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Painting party

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A painting party was held at Madison Trinity Church, West Point, as a fundraiser for shipping costs for the Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Ministry. Fifteen painters gathered to create a tranquil landscape. Plans for another party will be made for later this year. (Submitted photo)

West Virginia man gets 18 months in child abuse case

Local News

LISBON — A West Virginia man was sentenced to 18 months in prison on Thursday morning during a sentencing hearing for three counts of permitting child abuse in an abuse case involving his then 4-year-old son. Jeffery A. Jackson, 31, Colliers, W.Va., had initially been facing charges of ...

Southern Local Jr./Sr. High School Honor Roll

School News

All A’s 7th Grade: Justus Black, Natalie DeSellem, Alexis Enginger, Lillian Patterson, Tyler Rawlings, Spencer Verzella. 8th Grade: Austin Franket, Payton Hersman, Nicholas Sabbato, William Tribelo. 9th Grade: Sebastian Bach, Silas Black, Mason Dalehite, Andrew DeSellem, Emily Flannery, ...

SALEM SUPER CRUISE

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From left, Jim Kistler talks about his 1964 Studebaker Avanti to East Liverpool residents Will Hoyt, Pete Lovejoy and Jamie Lovejoy during the Salem Super Cruise. The Ohio Region Studebaker Drivers Club displayed a lineup of Studebakers on South Lundy on Saturday. (Photo by Mary Ann Greier)

LaCroft Elementary holds Career Day

Community News

EAST LIVERPOOL — LaCroft Elementary in East Liverpool, recently participated in a building-wide Community Career Day. All grade levels, K-4th grades, had the opportunity to visit with representatives in various career settings. The representatives discussed with the students what their ...

BLHS PROM KING & QUEEN

Community News

Beaver Local High School held their Prom May 3, 2019, at Stambaugh Auditorium in Youngstown. The theme was “The Odyssey”. Chosen by the Junior Class of 2020, the King and Queen were Mr. Tate Joseph and Miss Corrigan Larson. (Submitted photo)

Judge rules against GM’s dismissal request

Local News

LORDSTOWN — A federal court judge has denied General Motors’ request to dismiss a lawsuit that claims the automaker violated its contract with United Auto Workers by not sending workers, including several hundred from Lordstown, to work at a plant in Indiana. The UAW claims GM broke the ...

Tops 1957

Community News

WELLSVILLE — TOPS 1957 of Wellsville met on June 4, at the Living Well Church, with leader Peggy Kiddey opening the meeting with pledges, roll call and then Diane Carnegie led the group in prayer. TOPS best loser was Janice Monte. Barb M. won the dimes and Connie Hissam won the raffle that ...

Can’t pick just one

Local News

CHESTER—Just like there is no crying in baseball, one cannot predetermine inventory if one is a baker staffing National Doughnut Day. It is truly a guessing name, explained a local pastry shop owner. When asked about the area’s top favorite most people pointed across the Ohio border to ...