On Wednesday, turf was being laid by Sprinturf LLC of Charleston, ...

40K preorders made for LMC’s Endurance truck

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LORDSTOWN — Lordstown Motors Corp. announced Wednesday it has 40,000 nonbinding preorders for its all-electric Endurance pickup truck that would equal — if zero are canceled or delayed — $2 billion in revenue for the manufacturer. The Lordstown-based company that purchased and is ...

On the farm: Value lifelong lessons from 4-H

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A few weeks ago I sat in the grandstands at the Ashtabula County fairgrounds for the Junior Fair Livestock Auction representing Ashtabula County Farm Bureau. I couldn’t help but think about how different this year was, and all I could think about was how hard that had to be. Not too long ...

Ohio AG seeks to stop nuke bailout

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Ohio’s top elected attorney sued Wednesday in an attempt to block the state’s nuclear plants from collecting fees on electricity bills. These fees were authorized in a law at the center of a $60 million federal bribery probe involving the former Ohio House speaker. Attorney General Dave ...

Agenda

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• BAZETTA TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES will hold a special meeting for work session via Zoom at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84963060402?pwd with meeting ID at 849 6306 0402 and passcode at 930578. • NEWTON FALLS BOARD OF EDUCATION will meet 6 p.m. today at the high school. • GIRARD BOARD OF ...

Man dies of gunshot wounds in Warren

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WARREN — Police continue to investigate a deadly Tuesday night shooting at 142 Maryland St. NE. The white male victim’s identity has not been released, pending Trumbull County Coroner’s office identification. He was pronounced dead at the scene with multiple gunshot wounds, according ...

Willard school roof project extended

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WARREN — A roof replacement project started this summer at Willard PK-8 School may not be finished until next spring after issues arose with items needing replaced and the flooding of six classrooms on Labor Day. Warren schools Superintendent Steve Chiaro said at Tuesday’s board meeting ...

State health order allows salad bars, buffets to open

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WARREN — A new Ohio Department of Health order issued Wednesday allows salad bars and buffets to open, as long as staff serves the food and customers can maintain social distancing. The order also allows banquet halls to operate with 300 guests or fewer, live entertainment in restaurants, ...