News

WomenOnTarget

‘WOMEN ON TARGET’

Community News

A “Women On Target” class held Oct. 7 at the Chester-Newell Sportsmen Club was described as “very successful” by organizers. More than 100 women have been instructed on the education and personal training of a handgun. More classes will be held in the spring. Call Vance Squires ...

Fiscal recovery plan needs amended

Local News

WELLSVILLE — Despite taking several steps the past year to cut its deficit, village officials will now need to revise its financial recovery plan in an attempt to avoid overspending. That issue was a key concern raised Wednesday during the village’s Financial Planning and Supervision ...

East Liverpool Police Reports

Police & Courts

Called by Trisha McCune to a West Seventh Street residence about two people trying to fight her boyfriend, officers arrived in time to find a vehicle pulling out. They stopped the vehicle at the former Crawford’s Market, where they reported seeing Phillip A. Jones, 24, no address listed, ...

Level 1 Landscape and Environmental Design students show off the new tiered landscape to Brian Beight, manager of the Salem branch of The Tractor Supply Company. Pictured (front, from left) are Erin Rousch (Southern), Trista Koffel (Beaver Local), Cody Holenchick (United), Patricia Jones (Beaver Local), Megan Cusick (Southern), Beight, Kylee Estes (Salem), Bradly Rice (Salem), Jakob Graffius (Salem), and Benjamin Daniels (Wellsville); and (back) Jacob Wickline (Crestview), Mark Wilson (East Palestine), Brandon Smith (Beaver Local), Johnathan Cress (Leetonia), Wyatt McCoy (Beaver Local), Adam Ortega (East Palestine), Richie Simons (Lisbon), and Jesse McVey (Lisbon). (Submitted photo)

Students develop tiered landscape

Community News

LISBON — The Landscape and Environmental Design (LED) program at the Columbiana County Career and Technical Center received a grant in Spring 2017 in the amount of $4,500 from the Tractor Supply Company to fund a greenhouse landscape project. Since receiving the grant, a new tiered ...

Trustees vote to keep same health insurance

Local News

WELLSVILLE — With increases in insurance and few options available, Yellow Creek Township trustees have decided to keep its health insurances as is. The board on Tuesday approved a motion to continue its current insurance premiums for township employees the same — through Anthem with a ...

Highway Patrol/Lisbon Post

Police & Courts

Michael Lee Bable, East Taggart Street, East Palestine, was eastbound on Columbiana-Waterford Road in Fairfield Township at 1:50 a.m. Wednesday and hit a deer. Jean Ziegler-Barrow, 85, Kelly Park Road, Leetonia, was westbound on Columbiana-Lisbon Road in Fairfield Township at 5 p.m. Tuesday ...

Out & About

Community News

WELLSVILLE — Wellsville Elks Lodge serving wings 4:30 p.m. today. Call order in early at 330-532-9516. Carryout available. EAST LIVERPOOL — Beaver Local National Honor Society is hosting “Breakfast with Santa” 9-11:30 a.m. Dec. 2 at the school. Cost is $5 for adults and $3 for ...

Housing Authority looks into RAD program

Local News

EAST LIVERPOOL — With an estimated $26 billion needed nationwide to repair and renovate public housing, Congress has created a program that could help housing authorities address those costs on a local level. At this week’s meeting of the Columbiana-Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA) ...

Lisbon Police Reports

Police & Courts

The cleaning lady at Consumers National Bank reported there was a man walking around outside hunched over and wearing a ball cap and bulky coat at 8 p.m. Monday. When she looked outside he looked back and gave her a big “cheesy” wave. Police checked the area but did not come across the ...

EL woman sentenced for distributing heroin

Local News

WHEELING, W.Va. — An East Liverpool woman charged with distributing heroin near Allison Elementary in Chester is headed to prison. Michelle Green, 48, was sentenced Wednesday in U.S. District Court to 46 months incarceration for heroin distribution, according to information released by ...