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Holiday Inn now set to open June 4

May 27, 2015 SALEM — The Holiday Inn Express has pushed its opening day back to June 4, according to Brock Hunt, director of franchise relations for the Forza Group that owns the hote. more »»

Columbiana: Signal changes back up traffic

May 27, 2015 COLUMBIANA – Changes to a traffic signal on Seventh Street that ironically were targeted to ease traffic are causing major backups, Dennis Moeller of the St. Jude Parish said. more »»

Crestview students may get chance to join Sojourn to Past program

May 27, 2015 NEW WATERFORD — Some Crestview juniors and seniors may have an opportunity to participate in the Sojourn to the Past program. more »»

Memorial Day: ‘Freedom is not free’

May 26, 2015 SALEM — Take time to thank a veteran and pay proper respect to all those who gave their lives to preserve our freedom. Dr. more »»

Honoring a fallen hero

May 26, 2015 Medal of honor recipient Ralph Dias who died serving his country in Vietnam was remembered on Memorial Day. more »»

Playing respects on a most somber day

May 26, 2015 Leetonia held its annual Memorial Day ceremony Monday. A parade began at the high school and proceeded to Wick Park where a service was held. more »»

Top speller off to bee near D.C.

May 26, 2015 EAST LIVERPOOL — Most students throughout the area will be wrapping up their school year this week, but Vince Hoppel will have a much larger task ahead of him. more »»

Crews ready to take to the county roads

May 26, 2015 LISBON — The Columbiana County Engineer’s Office will resurface nearly 145 miles of road this summer, 18 more miles than 2014. more »»

Speaker delivers heartfelt words during Lisbon service

May 26, 2015 LISBON — Capt. Angie Serrao spoke in Lisbon’s Memorial Day festivities in the Lisbon Cemetery. more »»

Burchfield Homestead Museum opens this weekend

May 26, 2015 SALEM —  The childhood home of famed watercolorist and Salem native son Charles E. Burchfield kicks off its summer opening this weekend from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. more »»

Rite of passage

May 25, 2015 Salem High School graduates perform their last act together as the Class of 2015 in what has become a time-honored tradition for each graduation class. The ceremony was held Sunday. more »»

New policy: Break law, get jail stay

May 25, 2015 LISBON — A new policy going into effect next month will likely result in an overnight stay in the Columbiana County Jail for everyone who gets arrested, regardless of the offense. more »»

Body found at fire site

May 24, 2015 By MARY ANN GREIER Staff Writer Investigators aren’t releasing much information about a fire which destroyed a Lisbon-Canfield Road farm house or a person found dead on the property late Friday/earl... more »»

Panel completes city infrastructure report

May 24, 2015 SALEM — A subcommittee charged with studying the city’s infrastructure needs and coming up with projects to improve those basics, including streets, issued its findings this past week. more »»

Tea time in Salem

May 24, 2015 From left, Salem resident Jody McCracken, her daughter Angela with her doll Isabel and Angela Nestic get into the spirit with their lovely hats at “A Doll’s Tea Party” at Courtyard Square on East... more »»

Honored Quaker

May 24, 2015 Dr. more »»

Angels donates dog kennel to Columbiana Police Dept.

May 24, 2015 COLUMBIANA — A jail cell at the city’s police department will no longer be occupied by dogs. A temporary dog kennel was donated to the city by Angels for Animals this week. more »»

United BOE approves 5-year forecast update

May 24, 2015 HANOVERTON — The United school board Wednesday night approved an update to its five-year financial forecast. more »»

Lisbon to boost parking fine to $10

May 24, 2015 LISBON — Parking meter violators will pay more come July after Village Council put the finishing touches on legislation raising fines from $6 to $10. more »»

Leetonia school board OKs new contracts

May 24, 2015 LEETONIA — The Leetonia school board Thursday night approved multiple personnel actions, including new contracts for four administrators. more »»



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