CHILLICOTHE — In observance of Suicide Prevention Month, the Chillicothe VA Medical Center is bringing awareness to its #BeThere campaign by encouraging community leaders, colleagues, and Veterans’ families and friends to help prevent suicide by showing support for those who may be going thr…

LOGAN — Hobo Steaks has been a staple of the Hocking County Fair for many years, and are celebrating a milestone in their “fair” food vendor careers.

Pickaway-Ross Career and Technology Center hosted its 12th annual Battle of the Bands Friday morning. From top, Westfall High School, Circleville High School and Logan Elm High School all had their marching bands perform in the annual showcase alongside of five other area bands. Logan Elm fi…

CIRCLEVILLE — Local business owners and stakeholders in Downtown Circleville voiced their opinions/concerns to City administrators regarding the potential change to angle parking on Court Street during a meeting Thursday night.

CIRCLEVILLE — A day in the life of Circleville Police Officer David McIntyre is nothing short of miraculous. Between spending the day at Circleville City schools as a school resource officer, spending Tuesday nights at Foundations4Youth, and being a father to his three children, Officer McIn…

CIRCLEVILLE — In the world of economic development, sometimes you land the big fish; however, success is determined by how you move the needle every day.

LOGAN — While family and friends are grieving the loss of their loved one that died in the Hocking Hills on Sept. 2, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources is seeking information related to her death.

LOGAN — Steven Mullins, the man accused of murdering Michael Hamilton Jr., appeared for an arraignment in Hocking County Common Pleas Court Tuesday with his attorney Tim Gleeson at his side.

CIRCLEVILLE — Starting next year, Pickaway County Public Health Department will receive roughly an additional $180,000 in annual funding.

CIRCLEVILLE — The Pickaway County Agricultural and Event Center public fundraising effort is nearing a new milestone.

CIRCLEVILLE — The U. S. Small Business Administration (SBA) announced Wednesday that due to a steady decrease of activity, the Disaster Loan Outreach Centers in Mahoning and Montgomery counties in Ohio will cease operations on Wednesday, Sept. 18 at the close of business. Additionally to dat…

ASHVILLE — On Nov. 22, 2016, Eli Smith, a U.S. Army veteran, and Columbus native, embarked on a record-breaking three-year journey via walking and cycling to all four corners of the continental United States to bring awareness to veteran suicide and PTSD.

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CIRCLEVILLE — A three vehicle fatal crash that took the lives of two young Teays Valley students and the life of the woman responsible for the accident, has now been deemed alcohol related, according to the Circleville Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

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Suzie McMullen, owner of The Homestead on the corner of Scioto and West Main Street, is selling mums with purple ribbons through Oct. 6 to benefit Haven House of Pickaway County. Haven House is a domestic violence and homeless shelter for women and their children. They offer crisis intervent…

CIRCLEVILLE — The Pumpkin Show is just around the corner! It is time to get your entries completed for the Home Arts and Crafts show. We would like to encourage any youth to enter individually in Section V.

Today marks the 18th anniversary of one of the most devastating terrorist onslaughts ever waged against the U.S. — Sept. 11, 2001. More than 3,000 people died in the attacks on Sept. 11, including 343 firefighters and paramedics; 23 New York City Police officers; 37 Port Authority Police off…