Trumbull County Bureau
News conference was at the Trumbull Metropolitan Housing Authority offices
Jacob Larosa, 16, of Niles has a ‘lengthy history of behavior issues extending back to early childhood,’ Judge Sandra Stabile Harwood said Monday.
Trumbull County Prosecutor Dennis Watkins is again opposing the release from prison of Marlon R. Chattman, 59, who abducted an 18-year-old high school student from the Liberty Plaza parking lot in 1990 and raped her.
Warren native Amy Novelli lived long enough in New York City know that neighborhoods can change dramatically depending on what people want at any given time.
The topic of their citizenship came up twice at Thursday’s hearing.
The misdemeanor criminal charge filed against a pastor after he shot and killed his neighbor’s dog Oct. 24 in Vienna Township was dismissed Wednesday
Board approved a financing deal that came together in less than two months.
A hearing to determine whether Jacob Larosa, 15, will be tried as an adult in the killing his elderly neighbor March 31 in her Cherry Street Niles home, started Monday in Trumbull County Juvenile Court. It will last up to four days.
Commissioners announce a water project dubbed “Blueprint to Prosperity” that could serve hundreds of customers
State officials say Kleese Development failed to construct proper containment liner