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Wellsville woman maintains hope for organ donation

February 14, 2013 “There’s always a blessing in every bad thing that happens, it seems,” said Joni Lingenfelter, speaking via phone from the hospital room of her daughter, Chelse. more »»

False rumors of robbery send school into lockdown

February 14, 2013 CALCUTTA — After reports of an armed robbery began to surface Wednesday, Calcutta Elementary went into a “soft lockdown,” but St. Clair Township police said the reports were fals. more »»

Home invasion leads to rumors and soft lockdown of school

February 14, 2013 NEW CUMBERLAND — Hancock County sheriff's deputies are searching for a man involved in a home invasion incident Wednesday mornin. more »»

Extent of damage makes Liverpool fire probe difficult

February 14, 2013 EAST LIVERPOOL — The cause of a fire that destroyed a West Seventh Street home and damaged three others last Thursday is still unknown, due to the extent of fire damage. more »»

Historic factors place sidewalk project on hold

February 14, 2013 NEW CUMBERLAND—A project to make the sidewalks on Second Avenue handicapped-accessible is on hold while the state determines the historic value of the neighborhood targeted for the improvements. more »»

Resident upset with reckless semi

February 14, 2013 CALCUTTA—St. Clair township trustees received a preview of the complications that can arise from the county’s growing oil and gas industry on January 30. more »»

Board hopes to name new park superintendent by March

February 14, 2013 EAST LIVERPOOL — Only seven of 12 candidates who expressed an interest in the Thompson Park superintendent’s job sat for a competitive civil service exam Wednesday night, with results expected later... more »»

Cheering section

February 13, 2013 Seated in the bleachers is not where you want to end up if you’re a spelling bee contestant. more »»

Officer on unpaid leave

February 13, 2013 SALEM — City patrolman Gary Poage has been suspended without pay pending the outcome of a case against him for charges of drunken driving and marked lanes following his arrest early Sunday in... more »»

Man found in school arrested

February 13, 2013 SALEM — City police charged a 26-year-old man with criminal trespass after he entered Salem High School Tuesday morning and fled after being questioned why he was there. Mark E. Knight Jr. more »»

Pregnancy provides woman with get-out-of-jail card

February 13, 2013 LISBON — The jail sentence for a pregnant inmate from Leetonia was put on hold so the county could escape paying her medical bills when she gave birth. more »»

Lisbon wants to know how people feel about school safety

February 13, 2013 LISBON — Lisbon school parents, students and other interested citizens are invited to a community event on Thursday to learn about the district’s existing safety plans and to ask questions. more »»

UAW?plans rally outside Salem plant

February 13, 2013 SALEM — Members of United Auto Workers locals from around the area are expected to rally at the Salem Ventra plant on Pennsylvania Avenue at 2 p.m. more »»

Brittain move stuck in park

February 12, 2013 EAST PALESTINE — The family-owned dealership on East Martin Street targeted for relocation to state Route 14 will remain on East Marti. more »»

Man dies in crash on SR172

February 12, 2013 WEST TOWNSHIP — A Minerva man was killed early Monday after losing control of his vehicle on state Route 172. According to the highway patrol said James A. more »»

Pretty in fuchsia

February 12, 2013 Three-month-old Olivia Smith of East Palestine stayed bundled up in her car seat while her mother was attending a recent school function in East Palestine. more »»

Drop in state aid may lead to teacher layoffs

February 12, 2013 NEW CUMBERLAND—Twenty-one teachers and 33 non-certified employees may not return to work next school year because of a dramatic drop in state aid to Hancock County Schools. more »»


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School expects to see no new dollars this fiscal year

February 12, 2013 EAST LIVERPOOL — With a state budget predicting zero increases over the next fiscal year, city school district officials will most likely be asking their state legislators to intervene. more »»

Area priest studied under papal candidate

February 12, 2013 CHESTER — The Rev. Eric Baffoe Antwi acknowledges that he would be excited to see the next pope come from Africa, especially his home country of Ghana. more »»



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