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Ed Runyan

Trumbull County Bureau

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Trumbull prosecutor opposes parole for killer Marie Poling

Trumbull County Prosecutor Dennis Watkins is again opposing parole for Marie F. Poling, convicted of killing her husband, Richard, in January 1988 in their Howland home.

Niles man gets longest sex-crime sentence in Trumbull County history

David A. Messer, 29, of Niles, will spend at least 50 years in prison for raping a 7-year-old girl and committing other sex offenses

Ariz. attorney asks Trumbull judge to consider new trial for murderer Danny Lee Hill

An Arizona attorney says bite evidence used at Hill’s murder trial nearly 30 years ago has been discredited.

Port authority to apply for more brownfield grants

The Western Reserve Port Authority has authorized its senior economic development manager to apply for two more grants to identify and clean up brownfield sites.

Trumbull property values continue to drop in most recent property revaluation

Figures show 5% decline in recent 3-year appraisal

The foreclosure and housing crisis that began around 2008 has dissipated in recent years, but the most recent Trumbull County property valuation still shows dropping property values.

Company hoping to offer Youngstown flights has had bankruptcy, ‘fraud’ challenges

Company seeking daily flights faced bankruptcy, jury judgment of fraud

The CEO was ordered by a jury to pay $600,000 for defrauding a former business partner.

Trumbull officials dedicate Western Reserve Greenway to Paul Heltzel

It took eight years for planning and construction of the third phase of the Western Reserve Greenway bike and hike trail

Warren superintendent says district couldn’t locate disabled girl

Warren City Schools superintendent says the visually impaired 15-year-old girl police found in unclean conditions Tuesday in a Beck Street Southeast home last attended Warren City Schools about 18 months ago.

Three new officers hired at Warren Police Department; six new cruisers put into service

Warren has three new police officers, bringing the total to 65, though it will be about six months before they are ready to work on their own.

Warren family’s seventh adoption continues its international flavor

The attorney who has helped The Rev. Rodd and Lori Meyer adopt six of their seven children calls them the “family of the United Nations.”

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