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Bonds, logo sales aid Ohio with projects

February 22, 2015 COLUMBUS — Partnering with private businesses, offering sponsorships along highways and selling $1 billion in Ohio Turnpike bonds are among ways Gov. more »»

His Kids program to open in March

February 22, 2015 By STEPHEN HUBA Special to the Herald-Star NEW CUMBERLAND — A revelation about her son’s seventh-grade class at Oak Glen Middle School prompted Tonya Moran to consider what she could do to help... more »»

John Gregg program teaching computer skills

February 22, 2015 BERGHOLZ — School children are utilizing high-tech tools to help them learn, and one program is building skills in those of a very young age. more »»

Music, art festival set for March 21 at Oak Glen

February 22, 2015 NEW MANCHESTER — The Montani Semper Liberi — Music and Art at Oak Glen festival will be about as close as Hancock County ever gets to 12 straight hours of live music. more »»

D.A.R.E. class

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Future of public library examined

February 22, 2015 What is the future of the public library? This has always been a topic in the library world, as we would try to predict future needs of our libraries, and look for trends to better serve the public. more »»

‘Wine and Shoe Extravaganza’

February 22, 2015 STEUBENVILLE — The Ohio Valley Business and Professional Women’s Club is preparing for its annual “Wine and Shoe Extravaganza” next month, and this year’s installment has a new twist to it. more »»

A sense of accomplishment

February 22, 2015 STEUBENVILLE — Retired less than a year from her longtime role as historian/genealogist at the Schiappa branch of the Public Library of Steubenville and Jefferson County, Sandy Day returned there in... more »»

Honoring the memory of Civil War vets

February 22, 2015 WEST LIBERTY — As the observance of Black History Month draws to a close, an effort to honor the memory of two African-American Civil War veterans buried in the old West Liberty Cemetery does no. more »»

New at the Library

February 22, 2015 New books Fiction — “Private Vegas” by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro — Las Vegas is a city of contradictions: seedy and glamorous, secretive and wild, Vegas attracts people of all kinds —... more »»

Bookmobile

February 22, 2015 Monday — In His Hands Daycare. — The Laurels. Thursday — Catherine’s Care Center. — Villa Vista Nursing & Rehabilitation. — Kennedy Apartments. more »»

Black History

February 22, 2015 In celebration of Black History Month, we are saluting area black leaders who have made or are making an impact in our local area. — George “Speedie” Hopkins Jr. more »»

City man handed 10-year sentence

February 21, 2015 STEUBENVILLE —Tajh M. more »»

Caucus holds Rally for Justice

February 21, 2015 STEUBENVILLE — The Ohio Valley Black Caucus held a Rally For Justice Friday evening at the Emmanuel Church of God in Christ, focusing on equal justice and protection for everyone. more »»

Respond quickly to the name of the Lord

February 21, 2015 Over the last few months, a number of people have shared with me how far from God they feel. They feel the problem is sin and don’t know how to rectify it. They’re just lost. more »»

Clean water for Africa focus for city Rotarians

February 21, 2015 STEUBENVILLE — An organization dedicated to providing filtration systems and clean well water to impoverished countries in Africa was discussed during Friday’s luncheon meeting of the Steubenville... more »»

Cadiz receives system update

February 21, 2015 CADIZ — Bob Allen of Triad Engineering attended Village Council’s meeting on Thursday to discuss updates and issues with the village wastewater treatment syste. more »»

Edison schools benefit from trust

February 21, 2015 HAMMONDSVILLE — Edison Local School District is among area districts that are benefiting from a trust fund allocation, and the results will be seen in its libraries. more »»

ICHS students get history lesson through Paris tour

February 21, 2015 WINTERSVILLE — A group of Indian Creek High School students made a French connection, of sorts, after traveling to Paris for a real-life lesson on history and culture. more »»

 
 
 

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