November 1, 2008 RSS feed / News

There's no free lunch!

Once again, Ohio is one of a handful of states that will likely determine the outcome of our presidential election. Our beat is the Buckeye Lake area, but, like four years ago, the stakes are too high to ignore this election. More...

In their own words: Licking County candidates

To help readers make their choices on Nov. 4, the Beacon surveyed candidates in contested lake-area races. Last week, we published the responses from Fairfield County and the four Licking County candidates for county commissioner. More...

Sight Night is here

MILLERSPORT - Lions, tigers, bears, ghouls, and goblins, oh my! These are some of the ghostly characters you might see on Halloween. The Lions Clubs in your area will be around to pick up the used glasses you have scared up. More...

Joyce plea, Cortez trial set for this month

NEWARK - Former Buckeye Lake council member John Cortez and his former friend, Noel Joyce, each have hearings in November. Monday, Nov. More...

Village signs up 248 water customers so far

BUCKEYE LAKE - Don't get any ideas; it's not for everyone. More...

Just say "no" again

It's back…! Buckeye Lake Village voters are again being asked to approve a NEW 2.5 mill police levy. Residents are already paying a 3 mill police levy. More...

Things to do…

Events Dawes Arboretum - Ohio 13, three miles north of I-70. Wetland Chronicles: Fall Migration Saturday, November 1, 8 - 10 a.m. More...