Village of Leetonia

Business of the Month

300 East Main Street

Leetonia, Ohio 44431

Phone:  (330) 427-6721

Fax:  (330) 427-8088

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Leetonia Market



Owner: Albdour Mihiar
Location: 433 Columbia Street
Leetonia, Ohio 44431
Contact Us: Phone: 330-817-0127
About Us: Drive Thru and Delivery.

Deli (subs also).

Convenience store items.

FRESH Brewed Coffee

Daily News Papers

Beer, Pop, Juice, Milk, Eggs, Cheese, snack foods and much more.

Home Made SUBS, made the way you want them.

Hot pizza.

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*fix your iPhone

screen replacement and repair

iPhone 5G / 5C screen $30

iPhone 5S screen $40

iPhone 6 / 6S screen $50

iPhone 6 Plus / 6S Plus screen $60

*We repair cameras and batteries, iPhone speakers, charging port


*We unlock any iPhone


MONDAY - FRIDAY 6:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.

SATURDAY - SUNDAY 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.


Village of Leetonia

Welcome to the Official Website of the Village of Leetonia, Ohio

Our quiet village offers the visitor reminders of its historic past as well as many opportunities for enjoying the life of a small community in a beautiful natural setting.The Village of Leetonia in Salem Township, Columbiana County was founded as a company town associated with the Leetonia Iron and Coal Company.  The company was founded in 1866 and played a prominent part in the local and regional economy until 1930.  Leetonia Iron and Coal Company was founded by several railroad managers and local financial backers who were in the area during early railroad construction.  The company and town are named for the railroad promoter William Lee, who was largely responsible for purchasing the land and mineral rights where the town and company were laid out.  The success of the Leetonia Iron and Coal Company lead to a huge population inflation and by 1869 1,800 people resided in the Village.  This lead to the incorporation of the town in May of that year.  In 1872 the company was forced to close its doors due to global economic troubles that plagued industry.

By 1873, however, Jacob G. Chamberlain, one of the original company founders, reincorporated and created a new company - The Cherry Valley Iron and Coal Company. Subsequent financial issues led to the property being reorganized and changing hands several times.  This included takeovers by conglomerates of Republic Steel (1893) and M.A. Hanna (1920), finally closing its doors in 1930.  Luckily, other industries and successful ventures in nearby Salem and Youngstown allowed the residents of Leetonia to carry on.

Throughout its history, Leetonia has seen the construction of a new K-12 school building, a new library building, and the installation of a major leg of the Greenway Bike Trail.  The site of the Leetonia Iron and Coal Company got an historic marker in 1993 and plans are in place to turn the site into a historic park and education center.

We are always looking for contributions to the town history!  Please stop by the Administrative Office or email us at if you have any photographs or information.  Also, be sure to find us on Facebook!