2,000 feet of art – 1900’s streetcar
New amendment on condemned houses
$107 million project
3 Individuals Charged with Endangering Children
Nationwide crime spree ends in Lucasville, Ohio
- Service scout - 6:05 pm
- Audit nails STAR employees - 4:16 pm
- Village appoints fire chief, plans raises - 4:15 pm
- Robbery suspect sought - 4:02 pm
- SOPA passes JEDISO funds - 3:57 pm
- New state gun law - 3:17 pm
- Crash kills Portsmouth man - 3:03 pm
- Minor injuries in two-car accident - 2:59 pm
- Medal of Honor Day - 1:56 pm
- The ‘rock’ to be displayed - 1:23 pm
- New Ohio law sets distance between motorists and bicyclists - 1:21 pm
- Water break stopped - 1:07 pm
- Farmer excited about apples - 6:25 pm
- County sales tax revenue up - 2:56 pm
- Importance of nutrition and physical activity - 1:32 pm
- Wellness program alive and well - 11:56 am
- Keep them transparent - 2:30 pm
- JDRF Research road tour coming March 31 - 1:39 pm updated: 1:34 pm.
- Brown calls for veterans care extension - 12:20 pm
- It has come alive - 11:15 am
- #PortsmoutNext - 2:15 pm
- Continuing a legacy - 5:34 pm
- March Against Heroin to be held March 25 - 4:32 pm
- Scioto County to receive $240,000 rebate - 1:11 pm
- Bailey’s 4-H love - 1:08 pm
The ‘rock’ to be displayed
Remember the near border war that occurred over a rock pulled from the Ohio River and brought to Portsmouth? That war was instead played out in court ...
Water break stopped
When the water started gushing from the street on Glenwood Avenue Tuesday morning, it looked like it had the potential to be torrential. However, befo...
Farmer excited about apples
Local orchard owner Paul Fuhrmann says this winter’s weather patterns will hit local peaches hard but his apple production should increase.Fuhrm...
County sales tax revenue up
When your sales tax revenue goes up, it means two things - people are working and people are buying. Scioto County has received year-to-date, $3,366,5...
Importance of nutrition and physical activity
Nutrition is a vital component to our everyday lives. We need nutrition to keep us going; our bodies need food and drinks to enable us to do everyday ...
All-SOC teams released
During their stints as the girls basketball coaches at Notre Dame and Wheelersburg, respectively, J.D. McKenzie and Dusty Spradlin have proven themsel...
SSU to add bowling
Behind the direction of second-year SSU President Dr. Rick Kurtz, along with generous donors that have helped make the transition a reality, the athle...
Changing of the guard
Over his career, Delano Thomas has proven himself as a great student of the game of basketball — all while honing his skills as a teacher both i...
Panthers fall to Jaguars, 70-56
Remaining focused and poised in critical moments are key in any postseason runs that a team makes.On Friday evening, the Clay Panthers used that very ...
SSU players obtain honors
In addition to the conference accolades that the Shawnee State Bears’ women’s basketball team obtained for their play over the course of t...
Bears stunned by William Woods
The Shawnee State women’s basketball program had its season come to an end prematurely on Thursday afternoon, falling to William Woods (Mo.) 88-...
Minford Open Enrollment
Minford Local School District announces the following concerning Open Enrollment of non- resident students:Applications are available on the district ...
Ohio Senate commends anniversary of Music Festival
The Executive Director of the Ohio Arts Council, Donna Collins, presented a commendation from Ohio Senator Joe Uecker during the 75th Annual Scioto Co...
SSU opens Chem. Lab
Shawnee State University offers help for any student enrolled in a chemistry class at the Chemistry Study Center, located in Room 341 in Massie Hall.T...
State Legislative Conference brings public education leaders to Statehouse
During today’s annual State Legislative Conference at the Statehouse, public education leaders heard from legislators about their views on publi...
The Green Board of Education will be holding their regular Board Meeting on Tuesday, March 21, 2017 at 6 p.m. The meeting will be held at Green High S...
What Trump’s budget blueprint gets right
When the White House put out its blueprint for the federal budget, which is notable for outlining $54 billion in cuts for domestic programs, shrieks o...
James Comey and the art of the shiv
Late in Monday’s marathon hearing of the House Intelligence Committee, FBI Director James Comey reminded the nation that he was something of a h...
What makes you eat?
There must be a powerful drive to eat. Who has time for multiple meals every day? How much of my life have I wasted pushing a cart in Kroger? At least...
Less salt — Less sugar
A sip of soup can be sublime or so salty that you’re tempted to spit it out. A bran muffin can be delicious or so sugar-drenched you lunge for a...
Planning will help you see green in retirement
Social Security has been a cornerstone of financial security for over 80 years. As you might already know, a lifetime of measured discipline can ensur...
National Social Work Month
I would like to give a heartfelt thank you to all social workers for the amazing things they do every day. Social workers are highly educated, trained...