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Housing tax credit effort backed

January 26, 2015 EAST LIVERPOOL — With two members absent, City Council last week was able to give only first readings to three pieces of legislation on the agenda. more »»

Picture of Hancock dog breeder is mixed

January 26, 2015 NEW CUMBERLAND, W.Va. more »»

Bill would eliminate health board power over smoking rules

January 26, 2015 A bill pending in the West Virginia House of Delegates would remove from county health boards the authority to pass smoking regulations like the one adopted in Hancock County last year. more »»

CAA can help pay a bill, get a vehicle

January 26, 2015 LISBON — The Community Action Agency has new programs available to assist county residents. more »»

Information fair planned Wednesday

January 26, 2015 LISBON — The county Department of Job and Family Services will host a Quarterly Informational Fair featuring 20 county agencies, businesses, charities, etc., from 9 a.m. more »»

Good gift

January 26, 2015 Morning Journal/Stephen Huba Good Shepherd Lunch coordinator Gary Cunningham receives a “check” for $2,000 from (from left) Wendy Jo Lockhart, co-manager of the Salem Walmart, Ruth Nemeth, zone... more »»

Motorcycle cruise planned in Salem for next summer

January 26, 2015 SALEM — City Council members last week gave their blessing to a motorcycle cruise event July 30-Au. more »»

Hope they’re properly inflated

January 25, 2015 Kenny Wilson gathers together the practice basketballs and moves them to the storage bin before a recent game between the girls from Columbiana and Western Reserve. more »»

Chamber looks for a new home

January 25, 2015 EAST PALESTINE — A small building being used by the village’s Chamber of Commerce the last four years is under new ownership and the Chamber has decided to move ou. more »»

ELO will get help with road repairs

January 25, 2015 EAST LIVERPOOL — A group composed of local companies in the transportation business will be voluntarily donating money that will be used to repave city streets used by heavy truck traffic, most... more »»

Port appointment called into question

January 25, 2015 LISBON — The local labor leader who was replaced on the Columbiana County Port Authority expressed his disappointment because county commissioners decided against naming another union official in hi... more »»

Animal lovers plunge into latest event to raise funds

January 25, 2015 LISBON — Jumping into a cold lake on Jan. 31 will do more than bring on a bout of temporary shivers, it will raise money for local animals in need, and the Hanover Township Fire Departmen. more »»

Trumbull County school buys former golf course

January 25, 2015 FOWLER — The Mathews Board of Education purchased the former Prestwick Golf Course in hopes of using the Fowler property as the site of a new school complex. more »»

W.Va. delegate looks to eliminate Common Core school standards

January 25, 2015 In the year that the controversial Common Core education standards take effect at all grade levels in West Virginia, comes a legislative effort to dismantle the core. more »»

Part-timers easier on Salem’s budget

January 25, 2015 SALEM —Putting six more police officers on the streets of Salem last year cost less than expected, city Auditor Betty Brothers said. more »»

Township starts new year with new leader

January 25, 2015 SUMMITVILLE — Thursday night was the night for Franklin Township’s changes as they held their annual reorganizational meeting at the township fire hall. more »»

Homeless count set

January 25, 2015 LISBON — The Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) has scheduled its annual Point-In-Time Count of homeless individuals or families for Jan. 27, from sunset to sunrise on Jan. 28. more »»

Changes to Route 2 worries officials

January 25, 2015 NEW CUMBERLAND, W.Va.—Hancock County officials finds themselves increasingly at odds with the West Virginia Division of Highways over plans to reroute troublesome state Route 2 in New Cumberland. more »»

CTC request draws little response in Greenford

January 25, 2015 GREENFORD — Green Township trustees took no action on joining a Mahoning County Fire Chiefs and Mahoning County Career and Technical Center proposal to build a $600,000 training tower at the scho. more »»

Salem changes course on treatment plant

January 25, 2015 SALEM — The city Utilities Commisson agreed Thursday to terminate its contract with Kirk Bros Co. more »»



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