June 6, 2009 RSS feed / Front Page

News

Union Township wants 60% of Hebron EMS revenue

HEBRON - The ball's back in Hebron's court in the EMS billing revenue match between Union Township Trustees and the Village of Hebron. More...

Township tells property owner to clean up road side

JACKSONTOWN - Robert Snedden Sr. is going to have to remove stones, stumps, railroad ties and other debris from along Somerset Road or Licking Township will do it for him. More...

National Road was one big yard sale

LICKING COUNTY - Columbus residents Ken and Joni Kurovsky spent Friday cruising US 40, stopping at many of the countless yard sales between Columbus and Zanesville. They weren't looking for anything in particular. More...

Obituaries

Richard "Dick" L. Baker, Sr.

Richard "Dick" L. Baker, Sr., age 79, of Buckeye Lake, passed away Thursday, May 28, 2009, at Licking Memorial Hospital, Hospice Unit, Newark. He was born March 6, 1930, in Newark, to the late Clyde and Charlotte (Elder) Baker. More...

Michael Norris Cary,

Michael Norris Cary, age 57 of Thornville, passed away quietly after a second fierce battle with cancer at Genesis Hospice- Morrison House, Zanesville. He was born in Columbus on March 22, 1952, to Franklin Dewitt and Alma Eileen (Whaley) Cary. More...

Chapin Ben Hauck

Chapin Ben Hauck, age 86, passed away Sunday, May 31, 2009, at his loving home in Licking County. More...

Editorials & Letters

Keep the lights on!

Buckeye Lake Village Council's decision last week to turn off the village's street lights on June 30 sounds like it was made more out of anger than financial necessity. More...

BLASST returns July 3rd

Editor: From the e-mails that have been coming to blasst.org which is out dated at this moment and the calls to The Beacon, I can see I'm behind in my letters. More...

More BLASST information

Editor: Big Band Boom and All That Jazz is the theme for this year's 4th of July celebration. More...

Schools

Photo

Sheridan High School agriculture education/FFA students help load scrap metal during Perry County Recycling's Ultimate Recycling Day last Saturday at Sheridan Middle School. Beacon photo by Charles Prince. More...

Clarification

Due to an error in the Lakewood High School graduation program, our report on Lakewood's graduation awards was incomplete. Terri Manbevers won the John Philip Sousa Award. Alexis Mc- Cullough won the Deborah A. White Memorial Fine Arts Award. More...

Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports. Buckeye Lake • May 17: A Leroy Street woman reported a man was at her daughter's house without permission and harassing her daughter. More...