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Wellsville council sees decrease in monies

Local News

WELLSVILLE — Monies owed to the village sewage department are decreasing Mayor Nancy Murray said during last week’s council meeting. She thanked Administrator Jarrod Grimm, Fiscal Officer Hoi Black and employees of the sewage department for bringing down the deficit. “When I took ...

Lisbon finances fairly steady

Local News

LISBON — The village ended 2018 with a $106,908 carryover balance in the general fund, which is about $29,000 less than the year before. The carryover balance represented the second consecutive decline but was still considerably higher than in 2014, when it dipped to a dangerously low ...

Energy Express seeks mentors, community coordinators

Business

Reading and comprehension skills are critical to success in today’s fast-paced world. Energy Express, a summer reading and nutrition program offered by WVU Extension Service and AmeriCorps, helps to ensure West Virginia’s youths keep up with those much-needed skills, particularly during the ...

Rural Recovery

Community News

NORTH ROYALTON (AP) — Jacque Jones watched as an autumn breeze sent dozens of leaves to land between rows of red peppers and eggplants. Chickens clucked at her feet. “My life couldn’t be much better,” Jones said. Jones is one of eight women who live at the Woodrow Project recovery ...

Friends & Family

Community News

Tops 1390 EAST LIVERPOOL — TOPS 1390 met on Jan. 15 at the Oakland Free Methodist Church located at 1551 Etruria Street. The meeting opened with the TOPS and KOPS pledges. Minutes and treasurer’s report from the Jan. 8 meeting were read and approved. Naomi Cowsert was the weekly best ...

SRMC Foundation announces raffle

Community News

SALEM — Now is your chance to win a two-year lease for a new 2019 Buick Encore SUV. Area residents are invited to support the Salem Regional Medical Center (SRMC) Foundation and win the two-year lease by purchasing a tax deductible car raffle ticket for a donation of $50. “For the second ...

EDISON CHOIR

Community News

Members of the Edison High School choir performed at Sienna Woods in Wintersville on Jan. 15. Among the residents in attendance was retired EHS teacher Georgia Smyth. Pictured (from left), Courtney Cooley, J.T. Pipo, Melodey Clancey, Russ Cooley, Mychi Stewart, Troy Hackathorn, Emylie Layman, ...

CCCTC DRUG FREE TEAM

Community News

The Drug Free Team, in its second year at the Columbiana County Career and Technical Center, is seeing great success again. This is evident by the continued support of The Mahoning Valley Manufacturers’ Coalition. The MVMC has always been a strong supporter of the CCCTC since the MVMC ...

COOKIES & TEA

Community News

The students of Ms. Whitney Taylor Washington’s 4th grade class served cookies and tea to each of the 2nd grade classrooms and presented Martin Luther King’s life and legacy. (Submitted photo)

Big Oak: Bond stays high for one, new council for another

Local News

LISBON — Two Cleveland men indicted as a part of the Operation Big Oak made appearances on Friday afternoon in Columbiana County Common Pleas Court. An arraignment was held before Judge Megan Bickerton for Anthony Jackson, 31, Cleveland, is one of the Jackson relatives believed to have led ...