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Girard gives first reading on council pay raises

GIRARD — City council gave the first of three required readings Monday to grant pay raises for the council president and council members, effective with the start of new terms in 2024. Council had discussed the pay raises last year but decided to wait because the new raises would not go ...

Man gets prison sentence for spitting on corrections officers

WARREN — A Warren man on Tuesday pleaded guilty to two counts of harassment with bodily substances in a case in which corrections officers at the Trumbull County jail were spit on twice. Marquise Jordan, 28, of Kenmore Avenue SE, was given a 12-month prison term by Common Pleas Judge W. ...

McDonald brings back festival

McDONALD — After a two-year hiatus, McDonald Fire Department Association’s annual Fireman’s Homecoming Festival will return June 29 to July 2, the department announced. Events will include bingo and food vendors. There will be no amusement rides this year, but rides are planned for the ...

Niles football hosting car show

NILES — The Niles Dragontown Thunderfest car and motorcycle show, hosted by the Niles Football Mothers, is set 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 4 at Niles McKinley High School, 616 Dragon Drive. There will be vendors, food, basket and 50-50 raffles and music. Registration for the car show is $10. ...

On the record: Liberty

WHAT: Board of Education meeting Monday PRESENT: Scott Davis, Diana DeVito, David Malone and Kara Morgan ABSENT: Shawn Chrystal The board: • Approved Michael Palmer, the junior high principal, as the high school principal at 260 days for the 2022-23 year; • Approved Jessica Kohler, ...

On the record: Trumbull County

WHAT: County commissioners meeting Wednesday PRESENT: Frank Fuda, Niki Frenchko and Mauro Cantalamessa Commissioners: • Awarded Boak & Sons Inc., a $209,659 bid for the Girard Multi-Generational Center roof replacement project. The project is part of the 2021 Trumbull Community ...