FEMA funds on their way … eventually
125 years of biking
Fireworks will light up New Boston skies on July 4
Grand jury hands down indictments
- DOE site Public Warning System test set - 11:59 pm
- Water colorhas residentsa bit stirred - 4:41 pm
- Three facing felony animal abuse charges - 3:15 pm
- View Story - 7:12 pm
- Organs and boomwhackers in tune for 45th Knost Music Workshop - 6:25 pm
- Changing the conversation about Teen Suicide - 4:18 pm
- Commissioners approve grant amendment - 12:00 pm
- ODNR to repair bridge - 10:01 am
- Portsmouth PD arrest two, confiscated suspected narcotics and two weapons after bust at motel - 5:20 pm
- New Boston holds public meeting on 2019 budget - 5:15 pm
- State group holds ninth opiate conference in Columbus - 4:36 pm
- Wonderful things are happening at the 14th Street Community Center - 4:30 pm
- Chief Ware says state award belongs to Portsmouth - 4:30 pm
- Plant to have 1-week shutdown - 4:47 pm
- Portsmouth Today highlights progress - 2:00 pm
- Commissioners report permissive sales tax for April 2018 - 11:33 am
- Indictments handed down - 11:20 am
- Portsmouth to look to Ireland for sister City - 4:43 pm
- “BARKers” Market - 1:38 pm
- Scioto Foundation gives nearly s half of a million in scholarships - 11:54 pm
- Autism Project, baseball league work together - 12:00 am
- Club hits jackpot with mushroom tours, outings - 11:59 pm
- NWS Reports minor flooding - 6:05 pm
- The Pearl of Hope for kids - 5:48 pm
- View Story - 5:35 pm
New Boston holds public meeting on 2019 budget
The New Boston Village Council held its 2nd meeting of the month, on Tuesday with all board members in attendance. Before the official meeting began, ...
State group holds ninth opiate conference in Columbus
About 1,200 people from across state gathered in Columbus early last week for Ohio’s 2018 Opiate Conference sponsored by the Ohio Association of...
Wonderful things are happening at the 14th Street Community Center
Great things are happening at the 14th Street Community Center this summer. They started with their second annual fund raiser, Soul Food & Music F...
Plant to have 1-week shutdown
By Tom CorriganThe feud continues between the private company handling the dismantling of the Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant – a.k.a. the A-...
Portsmouth Today highlights progress
Last week, Main Street Portsmouth and the Portsmouth Area Chamber of Commerce successfully hosted the first event of a new quarterly series that promo...
Klaiber clicking right along with LIU-Post
Transitioning to college life off of the field of play for a student-athlete, let alone on, is very difficult.It’s even more difficult to do so ...
SSU volleyball program signs two additional Buckeyes to roster
The Shawnee State University volleyball program inked two additional strongholds by signing Nashail Shelby of Ontario and Alexis Palazzo of Marietta t...
MCDERMOTT — A highly competitive tournament with local talent abound across the board.It’s a dream for any person looking to promote a spo...
Allen, WV Thunder continue to show promise
Over the course of her time with the West Virginia Thunder, Portsmouth’s Sienna Allen has won a lot of basketball games over her very short life...
Elks holding Junior Golf Clinics
Elks CC to hold Junior Golf ClinicsThe Elks County Club will be hosting Junior Golf Clinics for three different age brackets from Tuesday, June 19 thr...
Protect your eyes
Your time outside can quickly lead to an increased risk of exposure to dangerous ultraviolet (UV) rays that can cause a sun spot on the white of the e...
Keeping your summer spending in check
Cookouts, swimming pools, fireworks, vacations — summer is full of fun.But with all that fun, it can be easy to mentally check out on your money...
‘Avengers: Infinity War’ crosses $2 billion in box office
The supersized superhero hit “Avengers: Infinity War” has crossed $2 billion in worldwide ticket sales, becoming only the fourth film to r...
Streisand gives early nod of approval to Lady Gaga’s ‘Star’
Barbra Streisand’s “A Star Is Born” is being reborn online with scenes she’d cut from the 1976 movie.Long known as a perfectio...
The top 10 movies on the iTunes Store
iTunes Movies U.S. charts for week ending June 10, 2018:iTunes Movies US Charts:1. Pacific Rim: Uprising2. Death Wish (2018)3. Game Night (2018)4. Bla...
Tears tell tales
Stories are tied up in our salty tears and released when the delicate drops of liquid spill down our cheeks. Tears can represent our physical, emotion...
Do you fear or endear snakes?
Growing up in the backwoods of Kentucky Appalachia, my grandma learned to identify poisonous snakes — copperheads, water moccasins (also known a...
The controversial issue of abortion
Beyond the issue of abortion is the issue of the creation of life. Who created life? What is the purpose of life? What do religious books proclaim abo...
Those hard-working Hurricane Sisters
Shirley Cunningham-Martin and Judy Cunningham-Hanes — aptly nicknamed “The Hurricane Sisters” due to their whirlwind energy as paint...
Beauty pageants should die out like the dinosaurs they are
In an apparent effort to head off #MeToo backlash or simply appear relevant, the Miss America Organization announced this week that contestants can no...
The puzzle of China’s productivity
Warren Buffett said a few weeks ago that the Chinese had discovered a secret sauce for productivity. Clearly, China’s productivity is a mystery ...