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SOD Center adds new computer lab

SALEM — In an effort to accommodate even more of Salem’s workforce, The Sustainable Opportunity Development Center has added a new computer lab that boasts 15 new laptops, with new computer-aided courses being scheduled. Whether it’s connecting businesses to necessary resources, or ...

Overtime thriller in Salem

It was a good night to be a Warrior on Saturday as West Branch came from behind to defeat Salem 43-42 in overtime at Sebo Stadium. The win propelled the Warriors to a top seed in the playoffs and a 10-0 regular season. For more on the game, see sports. (Salem News photo by Michael Burich)

Teen bicyclist killed in hit and run

LISBON — A Salineville man remains in Columbiana County Jail Sunday afternoon, after allegedly striking and killing a teenage bicyclist. Donald E. White, 64, was arrested at his home on charges of aggravated vehicular homicide and leaving the scene, both third-degree felony charges, after ...

Five vie for four seats in Washingtonville

WASHINGTONVILLE — Five candidates are running for four seats on village council. Incumbents include Herman C. Frank lll, Peggy S. Frank and Al Vignon, joined on the ballot by Jim Smith and Leo Slagel. Peggy S. Frank has held numerous offices while working for the President of the American ...

Salem Trail of Treats

Dozens of local businesses and agencies participated in the Trail of Treats in Sunday Salem. The Salem Public Library sponsored a costume contest. Due to the rain, organizers scrapped the original plan of holding the trunk and treat event and Halloween costume contest outside in Waterworth ...

EP police growing beards for fundraiser

EAST PALESTINE — Members at the East Palestine Police Department are putting down their razors for a good cause. Officers and department employees are participating in a No Shave November fundraiser Oct. 31 until Dec. 4. Police Chief James Brown permits officers and other department ...