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"We had reliable information that there was suspected methamphetamine being manufactured here, and a subsequent check of it revealed that there in fact was," Newton Falls police Chief Gene Fixler said.
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For more than three weeks, Six has been on a desperate search for her son, Timothy Jr., who has been missing since he checked himself out of Trumbull Memorial Hospital in Warren on Feb. 18. Special to the Tribune Chronicle Timothy Six Jr., 36, of Niles, has been missing since he checked himself out of Trumbull Memorial Hospital in Warren on Feb.
A recent survey conducted in 17 Ohio counties showed that local elected officials generally see shale activity as a positive economic force, despite its impact on local infrastructure.
A Warren couple is accused of using a 14-year-old boy dressed as a Boy Scout to pull off a 'popcorn scam' last fall.
Rather than finding existing office space somewhere in downtown Warren for Trumbull County's Veterans Services Commission, county commissioners are moving on constructing a new building for the service agency.
HOWLAND SOCIETY HOSTS SPEAKER: The Howland Historical Society will host a program on archeology at 7 p.m. today at the administration building, 205 Niles-Cortland Road, N.E. The program "Ancients and Indians of the Mahoning Valley Area," will be presented by archeology assistant Bill Drolsbaugh.
She had been a lifetime Trumbull County resident, and she and her husband had lived in Champion for many years.
Affected voters will be sent a postcard notice 30 days before the election notifying them of their new polling place.
A substitute gym teacher accused of assaulting a student at the Willard K-8 school earlier this week turned himself in to city police on Friday.
Halcon Resources CEO Floyd Wilson said results "haven't been too wonderful in the far north part of the play."
Lt. Peter Lucic credits the deputy sheriff he met when he was 15 years old with steering him toward his own career in law enforcement.
Whether it's learning a foreign language, studying forensic science materials or practicing tae kwon do, students in grades second to sixth are getting the opportunity to enrich their minds as part of the Saturday Enrichment program.
Even though we are still feeling the chill of our northeast Ohio winter weather, it is time to think spring.