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Fall fun in Leetonia

Vendors, local artists and residents gathered Saturday morning for the Leetonia Fall Festival. Artist Ron Moore Jr. donated a drawing to be raffled off with proceeds benefiting the Splash Pad fund. Community members Missy Cooper, Christina Capaldi, Tara Moffatt and Courtney Branch put the ...

History, ghost stories and folklore on tap in Salem

SALEM — Local residents can learn a little history of Salem, hear ghost stories and local folklore and help a good cause during the Eyes for Olivia 2021 History Walk on Sunday at Waterworth Memorial Park. There’s a new twist for the event this year. Visitors can pick up a booklet and ...

Ales for Tails to raise funds for Columbiana dog park

COLUMBIANA — Twelve local breweries are ready to serve some ales for the local canine residents. Local resident Sean Zentner has worked closely with Birdfish Brewing Company, Sitler the Printer, iSynergy and Firestone Homestead President Tom Mackall to introduce Columbiana Craft Beerfest ...

Columbiana County commissioners approve vacation of St. Clair Twp. road

LISBON — The request to vacate a residential street, Fisher Avenue Extension, in St. Clair Township was approved on Wednesday by the Columbiana County Commissioners. During a public hearing on the road vacation, David Dawson and Bert Dawson, both residents of the street and former ...

Boys Scout Troop 22 to build flower beds around village sign

NEW WATERFORD— Boy Scout Troop 22 asked for council’s approval to build flower beds around the village welcome sign and Presbyterian Church bell monument during council Sept. 7. The project will begin in October with a completion goal set for March. In other news, contractors will ...

Land value at heart of bike trail court case in Green Township

Mill Creek MetroParks’ effort to use eminent domain to acquire land along a former railroad bed in Green Township for a bike and hike trail has led to a long list of filings over nearly three years involving the property of Michael and Barbara Cameron. The case began Nov. 20, 2018, when ...