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Couple hopes to bring aid to Louisiana towns

August 18, 2016 SALEM — Christopher and Patricia Kruegel left pieces of their hearts in Louisiana when they moved north last fall — now those hearts are aching to help the flood victims in the former communities... more »»

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August 18, 2016 LISBON— There will be one less candidate for the Salem charter commission and one less liquor option on the November ballot following action taken Wednesday by the county elections board. more »»

Leetonia mayor seeks 2% raises for village employees

August 18, 2016 LEETONIA— Mayor Kevin Siembida is asking council to consider raises for village employees. Siembida suggested the action at the end of the regular council meeting Wednesday nigh. more »»

Social 45 will bring Csonka’s Sports Complex back to life

August 18, 2016 LISBON — “Social 45” will cater to diverse genres and events, owner Jennifer Booth said about the former Csonka’s Sports Complex. more »»

Main Street Common unveiled in Columbiana

August 18, 2016 COLUMBIANA — What was once a vacant lot next to the former Ryan’s News building is now known as the Main Street Commo. more »»

Leetonia bridge replacement

August 17, 2016 Workers begin the process of replacing the bridge on state Route 344 over the Middle Fork of Little BeaverCreek. The new bridge will be a single section bridge. more »»

Meth clean-up ordinance pulled back for discussion

August 17, 2016 SALEM — A proposed ordinance recommended by city council’s Traffic & Safety Committee to ensure proper cleanup of clandestine drug lab locations will get a second look by the Committee of the Whole. more »»

Contract for new water line OK’d

August 17, 2016 COLUMBIANA – If you live on the north side of town then you can expect to notice a difference in the coming months when you take a shower or do dishes. more »»

Council OKs TIF letter to expand preschool

August 17, 2016 SALEM — Mayor John Berlin received authorization Tuesday to produce a letter saying the city can fund a sewer line extension through a Tax Increment Financing arrangement for a child... more »»

Green Twp. zoning officer still seeking way to clean up junk

August 17, 2016 GREENFORD — Zoning Officer Bill Pitts continues researching ways to get rid of junk vehicles and hoarding in Green Township. more »»

Smoke, no fire

August 16, 2016 Salem Fire Chief Scott Mason climbs a ladder held in place by Firefighter Robert North Jr. to view the roof of The Dollar General at the site of the old G.C. more »»

Angela Beck resigns Salem BOE position

August 16, 2016 SALEM — The Salem school board lost a member Monday after Angela Beck resigned due to a move out of the district. more »»

Salem woman charged with assault over HIV sex

August 16, 2016 LISBON — A Salem area woman who reportedly admitted she has been having unprotected sex while failing to disclose she is HIV positive was charged in Columbiana County Municipal Court on Monday. more »»

Washingtonville council still wants answers on Aarrow lot consolidation

August 16, 2016 WASHINGTONVILLE — An issue from the Aug. 1 meeting was tabled again as council members said they wanted more information. There was a request from Fadco Ltd. more »»

Trump wants ‘extreme vetting’ of immigration applicants

August 16, 2016 YOUNGSTOWN (AP) — Donald Trump called Monday for “extreme” ideological vetting of immigrants seeking admission to the United States, vowing to significantly overhaul the country’s screening process... more »»

South Range BOE approves special education waiver

August 16, 2016 BEAVER TWP. — The South Range school board Monday night approved a waiver for a special education class that will save the district money. more »»

Akron company sues over mortgage on Links at Firestone

August 16, 2016 LISBON — An Akron development company filed a civil lawsuit against several companies, including the Links at Firestone Farms LLC, on Monday in Columbiana County Common Pleas Court. more »»

Going for a spin

August 15, 2016 From left, 15-year-old Zarliyah Board and her sister, 17-year-old Aquasia, from Alliance, performed with the Sebring Unicycle and Juggling Club Saturday at the Memorial Building. more »»

Local youth jobs program gets funding once again

August 15, 2016 LISBON — For the fourth consecutive year, additional funding has been found for the federally funded jobs program for local youth. more »»

Future Quakers learn from the coach at a football camp

August 15, 2016 Eager to learn youngsters were all ears and full of attention while listening to Salem head football coach Ron Johnson during a recent football camp at the high schoo. more »»

 
 

 

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