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Month: September 2018

Republican Candidate Withdraws from Race

The race for the 96th District of Ohio is now down to one man. Republican nominee Bob Mazeroski said he is dropping out of the race for personal reasons Mazeroski won the Republican primary in Jefferson County by more than 70 percent. Because of that, it seems Democrat Jack Cera will retain his seat in the Ohio State House. Come November, voters who had hoped to vote for the Republican candidate should take care as not to be confused to vote for an ineligible candidate. Elections officials say no coordinated write-in campaign for any Republican is permissible at this...

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Search Party Asking for Volunteers in Search of Missing Jefferson Co. Man

A group of volunteers searching for a missing Rayland man is asking for help. The group is launching a search party today near the home of 54-year-old Howard “Hank” Strupe. It’s happening at 189 Township Highway 155. Organizers advise not using Rush Run Road. From 9:30 a.m. to 10:15 a.m., organizers are picking up other volunteers at the Park and Ride on Route 213 at the split of Routes 7 and 22. A planning meeting starts at 11 a.m. with the search underway at noon. Organizers ask volunteers to bring food, water and first...

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Arrest Made in Connection to Steubenville Shooting

An arrest has made in connection to the shooting of a mother and daughter in Steubenville. Jefferson County prosecutor Jane Hanlin said Cameron Frazier has been charged with tampering with evidence and obstructing justice. He’s expected to be in court for his arraignment. Hanlin said authorities are still on the search for suspect Brylee West. If you have any information on West’s whereabouts, call the Steubenville Police; there is a $1000 reward for information leading to his...

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Two Taken to Hospital After Accident in Downtown Steubenville

Two people were transferred to the hospital after a 4-car accident that left an unusual scene along Logan and N. 5th street in downtown Steubenville on Wednesday. Officials believe one car ran through a stop sign and ran another car off the road. That second car then hit a pair of parked cars, tangling all three together. The Steubenville police and fire departments responded, along with several tow trucks. Several of the cars involved were totaled. Larry Campbell, the resident who owned both parked cars, said it wasn’t the first time his parked vehicles have been hit on that...

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  • Courting startups: Singapore lines up funding to boost IPOs September 17, 2021
    By Anshuman Daga SINGAPORE (Reuters) -The Singapore government on Friday unveiled a S$1.5 billion ($1.1 billion) fund as part of a package to attract listings to the city-state’s stock exchange, aiming to boost its exposure to the region’s booming tech sector. The co-investment fund of the government and state investor Temasek will provide late-stage private […]

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