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Ohio Loves Transit and so does Mayor Bricker

EAST LIVERPOOL — East Liverpool Mayor Greg Bricker decided that Friday was a good opportunity to give the local shuttle service a try, as the Community Action Agency of Columbiana County celebrated Ohio Loves Transit Week. Ohio lawmakers have invested $105 million in state transit system ...

Committee looks to beef up efforts for revitalization

EAST LIVERPOOL — Council’s Licensing and Economic Development committee met this week to discuss some changes that could improve their success rate for revitalization. Committee chairman John Mercer oversaw the meeting along with council members Scott Barrett and Craig Stowers. Mercer ...

The Review recognized by the Associated Press

The Review has been recognized as a finalist in the 2019 Ohio Associated Press Media Editors Contest. The 2019 section highlighted the upcoming high school football season and is a finalist for Best Sports Special Section. Awards are based on circulation classes and the actual order of ...

Two interested in SWD job

CARROLLTON — Two people so far have applied for the director job at the Solid Waste District for Columbiana, Carroll and Harrison counties. The position became vacant following the recent resignation of director Barbara Walton, who stepped down on Jan. 29, two days after a somewhat ...

Wendy’s recognized

CALCUTTA – Wendy’s Restaurant of Calcutta, Ohio, has been recognized for its long history of hiring local residents with developmental disabilities by Reach 4 More, an employment program of the Columbiana County Board of Developmental Disabilities. One such employee, Alan Ammon, was ...

New Cumberland to see a water rate increase

NEW CUMBERLAND, W.Va. — The water and sewer committee met Monday for its monthly meeting. The committee received updates on upcoming projects and equipment repairs. They were notified that city council passed a water rate increase on first reading at February’s meeting. The increase is ...

John Doe no more

EAST LIVERPOOL — Three times were the charm, as East Liverpool Municipal Court Judge Dominic Frank once again had John Doe on his docket, as he tried to get the defendant to reveal his identity. Frank finally was successful, and Aundarcio E. Jackson was John Doe no more. During a Friday ...

Whirling and twirling

WELLSVILLE — Whirling and twirling, strutting and posing to show off dresses for all formal occasions. On Feb. 7, the Tri-State Cinderella Project held a fashion show at the Center on Ninth Street. “The Tri-State Cinderella project is a place where girls can bring in their dresses to ...

Liverpool Township releases road wish list

EAST LIVERPOOL — More than seven miles of Liverpool Township roads will be chipped and sealed in 2020 if trustees have their way. During the meeting this week, trustees approved the final list, which includes portions of Stagecoach Road, Fisher Road, Broadway Circle and Carolina Avenue for ...

Wellsville looks to get a new fire truck

WELLSVILLE — The finance committee met Wednesday to discuss the 6 mill fire levy. The committee decided to split the levy to have 40 percent of revenue go to operations and the remaining 60 towards capital imrovements, like a new fire truck. Hoi Wah Black, fiscal officer, said she will ...