Jail move likely on hold as officials wrangle over how to — and whether they can — pay for it.
A U.S. magistrate in Cincinnati has allowed a lawsuit filed against Lawrence County Sheriff Jeff Lawless and several deputy jailers to proceed.
The Lawrence County Board of Commissioners can legally spend $250,000 it received more than a year-and-a-half ago for the sale of the Sherman Thompson Towers building in Ironton.
Schools to get money under current plan || 0423_schoolfunding || By DAVID E. MALLOYThe Herald-Dispatchdmalloy@h
IRONTON - A Detroit woman indicted on charges relating to hiding about 350 Oxycodone tablets in a condom pleaded no contest Wednesday in Lawrence County Common Pleas Court and was sentenced to four years and nine months in prison.
PORTSMOUTH, Ohio - Two people indicted earlier this month have been charged with using the name of a person in prison to get prescription drugs, according to the office of Scioto County Sheriff Marty V. Donini.
Motorcycle Club to host Blessing of the Bikes on April 25
COAL GROVE - Blue Knights KYVIII Motorcycle Club will host a Blessing of the Bikes event at noon on Saturday, April 25, at Paul Porter Park in Coal Grove, Ohio.
Sundeep Anand-John Mutgi, 27, and Nitisha Mulpuri, 28, Lawrence Township.
Duane Allen Walker Jr., 36, and Alicia Dawn Hamrick, 32, Lawrence County.
After 16 years of residency in their Proctorville home, the King family are devastated by a natural disaster, watching day by day as their home and business literally slips away.
IRONTON - The following information was compiled from Lawrence County Sheriff's Office reports:
BURGLARY: A sheriff's deputy arrested Michael R. Haye, 31, of County Road 123, Chesapeake, on a charge of burglary earlier this month and transported him to jail after receiving a call from a Union Township resident.