GALLIPOLIS — Ray Boone, 96, of Gallipolis, was aboard the USS Blue during the Dec. 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor. Although it has been 73 years and much of what he remembers is gone, there are details he knows he will never forget.
ATHENS — A drug developed at the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine shows promise in halting the onset of obesity-related Type 2 diabetes.
COLUMBUS — Influenza-like illness is on the rise in Ohio, and the number of associated hospitalizations are significantly higher with 202 through Nov. 29 compared to 89 last year.
RIO GRANDE — The University of Rio Grande's Emerson E. Evans School of Business recently hosted its eighth annual School of Business Visitation Day. More than 200 students from local high schools attended the event.
POINT PLEASANT — Pleasant Valley Hospital Women's Services announces the arrival of Certified Nurse-Midwife Moira Tannenbaum.
COLUMBUS — State Representative Ryan Smith, R-Bidwell, says he applauds the passage of House Bill 536 by the Ohio House of Representatives.
GALLIPOLIS — Norvin “Jack” Carter recently celebrated his 102nd birthday at the home of Russell and Judy Fellure.
COLUMBUS — Ohio veterans who served in Iraq now have less than a month to meet the Dec. 31, 2014 deadline to apply for the Ohio Veterans Bonus.
The 2014 Gallipolis Christmas Parade is postponed to Saturday, Dec. 13 at 1 p.m, due to inclement weather.
GALLIPOLIS — Interim City Manager Gene Greene hopes the capping of an aging water line near Chickamauga Creek will bring an end to the city's water line woes.
GALLIPOLIS – Health insurance continued to be a hot topic at the Gallia County Commissioners regularly scheduled meeting Thursday morning.
GALLIPOLIS — Residents will gather Saturday along Second Avenue to watch Santa Claus come to town during the 2014 Gallipolis Christmas Parade.
GALLIPOLIS – It wasn't just county insurance and employees the Gallia County Commissioners discussed on Thursday. The commissioners passed a measure Thursday offering a discount health program to all residents in Gallia County.
GALLIPOLIS — Holzer Health System participated in the Strong Start Ohio initiative, a collaborative effort to reduce preterm births, improve birth outcomes, and lower health care costs for high-risk Medicaid pregnant woman and their...
POINT PLEASANT — A plea has been entered in the case of a Pomeroy, Ohio, man accused of assaulting a man at the Mason County Fair in 2013.
POINT PLEASANT — Dr. Bretton L. Powell is the new physician of internal medicine at Pleasant Valley Hospital.
GALLIPOLIS — Drivers and passersby can expect to see members of the Gallipolis Police Department on the streets this Saturday with their uniform hats in hand.
POINT PLEASANT — Sometimes you have to look to the past to know where to go in the future.
POMEROY — Police say a shotgun slug was found wedged in a man's truck on Sunday.
POMEROY — The Pomeroy Police Department is currently investigating three pharmacy break-ins that occurred over the Thanksgiving weekend.
GALLIPOLIS — Despite the recent mild temperatures, winter is surely on its way.And with winter comes cold and snowy weather.
COLUMBUS — Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine's office has a few charitable giving tips for Ohioans who will donate to charity this holiday season.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Dr. Maria A. Serrat, assistant professor in the department of anatomy and pathology at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, and a team of multidisciplinary researchers from several institutions have...
GALLIA COUNTY — While many children have been sponsored via the Gallia County Community Christmas Project (GCCCP,) event coordinators say sponsors are still needed.
ATHENS — Did you know that one in four people with diabetes is depressed? People with Type 2 diabetes are two times more likely to experience depression in their lifetime than their peers without diabetes.