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Beeping traffic signals bother some in Lisbon

February 18, 2013 By TOM GIAMBRONI Staff Writer LISBON — Several residents have complained the beeping sounds coming from the new traffic light signal boxes are interfering with their television viewin. more »»

Crash sends Tiltonsville man to hospital with minor injuries

February 18, 2013 CALCUTTA — The right northbound lane of state Route 11 just north of the Route 170 overpass was closed for more than an hour on Sunday afternoon, as first responders worked to free a driver from the... more »»

It's no science fiction tale

February 18, 2013 HANOVERTON — Village Council could be facing its own Kobayashi Maru moment in regard to construction of a state-mandated sewage treatment plant. more »»

Village may face no-win outcome for treatment plant

February 18, 2013 HANOVERTON — Village Council could be facing its own Kobayashi Maru moment in regard to construction of a state-mandated sewage treatment plant. more »»

Tomahawk home destroyed by fire

February 18, 2013 NEGLEY — A Saturday night fire destroyed a home in the Lake Tomahawk area, according to Negley Fire Chief Gary Banicki. The call came in about 11 p.m. more »»

Beeping from signal boxes creates complaints

February 18, 2013 LISBON — Several residents have complained the beeping sounds coming from the new traffic light signal boxes are interfering with their television viewing. more »»

Steelworkers play the waiting game

February 18, 2013 MINGO JUNCTION — Steelworkers and residents are anxious to learn the destiny of the silent RG Steel mill, which contains the $115 million electric arc furnace installed when it wore the... more »»

On thin ice

February 17, 2013 Highlandtown firefighter Alan Roush waits in the frigid waters of Guilford Lake to be rescued by his partner, firefighter Mike Bowman of Hanoverton during Hanover Township’s annual ice rescue... more »»

WELLSVILLE FIRE

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Group worried about the impact of drilling on Beaver Creek

February 17, 2013 LISBON — A local group opposed to surface drilling in Beaver Creek State Park is turning its attention to drilling companies that may want to withdraw water from the Little Beaver Creek. more »»

Hope reigns at candlelight vigil for Lingenfelter

February 17, 2013 WELLSVILLE — First Christian Church in Wellsville was filled to capacity Saturday evening as Team Chelsea hosted a candlelight prayer vigil for 21-year-old Chelsea Lingenfelter, who remains at the... more »»

Crestview will pay off-duty deputies to police buildings

February 17, 2013 LISBON — With concerns about school safety in the forefront, the Crestview Board of Education this week voted to hire off-duty sheriff’s deputies to spend time in the buildings during school hours. more »»

Group concerned with water drawn from Beaver Creek

February 17, 2013 LISBON — A local group opposed to surface drilling in Beaver Creek State Park is turning its attention to drilling companies that may want to withdraw water from the Little Beaver Creek. more »»

Columbiana re-examines procedures after shooting

February 17, 2013 By KATIE SCHWENDEMAN Staff Writer COLUMBIANA — The city school district and police department are working together to make sure students and teachers are safe on the school grounds each day,... more »»

Emerging shale boom continues fueling

February 17, 2013 FAIRFIELD TOWNSHIP —The vision is coming together. more »»

TLC

February 16, 2013 A late afternoon fire at the Garfield Road home of Dean and Leann Fain claimed the life of the family’s dog, although firefighters were able to save the family’s cat. more »»

FISH FRY

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Salem patrolman resigns

February 16, 2013 SALEM — A nearly 20-year veteran of the Salem Police Department resigned Friday, just a few days after being suspended without pay pending the outcome of a case against him for charges of drunken... more »»

Pottery receives bomb threat

February 16, 2013 NEWELL — A bomb threat Friday morning forced the evacuation of main office personnel at the Homer Laughlin China Co. Employees were evacuated for about an hour and returned to work by 11 a.. more »»

Adkins seeks to vacate sentence

February 16, 2013 LISBON — In a handwritten affidavit, Jamie Adkins, the brother of shooting victim Holly Carosiello, submitted a motion requesting to be allowed to withdraw his plea and vacate his 10-year prison... more »»

 
 
 

 

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