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The Village of New Boston has chimed in on the medical marijuana discussion, announcing that Portsmouth is not the only local municipality eligible for a... [Read More]
A New Boston resident is fighting to keep her pet pig, despite an ordinance preventing residents from keeping pigs within the Village. "I have a... [Read More]
As we look at landscape design, we must consider function. This is usually why you called me. Either you want shade or you want something... [Read More]
Over the past several seasons, the sport of cross country and track, and the overall competitiveness inside said discipline, has arguably gone through a major... [Read More]
It takes a lot to be flawless from start to finish. However, that's exactly what the Northwest boys soccer and Wheelersburg girls soccer programs were... [Read More]
From Saturday evening to Tuesday afternoon, all AIM Media Midwest staff members, including those at the Daily Times, were not able to access and did... [Read More]
Throughout the duration of the 2017 season, the production of Erin Daniels and Marissa Risner at the head of the offensive attack has been nothing... [Read More]
Since its arrival to the Portsmouth Raceway Park schedule back in 2012, Carl Short's Dirt Track World Championship finale — which is held annually on... [Read More]
The seasons of two schools were at stake on Tuesday night at Northwest High School, as the Mohawks played the Portsmouth West Senators in a... [Read More]
Behind another dominating effort from Zoiee Smith, who accumulated four goals during a Division II Sectional Semifinal, the Waverly Tigers' girls soccer program defeated Logan... [Read More]
It's not often that fans are treated to three separate marching bands in a high school football game. Normally, both high schools that are playing... [Read More]
The Vern Riffe Center for the Arts (VRCFA) will be hosting its Fourth Annual After Dark Event starting at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 26... [Read More]
Wellston City School District has established five scholarship funds at the Scioto Foundation in Portsmouth as part of their new membership in the Foundation's UCAN... [Read More]
If someone were commissioned to paint a picture of Halloween bliss, it would probably showcase a neighborhood full of children ringing doorbells and gathering treats.... [Read More]
Business was booming as this year's King Biscuit Blues Festival got underway Oct. 4-7 deep in the heart of the Arkansas Delta at Helena-West Helena,... [Read More]
Over the course of the year, the Wheelersburg Pirates' and the West Senators' football programs have proven to be nothing but consistent throughout the course... [Read More]
Changes happen every day and every year, some good and some bad, but no matter what, changes will continue to take place in everything. Change... [Read More]
Marijuana remains a hot topic in Portsmouth as the Cleveland Branch of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) has been collecting... [Read More]
Portsmouth City Council held a public hearing Monday night to allow members of the public to express their views and concerns on the possibility of... [Read More]
The Dever Historical Cemetery in Lucasville (though very old, yet well-maintained by Mr. and Mrs. Marty Locke) was the site of something likely never seen... [Read More]