The Morgan County Sheriff Office is reporting that at around 1:30 p.m. Friday Afternoon the Malta Branch of North Valley Bank was robbed. Deputies says the suspect entered the bank and demanded money.
The man was described as wearing a skull mask, blue jacket with a light stripe on the sleeve, blue jeans, dark shoes, and brown jersey goves. The suspect is about 6 feet tall and left the bank on foot.
An area man is dead after a one-vehicle crash in Morgan County early this morning.
According to the Marietta Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol says around 9 a.m. 66-year-old, Gary Combs of Beverly, was northbound on Ohio 60 near mile post 3, when his vehicle went off the right side of the roadway and struck a tree.
State Patrol was assisted by The Morgan County Sheriff's Office and M & M Fire Department. Although authortities do not believe...
One Morgan County polling location will see improvements thanks to the Secretary of State's Office.
The Center Township Fire Department received over $2,000 to install a 20 by 30 foot parking area that contains two accessible parking spaces, a small sidewalk and step. It also provides funs to put in striping and vertical signage.
Morgan County was one of five counties to receive part of the over $11,000 to improve polling places in the state to comply with the Americans with...
Another area fair is gearing up and preparing for fun, food, games and entertainment!
The 161st Morgan County Fair, in McConnelsville, starts Tuesday and continues through Saturday. On Monday, fair board members, traveling fair personnel and other involved fair community members where setting up the fairgrounds for a week of activities.
"We start around 10 o clock, the first program we have is a tribute to the veterans, then a karaoke contest after that,”...
A piece of American history is coming through Southeastern Ohio Memorial Day weekend.
The Vietnam Memorial Wall will start in Zanesville at the VFW on Moxahala Avenue, and then will be accompanied by a police escort and more than 1,500 motorcyclists into McConnelsville where the wall will be displayed.
John Christy of the Malta VFW said he would like to see the public line up on State Route 60 as the wall travels to Morgan County in support of their fallen heroes.
Bringing history to life, reminds us of the bloodshed and battle for those who fought in this country's deadliest war. A closer look at the group that has been re-enacting parts of the Civil War for over 20 years in McConelsville....preserving what happened nearly 150 years ago.
Confederate and Union Solider's prepared for battle Sunday afternoon.
"It's going to be bloody, always is," said Re-enactor Robert Collins. "We believe in what Lincoln's doing and we...