The Telegram News
July 28, 2021
  • Jackson’s County Road 25 (Limerick Road) will be closed just south of County Road 26 (Savageville Road) beginning Thursday, July 29. 
  • Circle M Meats (with deli) open for business
    This past December, Circle M Farms, Feed, & Supply announced plans for a new food-processing facility in Jackson County – Circle M Meats.
  • The mother of a young child who perished in a Glen Roy house fire in early 2020 is set to go to trial in Jackson County Common Pleas Court (CPC) near the start of 2022.
  • The Jackson Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol (OSHP) is currently investigating a fatal motorcycle crash that occurred on State Route 93. According to the OSHP, on Sunday, July 25 at 7:06 p.m., a caller reported finding a crashed motorcycle just south of milepost 19 on State Route 93.
  • A young Jackson man was seriously injured after his car crashed on Mayhew Road near Jackson on Friday morning, July 23.
  • Happenings Bistro to open Friday, July 30 in Wellston
    After months of renovations and preparation, Happenings Bistro has finally announced a date for their Grand Opening.
  • Gayle Manchin visits Jackson County
    This past Wednesday, the Former First Lady of West Virginia and Federal Co-Chair of the Appalachia Regional Commission (ARC), Gayle Manchin, visited Bellisio Foods for a presentation on the Southern Ohio Employer Resource Network (SOERN), with which Bellisio Foods is partnered.
  • Dixon Run Solar Project underway
    The North Carolina-based company SunEnergy1 recently conducted the first public-information meeting for a project that aims to construct a utility-grade, 140-megawatt solar power plant on over 2,000 acres of land in Bloomfield Township.
  • ‘Meridian is the past; Rail is the future’
    After sitting vacant and in a state of disrepair for close to 15 years, the property at 1020 East Main Street in Jackson that once housed the Goodyear, Cambridge and Meridian Automotive Systems businesses is now in a prime position to be redeveloped now that the long-running process of cleaning up the site has officially drawn to an end.
  • Wellston School District welcomes six new educators
    As the new school year approaches, the Wellston City Schools Board of Education added six new teachers to the district’s roster during the Tuesday night, July 6 meeting, which was held at Wellston High School (WHS).
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