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The Ridges' front man shares his top music picks of 2012, including releases from Andrew Bird, Kishi Bashi, Lord Huron and The Lumineers.
West Virginia has restored public school control in full for one county and in part for another. Lincoln County regained its nine schools with around 3,700 students with a Wednesday… Read More
Ohio has reached an agreement with the federal government on a plan aimed at better coordinating medical care for some of the state's sickest and most expensive patients. State officials… Read More
The Rev. Horton Heat will bring its high-octane, Texas-style rockabilly to Marietta's Adelphia Music Hall on Tuesday, Dec. 18. Mark Hellenberg has a preview.
An 18-year-old New Lexington man is in custody facing charges connected to an incident that forced the lockdown of a school district Tuesday. New Lexington police arrested Austin Brooks in… Read More
Scubadog guitarist and 3 Elliott Studio owner/operator Josh Antonuccio shares his top music picks of the year, including releases by Grizzly Bear, JD McPherson, Dr. John and Jack White.
The Athens Public Works serves the most people, 22,854, in all of the six public works plants in Athens County and has had five violations since 2001, according to Safe Drinking… Read More
Ohio football placed seven players on the 2012 Phil Steele All-Mid American Conference team on Tuesday. Two of the Bobcats were selected to the First Team, another pair landed on… Read More
Donkey Coffee is offering something more than a cool atmosphere or hot drink to troubled youths at their Athens location. The Sojourners Care Network has designated Donkey Coffee a "Safe… Read More
Nearly 15,000 miles of natural gas pipeline stretch across West Virginia, and as Sissonville residents now know, accidents can happen. Federal regulators say there have been 20 significant incidents involving… Read More
The Ohio Tax Credit Authority is taking action against a Morgan County company which failed to live up to the promise it made in order to receive a tax incentive…. Read More
A company that makes roof support systems for the mining industry is setting up shop in Lawrence County. Governor John Kasich announced the relocation of Minova USA Incorporated and approval… Read More
Former Ohio University linebacker Noah R. Keller turned himself into law enforcement officials Monday afternoon in his hometown of Kearney, Neb., in connection to charges of conspiracy to commit felony… Read More