Volunteers help clean city

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Volunteers spent the day sprucing up a busy road in Warren on Sunday.

The Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership teamed up with Grace Lutheran Church in Hubbard to pick up trash along Main Avenue Southwest, near Spring street.

The group started at the bridge and worked their way down the road.

Organizers said they targeted the area after noticing it had concentrations of trash and litter.

“This is a main street. It gets a lot of traffic, so it needs cleaned up; it really does,” said Christina Anderson, program assistant at the Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership.

The Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership cleans up different areas around the county regularly.

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