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Helping hands

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Among those volunteering during the annual downtown cleanup of Salem held Saturday were Quaker football players, from left, Jake Narvet, Logan Wolfe and Matt Castles. (Salem News photo by J.D. Creer)

Police Reports

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Salem reports — Police responded to the station at 12:34 a.m. Sunday to assist Perry Township police with an OVI suspect and administered the BAC test on a person who was over the legal limit. — At 12:29 a.m. police were on station where a complainant wanted an officer to do a well-being ...

On the Calendar

Neighborhood News

MON/23 BEAVER TOWNSHIP The South Range school board will meet in special executive session at 5 p.m. Monday in the board offices to discuss employment and compensation of a public official. COLUMBIANA TOPS 720 (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) support group, Presbyterian Church, weigh-ins ...

Few local issues on May primary ballot

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YOUNGSTOWN — Few local issues are on the May primary ballot. Mahoning County residents will see a renewal for the tuberculosis clinic, while Smith Township residents are being asked for additional money for general operations. Western Reserve School District residents are being asked to ...

Highway Patrol

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— While eastbound Saturday morning on state Route 172 in Hanover Township, Lyndon D. Vanpelt, 27, Germantown Road, Columbiana, traveled off the right side, causing his vehicle to strike a guardrail. He was cited for failure to control. — Cody T. Charnesky, 20, Canfield, was driving east ...

Official: Be alert for ticks

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SALEM — With temperatures rising and people venturing outside, the Salem City Health Department is reminding residents to keep an eye out for ticks on themselves, their children and their pets. Health Commissioner Lynle Hayes said it’s especially important now when ticks are most active ...

Sheriff’s Office

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— Harold L. Chappell, Egypt Road, Salem, reported his homemade trailer taken from his driveway Thursday. — Salineville police called Thursday night for assistance in locating Daniel Cappalingo, who has outstanding warrants and was reportedly threatening suicide. He was eventually located ...

Heartland Christian School honor rolls

Neighborhood News

Honor Roll Third Grade: Allison Beagle, McKenna Benner, Aidan Dmyterko, Isaiah Driscoll, Jack Morgan, Keagan Pruitt, Sarah Reynolds. Principal’s Honor Roll Third Grade: Aubrey Bosco, Ryan Coy, Reagan Cramer, Capri Droki, Colin Evans, Cooper Grim, Christian Hamilton, Camden Holloway, Collin ...

Leetonia Council will seek funding for two projects

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LEETONIA — Village Council will be seeking local funding for two projects in town. Council last week agreed to request Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding from the Columbiana County commissioners this week for another phase of the ongoing village wide water line project and a ...

Middleton Bridge project expected to being soon

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FAIRFIELD TOWNSHIP — The Middleton bridge project is expected to begin soon and traffic detour signs will be put in place, Road Supervisor Mel Miller said Thursday. The bridge isn’t closed yet. Work will on the bridge will be done by Marucci and Gaffney Excavating of Youngstown. Trustee ...

Performing today at Salem High School

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A performance of "Anything Goes" will be presented at 2 p.m. today at the Salem High School auditorium. Take a ride on the SS American with cast members and enjoy such musical hits as “De lovely,” “Blow Gabriel Blow,” and the signature “Anything Goes." It will be a great time full of ...

Police Reports

Police and Court Reports

SALEM REPORTS — A complainant from the 500 block of Continental Drive was on station at 5:38 p.m. Friday regarding a problem with the apartment manager who gave her a three-day eviction notice on March 7 and filed a 30-day eviction notice on March 7 and it was kicked out of court for ...

On the Calendar

Neighborhood News

SUN/22 CANFIELD Angels for Animals gigantic garage sale, Canfield Fairgrounds; admission is free to shoppers from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. when all merchandise will be reduced to 50 percent off; 330-549-1111. LISBON Stage Left Players will audition for the summer musical, “Camelot,” 1 p.m., ...

Missing ring comes full circle

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LEETONIA — Several years ago a gentleman discovered a Leetonia High School class ring in the Kent/Akron area, stashing it away with all intents to return it to the school. But retirement soon arrived, and a move to the San Francisco Bay area ensued. An then recently that gentleman stumbled ...

Salem Schools honor rolls

Neighborhood News

SALEM HIGH SCHOOL All As Seniors: Zachary Bezon, Michael Brant, Logan Brine, Paige Butcher, Feng Chen, Katelin Chilton, Allee Davidson-Chuck, Alyssa Dougherty-Laubacher, Corrin Erskine, Stephanie Fowler, Kasey Goodchild, Kaitlin Hall, Sarah Hoffman, Abigail Hutter, Grace Irey, Noah Ivan, Jamie ...

United Local High School prom scheduled April 28

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United Local High School will host its junior/senior prom on April 28. The Parade of Fashions will begin at 5 p.m. in the high school gym where last year’s prom king and queen, Camryn Jarrett and Kaden Smith, will crown the new prom king and queen. The theme is “Paris,” sponsored by the ...

County employees can be poll workers

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LISBON — Columbiana County commissioners have given officeholders and other department heads permission to let their employees serve as poll workers in the May 8 election. The action taken at Wednesday’s board was at the request of the county elections board, which is having trouble ...

Lisbon Schools honor rolls

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LISBON DAVID ANDERSON JUNIOR/SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL All As Seniors: Jacob Brown, Branson Brownfield, Alyssa Chestnut, Eva DeRuyter, Brian Dickson, Nicholas Helman, Matthew Hull, Zander Llewellyn, William Mayer, Emily McCoy, Courtney Morenz, Jacob Mundy, Lindsey Richards, Michael Simms, Cameron ...

Council backs return of boosters membership drive

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The Columbiana Athletic Boosters is bringing back its membership drive. Sean Zentner, who is now leading the club, told city council this week they are trying to get the word out that the club is still active. He said the club has decided to bring backs its membership drive and requested ...