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Salem celebrates

July 4, 2014 Morning?Journal/Patti Schaeffer Salem started its Independence Day holiday Thursday with a day of activities at Waterworth Memorial Park, culminating in the annual fireworks display. more »»

July 4th events

July 4, 2014 What is happening on July 4 around the area. Chester, W.Va. 9 a.m.: Freedom Run 5K 11 a.m.-3 p.m.: Car Show, city park, by Lions Club 12:30 p.m.: Duck Dash 4 p.m.: parade 6 p.m. more »»

Palestine fire chief plans retirement

July 4, 2014 EAST PALESTINE — The village will have a new fire chief later this year now that Brett Todd has decided to retire. more »»

Man gets five years on sex charges

July 4, 2014 LISBON — A Salem man convicted of having sexual relations with two teenage girls was sentenced by Columbiana County Common Pleas Court Judge Scott Washam to five years in prison on Thursday. Mark E. more »»

West Virginia teen’s death remains puzzle

July 4, 2014 NEW CUMBERLAND, W.Va. more »»

Standing tall

July 3, 2014 Morning Journal/Patti Schaeffer With the county fair just under a month away, the new grandstand is complete except for a few finishing touches, like the sound system and plaques identifying the... more »»

Salem will put $3 million into SCC expansion project

July 3, 2014 SALEM — A $3 million expansion project for the Salem Community Center will give members more space and fill a need for additional competitive sport space, including an indoor running track for meet. more »»

Meth suspect wants statements suppressed

July 3, 2014 LISBON — The defense attorney for Amanda L. more »»

Blaze hits home being renovated

July 3, 2014 WELLSVILLE — The fire marshal has been called to investigate an early morning fire Tuesday that destroyed a garage and left one firefighter slightly injured. more »»

Wellsville resident laments inaction on animal ordinances

July 3, 2014 WELLSVILLE — Though most of the debate centered around the position of village police chief at the meeting of Village Council on Tuesday evening, grievances were also aired about animal cruelty... more »»

Health board seeks bids for final septic project

July 3, 2014 LISBON — Those contractors who have been interested in bidding on septic projects through the Columbiana County Health Department are being asked to consider bidding on one last project to finish... more »»

County commissioner reappointed to court’s dispute resolution board

July 3, 2014 COLUMBUS — The Ohio Supreme Court has reappointed Columbiana County Commissioner Michael Halleck to its Commission on Dispute Resolutio. more »»

Body believed that of missing teen

July 2, 2014 NEW CUMBERLAND, W.Va. — A body believed to be that of Anthony “Tony” Pittman, the New Cumberland teen who has been missing since May 29, was discovered by authorities on Monda. more »»

Downtown dispute lands in county court

July 2, 2014 LISBON — An expected injunction was filed in Columbiana County Common Pleas against a Salem business alleged to be violating city zoning ordinances. more »»

Elections board workers rewarded with pay raises

July 2, 2014 LISBON — Two percent pay raises were awarded to the two administrators at the Columbiana County elections board and two other employees. more »»

Salem fire considered suspicious

July 2, 2014 SALEM — Salem police and fire departments and the state fire marshal’s office are investigating an early morning fire discovered Tuesday in the vacant side of a West Wilson Street duplex. more »»

Harsh words heard

July 2, 2014 WELLSVILLE — As promised, Mayor Susan Haugh did not bring a selection for police chief before Village Council at its meeting Tuesday. more »»

St. Clair Township resident seeks phantom sewer line

July 2, 2014 CALCUTTA — A Purrington Avenue resident attended Tuesday’s meeting of the St. more »»

Salem keeps its eyes on hydrants

July 2, 2014 SALEM — City Utilities Superintendent Don Weingart is asking residents to be wary of anyone tampering with a fire hydrant, unless it’s a firefighter or city worker. more »»

New Southern contracts include raises

July 2, 2014 SALINEVILLE — The Southern Local school board has approved agreements reached with the Southern Local Teachers Association (SLTA) and the Ohio Association of Public School Employees (OAPSE). more »»



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