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— Donald Hill, 61, Sebring, was eastbound on U.S. 62 in Knox Township at 10:50 p.m. Feb. 5 and went off the right side into a mailbox and continued on. He was cited for failure to control, OVI and failure to stop. — Sarah B. Himes, 40, Bears Den Road, Leetonia, was eastbound on Butcher ...


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SALEM —A caller at 6:21 a.m. Wednesday reported loud music coming from a vehicle in the area of Aetna Street. The vehicle left and police were unable to find it. — While at Speedway, 175 W. State St., at 12:28 a.m. Wednesday, an officer observed a pair of blue shoes and cutoff jeans ...


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New Cases Village Capital and Investment, LLC vs. Heidi Jo Hestetter, et al., foreclosure sought for property on North Madison Avenue, Salem. USA acting through the Rural Housing Service USDA vs. Shawn and Cassie Glasser, et al., foreclosure sought for property on North Union Avenue, ...


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LISBON — In Columbiana County Municipal Court, Vincent L. McGary, 48, state Route 515, Columbiana, was fined $200, credited with 27 days in jail and sentenced to an additional 153 days in jail for illegal conveyance of prohibited items onto the grounds of a detention facility. McGary had a ...

EL man pleads guilty to possession

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LISBON — Zachary K. Humphreys, 24, Sunnyside Road, East Liverpool, pleaded guilty in Columbiana County Common Pleas Court to possession of drugs and tampering with evidence. Humphreys concealed crack cocaine in his mouth on April 2, 2016. He faces up to four years in prison, a $12,500 fine ...


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Damascus Livestock Auction Quotations Tuesday February 13, 2018 Hogs – Receipts 8 Head No. 1’s 230 to 260 lbs. $25.00 to $62.00 No. 2’s & 3’s 230 to 260 lbs. $25.00 to $52.00 Sows 300 to 500 lbs. $20.00 to $40.00 Sows 500 to 650 lbs. $20.00 to $40.00 Boars $3.00 to ...

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Feeding the community

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From left, Jak Filisky gets his plate filled by Auburn Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation employees Kelly Filisky and Alexandra Keck during the annual Fat Tuesday event hosted by the Salem Community Center, Salem Kiwanis and Salem Rotary to benefit the Salem Community Food Pantry. More than ...

On the Calendar

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WED/14 CANFIELD Canfield Christian Church, 123 S. Broad St., Lenten breakfast, 6:30-9:30 a.m. Feb. 14-March 28. The church is located on the village green next to the Oddfellows Lodge. Meals are free. Free will donations accepted. BYOB (Bring Your Own Bible) for a short Bible study on the ...

Goshen trustees OK building repairs

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GOSHEN TWP. — Township trustees Monday night hired a contractor to make repairs to the interior of the administration building damaged during a storm last August that ripped the roof off the structure. The trustees approved $44,350 for Branch Home Improvement to complete repairs to the ...

4th Salem’s Got Talent show set March 10

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SALEM — Some performance slots remain open for the fourth annual Salem’s Got Talent dinner and show set for 5:30 p.m. March 10 at the Salem Memorial Building. A fundraiser to help maintain operations at the historic Salem structure on East State Street, the talent show already has seven ...

Family tells Columbiana board girls coach has to go

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COLUMBIANA — The family of a student athlete wants to see Columbiana girls basketball head coach Ron Moschella resign or be fired by the district for his conduct on the court. Rob and Casey Hall, parents of senior Taylor Hall, took their complaints to the board of education Tuesday. ...

Ginter backs redistricting compromise

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LISBON — State Rep. Tim Ginter, R-Salem, was among legislators who voted for a compromise bill that seeks to determine how Ohio’s congressional districts will be redrawn in the future. Congressional districts must be redrawn every 10 years following the latest U.S. Census, and there are ...

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Plenty to pick from

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Diners move along the line of vendors and celebrity chefs, choosing what to eat next at the Fat Tuesday food celebration at the Community Center in Salem, the day before Ash Wednesday, which signals the start of the Lenten season. (Salem News photo by Mary Ann Greier)

New Waterford Councilman Tom Cresanto inspects a portion of a pitted and broken 6-inch water main after Tuesday’s meeting. Utility department crewmen cut it from the ground during a series of six water line breaks they had to fix during the past few weeks. Village Administrator Jason Gorby estimated the pipe was placed in the ground in the 1960s. Cresanto said, “This is what’s eating away at our lines.” The pipe was taken from the post office alley and has large holes at each end where pitting ate through the metal. The village is currently replacing its old water lines with a new multi-million dollar distribution system. Gorby said this is why the village is replacing the lines. (Salem News photo by Larry Shields)

New Waterford struggles with rash of water line breaks

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NEW WATERFORD — Village Administrator Jason Gorby said there were six water line breaks in the past week or so including two on state Route 46, one on Crestview Road, one on Patriot Lane, one on the alley between Taylor Street and West Main Street, and another on state Route 46 by Spruce ...

SR board OKs $70 pay for substitutes

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BEAVER TWP. —The South Range school board Monday night increased the pay for substitute teachers. The board approved a new rate of $70 daily effective Sunday. The new rate is a $5 increase. Schools Superintendent Dennis Dunham made the recommendation last month, noting that the district ...

Flynn Auto Group ranks first in sales for 11th straight year


For the 11th consecutive year, the Flynn Auto Group, owned by David A. Flynn, ranked first in automotive sales in northeast Ohio, according to the Greater Cleveland Auto Dealers Association, with 7,014 units sold in 2017. The Flynn Auto Group consists of Columbiana Cadillac Buick Chevrolet, ...