Women run out of beer; one gets slashed
A West Side woman said she was slashed by another woman early Monday after they ran out of beer.
The 44-year-old woman told police who were called about 5:30 a.m. that she had been drinking with another woman and her boyfriend at a 22 Millet Ave. home a few hours earlier and she decided to go to bed.
The other woman was upset, however, and slashed the victim with some type of razor before running away.
Reports said the victim and her boyfriend were still very drunk when police arrived, and the victim declined medical attention, even though she needed stitches.
ATV stolen in Berlin
An all-terrain vehicle was stolen from a garage in the 5800 block of South Pricetown Road early Tuesday.
Reports from the Mahoning County Sheriff’s Office said a deputy was called to the home about 12:35 a.m., where the homeowner told him he noticed a garage window broken, and two of his four ATVs missing from the garage. One of the ATVs was left outside the garage, but the other was gone, reports said.
The homeowner told the deputy he saw a silver pickup truck and tried to follow it but could not get a license plate number. There were also tire tracks in the grass next to the garage, and a shed also was broken into but nothing was taken from there, reports said.
The Columbiana County Antique Tractor Association will have an awards banquet at Mile Branch Grange Hall, 495 Knox School Road, Alliance, on Nov. 16 for the 2013 tractor pull season.
Plaques will be awarded to the top three pullers in each class. Dinner will be provided to the pullers, their families and their friends by the Mile Branch Grange. There will be door prizes and a raffle. Cost is $15 per person. Pre-registration is required by calling Dennis at 330-277-7581.
Making glass beads
Jena Lane Blair, jewelry designer for the Fenton Art Glass Co. of Williamston, W.Va., will make Fenton glass beads during a live demonstration 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the Simpson Gallery & Gifts, 2308 Elm Road NE.
The 108 year-old Fenton Art Glass Co. ceased traditional glassmaking in 2011 but now makes handcrafted jewelry, including beads and teardrop earrings, said Pam Simpson, owner of the gallery.
Comfort Keepers gets accreditation renewed
Community Health Accreditation Program Inc. has awarded accreditation under its Home Health Standards of Excellence to Comfort Keepers for the fifth consecutive year. Through CHAP accreditation, Comfort Keepers is also certified as a Medicare provider.
Comfort Keepers provides a variety of home health care services to patients and their families in Mahoning and Trumbull counties and the surrounding areas.