POINT PLEASANT — Pleasant Valley Hospital has announced the appointment of Ryan Henry, APRN, CRNA, to the position of director of surgical services, a role that includes responsibility for the surgical programs at Pleasant Valley...
POINT PLEASANT — At the most recent meeting of the Mason County Schools Board of Education, Title I funding allocation was discussed, and Federal Programs Director Pat Park gave the board her recommendation for allocating the funds and...
POINT PLEASANT — Those indicted by the January term of the grand jury recently returned to Mason County Circuit Court for arraignment, which included entering formal pleas to their charges and setting trial dates.
NEW HAVEN — Two new purchases were approved at the most recent meeting of the New Haven Town Council, according to Recorder Roberta Hysell.
POINT PLEASANT — The Point Pleasant Jr./Sr. High School Football Boosters are looking to add a wellness center to the school's current weight room.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Four of Ohio's statewide officers expressed opposition Thursday to an effort to legalize medical and recreational marijuana, with the state's attorney general calling one proposal “a stupid...
GALLIPOLIS — Holzer Hospice offers music therapy as part of their services to patients, and Leslie Shoecraft, neurologic music therapist, of Rhythm-N-You, spearheads the efforts for the program.
MARIETTA — Peoples Bancorp Inc. announced Thursday its results for the quarter and year ended Dec. 31, 2014.
GALLIPOLIS — Ohio Valley Banc Corp. reported consolidated net income for the quarter ended Dec. 31, 2014, of $423,000, a decrease from the $1,886,000 earned for the fourth quarter of 2013.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Point Pleasant native Larry Crum, a 2005 graduate of Marshall University with a degree in public relations, has been named the new assistant director of alumni relations at Marshall.
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.
POINT PLEASANT — Principal Shawn Hawkins, of Point Pleasant Intermediate School, gave the Mason County Schools Board of Education a Local School Improvement Council update at the board's most recent meeting, providing the board with WEST...
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Congressman David B. McKinley, R-W.Va., introduced a bipartisan resolution calling for an end to the postal slowdown and a return to prior service standards.
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...
POINT PLEASANT — The holiday season in Mason County saw unemployment decline, according to the latest statistics from WorkForce West Virginia.
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.
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.
WEST COLUMBIA — “The lack of money is the root of all evil.”
POINT PLEASANT — Flu season is definitely here.
NEW HAVEN — The New Haven Police Department will soon be getting a new patrol car, after the town council approved the purchase at a recent meeting.
MASON COUNTY —This tax season, Mason County Public Libraries — like many libraries in the United States — will receive less tax forms to make available for public use due to IRS budget cuts.
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.
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.”