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New Waterford to host its fishing tournament July 4

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NEW WATERFORD — The village is preparing for the Fourth of July fishing tournament. Times for that holiday event, which is a Sunday this year, are 8 to 9 a.m. for children and 9 to 10 a.m. for adults. The event is family centered with a live band and bounce house. Also during the ...

Retirements open spots in Goshen police, road crews

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GOSHEN TOWNSHIP — Two longtime employees are retiring, opening positions in the police and road departments. Trustees this week recognized Police Chief Steve McDaniel and road employee Randy Smith, who will be retiring in the coming months. McDaniel has served as the chief since 2009. He ...

Inaugural Antique in the Streets coming to Columbiana June 26

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COLUMBIANA — A local business owner is spearheading the inaugural Antique in the Streets event at 10 a.m. June 26 along Main Street. Shane Miller, owner of Olde Clutter’d Corner Antiques, hopes the event will increase traffic for local businesses. “There will be more than antiques ...

Land bank pilot program in Lisbon

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The Columbiana County Land Reutilization Corp. (Land Bank) is launching a pilot program with the Lisbon Landmark Foundation to help renovate buildings in the village’s historic downtown. Under terms of the agreement, the Land Bank will grant $10,000 to the Foundation to help it begin ...

LMC discloses no firm orders; announces global VP

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LORDSTOWN — Lordstown Motors Corp. in a regulatory filing Thursday disclosed it does not have any sort of firm purchase commitment for the battery-powered truck the startup expects to launch in September. It’s a reversal from statements earlier this week by company President Rich Schmidt, ...

Workhorse files complaint on USPS contract

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Electric-vehicle maker Workhorse Group is protesting the U.S. Postal Service’s decision to award a lucrative contract to build the mail carrier’s next-gen delivery truck to Wisconsin-based Oshkosh Defense. What’s contained in the bid protest complaint filed with the U.S. Federal Court ...