The Ohio Auditors Office has once again told Niles that its financial house is in disarray.
A 30-cents-per-hour pay increase will give each employee $624 more per year and cost the county about $223,000.
The Trumbull County commissioners are expected today to authorize six road projects to be carried out in late 2015 and early 2016.
A federal judge on Thursday sentenced Warren native Keelan Harris to 10 years in prison for his role in a Warren-based Ponzi scheme.
Trumbull commissioners talk about merger during budget hearings
Trumbull County Prosecutor Dennis Watkins calls it “surprising and confusing” that the U.S. Department of Justice has asked him to help the Brazilian government prosecute Claudia Hoerig in Brazil for 2007 murder of her husband, Karl, in their home in Newton Falls.
Healthcare and salaries to rise in 2015 Trumbull County budget
City officials accepted the $375,000 Community Oriented Policing Services grant that pays part of the cost to hire three police officers
Holiday Parade and Christmas Tree Lighting provided truly magical moments
Patrick Niess was taken away in handcuffs Wednesday to begin serving a 10-day jail sentence
Garrick Krlich and his wife, Lucinda, of East Liberty Street in Hubbard, have been the object of a horn-honking controversy at their home for several years
During 2014, the court for Warren, Howland, Champion and Warren Township has handled only three texting-while-driving citations.
Trumbull County Prosecutor Dennis Watkins has asked the Ohio Parole Board to keep a 71-year-old murderer in prison when his parole hearing comes up in December.
For the owners of about 16,000 septic-systems in Mahoning County and 21,000 in Trumbull County, new statewide rules take effect Jan. 1
Camille Kerns, 4, of Poland is all smiles as she tells Santa Claus what she wants for Christmas — a Barbie head she can style and “anything” from the Walt Disney movie “Frozen,” as she shows him the “Frozen” gloves she wears. Both were at the Olde Fashioned Christmas at the Mill in Mill Creek Park on Saturday.
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.
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
An Arizona attorney says bite evidence used at Hill’s murder trial nearly 30 years ago has been discredited.
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.
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.
The CEO was ordered by a jury to pay $600,000 for defrauding a former business partner.
It took eight years for planning and construction of the third phase of the Western Reserve Greenway bike and hike trail
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.
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.
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.”
Port authority members gather for orientation, ribbon cutting
A sentencing memorandum written to the judge who will sentence Warren native Keelan Harris Dec. 11 for his role in a Warren-based Ponzi scheme says Harris was responsible for the banking part of the enterprise but was aware that criminal activities were happening and participated in them.
A teenaged girl told Brian McGhee in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court she’s not going to let four years of sexual assaults destroy her
As complaints pile up, former Girard prosecutor hopes to avoid permanent disbarment
Had his business been legal, Joseph Stiver might be viewed as an entrepreneurial success story, not a man spending the next year in prison.
An employee of the Trumbull County Engineer’s Office was placed on paid administrative leave Wednesday and had a disciplinary hearing Thursday in relation to an Oct. 3 diesel spill at the engineer’s office.
Two women from Youngstown and a man from Girard have filed a lawsuit against a Niles patrolman and the city
Father of slain Warren man files lawsuit against ambulance company, hospital, doctors
The man and woman died from gunshot wounds and not from the fire. Their deaths have been ruled homicides.
Lt. Dan Mason of the Warren Police Department says it’s not unusual for a frustrated parent to bring their child to the police department in an effort to get them ‘scared straight.’
If TaShawn “Boo” Walker’s murder case goes to trial, video may play a prominent role.
Possibly the most competitive race in Trumbull County this election is between two men trying to be elected to political office for the first time
Sean O’Brien of Bazetta Township is seeking his third term as state representative for the 63rd District, which encompasses Niles, Girard, Hubbard, Cortland and many of the eastern townships.
Warren’s police chief says he thinks the chances are greater than 50 percent that the city will turn over police dispatching duties to the Trumbull County 911 center.
Seth Durig, of Lane Lifetrans Paramedics, shows off a level C containment suit, typically worn for treating people with infectious diseases. Randy Pugh, vice president of Lane Lifetrans, said there is no clear protocol for first responders.
Laws and attitudes changed after O.J. Simpson’s murder trial in 1995 in ways that led to more arrests and criminal charges for alleged acts of domestic violence.
A lot of people had a really good time seeing and meeting celebrity talk show host Jerry Springer outside of the Trumbull County Board of Elections Thursday afternoon.
By a 7-0 vote, the Western Reserve Port Authority on Wednesday approved the proposed start-up of daily airline service between the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport and a Midwest hub airport.
Two men who never held public office before each tried to convince an audience Wednesday night at Maplewood High School that he can help lead Trumbull County government in the absence of Paul Heltzel, who died last summer.
When Sammie Dow was in eighth grade in North Carolina, he received an NAACP youth leadership award. He was part of a family that was active in the organization.
The last time there was much public discussion of funding issues relating to mental health and substance abuse was when Gov. John Kasich decided to expand Medicaid eligibility a year ago.
New Trumbull Children Services director continues to work to improve agency
Youngstown businessman George Rafidi awoke to the sounds of police knocking on the door to his Lordstown home and saying, “search warrant.”
The race for 64th Ohio House of Representatives gives voters in Warren, Howland and several more rural townships in Trumbull County a choice between moderate, conservative and independent philosophies.
Mayor Ralph Infante says the $2.7 million deficit in the city’s water department fund as of July 31, 2014, is probably the reason the Ohio Auditor’s Office placed the city in fiscal emergency Tuesday.