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Commissioners set hearing on transportation district

April 8, 2016 LISBON — Columbiana County commissioners took a moment during this week’s meeting to talk about an upcoming public hearing that was only previously mentioned in a legal advertisement they ran in the... more »»

Columbiana EMS pay scale debated

April 8, 2016 COLUMBIANA — An effort to recruit new hires and grant pay raises in a different way for the city’s EMS and Safety Department took one step forward Tuesday, but not without pullback from council and... more »»

Kasich touts progress in Ohio State of State

April 7, 2016 By JACKIE RUNION Special to the Salem News MARIETTA — Highlighting everything from College Credit Plus to the state’s ongoing battle against drug addiction, Ohio Gov. more »»

Salem council exploring charter territory

April 7, 2016 SALEM — City Council’s Committee of the Whole will meet at 5:30 p.m. May 9 in council chambers to learn about the process of forming a charter government. more »»

Village ready to pick new police chief

April 7, 2016 The village remains without an official police chief following Wednesday's village council meeting, but is getting closer. more »»

Changes at Salem Fire Department

April 7, 2016 Salem’s newest Firefighter Jon Straney, of New Waterford, stands with his brother, Perry Township Police Ptl. more »»

Columbiana mayor questions EMS position

April 7, 2016 COLUMBIANA — A city employee recently hired for the same position in the village of Leetonia creates a conflict of interest, Mayor Bryan Blakeman said Tuesday. more »»

Anglers can return to Rainbow Lakes

April 7, 2016 LEETONIA — Rainbow Lakes opened on April 2 for its 38th season and is under the management Sherry and Sam Jennings. more »»

Art show in Lisbon

April 6, 2016 An art show at David Anderson High School will be presented during the High School Musical production on Friday through Sunday in the auditorium lobby. more »»

Council OKs putting street work out for bids

April 6, 2016 No discussion took place Tuesday when city council authorized advertising for bids and entering into contracts for this summer’s estimated $3 million citywide street paving project. more »»

Aarrow Disposal officials question trash talk in council

April 6, 2016 Two representatives of Salem-based Aarrow Disposal addressed city council Tuesday, asking why the city was looking at going to a single trash hauler to serve residents. more »»

Goshen man pleads guilty to taping nude girl at home

April 6, 2016 YOUNGSTOWN— A Goshen Township man accused of videotaping a nude female juvenile has changed his plea in the case. Douglas M. more »»

Washington Twp. road levy passes in official tally

April 6, 2016 LISBON —A Washington Township levy that ended tied on election night now appears to have passed after provisional ballots were added to the mix. The new . more »»

Cold coach

April 6, 2016 This is a fairly common sight during the early portion of the spring as cold weather often greets local athletes and their coaches, including Lisbon assistant softball coach Katy Crismon. more »»

ESC to open Training Center store in North Lima

April 6, 2016 EAST PALESTINE — A grand opening will be held this weekend in North Lima for the Transition Training Center, Columbiana County Educational Service Center Superintendent Anna Marie Vaughn told East... more »»

United Local honored by state for clean audit

April 6, 2016 HANOVERTON— United Local recently received the Auditor of State Award for fiscal year 2015, showing the strong commitment to financial integrity held by district employees, according to Treasurer... more »»

Columbiana to buy home to add space for fire dept.

April 6, 2016 COLUMBIANA — The city is looking to pay $45,000 and closing costs to purchase a home on West Friend Street so that the fire department can have more room for operations. more »»

Washingtonville council seeks wastewater grant

April 6, 2016 WASHINGTONVILLE — Village council approved a request by Utilities Superintendent Brian Gudat to apply for a Community Development Block Grant for the wastewater treatment plant during Monday’s... more »»

Fly over

April 5, 2016 Two Canada Geese take flight over the Lipply Road eagles' nest at sunset as one of the adults sits in the nest, presumably on the egg or eggs of this year's offspring. more »»

Officials back raise for electrician

April 5, 2016 A wage increase has been recommended for the city electrician position held by Mike Bibbee, who’s been with the city more than 20 years. more »»

 
 

 

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