June 30, 2007 RSS feed / 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...

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...

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HER SHIP HAS COME IN- J-me Braig, executive director of the Greater Buckeye Lake Historical Society, happily waves from the deck of the Salt Fork Queen - soon to be the Queen of the Lake II following renovation - as it's pulled to a temporary dr More...

Discounts available for Tour of Homes

BUCKEYE LAKE - Buckeye Lake Area Civic Association's 22nd Annual Tour of Homes is set for Sunday, August 12. This year's tour features homes that are built on and form a part of the lake's infamous 4.5 mile earthen dam. 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...

Baltimore volunteers keep soldiers well supplied

BALTIMORE - If it's Thursday morning, you'll findBecky Ety and Sharon Gates, generally with other volunteers, packing boxes at Christ United Methodist Church for area soldiers in Afghanistan and Iraq. More...

Things to do…

Events Dawes Arboretum - Ohio 13, three miles north of I-70. Care and Maintenance of Conifers Saturday, July 7, 1 - 4pm. More...