Heartland Christian School teamed up with the Rescue Mission to raise money and encourage a spirit of service in its students.
First-graders at Joshua Dixon Elementary School in Columbiana organized a donation drive.
Incorporating business with creativity is happening inside a classroom at Columbiana High School.
Fair organizers said they wanted everyone — even those who can’t make it out in person — to be able to see the yearly attraction.
A federal agency has approved the construction of a high-pressure natural gas pipeline that’s drawn intense opposition.
Western Reserve routed Columbiana Thursday night to open the 2017 season with a bang for the Blue Devils.
Thousands were without power on Friday, some still without power on Saturday.
St. Jude Church was established in 1966 with about 40 families. Today there are 800.
Anyone who loves the outdoors should check out the Shaker Woods Outdoor Expo this weekend, rain or shine.
The law addressing what residents can and cannot have on their own property has largely been ignored until now, creating months and months o…
No matter where you live, there’s a good chance you’ll find something fun to do to celebrate the Fourth!
Alyssa Newton has proved that running your own business can be fun and delicious.
The city of Columbiana has been focusing on its Town Center development project and a large portion of that project will debut this weekend.
A rule that’s been in the books in Columbiana since the ’70s could prohibit Columbiana residents from having gardens in their front yards.
Three blocks of Main Street were shut down Friday night for vendors, live music, a classic car show, and sweet treats for Father’s Day.
The Memorial Day Parade in Columbiana started at 10 a.m. on Main Street.
Congratulations to the valedictorians of Columbiana High School in Columbiana, Ohio.
Congratulations to the valedictorian of Heartland Christian High School in Columbiana, Ohio.
A couple of recent cases of rabies near our area have officials taking action.
There are several Memorial Day events scheduled across the Valley.
Crestview improves to 11-10.
Students and staff painted, put down mulch and planted flowers as part of their annual day of service.
The Eagles are now 17-6.
MacKenzie Daub struck out 6 and added a pair of hits for the Rebels.
Neighbors heard a loud boom right before the fire, and police said there was a lot of lightning nearby just before the fire started.
A construction site in Columbiana is perking people up as they drive by.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine said more urgency is needed in battling heroin epidemic.
The summer job market might be a little tighter this year due to a loss of federal funding for a work program.
Crestview’s Devin Turvey hit a 3-run homerun to give the Rebels the lead in the third inning.
In game one, Salem pulled off an extra-inning victory on Brooke Veglia’s game-winning double.