August 30, 2014 RSS feed / News

Baseball doing well in Thornville

THORNVILLE – Thornville Youth Recreation Association President Tim Cooperrider told Thornville Village Council members Monday night that the organization had a great year for baseball. There will also be a meeting Sept. More...

Number of homes for sale increases

COLUMBUS – There were 3,808 central Ohio homes and condos listed for sale in July 2014, which is up 4.3 percent from July 2013, although down slightly by 2.4 percent from the previous month. More...

Things to do…

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

Superintendent’s position advertised

HEBRON – Three months to look for a new superintendent for Lakewood Schools may seem like a long time at first, but it will pass quickly, said Lakewood Superintendent Jay Gault who recently announced his retirement effective June 30, 2015. More...

Police chief to retire, then return

BUCKEYE LAKE- Buckeye Lake Mayor Clay Carroll announced Monday night that Police Chief James Hanzey planned to retire from the force, but then return Sept. 1, minus accrued vacation and sick time. More...

Mason appointed to SERC

COLUMBUS - Governor John R. Kasich recently appointed Clifford L. Mason of Hebron to the State Emergency Response Commission for a term beginning August 27, 2014 and ending January 13, 2016. Mason is Hebron’s mayor and a retired fire chief. More...

Baltimore rescinding impact fees

BALTIMORE – “We need to be open for business,” Mayor Bob Kalish told council members Monday night. More...

Early goose season runs Sept. 2 - 15

BUCKEYE LAKE – Hopes are high that hunters will take advantage of an early goose season to reduce Buckeye Lake’s resident goose population. The large goose population fouls beaches, docks, sidewalks and grassy areas with their waste. More...