Regional roundup

Man admits to

jumping out of car

STEUBENVILLE –An 18-year-old man admitted he jumped out of a moving vehicle on Monday afternoon on Mound Street in Tiltonsville in an apparent drug deal gone bad, the Ohio State Highway Patrol reported.

The patrol reported the man jumped out of the car with marijuana without paying for it, the patrol reported.

The driver of the vehicle came back, took the marijuana off the man and left the scene, the patrol reported.

The patrol reported the case will be presented to the Jefferson County Prosecutor’s Office for a possible charge of the driver leaving the scene.

The driver turned himself in to Martins Ferry police shortly after the incident, the patrol reported.

The man who jumped from the vehicle was flown by medical helicopter to a Pittsburgh hospital, where he was reported to be in stabile condition on Tuesday, according to the patrol.

Treasurer announces

tax bills mailed

STEUBENVILLE — Jefferson County Treasurer Raymond M. Agresta said the last day to pay tax bills for the first half of 2017 without penalty is Wednesday.

Persons who do not receive a bill should contact the treasurer’s office at (740) 283-8572.

Credit card payments are only accepted by telephone at (877) 690-3729 or online at www. jeffersoncountyoh.com and use jurisdiction code 4577. Agresta said Forte Payment System, the service provider, charges a convenience fee for the service.

Payments of cash or check can be made at the treasurer’s office on the first floor of the courthouse.

Checks can be mailed to P.O. Box 398, Steubenville, OH 43952, or placed in the drop-off box located on the alley side of the courthouse. Persons wanting a receipt must return the entire statement along with a self-addressed stamped envelope.

Library, museum

boards to meet

WELLSBURG — The boards of the Brooke County Public Library and the American Defenders of Corregidor and Bataan Museum will meet at 1 p.m. Monday at the library to discuss the ongoing construction of the addition to the library and museum.

The library board will hold its next regular meeting at 1 p.m. March 26 at the library.

Seven Ranges Fire

District to meet

BLOOMINGDALE –Seven Ranges Joint Fire District will meet at 7 p.m. on Wednesday at the Belvedere Volunteer Fire Department Fire, 92 Janet Drive.

Wells Township’s

annual cleanup set

BRILLIANT –The annual village cleanup is set from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 12-13.

The cleanup is for Wells Township residents only.

Items can be dropped off at 213 Market St. at the slag yard next to the American Legion, according to township officials.

Items that will be accepted include household furniture, small household appliances, yard decorations/furniture, playground equipment, toys, bikes, electronics, TVs, computers, monitores, tires with or without rims, small truck tires with or without rims, car batteries and carpeting.

Items that won’t be accepted include tires from businesses and semi-trailers, paint, household garbage, mattresses, consruction demoltion materials, trees or grass clippings.

For information, contact the township office from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. weeekdays at (740) 598-9602

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