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Luke Diamond, a senior at Ohio Christian University, set out Thursday to trail bike around Hargus Lake before the approaching winter storm moved in on... [Read More]
COLUMBUS—Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has announced the top consumer complaints his office received in 2017, when more than 22,000 complaints were filed. [Read More]
Scrapbooks kept by Victorian women and girls can be a source of some wonderful memories. Such is the case of the book put together by... [Read More]
The wise old owl thermometer that hangs out looking over Long Street in Ashville has gone pretty wild this week. The highs and lows of... [Read More]
CIRCLEVILLE— Roundtown UFO Society (RUFOS) director Pete Hartinger says that the organization only deals in facts and first-hand reports. [Read More]
Monday is the federal holiday honoring the life and work of civil rights leader, the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. Government offices and schools will... [Read More]
CIRCLEVILLE—All across the United States, emergency services and hospitals are working to conserve intravenous bag and saline solution supplies, just as the Circleville Fire Department... [Read More]
At Walnut Elementary School, a student from each homeroom is chosen as the "Student of the Month" by the staff members. The students are recognized... [Read More]
7th Grade: Emalee Akers, Hope Akers, Bradyn Allen, Hunter Auflick, Jillian Ayers, Braylen Baker, Lance Berard, Caitlyn Blakburn, Owen Braun, Trey Burns, Dylan Cantrell, Nicholas... [Read More]
More than ever, cyberthieves are targeting Ohio's local governments, tax dollars and individuals with great sophistication. Increasingly, those being targeted are taking steps to bolster... [Read More]
CIRCLEVILLE— The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) is preparing for any outcome to the possible upcoming winter storm by getting its fleet ready. [Read More]
CIRCLEVILLE— Roundtown Players' production of "Our Town" may not be about Circleville directly, but director Justin Atkinson believes audience members can find some things that... [Read More]
The Pickaway Addiction Action Coalition (PAAC) has unveiled a strategic blueprint to help solve the substance abuse disorder problem in the community. [Read More]
Wednesday afternoon, the Ohio Department of Health learned of Ohio's second pediatric flu death of the 2017-18 flu season, a 1-year-old boy from Lucas County.... [Read More]
Pickaway-Ross Career & Technology Center hosted its second Career Tech Kids Day on Saturday, Nov. 18, 2017, welcoming more than 100 children and their families.... [Read More]
Hunters checked 13,268 white-tailed deer during Ohio's muzzleloader season, Jan. 6-9, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). During last year's muzzleloader season,... [Read More]
When Pickaway County Sheriff Robert Radcliff makes a decision to declare a snow weather emergency, it's not something he does lightly. [Read More]
Anthony D. Carter, the heroin and cocaine supplier to the Crosby family drug ring that was taken down by "Operation Lights Out" in 2016, has... [Read More]
A cold-shooting third quarter cost Westfall the lead on Thursday and it was never able to recover in a 62-51 Scioto Valley Conference loss to... [Read More]
Amanda-Clearcreek wasted no time building a sizable lead on Wednesday to rout visiting Federal Hocking 71-36 in a non-league game. [Read More]