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  1. Police blottersRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 24, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Nov. 14, 9:59 p.m. - Sharon A. Goff was arrested at Petro Truck Stop, 1 Petro Place, Girard, on criminal trespass and loitering to engage in solicitation charges. 7:19 p.m. - Petty theft of light fixtures worth about $950 was reported at Leppo Rentals, 2612 W. Liberty St., Mineral Ridge.


  2. Weathersfield OKs contractsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 8 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Township trustees have approved a new three-year agreement with police and road department employees that includes replacing a 3 percent annual bonus with a one-time wage increase. Trustee Chairman Steve Gerberry said Tuesday the Ohio Patrolmen's Association, which represents eight police officers, and the Ohio Civil Service Employees Association, which represents four road department employees, will receive a one-time, 3 percent wage increase the first year, along with 2 percent increases in each of the three years of the contract.


  3. Grand Valley downs Mathews, captures Northeastern Athletic Conference titleRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 21, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Grand Valley rushed for more than 400 yards in capturing the Northeastern Athletic Conference title with a 39-12 romp over Mathews. All five of GV's scores were runs, including three by Michael McGovern and two by Eduardo Hernandez.


  4. On the recordRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 13, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Other streets included in the project are Prospect, Morris, Williamson, Church, Ashland, Oakwood, Sixth and Seaborn streets and Dumont and Rosalyn drives; l Recognized Haskel Westmoreland of Mineral Ridge for volunteering and picking up litter and debris on the township bike trail. Westmoreland served as a command sergeant, the highest level a noncommissioned officer can attain in the U.S. Army, during 22 years of service in the military.


  5. Lakeview soccer teams are both No. 1 seedsRead the original story

    Oct 8, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Lakeview's boys and girls soccer teams did their campaigning on the pitch and both won their respective elections, earning top seeds in upcoming sectional/district tournament action. The Bulldog boys are 14-0-1 and the girls are 10-3.


  6. Howland boys win Niles CC eventRead the original story

    Sep 24, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    NILES The Howland boys cross country team won the boys 5k run at the Niles Cross Country Invitational on Saturday afternoon. The Tigers scored 24 points, 33 fewer than second place McDonald, who finished with 57. Six Tigers finished in the top 14 spots, with four Howland runners placing second through fifth.


  7. Lordstown meet coming SaturdayRead the original story

    Sep 22, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    The Lordstown Athletic Department is hosting the 17th annual Lordstown Jean Ann Smith Cross Country Invitational on Saturday at Lordstown Village Park on state Route 45 in Lordstown. There will be 13 local schools competing: Badger, Western Reserve, Bristol, Brookfield, Carpe Diem, Jackson-Milton, LaBrae, Lordstown, Mineral Ridge, Sebring, South Range, Southington and United Local.


  8. The Valley at a glanceRead the original story

    Sep 15, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    A man accused of raping a juvenile relative is scheduled to appear Monday in Niles Municipal Court for a preliminary hearing, according to police and court records. Larry Nelson Herbert, 77, 3547 Main St., Mineral Ridge, did not enter a plea to one count of felony rape when he was arraigned Sept.


  9. Niles knocks off Struthers in WhiteTierRead the original story

    Sep 9, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Niles' Tyler Srbinovich scored on a 1-yard run midway through the fourth quarter, and Struthers missed a field goal with 16 seconds remaining as the Red Dragons held for a 21-20 comeback victory Friday night in an All-American Conference White Tier game. Struthers held a 20-6 lead with 5:19 remaining in the third quarter after Nate Richards scored on a 15-yard run.


  10. Morales, Hubbard run wild on Girard in 30-16 winRead the original story

    Sep 3, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Rafael Morales had 28 carries for 240 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Eagles past the Indians, 30-16. Mark Waid was 8-of-23 for 133 yards for Girard, which fell to 0-2 after a loss to Niles in Week 1. LISBON 46, MINERAL RIDGE 14: MINERAL RIDGE - Lisbon scored 46 straight points to start the game, including 32 in a huge second quarter, to rout the Rams.


  11. 3 accused of siphoning gas in WarrenRead the original story

    Sep 2, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Three men were arrested following reports of people siphoning gas early Friday from cars parked at a dealership on Youngstown Warren Road, according to a police report. Officers were called at 3:55 a.m. to All Makes Auto Sales, 2716 Youngstown Road SE, where they found three men with two gas cans standing among the cars, the report states.


  12. High school football season opensRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 25, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    The high school football season opened Thursday in the area, including the Niles-Girard game, which Niles won, 47-26. Tribune Chronicle / R. Michael Semple Niles' Robbie Savin finds a lane and rushes into the end zone for a first-quarter touchdown against Girard as Niles quarterback Tyler Srbinovich signals the score in high school football action Thursday at Bo Rein Stadium.


  13. Volunteers clean cancer patient's house, fight bed bugsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 27, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Tears rolled down Debra Benchea's face when she saw a group of volunteers gathered Wednesday at her Belvedere Avenue SE home to exterminate bed bugs and do heavy cleaning since she has been too sick to do it. "There's so many beautiful people in my life, I'm so blessed," she said.


  14. Appeals court upholds decision on sewersRead the original story

    Jul 6, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    The 11th District Court of Appeals has upheld a Trumbull County magistrate's 2013 ruling against county officials that absolved 10 Mineral Ridge residents of paying the cost of sewer line extensions serving their neighborhood. In a ruling filed June 30, the appellate court unanimously agreed with the decision of Magistrate Beth Anne Aurillo, who ruled almost three years ago that property owners in Mineral Ridge and Vienna were not required to pay for sewer tap-ins because they were not properly notified of costs.


  15. Basketball coaches movingRead the original story

    Jul 3, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Aside from the absurd amount of money NBA free agents are reeling in and the ear-to-ear smile still beaming on the faces of Cleveland Cavalier fans, there are other areas - closer to home - to think about if you're a basketball fan. There were at least six high school head coaching changes following the 2015-16 high school season.


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

    Jun 11, 2016 | 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.


  17. Memorial Day is observed locallyRead the original story w/Photo

    May 30, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Memorial Day is not only about remembering those service men and women who paid the ultimate price, but also to keep those still fighting in the thoughts and prayers of all Americans, according to Army Lt. Col. Emmett C. Shaffer, who spoke to Brookfield area residents during its annual Memorial Day celebration and parade.


  18. Harding girls lead area's state hopefulsRead the original story

    May 24, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    District week has come and gone in high school track and field, but the marks going forward are starting to shape this week's regional competition. Justice Richardson, a Syracuse University recruit, posted the second-fastest time in the state in the Division I 100-meter dash and third-fastest in the 200 , according to


  19. District double for Blue DevilsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 20, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Springfield's girls track and field team seemingly had an insurmountable lead after the 300-meter hurdles on Friday - leading 101.5 to 65 over second-place McDonald However, it was that half a point which would be the Tigers Waterloo as the Blue Devils relied on their distance events and finished things off with their 4x400-meter relay. As freshman Olivia Perry crossed the finish line for McDonald and Springfield took third, the Blue Devilgirls completed the improbable rally to take the Division III Springfield District track and field title, 117-116.5. United, which was in second a good portion of the meet, finished with 73 points and in third.


  20. Fitch boys win 4x800 relay at Division I meetRead the original story

    May 18, 2016 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Austintown Fitch's 4x800-meter boys relay team distanced itself from Solon to capture Wednesday's Division I Austintown District track and field meet at Greenwood Chevrolet Falcon Stadium. The Falcons team of Ethen Saxey, Matt Rozic, Craig Schumacher and Anthony Linert won in a time of 8:03.50.


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