Fred A. Pollock, 57, Teegarden Road, Hanoverton, was cited for improper backing after he backed his pickup truck into the stopped vehicle behind him, a Cavalier driven by Brittney J. Flowers, 21, Kensington Road, Carrollton. This occurred on Stump Road in West Township at 8:55 a.m. Saturday.


The 4-year-old boy featured in a photograph that has become synonymous with the drug problem in Columbiana County will remain in the custody of his great-aunt and great-uncle following a hearing Monday in county Juvenile Court. Temporary custody of the boy had been awarded to Lori and Terry Lane after their great-nephew was found strapped in a car seat in the back of an SUV that nearly struck a school bus in East Liverpool on Sept.


Catholic Funeral Rites 11 a.m. today at the Arner Funeral Chapel in Chester. Burial at the Locust Hill Cemetery in Chester.


The decision to use video cameras to catch illegal dumping at recycling sites in Columbiana County has begun to pay off. Barbara Walton, director of the Solid Waste District, which operates the recycling drop-off sites in Columbiana, Carroll and Harrison counties, reported at last week's board meeting they have begun to see a significant reduction in illegal dumping following its publicized decision in May to use surveillance cameras to catch the illegal disposal of such items as furniture, TVs, mattresses, appliances, dry wall, etc.


We can never do enough to show our appreciation for the men and women who have served in our country's military. So here at the Morning Journal we would like to feature the unsung military heroes in our midst.


The girl said it was only a joke and was warned about posting such content online. - Charles R. Courtney, 21, Salem, was arrested on an active warrant for child support at his Vine Avenue home at 12:58 p.m Friday.


Rodney Ohler, Sycamore Street, Salineville, reported there was a suspicious person lurking about at 12:05 a.m. Friday. Deputies checked the area but did not find anyone.


Twenty-two members and a guest of the Damascus Ruritan Club met recently in the fellowship hall of the Damascus Methodist Church for dinner prepared and served by the ladies of the church. Secretary John Coldsnow announced the members' birthdays and anniversaries during the month.


Gavin W. Keck, 19, Cedar Ridge Drive, Salem, was served a secret indictment for charges of gross sexual imposition and public indecency. Keck allegedly had sexual contact with someone younger than 13 years old and engaged is some type of sexual activity in front of a minor in August 2015.


Phyllis Conley gave the mission report. She said the Fall Workshop will be Sept.


Rich Andrason isn't blind to the evidence of decay that a collapsed local economy and two generations of heroin addiction have brought to Columbiana County. Still, he wouldn't change anything about his life here.


The Salem Board of Education welcomed some familiar faces to the fold this week after hiring six former Columbiana County Educational Service Center staffers who worked in Salem schools. Now they'll be full-fledged members of the Salem teaching staff as employees of the school district, with the blessing of the Salem Education Association.


Pence's visit will take place 6 p.m. Wednesday at Leetonia High School, according to presidential nominee Donald Trump's website. Gates will open at 3:30 p.m. Tickets for the rally are free but must be obtained in advance through Trump's website at www.donaldjtrump.com/schedule/register/leetonia-oh/ Leetonia school administrators confirmed Thursday they were working on a contract to rent the facility to the campaign, but details of the event could not be confirmed.


Clint L. Geho, 34, North Beaver Street, Lisbon, pleaded guilty in Columbiana County Common Pleas Court to burglary and receiving stolen property. On Jan. 17, Geho trespassed in the home of Taylor Jones, Firestone Avenue, Columbiana, entering through the locked back door while she was asleep, assaulted and restrained Jones by dragging her from her bed by her feet and preventing her from leaving her basement.


Columbiana County commissioners have decided to start using a share of delinquent property tax collections to help fund the county land bank program. Commissioners this week adopted a motion to take advantage of the state law that allows 5 percent of delinquent property taxes go to county land bank programs.


This pickup truck reportedly struck a parked car in the Beaver Local football stadium parking lot when its driver overdosed Friday, ending up near the fence surrounding the field. An unidentified man shown is speaking with sheriff's Deputy Wes Smith, who is searching inside the truck.


Several local business owners and dignitaries got their first look Friday afternoon at the newest addition to the Wellsville Intermodal Facility on Clark Avenue. The Columbiana County Port Authority held a ribbon cutting ceremony to introduce the terminal's latest addition: the Mantsinen 120 HybriLift material handler and 48-inch Imperial Technology conveyor system.