IRONTON - Ohio University Southern will be getting $950,000 to upgrade the electric and HVAC at three buildings on the Ironton campus, according to the county's two state senators.
Team Toni, Inc., gears up for its 4th annual Team Toni 5K Memorial Run/Walk, to celebrate the spirit of a young woman whose memory is held dear by the community, and honor her wish to "pay it forward."
Courtesy of Lion Bob Smith
"If you're not there, you can't enjoy the fun and service."
Paul Hart, president of the Chesapeake, Proctorville, Rome Lions Club along with Secretary/Treasurer Dick Meyers, presented well deserved membership awards at the club's most recent meeting.
Courtesy of Steve Call
IRONTON - The Great River Craft Beer Festival is closing in on 300 pre-sold tickets, so a great crowd is anticipated. Tickets will be available at the door, but to avoid the crowd, purchase them in advance.
All invited to worship at First Southern Baptist
SOUTH POINT - The First Southern Baptist Church, located at 110 Collins Ave. in South Point (next to the post office) invites everyone to visit at 9:45 a.m. this Sunday for Sunday School & Coffee/Doughnuts. At 11 a.m., Paul Michael Booth will be preaching God's word.
The Lawrence Herald
PROCTORVILLE - Pets and the people who loved them gathered at the Lawrence County Fairgrounds in Proctorville on Saturday for the American Cancer Society's Bark 4 Life.
Road slip affects Brentwood Village and Chesapeake area residents.
PORTSMOUTH, Ohio - Six people were arrested last week at a Portsmouth apartment on drug charges, according to a release from the Southern Ohio Drug Task Force.
IRONTON - Several candidates have filed for office in this year's general election in Lawrence County.
Adam Gilmore and Jon Chris Collier filed as candidates for Lawrence Township trustee. Dennis Hankins, meanwhile, filed as a candidate for the Rock Hill Board of Education. || 0417_filed || IRONTON _ Several candidates have filed for office
PEDRO, Ohio - Fish don't care about rain, but anglers sure do. Intermittent rain Thursday morning cut in half the size of the crowd for the 12th annual Wheelin' Sportsmen fishing event at Lake Vesuvius when compared to last year's event.