June 30, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

News

Millersport may sell water to Buckeye Lake

BUCKEYE LAKE- Could the third try be the charm for Millersport to provide public water to the Village of Buckeye Lake? More...

Baltimore police coverage increasing

BALTIMORE - Business owners and residents should soon be able to sleep a bit sounder. "Every night from midnight to 8 a.m. somebody will be watching," Police Chief Michael Tussey told The Beacon after Monday night's council meeting. More...

Cooperation is critical for area fire departments

LAKE AREA- Lake area firechiefs said what happened between the City of Newark and Newark Township won't happen around the lake. More...

Schools

Lakewood Middle School names honor students

HEBRON - Lakewood Middle School recently named its honor students for the fourth and final nine-weeks grading period. More...

Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports. Baltimore + June 11: Police took a report of criminal damaging on Creekview Court. + June 12: Police found a dog at large at Water and Market streets. The owner was found and advised. More...

Editorials & Letters

The BLASST will go off July 3 despite huge fire

Editor, First and foremost, even though Hamburg Fireworks took a big hit last week with that huge fire, the BLASST will go off at 10 p.m. on July 3 from FairfieldBeach. More...

Writer doesn't want Millersport to be anything like Buckeye Lake

Editor, As a Millersport resident, I had to take pause after reading the article about the increased police presence in the village. First I would like to say it is sad that we would even NEED more police protection, a sign of the times I guess. More...

Kirkersville mayor involved in rehab program complaint

Editor: A couple of weeks ago, I received a phone call about a meeting taking place that afternoon that I might be interested in. Sure enough, I was interested! More...

Obituaries

Vernon "Lee" Knotts

A funeral service celebrating the life of Vernon "Lee" Knotts, 60, of Baltimore was held June 25, 2007, in the chapel of the Hoskinson Funeral Home, Kirkersville with Pastor Angie Sherer officiating. Burial followed in Kirkersville Cemetery. More...