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Trustee suggests traffic change

Local News

LaCROFT — Nearly three years after becoming a one-way street, Liverpool Township trustees may consider returning Boring Lane back to two-way traffic. During Monday’s meeting, Trustee Chairman Mike Bahen brought up the suggestion about switching Boring Lane from one-way back to a two-way ...

Board OK’s new roof, heating system for Garfield Elementary

Local News

WELLSVILLE — The Wellsville Board of Education has decided on a new roofing and heating system for Garfield Elementary, and now plans shift to who will do the work. During a special meeting last week, the board approved two options with architecting firm Buehrer Group Architecture and ...

HPAC holding 5K walk for obesity awareness

Local News

SALINEVILLE — The Southern Local High School Health Professions Affinity Community (HPAC) organization will hold a special event this month to address the important topic of obesity awareness and is calling on community members to take a step for health. Organized by member Harmony Black, ...

Commission seeks bids for mowing

Local News

By STEVE RAPPACH srappach@reviewonline.com NEW CUMBERLAND - The Hancock County Commission is seeking local companies to mow several county-owned properties this summer. During Thursday’s meeting, the commission approved the advertisement for the five 2018 grass bid packages. ...

Report: Heavy rain kept road crew busy

Local News

WEST POINT — With the long period of heavy rain experienced over the past couple weeks, Madison Township’s road crew remained busy with several washouts, according to foreman Gary Mitchell. In his report during Wednesday’s meeting with township trustees, Mitchell reported several areas ...

BPA approves replacing broken water pumps

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LISBON — Three of the six pumps used to provide water for village customers are broken, and the Board of Public Affairs decided to replace them even though it will leave them with only $10,000 should any other emergencies occur. Senior water plant operator Chris Peterson reported at this ...

Senate votes; West Virginia teachers say strike won’t end

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Unions representing West Virginia teachers and service personnel said Saturday that they will stay out on strike after the state Senate voted to cut the 5 percent pay raise they had negotiated with Gov. Jim Justice. In a joint statement, the American Federation of Teachers-West Virginia, West ...

One injured in head-on collision

Local News

PERRY TWP. — A citation for failure to control remains pending following a head-on collision Friday morning that left one man injured after being ejected through the back window of his brother’s Jeep which hit a slippery spot on the U.S. Route 62 bypass just north of Benton Road. The 2006 ...

East Liverpool Municipal

Police & Courts

In East Liverpool Municipal Court Friday, George W. Petties, 33, Echo Dell Road, East Liverpool, was fined $150 for possession of marijuana. Dylan M. Quimby, 20, St. Clair Avenue, East Liverpool, was fined $150 for possession of marijuana. A revocation hearing was scheduled for March 29 for ...

Columbiana County Property Transfers

Business

Butler Township Hidden Creek of Route 62 LLC to Jeff and Marianne Johnson, 1.4 acres on Woodside Drive; $36,900. Center Township David and Sheri Beverly to Kaydee Holdings, home and 2.2 acres on state Route 45; $149,000. Columbiana Jonathon Corvino to Phillip and Jaime Garuccio, home on ...