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Crawl cultivates community

July 26, 2014 Vacant lots in the city were the afternoon’s biggest attraction Friday. Of course, they aren’t so vacant anymore, having been repopulated by flowers and vegetables over the last couple years. more »»

Two charged in slaying

July 26, 2014 By VIRGINIA SHANK and CHRISTOPHER BOBBY Tribune Chronicle WARREN — Two city men have joined a Niles man being held in connection with a deadly April 6 home invasion at 918 South St. S.E. James J. more »»

Summer enrichment program an inspiration of local kids

July 26, 2014 After spending the past six weeks both studying and participating in recreation, more than 300 children in third to 12th grades let their energy out with a talent show and awards assembly final. more »»

Girard police purchase new handguns

July 26, 2014 GIRARD — In an effort to better equip its law enforcement officers, the Girard Police Department bought 22 new sidearms through a donation from Judge Jeffrey Adler and the Girard Municipal Court. more »»

At a glance

July 26, 2014 Police search for robber of Howland Papa John’s HOWLAND — Papa John’s, 1976 Elm Road N.E., was robbed at gunpoint shortly before 11 p.m. Friday, according to police. more »»

Hydrant flushing starts Monday

July 26, 2014 WARREN TOWNSHIP — Trumbull County sanitary engineers will begin flushing fire hydrants on Monday starting in Warren Township. more »»

Band director fired

July 25, 2014 COLUMBUS — Ohio State University fired the director of its celebrated marching band on Thursday after determining he ignored a “sexualized” culture of rituals including students being pressured to... more »»

Plea deal in local laser case

July 25, 2014 WARREN — A 47-year-old Hubbard man will await a pre-sentence investigation before a judge decides sanctions against him for using a laser to interfere with air traffic last fall. more »»

NAACP takes on crisis in education

July 25, 2014 WARREN — Trumbull County NAACP President Annette McCoy wants to talk about what she calls the education crisis facing students in the Mahoning Valley. more »»

Judge OKs $420 million workers comp settlement

July 25, 2014 COLUMBUS — The Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation will pay out $420 million to state employers that were overcharged for insurance premiums under a settlement approved Thursday by a judge. more »»

Girard Schools nears drug testing

July 25, 2014 GIRARD — Girard students participating in any extracurricular activity as well as those who purchased parking permits may be required to submit to drug testing as soon as next month. more »»

Liberty awards bid for road resurfacing

July 25, 2014 LIBERTY — Township trustees on Thursday accepting a bid from Shelly and Sands Inc. for road resurfacin. more »»

Schwebel’s bakery back in production

July 25, 2014 YOUNGSTOWN — Schwebel’s Youngstown bakery is back in full production and shipping products to its customers after an investigation into bacteria contamination halted operations. more »»

Woman, children escape blaze at house in Warren

July 25, 2014 WARREN — A woman and several children escaped a fire at a city home early Thursday morning unharmed. Warren fire Chief Ken Nussle said the fire started around 2:30 a.m. more »»

On the record

July 25, 2014 Weathersfield WHAT: Board of Education regular meeting on Wednesday PRESENT: Bruce Bacak, Cheryl Basista, Joshua Garris, Robert Palmer and Tracey Thomas The board: l Hired Matthew Cluse as a health... more »»

Lab: Strain isn’t public health risk

July 24, 2014 YOUNGSTOWN — An independent lab confirmed Wednesday that the listeria found in the Schwebel bakery on Midlothian Boulevard in Youngstown is not the species that poses a risk to public health,... more »»

Warren Steel gets break on utility bills

July 24, 2014 CHAMPION — A local steel mill that has been idled since March will reopen next month, thanks to a large utility rate break issued by the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio. more »»

Teens clear the way for new growth in garden district

July 24, 2014 About 45 teenagers from North-Mar Church spent their Tuesday afternoon scraping paint, pulling weeds and mulching flower beds in the city’s garden district. At 453 Vine Avenue N.. more »»

Murder-for-hire target indicted in assault case

July 24, 2014 WARREN — A 58-year-old Liberty man who was targeted by a killer, who eventually was executed after spending several years on death row, was indicted Wednesday on charges stemming from a tussle with ... more »»

Port holds off on chief

July 24, 2014 VIENNA — The Western Reserve Port Authority board did not hire a new executive director Wednesday, but the board’s chairman hopes that an interim will be ‘‘appointed in the very near future’’ and... more »»



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