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Committee tables building permit talks

November 12, 2014 SALEM — The Rules & Ordinances Committee of city council worked on zoning again Monday, further tweaking the sign rules, exchanging the word “occupancy” for “use” in building certificates and tablin... more »»

Trustees upgrade phones at admin building

November 12, 2014 GOSHEN TOWNSHIP—Township trustees Monday night approved a new telephone system for the administration building. more »»

Crestview siblings reunited at Veterans Day service

November 12, 2014 NEW WATERFORD — When second grader Eliza Mason was asked to stand in the center of the Crestview Performing Arts Center stage holding a flower Tuesday evening, she had no idea who was waiting in the... more »»

Eagle Scout project salutes veterans

November 12, 2014 SALEM —There was no pomp and circumstance or ceremony at Waterworth Memorial Park this Veterans Day, just three teens armed with shovels and concrete remembering veterans their own way. Salem St. more »»

Veterans commended at Columbiana, East Palestine schools

November 12, 2014 They may have served in different branches of the military, in different places, and at different times, but they gave nearly identical speeches on Tuesday. more »»

Geese feeding ordinance presented to NW council

November 12, 2014 NEW WATERFORD - Council now has a draft for legislation prohibiting the feeding of geese at the village park. more »»

Street crews ready to shift from leaves to snow

November 11, 2014 By MARY ANN GREIER Staff Writer City street department workers remain busy with falling leaves, but streets foreman Jim Phillis said they’re prepared for falling snowflakes, too — they’re just hopin... more »»

Miller guilty of murder after new trial

November 11, 2014 LISBON — A Salem-area man on Monday was found guilty of both aggravated murder and murder in the bludgeoning death of Matthew Bailey in the fall of 2013. Christopher Miller, 36, U.S. more »»

Panel backs wage bumps

November 11, 2014 SALEM — The Finance Committee of city council agreed to recommend some wage increases for non-bargaining city employees to match what union workers received this summer. more »»

Salem woman leads effort to fund ‘Whatif’ help for families of vets

November 11, 2014 SALEM — Lynn Eriksen is the local coordinator for the Northeast Whatif Challenge aimed at providing assistance to families of veterans returning from overseas combat dut. more »»

Man injured in farming accident

November 11, 2014 LEETONIA — A man working in a cornfield Monday was seriously injured in a farming accident. more »»

Goshen trustees to take up health care changes again

November 11, 2014 GOSHEN TWP. — Township trustees will take two more weeks to discuss the health care plan for employees. more »»

Veterans Day service in Lisbon

November 10, 2014 Members of the First Christian Church choir offered music with a patriotic theme for a Veterans Day service Sunday at the Lisbon church. The service also included participants from St. more »»

Police chief warns residents of scams

November 10, 2014 COLUMBIANA — A scam used in Columbiana has apparently moved to nearby Beaver Township, and Columbiana Police Chief Tim Gladis is urging people to attend an upcoming informational forum. more »»

Firm hired to help with U.S. Rt. 30 project

November 10, 2014 LISBON — The same engineering firm that performed the last major U.S. Route 30 realignment study is being brought on board to help with the latest efforts to revive the project. more »»

Home Care Advantage hits milestone

November 10, 2014 SALEM — An agency started 20 years ago to give residents the advantage of care in their own home remains a fixture of the area today, meeting the needs of everyday life for its clients. more »»

ODNR issues 17 new drilling permits

November 10, 2014 By LARRY SHIELDS Staff Writer SALEM — The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) issued 17 new horizontal drilling permits in the Utica/Point Pleasant shale play for the week ending Nov. . more »»

Leading the charge

November 9, 2014 Nick Deal (84) and Hunter Powell (58) lead their Western Reserve teammates on to the field Saturday during Div. VII playoff action versus Toronto at Berlin Center. The Blue Devils won 27-17. more »»

City wants fewer geese and parked cars

November 9, 2014 COLUMBIANA — What do Canada geese and parked cars in the city have in common? City officials hope to see fewer of them. more »»

Residents could see some water, sewer bills savings

November 9, 2014 LEETONIA — Residents could see some savings on their water and sewer bills after the first of the year. more »»



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