POMEROY — Pomeroy village residents are set to experience an outage between 8-11 p.m. Sunday for AEP repairs, as discussed during this week's village council meeting.
POMEROY — The winner of the Pomeroy Drew Webster Post and Unit 39 American Legion Auxiliary quilt raffle has been announced.
MASON — Nearly 250 students will be combining their musical and artistic talents to help those in need this holiday season, when the annual Bend Area CARE Christmas Concert is held.
POMEROY — Again this year, as a part of the Christmas celebration, the Pomeroy Merchants Association will be staging three contests — candy, cookies and crafts.
POMEROY — Police say a shotgun slug was found wedged in a man's truck on Sunday.
POMEROY — The Pomeroy Police Department is currently investigating three pharmacy break-ins that occurred over the Thanksgiving weekend.
COLUMBUS — Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine's office has a few charitable giving tips for Ohioans who will donate to charity this holiday season.
POINT PLEASANT — The trial of a Meigs County man accused of assaulting a Mason County resident at the Mason County Fair last year is set to go at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 2 in Mason County Circuit Court.
ATHENS — Did you know that one in four people with diabetes is depressed? People with Type 2 diabetes are two times more likely to experience depression in their lifetime than their peers without diabetes.
MIDDLEPORT — The Christmas season got off to a start Friday evening when the Riverbend Arts Council presented their 2014 Talent Revue, “Dreaming of Christmas,” to a packed house.
OHIO VALLEY — 'Tis the season, and Santa is all ears.
MIDDLEPORT — The Middleport Village Council discussed various items at the recent meeting Nov. 24.With winter approaching, the council talked about plans for this year and beyond.
RACINE — More than 300 people attended Southern Elementary's Literacy Night to explore the art of “reading” amid the theme of “Reading Around The World.”According to...
COLUMBUS — Lt. Chad J. Neal was promoted to the rank of staff lieutenant by Colonel Paul A. Pride, Ohio State highway Patrol superintendent, during a recent ceremony at the patrol's academy.
GALLIPOLIS — After a months-long investigation, area law enforcement officials say five people across Gallia and Meigs counties have been arrested on various drug-related charges.
OHIO VALLEY — After braving department stores on Black Friday, shoppers all across the nation will look local this weekend to continue their holiday shopping and support local businesses on Small Business Saturday.
POMEROY — A parade down Main Street at 2 p.m. Sunday will kick-off Pomeroy's annual observance of “Christmas Along the River,” an event hosted by the Pomeroy Merchants Association.
POMEROY — The Meigs County Commission met for its weekly meeting on Tuesday to discuss a few list items.
MIDDLEPORT — One second, Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall member Alan Wallace is standing in front of his fire truck alongside fellow firefighter Mark Skipper when, out of the corner of his eye, he spotted a low-flying plane coming toward the west...
POMEROY — The Meigs Local Board of Education approved Michael Kennedy as the head track coach for the 2015 track season, and David Hooper as varsity assistant coach, as recommended by Kennedy.
REEDSVILLE — At the recent local board meeting, Eastern High School accepted a donation of of $6,671 from Eastern Local PTO for 16 iPads and an iPad Cart.
POMEROY — John M. Stuart, 17, son of Doug and Brenda Stuart, of Pomeroy, was awarded scouting's highest rank of Eagle Scout on Nov. 9 at Hemlock Grove Christian Church by Greg McCall, Scoutmaster of Pomeroy Troop 299. Stuart is the 22nd...
POMEROY — Meigs County Auditor Mary T. Byer-Hill says dog and kennel licenses for 2015 will be available Dec. 1.
GALLIPOLIS — Brenda Mershon is the new director of nursing for Holzer Senior Care Center.Prior to joining Holzer Senior Care Center, Mershon worked for ResCare as the director of nursing in Gallipolis, and also held...
POMEROY — Ohio state Rep. Debbie Phillips says Meigs County residents no longer have to worry about House Bill 515, as it is set to die at the end of this year.