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Chestnut Ridge Road between Hubbard Masury Road and State Line Road in Hubbard Township will be closed through Oct. 30. The Trumbull County Engineer's Office is recommending that motorists travel north on Hubbard Masury Road, southeast on Sharon Bedford Road and south on State Line Road. Palmyra Road between Hewitt Gifford Road and Kibler Toot Road in Warren Township will be closed through Oct. 31. The recommended detour is west on Hewitt Gifford Road, north on Leavitt Road and east on Risher Road. Comment?
A 52-year-old man was discovered dead Sunday morning after township firefighters responded to a house fire on Ohio Street in Masury. Investigators did not release the man's name, but said he was found in the basement of 8136 Ohio St. minutes after neighbors called 911. Comment?
The girls come out this week and two bouts match Trumbull County boxers as the 28th annual K.O. Drugs High School Boxing Tournament concludes Wednesday at the Old School Marketplace, 11836 South Ave. Eighteen championship fights are scheduled, beginning at 7:30 p.m., at the former South Range High School gymnasium. There will be nine underclass bouts , two female fights and seven upperclass match-ups . Comment?
The sectional rounds of softball tournaments have sorted out the best teams in the area. It's now on to the district level and a chance for eight Trumbull County teams to advance to the rounds of 16. Among the highlights will be what has become the annual ritual that is a meeting between the Champion Golden Flashes and LaBrae Vikings in the Jefferson Division III district. Comment?
If the Hubbard Eagles needed an easy tune-up for the start of the Division II district softball tournament, they found it in a non-conference game against Springfield. The Eagles, who had defeated the Tigers twice this season, made it three straight Thursday with an 18-4 win in the Mahoning Valley Invitational. Comment?
Ohio's unofficial fifth season - orange barrel season - is nearly upon us, so the Ohio Department of Transportation is rolling out its $2.4 billion investment in transportation construction for 2015. ODOT's construction season includes a record 990 projects in the state, including several worth millions of dollars in Trumbull and Mahoning counties. Comment?
A man and woman from Warren have been indicted by a federal grand jury, which charged the two with lying about who would receive a purchased firearm, according to a release from the U.S. Department of Justice. Pamela E. Vincent, 43, and William Roberts, 40, made the false statements to a federally-licensed firearms dealer, according to Steven M. Dettelbach, U.S. Attorney in Cleveland. Comment?
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