OHIO VALLEY — June 2-11 will prove to be a busy time in Meigs County, as the Ohio River Medical Mission takes place in Pomeroy.
POINT PLEASANT — The Mason County Commission recently discussed the county-wide clean up day held by the Mason County Solid Waste Authority for which the commission provided some funding.
POINT PLEASANT — A town hall meeting to draw attention to the ever-changing trends in drug abuse will take place on Tuesday, May 19, at 7 p.m.
RIO GRANDE — Each spring the University of Rio Grande and Rio Grande Community College honors three of its faculty for their exemplary work and dedication to the students of Rio.
POINT PLEASANT — People in Mason County have a chance Tuesday to donate to local nonprofits for a 24-hour period as part of “Give Local America,” a national day of community giving.
CLIFTON — For the past three years, Eddie Starcher has helped people get healthy at his Bend Area fitness facility, the Body Barn.
POMEROY — A trial date has been set for the case of Ernest Roach, who has been indicted for the Aug. 10, 2014, death of Ericka Brown, 16, of Kanawha County, W.Va.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — More than 1,600 Marshall University students will graduate May 9, in a pair of commencement ceremonies at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena in downtown Huntington.
POINT PLEASANT — Dispatchers at the Mason County 911 Center feel there is a disconnect.
POINT PLEASANT — Third time's a charm.
MIDDLEPORT — Visitors from across southeast Ohio made their way this week into the new headquarters of Digital Works in Middleport.
POINT PLEASANT — The West Virginia State Farm Museum will host its annual Spring Gas and Steam Engine Show this weekend.
REEDSVILLE, Ohio — The 10th annual Boots, Fiddles and Blue Suede Shoes Spring Music Festival will take place Saturday at Eastern High School in Reedsville.
POINT PLEASANT — A $12 million bond levy taxpayers have been paying on since Fiscal Year 2004-05 for renovations to Mason County's three local high schools, will be coming off tax tickets after FY2016.
NEW HAVEN — Road repairs, following the harsh winter conditions, were discussed during a recent meeting of the New Haven Town Council.
NEW HAVEN — Plans are under way for the fourth annual Wahama Bike Race/Ride, set for May 23 at the New Haven Ball Fields on Layne Street.
RIO GRANDE — Each year the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Ohio honors senior students in Fine Arts with the Award for Excellence in the Visual Arts.
GALLIPOLIS — “Volunteering is a way to contribute to society, to make it a better place. Never under-estimate the value of volunteering for something you love.”
POINT PLEASANT —The trial of two parents accused of contributing to the death of their young son has been moved to July 28.
BEND AREA — Two Bend Area communities will be hosting town-wide clean-up events in May.
Mason County Circuit Court
POINT PLEASANT — Peoples Bank is accepting applicants for the 2015 Fair Scholarship through May 15.
EAST LETART — A warm spring weekend brought area gardeners to Norris Greenhouses last Saturday.