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Salem fire chief named zoning officer for Perry

July 14, 2015 SALEM — Perry Township trustees named Salem Fire Chief Jeff Hughes as the new part-time zoning officer for the township, effective Aug. . more »»

State rep gets first-hand look at an OVCT education

July 14, 2015 CALCUTTA — A second member of state government got an opportunity to see what students at a local technical college will work towards in the future. State Rep. more »»

ELO school board’s bus garage decision stuck in concrete for now

July 14, 2015 EAST LIVERPOOL — A special meeting may be called by the city school board to make a decision on construction of a concrete pad for the bus garage after the matter was left tabled by board members... more »»

Twice a thief, allegedly

July 14, 2015 Chester, W.Va., police want to question this man (in the Pirates hat) in connection with the theft of two donation containers from Chaney’s Sunoco at 4:25 a.m. Saturda. more »»

Scam alert

July 14, 2015 Wellsville police are warning residents about a telephone scam that has hit the area. The scammers are identifying themselves as “IRS agents” and “Microsoft Windows representatives. more »»

County Briefing

July 14, 2015 School help needed in Palestine East Palestine Social Concern will provide school supplies for needy families in the East Palestine School District at the Social Concern office at the Centenary... more »»

Gator snapper

July 13, 2015 Morning Journal/Patti Schaeffer Jungle Bob was the star of the Crestview-Columbiana ADAPT Leadership Team’s fifth annual Family Fest at Firestone Park Saturday. more »»

Senior services levy sought

July 13, 2015 LISBON — Voter approval is being sought for a new levy that will provide expanded adult protective services to those 60 and older. Columbiana County commissioners agreed last week to place a . more »»

World War II soldier’s words finally are heard

July 13, 2015 MINERVA — John J. Mohn faced death more than once and each time it eluded him. It began in February of 1941 when Mohn was required to enlist during the peacetime draft. more »»

Dayton Dragons groundskeeper has a special assistant

July 13, 2015 DAYTON (AP) — The Dayton Dragons have a star this season who is faster than Billy Hamilton, more acrobatic than Ozzie Smith, and who certainly wears the “Doggie” tag better than the so-nicknamed... more »»

Winona Ruritans

July 13, 2015 WINONA — The Winona Ruritans met June 23 at the Saxon Club for Ladies Appreciation Night and the steak fry with 24 members and 28 guests present. Rich Mumford, president, presided and Elmer . more »»

Steamboat could return to rivers if OK’d by Congress

July 13, 2015 CINCINNATI — The historic Delta Queen steamboat could once again carry passengers on overnight river trips if Congress approves legislation recently introduced by Ohio’s two U.S. more »»

Retailer offering E-ZPass device

July 13, 2015 The Associated Press BEREA — Ohio Turnpike officials say access to a device allowing motorists to breeze through turnpike tolls will be easier now that the E-ZPass transponders are available at... more »»

Twice in one year

July 12, 2015 Hanover Township firefighters had just secured their gear and some had gotten home following the annual fireman’s parade during the first day of the Peddler’s Day festival weekend when they were... more »»

Another boost of cash for 911

July 12, 2015 LISBON — Columbiana County commissioners have approved spending another $167,331 as part of the upgrade of the countywide 911 system. more »»

Four different routes available for U.S. 30 project

July 12, 2015 LISBON — A study commissioned by the group seeking to revive the U.S. Route 30 project presented them with four possible routes, two more than originally proposed. more »»

New thrift store offers more than just bargains

July 12, 2015 EAST PALESTINE — Two non-profit organizations are working together to create a store that will serve multiple purposes. more »»

East Liverpool author still has hope for river town

July 12, 2015 EAST LIVERPOOL — Not surprisingly, Cathy Seckman’s new book about East Liverpool opens with a black-and-white photo of an early pottery. The fact that East Liverpool (Arcadia Publishing, $2. more »»

Wellsville officers pay to rent radios

July 12, 2015 WELLSVILLE — Rumors regarding Wellsville police paying for new radios out of their own pockets were confirmed during Tuesday’s Village Council meetin. more »»



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