POINT PLEASANT — This week the Mason County Board of Education convened in regular session, approving an agenda of primarily personnel items.Approved as follows:
POINT PLEASANT — Gen11 Studios (Gen-Eleven Studios), a local production company responsible for the multiple award-winning short film “Returning to Normandy” is launching a Kickstarter campaign to fund a new science fiction short...
OHIO VALLEY — Veteran newspaper executive Bud Hunt has been named publisher of the Gallipolis Daily Tribune and regional director for the company's southern Ohio newspapers in Portsmouth, Georgetown, West Union, Ripley, and...
POINT PLEASANT — A special meeting held by the Mason County Board of Education convened Thursday to discuss renovations to the former Moose property, how to possibly pay for those renovations, and the status of the property as it relates to new...
POINT PLEASANT — The Office of State Auditor has approved the Mason County Commission's budget for the upcoming fiscal year.
GALLIPOLIS — The fun begins at 8 p.m. April 25 on stage in downtown Gallipolis at the Ariel-Ann Carson Dater Performing Arts Centre when The Ohio Valley Symphony's 25th season concludes with a program titled “Simply...
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — For the fifth consecutive year, Marshall University will host the Lose the Training Wheels program, which teaches children and adults with special needs how to independently ride two-wheel bicycles.
POINT PLEASANT — More recreational and healthy options are on the horizon with the Point Pleasant Bike Trail moving forward.
POINT PLEASANT — Pleasant Valley Hospital has proposed partnering with Mason County Schools when it comes to providing school health clinics and sports medicine services, though at least the sports medicine services for Point Pleasant Jr./Sr.
MASON — Plans are being made for the 25th annual Bend Area C.A.R.E. Catfish Tournament, set for June 6 at Stewart-Johnson V.F.W./Lottie Jenks Memorial Park in Mason.
RIO GRANDE — Students at the University of Rio Grande will take center stage at Thursday's inaugural Research & Scholarship Exhibition — R↑SE.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — As a child, Kevin Vickers could speak only a handful of words. When he came to the Marshall University Speech and Hearing Center for therapy, he was diagnosed with a hearing disorder, which had caused his delays in learning...
GALLIPOLIS — Acclaimed as both a stage production and a hugely popular feature film, “Steel Magnolias” is a journey millions around the world have taken and treasured.
POINT PLEASANT — The second West Virginia Auto Fair, hosted by the New Haven Road Angels car club, will be coming to the Mason County Fairgrounds on May 8-9.
RIO GRANDE — There's virtually no chance of a winter storm postponing the Southeast Ohio Tourism and Business Expo this time.
POINT PLEASANT — The students at the Point Pleasant Junior/High School will journey down the yellow brick road in their next musical production, “Oz.”
POINT PLEASANT — Three people arrested after an alleged home invasion that began in Leon and ended in a high-speed chase through Cabell County have waived their preliminary hearings in Mason County Magistrate Court.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Marshall University's presidential search committee met today in executive session on the Huntington campus to review candidate materials and determine a select field of applicants for preliminary...
Duane Weber, of Meigs County, was the winner of Ohio Valley Publishing's annual March Mania Bracket contest. Several brackets were received from Ohio Valley readers that were narrowed down to a tiebreaker. Weber's bracket was the winner as...
POINT PLEASANT — April storms left many without power across Mason County on Thursday night.
MASON — A Bidwell, Ohio, man has been arrested and accused of scamming residents in Mason for money after allegedly promising to complete tree trimming work he started but did not finish.
POINT PLEASANT — A Southside man convicted of killing a Point Pleasant resident in 1987 has been sentenced to jail again after entering no contest pleas to new charges, including one count of attempted murder.
MASON — The Town of Mason was awarded a $179,976 grant recently for the third phase of its sidewalk project.
GALLIPOLIS — Tuesday marked the beginning of a six-week Diversion Truancy Program conducted by the Gallia County Juvenile Court.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Dr. Lucas Morel, professor of ethics and politics and head of the politics department at Washington and Lee University, will be the featured speaker at the next Amicus Curiae Lecture at Marshall University.