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HOLIDAY TABLE CONTEST

Local News

The Museum of Ceramics announced the winners in the fourth annual The Holiday Table contest and exhibit. Megan Hernandez won Best Holiday Table for her table, Hogwart’s Trolley Cart. Judy Fannin took Best of Show for Fowl Weather Picnic and Jennifer Bryan won Best Depiction of Local Pottery ...

County approves escrow account for jail bonds

Local News

LISBON — County Commissioners are placing $2.48 million from its hefty 2019 carryover balance into an escrow account to make the jail construction bond payments over the next four years. Commissioners made the transfer on Wednesday without comment, but afterwards Commissioner Mike Halleck ...

Chamber gathering focuses on economic revitalization

Local News

EAST LIVERPOOL — Several weeks ago, Mayor Greg Bricker addressed a small crowd gathered at Venture Real Estate’s office in downtown to hear about the strategic changes and groundbreaking improvements that have come to the city. Bricker shared the progress and plans on Oct. 23 during the ...

This month’s spotlight highlights Cosmetology, Construction Tech

School News

The ongoing pandemic has impacted the way schools in the county proceed with their normal daily activities.  This means that it is uncertain when schools will be able to welcome visitors back into their buildings.  The Review, Morning Journal and Salem News have partnered with The Columbiana ...

EL awaits bank rebirth as downtown restaurant

Local News

EAST LIVERPOOL — Analysis show that one of every four restaurants fail in their business, and that isn’t when opening their doors amidst a pandemic. The masterminds behind Renovatio’s Taproom and Restaurant are determined not to become just another statistic. Although it has been a ...

East Liverpool Hospital nurses go on strike

Local News

The sounds of "Come Together" by the Beatles and the supportive horns of passing motorists rang through the air by East Liverpool City Hospital Saturday morning, as nurses' union members were in the initial hours of their promised three-day strike. With sign-toting marchers at both the main ...

Inmate pleads guilty to intimidation

Police & Courts

LISBON — A local incarcerated man pleaded guilty to intimidation for allegedly threatening someone who was scheduled to testify against him in a jury trial in December of 2018. Keith Dishler, 24, who is currently at the Trumbull Correctional Institution, serving a two-year sentence for ...

Real Estate

Business

Elkrun Township American Health Care to Harold Feezle and David Smith, home at 41461 Miller Road; $36,000 Liverpool Township Liverpool Township trustees to Devin and Emily Martin, exempt property at 353 Ada Ave. Salem Fawzi Abdlrasul, trustee, to Laci Spiker and Dirk Stratton, home on ...

Time for giving thanks

Community News

There is a children’s picture book, The Berenstain Bears and the Prize Pumpkin.Through the story, all Papa Bear can think about is besting his friend, Farmer Ben, in the great pumpkin contest. Farmer Ben has a pumpkin farm. He has won every year for about ten years. Mama Bear repeatedly ...

County confirms 108 new virus cases

Local News

LISBON — With more than 100 new coronavirus cases over the past 24 hours in Columbiana County, the County Health Department continues to urge residents to take steps to reduce their risks of the virus especially with the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday. Since Thursday, the positive COVID-19 ...