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SHS commencement will be thrice as nice for this family

SALEM — The Ziegler family has been planning for this weekend for 18 years. Triplets Ian, Lucas and Caleb Ziegler will be graduating from Salem High School on Sunday. “It’s crazy to think we’re here 18 years later,” Lucas said. “It was a miracle for my parents. I think they’re ...

County man held on threats to school

VIENNA — A New Waterford man is being held without bond in Trumbull County jail on charges of inducing panic and making terroristic threats to a Vienna aeronautics school. Christian Blymiller, 18, of Waterford Road, New Waterford in Columbiana County, appeared before Judge Jeffrey Adler ...

CCCTC to launch police academy this fall

LISBON – The Columbiana County Career and Technical Center is looking to address local police staffing shortages by offering a police academy as an adult education offering starting this fall. Officers from across the county were invited to a breakfast meeting about the new program Thursday ...

Blood evidence in delayed investigation discussed in trial

YOUNGSTOWN — More than a year after Glenna J. White, 16, disappeared after Robert L. Moore drove her from a Smith Township home near Alliance, a Smith Township police officer was alerted that his department should take over the investigation. Sgt. George Starr, a sergeant with the Smith ...

East Palestine street fair kicks off

The ferris wheel spins the first night of the East Palestine street fair where many gathered Wednesday to eat fair food and enjoy rides.

Commissioners approve 4 projects for CBDG funds

LISBON — Columbiana County Commissioners approved $392,000 for Community Development Block Grant projects for Salem, Leetonia, Salineville and Columbiana on Wednesday. Salem’s $100,000 request by Service Safety Director Joe Cappuzzollo was approved. The $299,787 project will ...