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{{Infobox settlement
|official_namename = Niles, Ohio
|official_name = City of Niles
|settlement_type = [[City (Ohio)|City]]
|nickname =
'''Niles''' is a city in [[Trumbull County, Ohio|Trumbull County]], [[Ohio]], [[United States]]. The city's population was 19,266 at the [[United States Census 2010|2010 census]].<ref name="niles">{{cite web | url = | title = City of Niles Homepage | publisher = The City of Niles | accessdate = 2007-09-27}}</ref><ref>[ Quickfacts: Niles Demography] {{webarchive|url= |date=2013-03-10 }}</ref> It is part of the [[Mahoning Valley|Youngstown-Warren-Boardman, OH-PA Metropolitan Statistical Area]].
Located in the nation's former [[Rust Belt|industrial belt]], the city's economy focused initially on iron manufacturing but later diversified to include steel and glass production.<ref name="niles"/> Niles was adversely affected by the decline of the manufacturing sector throughout the northern United States in the 1970s. Since then, Niles has adapted to become a retail hub for the northern [[Mahoning Valley]], with development centered around the [[Eastwood Mall]] complex.
The [[Mahoning Valley Scrappers]] of [[Minor League Baseball]] play at [[Eastwood Field]] in Niles.