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No Shave November draws local police support

If encountering a police officer in one of three departments that serve the 43920 zip code, one will notice that they may look a little rough around the edges. Officers at both Liverpool and St. Clair townships and the city of East Liverpool are all participating in No Shave November, which ...

Residential property values to increase

LISBON —Residential property values in Columbiana County are expected to increase by an average of 10 percent in 2020, except for the city of Columbiana and St. Clair Township, where values will increase by 14 percent. The reason: Homes and vacant land are selling for more than what the ...

Triad Technologies partners with M.E.S.O. Inc.

CALCUTTA — Triad Technologies, LLC (Triad), a leading distributor of fluid power and automation products is partnering with M.E.S.O. Inc. to open a ParkerStore in Calcutta, Ohio. The Calcutta ParkerStore will be Triad’s 22nd location. M.E.S.O. is currently in the process of renovating ...

NC Finance Committee meet

NEW CUMBERLAND W.Va — The city’s finance committee met Tuesday evening. The general fund had approximately $249,000 in revenue and $206,000 in expenses for the month. At the last council meeting, council approved the October bills of $25,799, which Sara Hawkins, city clerk and financial ...

Realtor recognized

CALCUTTA — A local real estate agent recently was named to the American Institute of Real Estate Professionals’ top 10 list in the state for client satisfaction. Zachary Underwood, an agent at Tri-Ohio Realty, was recognized among by AIOREP after being nominated for the honor by either ...

Garden Club sets up Veteran’s Giving Tree

CHESTER W.Va.—The Chester Garden Club has set up a Veteran’s Giving Tree. The Christmas Tree decorated with patriotic ornaments is located in EJ’s Family Restaurant. The tree has approximately 80 tags on it. Each tag is dedicated to a specific veteran with their name and a gift list on ...

Best Practice Grants awarded

SALINEVILLE — Three Southern Local teachers and the Utica Shale Academy are the beneficiary of a combined $2,400 in 2019 Best Practice grants from the Jefferson County Educational Service Center, which will be used to benefit students. The three teachers who received $600 each are Holly ...

Ginter: House Bill 164 would protect religious freedom of all students

COLUMBUS – Legislation approved this week by the Ohio House would better protect the religious freedom of all students, regardless of their faith or beliefs. State Representative Tim Ginter (R-Salem) said the Ohio Student Religious Liberties Act of 2019 ensures that students may engage in ...

Lordstown Motors Corps. sprinting for ‘Endurance’

LORDSTOWN — Efforts to raise what Lordstown Motors Corp. CEO Steve Burns says is a number north of $300 million to repurpose the former General Motors facility into a plant for making battery-powered vehicles began in earnest when GM figuratively handed over the keys last week. That’s ...

I spy: Calcutta business provides sense of security

CALCUTTA — Who can actually say they have eyes on their property when they aren’t there? AB Security Systems’ clients can. In addition to sales and monitoring, their clients can control their entire world through the phone via their cellular phone keypad, explained Ian Braslawsce, who ...