October 10, 2009 RSS feed / News

Vote next week could resolve EMS billing dispute

HEBRON – The long running disagreement between Union Township Trustees and Hebron Village Council over the distribution of EMS billing revenue may be nearing an end – at least for this year. More...

New septic inspection fee turned down

LANCASTER – The Fairfield Department of Health’s District Advisory Council recently narrowly defeated a proposed $65 septic system inspection fee, 13 votes against to 12 in favor. More...

Lighten up: Why do women save stuff?

He has a dream. He dreams of a manly place where no kids bug him, no wives nag him and no one needs anything from him. A tidy place where he can keep his tools and possibly park his car. More...

C-TEC shops reopen to the public

NEWARK –The C-TEC Boulevard, a series of shops open to the public, has once again opened its doors. The businesses are operated by the students and instructors in C-TEC programs as part of real-world career experience. More...

Millersport resident promoted

COLUMBUS – Lieutenant Patrick B. Vessels was recently promoted to the rank of staff lieutenant.. He will transfer from his command at the Circleville Post, where he has served since 1997, to General Headquarters. More...

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A Shelly Company crew checks the slope of a new drainage ditch on the east side of Cherry Lane in Walnut Township. More...

Things to do…

Events Dawes Arboretum - Ohio 13, three miles north of I-70. Night Hike- Friday, Oct. 16, 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Free, meet at the Visitors Center Deck. Experience The Arboretum at night! More...

New maps available for ‘leaf peepers’

COLUMBUS – The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) has introduced a new map feature on the Ohio Fall Foliage web site, accessible through www.ohiodnr.com, which will allow “leaf peepers” to more easily tour Ohio’s sce More...