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Youth facility appears to be a win-win

April 10, 2014 Although in the early stages of planning, we are excited to hear the potential use for the former East Junior High School building. more »»

 
 
 
Make an effort to make a difference

April 9, 2014 Our communities need a good cleansing. The winter weather, as harsh on us as its been in a long time, did us one favor — hid the ugliness that takes places because of us. more »»

There's nothing funny about a bomb threat

April 4, 2014 April Fools’ pranks, for the most part, we believe, are meant to be humorous. Putting the lives of hundreds of others in danger, including our children, as part of such a prank is NOT funny. more »»

Avoid risk of illegal open-burning

April 3, 2014 If this week is any indication, our area fire departments may be busy this spring — with brush fires. more »»

College student 'bringing life’ back to ELO

April 1, 2014 Often, we hear of ways in which the community can improve. Problem is, no one steps to forefront to get the job done. Enter Gretchen Diet. more »»

K-9 training a welcomed event to Panhandle

March 28, 2014 It’s nice to see that the Northern Panhandle will be in the spotlight when the West Virginia Police Canine Association converges in Hancock County for the group’s 20th annual statewide training... more »»

Join fight against illegal dumping

March 26, 2014 Illegal dump sites are nothing new to our communities, and it seems as soon as one is cleaned up and maintained, another one sprouts. more »»

Seat belts save lives

March 13, 2014 The Lisbon Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol soon will be launching a two-week traffic enforcement program that will focus on safety belt use. more »»

See suspicious activity? Call police

March 12, 2014 We must commend the resident of the Bell School Road area who snapped two photographs of individuals seen suspiciously moving about neighboring property. more »»

Encouraging news between city, township

March 7, 2014 For too long, a rift has existed between the city of East Liverpool and Liverpool Township. Not amongst its people, but, instead, by those who govern its residents. more »»

Know the drill in case of emergency

March 5, 2014 Many of us may remember taking part in tornado drills during our school years. more »»

Police forces continuing to fight element

February 28, 2014 Often we hear complaints about crime in our area involving drugs and guns, and the fact nothing seems to be done about it. more »»

Good luck to area high school wrestlers

February 27, 2014 It takes a disciplined young person to be a high school wrestler. more »»

Support the ELCH Auxiliary

February 19, 2014 Members of the East Liverpool City Hospital Auxiliary most likely don’t care if praise is heaped their way. more »»

Make it a special day for someone

February 15, 2014 On Friday, we read many “Thanks” about strangers coming to the aid of others, all dealing with weather-related incidents. How fitting that is considering this is “Random Acts of Kindness Week. more »»

A choice on election day

February 14, 2014 Political elections remain several months away, but we like what is happening in Chester. more »»

Removal of city’s snow was needed

February 11, 2014 Snow removal has been sketchy, at best, in the area recently, especially in downtown East Liverpoo. more »»

Driveways need kept cleared

February 8, 2014 With the threat of yet another snowstorm making its way through the area, we urge all to follow the advice issued this week by area volunteer fire department officials. more »»

Second chance warranted

February 4, 2014 We live in a world of second chances. We have seen many, mostly on a national level, who have been afforded the opportunity to improve upon their initial response. more »»

Celebrate safely this Super Bowl Sunday

February 2, 2014 Today is the big game, Super Bowl XLVIII — pitting the Seattle Seahawks against the Denver Bronco. more »»

Thanks heaped on outside workers

January 30, 2014 Many of us, unless we’ve had to venture out to work, have stayed indoors the last few days — our attempt to beat the sub-zero temperatures that have blanketed our little section of the world. more »»

 
 

Medication Assistance Program April 16, 2014

WELLSVILLE — The Medication Assistance Program will be from 9:30 a.m. to noon today, at the First Christian Church. Bring all prescription bottles. Help is also available for those with Medicare Part D problem. more »

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