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Second Baptist hosting Juneteenth Festival on Friday and Saturday

Community

STEUBENVILLE — Second Baptist Church, 717 Adams St., will present its third-annual Juneteenth Festival celebrating African-American heritage from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. A community-oriented event open to the public, the festival will be held on South Eighth Street from ...

Community news from around the area

Community

Summer open houses continue at Richmond Crew House RICHMOND — The Richmond Community Historical Society is continuing its schedule of summer open houses at the Crew House Museum on Main Street. The next one will be held from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. The open houses will be held on the ...

Police reports

Daily Happenings

Steubenville Vandalism: Window of vehicle broken in the 3100 block of Whitehaven Boulevard, Tuesday. Cited: Spotswood H. Green, 26, 125 Reichart Ave., Wintersville, failure to control; Dennis M. Burkett, 49, 340 Orchard Place, Wintersville, failure to control; Emalene D. Manley, 32, 1227 ...

New member inducted

Community

The Brilliant Lions Club inducted Allison Yanssens as a new member at a recent business meeting where Ralph Nickoson conducted the induction service. From left are Jim Everson, second vice president; Nickoson; Yanssens; and Dave Porter, president. A family dinner was held recently with Porter ...

Full house at JobsOhio’s public meeting

Local News

CADIZ — It was a full house at the JobsOhio’s public board meeting on Monday afternoon at the Ohio Mine Safety Training Center in Harrison County. JobsOhio is a private nonprofit corporation designed to drive job creation and new capital investment in Ohio through business attraction and ...

Ash dismissed from case over fire department issues

Local News

WEIRTON — A member of Weirton Council has been dismissed from legal action being taken against the city by members of the Weirton Fire Department. Ward 4 Councilman George Ash was dismissed from the petition seeking an injunction to prevent city council from instituting new work schedules ...

Weir High Class of 1955 leaves lasting impression

Local News

WEIRTON — After more than 60 years of reunions, the Weir High School Class of 1955 has decided to stop holding regular, formal gatherings, and instead make a lasting contribution to their alma mater. The last reunion for the Class of 1955 was held in 2015, and was chaired by Gerry Donofe, ...

Second DUI charge for Schneider

Local News

NEW CUMBERLAND — A former Liverpool Township police officer and local volunteer firefighter has been found guilty of drunken driving, his second such conviction in recent years. Randy L. Schneider, 29, of Bell School Road, East Liverpool, was found guilty of DUI (second offense), reckless ...

Steubenville City Council looking for more information

Local News

STEUBENVILLE — A contentious recreation committee meeting ended Tuesday with council members calling for more information before they decide what to do with a $100,000 state capital fund grant that was awarded for a marina upgrade in 2018. The meeting lasted several minutes beyond the 45 ...