MASON — The Mason Town Council voted to proceed with a small water project in the Clifton area.
POINT PLEASANT —Two Point Pleasant High School grads have joined forces at GEN11 Studios.
POINT PLEASANT — A Point Pleasant man has been sentenced to prison after entering a plea of guilty to attempted murder in Mason County Circuit Court.
NEW HAVEN — Brittni Kaylor of New Haven was named coordinator of the Mason County Anti-Drug Coalition in January, and since then she has not had much time to rest.
WEST COLUMBIA, W.Va — The aroma of warm chocolate wafted through the air Monday at West Columbia United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall.
GALLIPOLIS — The Gallia County Commissioners and Gallia County Economic Development and Job and Family Services, Ohio Means Jobs-Gallia County will host a job fair Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Quality Inn, 577 State Route 7 North, in...
CHARLESTON — A bill with close ties to a Mason County tragedy has now passed both the House and Senate at the state Capitol and is on its way to the desk of Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin.
POINT PLEASANT — A Point Pleasant man has been sentenced to prison for his role in the robbery of the Point Pleasant Food Mart last year.
OHIO VALLEY — The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio is overlaying a new 220 area code for the established 740 area code region to keep up with growing telecommunication needs.
OAK HILL — In recognition of National Nutrition Month during March, Holzer Nutrition Services will be hosting a cooking demonstration at Oak Hill Public Library at 6 p.m. March 24.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Meigs County Sheriff Keith Wood advises missing juvenile Ali Wooten of Racine has been located in Morgantown, W.Va. March 15, 2015. Sheriff Wood says the Meigs County Sheriff's Office received a tip of Wooten's...
RACINE — The Meigs County Sheriff's Office is continuing their investigation into the whereabouts of missing juvenile Ali Wooten.
ATHENS — The Ohio University Board of Trustees engaged in conversations about wide-ranging efforts to meet the long-term needs of the university community at meetings on the Athens Campus.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Marshall University's School of Music and Theatre will host a series of presentations, master classes and performances in April to feature Dr. Brigid Burke, the Edwards Distinguished Professor of the...
HUNTINGTON, W.Va.—Marshall University's Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine and St George's University of London Medical School have signed an agreement to begin a new education program that allows medical students from each school to...
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The Coalition for a Tobacco-Free West Virginia is working to stop House Bill 2646: the fireworks regulation bill, which many have characterized as the “Christmas Tree” bill of the 2015 Legislative session and now...
GALLIPOLIS — A Gallia County man will spend about a decade and a half behind bars after he was sentenced Friday for his role in a string of summer robberies that stretched from Gallipolis to Crown City and into Scioto County.
NELSONVILLE — The Wayne National Forest Ironton Ranger District is recruiting volunteers to assist in a tree planting project in Lawrence County's Decatur Township.
POINT PLEASANT — The Mason County Commission is looking to enhance security at the county courthouse by upgrading and adding digital camera and monitoring equipment.
POINT PLEASANT — As the holiday season faded into memory, the first of the year got off to a bit of a rocky start in Mason County with a rise in unemployment.
ATHENS — Keith Wandell and Samuel Crowl will serve as Ohio University's 2015 undergraduate commencement speakers.
OHIO VALLEY — The Parkersburg Area Community Foundation and Regional Affiliates is accepting scholarship applications for the Women's Opportunity Fund – Linda Culp Memorial Scholarship.
POINT PLEASANT — With spring on its way, so are plans for the City of Point Pleasant in 2015.
POINT PLEASANT — The Lenten Luncheon Series sponsored by the Mason County Ministerial Association continues its march toward Easter.
GALLIPOLIS — A Gallia County man was handed the maximum prison sentence under Ohio law Tuesday for his role in a series of burglaries last summer