Dads, kids swim free at Belleview Pool
STEUBENVILLE - Area fathers and their children can swim for free Sunday at the Belleview Park pool as part of a Fathers Day celebration.
The pool is open from noon to 7 p.m. on Sunday.
County releases road work schedule
STEUBENVILLE - Jefferson County Engineer James Branagan released the work schedule for the county highway department for next week:
Pavement patching - Glenn Robbins-Mount Pleasant-Rayland Road (county Road 1), Piney Fork Road (county Road 11) and Pine Valley Road (county Road 12).
Chip seal -Timothy Ridge Road (county Road 58).
Full depth pavement repairs -Elkhorn Road (county Road 49).
Ditching -Smithfield-Adena Road (county Road 10).
Guardrail repairs - Smithfield Station-Weems Road (county Road 25) and Piney Fork Road.
Road closings will be announced.
Road work announced
The West Virginia Division of Highways has announced road work to be performed next week, pending suitable weather.
In Hancock County, crews will be repairing a slip along state Route 2 between Congo Road and Newell. The highway has been reduced to one lane, and drivers should expect delays.
Crews also will be patching Willow and Oak streets, Crummitt Lane, Marks Run, Stewart Run and Smith roads; Marilyn and Russell lanes, Glen Elm and Fox Run roads, Mount Royal Boulevard and Clifford Street; ditching along Sixth Street in Newell and Arner Road in New Cumberland; and mowing along many roads.
In Brooke County, crews will be paving Boyd Road, patching Harmon Creek, Holidays Cove, McKims Ridge, Hukills Run and Windy Hill roads; pulling shoulders and ditches along Eldersville Road and mowing along Pierce Run and Camp Run roads.
County Road 50 bridge to close
IRONDALE - The bridge at the north end of the village on county Road 50 will be closed at 8 a.m. Monday for about two weeks, the Jefferson County Engineer's Department reported.
The bridge will be closed to all traffic for a deck repair project. A detour will be posted on a local street.
Car wash set for June 23
STEUBENVILLE - The Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society at Eastern Gateway Community College will be holding a car wash from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on June 23 at the Tim Horton's on Sunset Boulevard.
The proceeds will benefit the group's attendance to a regional meeting in July.
Feds warn Ohio State about center lab
COLUMBUS - Ohio State University is appealing a federal government finding that alleges serious deficiencies at the university's medical center clinical lab.
The university plans to submit information this month to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services that it says will address the government's concerns.
At issue are samples the government says were improperly sent from the clinical lab to another Ohio State lab in violation of university and federal policies that prohibit samples from being analyzed elsewhere.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services warned Ohio State in a June 11 letter the deficiencies limit the lab's ability to render accurate services and protect the health and safety of clients.
From staff and wire reports