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Ashville considers water rate increase

ASHVILLE — The Village of Ashville is one vote away from approving an increase in water rates for residents.

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  1. Tiger Reading Bus hits the streets

    CIRCLEVILLE — The Circleville City Schools Tiger Reading Bus has returned for its fourth year this summer, providing books and lunches to Circleville students.
  2. Vikings want to use same script at state tourney

    ASHVILLE — Following the final out of a wild 11-10 win over Gahanna last Saturday in a Division I regional championship game, the Teays Valley softball team huddled together for a quick team photo along the first base line.
  3. OSP finds loaded gun under seat during traffic stop

    A Laurelville man was arrested and charged by the Ohio State Highway Patrol after a loaded sawed-off shotgun was allegedly discovered in the vehicle he was driving. Trooper Evan Cox stopped Andrew Scoles, 36, of Laurelville, for a registration violation at 3:52 p.m. Tuesday on S. Washington St. near Barnes Ave. During a search of the Jeep Scoles was driving, a loaded sawed-off shot gun was found under the front seat. Scoles was charged with carrying a concealed weapon. The OSP was assisted by Sergeant Rob Dauberman, South Bloomfield Police, and canine Bailey.
  4. OCU renews contract with Smith

    CIRCLEVILLE — Ohio Christian University is pleased to announce that the Board of Trustees has renewed President Mark A. Smith’s contract with the university for five years with an automatic five-year renewal upon completion of the term.
  5. Two charged with drug, weapons offenses after traffic stop

    Two people were arrested by Circleville Police and charged with drug offenses after a traffic stop Monday morning.
  6. The Savings Bank donates $10,000 to YMCA for summer programs

    CIRCLEVILLE — The Savings Bank has donated $10,000 to the YMCA of Pickaway County for different summer activities, including operating the pool.
Commercial Point hosts 88th annual Homecoming Festival

The 88th annual Commercial Point Homecoming Festival begins Wednesday and runs from June 3-6.The festival is held by the Commercial Point Community Men's Club.

Vikings want to use same script at state tourney

ASHVILLE — Following the final out of a wild 11-10 win over Gahanna last Saturday in a Division I regional championship game, the Teays Valley softball team huddled together for a quick team photo along the first base line.

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    When Night Comes Trailer 2014

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  • City Council Sworn in

    City Council Sworn in

    Members of the Circleville City Council, including the two clerks, were sworn in Tuesday at council chambers by Gary Dumm, municipal court judge.

  • New CHS reactions

    New CHS reactions

    Following the grand opening of the new Circleville High School, The Herald caught up with a couple people for their thoughts on the new building.

  • Bob Conley's light display

    Bob Conley's light display

    Bob Conley, 62, of Circleville puts out a light display every year during the holiday. This year he estimates he has 20,000 lights, which is down from 80,000 several years ago. However, this year his lights are set to music and play about 15 different songs. This video contains three of those songs.

  • New CHS nears completion

    New CHS nears completion

    9/24/13 - Much progress has been made on the new Circleville High School in just three months. The building will be finished by December 14.Video by Kristi Murphywww.circlevilletoday.com

  • Fire on North Pickaway Street

    Fire on North Pickaway Street

    The house at 551 North Pickaway St. was a total loss on July 15, but no injuries were reported.

  • Wally Higgins Speech

    Wally Higgins Speech

    Wally Higgins' speech during the unveiling of the new statue honoring Pickaway County's Revolutionary War soldiers on July 6, 2013.

OCU renews contract with Smith

CIRCLEVILLE — Ohio Christian University is pleased to announce that the Board of Trustees has renewed President Mark A. Smith’s contract with the university for five years with an automatic five-year renewal upon completion of the term.

Hartinger, Plaster to wed

Tim and Kim Hartinger of Circleville announce the engagement of their son, Kory Michael, to Jessica Nichole Plaster, daughter of Stacey and Cheryl Plaster of Waldo.

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