A Youngstown-based ministerial group that had hoped to meet with gun sellers during this weekend’s gun show at the Eastwood Expo Center canceled its plans Saturday.
By JORDAN COHEN email@example.com WARREN A two-judge Court of Jurisdiction approved rate
The city’s Greek community views the annual celebration of Greek Independence Day as an emotional time of remembrance.
By JORDAN COHEN firstname.lastname@example.org NILES Judy Henninger, coordinator of the Northeast Ohio Pet
By JORDAN COHEN email@example.com NILES The school board heard a charge that the grading scale
Mayor Ralph Infante says his city can weather an estimated $200,000 in state funding cuts without having to lay off city workers, but residents should anticipate a reduction in services.
Long-time Mathews schools Superintendent Lee Seiple resigned Tuesday night, effective July 31. Seiple is under contract till July 31, 2014.
Warren has had a revitalization plan since 2009, but more of the community must get involved if it’s to have any impact.
Mathews school district teachers turned out en masse at Wednesday’s board of education meeting in hopes of preventing four proposed teacher layoffs.
The board of education hopes to get the public involved in its search for a successor to retiring Superintendent Rocco Adduci.
Fervent followers of Ohio State football turned out by the hundreds at the Eastwood Mall on Saturday for a two-hour autograph session with four of the team’s graduating seniors.
By JORDAN COHEN firstname.lastname@example.org NILES The city board of education voted Thursday to retain Brad
Niles Mayor Ralph Infante says city is talking to landlords in the wake of council’s passage of an ordinance that holds landlords responsible for payment of tenants’ delinquent utility bills.
Electronic games and gadgets seem to be the hobbies of today, but advocates of model railroading say that no one should try to relegate their passions to history.
Niles City council passed an ordinance holding landlords responsible for delinquent city utility bills run up by their tenants.
The mother of a Trumbull County jail inmate who died after being Tasered last year has filed a federal lawsuit claiming civil-rights violations, wrongful death and medical malpractice.
The Mahoning Valley Sanitary District is seeking water-rate increases in the second and third years of a three-year plan.
Mathews Board of Education will try again to convince voters of the need for a 2-mill permanent improvement levy despite the issue’s defeat at the polls last month.
Officials discuss need for partnerships at summit By JORDAN COHEN email@example.com WARREN In
By JORDAN COHEN firstname.lastname@example.org WARREN The Trumbull County grand jury is reviewing charges
By JORDAN COHEN email@example.com VIENNA Members of Mathews Board of Education said Wednesday
By JORDAN COHEN firstname.lastname@example.org NILES Amid a festive setting attended by more than 100 people
By JORDAN COHEN email@example.com NILES A controversial Halloween display of disfigured dolls on
A display of disfigured baby dolls on North Main Street, Niles, has aroused the anger of some residents to the point that the city’s zoning inspector has asked the homeowner to take down the display. That’s not going to happen, said Krista Smith, the homeowner.
By JORDAN COHEN firstname.lastname@example.org VIENNA Seven area Marine reservists returned home from seven
By JORDAN COHEN email@example.com NILES A report issued by the city auditor shows that revenue
By JORDAN COHEN firstname.lastname@example.org WARREN Trumbull County Common Pleas Judge Andrew Logan agreed
By JORDAN COHEN email@example.com BAZETTA Put the word “free” on any event and it’s bound to draw
Chief now seeks highest designation By JORDAN A. COHEN firstname.lastname@example.org VIENNA For the first
Native Americans celebrate Red Hawk tradition By JORDAN COHEN email@example.com BAZETTA Dolores
BY JORDAN COHEN firstname.lastname@example.org GIRARD High school commencement is a day of life-long memories
By JORDAN COHEN email@example.com WARREN Warren G. Harding High School awarded diplomas to 34l
By Ed Runyan & JORDAN Cohen firstname.lastname@example.org WARREN — A jury found Eugene Henderson guilty of
By JORDAN COHEN email@example.com NILES For the first time in its history, the Niles Board of
By JORDAN COHEN firstname.lastname@example.org CANFIELD The congregation at St. Michael Church sat in silence
The school board is leery of placing students in modular classrooms. VIENNA — Closing Neal
WARREN — Kathy Kotanichek, the Mathews school-bus driver who became the center of controversy in the
The defendant will get transferred to drive a different Mathews school bus. GIRARD — Mathews
NILES — The 10-day suspension of a longtime McKinley High School math teacher followed
The school board heard both sides of the dispute over the claim that a bus driver made an ethnic
Happy Valentine’s Day? No way at party in Niles BY JORDAN COHEN 11Organizers said they were
NILES — The director of the Ohio Department of Health listened Thursday as members of the city
NILES — A three-year rate increase under consideration by the Mahoning Valley Sanitary District
VIENNA — With the closing of Neal Middle School, a certainty at the conclusion of the current school
Midwinter Mosquito Lake dip helps benefit Special Olympics By JORDAN COHEN BAZETTA — With
VIENNA — The Mathews board of education has scheduled a meeting for Jan. 27 to approve a five-year
The oldest motorcycle on display is a 1908 Thor that won the Race of the Century in Alabama in ’08.
The defendant will appeal his conviction. NILES — Robert Leonard, owner of McMenamy’s on
NILES — Mayor Ralph Infante said he has an idea what the city can do with those $10 license-plate
NILES — The Ohio School Facilities Commission has awarded an additional $1.2 million for new