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Second company makes meter pitch

August 22, 2016 LEETONIA — Village Council hosted a second water meter company during a water and sewer committee meeting last week. more »»

Location, location, location

August 22, 2016 Jan may have always played second fiddle to older sister Marcia on “The Brady Bunch,” but she may be tops when it comes to real estate investing. more »»

Hancock County shooting believed to be drug-related

August 22, 2016 WEIRTON, W.Va. — One man was shot and one was arrested following an apparently botched drug transaction in southern Hancock County early Sunday morning, the Hancock County Sheriff’s Department said. more »»

Pennsylvania supermarket sells wine, a first since Prohibition

August 22, 2016 A grocery store in Pennsylvania has become the first supermarket since Prohibition to sell wine in the state. A Giant Eagle store in suburban Pittsburgh began selling wine Friday. more »»

Rabies vaccine drops to begin

August 22, 2016 The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service’s Wildlife Services Program in conjunction with several Ohio local health departments will begin... more »»

Santa to add joy to Columbiana’s Christmas event

August 22, 2016 COLUMBIANA —It has been seven years, yet this will mark the first time Santa and his reindeer will be featured in lights for the Joy of Christmas Light Show, sponsored by the Columbiana Area Tourism... more »»

Salem woman may get probation on drug charges

August 22, 2016 LISBON — A Salem woman who was selling drugs in 2014 is hoping for community control after pleading guilty in Columbiana County Common Pleas Court last week. Melanie R. more »»

Graffiti written on trail in W.Va.

August 22, 2016 GLEN JEAN, W.Va. — The National Park Service is looking for those responsible for spray painting graffiti along the New River Gorge National River in southern West Virgini. more »»

Car slams into crowd at outdoor concert, nine injured

August 22, 2016 PARMA HEIGHTS — The 74-year-old driver of a car that slammed into a crowd at an outdoor community concert in Ohio injuring nine people, two of them seriously, confused the brake with the gas pedal,... more »»

Cruisin’ Crew makes a stop at Abundant Life

August 22, 2016 NEW WATERFORD — The Cruisin’ Crew, now in its seventh year of weekly car cruises, has collected over a million pounds worth of food, according to organizer Gene Johnso. more »»

Highway section dedicated to death march survivor

August 21, 2016 WELLSVILLE—From the time he was captured by the Japanese in April 1942 to the time he was rescued in early 1945, Army Cpl. William F. Bratt lost nearly 100 pounds. more »»

Mayor seeks chamber support

August 21, 2016 LISBON — The Lisbon Area Chamber of Commerce will meet with village council’s finance committee to determine how much each side can put toward hiring a consulting firm that specializes in... more »»

Committee outlines improvement plans for park

August 21, 2016 COLUMBIANA — The local committee working on a major improvement project for Firestone Park is turning its attention toward the outdated brick gutters, and plans are also in the works for new memoria... more »»

Former factory building’s future is uncertain

August 21, 2016 EAST PALESTINE — Years before it was torn down, the old M&W Foundry near Boatman Cemetery was the place the Lambright brothers were drawn to as childre. more »»

Red Cross volunteer team installs free smoke detectors

August 21, 2016 The American Red Cross volunteer quickly made his way across the roadway to an awaiting resident, making an impromptu installation of a smoke detector. more »»

Experts: Governments feel corruption effect

August 21, 2016 COLUMBUS — Ohio’s state auditor says there’s no statistically significant proof that government corruption occurs more frequently in smaller communities amid a rash of recent corruption charges, but... more »»

Niles mayor hospitalized

August 21, 2016 NILES — A northeast Ohio mayor has been hospitalized after toxic mold spores were found in his City Hall office. more »»

Attorney sues judge over button

August 21, 2016 YOUNGSTOWN — A lawyer sentenced to five days in an Ohio jail for refusing to remove a Black Lives Matter button while in court has filed a federal lawsuit, saying her free speech rights were violated. more »»

Superintendent critical of literacy collaborative

August 21, 2016 EAST LIVERPOOL — Feeling a sense of dissatisfaction with the literacy collaborative in the school district, Superintendent Randy Taylor is now looking to go in a different direction in order to... more »»

Patient died from mold

August 21, 2016 PITTSBURGH — An autopsy report for a transplant patient who contracted a fungal infection while at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center indicates he suffered from the same type of mold linked... more »»



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