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Bridget Rayl makes mark as a maker

EAST LIVERPOOL — Bridget Rayl is a busy woman especially at holiday time. Her family owns Rayl’s Market on Second Street, a neighborhood store reminiscent of the mom-and-pop corner shops that are such a rarity these days. That barely scratches the surface of Rayl’s talents. An ...

HOLIDAY CHICKENS

East Liverpool police officer Jay Lane spent his Monday afternoon gifting chickens to city families for the Thanksgiving holiday, after a resident gifted the police department 25 birds for that purpose. Pictured, Lane gives a chicken to Chrissy Kendall for her family. (Submitted photo)

Five displaced by Wellsville blaze

WELLSVILLE — A structure fire swept through a village triplex, destroying it Monday night. Fire Chief Barry Podwel reported Wednesday that the home, which is owned by Frank and Marsha Delligatti, was located at 800 Broadway. Two of the apartments had adult residents, Jonathan Pulley and ...

Two more deaths; auditor reacts to rising COVID numbers

LISBON — The county auditor announced Wednesday it would be closing again to the public due to increasing number of residents testing positive for COVID-19. Meanwhile, the county health department reported Wednesday two more people died from the virus — a 43-year-old man and a ...

EL court set for limited reopening Nov. 30

EAST LIVERPOOL — East Liverpool Municipal Court is set to reopen at 8 a.m. Monday. Defendants, witnesses, attorneys and law enforcement officers shall be permitted in the court, according to Judge Dominic Frank. However, no family members will be permitted as city hall remains closed to the ...

FOOD DONATION

Ohio Valley College of Technology senior and freshman nursing students recently collected non perishable food to donate to F.I.S.H. They have also taken 30 names off the local Salvation Army angel tree. Pictured are Kristen Bean, Richard DeLeon, Tiffany Chilton, and Tesla Cooper. (Submitted ...

Local volunteers build beds for area children in need

LISBON — Recently, members of the local chapter of Sleep in Heavenly Peace met at First United Methodist Church in Lisbon to work on their construction skills. Junior Harr and Ryan Smith serve as the co-presidents, leading volunteers through training on Nov. 15 to refine their bed building ...

County awards grants to 30 small businesses

LISBON — Thirty more small businesses and two community organizations were awarded grants funded by county commissioners with a portion of their federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security aid. Commissioners approved the 32 grants totaling $272,862 as part of $1.88 million in ...

Indictment issued in 2019 shooting death in Wellsville

LISBON — A Wellsville man accused in the shooting death of his 26-year-old girlfriend while her small children were in the home has been charged with the murder more than a year after her death. Terrance Haywood, 27, Chester Avenue, Wellsville, was served a secret indictment on Monday, ...

EL schools remain virtual into new year

EAST LIVERPOOL — City school students will remain on virtual learning districtwide into next year, Superintendent Jonathan Ludwig announced Tuesday. The move is the result of Columbiana County recently hitting red status, meaning there are a high incidence of positive COVID test results ...