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Washingtonville council vacancy discussed

January 5, 2016 WASHINGTONVILLE — After reelecting Council President Ron Stevens to the council president’s seat during its reorganizational meeting, council discussed filling the one vacancy on council, a four-yea... more »»

Don’t hold your breath

January 4, 2016 A disgruntled Cleveland fan holds up his wish list during the Browns’ loss Sunday to Pittsburgh. The Steelers earned yet another playoff berth while the Browns staggered to yet another dismal seaso. more »»

Legal decision could impact 911 status

January 4, 2016 LISBON —A recent Ohio Attorney General’s opinion involving Portage County’s 911 system could allow the city of Columbiana to continue taking 911 calls made from cellphones without any loss of state... more »»

Historic chapel opens its doors

January 4, 2016 WEST POINT — Once the center of the community, but then closed up for many years, the West Beaver United Presbyterian Church opened its doors again recentl. more »»

Deputies respond to breaking and entering at food pantry

January 4, 2016 HOMEWORTH —Sheriff’s deputies responded Sunday to the Homeworth Food Pantry in regard to a breaking and entering. more »»

Simple traffic stop could lead to felony charge against local man

January 4, 2016 Staff Reports ALLIANCE — A simple traffic stop by Alliance police this past weekend could mean felony charges for an Alliance man and a Columbiana County resident. more »»

Columbus McKinnon celebrates milestone

January 3, 2016 SALEM — Columbus McKinnon, with two operations in Salem and one in Lisbon, celebrates 140 years as 2015 disappeared into a manufacturing milestone that President and CEO Tim Tevens said is one that... more »»

Browns fire Pettine, Farmer

January 3, 2016 CLEVELAND (AP) — The Browns changed uniforms to start the season and their coach and general manager to end it. more »»

Council approved fewer pieces of legislation

January 3, 2016 SALEM — City council approved less legislation in 2015 than in recent years, focusing on zoning requirements, signage for downtown businesses, street improvements, utility improvements and downtown... more »»

Altomare proud of his tenure as mayor

January 3, 2016 By KEVIN HOWELL Staff Writer After 18 years, Mayor Artie Altomare is turning over the gavel to a successor — last week  marking the end of his tenure following a loss in the November election. more »»

Teen wanted in home invasion is arrested

January 3, 2016 LISBON — A teenager wanted in a home invasion in St. Clair Township has been arrested. more »»

Trying out his bike

January 2, 2016 Taking advantage of the lack of snow, Terry Six, 7, of Columbiana recently put some break-in miles on the bike he got for Christmas. more »»

Salem tax office dealing with new state rules

January 2, 2016 SALEM — The Salem City Income Tax Department is kicking off 2016 with some new state-mandated rules that will effect employers this year and individual taxpayers next year. more »»

Defenders plead for more funds

January 2, 2016 LISBON — The organization that provides free legal representation to poor people charged with crimes will receive additional funding in 2016, but its director told Columbiana County commissioners... more »»

Buckeyes, Irish meet today in Fiesta Bowl

January 1, 2016 Two-time Ohio State All American defensive end Joey Bosa does his trademark shrug following a sack against Hawaii. Bosa is playing in his final game for the Buckeyes who will meet Notre Dame today. more »»

2015 ends as event-filled year within the city

January 1, 2016 SALEM—When it comes to picking the biggest story of the past year for Salem, an impromptu poll of a handful of people at city hall yielded a different answer every time. Passage of the additional. more »»

EMA director abruptly resigns

January 1, 2016 LISBON — Luke Newbold is out as Columbiana County Emergency Management Agency director, abruptly resigning on Wednesday after nearly three years on the job. more »»

Reward offered for teen wanted in home invasion

January 1, 2016 LISBON — A Kensington teenager has been charged in connection with a Dec. 1 daytime home invasion that occurred in St. Clair Township. Aggravated burglary charges were filed Dec. 21 against Austin . more »»

Heddleson chosen as Salem Township trustee chairman

January 1, 2016 FRANKLIN SQUARE - Trustee Ray Heddleson was elected chairman and Trustee Bill Heston was elected vice chairman of the Salem Township trustee board for 2016 during a reorganizational meeting on... more »»

Lisbon Mayor Joe Morenz with his wife Angel and daughter Courtney after Wednesday’s swearing-in. (Submitted photo)

December 31, 2015 New village Mayor Joe Morenz has promised to take a proactive approach, and one way is to do a better job keeping in touch with council and department heads. “Communication is the big thing. more »»

 
 

 

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