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  1. Weathersfield Flag Day Festival revival brings community togetherRead the original story

    Saturday Jun 11 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Tonya Richardson, 5, giggled with sheer joy as her carousel pony spun around over and over and passed her mother, Sally, who stood just outside the gate with a smile just as big as her daughter's. The Richardson family was one of several hundred participating in the third day of the four-day festival that was resurrected two years ago by Weathersfield Township trustees.

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  2. Harden hurdlesRead the original story w/Photo

    May 28, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Collin Harden is ranked in the top five in the state in the 110- and 300-meter hurdles in Division II. His Division II Austintown Regional meet time Saturday of 38.30 seconds - a personal best - to win the 300 hurdles is second around the state in Division II behind St. Clairsville's Malachi Mellema .

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  3. Bulldogs grow up; nip Girard in softball, 4-3Read the original story

    May 11, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    The Lakeview Bulldogs softball team matured a little bit Wednesday in a gut-check 4-3 win over the Girard Indians in a Division II sectional final. Lawrence watched nervously as freshman pitcher Cait Kelm worked a precarious seventh inning to preserve the win and a spot in the district semifinals.

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  4. At a glanceRead the original story

    May 8, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    The Warren Relay For Life, the largest in the state, raised $300,700 this weekend from 50 onsite teams and 20 associate teams. Pam Marshall, senior manager Relay For Life Youngstown Area, said the relay had more than 1,000 cancer survivors take part in the walk, and held a 5K race / walk for the first time which had 150 participants.

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  5. Warren may up license feeRead the original story

    Apr 26, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    City Councilman John Brown is proposing an ordinance to increase the city's license plate fee from $15 to $20 to raise money for road improvements. Cities are allowed by state law to impose four permissive $5 license plate levies or fees.

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  6. Reports: Dem winners spent moreRead the original story

    Apr 23, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    In two of Trumbull County's contested Democratic primary races in March, the candidate who came out on top received the party nod and largely outspent rivals, according to campaign finance reports filed at the county Board of Elections. Tod Latell, who was the party's choice for the recorder seat, beat Warren City Councilwoman Helen Rucker with 57 percent of the vote and outspent her by $9,000, according to finance reports.

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  7. Girard's Harden adds speed to packageRead the original story

    Apr 19, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Harden then caught up with the Cardinals' runner and surpassed him to finish first during Tuesday's meet with Cardinal Mooney, Girard, LaBrae, Niles and Liberty at Arrowhead Stadium. It's that superior speed which could lead the Girard High School senior to one of many wins - not just as part of a relay.

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  8. Sex with dogs nets jail timeRead the original story

    Apr 19, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    A man city police accused of having sex with two dogs pleaded no contest Tuesday in Warren Municipal Court to a charge of animal cruelty and was sentenced to 90 days in jail. Salvador Rendon, 61, 1152 Ward St. NW, had 60 days of the sentence suspended by Judge Thomas Gysegem and was given credit for the 18 days he's already been in the Trumbull County Jail.

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  9. At a glanceRead the original story

    Apr 15, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    A home at 229 Iowa Ave. SW was hit with gunfire just after midnight Friday, according to a police report. A 17-year-old in the home told police he and a friend were in the living room when they heard at least two gunshots outside, and bullets hitting the house.

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  10. Girard softball team features veteran pitcher, catcherRead the original story

    Apr 10, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    The 2016 Girard Indians softball team shouldn't be short on enthusiasm, if first-year coach Charlie Mazzella, an assistant coach the last four years, has his way. "I want us to play the game with a lot of emotion, I want us to be prepared to play every game," he said.

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  11. High-tech eye on speedersRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 9, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    The way motorists are ticketed for speeding violations in Trumbull County is changing, as townships and cities adopt, contemplate and wait for the right environment to implement traffic radar cameras. Hubbard Township put its traffic camera program on hold at the end of its 30-day trial period.

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  12. At a glanceRead the original story

    Apr 4, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Jury selection was completed Monday in the trial of a Warren man accused of stabbing an ex-girlfriend Oct. 5, 2015, at her Warren Township home. Jacob Asbury, 33, 1505 Adelaide SE, has pleaded not guilty to charges of attempted murder and two counts of felonious assault in the attack on LaDonna Allgood, 44. According to a police report, Asbury drove the victim to the hospital and admitted to the stabbing, telling officers the knife could be found in the kitchen sink.

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  13. MVSD pick for chief engineer seeks appealRead the original story

    Apr 2, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    The plant operations manager at the Mahoning Valley Sanitary District failed one part of a 16-part test, delaying his acquisition of the license that he's required to have to be reinstated as chief engineer, according to members of its board of directors. Anthony Vigorito took over as chief engineer of the district, which treats and distributes water from the Meander Reservoir, in 2014.

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  14. Road projects on the wayRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 31, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    On the horizon for 2016's orange barrel season is a lot of resurfacing and bridge repairs, and the widening of a major interstate that spans two counties and won't be completed until 2018. Even though some of the projects involve road closures, the good news is the total cost of active and upcoming projects in Trumbull County - $51 million, including $28 million active and $22.5 million upcoming - makes for a pretty standard construction season, according to Justin Chesnic, public information officer for District 4 of the Ohio Department of Transportation.

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  15. MVSD ex-engineer returnsRead the original story

    Jan 21, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    The former chief engineer at the Mahoning Valley Sanitary District has temporarily returned to his old post until his replacement gains the proper licenses. Thomas Holloway, who retired from the MVSD in 2014 after 10 years, accepted a six-month contract commencing Jan. 14 to replace Anthony Vigorito, who was Holloway's replacement in 2014.

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  16. Rates solid for most districtsRead the original story

    Jan 14, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    The first half of Ohio's report card data released Thursday shows most districts in Trumbull County are performing average to well when it comes to graduating students. Girard, Champion, Joseph Badger, Lakeview, Lordstown and Maplewood received straight A's on their four- and five-year rates, while most of the rest received a mix of A, B and C grades.

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  17. Warriors work for winRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 13, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Brookfield clawed out a road victory against a conference rival on Wednesday night as the Warriors out-hustled the Girard Indians to capture the 47-40 win in hostile territory. Girard held a tenuous one-point lead going into the fourth quarter.

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  18. Agency reports security breachRead the original story

    Jan 4, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Those who filed income taxes in Youngstown and Girard during or before June 2012 could be victims of a security breach at the Regional Income Tax Agency. A news release from RITA states the agency was destroying old backup DVDs in November because it moved to a more secure backup system.

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  19. Niles mayor scraps tax planRead the original story

    Jan 4, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Officials here appeared in December to have finalized plans to close their Income Tax Department and hire the Regional Income Tax Agency, but new Mayor Tom Scarnecchia wants to avoid the switch in favor of other cost-saving measures now that he's taken office. Scarnecchia, whose first day was Monday, said he's in no way planning to follow through on former Mayor Ralph A. Infante's proposal, which is part of a financial recovery plan aimed to balance the city's budget.

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  20. Newton Falls overcomes Girard challengeRead the original story

    Dec 11, 2015 | Tribune-Chronicle

    After cruising to four easy wins to start the basketball season, the Tigers were due for a challenge. It was delivered by the Girard Indians, who crawled back from a 12-point deficit to take the lead in the fourth quarter.

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