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It’s likely either Gallo or Morenz will be next Lisbon mayor

April 27, 2015 LISBON — The one thing the two candidates for Lisbon mayor agree on is the village’s next mayor needs to be more proactive. more »»

Green Township announces recyling opportunities

April 27, 2015 GREENFORD — Three recycling events are planned for Green Township residents in May and June, according to Recycling Coordinator Janet Schaffer. more »»

Teacher presents proposal for DI program

April 27, 2015 LEETONIA — An elementary teacher made a plea for start up support for a Destination Imagination program at Leetonia schools, with an eye on making it self-supporting. more »»

West Branch BOE acts on retirements

April 27, 2015 BELOIT — The West Branch school board Thursday night accepted two teacher retirments. more »»

Aaarh and ahoy there, matey!

April 26, 2015 Six-year-old Selma Newcomb of Leetonia puts on her best pirate face during a children’s storyteller program presented Saturday at the Leetonia Public Library. more »»

South Range Schools levy on May 5 ballot

April 26, 2015 BEAVER TOWNSHIP — South Range Local residents will be deciding on a new money levy on May 5 to help battle a bulging operating deficit predicted to begin in less than two years. more »»

New boats, motors will be available at Salem Reservoir

April 26, 2015 SALEM — With new boats and motors due for delivery the Salem Reservoir will be a little more user friendly to boaters and fishermen this season. more »»

Lisbon moves forward on gas aggregation program

April 26, 2015 LISBON — Village Council has finally decided on a company to help find a natural gas supplier to provide a locked-in rate for residents who choose to participate in the program. more »»

Kindergarten registration set next week

April 25, 2015 Salem Buckeye Elementary kindergarten teachers from left, Kary Welker, Lisa Miller and Mindy Hiltbrand promote kindergarten registration for the 2015-2016 school year, encouraging all families with... more »»

Dickey: Need to look at maintenance rules

April 25, 2015 Councilwoman Cyndi Baronzzi Dickey wants to look at the city’s ordinances related to buildings when the Rules & Ordinances Committee meets again. “We are an old tow. more »»

Chief: Don’t need K-9 for department

April 25, 2015 The city will likely continue participation on the Columbiana County Drug Task Force (DTF), but there is no need for a K-9 unit for the local department. more »»

New owners mark grand opening at Salem Sears

April 25, 2015 SALEM — Area residents are invited to join a new ownership celebration today at the Sears Hometown store in the Salem Plaza where they can enjoy snacks and an extra 10 percent off purchases of most... more »»

Volunteer group to help with Lisbon park

April 25, 2015 LISBON — Village Council has given its approval for the creation of a Friends of the Park group to help maintain the park. more »»

Police chief warns of phone, email scams

April 25, 2015 SALEM — Salem Police Chief J.T. Panezott is reminding residents once again to be leery of phone calls and emails asking for personal information, money or access to a home compute. more »»

South Range board member sworn in for second time

April 25, 2015 BEAVER TOWNSHIP — The South Range school board on Friday morning swore in its new school board member for the second time. more »»

Swinging into spring

April 24, 2015 Three-year-old Gabrielle Altenhof of Greenford is all smiles as she floats through the cool spring air while swinging at Guilford Lake. more »»

Former bookstore condemned

April 24, 2015 SALEM — The Salem Fire Department has condemned another downtown building on East State Street, issuing an order for Meg Soltis to either rehab or raze the former Cheshire Booksellers in 30 day. more »»

House budget bill would kick in more for public defenders

April 24, 2015 LISBON — Ohio counties could receive more state funding to help offset the cost of providing public defender services to poor people charged with crimes. more »»

CCBDD transitioning workshops to control of non-profit board

April 24, 2015 LISBON — Although few details are being released, the Columbiana County Board of Developmental Disabilities is beginning the process of transitioning from operating EDI-South themselves to... more »»



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