GALLIPOLIS — Following an ongoing investigation into the purchase and sale of illegal drugs within the Village of Rio Grande, the Rio Grande Police Department filed felony drug-related charges against four suspects — defendants who were all recently indicted by a grand jury.Phill Brandon Unroe, 28, Brian K. Williams, Jr., 18, Amanda Little, 36, and Sandra Wolford, 55, all appeared this past week before Common Pleas Judge D. Dean Evans for arraignment hearings related to...
GALLIPOLIS — A prison sentence was recently handed down in the Gallia County Common Pleas Court to a Point Pleasant man charged with breaking and entering.Michael R. Richmond, 26, was sentenced this past week to eight months of imprisonment in the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction after he pleaded guilty to a fifth-degree felony charge of breaking and entering.According to the indictment in this case, Richmond broke into a garage located on Lariat Dr...
POMEROY —U.S. Congressman Bill Johnson, R-Marietta, visited Pomeroy and Gallipolis on Thursday to meet with the county commissioners, village officials and community leaders for a round-table discussion about legislation in Washington.An emphasis of the discussions was on Federal Emergency Management Agency and legislation that delays implementation of new regulations for large increases in the cost of flood insurance, and the work that remains for a more permanent solution....
RIO GRANDE — Buckeye Hills Career Center will feature live entertainment at their annual Expo April 26-27. The Expo will be each day from noon to 5 p.m. on the Buckeye Hills campus.The entertainment is scheduled as follows: April 26 — Noon, Summer Shade; 2 p.m., Corey Hager and Friends; 3 p.m., Open Rail. April 27— Noon, His Atonement; 2 p.m., The Gospel Strings; 4 p.m., Jeff Seitz
The following River Valley High School students were named to the third quarter Honor Roll:
GALLIPOLIS — Gallia Academy High School Principal Josh Donley recognizes the following students for achieving honor roll for the third grading period.The following students have achieved at least a 3.00 grade point average or above:
GALLIPOLIS — A former caretaker was sentenced Monday in Gallia County Common Pleas Court after he reportedly abused or neglected a disabled person.After pleading guilty to a fourth-degree felony charge of patient abuse, William Crane, 35, of Middleport, was sentenced by Common Pleas Judge D. Dean Evans to two years of community control.Following Monday’s hearing, Assistant Gallia County prosecuting attorneys Eric Mulford and Britt Wiseman said the case would ...
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