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Salem to post snow parking ban signs

February 12, 2016 SALEM — Salem officials have found another way to warn residents and visitors about the city’s snow parking ban — permanent signs to post along the main entry routes. more »»

Woman faces federal wire fraud charges

February 12, 2016 LISBON — A Hanoverton-area woman is facing federal charges for allegedly embezzling more than $600,000 from the trucking company where she once worked. more »»

Jailed suspect protests slow progress in meth lab case

February 12, 2016 LISBON — A man arrested following a meth house raid last August voiced his displeasure about how slow his case is progressing during a status conference before Columbiana County Common Pleas Court... more »»

Check out these stories in the Friday Salem News: Salem to post snow parking ban signs Woman faces federal wire fraud charges Jailed suspect protests slow progress in meth lab case

February 12, 2016 SALEM — Jennifer Burton is the administrator at Care4Me, a home health care provider located at 1285 E. Pidgeon Road that opened in Salem 18 months ago. more »»

Reading for a Salem K-9

February 11, 2016 Southeast School fifth grader Ethan Sielaff and Salem Police Lt. Donn Beeson read about Captain Underpants while raising funds for the Salem Police Department K-9 Fund. more »»

NW ceramics company closes doors

February 11, 2016 NEW WATERFORD — The American Pioneer Manufacturing company closed its doors effective Wednesday idling 20 people, founder and CEO Ulrich Honighausen said. more »»

Council member appointed

February 11, 2016 North Street resident Vito DiIullo is the newest member of Village Council after being chosen at this week’s meeting to fill a vacancy created with the election of Mayor Joe Moren. more »»

Damascus Fire Department seeks recruits

February 11, 2016 DAMASCUS — The Damascus Volunteer Fire Department continues to seek members. more »»

Art exhibit aims to help heal darkness of domestic violence

February 11, 2016 SALEM — An art exhibit to emote hope against the darkness of domestic violence will be open to the public from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Feb. 20 and 1 to 4 p.m. Feb. 21 at Courtyard Square in downtown Sale. more »»

Fighting winter

February 11, 2016 A Salem city plow truck works on clearing Second Street during the height of last night's snow storm. more »»

Crestview Band heads for Florida

February 11, 2016 With winter finally rearing its frigid head, members of the Crestview Marching Brigade bid it all farewell Wednesday. The band left for its first-ever trip to Disney World in Orlando, Fl. more »»

K-9 unit read-a-thon

February 11, 2016 From left, Southeast School fifth grade students Leiah Crowl, Tori Bennett, Ashley Crowe and Shelby Ellenberger make themselves comfortable during a read-a-thon to raise funds for the Salem Police... more »»

Need for tractor topic at Salem Twp. meeting

February 11, 2016 FRANKLIN SQUARE — Planning for spring, trustees had a lengthy discussion regarding either replacing the current tractor or continuing throwing “band aids” at it during Wednesday’s Salem Township... more »»

Tasty treats for Fat Tuesday at Salem Community Center

February 10, 2016 Perry Township Police Chief Mike Emigh gives his pheasant with stuffing and green beans casserole a stir after filling the plate of Salem resident Hugh Kells at the Fat Tuesday event at the Salem... more »»

Mayor: Tax change would hurt cities

February 10, 2016 Mayor John Berlin recently advised some city leaders about a state senate bill to prohibit municipalities from taxing workers who don’t live within their borders. more »»

Lisbon’s water shut off policy topic again at meeting

February 10, 2016 LISBON — The village’s policy for turning off water service to delinquent customers was again the topic of discussion at another Board of Public Affairs meeting, except this time the issue was raise... more »»

New Waterford to seek funds for 2nd phase of waterline project

February 10, 2016 NEW WATERFORD — Council approved seeking financing for the second phase of its water line project during Tuesday’s meeting. more »»

Columbiana OKs personnel items

February 10, 2016 COLUMBIANA — The Columbiana school board approved a number of personnel items during its meeting Tuesday: — Nahed Seder as head boys soccer coach for the 2016-17 school year. more »»

Goshen residents reminded of materials that can be recycled

February 10, 2016 GOSHEN TWP. — The township recycling coordinator is reminding residents what materials can be recycled. more »»

Perry trustees take no action on storage building

February 9, 2016 PERRY TWP. — Trustees took no action Monday on bids opened last month for construction of an equipment storage building for the road department. more »»



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