IRONTON - More money could be available this year for improvements at the Lawrence County Airpark west of Chesapeake.
The Ohio Department of Transportation, Office of Aviation, has received additional funding as part of the Ohio Airport Grant Program. The application deadline has been extended to Sept. 1.
CHESAPEAKE, Ohio - Neither of the people killed in a crash concluding a high-speed police chase along U.S. 52 in June had a valid driver's license, according to Sgt. Steve Smith of the Ohio State Highway Patrol.
IRONTON - A South Point area couple arrested earlier this month on synthetic drug charges and their son were among more than 20 people indicted Wednesday b
IRONTON - Roger Johnson has filed as a nonpartisan candidate for the unexpired term for Windsor Township trustee.
The filing deadline is 4 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 5, according to the Lawrence County Board of Elections. || 0731_filed || IRONTON _ Roger Johnson has filed as a non-partisa
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IRONTON - Ohio University Southern has named a new director for Enrollment and Student Services.
Dr. Kim T. Keffer is from Ashland, Kentucky, and graduated from Boyd County High School. She then earned her B. S. and master's in education, and also obtained her Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration, all from Ohio University, according to a news release.
Courtesy of Briggs Library
We would like to thank our Briggs Lawrence County Public Library patrons for participating in our summer reading programs: for the children of "Every Hero Has a Story," the teens and tweens of "Unmask!," and for the adults, "Escape the Ordinary." They have read thousands of books and attended our programs faithfully.
Christmas in July meeting set for July 30
IRONTON - Ironton business owners and interested residents are invited to Ironton aLive's Christmas in July meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 30, in the City Center.
Courtesy of Ironton in Bloom
IRONTON - You might think it is a bad thing if most of your yard plantings die throughout the winter, but for Gary and Terri Belcher, this resulted in their winning Ironton in Bloom's Yard of the Month award for May.
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IRONTON - With less than a week remaining before the Aug. 5 deadline, several more people have filed for office in the November general election.