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Municipal Judge Thomas Gysegem acquitted a Vienna woman charged with not following orders to connect property she owns in Howland to privately built sewer lines, and he says her case sets a precedent for others in the court's jurisdiction.
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SANTA COMES TO MECCA: The Mecca Civic Organization will welcome Santa Claus from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday at the southwest corner of the circle next to Hole in the Wall.
COLUMBUS, OHIO The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio today approved four highway-rail grade crossing projects in Columbiana, Sandusky and Trumbull counties.
Michael ''Meatball'' Burns and his buddies planned to steal scrap metal from a Niles home and use the proceeds to go to the Trumbull County Fair last summer, according to a prosecutor trying Burns for murder and involuntary manslaughter charges.
Kathy Cook was only a couple years into her nursing career when a devastating F-5 tornado struck areas of Trumbull County killing 12 people and injuring many others.
Trumbull County Engineer Randy Smith's Office has secured a state grant to help the county explore what he's calling a ''larger scale'' study of compressed natural gas use.
Second-generation immigrant Margaret Pallante vividly recalls the fear she felt as her father scrambled through their Niles home, dimming the lights as men in white robes stood in single file lines outside.
Bond for a Cortland financial adviser accused of bilking nearly $50,000 from an elderly Mineral Ridge woman was set at $20,000 during his arraignment in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court today.
Work for builders in a five county region that includes Trumbull and Mahoning counties was significantly down in 2013, according to the Builders Association of Eastern Ohio and Western Pennsylvania.
RAILROADS TO BE SHOWCASED: The Youngstown Model Railroad Association will hold an open house from noon to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at their club location, 751 N. Four Mile Run Road, Youngstown.
An aluminum extrusion manufacturer considering a $92 million local plant said the state's decision Monday to grant it an Ohio tax credit has brought the company one step closer to Lordstown.