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Leetonia administrator: Electrical check worthwhile

November 7, 2015 LEETONIA— Village Administrator Gary Phillips Wednesday suggested village council reinstate an electrical preventative maintenance program that had been discontinued more than a decade ago. more »»

Yesteryears goes digital

November 6, 2015 SALEM — Anyone interested in Salem area history can now hit a few keys and immerse themselves in the pages of Yesteryears, a past historical publication of the Salem News available online through th... more »»

Columbiana won’t receive 911 calls from cellphones

November 6, 2015 LISBON — The Columbiana Police Department will no longer directly receive 911 calls made from cellphones come Jan. 1, following action taken Thursday by the Columbiana County 911 Advisory Committee. more »»

Fairfield trustees eye walking trail

November 6, 2015 FAIRFIELD TWP. — Trustees discussed using the 16 acres the township owns at its Fairfield School Road facility for a walking trail after Trustee Barry Miner brought it up during Thursday’s meeting. more »»

4 injured in crash

November 6, 2015 Tanya A. Barnhart, 30, of East Palestine was airlifted from Morris Airfield by STAT MedEvac to St. Elizabeth's Health Center in Youngstown following a two-car crash at state Route 14 and Macklin Road. more »»

Columbiana Council votes Liston to seat vacated by Schloneger

November 5, 2015 COLUMBIANA — Before election results had even been tallied, city council filled an empty seat Tuesday night. more »»

Incumbent keeps seat as Green Twp. trustee

November 5, 2015 Incumbent Green Township Trustee Dave Slagle defeated Jim Myers for the four-year seat during Tueday’s election. more »»

Hang on Quakers

November 5, 2015 Salem High School Pride of Salem Marching Band members from left, Casey Dickey, Given Warner, Zach Tungate and A.J. more »»

Officials to line up engineer for paving work

November 5, 2015 SALEM — Just one day after voters approved a .25 percent tax increase for street improvements, the job of lining up an engineer for next year’s massive $2.6 million paving project has already begun. more »»

Provisional ballots may change EL contests

November 5, 2015 LISBON — The general election may be over but there are still 462 outstanding ballots that may be counted. more »»

Projecting signs OK for downtown Salem

November 5, 2015 SALEM — An ordinance allowing for projecting signs in the city and requiring Design Review Board approval for sign designs in the C3 downtown central zoning district gained final approval Wednesday. more »»

Leetonia council hires Green Twp. zoning inspector for village

November 5, 2015 LEETONIA— Village Council Wednesday night selected a neighbor as its new zoning inspector. William Pitts of Green Township will assume the role at an annual salary of $11,025 effective immediately. more »»

No discipline for EP teacher in texting flap

November 5, 2015 EAST PALESTINE — The village school district will not be disciplining a teacher whose personal text messages showed up on a classroom iPad last week. more »»

2nd lawsuit filed against Chesapeake over royalties

November 5, 2015 LISBON —A second class action lawsuit has been filed by local property owners against Chesapeake Energy Corp., claiming royalties are being underpaid on the actual production of wells in the area. more »»

Election Day illumination

November 4, 2015 Cast in an amber hue thrown from a setting sun, two voters complete their ballots in Salem’s 3-D Precinct at Donnell Ford, 152 Continental Drive, just after 5 p.m. Tuesday. more »»

Voters pave way for better streets

November 4, 2015 SALEM — Salem streets won’t be paved in gold, but voters gave them a boost Tuesday night by saying yes to a .25 percent increase in the city income tax. The additional funds, an expected $. more »»

Baronzzi Dickey retained; Goll will join council

November 4, 2015 SALEM — Fourth Ward Councilwoman Cyndi Baronzzi Dickey is staying put, but she will have a new counterpart in the Third Ward when Independent Councilman-elect Geoff Goll takes his seat in January. more »»

Beck, Bailey, Moffett voted on Salem BOE

November 4, 2015 SALEM — City school board incumbent Angela Beck earned the top vote-getter honor Tuesday night, winning one of three spots on the board, along with fellow incumbent Steve Bailey and newcomer Doug... more »»

Columbiana County Election results

November 4, 2015 Cities and Villages Columbiana City Council, 3-to-elect Crystal Boggs 997 Richard Liston Jr. more »»

Salem District voters approve renewal emergency operating levy for 10 years

November 4, 2015 By MARY ANN GREIER Staff Writer SALEM — Salem school district voters agreed to renew a 4.3-mill emergency operating levy for a longer period of time Tuesday. more »»



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