Nationwide crime spree ends in Lucasville, Ohio
Columbia Gas of Ohio to begin Robinson Avenue project
Three vehicle crash downtown
Foundation launches new initiative
American Legion Post 23 recognizes Americanism test winners
- Main Street Portsmouth’s ‘Celebrate Portsmouth’ dinner set for March 9 - 3:33 pm
- Triplets turned 70 - 11:09 am
- Nationwide crime spree ends in Lucasville, Ohio - 10:35 am
- DOE extends Piketon comment period - 3:43 pm
- Columbia Gas of Ohio to begin Robinson Avenue project - 3:32 pm
- Now is the time for students to sign up for College Credit Plus - 3:28 pm
- Adopt-A-Park discussed - 2:47 pm
- Three vehicle crash downtown - 1:57 pm
- School Cancellation Notice for February 16, 2017 Scioto County Career Technical Center - 2:16 am
- View Story - 2:54 pm
- Security upgrades prompted by threats - 2:35 pm
- Honors Music Festival celebrates 75 years - 10:39 am
- Area fairs well in development report - 10:16 am
- Downtown bar fights discussed by Council - 10:09 am updated: 1:50 pm.
- Pediatric flu deaths reported - 2:27 pm
- Minford man faces telecommunication fraud charges - 2:27 pm
- Encroachament issue not going away - 2:25 pm
- Property seizure discussed - 2:13 pm
- View Story - 2:04 pm updated: 2:46 pm.
- Williams lands D.C. internship - 11:09 am
- Demanding a new path, Southern Ohio Progressive Movement forms - 4:43 pm
- Local judge arrested - 4:32 pm
- Baby Box Co. lending a helping hand to new parents - 4:31 pm updated: 3:27 pm.
- Portsmouth and New Boston council races and Municipal Court race taking shape - 11:31 am
- Man arrest in gun theft - 3:15 pm updated: 3:15 pm.
HIGHSTONERUSSEL-Harry Robert “Bob” Highstone, 80, of Russell, KY on Sunday, February 12, 2017. Arrangements are under the direction of the...
Honors Music Festival celebrates 75 years
The Scioto County Honors Music Festival will celebrate its milestone 75th anniversary when the Junior High Honors Band and High School Honors Band and...
Area fairs well in development report
According to Jason Kester, executive director of the Southern Ohio Port Authority (SOPA), the local economy is alive and well and that becomes more ev...
Downtown bar fights discussed by Council
An incident involving the outcome of a bar fight, which resulted in a short altercation between a police officer and a paramedic, made the social medi...
Pediatric flu deaths reported
According to the Ohio Department of Health (ODH), there is an increase in flu activity across Ohio, including four confirmed pediatric influenza assoc...
Mya Williams and Semajah Parker tagged teamed a determined West Lady Senators Wednesday night and leading the Trojans to a 50-47 victory in the first ...
NAYS spring youth tournament set for April 28
North American Youth Sports announced that they will hold their annual spring youth basketball tournament in the Huntington, W.Va. area at Cabell Midl...
Men’s Basketball falls to Campbellsville 87-69
Shawnee State men’s basketball hosted Senior Night on Thursday, but fell to Campbellsville 87-69.The Bears would get down early as Campbellsvill...
Women’s Basketball win big over #9 Campbellsville 92-73
Shawnee State women’s basketball won a crucial Mid-South Conference game on Thursday night, knocking off #9 Campbellsville 92-73 at Waller Gymna...
Trojans advance past Senators
The ninth-seeded Portsmouth Trojans downed No. 8 West 50-47 Wednesday night in a Division III Sectional Semifinal match at Rock Hill High School.Ports...
Celebrity chef, Dawn Scott and Sean Little bio
Names: Dawn Scott and son Sean LittleJob title and company: Dawn- Vice President at the Ralph F. Scott Funeral Home in PortsmouthSean- Seventh grade s...
Celebrity chefs, week one — ask the chefs
The 9th Annual Celebrity Chef Dinner and Silent Auction is Tuesday, March 14th, at the SOMC Friends Community Center, with doors opening at 6 p.m.This...
Celebrity chef, Pegi Wilkes and Trisha Schmidt bios
Names: Pegi Wilkes & Trisha Schmidt.Job title & company: Pegi is the Co-Director of Cirque d’Art Theatre and Trisha is also Co-Director ...
New Boston Local Schools honor roll
Glenwood Jr. High/High School Honor RollA-Honor Rlol – Samantha Gullett-Justice, RJ Hayes, Jeffrey Pierce, Morgan Hendrickson, Kayla Phipps, Ali...
Fall 2016 Dean’s List
Jeff Bauer, provost and vice president for Academic Affairs at Shawnee State University, has released the Dean’s List for the 2016 Fall Semester...
It’s your flag
Dear Editor,In the recent article by Ciara Conley titled “Local Group Creates Movement in Southern Ohio,” I saw a quote that stunned me. R...
A new direction on education
American public school students fall well behind students around the world in math and science proficiency. This is not debatable. According to the Tr...
Why trade deals are complicated
The new administration has introduced Washington to a new mantra on trade. Complicated multilateral trade deals, such as the Trans-Pacific Partnership...
Mexico helps keep America great
Sure, Mexico will always physically be there.But the close cooperation that we’ve built with our neighbor, which underpins our economic and secu...
Even coffee shops are political now
In the coffee shop where I am typing, the Band is playing over the speakers (first “Atlantic City,” then “The Weight”). On the...
The whole subject of obesity
Last week’s New England Journal of Medicine has an article titled “Mechanisms, pathophysiology, and management of Obesity” by Thomas...