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Williams seeks St. Clair seat

Editor’s note: Submitted material from St. Clair Township Trustees candidate Jordan G. Williams was inadvertently omitted from a pre-election story appearing in the Wednesday edition of The Review. CALCUTTA — Jordan G. Williams is one of five candidates running for St. Clair Township ...

Bank foundation shows its support for the community

WEIRTON — It all started with a $1 million contribution and a mission to give back. In the 20 years since, the Hancock County Savings Bank Charitable Foundation has distributed $867,589 to more than 145 local service and support organizations in an effort to assist their work throughout the ...

Sheriff’s Office to X-ray candy

NEW CUMBERLAND W.Va. — The Hancock County Sheriff’s Office is opening up the courthouse to trick or treaters. For the fifth year there will be two sheriff’s deputies sending candy through the X-ray machine to check for foreign objects. “Thank goodness we haven’t found anything, but ...

Golf course auction set for Saturday

GUILFORD LAKE — Golfers have been making their last rounds around Twin Springs Golf Course before Saturday’s auction. “That’s what they’re saying, ‘We want to play it one last time,’” owner Scott Morris said. “I hope it’s not. But you have no clue what is going to ...

FRUIT FARM TOUR

Garfield first grade students from Wellsville recently enjoyed a field trip to White House Fruit Farms. While at the fruit farms, students were given a guided tour and learned about growing pumpkins, cross pollinating trees to create new apples, growing strawberries and that it takes 36 apples ...

McNicol, Guest vie for county municipal judge

LISBON — Judge Tim McNicol has been on the bench at Columbiana County Municipal Court since he was appointed in March 2018, but he will have to defeat challenger Heaven Guest on Nov. 5 if he wants to stay there. McNicol said he has found Municipal Court as a nice change from his previous ...

Former official sells road levy in St. Clair

CALCUTTA — A former St. Clair Township road supervisor was on hand Tuesday afternoon to make one last ditch pitch for the township’s 2 mill road levy. During the township’s regular meeting, Terry McDevitt reinforced the township’s need for the levy. St. Clair Township is ...

BWD, Yellow Creek reach agreement

WELLSVILLE — The Buckeye Water District and Yellow Creek Township trustees have reached an agreement for the repair of a township road damaged as part of a BWD project. The BWD board on Tuesday agreed to turn over $182,000 to the trustees for repair of Sixteen School Road. The figure ...

Five seek St. Clair Township trustee seat

CALCUTTA — St. Clair Township will have a new trustee on its three-member board in 2020. That is a given. Five residents will be seeking to replace Jim Hall, who is not seeking re-election to his seat in November. Katheryn Beaver, Doug Blaner, Greg Hall, Kenneth Olmstead and Jordan ...

Three look to fill trustee seat in Liverpool Township

LaCROFT — Longtime Liverpool Township trustee Keith Burke faces a challenge for re-election to the post he has held for two decades. Township residents Brian Miller and Steve Betteridge have filed petitions to pursue the seat, which is up for grabs in November. Burke said that his goal ...