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The 6th Annual Foothills Blues & Arts Festival is scheduled for Fri., Aug. 26, and Sat., Aug. 27, in the rolling hills of Meigs County. “Music and art bring people together, and that is what this festival is all about,” said Jared Sheets, president of the Foothills Music Foundation, which is co-sponsoring the festival. “Twenty-one… Read More
Phone lines and Internet are down at two Athens city buildings due to a lightning strike. City officials say the city service garage and the water treatment plant on West State Street were both affected. A storm moved through the region overnight with heavy thunder and lightning. Because of the outage, the Yard Waste Request… Read More
Police say two men charged with involuntary manslaughter caused a fatal traffic crash by wrapping cellophane around a stop sign at an intersection in central Ohio. Plus, a Michigan man and woman are facing felony drug charges after Ohio State Highway Patrol Troopers say they seized 459 oxycodone pills, with a street value of more… Read More
Police say two men charged with involuntary manslaughter caused a fatal traffic crash by wrapping cellophane around a stop sign at an intersection in central Ohio. Pickaway County Sheriff Dwight Radcliff says Seth Stonerock, 19, of Stoutsville and Derek Greenlee, 18, of Circleville are to be arraigned in Circleville Municipal Court Thursday. Police say an… Read More
Seven West Virginia cities, including Parkersburg, will receive federal grants to support law enforcement agencies. U.S. Senators Joe Manchin and Jay Rockefeller and Rep. Nick Rahall announced the funding from the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program on Thursday. The grants will be used to buy equipment, pay overtime and provide other support. They… Read More
A Michigan man and woman are facing felony drug charges after Ohio State Highway Patrol Troopers say they seized 459 oxycodone pills, with a street value of more than $13,770 during a traffic stop in Scioto County. Troopers say they stopped a car on US 23 near Lucasville Wednesday for a marked lanes violation. Investigators… Read More
– Two-hour delay for Trimble Elementary School today, August 25, 2011
More illegal booze has been found in Washington County. For the second time in two weeks, Washington County Sheriff's Deputies have busted-up a moonshine still. They say this one's even bigger than the last. It's 55 gallons and it was found on Tuesday. So far, the sheriff is not saying where this happened and he's… Read More
Bond is continued at a million dollars for a Zanesville man charged with murder. Muskingum Valley Health Centers says its new Zanesville facility allows for more effective delivery of care and more efficient operations. A Perry County town will receive federal funds to make improvements to its water system.
Bond is continued at $1 million for a Zanesville man charged with murder. Joseph Miller was arraigned yesterday in Muskingum County Common Pleas Court. Miller pleaded not guilty to the charges of murder and endangering children. His alleged victim is his 10-month-old son, Justen Miller. The child died last December from what police have called… Read More
Muskingum Valley Health Centers says its new Zanesville facility allows for more effective delivery of care and more efficient operations. Muskingum Valley opened the $6 million health center facility earlier this week. Funding for construction came through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Muskingum Valley also announces that it is in the process of finalizing… Read More
A Perry County town will receive federal funds to make improvements to its water system. The grant for New Straitsville is for $500,000. The Ohio Department of Development says the village is going to replace nearly 17,000 feet of waterlines and nearly 7,000 feet of service lines. The estimated project cost is $1.1 million… Read More
Kelee Riesbeck talks with Michael Starobin, senior producer at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, and OU School of Music Professor and film composer Andre Gribou about "Science on a Sphere," a revolutionary spherical projection system, and their work on the SOS films Footprints, Frozen and Loop.