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Crestview school board approves union contracts

June 12, 2015 COLUMBIANA — Crestview’s board of education approved new three-year contracts with both the teachers and support staff unions at Wednesday’s meetin. more »»

Lisbon council chooses supplier for aggregate

June 12, 2015 LISBON — Legislation giving residents the option of signing up with a natural gas supplier through a village-sanctioned program was approved on third and final reading during this week’s council... more »»

Rockin’ at the Range

June 11, 2015 The South Range seventh-grade class recently hosted the middle school’s annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Wax Museum. The project was a collaborative curriculum of language arts and art. more »»

Police chief recommending K-9 unit

June 11, 2015 SALEM—Starting a K-9 unit with two dogs and two handlers is the next step for moving the Salem Police Department forward in the fight against drugs and crime, Chief J.T. Panezott said. more »»

Salem, Leetonia getting CDBG funds

June 11, 2015 LISBON — Projects in Salem, Leetonia, Middleton Township and Washingtonville will be funded by Columbiana County commissioners with money from their 2016 federal Community Development Block Grant... more »»

Mobile Meals of Salem celebrating 40th year

June 11, 2015 Mobile Meals of Salem will be celebrating 40 years of providing nutritious meals to the aged, convalescent, handicapped and others who are unable to prepare adequate meals for themselves. more »»

South Range seventh graders cap rock project

June 11, 2015 BEAVER TOWNSHIP— As the school year winds down and the impending summer calls out, students have a hard time focusing on their learning. more »»

Equipment break causes Salem power outages

June 11, 2015 SALEM — A broken cross arm on a utility pole in the area of Franklin Street and Lincoln Avenue resulted in a power outage late Wednesday afternoon for 576 Ohio Edison customers which included homes... more »»

Road levy renewal up in Salem Twp.

June 11, 2015 FRANKLIN SQUARE - Trustees approved a resolution to place a 0.9-mill road levy renewal on the November ballot during Wednesday’s meeting. more »»

Former Marine pays homage to WWII veterans

June 11, 2015 Former U.S. Marine John Oana, seated, wanted to honor World War II veterans so he designed, built and assembled all the U.S. Army unit patches from the war into a single, detailed presentatio. more »»

Rogers councilman wants to resurrect income tax

June 11, 2015 ROGERS — At least one village councilman wants to resurrect the idea of having a village income tax. more »»

Promoting National Garden Week

June 10, 2015 The Damascus Garden Club is among clubs throughout Ohio promoting National Garden Week as shown by the banner on display at state Route 534 in Damascus, just off state Route 62. more »»

Love flowing in Salem

June 10, 2015 SALEM—Why do people love Salem? Let the Salem Area Chamber of Commerce count the ways, or in this case, list the reasons — 50 of them, in no particular order. more »»

Udderly Smooth makers honored

June 10, 2015 SALEM—Redex Industries Inc., makers of Udderly Smooth skin care products, was awarded the 2015 Northern Ohio Jeffrey Butland Family-Owned Business Award by the U.S. Small Business Administration. more »»

CDBG funds headed to Damascus drainage

June 10, 2015 GOSHEN TOWNSHIP— The township has secured funding to address storm drainage in Damascu. more »»

3D printer at Columbiana HS generating high student interest

June 10, 2015 COLUMBIANA — Technology provided to the high school through state funding this past school year should generate more interest among students toward the technology and engineering fields, school... more »»

New Waterford names village administrator

June 10, 2015 NEW WATERFORD - Council approved the hiring of Jason Gorby as the new village administrator with a unanimous vote on Tuesday. more »»

Lisbon council turns attention to geese at Willow Grove Park

June 10, 2015 LISBON — Satisfied with the progress being made at improving the Sadie Van Fossan swimming pool/park complex, officials are turning their attention to the village’s other park, starting with problem... more »»

Forever Safe: Forever fun

June 9, 2015 SALEM - The entry list is building quickly for the Forever Safe Farm second annual Camel Crawl Mud Run on July 11. The mud run starts at 10 a.m. more »»

Council members talk tax revenue hike

June 9, 2015 SALEM—City council members tossed around a number of scenarios and questions related to increasing tax revenue for street projects and a police K-9 unit, but made no decisions Monday. more »»



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