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
- New pilot program - 6:23 pm
- New Boston updates ordinances - 5:08 pm
- Beauty in scars - 3:42 pm
- DWOS surpasses goal - 1:20 pm
- Sierra’s Haven event - 11:59 am
- Lucasville-Minford Road closure - 10:41 am
- Email answered - 2:14 pm
- SmartWater Foundation teams up with SSU - 1:49 pm
- New Boston continues sewer upgrades - 11:33 am
- A mother’s strength - 11:32 am
- ‘This is us’ - 5:54 pm
- Bringing life to locals - 3:27 pm
- Church News - 2:55 pm
- Daily Times announces egg hunt winners - 1:39 pm
- Brown bill to stem fentanyl import - 11:32 am
- Forfeiture – an important tool - 11:30 am
- ‘Last man standing’ - 5:41 pm
- Wellness events getting underway - 4:46 pm
- More prisoners? - 3:14 pm updated: 4:04 pm.
- Cautious optimism at Piketon - 1:38 pm
- Davis talks courthouse security - 1:37 pm
- 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
A mother’s strength
For Khristey Henderson, watching her mom Lorena Riley, of Wheelersburg, go through breast cancer was terrifying but also reconfirmed why her mom is he...
Bringing life to locals
Local musician has found that music can be used to bring life to people, bring people together and improve health. Nathan Noble, of South Webster, is ...
St. John Lutheran ChurchSt. John Lutheran Church invites you to come worship with us. We are located at 5600 Junior Furnace / Powellsville Road, Frank...
Daily Times announces egg hunt winners
The Daily Times Easter egg hunt has come to a close.Mother-daughter duo Ellie Payne and Tammy Wilburn found the egg under the bridge in Earl Thomas Co...
Brown bill to stem fentanyl import
In Scioto County and maybe in the entire state of Ohio, no one person is more in the center of the battle against illicit drugs than Lisa Roberts, RN,...
Area teams find early success
On Saturday, the 2017 season kicked off in high gear with games all across the Southern Ohio area, with the vast majority of the schools participating...
Bears take series over Cumberlands
The Shawnee State softball squad took home a four-game series victory over Cumberlands (Ky.) on Saturday, splitting the doubleheader by losing 4-3 in ...
SSU splits pair with Campbellsville
The Shawnee State baseball program split the final two games of its series with Campbellsville on Friday afternoon, defeating the Tigers 4-3 in the fi...
SSU sweeps Cumberlands
Kayla Koch hit a home run in both games of Shawnee State’s doubleheader against Cumberlands (Ky.) as the Shawnee State softball program swept th...
Pica chooses Rio Grande
It’s always an excellent feeling when a humble, hungry, and hardworking individual receives an opportunity to perform on a bigger stage — ...
Moore, Ridout, Snow named NAIA All-Americans
Jonessa Moore, Madison Ridout, and Brandie Snow were named NAIA All-Americans on Thursday afternoon.Moore, who averaged team-highs of 18.8 points and ...
Author to visit West
On March 20 Ohio young adult author Mindy McGinnis will visit both Portsmouth West Middle School and Portsmouth West High School to speak to students ...
SCBDD Partners with CAO
Thanks to a partnership between Scioto County Board of Developmental Disabilities (SCBDD) and the Community Action Organization (CAO), local children ...
Minford Open Enrollment
Minford Local School District announces the following concerning Open Enrollment of non- resident students:Applications are available on the district ...
March 20The Board of Trustees of Morgan Township will hold the regular meeting on Monday. The meeting is at 7 p.m., at the Senior Center, 7106 Big Bea...
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...
You, women’s history and the power of social security
March is Women’s History Month — a time to focus not just on the past, but on the challenges women continue to face. Nearly 60 percent of ...
Kinniconick stories always bring response
Anytime I write about the Kinniconick Creek I get letters, e-mails and phone calls – either from people with fond memories of growing up on the ...
‘Guard each man’s dignity and save each man’s pride’
Marvin was seventy-two when he enrolled in hospice with prostate cancer. Marvin’s situation was unique. Marvin had been one of our most active h...
The president and Congress fight the good fight
Time for another lesson in Congressional politics. I am hearing a lot of talk that the Trump administration is in trouble because of division in his o...
Social Security, Medicare will fail without reform
I have often wondered why policymakers in Washington repeatedly fail to seriously address problems with our Social Security and Medicare programs, des...
Do we fear listening to the other side?
In our conversations, whether political, public or private, we seem to be increasingly belligerent, uncivil and unrelenting, determined to crush the o...