January 21, 2017 RSS feed / News

On-line surplus sale nets township tidy return

JACKSONTOWN – Licking Township netted nearly $30,000 by posting old township equipment on govdeals.com. More...

Morris elected village council president

HEBRON - Alayna Morris was elected village council president at the council’s organizational meeting last Wednesday. She replaces Jim Friend. Morris is just the second woman to serve as council president. More...

AARP tax help for seniors available

BUCKEYE LAKE - AARP will be preparing free 2016 tax returns at the Buckeye Lake Library. This service is for low or moderate income people with an emphasis on those 60 and older. More...

Thornville Council president gives up seat

THORNVILLE – Village Council begins 2017 with a new council president and an open seat after council president Heidi Robinson resigned effectively immediately at the Jan. 2 organizational meeting.  More...

Winterfest getting bigger, better

BUCKEYE LAKE – Out of the winter doldrums comes the third annual Buckeye Lake Winterfest, the hottest party around, said Buckeye Lake Region Chamber of Commerce Trustee Mike Fornataro.  “We have more area locations involved, includin More...

Lakewood to start discussing new elementary school Jan. 26

HEBRON – Hebron Elementary School Principal Dee Martindale would be pleased to see fewer stairs in a new elementary school building. More...

Six traffic fatalities in Licking County last quarter

NEWARK – The Licking County Health Department’s Safe Communities Coalition reported six fatalities from five vehicle crashes during the fourth quarter of 2016, October 1 to December 31, in the county.  More...

Village will be taking over cemetery

MILLERSPORT – Fire Chief Bob Price told council members at their January 10 meeting that he wants to increase on-station staffing to three and three (Millersport and Fairfield Beach stations) around the clock.  More...

Things to do…

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