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Cars fill the parking lots at the Rogers Sale like usual on Friday, two days after a fire destroyed an open air barn.

Police

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County Sheriff — A deputy was called to a domestic dispute between a mother and adult daughter on Elk Avenue, Center Township, at 7 p.m Thursday. The mother reportedly threw a chair at the daughter, who declined to press charges. — A deputy was called to a domestic dispute in the 24000 ...

Pleas Court

Court News

New Cases Discover Bsnk v. William Todd of East Liverpool; collection sought of alleged $19,500 debt. Donald Berger of Alliance v. Butech Inc. of Salem and Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation; appeal of claim denial. Ashley B. Woods of Salem v. Rikki J. Wood of Salem; collection sought of ...

Strike one, but traffic cam ballot issue still up to bat

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LISBON — The East Liverpool traffic camera ballot issue may still be heading toward a spot on the Nov. 5 ballot, Thursday’s appeals court ruling notwithstanding. The Ohio 7th District Court of Appeals ruled against the 2017 petition efforts by a citizens’ group seeking to place the ...

Municipal Court

Court News

LISBON — In Municipal Court, a Youngstown man was arraigned for throwing suspected drugs out the window of an apartment that was being searched by Wellsville police. Curtis J. McKinnon, 23, was arraigned on a tampering with evidence charge, and a pretrial hearing is scheduled for Thursday. ...

JAF backers

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A group of employees from nearby Sandy Beaver Insurance in Lisbon decided on Friday to walk across the town square to have their photograph taken with wooden statue of Johnny Appleseed, which they intended to post on the agency’s Facebook page. The insurance agency is one of the many ...

ELO Court

Court News

EAST LIVERPOOL — In East Liverpool Municipal Court, John R. Sullivan Jr., Belmont Avenue, was fined $100 for no license. Mitti L. Dillard, Minerva Street, was fined $100 for failure to control. Kevin L. Harris, Henry Avenue, was fined $50 for disorderly conduct while intoxicated. ...

Salem signs on to new meter reading system

Local News

SALEM — The Salem Utilities Commission agreed Thursday to go forward with plans for a fixed-point water meter reading system at an estimated cost of $130,000, using the water meters already in place for now. Commission members also asked for an estimate on the number of water meters that ...

Salem Community Foundation fulfills pledge

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The Salem Community Foundation recently donated the final installment of its five-year $50,000 pledge to the Salem Regional Medical Center Foundation’s “Community Champions — Expanding Cancer Care Together” capital campaign. The “Community Champions” campaign was launched in 2014 to ...

Real Estate

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Butler Township ZN Homes Inc. to Blaine and Nancy Barrett, home and 1.3 acres at 141 Woodsend Drive; $236,000 Lester Wilson to Kellee Yuhaniak, home on Tower Road; $101,200 David and Melissa Plummer to Joseph and Marie Johns, home and 3.3 acres on Tower Road; $273,900 Center ...