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DeWine extends school closure to at least May 1

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COLUMBUS — Gov. Mike DeWine on Monday extended the Ohio schools’ shutdown order until May 1 to help slow the spread of the coronavirus, while a federal judge said a state ban on elective surgery was unconstitutional if it prevented abortions from being carried out. A look at virus-related ...

South Range board will continue paying its non-teaching employees

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BEAVER TOWNSHIP — South Range non-teaching employees will continue to be paid during the COVID-19 related closure. The school board Monday night agreed to retain employment and compensation of all regularly employed non-teaching worker and contractors through the period ending April 30 and ...

WV governor orders quarantine for virus hotspot travelers

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. — People traveling to West Virginia from coronavirus hotspots must quarantine for two weeks upon arrival or risk criminal charges, Gov. Jim Justice ordered Monday. The executive order from Justice, a Republican, mandates that people entering the state from New York, New ...

COMMUNITY CALENDAR

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Assume all class luncheons, church and club activities and other events have been canceled. The only new cancellation reported was the National Day of Prayer Committee meeting at L&B Donuts in East Liverpool on April 3. Cancellations reported at the end of last week were Salem Township ...

County Briefing

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Negley Masons to serve fish The Negley Masonic Lodge, 50873 Richardson Ave., will be having a fish fry from 4-7 p.m. Friday. The cost is $10 and the menu consists of fried or baked fish, french fries or mac and cheese, cole slaw, roll, drink and dessert. Call ahead of time at ...

Extra charge added to ELO case

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LISBON — An East Liverpool man accused of a shooting incident on Green Lane in the fall of 2018 appeared for a status conference in Common Pleas Court on Monday, which also served as an arraignment for a superseding secret indictment. William Earl Show, 39, Green Lane — who had been ...

Flooding rains, wind delivers another blow in Calcutta

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CALCUTTA — As Calcutta businesses hadn’t seen enough loss with seeing the decrease in revenue recently from the quarantine, Mother Nature delivered a double whammy Saturday night, flooding the downtown area and causing additional property damage to the already strained vendors. A storm ...

Police

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Salem — Loud music was reported at 1:02 a.m. Sunday at the corner of Highland and East State and at 12:38 a.m. Sunday in the 600 block of Woodland. In both cases, residents were told to turn it down. — Cheryl German, 32, and Shawn Reynolds, 28, both of 970 Prospect St., were each ...

County’s COVID count reaches 11

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As of Sunday morning, the Columbiana County General Health District reported that the county had 11 positive COVID-19 cases, which was an increase from the previous total of 10. Age ranges of these cases is 23 to 92 years old and according to the Ohio Department of Health, the number of ...