GALLIPOLIS — A Gallia County man has been sentenced to 15 years is prison after pleading guilty in the death of another area man.
FORT RUCKER, Ala. — U.S. Army Warrant Officer William K. Burleson II recently graduated from the U.S. Army Aviation Center of Excellence Flight School.
POINT PLEASANT — Mason County law enforcement officers made three drug arrests Thursday and Friday in two separate cases.
GALLIPOLIS — The following students have been named to the Ohio Valley Christian School Honor Roll for the first nine weeks. Students earning all A's are denoted with an asterisk.
PATRIOT — The following students have been named to the Southwestern Elementary School Honor Roll for the first nine weeks. Students earning all A's are denoted with an asterisk.
BIDWELL — The following students have been named to the River Valley Middle School Honor Roll for the first nine weeks. Students earning all A's are denoted with an asterisk.
VINTON — The following students have been named to the Vinton Elementary School Honor Roll for the first nine weeks. Students earning all A's are denoted with an asterisk.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Had Ted Shoebridge lived, he would now be 64 years old, and long since retired from a playing career in the NFL or major league baseball.
PATRIOT — A first reading of a policy that could provide students with the opportunity to earn college credit while enrolled in high school was put before the Gallia County Local Schools Board of Education.
COLUMBUS — As holiday shopping season gets into full swing, the STEADY U Ohio initiative reminds Ohioans that there are things they can do to prevent falls during the hustle and bustle of bargain hunting.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Renowned astrophysicist and best-selling author Mario Livio will be on Marshall University's Huntington campus Nov. 12 as the featured lecturer for the Society of Yeager Scholars annual symposium.
GALLIPOLIS — This weekend the first “A Heart Like Ava 5K” will take place to raise awareness and funds for congenital heart disease research in honor and in loving memory of the daughter of a local family.
GALLIPOLIS — Two Gallia County men were each sentenced to five years in prison for their roles in three burglaries in Morgan Township last summer.Seth Jeffers, 18, and Cherodan W. Rockaway, 19, each...
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Robert Meeropol, one of the sons of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, will share his story with the Marshall University community during a Rosenberg trial seminar sponsored by Marshall University's College of Health...
GALLIPOLIS — Voters in Centerville approved Sunday liquor sales, while voters in Rio Grande defeated two similar measures in Tuesday's General Election.
GALLIPOLIS — A Franklin County man will spend the next 12 1/2 years of his life behind bars after a Gallia County jury found him guilty of three counts of drug possession and a weapons under disability charge.
GALLIPOLIS — Holzer Health System Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit held its annual Rehab Reunion, during which the staff recognized a Rehab Employee of the Year, Wendy Wells.
GALLIPOLIS — The art of magic is making the impossible possible.
RIO GRANDE — The University of Rio Grande and Rio Grande Community College has formed an Alumni Council to provide guidance and oversight for its Alumni Association in support of the institutional mission.
COLUMBUS — The state is helping businesses who want to market their product to the world.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Marshall University students from the undergraduate department of public health traveled to Tanzania this past summer in an effort to improve child and maternal health throughout our global world.
ATHENS — Wildlife Officers with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources seized more than 60 pounds of illegally harvested ginseng root and issued more than 125 summonses in southeast Ohio this fall for illegal activity related to harvesting...
PROCTORVILLE, Ohio — Sabrena F. Wiles, 43, of Proctorville, died Sunday Nov. 2, 2014, at St. Mary's Medical Center in Huntington, W.Va.
ATHENS — John Emery Myers Kerr Sr., 84, a longtime resident of Athens, died Friday, Oct. 31, 2014, at Carriage Court of Hilliard, where he has lived since August 2012.
Gallipolis' own goblins, ghouls — and fairies — took to the downtown streets for the city's annual Trick-Or-Treat on Thursday night. On Friday, Washington Elementary School conducted a costume parade in which students, dressed...