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Voters turned out some council incumbents

November 4, 2015 LISBON — Voters in some communities decided in Tuesday’s election they wanted new faces on their councils, according to unofficial results from the county elections board. more »»

Amy White to remain on South Range school board

November 4, 2015 BEAVER TOWNSHIP— Amy White will remain on the South Range school board and will be joined by Corey Yoakam for the two full-term seats, while John E. more »»

Butler Twp. trustee, fiscal officer races contested

November 3, 2015 BUTLER TWP. — Residents will have to decide between two candidates each for trustee and fiscal officer Nov. 3. more »»

Showdown over Lisbon zoning rules coming

November 3, 2015 LISBON — Another showdown over the village’s zoning regulations is on the way after the zoning board denied a request to hang perpendicular business signs from the historic Hamilton Building. more »»

Lisbon on parade

November 3, 2015 One-year-old Korbyn and Karson Frantz, 4, of East Liverpool, dressed as Raggedy Ann and Andy, attended the annual Halloween parade in Lisbon Saturday. more »»

Vandals strike at West Branch during game

November 3, 2015 BELOIT— Police are investigating vandalism that occurred at West Branch High School during Friday night's Salem-West Branch varsity football game. more »»

35% voter turnout seen

November 3, 2015 LISBON — Thirty-five percent. more »»

Wellsville couple accused of starving boys arraigned

November 3, 2015 LISBON — The Wellsville couple accused of starving three boys over the summer, Jaime D. Emery and her live-in boyfriend Jason . more »»

New standards to require more training for dispatchers

November 3, 2015 While public safety services around the state are trying to comply with new state rules regarding dispatching centers, another change is around the corner. more »»

Vote for police levy urged

November 3, 2015 WASHINGTONVILLE — Mayor Herman Frank is hopeful residents get behind the 5.5-mill additional police levy on today’s ballot. Council placed the levy on the ballot after a 7. more »»

Halloween treats and smiles at First Friends Church

November 2, 2015 Salem First Friends Church hosted a Dunk or Treat Saturday in the church gymnasium, attracting an estimated 700 trick-or-treaters in full costumes. more »»

Voters will determine two contested council seats

November 2, 2015 SALEM — Voters in Salem’s Third Ward will decide whether to retain Republican incumbent Councilman Rick Drummond for a second term or elect Independent attorney and former longtime Utilities... more »»

Baronzzi Dickey versus Morrissey in Fourth Ward

November 2, 2015 SALEM — Fourth Ward Councilwoman Cyndi Baronzzi Dickey is facing a challenge Nov. 3 from Independent candidate and former longtime city Planning & Zoning Officer Patrick Morrissey. more »»

Glogan’s ‘Mr. Friendly’ will be enshrined in museum

November 2, 2015 SALEM — A friendly figure who welcomed shoppers to the former Glogan's Hardware in downtown Salem for many years waved goodbye to his longtime home Friday. In a way, the icon known simply as Mr. more »»

Middleton trustees considering levy for the March primary

November 2, 2015 By KATIE WHITE Staff Writer NEGLEY — With the Nov. 3 election looming, Middleton Township trustees are already considering a levy for the March primary. more »»

Salem Elks Lodge hosts Trunk-O-Treat

November 1, 2015 Community-minded Salem Elks Lodge #305 held its fourth annual Trunk-o-Treat Saturday. The lodge is located at 824 E. State St. The Drug Awareness Trailer was available. more »»

Four running to fill three BOE positions

November 1, 2015 SALEM — Four candidates will vie for three seats on the Salem City School District Board of Education Tuesday, including incumbents Steve Bailey and Angela Beck and newcomers Jeremy Corbisello and... more »»

Levy passage will benefit area elderly

November 1, 2015 LISBON — Voters in the Nov. 3 election are being asked to pass a first-of-its kind levy to provide additional services for the elderly. The 0. more »»

911 officials don’t see benefits in state-ordered change

November 1, 2015 EAST PALESTINE —Despite local safety departments’ concerns, routing of the county’s 911 cell phone calls will likely change by January, and village and county officials aren’t sure what benefit will... more »»

Landowners sue Chesapeake over lease royalties

November 1, 2015 LISBON — Three local property owners have filed a class action lawsuit in Columbiana County Common Pleas Court claiming Chesapeake Exploration LLC, its subsidiaries and other companies are working... more »»



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