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E. Palestine mayor directed to pursue options for offices

The Taggart building is too big and too costly to heat and cool, city officials said. EAST

Victims of family violence remembered

The shelter receives between 800 and 1,000 crisis and referral calls a year. LISBON — Linda

At Westminster, financial expert talks crisis

The Citibank officer said we are all responsible for the economic breakdown. NEW WILMINGTON,

Teachers, board have tentative pact

East Palestine teachers have been working without a contract since June 30. EAST PALESTINE —

Teachers, board set contract talks today

The superintendent says the district can’t afford what the teachers want. EAST PALESTINE —

Rock-star pro promotes own magic

MIDLAND, Pa. — Name a rock star, any rock star, and chances are Pete Bennett will have a story or

East Palestine board threatens action if teachers picket meeting

The teachers have been without a contract since June 30. EAST PALESTINE — The school board has

Songwriter tunes into threefold mission

Mitch McVicker takes his faith on tour. GIRARD — Singer/songwriter Mitch McVicker hopes to

E. Palestine looks to buy new generator

Council will consider renting city-owned property to put up a cell phone tower. EAST PALESTINE

Troupe presents Greek dances

Outfits can reflect the dancer’s family, marital or economic status. NORTH LIMA — Step by

Power outage delays asbestos removal

COLUMBIANA — Fairfield Township officials said asbestos removal at the building next to the township

Beaver Township seeks new assistant fire chief

The chief says he will make a recommendation after the application process. NORTH LIMA —

East Palestine OKs move for possible sale of Taggart building

The building’s sale price is $82,000. EAST PALESTINE — The city thinks it may have a buyer for

Osborne named fire chief

The new chief has been with the department 10 years. NORTH LIMA — Beaver Township trustees

7 to be inducted into East Palestine hall of fame

The induction ceremony will take place Sept. 6 in the high school cafeteria. EAST PALESTINE —

East Palestine Hall of Fame to induct new members

EAST PALESTINE — School officials agreed early on not to limit induction into the East Palestine

Work slated to start on bridge in New Castle

The old bridge dates back to the early 1900s. NEW CASTLE, Pa. — City residents can bid

East Palestine plans for all-school reunion

The last all-school alumni event was three years ago. EAST PALESTINE — The All-School Reunion

East Palestine chamber seeks project volunteers

Nearly 50 people attended the revamped chamber’s second meeting. EAST PALESTINE — The new

For team, the sky isn’t always the limit

Two members are from the Mahoning Valley. EAST PALESTINE — Members of the U.S. Parachute Team

U.S.Parachute Team trains at Unity Township facility

EAST PALESTINE — Members of the United States Parachute Team cite various reasons for taking up the

Food, fun to abound at Beaver Township event

The day will feature roasted corn and hot dogs. NORTH LIMA — Area groups, businesses, churches

Beaver Twp. could lose housing money

It costs homeowners nothing to apply for or to participate in the program. NORTH LIMA — Beaver

Ex-fire chief recognized

NORTH LIMA — Beaver Township trustees have recognized former fire Chief Gary Borman for nearly 10

Mayor urges cleanup effort in New Castle

Property maintenance is already required by city law. NEW CASTLE, Pa. — Mayor Anthony

Trustees hire for work on old Fairfield school

The township can soon move forward with its plan to demolish all or a portion of the building.

New Castle seeks plans for police station study

The city is looking at selling its sewer lines to the New Castle Sanitation Authority. NEW

New Castle hires first finance officer

The new official had served as controller for a Lawrence County agency. NEW CASTLE, Pa. — The

Beaver Township fire secretary to work 2 more hours per week

Trustees promoted a part-time police officer to full-time status. NORTH LIMA — Beaver

Fairfield begins project bidding

It would cost about $130,000 to convert a building into a township hall. COLUMBIANA —

Unity Township makes public records more accessible

The public can get copies of records for 5 cents a page. EAST PALESTINE — Unity Township

Strategic plan gets board OK

The plan calls for better communication among parents, teachers and administrators. EAST

E. Palestine couple works to improve city

The couple is working to re-energize the chamber of commerce. EAST PALESTINE — Don and Dianna

4-H group servesSFlbbreakfast for vets

More than 40 local veterans and their families came out for the event. EAST PALESTINE — For

Preserve provides lesson in nature

The educational series is the first of its kind at the nature preserve. EAST LEWISTON — Beaver

Council increases price to swim in city pool

Council agreed to meet just once a month over the summer. EAST PALESTINE — The cost of

East Palestine Day of Giving draws 400

Families, youth groups and others were among the community volunteers. EAST PALESTINE —

Eat smarter and cheaper

OU DON’T NEED A PHD INECOnomics to know that you’re getting walloped at the grocery store. Let the

Dog Days group seeks volunteers for event

A luncheon also is planned for the cleanup volunteers. EAST PALESTINE — The East Palestine Dog

City eyes land sale

A deal could be done in the next two to three months. YOUNGSTOWN — The financially ailing


OHIO Union headquarters to be moved to the Dayton area DAYTON — A Washington, D.C.-based union

In Poland, wellness walks work

The walking program conforms with the school district’s wellness policy. POLAND — Pupils,


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Lawmakers to address housing crisis

The House bill seeks to amend legislation already passed by the Senate. WASHINGTON — The House

Avalon fees

Avalon fees Pay to play Membership plans for Avalon Golf and Country Club, which includes three


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Scarlett Johansson confirms engagement

Scarlett Johansson confirms engagement NEW YORK — Hours after confirming her engagement to Ryan

Owner of boarded-up club sues Warren

The bar owner says city has been harassing him since 2002. WARREN — The owner of a closed


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