Paint is peeling and rust is forming on the cruisers
The city is under fiscal emergency
A team from the Special Investigation Unit of the state auditor’s office spent Tuesday afternoon searching for documents and other records in the office of Mayor Ralph Infante, but investigators will not say what prompted their probe.
The summit attracted a mixture of faith-based and grass-roots organizations along with business and community leaders.
Family protests proposed cell phone tower in Farmington Township
Trumbull County commissioners said their unanimous appointments of businessman Sam Covelli and attorney David Detec to the Western Reserve Port Authority on Wednesday signal that the tumultuous board is righting its ship.
Howland road grant to help local industries
Utility delinquencies are a major problem, says the city's auditor
Trumbull County commissioners reappointed Scott Lewis to the board in December 2012.
The Thunderbirds hopefully will be able to fly today at 4 p.m.
Edward Kapturasky Jr. is accused of sending threatening text messages to his stepsister.
He promises safeguards to prevent a repeat of such behavior
The current levy funding the library expires in 2015.
By JORDAN COHEN firstname.lastname@example.org VIENNA Nonteaching employees in the Mathews Local School
Union will vote to ratify or issue strike notice
Both sides meeting with federal mediator
The union rejected the school board's last offer, and no new talks are set
The school has been a fixture of Catholic education in the city for 145 years
By JORDAN COHEN email@example.com NILES After spending more than $225,000 in the last three years
The water department faces a $2 million deficit, while repairs mandated by the Environmental Protection Agency to the wastewater treatment plant are projected to cost the city $30 million.
More than 60 people braved the subzero temperatures to crowd the township hall and protest the action to terminate Mike Penrose, 47, highway superintendent and cemetery sexton.
Tom Telego, billing manager, said instead of saving time, the system caused delays in collecting delinquent utility payments.
One man says he intends to get signatures to put the ordinance on the ballot.
By JORDAN COHEN firstname.lastname@example.org NILES City council plans to rescind an ordinance passed last
One councilman said he did not think ordinance would withstand a court challenge.
He will earn an annual salary of $97,500.
Niles schools have been in fiscal watch since 2003.
Father Baker donned a Harley-Davidson sweatshirt, a Hells Angels pin beneath his left shoulder and a black bandanna adorned with Celtic crosses on his head.
A community group vows to help keep the abandoned school clean and safe.
This month, two female employees of the police department alleged that the chief’s conduct toward them was improper and inappropriate.
The 13th annual exhibit, “Motorcycles ABC: Antiques, Bobbers, Customs,” features more than 30 classic and custom cycles as examples of the three categories.
Josh Shaull, owner of Airtistix Airbrush in Eastwood Mall, displays his painting of Baxter, a Great Dane owned by Jim Westhoff of Greenwood, Del., and his family. Baxter's photo won a contest to be drawn by Shauli. The 8-year-old dog died shortly after the submitted photo was taken.
By JORDAN COHEN email@example.com NILES It was not the type of Christmas message that will spread
By JORDAN COHEN firstname.lastname@example.org NILES City council unanimously has voted to prohibit the
By JORDAN COHEN email@example.com VIENNA Representatives of the Ohio Department of Education say they will be quite clear about the severity of the deficit facing the Mathews schools when they address the board of education at its next regular meeting Wednesday.
By JORDAN COHEN firstname.lastname@example.org NILES The attorney representing the Niles Frontliners, a
By JORDAN COHEN email@example.com NILES City council members are unhappy with the concession
By JORDAN COHEN firstname.lastname@example.org NILES Weathersfield Township investigators say the amount of
By JORDAN COHEN email@example.com WARREN Kyle Presjak likely will have the distinction of
A two-year contract approved this week by the Niles teachers union and the board of education will require teachers to pay more for their health care.
By JORDAN COHEN firstname.lastname@example.org WARREN The Warren/Trumbull YMCA, in its High Street location
By JORDAN COHEN email@example.com VIENNA The Mathews schools superintendent warned that the
By JORDAN COHEN firstname.lastname@example.org NILES The collection agency hired by city council last week for
By JORDAN COHEN email@example.com NILES Voter approval of a renewal school levy last Tuesday has
Daniel “Boom” Herron and DeVier Posey believe they have learned hard lessons as they prepare for the
By JORDAN COHEN firstname.lastname@example.org NILES More than 130 teachers packed the board of education
By JORDAN COHEN email@example.com NILES The city is asking Trumbull County to take over housing
By JORDAN COHEN firstname.lastname@example.org NILES At first, Sharon Jay, 10, just assumed that she and the
By JORDAN COHEN email@example.com NILES A union representing 105 nonteaching employees has
By JORDAN COHEN firstname.lastname@example.org NILES Giovanne “John” Merlo, a lifelong Niles resident, was