Tuesday Aug 26
State blames old mines for sagging SE Ohio highway
State transportation officials believe a section of a main highway in southeast Ohio is sagging because of abandoned coal mine space beneath the road, and they are trying to pinpoint the problem areas that might need to be filled.
The Columbus Dispatch
Old mines causing Rt. 33 to sag near Nelsonville
A state transportation engineer was driving west on Rt. 33 toward Nelsonville one day last summer when he felt a dip in the road.
Name Released in Crooksville Drug Bust
The female's identified as 47-year-old Kelly Sue Rambo. She's charged with aggravated trafficking in drugs a felony of the fourth degree.
Cox to serve SEPTA time for felony offenses
A multiple felony offender who had his bond revoked earlier this year following his arrest on new charges will be headed to Southeastern Probation Treatment Alternative correctional facility in Nelsonville following a sentencing hearing in the Common Pleas Court of Gallia County on Tuesday.