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Pedestrian injured

July 2, 2015 Emergency personnel prepare to place 55-year-old April Garrod of Salem into the back of a KLG ambulance after she attempted to cross West State Street near Speedway and was struck by a pickup... more »»

Panel shifts funds to cover more road work

July 2, 2015 City council’s Finance Committee gave the go-ahead for a new snow plow truck, seeking an engineer to bid out the city hall roof replacement and reallocating some funds to increase the amount for... more »»

Businessman who touted data center gets prison

July 2, 2015 LISBON — The man who was going to help turn Columbiana County into a magnet for other information technology businesses was sentenced to prison for helping defraud a Tennessee bank of $1. more »»

Caregiver charged with felony theft

July 2, 2015 LISBON — A former home health care worker pleaded guilty to four felonies Wednesday in Columbiana County Common Pleas Court. more »»

Humane Society fundraiser

July 2, 2015 Brooklyn, an 8-year-old pit bull and members of the Humane Society of Columbiana County greeted patrons as they walked into the Bob Evans restaurant in Salem Wednesday. more »»

Leetonia council approves $1.3M tax budget

July 2, 2015 LEETONIA — Village council approved a $1.3 million tax budget for 2016 as an emergency measure to assure it arrives in the county auditor’s office by July 20. more »»

Storm floods area

July 1, 2015 Water subsides from Tuesday’s storm along Winona Road near North Georgetown. Thunderstorms quickly dumped a reported 1. more »»

Kevin Love staying in Cleveland with LeBron and Cavs

July 1, 2015 CLEVELAND — After all the speculation and intrigue surrounding Kevin Love’s foray into the free agent market, the star power forward ended up right where he said he would all along — in Cleveland. more »»

Tax increase to be brought before council

July 1, 2015 SALEM—An additional 1/4 percent permanent income tax exclusively for infrastructure needs may come before voters this fall if Salem City Council members approve their own recommendation. more »»

Public speaking still okay at SR

July 1, 2015 BEAVER TOWNSHIP— The South Range school board is not prohibiting public speaking at future meetings, according to board president Ralph Winc. more »»

School plans renewal levy

July 1, 2015 LEETONIA—The Leetonia school board Tuesday night agreed to pursue a renewal levy on the November ballot. more »»

Community members plan spiritual trek July 4

July 1, 2015 SALEM — Early in the morning on the Fourth of July, some members of the Hispanic community plan to celebrate the holiday in their own way, with a 60-mile bicycle trek to the Our Lady of Guadalupe... more »»

EL Council independent candidates disqualified

July 1, 2015 LISBON — Two people running for East Liverpool City Council as independent candidates were disqualified from appearing on the November ballot after voting as Democrats in the May 5 primary election. more »»

Local business marking longevity, transition

July 1, 2015 DAMASCUS—The Damascus True Value Hardware store is celebrating 25 years in business while Damascus Water Conditioning and Plumbing will be celebrating 35 years in business from 8 a.m. until 5 p.. more »»

Columbiana Wine Festival

June 30, 2015 An array of local and area artisans displayed and sold their wares along with the numerous area wineries represented selling their favorites at the annual Columbiana Wine Festival on Saturday. more »»

EL resident named Salem zoning officer

June 30, 2015 SALEM — East Liverpool resident Zack Cowan has been named as Salem’s new Planning & Zoning Officer, apparently following in the footsteps of his father Bill, East Liverpool’s longtime Planning... more »»

Halleck opposes fee for vet ID

June 30, 2015 LISBON — Columbiana County Commissioner Mike Halleck intends to add his voice to those who oppose legislation requiring Ohio veterans to begin paying for obtaining an identification card. more »»

Success of first Bike Week depends on weather

June 30, 2015 SALEM — With a chance to observe two events preceding the first Salem Bike Week, organizer Rob Johnson said, “It’s all going to be based on the weather. “Blue skies ... a couple thousand of bikes .. more »»

Planning board gives go-ahead for downtown sign ordinance

June 30, 2015 SALEM — The city Planning Commission gave its go-ahead Monday for an ordinance regarding new or replacement signs in the C-3 business district which includes downtow. more »»

United school board OKs appropriations

June 30, 2015 HANOVERTON— The United Local school board held a special meeting Monday morning to handle fiscal year end activity. more »»

 
 

 

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