County programchanges its name
YOUNGSTOWN -- Mahoning County Chemical Dependency Programs is now known as Meridian Services.
Meridian Services is a nonprofit organization that offers health care, housing, counseling, vocational development, prevention education and case management services to clients in the Mahoning Valley.
Meridian's new name reflects the organization's expanded services beyond the needs of the chemically dependent and a greater commitment to take a more holistic approach to community problems, said Martin K. Gaudiose, chief executive officer.
Meridian, at 527 N. Meridian Road, is funded in part by the Mahoning County Alcohol & amp; Drug Addiction Services Board, Mahoning County Mental Health Board, Ohio Department of Alcohol & amp; Drug Addiction Services, and the Children's Circle of Friends Foundation.
Grand jury hands upthree indictments
LISBON -- Three people have been indicted by the Columbiana County grand jury.
Robert J. Halfhill Jr., 20, Pinewood Drive, New Waterford, is charged with breaking and entering, a fifth-degree felony.
Kendraneshia L. Barnett, no age available, Beaver Avenue, Midland, Pa., is charged with felonious assault, a second-degree felony.
Tina Marie Davis, 21, Swiger Road, New Cumberland, W.Va., is charged with deception to obtain a dangerous drug, a fifth-degree felony.