CINCINNATI (AP) -- Residents are sounding off about a taxpayer-supported $331 million plan to fix up two Cincinnati icons that have been listed among the nation's most endangered historic landmarks.
IRONTON -- Saturday promises to be another great day at the Ironton Farmers Market, says director Sam Heighton.
"We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm, and adventure. There is no end to the adventures we can have if only we seek them with our eyes open." -- Jawaharlal Nehru
I miss the time in my life where there were cherry fields for days from which to pick the sweetest fruit.
The beginning of another Ohio State Fair means fun-filled days and the making of many great memories for families all across Ohio. In addition to a place to enjoy lemon shake-ups, brave the midway rides, and find the most recent deep-fried treat to be tried, fairs also play a vital role in the future of our state. Fairs help educate the public about the importance of agriculture, and they support another cycle of youth involvement in responsible food and agriculture production.
IRONTON -- Anyone just dying for a Big Boy at the new Frisch's Big Boy under construction in Ironton should be able to get that sandwich in about three weeks.
IRONTON -- The Ironton Area Kiwanis Club welcomed three new members during their regular meeting on July 17.
IRONTON -- The following information was compiled from Lawrence County Sheriff's Office reports:
We have a unique opportunity at the Area Agency on Aging District 7 for those who are interested in serving as a volunteer advocate for nursing home residents. This opportunity is made available through our Regional Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program, which is committed to protecting the rights of long-term care consumers. The ombudsman Program provides this support for nursing home residents by helping them resolve problems and advocating for their rights with the overall goal of enhancing the quality of life and care for all long-term care consumers in nursing homes or other home and community-based settings.
IRONTON -- Filling up more than 2,000 book bags with free school supplies can take a while, said Nancy Corn, a member of the St. Paul Lutheran Church that has been hosting the giveaway for the past 11 years.