Staff report LISBON Work begins today to repair dual bridges on U.S. Route 30 located over
By KRISTINE GILL email@example.com SALEM They don’t make car engines like they used to. Tod
16th season of free summer concerts on Central Square kicks off By D.A. WILKINSON
Staff report SALEM Rain was apparently a factor in a wreck during a race Friday as Quaker City
Schedule Party on the Plaza June 10: Opener, P.S. and Blue Collar; headliner, Graphic Pink.
About 125 people took part in the first A Walk for Hope last year, and Scott Lewis, director of Big Reach Center of Hope, hopes to have 200 walkers this year.
By D.A. WILKINSON firstname.lastname@example.org COLUMBIANA Lora and Ronald Kost of New Waterford again
By D.A. WILKINSON email@example.com LIBERTY Rain began just as the 2011 Liberty Relay for
Flood closes Rte. 422 in Trumbull County nelson High waters have closed U.S. Route 422 in
The Columbiana County Commissioners on Wednesday announced a settlement that will enable the repair of the roof of the Columbiana County Municipal Court at 38892 Saltwell Road.
The two-day economic summit called Teaming4Success that started here Monday began with a note of success.
Staff report COLUMBIANA City Atty. Daniel A. Blasdell has filed a lawsuit against a couple who
Staff report SALEM The Carroll-Columbiana-Harrison Solid Waste District will have its annual
The Salem Annual National Day of Prayer committee will have a program at noon Thursday at the Village Green at the intersection of State Street and Lincoln Avenue.
By D.A. WILKINSON firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN There is no history of cancer in Holly
By D.A. WILKINSON email@example.com SALEM One person from Salem was among those who took
By D.A. WILKINSON firstname.lastname@example.org SALEM Agi Geva has a tattoo that she said “will never be
The Salem Board of Education on Monday approved a tax abatement as part of a plan to build a new car dealership in the city.
Jim Kerr, who retired after 30 years as a Beaver Local schools biology teacher, is the curator and preservationist at Beaver Creek Wildlife Education Center, which will have a ribbon-cutting ceremony at noon Saturday for the latest addition to the facility.
The Quakertown Super Kids Race is getting ready to roll. The race will be June 11 as part of a Super Kids Day in the city.
Have you hugged a cow? You can. Or at least your children can through a program run by the 4-H at the Columbiana County Fairgrounds.
City council has approved the first of two readings on ordinances designed to improve the city’s infrastructure.
The city’s May mayoral primary comes down to a contest between two Democrat contestants.
Patty Colian and Larry Bowersock waited for Gov. John Kasich outside of Mac Trailer Manufacuring on Monday.
Kent State University at Salem will be the starting point for a new bachelor’s degree of insurance studies in the fall of 2012.
There’s something new at the Way Station. And it’s “DeVine.”
By D.A. WILKINSON email@example.com COLUMBIANA Workers in the Columbiana Village School
Staff Report YOUNGSTOWN Police have arrested two men in the armed robbery at Galaxy Seafood on
By D.A. WILKINSON firstname.lastname@example.org LISBON The Columbiana County Park District has received
Salem students were evacuated from the high school Monday morning, then went back into classes while the alarms blared for an hour.
By D.A. WILKINSON email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN A restaurant that gives food to those in need
By D.A. WILKINSON firstname.lastname@example.org LISBON Columbiana County Common Pleas Court Judge C.
By D.A. WILKINSON email@example.com LEETONIA Officials believe they have fixed the problem
In a cold wind, people gathered around the gazebo on the village square Wednesday to face a bitter reality.
Chris Carlson, an associate professor of biological sciences and horticulture technology at Kent State University at Salem, recently received the Award of Merit from the International Society of Arboriculture.
Patricia Athey, the executor of the estate of her husband, Larry Athey Sr., has been awarded a $750,000 judgement by Columbiana County Common Pleas Court Judge C. Ashley Pike.
Bitterly cold winds didn’t prevent hot protesters from showing their opposition to Gov. John R. Kasich.
“Youngstown is definitely a circus town,” Clair Ballard said Friday. You better believe it.
Salem’s Sustainable Opportunity Development Center and the Salem Area Chamber of Commerce will spearhead Columbiana County’s second economic-development program.
By D.A. WILKINSON firstname.lastname@example.org SUMMITVILLE David Johnson, chairman of the Columbiana
By D.A. WILKINSON wilkinson@vindy LISBON Columbiana County Sheriff’s Office employees will
By D.A. WILKINSON email@example.com SALEM JoAnn Johntony is fed up with Gov. John Kasich.
Kindergarten students use iPads as learning tools By D.A. WILKINSON firstname.lastname@example.org
Two weeks may change the status of the closed Timberlanes Motor Lodge and Restaurant at 544 E. Pershing St.
Columbiana has settled on a new electric rate.
By D.A, WILKINSON email@example.com LISBON Eileen Dray-Bardon brought special accessories to
From toy seller to school superintendent, Sandra DiBacco has come a long way, and the journey will continue.
By D.A. WILKINSON firstname.lastname@example.org LISBON Investigators have been unavailable to comment on
By D.A. WILKINSON email@example.com SALEM The revival of Timberlanes Motor Lodge and
Staff report SALEM Salem police and the Columbiana County Coroner’s Office are investigating the