IRONTON The following information was compiled from Lawrence County Sheriff's Office reports:
AGGRAVATED ROBBERY: A 55-year-old Chesapeake area woman reported last week that a man armed with a handgun and wearing a mask was waiting on her porch in Union Township and took about $700 in receipts from her job at Sky Lake.
You know that you're supposed to wash your hands repeatedly throughout the day for good health. Washing your hands helps stop the spread of disease and infection. But did you know that offering a helping hand to others can be equally beneficial for your heath? Yes, it is true. By giving to and helping others, you gain a healthy psychological posture and a positive, healthy attitude.
IRONTON - A Chesapeake, Ohio, man was sentenced Wednesday in Lawrence County Common Pleas Court to 10 years in prison for trafficking in heroin.
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Restrictions have been lifted and Ohio 7 in Lawrence County is now open to two-way traffic following a bridge replacement project at the Indian Guyan Creek Bridge.
William O. Harmon, 29, and Kayla Renee Robison, 21, Lawrence County.
Michael Douglas Leonhart, 24, Greenup County, Ky., and Stephanie Elsie Meyers, 25, Lawrence County.
Jungle Safari planned at Lucinda Baptist
PROCTORVILLE - Join in the "Jungle Safari" at Lucinda Baptist Church Monday through Friday, June 1-5, 6:30-9 p.m.
Farmers market open on weekends
IRONTON - The Ironton Farmers market is open on Fridays and Saturdays in Downtown Ironton.
"We make a living by what we do, but we make a life by what we give."
Winston Churchill sunk the nail in one swing with this quote. While most of us will read his words and say, "Yes, that's very true," I doubt many people digest the impact these simple words can have on our personal lives and the improvement of our community.
IRONTON Lawrence County youth can get in touch with their inner superhero this summer when all five locations of the Briggs Lawrence County Public Library host the "Every Hero Has a Story" summer reading clubs for children, teens, and tweens.
Ohio’s largest single roadway construction project and first public-private partnership for a highway will cost taxpayers nearly three times its announced price tag of $429 million, according to financial documents.