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Road rage standoff reported

April 10, 2014 COLUMBIANA — An apparent road rage incident turned into a brief weapon standoff between two men Tuesday. No charges were filed. more »»

Lisbon school board promotes Siefke to superintendent

April 10, 2014 LISBON — The Lisbon school board decided to stay in-house when choosing a new superintendent, naming junior-senior high school Principal Joe Siefke to the positio. more »»

Project WET teaches water management

April 10, 2014 SALEM — City water customers can expect a message next month from Hagly the Hippo regarding storm water management and ways to protect local streams from contamination. more »»

Trustees seek lot survey at Franklin Square cemetery

April 10, 2014 FRANKLIN SQUARE — Salem Township trustees said they want a survey of the Franklin Square cemetery for new lot. more »»

Perry spring cleanup under way

April 10, 2014 PERRY TWP. more »»

United Local holds evacuation drill

April 9, 2014 HANOVERTON— United Local students and staff Tuesday morning got a lesson in the unexpected. more »»

Local company formed to handle wellsite safety

April 9, 2014 SALEM — Locally owned and operated and looking for local employee, Utica Safety Team LLC was formed earlier this month as a company providing gateway services to the oil and gas drilling companies,... more »»

New Waterford eyes Amish buggy signs

April 9, 2014 NEW WATERFORD — Council discussed placing warning signs at village entrances to alert motorists that Amish buggies are on the roads. more »»

Salem man arrested in knifepoint robbery

April 8, 2014 SALEM — A Salem man is facing an aggravated robbery charge after allegedly trying to rob a couple at knife point Monday morning near Sparkle Market, while a Youngstown man found later at his... more »»

GPS unit approved for utility work

April 8, 2014 WASHINGTONVILLE — Council approved purchasing a GPS data collection unit for the water and sewer department through a matching Ohio Mid-Eastern Government Municipal Association grant program on... more »»

Sebring board buys out superintendent

April 8, 2014 SEBRING— Embattled Sebring Schools Superintendent Christopher Lewis has accepted a buyout of the final year of his contract. more »»

Goshen Twp. caregiver charged with stealing checks from client

April 8, 2014 GOSHEN TWP. — A township woman has been charged with felony theft and forgery after allegedly stealing checks from a disabled woman for whom she was caring. Ashley A. more »»

Walkin’ on sunshine

April 7, 2014 Taking in the sunshine and enjoying the feeling of warmth in the air as they navigate the sidewalks in Columbiana are Tatum Schneidmiller with her 2-year-old daughter, Kaseea, and Brittnie Lee and... more »»

Commissioner keeps eye on shale development

April 7, 2014 COLUMBIANA— Columbiana County Commissioner Tim Weigle is keeping his eyes on the state’s severance tax legislation and a bird’s eye view on the Utica Shale development under way in the county. more »»

West Branch levy meetings slated

April 7, 2014 BELOIT— West Branch residents will have three opportunities to learn about the proposed income tax levy before the May election. Informational meetings are slated for 6:30 p.m. more »»

Big Reach Center of Hope celebrating 10th anniversary

April 7, 2014 GREENFORD— The Big Reach Center of Hope this month marks 10 years of giving the community a helping hand. more »»

Gas, oil digital documents may need redone

April 7, 2014 LISBON — Up to 25 percent of the mortgages, deeds and leases Chesapeake Exploration paid to have converted into a digital format may need to be redone, according to Columbiana County Recorder Theres... more »»

Funds from proposed bill could push Route 30 project

April 7, 2014 LISBON — Local officials are hoping a proposed bill might provide a way to generate enough money to help move the U.S. Route 30 project forward. more »»

Columbiana pool fees could increase

April 7, 2014 COLUMBIANA — City pool users could be paying higher fees this year if a recommendation from the park board passes council. more »»



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