August 29, 2015 RSS feed / News

Village can’t markup cleanup costs

BUCKEYE LAKE – While the idea sounded great in theory, Buckeye Lake Mayor Clay Carroll said the village solicitor shot down his plan to earn money for the village from mowing overgrown properties. More...

Things to do…

Events Dawes Arboretum - Ohio 13, three miles north of I-70. More...

Sweet Corn Festival 5K set for Sept. 5

MILLERSPORT – The Millersport Lions Club in conjunction with the Sweet Corn Festival will hold its 26th Annual 5K Run/ Walk on Saturday, Sept. 5. More...

Camp fundraiser set

NEWARK- The 20th Century Club is holding its Concert for Camp fundraiser from 3-9 pm on Sat. Aug. 29, at Camp O’Bannon in Newark. There will be live music, food, beverages and raffles. More...

Improved bond rating saves Lakewood nearly $900,000 in interest on debt

HEBRON – Mike Burns, director at Robert W. Baird & Co., told Lakewood School Board members Aug. More...

LEADS Headstart finds new home

BUCKEYE LAKE – The Buckeye Lake LEADS Head Start program has found a new permanent home in Buckeye Lake, still within the village but out of range of a dam breach, said Head Start/Early Head Start director Marianne Chillinsky. More...

Perry County to consider water supplier switch

THORNVILLE- The Perry County Commissioners are beginning at least to investigate a proposal from Burr Oak in Athens County to supply Northern Perry County customers with water. Currently, Thornville supplies Northern Perry County customers. More...

Housing market shattered records in July

COLUMBUS – Sales, prices and time to sell a home set records again during July 2015. The 3,208 home sales last month were up 1.9 percent over the previous month (June 2015) and up 11.7 percent from July of 2014. More...

Parents encouraged to obtain IDs for children

COLUMBUS – As children head back to school, the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) is reminding parents of tools available to quickly locate a child that has been separated from a parent. More...

Back to school food safety tips

WASHINGTON – The new school year likely means back to packing lunches and afterschool snacks for students, athletes, and all the other children who carry these items to and from home. More...