POINT PLEASANT, W.Va. — The sentencings of two Meigs County men who took pleas in a 2013 assault case have been continued to Jan. 12, 2015.
POMEROY —The Meigs County Commissioners want to inform Meigs County residents that the courthouse will close at noon Christmas Eve and will remain closed for the rest of the week.
POMEROY — The Meigs County Health Department held a public hearing on Thursday concerning the changes to some of the fees in the sewage treatment systems program.
RACINE— Deputies from the Meigs County Sheriff's Office arrested two men Dec. 11 on suspicion of a theft that took place at Shelly Sand Gravel in Letart Township.
RACINE — The Southern Local third grade is one of many classes at Southern Local and across Meigs County that have teamed up with retired teachers for the “Sr.'s In The Classroom”/Seniors in Schools'...
GALLIPOLIS — The sweet sounds of the season from sacred to secular will be filling the hall at the historic Ariel Theatre when a number of regional ensembles takes the stage Dec. 20 for Voices of Christmas.
POMEROY — Bethany UMC Sonshine Circle recently met for their Christmas meeting.
POMEROY — Lori Litchfield of Pomeroy with her pecan pie bars was winner of the Pomeroy Merchants Association's Christmas cookie baking contest.
GALLIPOLIS — A Gallia County man was sentenced this week to 15 years in prison for his role in a string of summer robberies that stretched from Gallipolis to Crown City.
RACINE —The Southern Give-a-Book Campaign entered its ninth year this year.“It's been nine years, but it doesn't seem like it,” Southern Federal Programs director Scott Wolfe...
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POINT PLEASANT — This is the season of giving and sometimes that means giving — and getting — the flu.Influenza activity remains low in the area, but indicators show activity is increasing.
POMEROY — Hemlock Grange has donated $313 to the Meigs Cooperative Pantry. The money collected will help purchase groceries for the organizaton, Hilda Weaver said. Weaver is in charge of the pantry, and has been doing so for eight years as of...
POMEROY – Meigs County EMS held a graduation ceremony for EMT students Dec. 15, 2014 at the Emergency Operations Center.
SYRACUSE — After an executive session at a recent Syracuse Village Council meeting, the majority of members went on record in favor of letting the Friends of Syracuse group erect a cross as a veterans memorial in the village.
MIDDLEPORT — Edna Martin, 86, of Middleport, died Sunday, Dec. 14, 2014 at Rocksprings Rehabilitation Center. Arrangements will be announced by the Ewing Funeral Home in Pomeroy.
MASON — For the second year in a row, Wahama High School has been designated a “success” school by the West Virginia Department of Education.
POMEROY — Larry D. Tucker, a member of the board of education from Meigs Local School District, has been appointed to serve a two-year term on the Executive Committee of the Southeast Region of the Ohio School Boards Association.
GALLIPOLIS — Two local men have recently graduated from U.S. Marine Corps boot camp at Parris Island, S.C.
GALLIPOLIS — The Gallia Academy High School Key Club, in partnership with the Gallipolis Rotary Club, Gallipolis Kiwanis Club, Serenity House, Tuscany Cuccini, and the City of Gallipolis, sponsored a “Cardboard City” on Sept. 27 to...
POMEROY — The Meigs County Humane Society has received a check for $10,000 in from the Two Mauds Foundation, a private animal welfare foundation.
POMEROY — Employees from the Meigs County Health Department were in attendance for the weekly Meigs County Commission meeting Thursday.
POMEROY — Josephine L. Hill, of Long Bottom, was the winner of the Pomeroy Merchants Association's Christmas candy contest staged Saturday at People's Bank.
POMEROY — Meigs County sheriff's deputies arrested Matthew Eblin Jr., 21, on Dec. 6 after responding to calls about a possible altercation on Wagner Lane.
GALLIPOLIS, Ohio — Officials with the Ariel-Ann Carson Dater Performing Arts Centre and the Ohio Valley Symphony say Agnes A. Enrico-Simon is the winner of the 2014 Maestro for a Moment competition.