It’s was 8:30 Friday night, and Pastor Julia Wike was driving a large, maroon van marked on the side with the words “The Basement Outreach Ministries” on some of the more dangerous streets north of downtown, looking for people who needed her help.
Two of three men charged in the April 7 killing of James R. Levels and wounding of Lisa Prater were arraigned on the charges Friday in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court.
Three to four Trumbull County property owners will receive new septic systems in the coming months through an Ohio Environmental Protection Agency program that pays 85 to 100 percent of the cost.
A man with a history of assaults on law enforcement officers and a pending case of police-officer-assault received a seven-year prison term Thursday.
The Western Reserve Port Authority did not hire John Moliterno to be economic development director.
The chairman of the Western Reserve Port Authority says he’s prepared to talk to his fellow board members today about the possible hiring of John Moliterno as economic-development director.
The estate of a woman killed at her Southington home July 31, 2012, will have $519,965 to distribute among the beneficiaries and attorneys, a Trumbull County judge ruled.
Dan Polivka, Trumbull County Democratic Party chairman, said he has agreed to use a public form of voting at this Saturday’s meeting of the party’s Central Committee to select an interim replacement for Trumbull County Commissioner Paul Heltzel.
In the coming months, about 50 caseworkers with the Trumbull County Children Services agency will begin using notebook-style computers to enter case notes for families they work with into a statewide database while workers are away from the office.
The Warren Board of Education has selected Steve Chiaro as its new superintendent, replacing Michael Notar