WILLIAMSPORT — Westfall Middle School students were given simple instructions — look to a person sitting next to them, tell them — “When I look at you I see [blank]” and to fill in the blank.
Motivational guest speaker David Flood gives Colt Vogt, a sixth grade student at Westfall Middle School, a fist bump following his participation in Flood’s presentation this week — Respect. Dignity. Compassion.
COMMERCIAL POINT— Voters in the Village of Commercial Point have before them a ballot measure that could lead to more local control over the village’s government once they reach 5,000 population and become a city.
Two people were transported to OhioHealth Berger Hospital following a two-car accident near the intersection of Harrison Avenue and South Court Street Thursday morning. According to the Circleville Police Department, the driver of the black SUV pulled out in front of a silver Durango that wa…
CIRCLEVILLE — When it comes to safety issues, Circleville City Council has two major items on its plate as carry over from last year that they hope to tackle in 2020.
CIRCLEVILLE — Students at Circleville Middle School have written letters to active duty service members as part of Operation Letters To Active Military, a traveling mailbox that will be stationed outside the school now through Friday at 3 p.m.
CHILLICOTHE — Pickaway Ross students in Todd Jean’s science class sure have an interesting story to tell their friends and family; Monday morning they dissected a deer and on Tuesday prepared the meat for a chili cook-off.
CIRCLEVILLE — Counting the homeless population will be done a little bit differently this year as organizers work to create the best and fullest picture of what it’s like on any given night in Pickaway County.
- Farrelly is right where he wanted to be
- Part of the job
- Emrick still investigating after 46 years
- US, Iran step back from the brink
- Council holds initial 2020 meeting
- OCU hires new vice president
- Wilson is no longer "interim"
- Operation Letters to Soldiers
- Salt Creek evacuates due to potential gas leak
- Seventh Annual Comfort Food Cruise to begin Saturday