February 17, 2007 RSS feed / News

Meetings rescheduled

LAKE AREA - Tuesday's snow and freezing rain caused several meetings to be cancelled and rescheduled. More...

Thornville Council plows through issues

THORNVILLE- Stop in Thornville--if you can. Monday night, Thornville Village Council members and residents were clearly unhappy with how the village handles its snow plowing. More...

State of Village address Feb. 19

BALTIMORE- Baltimore Mayor Robert Kalish presents the 7th annual Baltimore State of the Village address Monday, Feb. 19 at Liberty Union High School. Fairfield National Bank sponsors a continental breakfast 8:30 to 9 a.m. More...

Liberty Union taking another look at drug testing

BALTIMORE - Liberty Union-Thurston School Board members are taking another look at a student athlete drug testing program. The district had a random testing program for three years, but dropped it several years ago for financial reasons. More...

Commissioners to seek Ohio EPA loan for plant

NEWARK - Licking County's Water and Wastewater Department will seek a Water Pollution Control Loan Fund (WPCLF) loan to fund the Buckeye Lake Sewer District plant expansion. More...

Baltimore man named to Strickland administration

COLUMBUS - Terry Thomas, of Baltimore, has been named assistant director of the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS) with responsibility for employer services workforce programs. More...

2,904 tons collected from recycling sites

NEWARK - Last year, Licking County Recycling & Litter Prevention collected 2,904 tons of material from it's 25 drop-off recycling sites throughout Licking County. More...

Boating classes set

MILLERSPORT - The 8- hour Ohio Boating Education Course will be offered on Saturday, March 10 at the Division of Watercraft's Buckeye Lake officein Millersport. More...

Tax help available

BUCKEYE LAKE - AARP offers free tax preparation and electronic filing is available to all taxpayers with low to moderate income. Appointments are encouraged. AARP tax services available at Zerger Hall, 745 E. Main St. More...