With some modifications to the normal routine, the Pike County Swim Club is hoping to open the pool to members this summer.
For hungry students in the Western Local School District, access to food remained available throughout the state-mandated, two-month closure due to COVID-19.
The public comment period concerning a draft wastewater discharge permit and application renewal submitted by Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion plant contractor Fluor-BWXT Portsmouth LLC was recently held.
Orders issued by the state of Ohio regarding coronavirus/COVID-19 changed this past week, moving from “Stay Safe Ohio” to “Ohioans Protecting Ohioans Urgent Health Advisory”.
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- FLOOD WARNING: Persons living along Scioto River should be prepared for flooding, some county roads see high water
- Local survey by PCGHD shows Pike County's feelings about COVID-19 concerns
- Pike County man arrested, charged with misuse of 911
- Darrel Wayne Brown
- Arrests result from search warrants
- Long's Retreat transitions into the future while celebrating the past
- New health advisory issued as more of the state opens
- Traffic stop results in arrest for drug trafficking
- Pike County reporting six COVID-19 cases, state continues to implement Responsible RestartOhio plan
- News of Record - Sunday, May 24, 2020
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When schools across the state of Ohio closed in mid-March due to the threat of COVID-19, many students who rely on school-provided breakfast and lunch faced the prospect of being hungry during the stay-at-home orders.
Rural King announced on Tuesday that it will expand its distribution center operations in Waverly, creating 75 new jobs in this newest expansion.
With rain falling and waters rising in the county and surrounding areas, Pike County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) is advising that all persons who reside along the Scioto River in Pike County should prepare for flooding.
As of Monday, May 18, the Pike County General Health District was reporting six COVID-19 cases in Pike County, up from the five reported last week, with three of them listed as active cases and three of them listed as recovered.