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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 ...

Signs point to progress in talks between GM, union

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DETROIT — With the strike by factory workers against General Motors in its 29th day, there are signs that negotiators may be moving toward an agreement. After both sides exchanged barbs late last week, bargainers met late into the night during the weekend, and they’ve returned in the ...

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• BAZETTA PARK BOARD will meet 7 p.m. today at township hall. • LORDSTOWN BOARD OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS will meet 4 p.m. today at the village municipal building. • TRUMBULL COUNTY CHILDREN SERVICES BOARD will meet 6:30 p.m. today at the training room with study session 5 p.m. • ...

Incumbents face write-in for Niles council at-Large spots

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NILES — Incumbents Michael Lastic, Ryan McNaughton and Barry Profato will face George Kuriatnyk, running as a write-in candidate, for three Niles council-at-large seats in next month’s election. In April, Kuriatnyk, 57, dropped out of the Democratic Niles mayoral primary in a move he ...

Two honored after saving sixth-grader’s life

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WARREN TOWNSHIP — Quick action and knowledge of cardiopulminary resuscitation by LaBrae school staff helped to save the life of a sixth-grade student who went into cardiac arrest at the school. Warren Township fire Chief Randy Daniels at Monday’s LaBrae Board of Education meeting ...

Belgian TV crew visits David Grohl Alley

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WARREN — David Grohl Alley will be featured in an upcoming episode of a music documentary series on Belgian national television. A three-man crew shot interviews with Joseph O’Grady, the retired Warren police officer who spearheaded the effort to rename the downtown alley after the Foo ...

Vienna unveils new barn quilt after cook-off

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VIENNA — This year the township unveiled more than just the township’s best chili at the annual chili cook-off: It also displayed Trumbull County’s newest barn quilt. “We’ve done this close to 20 years,” said Michelle Garman, neighborhood watch president. “The barn quilt is new, ...

On the record – LaBrae

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WHAT: Board of Education meeting Monday PRESENT: Russell Sewell, Diane Duncan, Gary Morton and Tim Gibson ABSENT: Virginia Blaney The board: • Heard from Superintendent Anthony Calderone that BSHM Architects have looked at updating the security of doors at Bascom Elementary with ...

Man injured in ATV accident

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MESOPOTAMIA — William Byler, 18, of Middlefield, suffered serious injuries when his all-terrain vehicle crashed into a tree at 9:12 p.m. Sunday on Wilcox Road west of state Route 534. He was taken to Cleveland University Hospital. A passenger, Cindy Hershberger, 22, of Middlefield was ...

Sentence upheld in Warren killing

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WARREN — The 11th District Court of Appeals has upheld the sentencing of Arteum P. Brodeur to eight years in prison for killing another man along North Park Avenue near downtown in July 2017. Brodeur, now 26, who was born in Russia, was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in March 2018 ...

Spirit Shoppe gets $60,000 grant

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BROOKFIELD — Brookfield Local Schools received a $60,000 grant, one of the largest in the district’s history, from the Arconic Foundation to launch the Spirit Shoppe, a student-run business that will immerse students in the fundamentals of a business start-up. Students will design, ...