Trumbull County Bureau
Beverly Laney, 68, of Canal Street Extension was arraigned Monday in Newton Falls Municipal Court on the charge.
Longtime Warren-area plumber Jeff Moody says he always recommends replacement of lead water service lines, but cost is a barrier.
The participant, a veteran of the Army who served from 1998 to 2002 and was deployed in Iraq in 2001 and 2002, is expected to have his charge dismissed by Judge Philip Vigorito of Newton Falls Municipal Court, probate Judge James Fredericka said.
Problems with the construction resulted in legal action being taken against the contractor.
Michael Marrara, who stole $97,000 while working as maintenance supervisor for Mount Carmel Catholic Church in Niles, said he was “really sorry” for the thefts.
Franco Lucarelli, the city’s utilities director, has implemented a new procedure for helping Warren water customers protect themselves from lead contamination in their water.
Councilman Vince Flask says he’s unhappy with the lack of notification to Warren water customers of an East Side neighborhood where two high lead readings were found
The strongest evidence yet that criminal investigators are focused on former Niles Mayor Ralph Infante surfaced Monday
A meeting on the $15 million proposal unveiled in November to run waterlines north from Braceville Township to West Farmington will be Thursday
New Trumbull offender day-reporting program set to open in March