MASON — Following questions and concerns by town residents regarding the upcoming increases in water and sewer rates, Mayor Donna Dennis explained their need at the most recent meeting of the Mason Town Council.
NEW HAVEN — Only a few days remain for potential candidates to file for office in the Hartford and Mason municipal elections, both slated for June 9.
POMEROY — Ronald Hugh Bearhs, 76, of Pomeroy, went to be with the Lord on Monday, Jan. 26, 2015.
POMEROY — Chaplin Mick Williams, of American Legion Drew Webster Post No. 39 in Pomeroy, says in commemoration of the dramatic sacrifices of four armed forces chaplins during World War II, the American Legion will observe Relgious Emphasis Week...
CHESTER TOWNSHIP — Chester Township recently released information on their annual review of 2014 and announced officers for 2015.
MEIGS COUNTY — On Friday, Jan. 23, the Meigs County Sheriff's Office, along with the Child Support Division of the Meigs County Department of Job and Family Services, conducted a round-up of court-issued warrants related to non-payment and...
ATHENS, Ohio — Professional golfer and educator Renee Powell is one of only six African American women to ever play on the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Tour and the first woman of color to be elected to membership in the PGA of...
POMEROY —The Meigs High School Drama Club will present “Blizzard of Bands,” a concert showcasing local bands, on Friday to help raise funds for its upcoming annual spring musical production.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Electronic raffle machines operated by fraternal and veterans organizations brought in millions of dollars for Ohio charities during the past three years, according to a coalition of groups that is fighting an effort to...
POINT PLEASANT — Marshall University has plans next month to stage a reception in Point Pleasant to welcome the school's interim president, Gary G. White.
POMEROY — The following is the Meigs High School Honor Roll for the second nine weeks:
POMEROY — During the last few weeks, the Extension office has received many calls and questions regarding the Ohio Agricultural Fertilizer Applicator Certification requirements and training.
POINT PLEASANT — An organization which has brought millions of dollars of outside money into Point Pleasant in the last 25 years is hosting its annual fundraiser to keep developing projects to benefit the community.
MIDDLEPORT — Middleport's sewers are getting a much needed cleaning, according to Mayor Michael Gerlach.
RACINE — Three people have been arrested following a bust at a suspected methamphetamine lab in Meigs County.
GALLIPOLIS — The Ohio Department of Transportation plans to portions of Ohio 7 and U.S. 35 ramps in Gallipolis on Jan. 29 so that crews can work on replacing a beam on the Silver Memorial Bridge.
The Daily Sentinel conducted a coloring contest in December that was sponsored by Home National Bank. Pages appeared in the newspaper and had several pictures from which children could choose. The contest was for children 10 and younger, and...
ATHENS — The Ohio University Board of Trustees approved tuition and fee rates for the first cohort of students under The Ohio Guarantee and discussed the impact of new financial aid initiatives at meetings on the Athens campus.
MASON COUNTY, W.Va. — “It's a farmers market, and it sells things.”
CHARLESTON — A little over a week after mentioning his support of the completion of US 35, on Thursday Governor Earl Ray Tomblin announced the West Virginia Division of Highways will be advertising for Request of Qualifications (RFQ) for the...
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.