Tuesday Dec 17
Out and Abouts 12-17
A Second Harvest/Nehemiah Food Distribution is today at the Community Resource Center, Pennsylvania Ave. Seniors are asked to come from noon to 1:30 p.m. and others from 2-3:30 p.m. Bring ID, proof of residency and your own bags.
Sale of Port's rail line hits new snag
The proposed sale of the Columbiana County Port Authority's railroad to a major player in the region's natural gas boom has been delayed again, this time until a minor problem with the title to the property is corrected.
Service Schedule for Dec. 16
Ruth Worst - 11 a.m. today Mass of Christian burial at Our Lady of Lourdes, East Palestine.
WP Lions celebrate 20th charter night
The West Point Lions Club celebrated its 20th annual charter night with a dinner on Dec. 7 at the Lisbon United Methodist Church.
Out and Abouts 12-14
The First Free Methodist Church located at 15260 St. Clair Ave. will hold their ninth annual Drive Through Living Nativity 6-8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 14 and Sunday, Dec. 15. The event is free.
Rosalie A. "Rose" Crumbacher
EAST LIVERPOOL Rosalie A. "Rose" Crumbacher, 89, formerly of Washingtonville died Thursday afternoon at the Calcutta Health Care Center, where she had resided for the past four years.
Paul L. Chamberlin, 86
Paul L. Chamberlin, 86, formerly of Imperial Drive, passed away Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013, at the Nentwick Convalescent Center at 2:50 a.m. following a lengthy illness.
Light Up Night Indoors
The Beaver Local High School concert choir sang a few holiday classics Thursday during "Light Up Night" in Calcutta Square.
United Way closes 2014 campaign
Nearly three months into the 2014 campaign, the United Way of Southern Columbiana County already has pledges totalling 50 percent of the fundraising goal, members learned on Thursday.
Perusing the Goods
Rachel Cronin of Calcutta looked over many of the items on display before an auction held Wednesday evening at Sellabration Hall in Wellsville.
Rotary clubs project will bring clean water to children
A project of the East Liverpool, Calcutta and Salem Rotary clubs will bring better sanitation and safe drinking water to school children in Tanzania.
Donations keep woman's memory alive
For most people, the Christmas holiday brings cheer and happy times, but there are many for whom it brings memories of lost loved ones.
Most shoppers avoided Thanksgiving bargains
Black Friday found local shoppers taking advantage of the best deals of the year but reacting to the practice of some stores opening early on Thanksgiving.
William was retired from Famous Supply Company and Bill's Counter Tops. He was an Army Veteran of World War II and was awarded a Purple Heart.
Out and Abouts 11-27
Elks Lodge 258 will have DJ Jeremy 8 p.m. to midnight today. Cost by donation for Children's Christmas Charities.
'Fill the Cruiser' feeds families in need
For the St. Clair Township Patrolmen's Association, service to the community is not limited to the line of duty.
Mark's Jewelry Repair & Gifts opens in Calcutta
A former bench jeweler at James Locke Jewelers, Montgomery moved on when Locke's closed its doors in January.
O'Reilly Auto Parts opens in Calcutta
O'Reilly Auto Parts has opened its doors for business in Calcutta, located at 15937 State Route 170 in the Kmart-Giant Eagle plaza.