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Importance of heart health

February 14, 2016 SALEM — February is American Heart Month, and the staff of Salem Regional Medical Center’s (SRMC) Wound Healing Center is urging residents to take steps to keep their hearts healthy. more »»

 
 
 
Business Briefs

February 14, 2016 Attorney named to State commission EAST LIVERPOOL—East Liverpool attorney Joe Ludovici, of the firm Aronson, Fineman & Davis Co. more »»

Property Transfers

February 13, 2016 Butler Township Dale and Joy Lautzenheiser to Matthew and Jeri Close, home and 2 acres on Valley Road; $325,000. more »»

Chambers gather for ‘business showcase’

February 7, 2016 LISBON — The Columbiana Area and Lisbon chambers of commerce gathered Jan. 26 for a “business showcase,” hosted by Lisbon Veterinary Clinic, Race Road, Lisbon. more »»

Flynn Auto records ‘benchmark’ year

February 7, 2016 YOUNGSTOWN — 2015 was a benchmark year for the dealerships owned by David A. Flynn, which ranked No. 1 in automotive sales for the 10th consecutive year. more »»

Carroll Electric lauds workers safety record

February 7, 2016 CARROLLTON — Carroll Electric Cooperative Inc. is celebrating five years with no lost-time accidents, an achievement that does not happen by accident, said CEO/General Manager Larry Fenbers. more »»

Property Transfers

February 6, 2016 Center Township Michael Hunt to Audra Feezle, 2 acres on state Route 45: $1,000. Lucinda Johnston to Tyler Smith, home on state Route 45; $77,000. more »»

‘Quik Bites’ opens in city

January 31, 2016 EAST LIVERPOOL — With economic development happening on nearby corners, the owner of a new downtown East Liverpool eatery said she is certain it will be successful. more »»

Wheeling Hospital donates EpiPens to schools

January 31, 2016 WHEELING — Wheeling Hospital is providing 23 Ohio Valley high schools in eight counties with EpiPens to treat severe allergic reactions. more »»

KOVELS: ANTIQUES AND COLLECTING

January 31, 2016 Teddy bears have been popular toys since the first one was created in 1902, but the story about Teddy Roosevelt and the bear cub is now revealed to be a myth. more »»

Trinity mammography earns honor

January 24, 2016 STEUBENVILLE — Trinity Health System’s Images Mammography Center has recently been recognized as a Certified Quality Breast Center of Excellence in the National Quality Measures for Breast Centers... more »»

Eshler added as VP

January 24, 2016 MINERVA — Consumers National Bank is announcing the hiring of Daniel Eshler as vice president, mortgage service. more »»

Partnership entered

January 24, 2016 MINERVA — Consumers National Bank recently announced it is partnering with the Wealth Advisory Group of DiLauro, Wracher & Thomas. more »»

Property Transfers

January 23, 2016 Butler Township Winona Flax Scutching Festival Inc. to R & D Donaldson Holdings, 6.9 acres on Whinnery Road; $42,000. Eric and Jana Stitle to Craig Crider, 0.9 acres on McCann Road; $6,500. more »»

Business Briefs

January 17, 2016 Summer positions available with AmeriCorps NEW CUMBERLAND — Energy Express applications are now being accepted for summer positions in a unique statewide program administered by the West Virginia... more »»

Property Transfers

January 9, 2016 Center Township DLJ Mortgage Capital Inc. (Stephen and Kimberly Rendziniak) to Cynthia Powers, home on state Route 517: $40,000. Nora Rogers to Charlotte Davis, condominium on Megan Place; $118,00. more »»

Bygone era highlighted at new eatery

January 3, 2016 TORONTO — A.J. Hunt, city councilman at large and businessman, said he had a hunch the Gem City would respond well to his newest venture, 33 Degrees the Shakery. more »»

Property Transfers

January 2, 2016 Center Township James Rush to Ryan Kernich, home on Saltwell Road; $133,000. Michael Copeland to Geronimo Painting, manufactured home and 15 acres on Steubenville Pike; $40,000. more »»

 
 

Glenmoor American Legion Breakfast February 14, 2016

GLENMOOR — Glenmoor American Legion will serve breakfast 9 a.m. to noon today. Cost is $6 or $6.50 carry-out. The menu includes ham, sausage, bacon, eggs, hash browns, toast, pancakes, sausage gravy, biscuits, coffee or tea. more »

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