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Thanksgiving tastes better when you make it yourself

November 23, 2015 WELLSVILLE — With Thanksgiving just days away, a group of children got an early start on the celebration this past weekend. more »»

South Range to push for new stadium

November 23, 2015 BEAVER TOWNSHIP — The South Range school district will soon see a concerted effort to bring a football stadium to the K-12 campus. more »»

Surgeons’ new number

November 23, 2015 The office phone number for Salem Orthopaedic Surgery has been changed to 330-332-7840. This is the practice location of orthopaedic surgeons Lee T. Simon, M.D., and Dominic J. Peters, M.D. more »»

Thanksgiving dinners

November 23, 2015 The following organizations and churches are planning free Thanksgiving dinners: The Way Station, at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Upper Room Fellowship, Columbiana. more »»

Abby Smalley

November 23, 2015 SALINEVILLE — Abby Smalley was named the Salineville Kiwanis Student of the Month for November. Smalley, the daughter of Bob and Donna Smalley of Salineville, currently holds a 4.0 GP. more »»

Ohio U. speaker

November 23, 2015 Southern Local Elementary School teacher Ryan Smith will share his insight with music educators during a speaking series this winter at Ohio Universit. more »»

School Notes

November 23, 2015 Submitted photos Representatives of East Palestine Middle School attended the 2015 OSBA Capital Conference Student Achievement Fair. more »»

The last crusade

November 22, 2015 Crestview student Jon Erb was dressed as the Pope as he and other students put their faith and hopes in their team as they faced Canton Central Catholic in the Div. more »»

Ex-CEO gets one more check

November 22, 2015 EAST LIVERPOOL — Former Columbiana County Port Authority CEO Tracy Drake received a check for $42,562 representing unused sick time he was entitled to in his contract. more »»

Beacon Association setting up shop in HOYA Center

November 22, 2015 EAST LIVERPOOL — Halls that once rang with childish laughter will ring with screams and shouts of fear this fall as the former East Junior High School becomes the new home for the Beacon Association... more »»

ELO puts park levy on ballot

November 22, 2015 EAST LIVERPOOL — Legislation was adopted Monday night by City Council to place a 2-mill parks and recreation levy on the May primary ballo. more »»

Bosnians want more after decades of peace

November 22, 2015 SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina — The peace agreement that ended Bosnia’s war two decades ago is still admired as an example of post-conflict peace building, but Bosnians say it became a straitjacket... more »»

St. Clair police collect for those in need

November 22, 2015 CALCUTTA — A local group of police officers who look to help with the community got an opportunity to do so as the holidays are approaching. Members of the St. more »»

Pa. girl to be tried as adult

November 22, 2015 ALLENTOWN, Pa. — A 14-year-old girl’s “intelligence and manipulation” were crucial to the plot to have her soldier boyfriend kill her mother, a judge said, calling it a “vicious and monstrous crime. more »»

Superintendent seeks to save $71M federal grant

November 22, 2015 COLUMBUS — Ohio’s schools superintendent has sent a letter to the head of the federal charter schools program in an attempt to save the state’s $71 million federal grant for charter schools. more »»

Bill would let EMTs aid animals

November 22, 2015 COLUMBUS — A bill that would allow first responders to aid injured animals at emergency scenes has cleared an Ohio House panel. Republican state Rep. more »»

Water rule puts cities, homeowners at odds

November 22, 2015 Slivers of land covered with wild grass and shrubs meant to protect drinking water in reservoirs around Ohio have become the source of a squabble among homeowners, cities and state lawmakers. more »»

Project will upgrade transit and broadband

November 22, 2015 COLUMBUS — An Ohio transportation agency is expected to use nearly $7 million in federal money to upgrade technology of rural transit agencies and increase broadband Internet access in areas with... more »»

Ford workers narrowly approve new contract

November 22, 2015 DETROIT — Ford workers narrowly approved a new four-year contract, wrapping up five months of negotiations between the United Auto Workers union and Detroit automakers. more »»

Suspect convicted of rape

November 22, 2015 CLEVELAND — A suburban Cleveland man accused of using alcohol and candy laced with psychedelic drugs in sexually abusing three young girls has been convicted of rape, kidnapping and other offenses. more »»



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