May 24, 2008 RSS feed / News

Liberty Township hopes to cut insurance costs

BALTIMORE - Liberty Township may trade its Cadillac for a Chevy. Liberty Township Trustee Nancy Montell has described the township's existing health insurance plan as a "Cadillac" with no deductible. More...

Watch your speed: Kirkersville Police are back

KIRKERSVILLE - Watch your speed! Kirkersville's police department is back in operation after shutting down for a week following the resignation of former Police Chief Robert Chamberlain. More...

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Millersport Mayor Dean Severance, right, gave the oath of officeto Kevin Gentzel, left, during the May 13 village council meeting. More...

Trustees hold back fire/EMS funds due Millersport

MILLERSPORT - "It's not their (trustees') money, It's not our money. It's the people's money," Millersport Council member Gary Matheny said during the May 13 council meeting. More...

Cortez friend freed on $50,000 bond

NEWARK- Noel Joyce, a Glenford resident accused of aiding former Buckeye Lake Village Council member John Cortez, was released from the Licking County Justice Center on $50,000 bond Monday. More...

Things to do…

Events Dawes Arboretum - Ohio 13, three miles north of I-70. Hardscaping: Dry Stone Path- Saturday, May 31, 9:30 a.m. - noon. This is an excellent opportunity to learn a useful landscaping skill that can be utilized in any yard. More...

Lions Club seeks corn recipes for cookbook

MILLERSPORT - We know EVERYONE around here loves sweet corn! I bet you have some great recipes you could share. The Millersport Lions are putting together a CORN cookbook. More...