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Be alert as children return to school

August 25, 2013 There’s one thing perhaps that slips our minds this time of year — school bus safety. Schools opened last week for St. more »»

Residents need to get involved

August 24, 2013 From what we gather, it takes the involvement of the community to legally rid itself of a nuisance property. more »»

Transfer of property right move for city

August 9, 2013 It’s in the best interest of the city of East Liverpool to transfer the Riverview Florist property to the Community Improvement Corp. A no-brainer, actually. more »»

Look twice, save a life

August 8, 2013 We are sure many of you are aware of the fact there have been far too many vehicular accidents involving Columbiana County residents this summer, the majority of which seem to have involved... more »»

Concentrate on the betterment of our students

August 2, 2013 How many more times must we read about an East Liverpool Board of Education meeting where board members don’t seem to get along? We get it! You don’t like each other! And you know what? You don’t... more »»

Witnesses are key in combating area crime

August 1, 2013 Our communities have been experiencing a rash of gun-related incidents, the most recent occurring in Wellsville in which two suspects were almost instantly apprehended. more »»

Applause for animal rescue

July 17, 2013 Some may question why two Wellsville police officers risked possible serious injury to rescue two adult dogs and five puppies from a burning home in the villag. more »»

Support for Thompson Park evident

July 16, 2013 Based on the last few weeks of voting in Coca-Cola’s “Take it to the Park” campaign, it appears Thompson Park most likely will end the contest in fourth place. more »»

CIC did right by issuing loan

July 11, 2013 East Liverpool is many things, but what it’s not is a booming city. A walk through the downtown streets will show many empty storefronts. There aren’t too many new businesses popping up these days. more »»

Make this a safe Fourth

July 4, 2013 Safety is a big issue around the holidays, especially the Fourth of July. We believe this summertime holiday is associated with two things — fireworks and travel. more »»

Thompson Park needs your vote

June 26, 2013 Those who enjoy what Thompson Park has to offer are making it known — in a big way — nationally. On June 10, park Superintendent J.C. more »»

Join in area effort during River Sweep

June 15, 2013 The annual River Sweep is set for this morning at Hancock County locations along the Ohio River, including Chester City Park, Kennedy Marina & Campground, Edgewater Park and Swanee Landing. more »»

Something for everyone at Festival

June 13, 2013 There’s something for the entire family to enjoy during the 46th edition of the Tri-State Pottery Festiva. more »»

Become a blood donor

June 12, 2013 Here’s two basic words with an essential meaning: Donate blood. more »»

Participate in ‘Get outdoors’ on Saturday

June 7, 2013 Here’s a family idea — drop the remote, put down the cell phone, unplug the Xbox, stop posting on Facebook and leave the house. Why? Saturday is National Get Outdoors Day. more »»

Communities need to fight drug problem

June 2, 2013 We commend two Wellsville men who organized a meeting Thursday about the ongoing drug problem in the village. Our area needs more people like JC Coulter and Charles Franklin. more »»

Today's area observances

May 27, 2013 We urge area residents to get out today and support the area Memorial Day services. more »»

Good luck to our area h.s. graduates

May 26, 2013 Here’s a congratulations and good luck wish to our area’s 2013 high school graduates. more »»

Be safe on waterways this season

May 25, 2013 The Memorial Day weekend is the traditional start to the summer boating season, and the Ohio River is sure to see its share of watercraft these next three days. more »»

City Council needs to do its homework

May 19, 2013 Foreclosures are a problem facing many communities throughout this country. East Liverpool is not unique to the issue. more »»

 
 

 

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