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Salem water report now accessible on website

May 11, 2016 SALEM — In a cost-saving move, city water customers won’t be receiving the 2015 Annual Water Quality Report commonly known as the Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) with their bills this year, but the... more »»

Charter meeting to be televised

May 11, 2016 SALEM — City residents who couldn’t attend the recent Committee of the Whole meeting to hear the discussion about a charter form of government can view the session on Time Warner Cable Channel 9... more »»

Salem, Perry Twp. drop off set for this weekend

May 11, 2016 SALEM — Residents in the city of Salem and Perry Township are reminded about this weekend’s large item dropoff cleanup event in the municipal lot near Timberlanes off of Pershing and Lundy. more »»

Renowned keyboardist to perform

May 11, 2016 SALEM—Area residents, musicians, piano enthusiasts and students can see and hear the performance of a keyboard master when Dr. more »»

Renovations eyed at Columbiana sports complex

May 11, 2016 COLUMBIANA — Some changes are needed at the city school district’s Ward Athletic Complex, Superintendent Don Mook said Tuesday. more »»

Salem High School’s show choir will sing National Anthem at Progressive Field

May 11, 2016 Salem’s High School show choir “Encore” and alumni members who sang under the direction of Attila Samu will sing the National Anthem at Progressive Field on Friday, June 17 prior to the Indians-Whit... more »»

Lisbon promotes new fire chief

May 11, 2016 LISBON — Lisbon’s assistant fire chief has been named to the top job. Paul Gresh Jr. more »»

NW sends out LMI surveys

May 11, 2016 NEW WATERFORD - Fiscal Officer Dave Slagle said 247 of the low-to-moderate income surveys were sent to residents on Tuesday. “Hopefully they’ll be back by the 20th,” Slagle said, “a week from Friday. more »»

Fishing for help

May 10, 2016 Six-year-old John Parks of Leetonia does some fishing with his hands while his pole lays beside him. John is pulling up snails that he uses for bait. more »»

Charter government discussion kicks off

May 10, 2016 SALEM—A council vote could start the process of considering a charter form of government for Salem, but for now Councilman Dave Nestic asked council members to digest what they heard and meet again... more »»

Trustees discuss possible chip and seal road work

May 10, 2016 GOSHEN TOWNSHIP - Trustees discussed chip and sealing two miles of road that Fiscal Officer Tom Knoedler said they would be “pushing it to do at $50,000 a mile” during Monday’s meeting. more »»

JASF trailer replaced by area grange

May 10, 2016 LISBON — The Lisbon Area Chamber of Commerce received help in replacing one of the items lost in the Feb. 13 fire that destroyed the Center Township garage/administration building. more »»

Alumni Association to honor Chicago real estate developer

May 10, 2016 SALEM — The Salem High School Alumni Association’s (SHSAA) Memorial Book Awards will honor the memory of Harvey M. more »»

NW files petition to annex from Unity Twp.

May 10, 2016 LISBON — New Waterford’s petition to annex 14 acres it owns into the village from Unity Township had been filed with Columbiana County commissioners. more »»

Keeping her cool

May 9, 2016 Roma Macinga was staying cool while being fashionably color-coordinated at the 14th annual Clipper Invitational track and field meet Saturday. more »»

City officials balk at annexation idea

May 9, 2016 COLUMBIANA — City officials aren’t as quick to annex Fairfield Township property into the city this time aroun. more »»

Trustees preparing to place levy on ballot

May 9, 2016 FAIRFIELD TOWNSHIP — During Thursday’s township meeting trustees approved a resolution to have Fiscal Officer Pat Hoffmaster submit paperwork to prepare steps to place a road levy on the November... more »»

Leetonia students develop leadership skills

May 9, 2016 LEETONIA — A group of Leetonia students this year participated in a leadership program, presenting their results to the school board recently. more »»

Family not happy with housing violation given by the city

May 9, 2016 COLUMBIANA — A local family unhappy with a housing violation handed down to them by the city’s assistant building and zoning inspector brought their attorney before council this week to dispute the... more »»

Tire collection was a success

May 9, 2016 Over 250 tires were collected during a recent community cleanup in Madison Township. Shown is township fiscal officer Tiffany Chetock flanked by trustees Gary L. Williams, left, and Roger Walker. more »»

 
 

 

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