U.S. Route 22 paving scheduled
CADIZ -Work is scheduled to begin Monday to resurface more than 11 miles of U.S. Route 22 in Harrison County, the Ohio Department of Transportation reported.
Work will take place from the Guernsey County line at Smyrna to the four-lane section near Cadiz.
Two-way traffic will be maintained with flaggers, ODOT reported.
ODOT's contractor for this $1.4 million project is Lash Paving Inc. of Colerain.
Park and ride to be expanded
STEUBENVILLE - Work is set to begin Monday on two park and ride facilities just north of Steubenville, the Ohio Department of Transportation reported.
An existing park and ride, located at the intersection of state Routes 7 and 213, will be expanded to include a total of 46 spaces, and a new lot will be constructed across the street in the same general area that will hold approximately 30 vehicles, ODOT reported.
ODOT's contractor for the $458,454 project is Shelly & Sands Inc. of Zanesville. Work will begin on the new lot first to minimize disruptions for patrons, ODOT reported.
Boil order issued in downtown Weirton
WEIRTON - Residents and businesses in a portion of the city are under a boil order following a water line break in the city Tuesday.
Officials with the Weirton Area Water Board announced the boil order is in effect for Wood Street, Grant Street and the 200 and 300 blocks of Marland Heights Road.
The break was along Marland Heights Road, and crews made the necessary repairs to the line, flushing and refilling the system in the affected area as a result.
Water samples must be tested before the water is allowed to be used, officials said, so those living or working in the affected areas are asked to boil all water being used for drinking, making ice, brushing teeth, washing dishes, bathing and food preparation.
For information, call (304) 797-8566.
Legion Post 10 to host steak fry
WEIRTON - The Sons of American Legion Post 10 will hold its annual steak fry from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. July 19.
The cost is $10 and includes steak, baked potato, salad, desserts and coffee.
Legal beverages will be available for sale.
The post is located at 3140 Pennsylvania Ave.
The event is open to the public. Those with questions may call (304) 723-2732.
Animal shelter offers low-cost adoptions
NEW MANCHESTER - The Hancock County Animal Shelter is offering low-cost adoptions for cats and dogs through the end of the month.
Discounted adoption fees are $25 for adult cats (1 year old or older), $50 for adult dogs and $50 for kittens.
"This is always a challenging time of year for any animal shelter," said shelter Director Lorrie Byo. "We are at the height of kitten season again, and we are experiencing increased animal intakes for dogs as well."
The discounted adoptions will be offered on site, 715 Gas Valley Road, and at the Robinson Township PetSmart store throughout July.
All adoptions are subject to the standard adoption process, which includes, but may not be limited to, an adoption screening and a veterinary reference. The animal shelter retains the right to refuse any adoption at its sole discretion.
Shelter hours are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and Sundays by appointment. For information, call (304) 387-4102.