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Salem resident requests meeting to discuss dilapidated rentals

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SALEM - City resident Karen Carter wants a town meeting with Police Chief J.T. Panezott and housing inspector Dan Rice over rental properties, complaining to council about the negative effects from the run-down rental houses. "We need to act now on this issue and clean up our beloved ...

Washingtonville council eyes engineer for pipe work

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WASHINGTONVILLE - Village Council last week approved hiring of an engineer to plan the replacement of a pipe along the west side of South County Line Road. Council authorized Utilities Superintendent Brian Gudat to contract with Howells and Baird civil engineers to plan the project to remove ...

SRMC Look Nook to host purse sale Nov. 25, 26

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SALEM - The Salem Regional Medical Center (SRMC) Look Nook Gift Shop is hosting an "In the Bag" Purse Sale from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 25 and 26 in SRMC's private dining room, located at the back of the cafeteria on the hospital's ground floor. Shoppers can save up to 60 percent on a large ...

NEO Urology Associates expands Austintown location

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AUSTINTOWN- NEO Urology Associates has recently expanded on the B side of 7430 Southern Blvd. to see more patients. This is their third location, having the the original A side since 2008 and their Austintown location, which is know as Partner for Urology Health since 2010. The expansion is a ...

Manager promotion at Columbiana housing authority

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COLUMBIANA- Rich Wymer, operations manager for the Columbiana Metropolitan Housing Authority, has been promoted to deputy director of the organization. Executive Director, Bernard J. Bennett, speaks highly of Wymer for his new role as deputy director.  "I have high confidence in Rich's ability ...

Salem VFW hosting breakfast Sunday

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SALEM -  The Salem VFW Post 892 Auxiliary will host a public breakfast from 8 to 11 a.m. on Sunday at the Post located at 496 Arch St. Haystacks or a traditional breakfast consisting of eggs, pancakes, hash browns, sausage patties, toast, orange juice and coffee are available. The cost is $6 ...

Way Station selects new executive director

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COLUMBIANA-The Way Station Inc. has named Chaney Nezbeth its new executive director. Nezbeth assumed the position following the retirement of Vicki Ritterspach, who served as executive director since 2010. Ritterspach will remain involved and will serve on the board of directors. Nezbeth most ...

Retooling Lordstown factory

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LORDSTOWN - Lordstown Motors Corp. CEO Steve Burns - the man trying to breathe new life into General Motors' former Lordstown assembly plant - said his electric vehicle startup has been working two parallel tracks to return automobile manufacturing to the massive facility. "One has been in ...

Long tradition continues at Simmons’ family orchards

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ROGERS — Back a long winding lane lined with recently picked apple trees sits Simmons Peace Valley Orchards. More than 70 years ago, Daniel J. Simmons and his wife Anna bought an abandoned apple orchard, starting a family tradition of growing and selling produce now in its fourth ...

Police

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County Sheriff — While on patrol a deputy came across an abandoned vehicle parked near the intersection of East Liverpool and Y & O roads in Madison Township at 12:08 a.m. Thursday. The bent license plate it came back to Tina Barrick but it was for another vehicle. The VIN came back to ...