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Commissioners OK $25K more for defenders

January 2, 2015 LISBON — The non-profit corporation that provides free legal services to poor people charged with crimes will receive an additional $25,000 funding from Columbiana County commissioner. more »»

Salem voters to decide on officials

January 2, 2015 SALEM —With the new year, residents get to decide who represents each of the four city wards and who serves the city as mayor, auditor and law director beginning Jan. 1, 2016. more »»

West point landfill update set for Monday

January 2, 2015 WEST POINT — A local group looking to block a landfill’s expansion in Madison Township will hold another meeting as the new year kicks off. more »»

Christmas trees can be reused as fish habitat

January 2, 2015 The Mahoning County Green Team, in cooperation with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, is again collecting old Christmas trees to be reused as natural fish habitat at area lakes. more »»

Commissioners replace member of water board

January 2, 2015 LISBON — For the second time in recent weeks Columbiana County commissioners decided to replace an incumbent board member. more »»

New ODNR horizontal drilling permits decline to 5

January 2, 2015 SALEM — The Ohio Department of Natural Resources issued five new horizontal drilling permits for the week ending Dec. more »»

Green trustees raise cemetery fees by $100

January 2, 2015 GREENFORD — Trustee George Toy was elected chairman of the Greenford Township trustee board for 2015 during a reorganizational meeting on Tuesday. Trustee Mark Stepuk was elected vice chairman. more »»

Buckeyes, ‘Bama clash tonight

January 1, 2015 Ohio State sophomore tailback Ezekiel Elliott, shown rushing against Michigan in the regular season finale, will be among players in the spotlight tonight when the fourth-ranked Buckeyes face... more »»

Firefighter facing multiple charges

January 1, 2015 GOSHEN TOWNSHIP—An Alliance firefighter has been charged with 17 felony charges after allegedly video recording a nude female juvenile at his Goshen Township home in February 2014. Douglas M. more »»

Council approved 80 pieces of legislation in 2014

January 1, 2015 SALEM—City council approved 80 pieces of legislation in 2014, covering everything from creating a new law allowing indoor shooting ranges to borrowing money from utilities to buy a new fire truck. more »»

Cervical cancer survivor spreads awareness

December 31, 2014 By MARY ANN GREIER Staff Writer SALEM — Before Nov. 18, 2013, Salem resident Jessica Butler knew nothing about cervical cancer. more »»

New emergency siren installed, tested

December 31, 2014 The emergency alert sirens are sounding again in Salem. more »»

Mayor hopes to move forward on upgrades

December 31, 2014 The village has laid the groundwork for infrastructure upgrades that Mayor Shane Patrone hopes will begin moving forward this spring. more »»

Two charged in Firestone Mansion arson

December 31, 2014 Staff Reports YOUNGSTOWN — Two 20-year-olds are facing arrest in connection with an October fire that destroyed a historic mansion on Lipply Road. more »»

Police bust major EP pot cultivation site

December 30, 2014 EAST PALESTINE — A detailed drug investigation led village police to the largest marijuana seizure in the department’s recent history last weekend. more »»

Berlin wants to continue work in 2nd term

December 30, 2014 Mayor John Berlin said Monday he’s running for re-election. more »»

Troopers to be out in force for New Year’s

December 30, 2014 LISBON — New Year's is a time for celebration with friends and family. However, when alcohol is thrown into the mix, a joyous occasion can quickly turn tragi. more »»

Salem Twp. blast probed

December 30, 2014 FRANKLIN SQUARE — Salem Township Constable Dan Valentine said an explosion he heard just before midnight on Saturday sounded like the ones reported in the township last summer. more »»

Calcutta crash

December 30, 2014 The highway patrol, including trooper Craig Monte, is investigating this accident in Calcutta Monday afternoon in which East Liverpool resident Sara Bricker struck a directional sign and this... more »»

Salem health board OKs food service fees

December 30, 2014 SALEM — The city health board recently gave final approval to food service fees for next year, with vendors set to pay a little less for their 2015 licenses. more »»

 
 
 

 

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