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Junior middle blocker Karin Bull led the Ohio Bobcats defensively last weekend in two wins over the Mid-American Conference West Division's top two squads, Western Michigan and Northern Illinois, at… Read More
This weekend 72 people were arrested during the 40th annual Halloween block party. Of the total arrests, 17 people were just cited and released. There were 26 Ohio University students… Read More
The Ohio Supreme Court has declined to hear appeals from a civil case in which a Glouster towing company was awarded $1.04 million in damages against former village officials. However,… Read More
Ten-year-old Adyn Bucher is planning on rocking out this Saturday at Jackie O's. And you're invited to join her.
Adyn and her family are hosting the first-ever benefit for Adyn's Dream, a non-profit charity dedicated to providing assistance to families that have members who are living with Spinal Muscular Atrophy. Saturday's concert features Athens surf-rock band The D-Rays and Oldboy, a folk-rock quintet from Cleveland.
One of the privileges I anticipated upon becoming an adult in the ‘70s was that of voting. I knew the struggles of my ancestors and looked forward to stepping into… Read More
The Zanesville Community Theatre is presenting a "Halloween whodunnit" with their upcoming production of The Hollow, a murder mystery by Agatha Christie, opening Oct. 31 and running through Nov. 9.
Opening night audience members are encouraged to come in costume and vote for the character they believe committed the murder. Anyone making the correct guess will have their names entered into a drawing for a gift.
State data show inmate reports of sexual assault have increased in West Virginia's jails and prisons. The percentage of allegations found to be substantiated has declined. The Charleston… Read More
This year's Capitol Christmas Tree may be from Minnesota, but the 88-foot tall White Spruce will arrive in Washington with a little help from Ohio. The Chillicothe Gazette reports… Read More
The deadline is approaching for West Virginia small businesses and nonprofit organizations affected by the January water crisis to apply for low-interest federal loans. The U.S. Small Business Administration… Read More