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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.

Making it official

  Community members, city and county officials and representatives from Holiday Inn Express and Suites and Frisch’s Big Boy were at the dedication and ribbon ... Read more

5 years ago by Dustin Melchior.

LEDC aims for global outreach

SOUTH POINT — The Lawrence Economic Development Corporation has received official certification to become an Employment Based-5 Regional Center for the counties of Lawrence, Scioto, ... Read more

5 years ago by Staff Reports.

Mother’s Day essay contest success for local jeweler

More than 30 short essays were submitted by sons and daughters who described their mothers as “the best,” for Allyn’s Jewelers first Mothers Appreciation contest. ... Read more

5 years ago by Michelle Goodman.

South Point Tractor Supply to host pet event

SOUTH POINT — Tractor Supply Company in South Point will host a pet event on Sunday, May 31 to encourage adoptions and support local animal ... Read more

5 years ago by Staff Reports.

Mullins sole bidder on LEDC project

SOUTH POINT — Construction should start in a month on the latest spec building at The Point industrial park. Only one firm actually made a ... Read more

5 years ago by Benita Heath.

Companies take honors from state

COLUMBUS — The Ohio Chemistry Technology Council (OCTC) this week recognized exceptional performances in environmental, health, safety and security by two local companies at the ... Read more

5 years ago by Staff Reports.

Beer fest a success

  Funds go to Kiwanis, Friends of Ironton projects The inaugural Great River Craft Brew Fest Saturday afternoon at the Ro-Na, sponsored by the Ironton ... Read more

5 years ago by Dustin Melchior.

Cabell CFO speaks at chamber luncheon

The possible St. Mary’s Hospital acquisition by Cabell Huntington Hospital was the main point Cabell Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Monte Ward talked about ... Read more

5 years ago by Dustin Melchior.

Free Comic Book Day is Saturday, May 2

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Comic World in Huntington is one of thousands of comic book shops around the world celebrating Free Comic Book Day on, Saturday, ... Read more

5 years ago by Staff Reports.

Ticket sales not going as organizers would like

The Great River Raffle may end up in the drink if organizers can’t get enough tickets sold. Not raising $200,000 could keep Ironton and anywhere ... Read more

5 years ago by Benita Heath.

Bakeries open house set for April 11

SOUTH POINT — The Lawrence Economic Development Corporation will welcome the latest addition to The Point industrial park when it hosts an official dedication of ... Read more

5 years ago by Benita Heath.

Ohio Valley Crash Parts moving to new location

Tucked behind the railroad tracks on Spruce Street, Ohio Valley Crash Parts owner Kenny Dickess said many people don’t even know that his business exists. ... Read more

5 years ago by Dustin Melchior.

Setting up shop

  SOUTH POINT — On Wednesday, economic development leaders welcomed a new business to the eastern end of the county. O’Reilly is one of the ... Read more

6 years ago by Dustin Melchior.

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