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Perry chief sees increased ID theft issues

February 12, 2015 PERRY TWP. — Identity theft calls to police increased in the township last year and Chief Mike Emigh said it’s only going to continue increasin. more »»

Wellsville man asks board to share wealth

February 12, 2015 LISBON — A Wellsville-area man active in the local Democratic party has a suggestion for Columbiana County commissioners when it comes to renewal of the 1 percent county sales tax: How about... more »»

Local attorney Gorby on probation over civil case

February 12, 2015 LISBON — Local defense attorney Jennifer Gorby will be on probation for one year following her financial-related actions while defending a family member in a civil case. more »»

Salem trustees OK gathering line culverts

February 12, 2015 FRANKLIN SQUARE — Salem Township trustees approved a resolution to allow Cardinal Gas Services LLC oil to place gathering line culverts in eight locations in Salem Township during Wednesday’s meeting. more »»

Salem homecoming court

February 11, 2015 Salem High School will crown this year’s basketball homecoming queen this Friday at halftime of the varsity boys game against West Branch. more »»

Mayor explains street work list

February 11, 2015 City street department workers have been trying to tackle potholes as they pop up, but the decision on what streets will be repaved this year remains months away, dependent on need and fundin. more »»

WB principal explains upcoming tests

February 11, 2015 BELOIT— West Branch High School hosted an informational meeting regarding the upcoming new state assessments set to begin later this month. more »»

New Waterford council buys dump truck

February 11, 2015 NEW WATERFORD — Village council approved $70,000 for the purchase of a new dump truck during Tuesday’s meeting. more »»

Spelling at United

February 11, 2015 Ellie Marhefka, sixth grade, won the United Local spelling bee Tuesday morning, correctly spelling jackal in the sixth round. more »»

Parents ask if students can opt out of tests

February 11, 2015 BELOIT— What are the consequences of opting a student out of the upcoming state assessments? Parents asked the question during an informational meeting regarding the new PARCC (Partnership for... more »»

Spelling at St. Paul

February 10, 2015 Sarah Heestand spells her word during the spelling bee for fifth and sixth graders at St. Paul School in Salem Monday afternoon. Looking on are fellow contestants Will Shugart and Bailey Staudt. more »»

Lisbon grad broke Brian Williams’ story

February 10, 2015 SALEM — Travis J. Tritten, the reporter who broke the Brian Williams’ story for the Stars and Stripes, is from Lisbon. The story goes back to 2003 when Williams, embedded with U.S. more »»

Trustees set hearings on gas program

February 10, 2015 Township residents can ask questions about the new gas aggregation program designed to possibly save them money on their natural gas bills by attending one of two public hearings on Feb. 23. more »»

Many Columbiana County districts would lose funds under Kasich plan

February 10, 2015 LISBON — Nearly half of the 11 school districts in Columbiana County would lose state funding under Gov. John Kasich’s proposed two-year state budge. more »»

Columbiana police chief: New event may conflict with others

February 10, 2015 COLUMBIANA —A local non-profit is organizing a new event, but it will first have to make sure it will not conflict with another non-profit event this summer. more »»

Goshen trustees vote to implement gas aggregation plan for township

February 10, 2015 GOSHEN TWP. — Trustees Monday night approved legislation regarding the gas aggregation voters approved in November. more »»

Fire strikes home second time in five years

February 9, 2015 LEETONIA — A house that survived a Christmas Eve fire five years ago barely survived a second fire early Sunday. Leetonia firefighters were called to 39633 state Route 558 around 3 a.m. more »»

Video cameras becoming latest tool for city police

February 9, 2015 SALEM — New video cameras should be installed in Salem Police Department cruisers by the end of March, giving the department an improved, more advanced tool for evidence, Chief J.T. Panezott said. more »»

Felony arrests up last year

February 9, 2015 LISBON —Columbiana County sheriff’s deputies made 60 percent more felony arrests in 2014, thanks in large part to a record number of indictments issued last yea. more »»

Degree was long time coming for former veterinarian

February 9, 2015 There’s one less entry on Dr. Bruce Marhefka’s bucket list, a bit of unfinished business completed. more »»



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