Trumbull County Bureau
Sheriff Thomas Altiere said he’s been told Rainn Peterson, the toddler found Sunday evening after going missing two days from her North Bloomfield home, is “doing very well, a little dehydrated.”
A proposed 0.25 percent increase in the Niles income-tax rate is on the Nov. 3 ballot. The city
Niles is counting on the $900,000-per-year increase in revenue that would result from the 0.25 percent income tax increase to help it recover from its budget deficits.
The Trumbull County commissioners have terminated contracts with Youngstown company Marucci & Gaffney for sewer projects the company constructed in Kinsman and Vienna townships and filed a lawsuit in common pleas court.
James D. Millik, accused of having improper communications with inmates, has been returned to his old job.
Several of the front-line troops in the Trumbull County War on Drugs gave two judges, Warren’s mayor and about 20 others with ties to drug treatment an update Friday to help them debate new approaches to the problem, including more treatment options.
The 20 residents of the seven-story Reeves apartment building on West Market Street will no longer be evicted now that Chris Sikora has purchased the building at sheriff’s sale.
Dominique L. Rose, 21, of Third Street Southwest, was released from the Trumbull County jail after posting $15,000 bond on a robbery charge associated with her former employer.
Another of the co-defendants convicted of participating in an April 7, 2014, robbery that resulted in the death of one victim and wounding of another was sentenced to seven years
Doug Franklin, Warren’s Democrat mayor, wanted to make a point about a major difference between him and independent candidate Dennis Blank at Tuesday’s mayoral debate at Warren G. Harding High School.