POINT PLEASANT — The Mason County Board of Education recently held a special business meeting to discuss and vote on a motion to acquire the Moose Lodge property for the purpose of housing the district's central office and, eventually,...
MASON — Mason Mayor Jerry Tucker announced Friday that he will be resigning from his position, effective Oct. 1.
POINT PLEASANT — The town of Henderson was once again a topic of discussion at Thursday's regular meeting of the Mason County Commission.
POINT PLEASANT — Two high schools in Mason County recently implemented a new food service program that school officials say has been a big success for students.
GALLIPOLIS — A Point Pleasant man was arrested this past weekend in Gallia County and is facing multiple charges following a traffic stop.
POINT PLEASANT — The Knight Bikers Bike Club's Mothman Bicycle Numbers Run was a success, according Gabe Roush, one of the organizers. Roush said there were a total of 32 riders of all ages for the fundraiser which raised funds for the...
MASON — More than 20 kickball teams will converge Saturday on the New Haven ballfields for a chance at “Kickin' Cancer in the Balls,” and helping a local woman struck with the disease.
MASON COUNTY —Recent reports from the United States Department of Agriculture Economic Research Service show an overall local, state and national decline in food insecurity from 2011-2013.
GALIPOLLIS — When Shelby Merry of Gallipolis sent in her video application explaining to MTV producers why she'd be “the worst” contestant to appear on the “Million Dollar Maze Runner,” she never thought she'd...
POINT PLEASANT — This month's meeting of the Mason County Family Resource Network incited discussion about the group's grant money and events surrounding National Recovery Month.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Ohio Court of Claims has awarded $82,000 to a man for wrongful imprisonment after determining he was sent to prison for a crime that didn't carry a spelled-out penalty.
CLEVELAND (AP) — An extremely harsh winter has driven up road salt prices throughout state and has forced the Ohio Department of Transportation to contract with an Indiana company to buy less-expensive salt for delivery this winter.
COLUMBUS (AP) — Columbus homicide detectives have filed search warrants to obtain DNA from three men awaiting trial in the 2011 beating death of a concert promoter from Florida.
STEUBENVILLE — Two of the three Buckeye Local High School students injured in a crash Monday remain hospitalized today.
LEBANON, Ohio (AP) — Authorities say a man charged in Kentucky with murder and kidnapping is now in a southwestern Ohio jail on an aggravated murder charge.
GALLIPOLIS — The Silver Memorial Bridge was closed for approximately one hour Tuesday morning after a piece of equipment struck a steel support beam at the overpass on Ohio 7 North in Gallipolis.
POINT PLEASANT — The recent meeting of Point Pleasant City Council saw a date set for trick-or-treat and a look ahead at next year's Point Pleasant Sternwheel Regatta.
POINT PLEASANT — Residents with the town of Henderson appeared before the Mason County Commission with concerns about the town's current mayor.
Pittsburgh, Pa. — The community is coming together to support a young family dealing with the unexpected.
POINT PLEASANT — Addiction is a dark place.This Saturday, people in Point Pleasant are joining a nationwide movement to raise awareness about substance abuse disorder and those whose lives have been impacted by it.
Fatal crashLEON — The Mason County Sheriff's Department reports a Buffalo man has been killed as a result of a car crash.
GALLIPOLIS FERRY —Students, faculty, families and former school employees gathered Wednesday in the gymnasium of Beale Elementary School to celebrate 30 years of learning and growing.
MASON — Veterans will be the honored guests when a new flag pole and American Flag are dedicated Friday evening at Wahama High School, according to Principal Kenny Bond.
POINT PLEASANT — The director of the maintenance department updated the Mason County Schools Board of Education on this year's projects and discussed possible future facilities updates.
POINT PLEASANT — Love it or hate it, standing in the middle of W.Va. 62 on a Saturday, collecting money for organizations has become a familiar past-time in Point Pleasant.