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Throughout the regular season, the Bobcats exhibited their resiliency night after night. That resiliency remains with the team in its postseason run. Ohio defeated Cleveland State in the first round… Read More
Sean Arno will be back on the sidelines next season. The Lorain County Chronicle-Telegram reported Wednesday that the former Alexander head coach accepted the same position at Wellington High School…. Read More
Huntington Police Chief Skip Holbrook turned in his letter of resignation Thursday to Mayor Steve Williams. WSAZ reports the resignation will take effect Monday, April 7. Chief Holbrook has interviewed… Read More
The Ohio field hockey team continues to earn top honors, this time in the form of a 2013 National Academic Team Award. This award required all athletes to maintain a… Read More
The state says Ohio's unemployment rate dropped in February. The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services said Friday that the seasonally adjusted rate in February was 6.5 percent, which… Read More
Throughout the rest of March, the Ohio History Center in Columbus is featuring a theater production about former Vinton County Sheriff Maude Collins.
The performance, entitled Sheriff Maude: Lawman, Detective and Mother, will shed light on one of the county’s most well-known historical figures.
State police say an Amber Alert has been issued for an abducted 11-year-old southwest Virginia boy who is "in extreme danger." The alert was issued Thursday for Lucas Ezra Silas… Read More
An environmental group that is contesting an Athens County injection well permit has asked a court to order the Ohio Department of Natural Resources to provide public records the group… Read More
Five more cases of mumps are confirmed in the outbreak of the viral infection at Ohio State University, bringing the total to 37. The confirmed cases involve 17 women… Read More