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Governor: Zoos, playgrounds, theaters can reopen June 10

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COLUMBUS — Zoos, theaters, playgrounds and other indoor and outdoor facilities can reopen June 10, Gov. Mike DeWine announced Thursday as he addressed some of the last parts of the Ohio economy that remained shut down by the coronavirus pandemic. The governor’s directive also applies to ...

Leetonia prom court

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The Leetonia junior class prom is scheduled for July 30 at Mr. Anthony’s, pending COVID health conditions. From left, the prom court includes Haleigh Brock, Lexi Morgan, Delaney Roller, Marco Ferry, Samantha Schneider, Ian Davis, Katie Soupal, Emily Aukerman and Taran Ferry. Not pictured is ...

COMMUNITY CALENDAR

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Beloit West Branch Class of 1970, breakfast at 10 a.m. June 6 at Perkins. West Branch BOE, special meetings at 5 p.m. June 8, 11 and 15 in WBHS west wing conference room, on contract bargaining, no action Columbiana Oasis food distribution from 4-6 p.m. June 11 and June 25 at First ...

Buckeye Transfer seeks change

Local News

The Fairfield Township Board of Zoning Appeals will hold a public hearing regarding an amended conditional use application for Buckeye Transfer Realty, LLC at 41738 Esterly Drive, at 6:30 p.m. Monday, June 8 in the Crestview Performing Arts Center, 44100 Crestview Road. The amended application ...

Covington car parade

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More than 25 different vintage and classic vehicles from the Cruisin’ Crew and Kool Time Kruisers visited the guests at Covington Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation in East Palestine on Monday. Although the guests were unable to go outside, they were able to watch the vehicles pass by from ...

Police

Police News

County Sheriff — Deputies responded to a domestic disturbance on Valley Road, Butler Township, at 12:49 a.m. Tuesday, and found a man and woman arguing in the driveway. The couple had been out earlier but began arguing after arriving at the residence. They continued to argue until they got ...

COURT NEWS

Court News

LISBON — A New Waterford-area man charged with assaulting a police officer pleaded guilty to the charge among others in county Common Pleas Court. Jack L. Dunham Jr., 59, of Riffle, pleaded guilty as charged to assaulting a Lisbon police officer, a fourth-degree felony, resisting arrest and ...

County fair done for 2020

Local News

LISBON — Fairs around the state have had tough decisions to make regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. On one hand, the state is taking steps to get back to a sense of normalcy. On the other hand, the health of the residents of the county is the first priority. With the county fair getting ...

Pleas Court

Court News

New Cases Shannon C. Boyce of Lisbon v. Robert D. Boyce of Lisbon; divorce sought. Docket Entries Teresa E. Cope of Salem v. Carol R. Cope of Salem; marriage dissolved. Freedom Mortgage Corp. v. Thomas W. Marple, et al; property on West Eighth Street, Salem, sold at foreclosure sale to ...

Rumored antifa protest in county fails to materialize

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LISBON — Local law enforcement was on a heightened state of alert Wednesday because of a social media post indicating antifa was planning to visit Lisbon, East Liverpool and Wellsville. Antifa has been participating in the protests and riots that have swept the nation in response to the ...