ASHLAND, Ky. — October is National Physical Therapy Month, and Premier Physical & Occupational Therapy is offering free "fall prevention screenings" across the Tri-State region this month.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio Gov. John Kasich (KAY’-sik) reports raising another $1.5 million in his quest for re-election.
I'm going to cut right to it. This is fabulous. And it's not every day I'd say such a thing about sausage. Because most often, I find myself snubbing anything to do with ground up pork (a.k.a mush). I'm not sure where my prejudice finds its roots but I suspect it lies somewhere among the non-kosher label it proudly wears.
IRONTON — The Ohio University Community Concert Series began its season on a high note Monday night, featuring a performance by the Ohio University Southern Community Band, which delighted the audience with Dixieland ditties, classic rock-and-roll numbers and everything in between.
HUNTINGTON — The Lawrence County Bass Club had its last regular tournament of the 2014 season on the Ohio River at Huntington.
"Patience is not simply the ability to wait — it's how we behave while we're waiting." — Joyce Meyer
SOUTH POINT — Are you a family caregiver looking for some educational tools to help you in your care-giving role?
PROCTORVILLE — The American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Lawrence County will host a kickoff event at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 9, at Ohio University Proctorville Center as volunteers and participants launch fundraising efforts for the year, according to a news release from Relay for Life.
IRONTON — Musical theater enthusiasts can catch a live production of Bill Haley's Comets All American Rock and Roll Show, featuring Lenny Longo, tonight, Thursday, Oct. 2, at the historic Ro-Na Theater in downtown Ironton.
The Underground Railroad was the first civil rights movement in the United States. People of various ethnicity and religious beliefs worked together in an informal network of safe houses and escape routes to help enslaved African-Americans to freedom in the northern states and Canada. Other than the terminology used, it had nothing to do with operating under the ground, trains or railways running from South to North.