Archive for March, 2014

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Adams County hosts Ohio Valley Regional Development Commission

Pictured from left to right are Jason Wilson, Director of the Governor’s Office of Appalachia; and Commissioners Brian Baldridge, Stephen Caraway, and… The Ohio Valley Regional Development Commission had ther full commission meeting and election of officers on Friday, March 21 at the Red Barn Convention Center.


Pike County Man Arrested in Drug Raid

The Pike County Sheriff’s Department, in conjunction with the Adams County Sheriff’s Department, serve the warrant on a Stewart Hollow Road home in Peebles.


Adams County Commissioners met on March 10

The Board of Adams County Commissioners met in regular session on March 10, 2014, with the following members present: Brian Baldridge, Stephen Caraway, and Paul Worley.


Senior Citizens Art Show coming in May

Get out those paint brushes, dust off the camera, put on your thinking caps, design your masterpiece to get ready to enter the 32nd annual Senior Citizens Art Show/Photography/Essay/Poetry Contest sponsored by Area Agency on Aging District 7, Inc.! This year’s show will be held on May 27 – May 30, and June 2 – June 6, 2014 at the Esther Allen Greer … (more)


Seniors planning another New York City trip

The Adams County Senior Citizens are planning another “New York City Red-eye Shopping & Sightseeing” trip on April 11-13 .


The last blast?

St. Patrick’s Day is usually associated with the color green, but this year might have been a bit different.


Governor Kasich tours Peebles GE Operation

With one of the massive GE engines in the background, Ohio Governor John Kasich makes a point as he speaks during his tour last week of the Peebles Te… Ohio Governor John Kasich poses with officials and employees of the Peebles GE Test Operation plant during his visit last Thursday.


Arson Suspect Formally Charged, Facing 55 Counts

Martin Espinoza was charged with 55 counts, including 10 counts of attempted first-degree murder, 31 counts of first-degree arson, four counts of third-degree assault and 10 counts of a crime of violence in Adams County Court.


Humane Society seeking donations

Domestic dogs and cats can get pregnant at any time of the year, but every once in a while, the planets seem to align and higher-than-average numbers of puppies and kittens are born in a community all at once.


Deputies pull off daring fire rescue

The People’s DefenderFlames engulf the home of Elford and Maggie Hoff early Monday morning.