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- Bell Chapel United Methodist Church, Steubenville: “The Quadrilateral — A Weird Methodist Word,” virtual service only at www.bellchapel.org. - Cadiz Presbyterian Church: “Here Comes the Judge,” www.CadizPresbyterian.org. - Calvary Community Missionary Baptist Church, ...

Lordstown Motors hits 50,000 preorders for all-electric Endurance

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LORDSTOWN — Lordstown Motors Corp. has about 50,000 preorders for its all-electric full-size Endurance pickup truck and plans to expand west with satellite research and development and service centers in Michigan and California. The company also announced Monday it is building and testing ...

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FINANCIAL AID: Franciscan University of Steubenville will participate in #GivingTuesday, the annual worldwide day of giving. All donations received by Franciscan University will go toward student scholarships and financial aid. “I don’t want any of our students to miss the chance to be ...

Real estate transfers

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The following real estate transfers were recorded in Jefferson County: Mary Bushlow to Patrick and Kayla Warner, .482 acre, Cross Creek Township (survivorship). Donald Griffith (deceased) to Judy Griffith, lot 6, Seven Oaks, 1201 acres, Ross Township. William Meyer to JD Home Management ...

Nutcrackers ready for showtime in Steubenville

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STEUBENVILLE — After eight months of Zoom calls and birthday parades, Gretchen Nelson figures people are ready for the sense of normalcy that Steubenville’s Nutcracker Village can bring. But with a COVID-19 pandemic raging, organizers realized they’d have to do things differently this ...

Harrison County prosecutor steps down early

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CADIZ — Harrison County Prosecutor Owen Beetham is stepping down from the office to allow his successor additional time to prepare for upcoming cases. Beetham submitted his letter of resignation to the Harrison County Commissioners during Wednesday’s meeting. His last day in office will ...

BDC pursuing several efforts to repurpose old industrial sites

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The Business Development Corp. of the Northern Panhandle, last week, was acknowledged for working with state and local officials to bring Gruppo Fanti, an Italian can manufacturer, to Weirton’s Half Moon Industrial Park. But it is just one of several projects being pursued by the economic ...

Ohio’s top utility regulator resigns

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COLUMBUS — Ohio’s top utility regulator, Samuel Randazzo, resigned Friday morning, a day after the state’s largest electric utility reported to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission that former executives had improperly directed a $4 million payment to the consulting firm of an ...

Clearance sought for coronavirus vaccine

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Pfizer formally asked U.S. regulators Friday to allow emergency use of its COVID-19 vaccine, starting the clock on a process that could bring limited first shots as early as next month and eventually an end to the pandemic — but not until after a long, hard winter. The action comes days ...

Lambert to headline Blame My Roots fest

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BELMONT — The Blame My Roots Festival has snagged a big name act to headline its summer 2021 event — country music star Miranda Lambert. The festival made the announcement on Thursday, noting other musicians slated to appear during the July 16-17 festival will include 2020 CMA award ...