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Garage Doors Plus employee receives certification

SOUTH POINT —Garage Doors Plus in South Point recently became the first company in the area with an employee certified to test firewalls and fire ... Read more

5 years ago by Elizabeth Jackson.

New sale expected on Biomass parcels

Taxes remain delinquent   The two parcels that were pulled out of a scheduled January foreclosure sale of Biomass properties adjacent to The Point industrial ... Read more

5 years ago by Benita Heath.

IIB awards Business of the Month

Ironton In Bloom recently honored McCauley Furniture and Carpet with its Business of the Month award. McCauley Furniture was founded in 1888 by Frank L. ... Read more

5 years ago by Staff Reports.

LEDC continues cleaning up sites

  PROCTORVILLE — Four gas tanks were pulled from the ground Wednesday at the Paul’s Quick Serve service station site next to the Proctorville fire ... Read more

5 years ago by Dustin Melchior.

Glockner to buy out Bob Clyse Chevrolet

In about 60 days, the Bob Clyse Chevrolet-Buick-GMC dealership, which has been in business for more than 40 years, will most likely be under the ... Read more

5 years ago by Dustin Melchior.

Vet clinic opens in downtown Ironton

  All creatures great (maybe not too great) and small are now welcome at the Victorian-style house at 714 Park Ave., AKA, the Ironton Animal ... Read more

5 years ago by Benita Heath.

New pig on the block

Stowers Carolina Barbecue makes home in Lawrence County   SOUTH POINT — Huntington’s loss is Lawrence County’s gain. Transplants from the South can get a ... Read more

5 years ago by Michelle Goodman.

Triple Crown Beverage Group making a difference

A total of $15,000 was given to the Ironton City Mission and Ironton Harvest for the Hungry through the Triple Crown Beverage Group’s Guy Spriggs ... Read more

5 years ago by Dustin Melchior.

Frontier to expand broadband access

Frontier Communications Corp. has accepted $22,927,849 from the Connect America Fund to expand and support broadband to approximately 66,592 of its rural customers in Ohio. ... Read more

5 years ago by Staff Reports.

Great River Raffle postponed

Although organizers say ticket sales for the Great River Raffle have increased in the past few weeks, the drawing has been postponed in ordered to ... Read more

5 years ago by Michelle Goodman.

Taste of Ironton set for July 25

On Saturday, July 25, taste all of what’s available in Ironton at the first Taste of Ironton event put on by Ironton aLive from 11 ... Read more

5 years ago by Dustin Melchior.

Future unknown

Haverhill Chemicals continues its temporary shutdown   HAVERHILL — The fate of a more than 50-year corporation in the region remains unknown. Tom Wells, a ... Read more

5 years ago by Benita Heath.

Fledgling company may come to area

A new company could be locating at the Dow Chemical complex on County Road 1A bringing the potential of 18 jobs in two years. At ... Read more

5 years ago by Benita Heath.

Community responds to plant rumors

Economic development leaders in the area were inundated with phone calls on Tuesday over rumors that Haverhill Chemicals in Franklin Furnace might be shutting down ... Read more

5 years ago by Benita Heath.

Wyngate at RiversEdge has grand opening

  ROME TOWNSHIP — Wyngate at RiversEdge senior living facility had its grand opening Thursday with the Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce cutting the ribbon. ... Read more

5 years ago by Dustin Melchior.

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