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Decision to vacate part of road challenged

June 26, 2014 LISBON — Columbiana County commissioners voted to officially close an undeveloped section of road in St. Clair Township, which was met immediately with the promise of legal action from an opponent. more »»

With fewer seeking work, jobless rate still dropping

June 26, 2014 LISBON — Columbiana County’s unemployment rate continues to decline, although the decline in May was not as sharp as previous months. The jobless rate last month was 5. more »»

Company rep says solicitors are legitimate

June 26, 2014 By LARRY SHIELDS Staff Writer FRANKLIN SQUARE — After a number of complaints in Salem Township regarding people attempting to sell educational materials door-to-door last week, a representative of... more »»

Two inducted into Beaver Local Hall of Fame

June 26, 2014 CALCUTTA — The Beaver Local Alumni Association held its Hall of Fame inductions on May 10 at the high school. Inductees for 2014 were Dr. Michael D. Hall and Carol Moss. D. more »»

New banners for downtown Salem

June 25, 2014 This is the final design agreed upon for the new banners for downtown Salem, featuring a symbol of peace, trees representative of Tree City USA and the sun shining over Salem, which was founded in... more »»

Miller verdict is in

June 25, 2014 Christopher Miller was found guilty of tampering with evidence in the homicide of Matthew Bailey, but the Columbiana County Common Pleas Court jury was hung on the charges of aggravated murder and... more »»

No verdict yet in Miller case

June 25, 2014 LISBON — Although they deliberated for more than three hours Tuesday afternoon, jurors in the Christopher Miller aggravated murder case were unable to reach a verdict. more »»

Harmony trial moved to late July

June 25, 2014 LISBON — With the jury’s verdict in the Christopher Miller case still pending, the aggravated murder trial of Robert Harmony was again postponed on Tuesda. more »»

Tax credits approved for East Liverpool project

June 25, 2014 EAST LIVERPOOL — A plan to turn two now-vacant downtown stores into a trade school received another boost Tuesday after nearly $1. more »»

New Salem banners meet with approval

June 25, 2014 SALEM — Nearly two months and several conversations after Salem Renaissance decided to hang up plans for new banners, group president David Schwartz announced getting the green light for the final... more »»

Arson suspected in fire at vacant Wellsville home

June 25, 2014 WELLSVILLE — Fire swept through the upper floors of a vacant house at 408 14th St. in Wellsville early Tuesday morning. The blaze is thought to have started at the rear of the structure. The 3:26 a.m. more »»

Grandstanding

June 24, 2014 Making up for lost time, construction workers were hard at work Sunday on the new grandstand at the county fairgrounds. more »»

Trial winds down

June 24, 2014 LISBON — The prosecution rested and the defense presented three witnesses in less than an hour Monday to wrap up evidence in the aggravated murder trial of Christopher Miller. Miller, 36, U.S. more »»

No major cruise problems for Salem cops

June 24, 2014 SALEM — Salem police recorded an increased number of calls and arrests during the Super Cruise extended weekend between Thursday and Sunday, but Chief J.. more »»

Salem mayor hopes someone will ride to the July 4 rescue

June 24, 2014 SALEM — Mayor John Berlin said Monday he was saddened to hear that the Fourth of July pet parade and decorated vehicle parade won’t be held this year, but he’s hoping some individual or group will... more »»

Wellsville mayor releases names of police applicants

June 24, 2014 WELLSVILLE — The business of selecting a new chief of police continues in Wellsville, where the process has been marked by rancor and contention among some village residents. more »»

Police consider hydroplaning as cause of fatal W.Va. accident

June 24, 2014 NEW CUMBERLAND, W.Va. — A one-car accident that took the life of an elderly man on June 13 may have been caused by hydroplaning, the Hancock County Sheriff’s Department sai. more »»

State trashes Saline’s books

June 24, 2014 SALINEVILLE — How bad are the village’s books? So bad the state auditor had to make up a word to describe them. Not really, though “unauditable” was not found in two dictionaries. more »»

1939 Lincoln takes the top prize as Salem Super Cruise comes to a close

June 23, 2014 SALEM — Former drag racer and retired construction worker Ron Dycman of Canfield said he always wanted to build a car from scratc. more »»

 
 

 

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