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SOD Center to continue economic development work

January 29, 2016 SALEM — The Sustainable Opportunity Development Center will continue driving economic development activities for the city of Salem for a flat fee of $40,000, paid in quarterly installment. more »»

Police responded to 5,059 events last year

January 29, 2016 The annual police report for Green Township shows a total of 5,059 events that were responded to by the department in 201. more »»

Lisbon amends water shut-off procedures

January 29, 2016 LISBON — The village Board of Public Affairs amended its shut-off procedures for delinquent water customers after the old policy resulted in service being turned off to a customer after he paid his... more »»

Sebring updates policy on bottled water distribution

January 28, 2016 SEBRING— The village has updated its criteria to receive water in the wake of lead being found in water samples last week. more »»

Council looks to fill seat

January 28, 2016 Village Council is looking for someone to replace Joe Morenz on council. Morenz was in the middle of second term on council when he ran for mayor last year and wo. more »»

Parents: Don’t start before Canfield Fair

January 28, 2016 BELOIT—A group of concerned parents encouraged the West Branch school board Wednesday night to return to a school calendar that begins after Labor Day. more »»

Southern Local boy admits bomb threat

January 28, 2016 LISBON — A 15-year-old sophomore boy has reportedly confessed to being responsible for a bomb threat at Southern Local Monday afternoon. more »»

Chief: Washingtonville sees more serious complaints

January 28, 2016 WASHINGTONVILLE — Police Chief Ken Faust said an analysis of the 2015 statistics showed an increase “in what we consider to be the more serious types of complaints. more »»

Ice fog

January 28, 2016 Ken Price breaks stride and glances at the fog rolling off the thin coating of ice on Little Beaver Creek while jogging through the state park. more »»

Salem Parks schedule filling up

January 28, 2016 SALEM — City Parks Director Steve Faber said the summer concert schedule is just about full and fundraising letters have been sent out to solicit funds to cover the costs. more »»

Disabilities board told switch to private operator going well so far

January 28, 2016 LISBON — Employment Development Inc. began operating the EDI-South facility on Jan. more »»

Health board names nursing director

January 28, 2016 LISBON — The Columbiana County Board of Health on Wednesday welcomed Jennifer Davis, the new director of nursing who will replace Barb Knee. more »»

Crash on U.S. 62 bypass

January 27, 2016 Perry Township safety forces responded to an accident at the U.S. 62 bypass at 2:26 p.m. more »»

Weingart: No problems with water

January 27, 2016 SALEM — The city of Salem hasn’t had any problems with lead levels in drinking water, Utilities Superintendent Don Weingart said Tuesday. more »»

Sebring, W. Branch schools to reopen

January 27, 2016 SEBRING— Schools in Sebring and West Branch will re-open today after water samples taken by the Ohio EPA came back with acceptable levels of lead. more »»

Mayor: Lisbon park needs bridge again

January 27, 2016 LISBON — Mayor Joe Morenz wants Willow Grove Park to have a bridge again and is looking for volunteers to help. more »»

Salem cops investigate bogus bills

January 27, 2016 SALEM — Police are investigating reports Monday of counterfeit money used at three separate businesses in the city, all on East State Street. A spokesman for Subway at 2586 E. State St. more »»

County jobless rate up to 6.5%

January 27, 2016 LISBON — Columbiana County’s unemployment rate increased in December, marking the sixth such jump in the past seven months. The county’s unemployment rate increased from 5.8 percent in November to 6. more »»

Salem Twp. gets EPA advisories on compressor stations

January 27, 2016 FRANKLIN SQUARE — During the Salem Township trustee meeting on Tuesday, Fiscal Officer Cathy Wilms said the township has received two advisories from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency... more »»

Water plant operator to face criminal probe

January 26, 2016 The Sebring water superintendent has been placed on administrative leave and is facing a criminal investigation by the Ohio EPA for allegedly falsifying records. more »»



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