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Chester water finances clearing up

August 23, 2015 CHESTER—The city of Chester hopes that a renegotiated cellphone tower lease will improve the financial outlook for the Water and Sewer Departmen. more »»

Beaver Local School District announces dates for community Open House

August 23, 2015 LISBON —The Beaver Local Administration is inviting the public to view their new K-12 Learning Facility, 3-5 p.m. Aug. 28; and 9-11 a.m. Aug. 29. more »»

Area Briefing

August 23, 2015 Boil order in effect EAST LIVERPOOL — There will be a precautionary boil order effecting all customers on Jackman St. west of Lincoln Ave., the north side of Ogden St. west of Lincoln Ave., Peake S. more »»

All fossil fuels under attack

August 23, 2015 WHEELING — While coal industry officials ponder how to cope with the Clean Power Plan’s mandatory 32 percent reductions by the year 2030 for CO2 pollution, oil and natural gas companies must now fin... more »»

AEP profiting from shale expansions

August 23, 2015 BRILLIANT — Even while the electricity generator addressed new Environmental Protection Agency regulations on CO2 and mercury emissions, American Electric Power earned $40 million more from April 1... more »»

City remains without grant funding for railroad project

August 23, 2015 COLUMBIANA — The city is still without funding to put toward a proposed project that would quiet railroad crossings near a local car dealership. more »»


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State: EL records ‘unauditable’

August 22, 2015 EAST LIVERPOOL—The state auditor has declared East Liverpool’s books to be “unauditable,” but the city hopes to have the issue resolved by the end of the month. more »»

Commissioners rely on general fund for loan payment

August 22, 2015 LISBON — A significant drop in the major funding source used to repay a courthouse renovation loan is requiring Columbiana County commissioners to rely more on general fund dollars to make the loan... more »»

Lisbon man killed on PA Turnpike

August 22, 2015 GIBSONIA, Pa. — A Lisbon man who worked for R&L Carriers was killed on the Pennsylvania Turnpike Frida. more »»

Local theater shows support for non-profit organization

August 22, 2015 COLUMBIANA — A local theater is showing its support for a non-profit organization dedicated to helping those with special needs, and theater volunteers hope that support will branch out to the entir... more »»

Steelworkers rally for fair contract

August 22, 2015 WEIRTON —Approximately 300 members of the United Steelworkers Local 2911 sent a message of support to union negotiators in Pittsburgh and a demand for a fair contract to the ArcelorMittal contract... more »»

Seven fire departments battle blaze

August 21, 2015 LISBON — A Thursday morning fire that caused major damage to the Hunters Camp Road home of William “Tag” Lewis required about 30 firefighters from seven departments to bring it under control. more »»

Teachers approve contract

August 21, 2015 EAST LIVERPOOL — A mutual contract resolution reached earlier this week between the city school board and the East Liverpool Education Association (ELEA) was approved Thursday afternoon by union... more »»

Swartzmiller not running for re-election

August 21, 2015 NEW CUMBERLAND—Citing his age and his desire to do other things, Hancock County Commissioner Mike Swartzmiller said Thursday he will not be seeking a third term in office. more »»

Officer looking to be next zoning inspector

August 21, 2015 LaCROFT — With the departures of two zoning inspectors this summer, a Liverpool Township police officer is now looking to step up to the plate. more »»

Congo Corp. fined for violations

August 21, 2015 CHESTER—The state of West Virginia has settled a 7-year-old environmental case against an Ohio company that has barge unloading terminals in Chester and Newell. more »»


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Board of Health applies for water pollution funding

August 21, 2015 LISBON — The Columbiana County Health Department may once again be able to obtain funding from the Ohio Water Pollution Control Loan Fund to help correct septic issues across the county. more »»



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