January 17, 2009 RSS feed / News

Be aware of suspicious e-mails

CINCINNATI - Be aware of e-mail scams that fraudulently use the IRS name or Logo as a lure. More...

Two council members resign

KIRKERSVILLE - Two members of the Kirkersville Village Council and the chair of the village zoning commission resigned Jan. 7. More...

Things to do…

Events Dawes Arboretum - Ohio 13, three miles north of I-70. Breakfast with the Birds and Bird Walk- Saturday, Jan. 17, 9 a.m. - noon. More...

Lifeguard training class set

LANCASTER - The American Red Cross of Fairfield & Hocking Counties will be offering course on Lifeguarding, beginning Sunday, Feb. 15 and ending Saturday, March 7. Classes will conducted at the Fox Family Y and the Chapter House, 121 W. More...

Alzheimer's class set

NEWARK - The Carol Strawn Center's next class in its caregiver education series is "Basics of Alzheimer's Disease - Part 1." The free class covers the history of Alzheimer' disease and provides an overview of its effects through to getting a diag More...

Baltimore adds two reserve officers to police force

BALTIMORE - Two new reserve police officers joined the Baltimore department Monday night. Mayor Robert Kalish swore in Officers Ed Arledge and Joseph Eddy. Arledge previously served as Millersport's part-time police chief. More...

Ten reasons to visit irs.gov

CINCINNATI - Ten reasons to visit irs.gov. 1. Get answers 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Whether you need a form or have tax questions, IRS. gov has a wealth of information. More...

Free tax help available

NEWARK - The Licking County Coalition for Housing (LCCH) Positive Balance Financial Literacy program will be offering its annual income tax preparation to qualifying persons in Licking County. More...

Use extra caution on ice

COLUMBUS - Ohioans are reminded to use extreme caution during winter while venturing onto frozen waterways and to be prepared to handle an emergency should someone fall through the ice, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). More...

New nursing facility opens near lake

THORNVILLE - A new multi-million dollar nursing and rehabilitation center recently opened on Zion Road just north of Thornville. Autumn At The Lake is the seventh facility owned and operated by privately held Autumn Health Care. More...