March 22, 2008 RSS feed / News

Guest Column: It's National Sunshine Week

Have you ever wondered how your tax dollars are being utilized? Or how a decision was made by a government entity that affects your everyday life? More...

Church, state separation questioned

KIRKERSVILLE - Separation of church and state is difficultwhen council meetings and worship services take place in the same room. More...

Eagle sewer help won't fly

HEBRON- Helping the Buckeye Lake Eagles pay part of the cost to connect to the Buckeye Lake Sewer District system isn't going to happen. "All efforts to help the Eagles have failed," said Union Township Trustee Jack Justice Monday night. More...

Things to do…

Events Dawes Arboretum - Ohio 13, three miles north of I-70. Night Hike- Friday, March 21, 7:30 - 9:30 p.m. Experience The Arboretum at night! More...

Kindergarten registration set

MILLERSPORT - Millersport Elementary is now holding Kindergarten Registration for the 2008-2009 school year. More...

Lakewood thanks voters for levy support

HEBRON - School board members and administrators expressed gratitude to Lakewood voters at a March 12 business meeting for approving the renewal of an emergency operating levy that makes up more than $2 million of Lakewood's annual budget. More...

Water contract with Millersport should be signed next week

By Scott Rawdon

BUCKEYE LAKE- A signed contract is still at least a week away, but Buckeye Lake Village Council members are looking for things they can begin doing immediately after signing. More...

Report from Council: Village clean up day set for April 9-12

There will be a spring cleanup in the village on April 9-12 from 8:00 AM till 6:00 pm for residents of Buckeye Lake only. There will be dumpsters behind the village hall in the street department compound. More...

Free boat inspections set

COLUMBUS - Recreational boaters in central Ohio can benefit from free watercraft safety inspections offered in cooperation with local Gander Mountain stores and Ohio State Parks. More...

Basil Fire District considering EMS billing

BALTIMORE - The Basil Joint Fire District, serving the Village of Baltimore and Liberty Township, is considering a revenue recovery program for EMS transports. More...

Baltimore looking for businesses to fill vacancies

BALTIMORE - Mayor Bob Kalish is joining with FairfieldCounty Economic Development Director Bill Arnett, the Baltimore Area Chamber of Commerce, the Baltimore Downtown Restoration Committee and Baltimore Community Improvement Corporation to fillemp More...