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Several villages in Vinton County will feature contested races for mayor and council seats in the upcoming November election. Wednesday, Aug. 5 was the filing deadline for candidates to appear… Read More
HAMDEN — Hamden Police Chief Charles Boyer has agreed to resign for violating multiple state ethics rules upon reaching a settlement with the Ohio Ethics Commission. Boyer, a 33-year veteran… Read More
After a week of political tennis, a portion of the state budget proposal designed to help “food deserts” like Vinton County remains, but features much less funding than it did… Read More
McArthur voters will have two local levies to decide upon in this coming November's general election. Village council members approved placing the levies on the ballot at their regular meeting… Read More
With no contested races in the upcoming May primary election, all eyes are on the county’s senior and children services levy. Residents will again vote on whether to approve the… 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.
With several lakes, a forest complete with a haunted train tunnel and countless countrysides, residents and tourists have plenty of photo opportunities throughout Vinton County for this year's photo contest…. Read More
A McArthur man accused of killing a woman in 2012 has pleaded innocent to murder allegations. Richard Puckett, 46, appeared in Vinton County Common Pleas Court on Friday and entered… Read More
Upon being named the 25th most accident prone intersection in the state, McArthur Council has taken measures to eventually revamp the Routes 50 and 93 intersection downtown. There were 28… Read More
An eviction hearing has been scheduled for John Potter, a 92-year-old Zaleski resident and World War II veteran whose daughter seeks to forcibly remove him from the house he built… Read More
Months after a deadlocked jury led a judge to declare a mistrial, Robert Schall will again face murder charges in Vinton County Common Pleas Court. Schall, formerly of Hillsboro, is… Read More