CIRCLEVILLE — This winter, the American Red Cross is urging people to give blood and be the lifeline patients need. The Red Cross urges donors of all blood types to give blood now to help keep the blood supply stable during the holidays.

Teays Valley students Elise Pickett and Mason Koch were the student guests at the Nov. 14 Circleville Rotary Club meeting. Eriech Horvath was the guest speaker, talking about the Rotary Foundation. All the money collected by the Rotary Foundation goes toward all the projects they do, includi…

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CIRCLEVILLE — The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) has approved more than $3.3 million in project funding through the NatureWorks grant program, which will be used to improve outdoor recreational opportunities for Ohioans across the state.

Williamsport American Legion Post 618 honored one of its supporters during a recent meeting. The Post presented an appreciation plaque to the local Pettit’s Market for its longtime extra mile support. Without them and many, many other volunteers and supporters the Post would cease to exist. …

Dan Hugus, Gavin Ewing, Colton Mace, Erica Dale and Tyler Pontius were the student guests of the Nov. 7 Circleville Rotary Club meeting. Claudia Trusty and Roe Mauro spoke about the Rotary youth programs. Pictured from left is Jonathan Davis, Oscar Knece, speaker Trusty, speaker Mauro, Presi…

CIRCLEVILLE — Ohio’s deer-gun week is fast approaching! White-tailed deer hunters have the chance to pursue Ohio’s favorite big-game animal with approved firearms during the 2019 weeklong gun season, Dec. 2-8, 2019, and the additional weekend, Dec. 21-22, according to the Ohio Department of …

Dear Heloise: I’m interested in building my credit score. What’s a good first step? — Conner T., age 18, Traverse City, Michigan

Thanksgiving has always been a highlight in our house. As a little girl, my mom would always cook up a big meal, and without fail, we’d have guests at our home unless we had received an invitation to join another family.

LANCASTER — FAIRHOPE Hospice & Palliative Care, Inc. will hold its annual Cookie Walk and Crafts fundraiser on Saturday, Dec. 7 to benefit the FAIRHOPE Hospice Memorial Fund.

LANCASTER — On Monday, Oct. 28, Fairfield Medical Center and the Greenfield Township Fire Department recognized the lifesaving efforts of staff at Matt Taylor Kia in Lancaster, who jumped into action when their co-worker, Doug Mosack, suffered a heart attack in August.