Mahoning engineer looks to help Washingtonville
Mahoning County dispensed with its chip and seal program 16 years ago, but newly-elected County Engineer Patrick Ginnetti told village council Monday he wants to resurrect it and implement additional "job share" programs to help villages and townships handle constantly increasing road maintenance costs.
Wayne D. Zimmerman
Mr. Zimmerman was born Feb. 25, 1927, in East Palestine, a son of Warren and Grace Westover Zimmerman, and had lived in this area all of his life.
James A. DeJane, Sr., 82, of Salem, died at 1:10 a.m. Wednesday, June 12, 2013 at St. Mary's Alzheimer's Center, Columbiana.
Police hoping auto thieves take the bait
With a rash of auto thefts in the area, Salem Township Constable Dan Valentine obtained access to a bait car that has been placed around the township for the past few weeks.
The male wanted to see him after work. He was told to contact the police if a problem comes up.
Park sees way to link bike trail to Ohio River
The Columbiana County Park District has come up with a way to extend the bicycle trail to the Ohio River, but it will require some riding on roadways and permission to cross state lands.
Columbiana County Juvenile Court for 6-7
A 16-year-old East Liverpool boy was cited into Columbiana County Juvenile Court after allegely testing positive for marijuana use during a urine screening on March 26. A 16-year-old Salem teen was cited with reportedly using a debit card belonging to Bryce Sommers on April 5. A 16-year-old Salem girl and a 16-year-old Washingtonville girl were ... (more)
Cleanup rules topic at Washingtonville council
Mayor Will Jones said the cleanup ordinance is working but Councilman Jim Smith said they they needed to get the "bank-owned houses" cleaned up during Monday's council meeting.
Greenway Trail grows north into Washingtonville
It's a tribute to the Columbiana County parks board and Allan Chamberlain's legacy, County Commissioner Mike Halleck said at the bike trail ribbon-cutting and dedication ceremony Thursday afternoon.
Salem Twp. officials to meet engineers
Salem township officials are expected to meet with engineers and contractors regarding the road use management agreement to the Mangus well site on Butcher Road today.
Doris Ann Warner
Survivors include three sons, Mark Warner and Bobby Warner of Salem and Michael Warner of Washingtonville; three daughters, Darla Compton of Houston, Texas, Janet Brown of Pennsylvania and Linda Warner of Arkansas; four brothers, Donald Custer of Salem, Wendel Custer of Guilford, James Custer of New Garden, Paul Custer of Salineville; two sisters, ... (more)
Washingtonville OKs funds for fire departments
Council approved a resolution to help fund the Green Township Fire Department and the Leetonia Fire Department with $12,000 for each department on Monday.