The Warren Salvation Army gave away nearly every coat, hat, blanket and set of gloves it had Monday during a quickly-mobilized winter-clothing giveaway.
Girard man sentenced to prison for second arson in two years
Golfers express happiness that city-owned Old Avalon golf course to reopen
For the second time in several months, a local judge has ruled in favor of a property owner who fought against paying a sewer assessment on the grounds that it was unfair.
Lots of things Bradley Milligan did and said were suspicious when Howland police and a Milligan family member arrived at about 4 p.m. Dec. 18 at the house Milligan and his sister, Laura Michael, shared on Howland Springs Road in Howland.
Attorney: Lawsuit involving Trumbull Children Services settled
Two men remember when the Telegram and Vindicator helped kids earn money for family and fun
Council members express optimism for making Warren a ‘greater city.’
There is a 15,000-square foot third in the Gibson Building, 258 East Market Street, that has never been used since the building was constructed in 1997.
Warren City Council approved a $26.5 million 2014 budget last week that anticipates no big changes in the cost to run any of its departments.
The U.S. Justice Department, in a review of the Warren Police Department’s use-of-force policies and procedures, is both complimentary and critical of the police department.
Fourteen young Warren men were singled out because of their criminal histories and told to come to the Trumbull County Courthouse, where for 90 minutes Friday they were told to put down their guns.
Bradley E. Milligan, 48, is charged with the murder of his sister, Laura L. Michael, 51, and will be arraigned Friday afternoon in Warren Municipal Court.
We Are Warren hopes to build on small summer recreation program
John C. Grantz, 67, of Burnett Road in Leavittsburg pleaded guilty Thursday to repeatedly raping one girl over seven years, and molesting another girl.
Jurors only needed one hour of deliberation to find John A. Thompson, 40, of Mecca and Warren guilty of aggravated burglary, kidnapping and possessing criminal tools
The Western Reserve Port Authority has authorized use of $24,167 in port funds to help the Mahoning Valley Economic Development Corporation on Belmont Avenue in Liberty run a program to help local businesses procure federal contracts.
Newton Falls and Braceville officials hope to have serious discussions after Jan. 1 about joint-economic-development district
Ohio takes steps to put overdose-fighting drug in hands of more first responders
Trumbull jurors say complicated and vague legal jargon made murder case difficult
The Ohio State Highway Patrol has released the name of the driver of a car they believe struck and killed a 55-year-old Howland woman Sunday night on King-Graves Road.
A still-unidentified man has been arrested in connection with Monday’s Atlantic Street homicide, possibly bringing to a close two days’ worth of fear for residents of Atlantic Street, Lordstown and Warren Township.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol says it believes the vehicle that hit pedestrian Antoinette M. Ross, 55, of Hunt Club Trail in Howland late Sunday or early Monday went into the roadside ditch where her body was found.
Roy Hahn, 41, told jurors Tuesday in Michael Burns’ murder trial that he woke up from a “dead sleep” to hear “a loud crunching or cracking” coming from a side door being pried open.
Jurors are being asked to decide whether the defendant’s conduct is responsible for the purported fellow burglar’s death.
State Rep. Thomas Letson made his first appearance before a judge on a misdemeanor zoning charge, but his public appearance was ever so brief.
Downtown business operators say they look forward to the opportunity to welcome new restaurant-bar neighbors
In the midst of chaos, some police departments use social media to set the record straight
Cleveland author advises high school seniors on identifying, finding best careers
A Kinsman man has sued claiming failure to pay for use of his land for drilling and pipeline operations.
Trumbull County commissioners approved paving projects on six roads, and three bridge projects
Community meeting, Safe Neighborhoods initiative target ways to reduce violence in Warren
Trumbull officials plan to spend the same money in 2014 as this year, except for health care
Trumbull County 911 continues to grow as more communities join
The three middle-aged men dressed in suits and ties, former owners of funeral homes in Girard and Niles, looked out of place sitting with jail inmates
Trumbull County Commissioners Frank Fuda and Dan Polivka say they believe they can lead by example and improve their own health by participating in Lose and Win.
Warren Police Chief Eric Merkel has taken steps in recent weeks to provide more consistent access to information about major crimes occurring on nights, weekends and holidays.
Trumbull County Prosecutor Dennis Watkins is opposing for a second time the parole for John Whisonant, who has served 28 1/2 years in prison on four counts of rape and one of gross sexual imposition.
Louis Mann sentenced to life in prison with no parole for killing his parents
The awards ceremony for Saturday’s FIRST LEGO League robotics competiton for middle school students made it clear that this competition gives equal weight to good citizenship as much as competition.
Three Campbell patrol officers were blasted with fumes from a mobile meth lab in the trunk of a car they stopped on Reed Avenue Saturday morning.
Construction to replace the long-closed Olive Street Bridge between Niles and McDonald should begin in March and take about 18 months.
The Western Reserve Port Authority has agreed to spend up to $39,450 for the Council of Development Finance Agencies of Columbus to develop a strategic plan for the port.
Kardell Lowery Jr., 18, is being held in lieu of $300,000 bond in the shooting of Davion J. Rogers, 22.
Trumbull County commissioners are expected to approve an agreement between Century Link and the Trumbull County 911 Center today to provide Lordstown with updated dispatching equipment.
Police concluded that the Mazda SUV Cory Swartz, 18, was driving Nov. 8 when it crossed the center line and hit a pickup truck on East Connelly Boulevard was traveling 55 to 60 mph.
For the Shaffers of Hubbard, foster parenting and adopting have become as natural and normal as the beautiful smile on the face of the newest permanent member of their family — 2-year-old Isabella.
Judge W. Wyatt McKay of Trumbull County Common Pleas Court set bond at $3 million for TaShawn Walker, the 26-year-old Baytown, Texas, man charged with killing Richard C. Rollison IV, 24, Oct. 26.
Officials celebrate start of construction of $10.6 million Kinsman sewer project
Warren council will introduce legislation Wednesday that will allow the city to create an 87-acre revitalization district downtown to encourage commerce and development.