Colleagues are remembering Circleville council member Tammy Bowers as a dedicated public servant and volunteer who worked tirelessly for the benefit of the community.
One man is in custody Tuesday after the early-morning robbery of the Speedway store on North Court Street.
A local woman is being treated for injuries after crashing her vehicle into City Hall on Wednesday afternoon.
An Orient man will spend the next 11 years in state prison for his role in the overdose death of a friend in December of 2015.
An employee of Tangent Air on Edison Avenue is being treated at Grant Medical Center following an apparent assault at the facility Monday evening.
South Bloomfield police are seeking help to find a 2-year-old girl missing since Sunday, according to a press release issued Wednesday evening.
Two suspects are in custody and one is still at large following an East Franklin Street home burglary on Saturday that ended in a chase into Franklin County.
City police are seeking the public's help in identifying the suspects involved in a series of business robberies, the most recent on Thursday at Subway on North Court Street.
A hearing has been scheduled next week to reconsider certification for three candidates seeking seats on the Circleville City Council.
A Columbus man was arrested and charged with burglary and theft following reports of a break-in Wednesday on Dunhurst Street.
Members of the Circleville Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol earned two out of four district honors in the 2016 Leadership Awards announced Feb. 10 in Columbus.
Circleville City Council may see several new faces next year after the Board of Elections failed to certify the petitions of four current council members and one potential candidate for the May primary.
Parents are advised to be alert to signs of bed bugs after several were recently discovered at Circleville High School.
A bus driver for the Circleville City School district has been charged with child endangerment and a teacher has been disciplined after two preschool students were left alone on a bus last week.
A bus driver for Circleville City Schools has been placed on paid administrative leave after reportedly leaving two preschool students on a bus in the parking lot for about an hour.
Pickaway County Sheriff deputies assisted Thursday in an operation in Pike County that led to the arrest of a Rhoden family member on drug trafficking charges.
A Stoutsville man was killed in a two-vehicle crash Saturday in Hocking County, according to the Athens Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol.
Six of seven teenagers were injured Saturday night in a one-vehicle crash on St. Paul Road just east of Walnut Creek Pike.
No injuries were reported following a mishap with a Logan Elm Local School bus Friday morning on Tarlton Road near the village.
Officials in the Westfall Local School District are urging parents to be alert to signs of Pertussis, also known as Whooping Cough, after cases of the disease have been identified in the area.
An Amanda man died in a crash just after midnight Friday while being pursued as a suspect following reports of shots fired on East Main Street in the city.
A local man has been arrested in connection with a shooting incident Wednesday on Huston Street.
The Pickaway County Visitor's Bureau is seeking a new executive director following the recent resignation of Charlie Jackson, who has spent more than a decade in the role.
Two people were detained by the Circleville Police Department Wednesday following reports of shots fired on Huston Street.
State Representative Gary Scherer (R-Circleville) was sworn in Tuesday as a member of the Ohio House of Representatives for the 132nd General Assembly.
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