Carol O'Brien (center), deputy attorney general, makes the announcement of the indictments Thursday afternoon. She's flanked by Fayette County Sheriff Vernon Stanforth (left), Pickaway County Sheriff Robert Radcliff and Ross County Sheriff George Lavender (far right).
COLUMBUS — Ohio State University President Michael Drake plans to retire from that role next year after a tenure highlighted by strategic successes but also complicated by scandals involving the university’s marching band, a prominent football coach and a former team doctor accused of widesp…
CIRCLEVILLE — Members of the Zane Trace FFA Chapter enjoyed a very successful Circleville Pumpkin Show this year! For the first time ever Zane Trace FFA Chapter entered a pumpkin in the giant pumpkin weigh off.
CIRCLEVILLE — The City of Circleville will be hosting a town hall meeting next week to discuss the homeless problem in Circleville, and connect people with resources they may need.
CIRCLEVILLE — When it comes to the automobile casualties that have occurred for the year of 2019, it is evident that distracted driving, driving under the influence, and weather conditions combined make for a challenging epidemic in narrowing the root cause of their havoc.
COLUMBUS — Trooper Jason Phillips and the Ohio State Highway Patrol honored those that helped rescue him from his vehicle on June 27, after he was involved in a serious automobile accident.
COMMERCIAL POINT — For some students at Scioto Elementary School in Commercial Point, working their first ‘job’ is the highlight of their month.
In Saturday’s edition of The Circleville Herald it was erroneously reported that Sheriff Charles Radcliff was the longest-serving sheriff in the U.S. It should have read Dwight Radcliff was the longest-serving sheriff in the U.S.
DuPont employees and retirees (pictured) along with Circleville High School seniors, city employees and volunteers planted 26 trees in Mary Virginia Crites Hannan Park Friday morning. The trees were provided through a grant by DuPont and are designed to not interfere with activities in the p…
CIRCLEVILLE — With nearly 30 years of experience being a school board member between them, Amy DeLong and Todd Stevens are stepping down from Circleville’s School Board at the end of this year.
DERBY — For many years, about seven acres at the east end of Derby (in Darby Township), had a school building on it for students from first grade thru high school.
CIRCLEVILLE — With the exception of the four years that Walton Spangler was the Pickaway County Sheriff from 1961 to 1964, a Radcliff has held that position for over 80 years. However, that may change with the 2020 election, as a local man has declared his candidacy on next year’s ballot, an…
CIRCLEVILLE — More than 100 women of Pickaway County gathered this week and donated nearly $12,000 to the Yamarick Family Fund in honor of Dorris Yamarick.
ASHVILLE — When Tristan McDanel looked down on his jersey and saw a ‘C’ for captain, he valued the trust and responsibility his teammates placed in him.
LOGAN — Jordan Buckley and Jaden Churchheus were released from the Multi-County Juvenile Detention Center Friday morning following their arraignments in Hocking County Common Pleas Court.
Proceeds from October’s Gatsby Gala were presented to Pickaway County Board of Developmental Disabilities in support of the One Book, One Community project. Pictured from left is Jenny Rainey, marketing director, The Savings Bank; Nathan Wilson, interim executive director, Pickaway County Vi…
CIRCLEVILLE — At 92 years old, Howard Snook still keeps himself quite busy in the community — from being a member of St. Joseph Church, to a board member of Habitat for Humanity, trustee for Boys State and Chaplain of the American Legion Post 134 for 17 years — Snook just keeps going and goi…
- Law enforcement and EMS come together for Stop the Bleed training
- 2020 budget sent to council
- Service at Laurelville Elementary recognizes Honor Flight veterans
- City, residents discuss future of Ted Lewis, skate park
- Chili Cook Off generates $13,000 for Toys for Tots
- Winter wonderland...in fall
- Amanda students honor vets
- Veterans celebrated, remembered at Veterans Day Dinner
- ODNR hosted deer archery hunt for disabled veterans
- Wreaths Across America honors veterans in Circleville