YEA Health Fair offers resources to parents and their children

YEA Health Fair offers resources to parents and their children

  Serving up hamburgers to a hungry crowd, (Youth Empowerment Activities) staff and Mollie Stevens, prevention and development manager at Ironton-Lawrence County Community Action Organization’s ... Read more | Add your comment

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Will PO get approval?

Sheriff to see if any funds there for jail move   Sometime today Lawrence County Sheriff Jeff Lawless should get official word if there is ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Weather causes Friday concert to be rescheduled  | Add your comment
  2. Kasich signs $71B, 2-year budget after vetoing 44 items  | Add your comment
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South Point on temporary water shortage

SOUTH POINT — Due to the electrical outage on Tuesday morning in the village of South Point, the South Point Water system lost three water ... Read more | Add your comment

Kitts Hill woman dies in car accident

KITTS HILL — The Ironton Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating a fatal one-vehicle crash that occurred Monday night on Township Road ... Read more | Add your comment

Ironton man arrested for rape

The Scioto County Sheriff’s Office released a statement Tuesday confirming an Ironton man was arrested for the rape of a juvenile. Sheriff Marty V. Donini ... Read more | Add your comment

Proctorville PD gets new cruiser

Proctorville PD gets new cruiser

  PROCTORVILLE— A new police cruiser was added to the Proctorville Police Department back in May from the surplus of the Ohio Department of Administrative ... Read more | Add your comment

2nd person dies in crash

SOUTH POINT — A second occupant in a high-speed chase has died, according to a release form the Ohio State Highway Patrol. Kimoni C. Davis, ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Where’s the beef?  | Add your comment
  2. Excess bacteria closes beach at Lake Vesuvius  | Add your comment
  3. Arrests hit heroin trade in SE Ohio  | Add your comment
  4. Supreme Court upholds use of controversial execution drug  | Add your comment
  5. OU Trustees approve budget, capital plan  | Add your comment
  6. Police announce crackdown where women missing  | Add your comment
  7. New pig on the block  | Add your comment
  8. Like a brickhouse  | Add your comment
  9. One dead after high-speed chase  | Add your comment
  10. Tuesday night concert  | Add your comment
  11. New EVT degree offered at Southern  | Add your comment
  12. Some balk, while others rejoice at court ruling  | Add your comment
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  14. Aspire! Conservatory of Fine and Performing Art first of its kind in area  | Add your comment


Rain only delays Reds’ loss

Rain only delays Reds’ loss

CINCINNATI (AP) — After a long wait to get started, Anthony DeSclafani had a hard time doing anything quickly. Read more | Add your comment

  1. K of C annual summer drawing set for July 18  | Add your comment
  2. Trio receive qualifying offers from Cavaliers  | Add your comment
  3. Blue Jackets acquire Saad from Chicago  | Add your comment


Big Brothers Big Sisters makes huge difference

Big Brothers Big Sisters makes huge difference

  Local mentor gets national distinction   Being a sister is something that came naturally to Carrie Stambaugh. After all, growing up with five siblings ... Read more | Add your comment

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Fireworks can prove deadly

This weekend people all over the Tri-State will celebrate America’s independence in a number of ways. Several communities in Lawrence County will have festivals, like ... Read more | Add your comment


County fair means good time

Can you smell the sweet aroma of the funnel cakes cooking? How about the taste of ... Read more | Add your comment




The beginnings of a bridge that’s been around for four decades; a long-gone taxi service in Proctorville and onetime high school court stars make up ... Read more | Add your comment

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Sheriff: Jail conditions worsening

Ninety-two prisoners were in the Lawrence County Jail on Monday. That is 65 more than the state says should be housed there. On top of ... Read more | Add your comment