HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Marshall University's presidential search committee met today in executive session on the Huntington campus to review candidate materials and determine a select field of applicants for preliminary...
Duane Weber, of Meigs County, was the winner of Ohio Valley Publishing's annual March Mania Bracket contest. Several brackets were received from Ohio Valley readers that were narrowed down to a tiebreaker. Weber's bracket was the winner as...
OHIO VALLEY — The deadline for the Bureau of Motor Vehicles high-school age art contest is April 17.
POMEROY — The Meigs County Courthouse bells joined thousands of others Thursday that were being rung across the nation in commemoration of the end of the Civil War 150 years ago.
POMEROY — The Meigs County Commissioners on Thursday approved a resolution that authorized the ringing of the Meigs County Courthouse bell as part of a nationwide observance.
REEDSVILLE — The following students appeared on the Honor Roll at Eastern Local High School for the third nine weeks grading period.All “A” Honor Roll12th grade- Brock Smith.
POMEROY — April has been designated Child Abuse Prevention Month by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Service and is encouraging all residents to “Pause for a Child.”
MASON, W.Va. — A Gallia County man has been arrested and accused of scamming residents in Mason for money after allegedly promising to complete tree trimming work he started but did not finish.
RACINE — One of the largest and most highly skilled science fairs in Southern history was recently held in grades 7 and 8 in the Southern Junior High School gymnasium, where seventh-grade student Shelby Cleland took Best of Show.
GALLIPOLIS — Tuesday marked the beginning of a six-week Diversion Truancy Program conducted by the Gallia County Juvenile Court.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Dr. Lucas Morel, professor of ethics and politics and head of the politics department at Washington and Lee University, will be the featured speaker at the next Amicus Curiae Lecture at Marshall University.
CHARLESTON — State Treasurer John Perdue is warning Mountain State residents not to be duped by what appears to be an unclaimed property/identity theft scam.
MIDDLEPORT — Ohio Organized Crime Investigations Commission Major Crimes Task Force of Gallia-Meigs Counties conducted a search warrant at 70 N. Second Ave., Apartment 1, in Middleport, according to Middleport Police Department Middleport Chief...
POMEROY — Our Town: Pomeroy was screened at the 38th annual conference of the Appalachian Studies Association.
MEIGS COUNTY — Auditor of State Dave Yost said Meigs Local School District is one of the statewide recipients of the Auditor of State Award for their clean audit reports.
POMEROY — As of March 15, Robert Payne is no longer a member of Pomeroy Council.
POMEROY — The Pomeroy Police Department has released a list of outstanding bench warrants issued by the Pomeroy Mayors Court. These bench warrants are for failure to appear and failure to comply with court orders and these people are subject to...
OHIO VALLEY — Walmart this week launched the Fight Hunger, Spark Change campaign, a nationwide initiative calling on the public to take action in the fight against hunger.
OHIO VALLEY — The American Red Cross encourages eligible blood donors to make a difference in the lives of patients this spring by giving blood.
POMEROY — The Meigs County Retired Teachers association recently met at the Wild Horse and heard guest speaker Carol Remington, vice president of the Eastern Area of the Ohio Retired Teachers Association (ORTA). She is the president-elect of...
POINT PLEASANT — The closure of the Philip Sporn Plant in New Haven, namely how its closure will affect employees, was a topic of discussion at the most recent Mason County Commission meeting.
POINT PLEASANT — A Middleport, Ohio, man has been charged with third-degree sexual assault (15 counts) and use of a minor in filming sexually explicit conduct.
POMEROY — As part of a nationwide commemoration of the surrender of the Confederate Army on April 9, 1865, Pomeroy will join communities across the country in observance.Bells will reverberate throughout the land as...
GALLIPOLIS — A former assistant county dog warden charged in connection with the deaths of several dogs between March 2012 and Valentine's Day 2014 was acquitted Thursday of those charges.
COLUMBUS — Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine warned Ohioans to watch for scams as they search for tickets to upcoming events, including the Cincinnati Reds and Cleveland Indians baseball home openers.