Public relations, unemployment, community perception identified as top Trumbull public-health issues
In the aftermath of the police-involved shooting death of Taemarr Walker a week ago and other incidents seemingly connected to Walker’s death, officials are taking extra precautions.
Louis Mann would spend rest of his life behind bars
Brother of man killed by police Oct. 19 charged in Saturday homicide at gas station
‘My life is in your hands,’ Louis Mann tells jury
The jury begins to hear reasons why Louis Mann should or shouldn’t be put to death
Urban League president urges community to ‘exercise patience’ during shooting investigation
Attorney General’s office approves special prosecutor for Hubbard horn-honking conflict
Trumbull County commissioners approve steps in the Squaw Creek sewer project
He died after being shot by a Warren police officer early Saturday.
Former workers move on after loss of RG Steel
Louis Mann guilty of killing and robbing his parents
The Western Reserve Port Authority backs a project that will help the Southern Park Mall acquire up to $4 million for roofing and lighting improvements.
Lawsuit against a Warren bail bondsman dismissed
A nearly complete 12,000-foot loop train track at the Ohio Commerce Center in Lordstown is among the key components of what Halcon Resources Corp. says may eventually be a $70 million fuel depot.
Defense attorney admits Louis Mann killed his parents
Village Council has approved a 75 percent tax abatement for a Ontario, Canada, company looking to invest $70 million to start a factory in the Ohio Commerce Center.
Warren Council authorizes purchase of $2.5 million Gibson Building
State forensic examiner assigned to help with Niles, Girard funeral home investigations
Nitrogen was injected into the well to 'restimulate' it
Mother of dead 4-year-old Bazetta boy pleads guilty to involuntary manslaughter
Warren City Council moved a step closer to completing the $2.5 million purchase of the Gibson Building
Council hired Eugene H. Fixler by a unanimous vote.
Eastern Ohio legislators push for restoration of Homestead Exemption
Deindustrialization of Mahoning, Trumbull counties didn’t follow parallel tracks
Talks on concealed carry, mass murder highlight probate seminar
Newton Falls man’s third long walk takec him to the four corners of Ohio
Jury selection will begin Monday in the murder trial of Louis R. Mann, accused of killing his parents in their Warren home two years ago.
By ED RUNYAN email@example.com GIRARD The Youngstown Alumnae Chapter Delta Sigma Theta
Richard Clark, who murdered a man who allowed him to stay at his Williamsburg Street house, has been given a new place to stay for the rest of his life.
A new dog-training program involving inmates at the Trumbull Correctional Institute and dogs from the Trumbull County Dog Kennel is about second chances.
Prosecutors will ask Judge Ronald Rice for the maximum penalty for Richard A. Clark, 40, who killed Dwayne Hickman at Hickman’s Williamsburg Street Northwest home in March.
Participants react as one of their watermelons explodes from the pressure of having numerous rubber bands placed around it. The demonstration was part of the Silly Science Sunday on West Federal Street. Hundreds attended the event.
A speaker at Friday’s Prisoner of War/Missing In Action Recognition Day observation at the Trumbull County Veterans Memorial on Courthouse Square told the story of a 12-year-old California girl who wore a bracelet 38 years in remembrance of soldier James Moreland.
State and drilling company to monitor Weathersfield injection well
Warren man pleads in murder case
Assessments of around 35 Trumbull County brownfield sites — industrial properties that need cleanup — are likely to begin in October or November following approval by the Western Reserve Port Authority of two environmental consultants.
A Liberty woman and her son rear-ended by an off-duty by a Mahoning County sheriff’s deputy in a July 9 Niles car crash filed suit against the deputy and the owner of the car he was driving.
Grand jury also indicts Niles man on numerous pornography charges
Man sentenced to prison for 10th time, mom scolded for improper legal filings
Sewer funding withheld from Dave Sugar Excavating for wetlands issue
Richard Clark convicted of Warren aggravated murder and robbery
Millers thanked for years of community service
A 31-year-old Hubbard man convicted of selling pieces of a $36,000 military statue for $75 at a scrap yard had only been in prison two weeks when prison officials asked a Trumbull County judge if he could have his sentence drastically reduced.
Niles Police continue full-time investigation of funeral home
He faces several charges
Jurors in the Richard Clark murder trial may hear testimony from defense witnesses first thing today in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court.
Sereday Trucking pleads no contest to illegal disposal and storage violations
Defense promises to raise doubts in Warren murder trial
‘Crimetown USA’ author taps into mob history from 1933 to 1963