GALLIPOLIS — Holzer Health System recent conducted a Continuing Medical Education seminar on Parkinson's disease, presented by Dr. Amanda McConnell, Holzer neurologist, Jodie Sickels, of Holzer Therapy Services, and Traci Sisson-Good,...
POMEROY— Nine out of 10 wildfires are caused by people, which is why Ohioans should take the necessary precautions if they plan to burn debris, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.
GALLIPOLIS — October always brings a multitude of special events planned by Holzer Health System.
GALLIPOLIS — Digital Computing Solutions of Gallipolis has donated a desktop and a laptop to “Computers For Students,” run by Iva Sisson.
GALLIPOLIS — Melvin Eugene Greene was unanimously named Gallipolis' interim city manager during a special city commission meeting late Friday afternoon.
GALLIPOLIS — Break out your school pride because Gallia Academy, River Valley, South Gallia and Ohio Valley Christian schools will be hanging out in your wallet or purse.
DAVIDSON, N.C. — Michael Bush, president and chief executive officer of Civitas Media, the owner of Ohio Valley Publishing — Gallipolis Daily Tribune, The Daily Sentinel in Pomeroy, and the Point Pleasant...
POINT PLEASANT — This week, Point Pleasant hosted a traveling piece of history.
GALLIPOLIS — Randy Finney's last official day as Gallipolis' city manager was spent much like any other business day.
RIO GRANDE — Multiple celebrations await Gallia County this weekend.
RevivalsOct. 9-10, Old Bethel Freewill Baptist Church, Middleport. Nightly at 6 p.m. Preaching by Norman Taylor. Everyone is welcome. For information please call Clyde Ferrell (740) 388-8075.Oct. 8, Central...
POINT PLEASANT — Six current passing zones in a section of U.S. 35 that remains two lanes will be converted to no passing zones.
GALLIPOLIS – The city of Gallipolis doesn't plan to hire a new full-time city manager until after Jan. 1.
GALLIPOLIS — On Sunday, members of the Gallipolis Fire Department will participate in “Bells Across America” — and they're for the community' participation.
COLUMBUS — A $7 million estate gift from the late Delma Roush will establish the Delma L. Roush Scholarship Fund in support of students in Ohio State's College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES).
RIO GRANDE — The University of Rio Grande and Rio Grande Community College has added a new element to its Homecoming Week — a presidential welcome celebration.
GALLIPOLIS — G&W Auto Parts (CarQuest) was drawn as September's Spotlight Business of the Month by the Gallia County Chamber of Commerce.
GALLIPOLIS — The 10th annual French City Chili Fest will take place Saturday in Gallipolis City Park, featuring some new activities and all the locally made chili attendees can eat.
LIMA — Gov. John Kasich is enjoying a comfortable, 22-point lead in the polls in the final weeks of his re-election campaign. During an editorial roundtable Thursday, Kasich spoke with Civitas Media's Ohio editors about how far the state...
LIMA — Despite a 22-point deficit in the polls, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ed FitzGerald is determined to continue to make his case to voters in the final weeks leading up to November's election.
Five young ladies will vie for the title of River Valley High School's 2014 Homecoming queen. Janelle McClelland, from left, Zara Meade, Rachael Smith, Brylee Harder and Payton Hatfield are the candidates from the senior class. The queen will be...
GALLIPOLIS — There's a chill in the air, a sure sign a new season is on its way. Fall colors are appearing all around the Ohio Valley: red, orange, gold — and silver.