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Ed Runyan

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No injuries in 5-hour hostage standoff at Trumbull jail

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After five hours, three Trumbull County jail inmates gave up their hostage, a corrections officer, and were returned to custody at about 8:30 p.m. The officer was not injured.

WR Port Authority member, chairman allege misconduct against each other

Western Reserve Port Authority member and chairman allege misconduct against each other

Elderly woman dies in house fire; son hospitalized

Staff report HOWLAND A elderly woman died in a 5 a.m. house fire on Pegotty Drive Northeast in

Howland security company owner faces 11 more charges

Gregory A. Oakes, 51, owner of three Howland-based security companies, is facing additional criminal charges

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Warren woman shares link with rocker Dave Grohl

Until a several years ago, Lena Pilgrim was like a lot of Warren residents — she really didn’t know anything about Dave Grohl

Former McDonald High teacher and coach pleads guilty to having naked images of student

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Alan Stanley, 49, pleaded guilty to two charges relating to an inappropriate relationship with a McDonald High School student

Locking up Detroit drug dealers won’t stop drug abuse, officials say

Full-time, inpatient addiction treatment offers the best hope, Valley experts agreeSFlb

Locking up Detroit drug dealers won’t stop drug abuse, officials say

Repairs begin on Grohl alley artwork

Artist Aaron Chine of Warren works on restoring a mural he created in David Grohl Alley which was destroyed by a vandal. Chine organized the clean-up project, which got underway Saturday afternoon.

State Rep. Sean O’Brien receives ballot challenge from retired Niles educator

Sean O’Brien is attempting to hold onto the seat in the Ohio Legislature he first earned in 2010 and successfully defended in 2012.

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Trumbull coroner one of few who gives specific numbers to overdose crisis

Dr. Humphrey Germaniuk, Trumbull County coroner, says people often ask him whether overdose deaths are the result of a “bad batch” of heroin. He frequently has to explain that it’s actually the reverse.

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