June 10


1999: Columbiana County Commissioner Cathie DeFazio asks Prosecutor Robert Herron who should foot the bill when a prisoner escapes from the privately run county jail.


Trumbull County Fair Board member Dan Polivka says the 153rd annual fair will provide more exhibits and entertainment to maintain its family-oriented focus. 


Two long-time members of the Boardman High School music faculty are retiring. Carol Clark, orchestra director, and  Errol Kehrberg, choral music director, have a combined experience of more than 60 years. 


1984: The Ashtabula Harbor Marine Museum opens, fulfilling a long-time dream of Paul Petros, an Ashtabula resident and mariner. 


A Niles city councilman was fired from his county job, and a Howland precinct committeeman was forced to resign, but seven Trumbull County employees remain on the job in apparent violation of a state law that prohibits political activity by civil service employees. 


Despite a government program that pays part of the starting salaries of Vietnam and Korean war veterans, the hiring of vets is off to a slow start, with employers wary of getting entangled in bureaucracy. 


1974: Four area residents escape serious injury when their private plane flips during an emergency landing near Columbia, S.C. Nicholas J. Carano, his sons, Michael, 5, and Nick, 7, and the boys' grandmother, Margaret Carano, were headed for Disney World when the plane's engine conked out. 


The U.S. Supreme Court agrees to decide whether the U.S. Civil Service Commission can ban resident aliens from government jobs. 


1949: Major Fred Altiere is named the outstanding engineering graduate of Youngstown College by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Altiere, a fighter pilot in the Army Air Forces, flew 71 missions in the China-Burma-India theater. 


Fourteen women war veterans were among the 2,457 seniors graduating from the Ohio State University.