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Crestview strives to make students better prepared

August 18, 2014 COLUMBIANA — Crestview High School just came off a big year with more students than ever taking advance placement (AP) classes and scoring well on them. more »»

Hookstown prepared for biggest week of the year

August 18, 2014 HOOKSTOWN, Pa. — Driving into Hookstown northbound on the winding, bucolic state Route 168 may be the next best thing to time travel. more »»

Feds seek repayment over living ‘dead’ man

August 18, 2014 FINDLAY — The government wants to recoup benefits paid to the daughters of an Ohio man who was declared legally dead as he stood in court providing ample evidence of his continued existence. more »»

Mr. Darby's show

August 18, 2014 Morning Journal/Larry Shields Mr. more »»

Casinos want slots in smoking areas

August 18, 2014 CINCINNATI — Ohio’s casinos are planning to ensure gamblers can still feed the slot machines during their smoke breaks. more »»

Sophie Masloff, first female Pittsburgh mayor, at age 96

August 18, 2014 PITTSBURGH — Sophie Masloff, who rose from a tax clerk to become Pittsburgh’s first female mayor, died Sunday. She was 96. more »»

No citations in fatal gas well fire

August 18, 2014 PITTSBURGH — Federal authorities have decided against issuing citations in a natural gas well fire in southwestern Pennsylvania that killed one worker earlier this year. more »»

On display

August 18, 2014 Morning Journal/Stephen Huba This collection of sports memorabilia from New Cumberland and Newell is on display at the Hancock County Museum, 1008 Ridge Ave. more »»

Magic act now has double the mystique

August 18, 2014 It’s truly a family affair when it comes to Jason Alan Magic. Jason Alan Greenamyer, a 2002 graduate of Salem High School, has been practicing magic for 16 years. more »»

Shale plays stays focused in Guernsey

August 18, 2014 SALEM — The Ohio Department of Natural Resources issued nine horizontal drilling permits the week ending Aug. 9, all in Guernsey County. more »»

Woman fights Ohio rescue over dog

August 18, 2014 COLUMBUS — A Pennsylvania woman’s fight to get her dog back from a central Ohio rescue group has turned into a full-fledged legal battle and Internet war. more »»

Water balloon launch

August 18, 2014 Morning Journal Stephen Huba Alex Staub (left), 13, and Shamus Gibson, 11, of New Cumberland, W.V. more »»

Toys for tots of all ages

August 18, 2014 Morning Journal/Patti Schaeffer This is a rare 1961 Corvair truck, owned by Paul Campbell of Darlington, Pa. Only 20,000 of these models were made, Campbell sai. more »»

Salem administrative team ready for new school year

August 18, 2014 SALEM — Hot chocolate will still flow in Hank Brock’s office, Sean Kirkland will keep showing he cares and Dr. Joe Shivers will keep walking the halls at Salem Junior/Senior High School this fall. more »»

Long and short of it

August 17, 2014 Morning Journal/Patti Schaeffer William Long of Maple Street in Lisbon was transported by KLG Ambulance to St. more »»

Palm-sized spider found at southern Ohio preserve

August 17, 2014 COLUMBUS — It’s big, hairy and has orange fangs that carry venom. And it’s been seen in southern Ohio. more »»

Rogers council will lose another

August 17, 2014 ROGERS — Village Council already has trouble keeping members and now it is losing another. more »»

Wellsville offers a place to dream and imagine

August 17, 2014 WELLSVILLE — Nestled between two Main Street buildings, a pocket park envisioned by two local residents will offer visitors a place to imagine, to dream, to hope and to make their desires known. more »»

More money available for youth jobs program

August 17, 2014 LISBON — For a second time Columbiana County has received additional funding for its summer youth jobs program, which could extend employment for participants through October. more »»

Large study questions need for most people to cut salt

August 17, 2014 A large international study questions the conventional wisdom that most people should cut back on salt, suggesting that the amount most folks consume is OK for heart health — and too little may be a... more »»



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