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7th annual NW fishing tournament set Monday

July 1, 2016 NEW WATERFORD — The village’s 7th annual fishing tournament will be held at the park Monday with registration beginning at 8:30 a.m. The event is free and open to the public. more »»

SR board OKs appropriations

July 1, 2016 BEAVER TWP. —The South Range school board met in special session Thursday morning to approve personnel and fiscal year end financial issues. The board approved final appropriations of $12,446,180. more »»

West Branch school board approves personnel actions

July 1, 2016 BELOIT—The West Branch school board Wednesday night approved administrative personnel actions. more »»


July 1, 2016 Palestinian kills Israeli girl, 13, sleeping in her bedroom JERUSALEM (AP) — A Palestinian youth sneaked into a fortified Jewish settlement in the West Bank on Thursday, broke into a home and... more »»

Work on ‘Boneshakers Timberlanes’ underway

June 30, 2016 SALEM — Boneshakers Timberlanes Complex, a new restaurant in the former Timberlanes Restaurant and Motor Inn facility, will hold a soft opening in the near future as it is currently training staff... more »»

Officials propose vacant property registration, fees

June 30, 2016 The days of letting a vacant building just sit there may be over in Salem, with the Rules & Ordinances Committee talking about starting a vacant property registration program. more »»

Violations on sign rule will bring fines

June 30, 2016 More than 30 days has passed since a letter was issued to downtown building owners telling them to remove wall signs for businesses no longer open, with a walk-through planned to see who followed... more »»

Dees to head KSU’s campuses in county

June 30, 2016 SALEM— Kent State University’s Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost Todd Diacon today announced that David Dees, Ph.D. more »»

Humtown Products producing replicas of presidential candidates

June 30, 2016 COLUMBIANA — A local business is bringing its own version of the 2016 presidential candidates to the Republican National Convention and first presidential debate. more »»

Lisbon schools ready to seek new tax

June 30, 2016 LISBON — The village school board is preparing to ask voters in the November election to pass a levy or an income tax to provide additional funding for the school district. more »»

11th Super Cruise judged success

June 30, 2016 SALEM — Without a final accounting for city overtime, Service-Safety Director Ken Kenst said there is still no tally on how the city made out during the 11th Salem Super Cruise earlier this month. more »»

Salem looking for new zoning officer

June 30, 2016 SALEM — The city is looking for a new full-time Planning & Zoning Officer after Zack Cowan notified the administration this week that he’s leaving for another job effective Aug. 1. more »»

'Go Wild(flowers) in the Park' presented at Waterworth Memorial Park

June 29, 2016 Richelle Slomer, park naturalist at Beaver Creek and Guilford Lake State parks, hold up the buds of one of the many summer wildflowers that can be found along the nature trail and throughout... more »»

Cost to pave Salem gateway streets set at $2.2M

June 29, 2016 SALEM — A tentative 2017 street repaving list submitted to the Streets, Alleys & Sidewalks Committee Tuesday night carried an estimated price tag of $2. more »»

Former teacher finally in prison for child sex

June 29, 2016 LISBON — The prison sentence imposed in March 2015 against a former substitute teacher who solicited sex from a 14-year-old girl, among other charges, was finally carried out after his appeal was... more »»

Crestview teacher named principal

June 29, 2016 COLUMBIANA — Long-time Crestview teacher Laura Nappi was named the new middle school principal and athletic director at Monday’s special meeting. more »»

Waterford to try again for utility grants

June 29, 2016 NEW WATERFORD — The finance committee gave informal approval to the village’s recalibrated plan to pursue grants on Tuesday after a low-to-moderate income study disqualified it from some money. more »»

Shale Tavern drawing

June 29, 2016 Mandy Mancuso of Leetonia is $43,512. richer minus taxes following the Queen of Hearts drawing at the Shale Tavern in Lisbon Tuesday. more »»

Columbiana Farmer's Market Health Fair

June 28, 2016 Sixty people visited the booths of 12 organizations at the annual Columbiana Farmer's Market Health Fair held Friday at the city library. more »»

Landsberger pleads guilty, beat man to death

June 28, 2016 LISBON — Daniel T. Landsberger has pleaded guilty to beating Quinn J. Wilson to death, dismembering him and disposing of his body in a wooded area along a country road. more »»



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