KINSMAN -- Until further notice, state Routes 5 and 7 have lane restrictions during daytime hours Monday through Friday.
The restriction is in force from Kinsman Circle to the Pennsylvania line. Traffic will be maintained with flaggers.
The work is part of a $627,587 project that includes resurfacing state Route 46 from state Route 87 to the Ashtabula County line and Route 5 from Route 7 to the Pennsylvania line.
Cars damaged by rocks
WARREN -- Police are investigating two reports by motorists who said their cars were damaged by thrown rocks.
Both said they were driving on Warren Boulevard around 7:30 p.m. Tuesday when their vehicles were hit with rocks. No injuries were reported.
WARREN -- A Red Fox Run Drive woman told police someone burglarized her home and took $600 in cash.
The victim said she returned to her home around 2 a.m. today and found that someone entered the house through a side storm door. Nothing else was reported missing.
WARREN -- The July session of Humility of Mary Health Partners' "Talk with a Doc" series will be at 7 p.m. July 31 in St. Joseph Health Center's classrooms.
Dr. Vern M. Chuba, podiatric physician and surgeon and wound-care specialist, will discuss lower extremity wound management.
The free presentation addresses causes, diagnosis and treatment of leg wounds, current therapy and latest advances.
To register, call (877) 700-4647.
CORTLAND -- The planning, zoning and building commission will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday in the city administration building.
WEATHERSFIELD -- The township will be sprayed for mosquitoes from 7 p.m. Thursday to 5 p.m. Friday.
In case of rain, the mosquito spraying will take place July 18, trustees announced at a meeting Tuesday, said Trustee Fred Bobovnyk.
Trustees also accepted the resignation of fire Capt. Myron George Jr., a 31-year veteran. Trustees also granted a $0.50 pay raise, to $10.50 an hour, for Debbie Lindenmuth, a data entry clerk. They also made the Friday after Thanksgiving a paid holiday for office workers.
Man misses pretrialin Traficant case
CLEVELAND -- Trial for the Virginia engineer accused of taking part in a scheme to bribe U.S. Rep. James A. Traficant Jr. has been reset to Nov. 12.
Richard E. Detore failed to show for his final pretrial session Tuesday afternoon, and U.S. District Judge Lesley Brooks Wells reset the trial, which had been scheduled for July 29. Details of what happened were not immediately available.
Last week, Detore, 42, failed to show for a final pretrial, saying he blacked out and was hospitalized, and the judge rescheduled it. Traficant, of Poland, D-17th, was found guilty of racketeering, bribery and tax evasion and will be sentenced July 30.
SHARON, Pa. -- Police are looking for a man who impersonated a police officer and stopped a motorist on North Water Avenue.
The driver, a 48-year-old Hubbard woman, told authorities she was driving on Water Avenue around 12:30 a.m. Tuesday when a vehicle with a blue flashing light pulled up behind her. She stopped, thinking it was a police officer, and said a young white man wearing a white T-shirt and black vest, identifying himself as an undercover detective, asked to see her license and insurance card and then advised her to drive more carefully.
Police in Pennsylvania use red, white and blue flashing lights. Only ambulances, volunteer firefighters and people handling dogs used to track humans use blue flashing lights, and motorists are not required to stop for them, police said.