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CTC students tabbed for car-building project

April 22, 2015 LISBON — Two junior girls, Maurisa Russell and Shayla Frederick, both students at the county Career and Technical Center, have been chosen to participate in a project to fully restore and rebuild a... more »»

When county called about land bank, East Liverpool officials were ready

April 22, 2015 EAST LIVERPOOL — The head of the county’s Department of Development spoke Tuesday at a meeting of City Council’s licensing/economic development committee regarding the new Land Reutilization... more »»

ESC officials peruse future funding picture

April 22, 2015 LISBON — An Ohio House bill being considered will reduce Educational Service Center funding over the next two years unless the ESC is deemed to be “high performing. more »»

Community cleanup events scheduled around the county

April 22, 2015 LISBON —The three-county solid waste disposal district will be working with county communities on a series of cleanup events to be held over the next five weeks. more »»

Chester VFW donates $10,000 for sheriff’s new police dog

April 22, 2015 NEW CUMBERLAND, W.Va. — Just seven weeks after losing one of its police dogs, the Hancock County Sheriff’s Department has received a sizeable donation toward its replacement. more »»

Man appears for bribery

April 22, 2015 YOUNGSTOWN — The Green Township man facing trial for rape of a young girl appeared in court Tuesday on charges that he tried to bribe a witness in the case. Robert Seman Jr. more »»

Newest mural highlights nursing school

April 22, 2015 SALEM — Motorists driving along North Lincoln Avenue near the current location of the Hannah E. more »»

County Briefing

April 22, 2015 Lisbon work scheduled today Lisbon water customers in the southeast section of the village will experience an interruption in service today while crews relocate a water main at East Chestnut... more »»

The view must be great

April 21, 2015 This old tree along a creek off Teegarden Road in Center Township doesn't show many signs of life itself, but it appears to be a favorite for some ravens and a turkey buzzard or two. more »»

Expansion still in the works

April 21, 2015 EAST LIVERPOOL — Marathon Petroleum Corp. may finally be ready to proceed with the planned expansion of its Wellsville operations. more »»

Potential jail time will await newborn

April 21, 2015 LISBON — Martina Michael, the former girlfriend of convicted aggravated murderer Nicolas Carosiello, does not seem to be able to stay away from trouble. more »»

Judge orders mental exam for suspect in arson fires

April 21, 2015 LISBON — Dana Duffield, charged in the setting of four fires on two different days, will be evaluated for both her competency to stand trial and for insanity. more »»

Coroner awaits autopsies on fire victims

April 21, 2015 SALEM — The names of two fire victims found in the rubble of a Franklin Avenue home which caught fire early Sunday still haven’t been released, pending positive identification through medical and... more »»


April 21, 2015 Search is on for unlicensed dogs The county dog warden’s office is conducting a county-wide canvass for unlicensed dogs. All dogs 3 months of age and older are required by state law to be licensed. more »»

Hancock County seeks help trying to identify signs of West Nile virus

April 21, 2015 NEW CUMBERLAND, W.Va. — The Hancock County Health Department is beginning its West Nile virus surveillance program and needs residents’ help. more »»

Washingtonville seeks support for police levy

April 21, 2015 WASHINGTONVILLE — Councilwoman Becky Vignon suggested her five fellow council members hit the streets with a flyer asking voters to approve a 7.5-mill additional police levy on the May 5 ballot. more »»

Wellsville readies calendar

April 21, 2015 WELLSVILLE — The Wellsville school board Monday renewed teacher contracts and reviewed the proposed school calendar. more »»

Saline lumber company catches ire of neighbors

April 21, 2015 SALINEVILLE — A business and building considered eyesores along with a notice in the recent sewer bill left some residents asking questions Monday Residents expressed their concern during the villag... more »»

Butler building gone, not forgotten

April 21, 2015 SALEM — The former Butler museum building may be a topic at tonight’s Salem City Council meeting, but likely in executive session behind closed doors, Mayor John Berlin sai. more »»



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