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Bike week won’t get out of the pits

May 18, 2016 SALEM — Citing uncertainty over costs and finances, Salem Bike Week organizer Rob Johnson announced Tuesday he’s canceling the event. “We will not be having a bike week this year,” he said. more »»

Center seeking favorable bids for new building

May 18, 2016 LISBON — Center Township trustees will open bids on June 9 for a new township garage/administration building to replace the one destroyed by fire in Februar. more »»

Missing angler pleads out

May 18, 2016 LISBON — The Hanoverton area man rescuers searched for throughout the night on Sunday and early Monday pleaded guilty to making false alarms in county Municipal Court on Tuesday. James E. Artrup Jr. more »»

ESC to buy Kolby’s building as location for its gift shop

May 18, 2016 LISBON — The Reach for the Stars gift shop will be relocating this summer after the county Educational Service Center board approved the purchase of a downtown Salem location. more »»

CTC board may hire food service firm

May 18, 2016 LISBON — Determining there may be a need for the Culinary Arts program to have a full-time instructor, Columbiana County Career and Technical Center Superintendent Chuck Adkins told the board he... more »»

Longtime collectible store in Chester to be closing

May 18, 2016 CHESTER, W.Va. —Longtime Chester businesswoman Mary Lawrence has closed her downtown collectible store but says she’ll stay involved in city affairs. “We still have a lot to do in town,” she said. more »»

NYPD uses bulldozers to wreck renegade bikes

May 18, 2016 NEW YORK — Police crushed about 70 motorbikes beneath bulldozers Tuesday to send a signal to thrill-seekers who take dirt bikes and ATVs to city streets: They should be uneasy riders. more »»

Work to begin on Green fire hall addition

May 18, 2016 GREENFORD — Green Township trustees Tuesday approved funding for the fire station addition by using $60,000 from the fire fund and $60,000 from the EMS fund while separately transferring $120,000... more »»

Tuition Mission

May 18, 2016 The Tuition Mission Foundation Awards Committee (clockwise, back, from left) Jackman Vodrey, Bob Lewis, Bob Dye, Phil Kelly, Len Walker, Anne Eisenhart, Rebecca Harper, Jim Lyons, Bob Rudder, Roylin... more »»

Range track will carry Lawless name

May 18, 2016 BEAVER TOWNSHIP — The South Range school board Monday granted naming rights for the track at the proposed stadium to Lawless Industries Ltd. more »»

Wash’ville warns against being the next Niles

May 18, 2016 WASHINGTONVILLE — While a resolution to place a 3-mill operating levy on the November general election ballot was the main issue, council members went out of their way to see that it gets all the... more »»


May 18, 2016 The sound of a trumpet outside East Liverpool City Hall Tuesday afternoon drew police Captain Terry Faulkner’s attention, where he found 93-year-old Wellsville resident Don Montgomery playing “Taps”... more »»

Beaver Local NHS

May 18, 2016 New inductees into the Beaver Local chapter of the National Honor Society: (front, from left) Andrea Mick, Dominica Keller, Ilena Astianing, Aliia Oruskulova, Ella Polen, Konnor McCoy, Katelyn... more »»

Perry man seeking to hook into Salem sewage system

May 18, 2016 SALEM — A Perry Township property owner’s request for help in getting sewer service will be addressed by city council’s Utilities Committee and possibly by city council itself next week. more »»

United board gets building presentation

May 18, 2016 HANOVERTON — The United Local school board listened for over an hour to a presentation by Plug Smart, an Ohio-based company, regarding facility upgrade. more »»

Environmentalist addresses ELO with continuing concerns

May 18, 2016 EAST LIVERPOOL — The president of a local environmental group addressed city council Monday with continuing concerns about an East End company. more »»

Specially ventilated rooms can be harmful

May 18, 2016 PITTSBURGH — Specially ventilated rooms believed to be linked to a deadly mold outbreak at a Pennsylvania hospital should be avoided for patients with weakened immune systems, the U.S. more »»

Teacher sorry for comparing special needs student to Hitler

May 18, 2016 WILKES-BARRE, Pa. (AP) — A Pennsylvania school teacher has apologized for writing emails saying that accommodating a special needs student was similar to appeasing Adolf Hitler. more »»

County Briefing

May 18, 2016 Salem sets fire flow testing In conjunction with firefighters, the Salem utilities department will conduct fire flow testing beginning at 8 a.m. Thursday. more »»

Wellsville will be going after delinquent sewage customers

May 18, 2016 WELLSVILLE — Letters will go out to nearly 160 sewage customers this week whose accounts are 30 days or more delinquent, with shutoff notices to follow. more »»



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