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Pink Out at the Farm

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The Salem Regional Medical Center Foundation’s “Pink Out at the Farm” breast cancer benefit held on Oct. 24 at Firestone Farms in Columbiana raised $6,011. Proceeds from the benefit will go towards the Foundation’s Cancer Fund. Pictured, front center, Amy Reed, SRMC Foundation Director, ...

Being the difference

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The Salem Regional Medical Center Foundation announced that its “Be the Difference” campaign in partnership with Salem Giant Eagle raised $5,000 to support the SRMC Foundation Cancer Fund. Salem Giant Eagle donated a total of $2,500, which was matched by Giant Eagle Inc.’s corporate ...

Perry Twp. property declared nuisance

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SALEM — Perry Township trustees voted Monday to declare a property on Beechwood a nuisance due to overgrown vegetation, putting the owner on notice to abate the issue or else. The address is located at 1001 Beechwood and includes two parcels owned by Brian Colian. Trustees had discussed the ...

Biden seeks to move quickly; build out his administration

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By WILL WEISSERT, ALEXANDRA JAFFE, and AAMER MADHANI Associated Press WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — President-elect Joe Biden signaled on Sunday he plans to move quickly to build out his government, focusing first on the raging pandemic that will likely dominate the early days of his ...

RITA opponents still trying to get on repeal on ballot

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LISBON — Opponents of Salem’s decision to have RITA take over income tax collections are still trying to get the measure on the ballot for voters to decide. Salem Citizens for Action filed a petition on Oct. 15 with the Ohio 7th District Court of Appeals basically appealing the Sept. 14 ...

Students back in classrooms

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SALEM — All Salem city schools are back in session in person today after a small COVID-19 outbreak. Superintendent Sean Kirkland said Sunday the decision to return the junior high and high school students to their building after a week of online learning, along with keeping students in K-6 ...

Salem Salvation Army marks 135th year

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SALEM — On Nov. 8, 1885, the Salem Salvation Army Corps gathered for the first time — fast forward 135 years and the group known for “doing the most good” continues to gather, offering help to those who need a hand. “It’s an honor following in the footsteps of the people who laid ...

COMMUNITY CALENDAR

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MON/11-9 Canfield Traveling food pantry distribution, fairgrounds, 1 p.m., enter through Gate 8 Calcutta St. Clair Township trustees, community center, 6 p.m., note time change Beaver BOE, grade 8 pod, 7 p.m., also live-streamed at youtu.be/IOqwrGSjzDQ Columbiana Job readiness ...

POLICE

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Sheriff’s Office — Deputies conducted a traffic stop at 10:42 p.m. Thursday in the 5000 block of state Route 7 in New Waterford. A consent search of the vehicle uncovered drug paraphernalia and suspected narcotics. Charges are pending lab results. Salem — Officers responded at 6:44 ...

POLICE

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Hancock County Sheriff The arrests were logged on the following people and charges by the office over the past two months: — Danielle Roscoe of Winterville, on Sept. 1 for delivery and transport of cocaine into the state with intent to deliver. — Tammy Kille, of East Liverpool, on ...