GALLIPOLIS — When Barbara Shelton first learned she had a rare type of cancer last November, she became overwhelmed with a series of emotions.
POMEROY — The parents and students sat and waited patiently under the gazebo of the Pomeroy Parking Lot.
MORGANTOWN — A Point Pleasant Jr./Sr. High School alumna is finding a way to combine and showcase two of her passions during her college experience at West Virginia University.
RIPLEY, W.Va. — Thanks to a considerate individual, the World Wide Web and a nonprofit foundation, a Purple Heart has finally made its way back into the hands of its owner's family.
WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service and the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration continue to hear from taxpayers who have received unsolicited calls from individuals demanding payment while fraudulently claiming to be from the...
POINT PLEASANT — After a few months of uncertainty, Title I schools in Mason County have been re-budgeted for state approval.
POINT PLEASANT — Mason County Schools held a staff opening day ceremony Monday in the Point Pleasant Jr./Sr. High School auditorium to recognize outstanding staff members, welcome new staff members and kick off the start of the new academic...
GALLIPOLIS — Court proceedings involving former Gallia County assistant dog warden Jason Harris have been delayed once again.
POINT PLEASANT —One Mason County teacher recently received a regional award for a unique teaching technique.
GALLIPOLIS — When Jo Gills, of Point Pleasant, decided to track down the artist of a special painting that had been in her family for a number of years, she didn't realize it would lead to the discovery of a local artist that also produced...
MIDDLEPORT — Ash Street Church of Middleport announces a Gospel Sing with Forever Blessed and a book signing for Pastor Mark Morrow at 6:30 p.m. Saturday (Aug. 9).
MASON COUNTY — The majority of Mason County families can expect their students to travel the same bus routes this year at the start of school on Aug. 14, with one route exception.
GALLIPOLIS — Locals might think they've traveled through time when the 26th annual All Ohio Model T Jamboree rolls through the streets of Gallia County and Mason County, W.Va., for a weekend on Aug. 29-31.
POINT PLEASANT — At a recent meeting of the Mason County Board of Education, an update on this year's Office of Education Performance Audits (OEPA) and information about future changes to OEPA's evaluation process was...
GALLIPOLIS — Yet another area resident has been charged with the sexual assault of a juvenile, according to a release issued by the office of Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine late Wednesday.
POINT PLEASANT — The cases of two parents accused of contributing to their infant son's death have been bound over to the grand jury.
COLUMBUS — A federal court judge has frozen the assets of a former Gallipolis-based financial adviser amid allegations she conned a 96-year-old nursing home resident out of $1.5 million.
GALLIPOLIS — Following nearly two years in the local court system, the case against a Gallia County man accused of shooting and seriously injuring a local police officer has concluded.
POINT PLEASANT — Mason County families and students will gather to celebrate the start of the school year on Friday evening outside Point Pleasant Intermediate School.
The Point Pleasant Register has been named July's business of the month by the Mason County Area Chamber of Commerce. Pictured are Chamber Board President Richard Walker, Chamber Executive Director Hilda Austin, Civitas Media Content Manager...
BIDWELL — After nearly four and half hours on the run, a Meigs County man was apprehened during the early morning hours on Tuesday morning after he allegedly invaded the home of an elderly woman.
OHIO VALLEY — The 2014 Reader's Choice: Best of the Best Tri-County contest starts today, and submissions are due Aug. 13.
POINT PLEASANT — The Point Pleasant Police Department recovered a suspect vehicle Thursday evening matching the description of a truck that was reportedly observed at a burglary in Gallia County on Thursday afternoon.
Jesus, confronted by an unbelieving prefect who sought to justify himself, was famously asked, “What is truth.” (John 18:38)
ATHENS — Ohio University has received top marks in two ranking systems designed to provide students and parents with information about the overall quality and cost of higher education.