January 19, 2008 RSS feed / News

Buckeye Lake looking at possible tree policy

BUCKEYE LAKE- The Buckeye Lake Village Council won't be stumped. Tree issues dominated council's agenda Monday night, including discussion of a village tree policy to determine who is responsible for overhanging and loose branches, and the like. More...

Cortez: Still on the run, but not forgotten

BUCKEYE LAKE - Former Buckeye Lake Council member John Cortez has now been on the run for six weeks. Licking County Sheriff Randy Thorp called Cortez a "fugitive from justice" at a Dec. 4 news conference. Cortez was indicted Nov. More...

Second chance to apply for property tax reduction

COLUMBUS - Following an overwhelming response from newly-eligible seniors and disabled Ohioans who enrolled in Ohio's expanded Homestead Tax Exemption program, Senator Tim Schaffer is encouraging eligible constituents who didn't sign up in 2007 to More...

Tips on how to stay safe on ice

COLUMBUS - Cold temperatures have left waterways ice covered across the state, and the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Watercraft urges outdoor enthusiasts who venture onto frozen lakes and ponds for fishing, skating and ot More...

Things to do…

Events Dawes Arboretum - Ohio 13, three miles north of I-70. Night Hike- Friday, January 18, 6 - 8 p.m. Experience The Arboretum at night! More...

Is a police district the answer for Thorn Township?

THORNVILLE- A frightening incident in Thornville last week may illustrate the need for increased police protection. About 11:30 p.m. More...

Monument saved

BUCKEYE LAKE - Clint and Tami Harris' cemetery monument will continue to mark their graves in Harrison Township's York Street Cemetery. More...

Fire/EMS costs increasing for Union Township

HEBRON- Union Township may be looking at paying $1,000 per emergency service run in the northern part of the township. During the Jan. More...

Roshon hearing postponed

BALTIMORE- A room full of people at the Liberty Township Hall learned Tuesday night that they'll have to wait a month before learning whether the Liberty Township Board of Zoning Appeals grants an extension to the Roshon Estates-a proposed 100-acre More...

It's Girl Scout Cookie time

ZANESVILLE - It's time for Girl Scouts - Heart of Ohio's annual Cookie Sale. Every year, thousands of girls across the area gain valuable knowledge while providing the community with a special treat - Girl Scout cookies. More...