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Mr. Henderson was born on March 10, 1937 in Kent, OH, a son of Orlen and Margaret Henderson.
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When stopped Sunday morning for driving left of center on state Route 267 in St. Clair Township, Gene C. Taylor, 69, Fairway Road, reportedly told the trooper he had two weapons in his truck.
Born Nov. 1, 1927, in East Liverpool, he was the son of the late Charles L. and Laura R. Clark.
The customized Ford Mustang from Need for Speed recently sold for big bucks at Barrett-Jackson, to the tune of $300,000.
A free senior living seminar, featuring national expert Rick Hunsicker, will be held today at Copeland Oaks.
On Monday morning, he had one substitute for a few moments in the person of U.S. Sen. Rob Portman who climbed the steps to the cradle deck, manned the controls and poured iron into a mold.
Communities United for a Responsible Environment and partners will survey 1,500 Columbiana and Carroll County residents for "Listening Project" "Listening Project to capture more than 1,000 surveys of Columbiana and Carroll County residents on how the Shale Fracking boom has impacted their lives Communities United for Responsible Energy , ... (more)
The 2014 Super Cruise will offer a shuttle service to visitors and spectators in an attempt to ease traffic congestion in the downtown area where most of the activity takes place.
The district, which serves Columbiana, Carroll and Harrison counties, not only set a new record for recycling last year but was recently named the Ohio Environmental Group of the Year by the Environmental Education Council of Ohio.
Motorists can expect some minor delays on state Routes 9, 14 and 344 going through Salem when an Ohio Department of Transportation paving project begins April 28. City Service/Safety Director Ken Kenst announced that 2.75 miles of roadway will be paved, affecting sections of Newgarden Avenue, South Ellsworth Avenue, West State Street, North Lincoln ... (more)
"There are a lot of people going around saying phony things about this recovery," Cleveland Economist George Zeller said, "we are but not in the Mahoning Valley and not fast enough statewide."
Lois lived all her lived in the Salineville area, graduated from Salineville High School, and married Kenneth Leishman September, 10, 1935.
No apparent injuries were noted. The father said he wanted the son to move out and the son agreed.