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What started as a chance entry in a simple photo contest turned into twice the fun for Franciscan University of Steubenville alumni, Matthew and Amanda Strickland, Class of 2012.
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Two area state legislators are lobbying their colleagues to include $900,000 for improvements to the Grand Theater in the fiscal year 2015 and 2016 capital budget.
Then maybe you'll not only want to hear the upcoming presentation by Capt. Richard Phillips as part of the Herald-Star, Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce Speaker Series on April 3, you'll want to hang out with him beforehand, too, in a charming small-group setting.
Busick, who migrated across the Ohio River to Steubenville and became a two-sport all-Ohioan at Big Red, was a 6-foot, 245-pound linebacker at West Virginia University with a bright future.
Commissioners were informed in February the city is increasing its bulk water rate by $1.30 per 1,000 gallons of water.
Nearly a year and a half ago, Pastor Bobbyjon Bauman of Starkdale Presbyterian Church in Steubenville approached Lori Kinney about an idea for a fundraiser to help an 8-year-old pupil in his Sunday school class named Abigail Kinney, who has a rare eye condition called Leber's Congenital Amaurosis.
A soup and sandwich luncheon will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on March 15 at George's Run United Methodist Church, located at 1436 state Route 151, Mingo Junction.
"We had 37 structure fire calls in 2013, which was a slight decrease from 41 in 2012.
March 8 is International Women's Day , a celebration of women's achievements and a day wherein I reflect on how many hurdles women still face in society.
The Steubenville Revitalization Group has new plans for the area, which is full in history that can be seen through a number of murals of several buildings.
Eastern Gateway Community College's annual junior high school art shows kicked off this month with Toronto Junior High.
The Rev. Timothy Huffman, pastor of St. Peter Catholic Church in Steubenville, marked the forehead of Sharon Maedke with ashes early today as part of the Ash Wednesday service that begins the Lenten season in Christianity.
The woman who wanted a career in law is preparing to retire from the Steubenville health commissioner position she has held since 1993.