September 12, 2009 RSS feed / News

Liberty Township residents lose street name

LIBERTY TOWNSHIP- Some Liberty Township residents may be getting new addresses without ever loading a moving truck. More...

July real estate sales show signs of stabilizing

COLUMBUS - Home sales throughout Ohio showed significant signs of stabilization in July, with activity nearly mirroring the level posted during the preceding month, reports the Ohio Association of Realtors. More...

Millersport native receives medical degree

MILLERSPORT - Tiffany N. Keller-Burneka recently was awarded the degree of Doctor of Medicine from the Boonshoft School of Medicine at Wright State University in Dayton. Tiffany is the daughter of Randy Keller and Tammie Haines of Millerspor. More...

Things to do…

Events Dawes Arboretum - Ohio 13, three miles north of I-70. Night Hike- Friday, Sept. 18, 7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m., Free, meet at the Visitors Center Deck. Experience The Arboretum at night! More...

Union Township Trustees reject road bids

HEBRON - Union Township road resurfacing projects are stalled. "The bottom line is, the paving won't get done this year," said Union Township Trustee Jack Justice during a Labor Day trustees meeting Monday night. More...

Trustees reject road bids, settlement offer

JACKSONTOWN - Licking Township Trustees unanimously decided Tuesday night to reject their two road resurfacing bids and start over. Trustees opened bids on August 17 for a possible eight road resurfacing projects. More...

Rain turns Buckeye Lake streets into a muddy mess

BUCKEYE LAKE - Rosebraugh Circle looked more like Rosebraugh mote Tuesday as pouring rains churned up a river of mud from the street, which, like most Buckeye Lake streets, has lost much of it pavement as public water distribution lines are instal More...

Licking County Health Department sets flu clinic schedule

NEWARK - The Licking County Health Department will begin this year's seasonal flu clinics in mid-September and run through mid-October. More...

Glenford walking trail is now open

GLENFORD - Are you looking for a safe place to walk while enjoying the fresh air? If so, the walking trails of Perry County are the place for you. The newest trail in the county has officially opened at the Glenford Lions Club Park. More...

Lighten up: Trying to survive the annual back-to-school shopping

Every fall, here they come, with shining brown eyes and lists as long as Santa Claus's. Visions of glossy backpacks, expensive shoes and 64-packs of Crayolas - built-in sharpener included - dance in their heads. More...