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A two-hour rain delay before the first pitch didn’t dampen Miami’s offensive attack as the RedHawks topped Ohio 13-6. Miami (25-27, 14-12) outhit Ohio (13-39, 8-18) 20-12 on the evening. The offensive onslaught resulted in the use of seven pitchers between both squads. For the RedHawks, seven different players recorded at least one RBI and… Read More
After outscoring their first two opponents of the Mideast Regional 27-2, the No. 2 Marietta Pioneers (31-13) dropped their game on Friday to the No. 1 Manchester Spartans (38-5-1), 10-5. In its first two games, Marietta struck early and in bursts. In this game, the Pioneers got a taste of their own medicine. The Spartans’… Read More
Tmisht Stinson, a 5-foot-10 forward from Forest County Agricultural High School in Brooklyn, Miss., has committed to the Ohio women’s basketball team for the 2013 class. Stinson has signed her National Letter of Intent and received a scholarship according to the Hattiesburg American. Stinson nearly averaged a double-double in her senior season. She averaged 18… Read More
The City of Wellston will receive a quarter of a million dollar grant to upgrade its North Water Treatment plant. The grant is one of three projects in the region to receive funding from the Governor’s Office of Appalachia. Other grants include $68,800 for renovations to the Family Health Center in Scioto County and $52,100… Read More
It will be an invasion of kilts and clans when A Celtic Gathering returns to the Fairfield County Fairgrounds on May 18. "This event is for everyone," explained Cindy McLaughlin Smith, co-president of the Lancaster Celtic Committee, about the celebration of Irish, Scottish, and Welsh heritage. "If anyone wants to know more about their heraldry… Read More
Texas-born, Columbus-based singer-guitarist Hadden Sayers recently stopped by WOUB to perform a few songs and chat with Crossing Boundaries host Mark Hellenberg.
Sayers' latest album, Rolling Soul, is a mix of blues, R&B, roots rock and Memphis soul, à la Al Green.
A teenager who pointed Ohio authorities to the bodies of two dead brothers who had been reported missing has now been charged in their deaths. A prosecutor in northwest Ohio says the 17-year-old is charged with delinquency in connection with aggravated murder. The Associated Press previously identified the teen but now is withholding his name… Read More
After a hot start, the Ohio Bobcats couldn’t put away the Miami RedHawks, dropping the first game of the season’s final series by a score of 12-7. Marck Paliotto got the start for Ohio (13-38, 8-17 MAC), pitching 4.1 innings, while giving up six runs — three earned — on seven hits, and wound up… Read More
A McArthur woman in indicted on kidnapping and sexually assaulting a child. Ohio University has been named one of the most sustainable colleges. Oil and natural gas output in Ohio's Utica shale region nearly doubled in 2011. Details in your morning update.
An Ashland man has been charged in connection with a murder case involving a man whose remains were found after he had been missing last month. Kentucky State Police said Thursday that James E. Mcwain, 54, was arrested Monday in Charleston, WV, and is awaiting extradition. He is charged in Kentucky with third-degree arson and… Read More
The 2013 season was quite a special one for Ohio softball. The Bobcats’ offense tore the cover off of the ball this season, breaking school and league records. The team also experienced some special events and occurrences such as an appearance on ESPN’s SportsCenter. Such events happened early and piled on as the season progressed. February… Read More
West Virginia students are gathering for a bridge design contest in Huntington. Twenty teams will compete in the Statewide West Point Bridge Design Contest on Friday and Saturday on the campus of Marshall University. The students use software to create structural models and test their designs. Organizers say the contest allows students to get introduced… Read More
Officials say drilling in Ohio's Utica shale region nearly doubled the output of oil and natural gas there since 2011. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources announced Thursday that the drilling process known as hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, in the shale region of eastern Ohio increased the oil output by 93 percent and the natural… Read More
Some people apparently believe they can use the Wayne National Forest as their personal dumping grounds for tree stumps and brush, as well as other refuse and debris. However, Wayne National Forest officials think differently and say this is a criminal act and punishable by fines and jail sentencing. According to Gary Chancey, Wayne National… Read More
Three men are in custody after leading Pickaway County Sheriff’s deputies on a chase from the South Bloomfield area to Columbus on Thursday evening. Ronald E. Nigh, Jr., 35, of Columbus; Tyvis G. Priah, 21, of Cleveland; and Christopher J. Morris, 21, of Columbus, face charges of fleeing and eluding, having weapons under disability and… Read More
Ohio University is one of the 322 most sustainable colleges in the U.S. and Canada, according to a new publication from The Princeton Review. The university is highlighted in the fourth annual edition of The Princeton Review’s Guide to 322 Green Colleges. Schools were chosen based on a 50-question survey of college administrators conducted in… Read More