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Liverpool Township fire under investigation

April 26, 2015 LaCROFT — Firefighters from three departments responded early Saturday morning to a fire in a house which has been the target of vandalism and “hate crimes” in recent weeks, according to its owners. more »»

Mayoral decision

April 26, 2015 EAST LIVERPOOL — Incumbent Mayor James P. Swoger is being challenged for the Democratic nomination in the May primary by former city council member Brian E. Ker. more »»

First ‘Walk 4 Autism’ attracts 150 to park

April 26, 2015 EAST LIVERPOOL — Saturday turned out to be a perfect day for a walk in the park for an important caus. more »»

City voters asked to support police protection levy

April 26, 2015 EAST LIVERPOOL — Voters are being asked to support a 4-mill police protection levy on May 5 that city officials said is needed to keep the police department operating at optimum levels. more »»

Democrats to select 3 nominees from 5 candidates

April 26, 2015 EAST LIVERPOOL – Five people are seeking the Democratic nod for three council-at-large seats in the May 5 election, including the three incumbents. more »»

County sales tax up for renewal

April 26, 2015 LISBON — Thank heavens for the county sales taxes! Although Columbiana County commissioners have never put it exactly that way, they undoubtedly agree. more »»

Yellow Creek Township seeks road levy

April 26, 2015 WELLSVILLE—The Yellow Creek Township Board of Trustees are asking township residents to support a 5-year, 2 Mill Road Equipment-Maintenance Levy in the coming May 5 election Trustees say the... more »»

Madison Township voters to decide on road equipment levy

April 26, 2015 WEST POINT — Residents in Madison Township will have a second opportunity to decide whether or not to approve a road equipment levy. The levy on the ballot May 5 will be a new 5-year, 1. more »»


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Salineville woman pleads guilty to stealing from Girl Scouts

April 25, 2015 LISBON — A Salineville-area woman pleaded guilty to using a Girl Scouts of America bank card to withdraw $15,176 from the organization’s account to purchase a puppy, among other things. Denise D. more »»

Nightclub goes to court to regain all-nude status

April 25, 2015 CHESTER—A Chester nightclub is going to court to regain its status as the only all-nude bar in the country. more »»

Ohio chief justice to speak at police memorial ceremony

April 25, 2015 Law enforcement officers who gave their lives in the line of duty will be honored as the Fraternal Order of Police Quaker Lodge 88 will host its annual Peace Officers Memorial Service beginning at... more »»

Pizza fundraiser nets plenty of dough

April 25, 2015 HAMMONDSVILLE — An annual pizza kit sale to benefit music and other projects at Stanton Elementary has managed to raise even more dough for improvements. more »»

Friends of the Park group approved

April 25, 2015 LISBON — Village Council has given its approval for the creation of a Friends of the Park group to help maintain the park. more »»

Area Briefing

April 25, 2015 Bridge deck repairs planned NEW PHILADELPHIA — State Route 7 northbound at Wellsville will be reduced to one lane next week for bridge deck repairs. more »»

Council agrees to repair as many streets as budget allows

April 25, 2015 LISBON — Village Council decided to go all in and repair as many streets as it can afford this year. more »»

Community comes together to beautify cemetery

April 24, 2015 WELLSVILLE—What began as a way for a native Wellsville resident to honor the memory of his friend has grown into a community project to honor loved one’s who have passed by beautifying their final... more »»

Oak Glen class wins $5,000 grant

April 24, 2015 NEW MANCHESTER—From a contest about real-world finances, Jennifer Molish’s students got a very otherworldly reward. more »»



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