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The undefeated Williamstown Yellow Jackets will look to keep their winning streak alive on Friday in their Week 4 home-opening matchup with the Oak Glen Golden Bears. “We’re excited,” said… Read More
Over the last two seasons, the River Valley Raiders won a combined three games. But this season, the Raiders have started on fire, winning each of their first three games…. Read More
The Warren Warriors and the Parkersburg South Patriots have followed similar narratives during the opening stages of the 2014 season. Warren managed to win just three games in 2013 and… Read More
Points have not been in short supply for either Gallia Academy or Marietta of late. The Gallia Academy Blue Devils are coming off a 55-point victory over Fairland, while Marietta… Read More
The MVL standings at this time one year ago are quite similar this season, but with one key difference; the Sheridan Generals are a perfect 3-0 heading into Week 4…. Read More
Emergency generators are being installed at WOUB-TV transmitters and will allow both Athens and Cambridge’s TV signals to stay on the air in the event of a commercial power outage…. Read More
Through the first three weeks of the 2014 season, it has been anything but a struggle for the Point Pleasant Knights (3-0), as they have dispensed of all three of… Read More
State Senator Nina Turner (D-Cleveland) and State Representative Kathleen Clyde (D-Kent) discussed a bill on Thursday that would allow domestic violence survivors to vote, while keeping their address secret from… Read More
The Dairy Barn Arts Center has announced the opening of Quilt (R)Evolution: An Art Quilt Retrospective 1979-2014, an exhibition that celebrates artists who have served as Quilt National Jurors from… Read More
The 2013 Annual Highway Report by Reason Foundation ranks Ohio 14th in the nation in highway performance and cost-effectiveness. This ranking is up from 19th in 2011 and from 25th… Read More
Ohio University’s Student Senate treasurer resigned from the organization at Wednesday’s meeting after saying it had turned into a “circus” in the aftermath of the controversy surrounding a video posted… Read More
Poets, peacemakers and the general public will gather this Saturday at ARTS/West for "A Ritual To Read Together: A Night of Poetry, Music and Storytelling."
The event, which includes readings by local and visiting writers, coincides with the International Day of Peace.
A federal judge in West Virginia has delayed ruling on a lawsuit challenging the state's same-sex marriage ban. U.S. District Judge Robert Chambers in Huntington says due to the… Read More