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Criminal docket clogged with illegal drug cases

March 30, 2014 WARREN — Ohio’s top lawman already declared heroin addiction an epidemic, a problem that is reaching into all counties and the rural communities. more »»

Medical leaders are honored at 2014 Heart Ball

March 30, 2014 YOUNGSTOWN — Hundreds of guests turned out for Saturday’s 2014 Tri-County Heart Ball at Stambaugh Auditorium to honor the work of cardiologists in the Mahoning Valley, including one doctor from... more »»

Howland Interact Club hosts event at high school

March 30, 2014 HOWLAND — Where can you learn how to pose like a princess, pop a balloon and shoot hoops with a stilt-walking clown? Howland’s Spring Carnival, of cours. more »»

Cause of Salem fatal fire under investigation

March 30, 2014 SALEM — A Salem resident died Friday night after flames broke out in a home in the South Lincoln Avenue historical district, with the cause of the fire undetermined and under investigation. more »»

School gets stricter on sign-ins after lockdown

March 30, 2014 COLUMBIANA — Visitors to the Columbiana school buildings should be prepared to identify themselves and explain why they are there before being allowed into the building, even if staff already knows... more »»

Title billiard match planned

March 30, 2014 99 years ago in 1915: l As a result of considerable rivalry existing between parlors of the Granite Cigar Store and Murray & Ryan’s Opera Cigar Store as to ability at pocket billiards, a challenge... more »»

Veterans gather to support POW

March 29, 2014 YOUNGSTOWN — On Friday, U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl marked his fifth birthday in captivity. more »»

EGCC considers Warren land

March 29, 2014 WARREN — Eastern Gateway Community College is looking to expand its presence in downtown Warren. more »»

Canal brought to life

March 29, 2014 LEAVITTSBURG — When local historian Jim McFarland began studying the history of the Pennsylvania & Ohio Canal five years ago, he was unaware of just how integral the long-abandoned waterway was to... more »»

Hubbard police officer competes for warrior title

March 29, 2014 HUBBARD — The Hubbard Police Department says it already has an outstanding officer in D.J. Dripps, but the department may soon also be home to the best warrior in Ohio. more »»

At a glance

March 29, 2014 Police accuse woman of lighting crack pipe WARREN — A 39-year-old Niles woman was being held in jail without bond Friday pending an April 3 preliminary hearing after police and U.S. more »»

Transit technical adviser leaves

March 29, 2014 WARREN — It made sense in 2011 for the Trumbull County Transit Board to have Mark Hess, the grants and development coordinator in the Niles’ Engineering Office, come aboard to advise the fledgling... more »»

Lordstown hosts antiques show

March 29, 2014 LORDSTOWN — In an effort to raise money for newer, up-to-date technology, Lordstown High School will host the Antiques, Crafts and Trade Show next month. more »»

At a glance

March 29, 2014 Trumbull students to compete KENT — Eight undergraduate students from Kent State University at Trumbull will participate in an upcoming symposium at Kent’s main campus on April 2. more »»

Police discover marijuana operation

March 29, 2014 WARREN — A tip from a citizen to the Ohio State Highway Patrol resulted in the discovery of about 100 marijuana plants in the basement of a Brier Street home on Friday. more »»

On the record

March 29, 2014 Howland WHAT: Howland Board of Education regular meeting on Monday PRESENT: Warner Bacak, Matt Darrin, Ken Jones, Scott Lehman and Barbara Wright The board: l Approved the following donations: 28 ar... more »»

Property transfers

March 29, 2014 Property transfers were recorded in Trumbull County for March 24-28: Brookfield Michael Novosel Jr. to Dale and Kathleen Shaffer, 7300 Oakwood, $60,000. Champion Betty Antonell to David McNeal Jr. more »»

Killer gets life sentence

March 28, 2014 WARREN — A 48-year-old Howland man was sentenced to life in prison Thursday for beating his sister and slitting both sides of her throat in the home they shared on Howland Springs Road. more »»

More dumping charges

March 28, 2014 YOUNGSTOWN — A second Hardrock Excavating employee admitted to investigators that he dumped oil and gas drilling waste down a storm drain at least nine times under orders from his then-boss, Benedic... more »»



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