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Washingtonville council hears estimate for High Street paving

May 5, 2015 WASHINGTONVILLE — Councilman Al Vignon read an estimate from R.T. Vernal Paving and Excavating to pave High Street during Monday’s meetin. more »»

Zoning board OKs 3-inch variances

May 5, 2015 SALEM — The city Board of Zoning Appeals agreed Monday to grant two side yard variances of a little more than 3 inches each for Joe Koch Construction to build a home on Orchard Bend Drive. more »»

Taking a dip of sorts for a great cause

May 4, 2015 The Salem Council of UCT #590 teamed up with the ROC of Salem Youth Center on a community service project Saturday at Centennial Park in Salem. more »»

Land bank lining up homes for demolition

May 4, 2015 LISBON — The Columbiana County land bank has acquired enough homes for demolition to meet the initial deadline needed to continue qualifying for $1.1 million in federal funding. more »»

Farmer’s Market open for business in Salem

May 4, 2015 SALEM — The Salem Farmer’s Market kicked off another growing season Saturday at a new spot behind Courtyard Square, just off of Lincoln Avenue and Pershing Street. more »»

Court clears way for park district to acquire land

May 4, 2015 LISBON — A court ruling clears the way for the Columbiana County Park District to acquire 1.7 acres located in town along the Middle Fork of the Little Beaver Creek. more »»

Sports staff, Creer earn Associated Press awards

May 4, 2015 The Salem News received two awards Sunday during the annual Associated Press banquet in Columbus. more »»

Singing the praises of springtime

May 3, 2015 Members of the Kent State Salem CommUniversity Choir presented a free annual concert called “The Spirit of the Spring” Saturday at the Kent State University City Center auditorium. more »»

Armed robber thwarted

May 3, 2015 LISBON — A woman in her 50s who allegedly chose to rob the local Family Dollar at gunpoint Sunday night ended up being the one in need of medical attention. more »»

Passage of replacement police levy sought

May 3, 2015 PERRY TOWNSHIP — Perry Township trustees are asking voters to continue their support of the police department by giving a little more for the 1. more »»

If approved, over half of levies will increase taxes

May 3, 2015 LISBON — More than half the levies on the ballot in Tuesday’s primary election will raise property taxes if approved by voters. There are 11 levies on the ballot, five of which are renewals. more »»

Much needed improvements made at plant

May 3, 2015 NEW WATERFORD — There's a saying: "What looks good tends to runs good. more »»

Springtime comes to Columbiana

May 2, 2015 Area residents participated in the annual Springtime in Columbiana event Friday. more »»

Drug overdoses up, still below state average

May 2, 2015 LISBON — The average number of drug overdose deaths in Columbiana County is slightly below the statewide average, but the number is increasing. more »»

Sales tax on for renewal

May 2, 2015 LISBON — Thank heavens for the county sales taxes! Although Columbiana County commissioners have never put it exactly that way, they undoubtedly agree. more »»

Butler Township asking to keep roads good

May 2, 2015 BUTLER TOWNSHIP— Trustees are again asking for additional taxes for maintenance and equipment to sustain the current condition of the roads. Township officials are proposing an additional 1. more »»

Columbiana church marking 150th anniversary

May 2, 2015 COLUMBIANA – Special services for the First Presbyterian Church’s 150th anniversary will begin this weekend, but the celebration will last well through the year. more »»

SR 165 road work

May 2, 2015 GOSHEN TOWNSHIP— Beginning Monday and continuing through Friday, state Route 165 will be closed between Seacrest and Duck Creek roads for a culvert replacement by the Ohio Department of... more »»

Elkrun Township residents to decide on renewal levies

May 2, 2015 ELKTON – Elkrun Township residents are being asked to renew three levies on the May 5 primary election ballot. The renewals are for the fire and road departments and will not result in a tax increase. more »»

Salem Day of Prayer

May 1, 2015 Salem Mayor John Berlin holds a proclamation declaring May 7 as a day of prayer throughout the cit. more »»

 
 

 

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