Man found dead
HOWLAND -- The Ohio State Highway Patrol was trying this morning to determine the identity of a man found dead on DeForest Avenue. The body was discovered in the street around 9 p.m. Sunday. He had no identification, police said.
The patrol and the Trumbull County Coroner's office are investigating. Police said the man appears to be in his 20s. The patrol declined to give any further information this morning.
Cemetery cleanup set
LIBERTY -- Spring cleanup at Church Hill Cemetery begins April 15. All decorations must be removed by April 19.
Planting and decoration regulations are posted. Those that do not meeting the requirements can be removed at the discretion of the cemetery superintendent.
Church offers free meal
BRACEVILLE -- St. Nicholas Church Outreach will sponsor a free dinner from 5 to 6 p.m. April 18 in town hall, beside the fire station. All are welcome.
Craft sessions in Niles
NILES -- Adult craft sessions will be from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. April 27 in the auditorium of McKinley Memorial Library.
Carol Wise will demonstrate how to spruce up an ordinary box by using papier-m & acirc;ch & eacute;.
The class is free and supplies are included. Call (330) 652-1704 ext. 212, to register.
Stolen car burned
HILLSVILLE, Pa. -- A car found burning in the Hillsville Quarry was stolen in Boardman.
Police said this morning the 1992 Pontiac Grand Am was reported missing March16 by its owner, who lives in Austintown. Police found it burning at 11 a.m. Tuesday.
In U.S. illegally
PITTSBURGH -- Sara Suarez, 60, a native of Colombia, pleaded guilty in federal court Friday to a charge of illegal re-entry into the United States. Suarez was arrested July 11 in Mercer County when authorities learned she was in the country illegally.
Almon S. Burke Jr., assistant United States attorney, said Suarez had been deported from the United States in December 1990 and again in November 2000 but was able to return to this country again illegally. She will be sentenced June 21 by United States District Judge Donetta W. Ambrose.
NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- The Contact EARS Helpline 16th annual volleyball tournament is planned for April 12 and 13 at the Y Sports Zone in Neshannock Township. The money raised will help fund the emergency assistance referral service. Teams will play for three hours with 10-minute breaks per shift.
Awards will be given to the team collecting the most money, the player collecting the most money, and the team earning the most points. Bonus points will be given for each $10 collected and each player with a pledge of $75. For information, call (724) 658-5529 or (724) 368-3789.
LEETONIA -- An informational meeting about the upcoming sidewalk construction on Pine Street will be at 7 p.m. Wednesday at village hall.
Village Administrator Gary Phillips said all Pine Street residents and anyone else interested in the project are invited to attend.