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May 2, 2016 Four-year-old Ruby Kistler and her dad Josh do a little fishing on Mirror Lake at Firestone Park in Columbiana. more »»

Lawmakers take the lead on lead

May 2, 2016 LISBON — State Rep. Tim Ginter has joined the ranks of other local legislators by introducing a bill seeking to address water testing problems of the sort that came to light in Sebrin. more »»

Unity fire station revived

May 2, 2016 UNITY — The Unity Township fire station that hasn’t been used for nearly 14 years is being revived and will function as a satellite location for two area department. more »»

Hellbender Bluff, geese have attention of SWCD

May 2, 2016 LISBON —The Columbiana County Soil and Water Conservation District’s Pete Conkle paid another one of his periodic visits to county commissioners, attending last week’s meeting to update them on what... more »»

Bank robbery suspects nabbed at Mountaineer

May 2, 2016 NEWELL, W.Va. — Two men accused of robbing a bank in Youngstown were arrested in Hancock County over the weekend, the U.S. Marshals Service said. more »»

Fundraiser planned for county K-9 officers

May 2, 2016 EAST LIVERPOOL — Touched by the recent duty-related death of Canton K-9 Officer Jethro, a local woman has planned a one-day fundraiser she hopes will become an annual event to provide safety... more »»

Leetonia raising funds for Christmas decorations

May 2, 2016 LEETONIA— Village residents will have a chance to help brighten up downtown during the Christmas season. A community committee is raising funds to replace the current Christmas decorations. more »»

Lepper Library sets book sale

May 2, 2016 The Lepper Library in Lisbon is holding a used book sale from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 6-7. more »»

FlashMarket to aid KSU scholars

May 2, 2016 Kent State-Salem will hold a FlashMarket from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. June 25, rain or shine. The trunk and treasure event will provide area residents a venue to sell and/or buy items. more »»

Open for angling

May 2, 2016 The city-owned Salem Reservoir is open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily (closed Monday) for fishing from boats or from the shoreline. more »»

Bands will perform at Lisbon VFW

May 2, 2016 VFW Post 4111 in Lisbon will host a night of entertainment from 7-11 p.m. Friday with two bands, Non Stop and Blame the Whiskey. more »»

County fair facilities upgraded

May 2, 2016 Anyone who has visited the Columbiana County Fairgrounds in Lisbon understands the great need for updated restroom facilities. more »»

Shopping local

May 2, 2016 The Columbiana Area Chamber of Commerce “Shopping Local Pays” March winner Margaret McBane was presented with a $25 gift certificate to Bo’s Pet Shop. more »»

Bubble boys

May 1, 2016 Playing with bubbles in between the East Liverpool and United double header baseball game are 10-year-olds Aaron Dieringer and Caden Schneidmiller, both of East Liverpool. more »»

County teacher absences higher

May 1, 2016 LISBON — Columbiana County school teachers missed an average of 13 days during the 2014-15 school year, requiring the districts to spend a combined $1. more »»

No money set aside for pool’s opening day

May 1, 2016 EAST LIVERPOOL — City Council’s finance committee this week was advised by Mayor Ryan Stovall that no money has been allocated for opening the municipal pool and he estimated that might cost $5,000. more »»

East Palestine walking trail will be easier to find

May 1, 2016 EAST PALESTINE — People wishing to enjoy the walking trail in and around Village Park should have a better idea in the near future of where the trail begins and ends. more »»

Man convicted for shelter thefts

May 1, 2016 DELAWARE — A central Ohio man has been convicted of taking part in a string of thefts from animal shelters around the state. more »»

Pa. probes possible link between quakes

May 1, 2016 Pennsylvania environmental regulators want to determine whether a series of minor earthquakes in the state this week were caused by nearby fracking operations by an oil and gas company. more »»

Liverpool Township police get donations

May 1, 2016 LaCROFT — The Liverpool Township Police Department recently received two donations totaling $3,800. more »»



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