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Gold Medal Palooza brings Slider to Salem

August 14, 2016 The Gold Medal Palooza, sponsored by the Salem Public Library and the Salem Parks and Recreation Dept., was held Saturday at the Memorial Buildin. more »»

County Home complex being razed

August 14, 2016 LISBON — A company has formally been hired to tear down the County Home complex, but the work has already begun. more »»

Solicitor seeks higher fines for repeat building code offenders

August 14, 2016 LISBON—The village solicitor is being asked by the mayor to determine whether fines can be increased for landlords who continue to violate the building code after being cited. more »»

Health dpt. accreditation rule irks trustees

August 14, 2016 FAIRFIELD TOWNSHIP—It’s a mandatory accreditation of local health departments that is unfunded, trustees said in a letter to state Sen. Joe Schiavoni, state Rep. more »»

County Republicans speak to Trump at fundraiser

August 13, 2016 LISBON — Columbiana County Commissioner Mike Halleck and county Republican Party Chairman David Johnson came away impressed after meeting Donald Trump at a fundraiser held Monday in Canton. more »»

South Range opening before fair for 2nd year

August 13, 2016 BEAVER TWP. — For the second year in a row, South Range students will begin school before Labor Da. more »»

Rogers still hoping to add police coverage

August 13, 2016 ROGERS —The village is still exploring its options for bringing some sort of police presence back to town. more »»

New fire house addition will be complete in September

August 13, 2016 The addition to the Green Township Fire Department station house, some four years in planning, design and after a number of uneasy architectural episodes will be completed sometime in mid September,... more »»

K-9 Simon joins city police force

August 12, 2016 K-9 Simon sat quietly as Mayor John Berlin recited his ceremonial oath of office Thursday, but his tail was wagging as Ptl. Michael Garber pinned on his new badge as the city’s first-ever police do. more »»

Body ID’d as Weirton woman; considered homicide

August 12, 2016 LISBON — The name of the deceased woman found last week along a remote Wayne Township road has been released, along with a preliminary cause of death. more »»

Salem moves to require cleanup of meth labs

August 12, 2016 SALEM — The city is taking action to protect future tenants or property owners from possible health risks from clandestine drug labs by ensuring proper cleanup of the sites before they’re sold or... more »»

Leveled by fire, community support helps Angiuli’s Farm Market reopen next day

August 12, 2016 GREEN TWP. — The day after a fire leveled the Angiuli’s Farm Market and Greenhouse building, the store was up and running, Rita Anguili sai. more »»

Presentations at St. Paul to focus on miracles

August 12, 2016 SALEM — Believers, non-believers, skeptics, and anyone interested in seeking information about miracles can come and witness for themselves during one of three “You Shall Believe Ministries”... more »»

Lisbon mom asks school board to offer day care service

August 12, 2016 LISBON — A village mother asked the school board to consider getting into the day care business to fill a void that will be created when a local provider closes later this month. more »»

Gold Medal Palooza bringing Slider to Salem

August 11, 2016 The Gold Medal Palooza, sponsored by the Salem Public Library and the Salem Parks and Recreation Dept., will feature Slider, the mascot for the Cleveland Indians. more »»

Some marriages invalid because ministers don’t register properly

August 11, 2016 LISBON — The clerks in Columbiana County Probate Court are concerned about the number of recent marriages being invalid due to the failure of the person performing the ceremony to be registered. more »»

23 want seat on charter commission

August 11, 2016 LISBON —Twenty-three people will compete for the 15 seats on Salem’s proposed charter commission. more »»

The show will go on

August 11, 2016 SALEM — Some people use cell phones to make calls, play games or surf the web — Athena Nicholas used her phone to create an artistic collection of images that will now serve as her legacy for her... more »»

Salem Twp. officials meet with Hillcorp on road damage issue

August 11, 2016 FRANKLIN SQUARE — Trustee John Wilms advised the board that he and Road Supervisor Jason Entrikin met with a representative of Hilcorp Energy at the Grafton Road wellsite regarding a road use... more »»

Madison drum corps stops in Leetonia to practice

August 10, 2016 LEETONIA— Leetonia schools once again hosted a traveling drum corps, providing a place to practice for a group from Wisconsin Monday. The Madison Scouts from Madison, Wisc. more »»



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