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Ohio Tree Farm of the Year explored at tour

September 21, 2015 SCIO — More than 200 people visited the Sycamore Hill Tree Farm just outside Scio on Saturday for a tour of the property, which included educational seminars, bird watching, hiking and speakers... more »»

Educators to parents: Read to your young children

September 20, 2015 MARTINS FERRY — Before children learn about science, history and math, they must learn to read — a subject local educators say parents must be involved with from the very beginning of a child’s lif. more »»

New trustee joins Belmont College board

September 20, 2015 l Barnesville man appointed by Kasich BARNESVILLE — When Edward Eberhart says he’s always been an active member of his community, he’s not exaggeratin. more »»

Police still seeking robbery suspect

September 20, 2015 WOODSFIELD — Police had no new leads Saturday in their search for a man who committed an armed bank robbery Friday morning. more »»

Wastewater system work continues

September 20, 2015 CADIZ — Bob Allen, senior project coordinator for Triad Engineering, visited Cadiz Village Council recently to discuss ongoing wastewater system improvements. more »»

Woodsfield bank robbed

September 19, 2015 WOODSFIELD — A man who robbed the Woodsfield Savings Bank at gunpoint Friday morning remained at large late that evening. more »»

Woman brings females to BladeSports

September 19, 2015 Last spring, Jessica Elias of Wintersville inspired women across America when she became the first female to compete in a national BladeSports knife-cutting competition. more »»

Groups give flag, quilts to veterans

September 19, 2015 HARRISVILLE — Adena Health and Rehabilitation Center marked National POW/MIA Day with a flag-raising ceremony and a presentation of Quilts of Valor on Friday afternoon. more »»

Life sentences in child rape

September 18, 2015 ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Two people were sentenced to life in prison Thursday for their roles in the rape of a child. more »»

Woodsfield Schools Dismissed After Lockdown

September 18, 2015 WOODSFIELD -- Students at Woodsfield Elementary and Monroe Central High schools were dismissed as usual Friday after the buildings were locked down in the wake of a bank robbery. more »»

Police: drugs killing in Bellaire

September 18, 2015 BELLAIRE — Two people have died from drug overdoses in Bellaire during the past two weeks, according to Police Chief Mike Kovalyk. more »»

Jury: Shaw guilty in domestic violence case

September 18, 2015 By ROBERT A. DEFRANK Times Leader Staff Writer ST. CLAIRSVILLE – James Robert Shaw faces 36 months behind bars after being convicted of domestic violence in a trial conducted this week. more »»

Cadiz chief requests new vehicle

September 18, 2015 CDIZ - Police Chief Ryan McCann expressed concern about his department’s vehicle supply during Thursday’s Cadiz council meeting. more »»

County officials note hunger action month

September 18, 2015 By ROBERT A. DEFRANK Times Leader Staff Writer ST. CLAIRSVILLE — The Belmont County Board of Commissioners recognized September as Hunger Action Month this wee. more »»

Shadyside schools going strong

September 18, 2015 By KIM LOCCISANO For The Times Leader SHADYSIDE — The school year is off to a strong start n Shadyside, school officials said this week. Board members Wednesday at the high school. more »»

Maintenance worker honored for his work at Union Local

September 18, 2015 BELMONT – The Union Local Board of Education discussed upgrades to the buildings and cost saving measures during its Thursday meeting. more »»

City may get manager for utility office

September 17, 2015 MARTINS FERRY — To get its utility office in better financial order, the city of Martins Ferry may hire an office manager for the department. more »»

Bridgeport school board OKs contracts

September 17, 2015 BRIDGEPORT — When Zach Shutler was named superintendent of the Bridgeport Exempted Village School District, he also became involved in contract negotiations with the district’s personnel, along with... more »»

Jail costs rising in Harrison County

September 17, 2015 CADIZ — The old adage that crime doesn’t pay applies to taxpayers as well as perpetrators. more »»



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