GALLIPOLIS — The French Art Colony, a regional multi-arts center in Gallipolis, will showcase the travel show portion of the Ohio Watercolor Society's 37th Annual Exhibition now until Feb. 22.
COLUMBUS — In just the first two days of tax filing, which launched Jan. 20, The Ohio Benefit Bank helped nearly 400 Ohioans file their 2014 tax returns for free.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Marshall University's Special Collections department of University Libraries received two sets of historical materials recently.
LOGAN — Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says a Hocking County Grand Jury has indicted a Logan man on charges of running an illegal casino and gambling violations.
MASON COUNTY — It can be a long, boring stretch of time between the excitement of Christmas and the coming of spring.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — The Marshall University School of Pharmacy has scheduled its first Preview Day for 2 p.m. March 28 at the school located adjacent to the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Huntington.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — The Marshall University Choral Union resumes Monday rehearsals at 7 p.m. Jan. 26 in the Choral Rehearsal Room in Smith Music Hall on Marshall's Huntington campus.
COLUMBUS — Air pollution issues are frequently associated with large manufacturers and heavy industry, but many small businesses in Ohio must also address air quality.
GALLIPOLIS — Ohio Valley Banc Corp.'s Board of Directors declared a cash dividend of $0.21 per common share payable on February 10, 2015, to shareholders of record on Jan. 30. This amount represents no decrease over the $0.21 per common...
RACINE — The Southern Local School Board held their annual organizational meeting Jan. 13 to appoint officers for 2015.
RACINE — The seventh “Big Fooze Night” Southern Alumni basketball game will be Feb. 21, at Southern High School beginning at 5 p.m.
DAVIDSON, N.C. — Civitas Media, a publisher of the Gallipolis Daily Tribune, Point Pleasant Register and The Daily Sentinel in Pomeroy, along with more than 100 other community newspapers in 12 states, announced...
CHESAPEAKE, Ohio — Frederick Thomas Johnson, 67, of Chesapeake, passed away Monday, Jan. 19, 2015, at Cabell Huntington Hospital, in Huntington, W.Va.Hall Funeral Home and Crematory, Proctorville, Ohio, is in charge of arrangements.
HILLSBORO — The Southern Ohio Agricultural & Community Development Foundation will be accepting applications until Jan. 31 for the Educational Excellence Competitive Grant Program for the 2015-16 school year.
GALLIPOLIS — Plans continue for a new wellness center to be located at 735 Second Ave. in Gallipolis.The center will incorporate an integrated program of health care services, including cardiac rehabilitation,...
POMEROY — “We are getting a reputation for being a little trashy.”That's according to Steve Jenkins, program administrator for the Meigs Soil and Water Conservation District, who recently reported...
SOUTH CHARLESTON — Preliminary counts of game checking tags indicate West Virginia hunters harvested 104,223 white-tailed deer during the recently completed bucks-only, antlerless, muzzleloader, archery and youth/Class Q/Class XS deer seasons,...
BEND AREA — The first week of the election filing period for the towns of Mason and Hartford has passed, and interest seems tepid.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Jeff Smith has been elected chairman of the American Bankers Association's Community Bankers Council, which represents America's 6,000-plus community banks, for the 2014-15 association year.
POMEROY — The Meigs County Commission met on Thursday to appoint a part-time worker and committee member.
POMEROY – Meigs County EMS Director Robert Jacks announced today that Paramedic Lowell Ridenour has been selected as the 2014 Employee of the Year.The selection of Medic Ridenour is in recognition of outstanding...
POINT PLEASANT — “This is a disease you should not die of.”Said Dr. Fri Mofor-Eta of cervical cancer.
POMEROY — Snow and ice may be on the ground, but spring is just around the corner.Now is the time to start planning for spring tree-planting projects.
MASON — The Mason Town Council has set a plan into action that will raise water and sewer rates a total of four times over the next year and nine months.
POMEROY — The Meigs Local School Board conducted its first meetings of 2015 on Tuesday night.