Courtesy of AAA7
The Area Agency on Aging District 7 is proud to partner with Shawnee State University and Hill View Retirement Center in Portsmouth for a special showing of "Alive Inside," an award-winning documentary that explores the healing power of music for people with dementia.
IRONTON - A 17-year-old Kitts Hill resident has been charged with animal cruelty after allegedly shooting a neighbor's dog, according to Lawrence County Prosecuting Attorney Brigham Anderson.
Some Lawrence County school districts are using a day or two of spring break to make up for days lost this winter due to snow and ice and high water, according to Jim Payne, superintendent of the Lawrence County Educational Service Center.
Pork could possibly be the most versatile meat in terms of cooking. Think of all the different cuts of meat that comes from swine. Personally, bacon is my favorite, with pork shoulder coming in at a close second. I slow roast the shoulder and no matter what seasoning I use, it always turns out amazing.
After a successful 16th annual Chili Fest and Craft Show on Saturday, Lawrence County continues to celebrate Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month.
PORTSMOUTH, Ohio — Scioto County authorities have arrested a 46-year-old Portsmouth man in the rape of a 5-year-old girl, according to the office of Sheriff Marty V. Donini.
ROME TOWNSHIP, Ohio — Former Fairland Athletic Director John McClung, with the backing of the Fairland Association of Classroom Teachers, has filed a lawsuit against the school district to get his job back, according to court documents.
IRONTON - The Lawrence County sheriff's office is investigating the fatal shooting of a dog in the Kitts Hill area, Sheriff Jeff Lawless said on the department's Facebook page.
PEDRO, Ohio - Volunteers are being sought to help plant 5,000 oak trees in the Wayne National Forest.
The Ironton ranger district is seeking volunteers to plant trees at Decatur Township from 9:30 a.m. to noon Saturday, March 28.
IRONTON - Several people were sentenced to prison Wednesday in Lawrence County Common Pleas Court, most for violating community control sanctions.