July 10, 2010 RSS feed / News

Buckeye Lake opens bids to repave streets

BUCKEYE LAKE – Bids for repaving Buckeye Lake’s streets were higher than anticipated, but one was “not unreasonable,” said ME Companies engineer Jack Christy. More...

Animal shelter sets Sunday open houses

NEWARK – The Licking County Animal Shelter will mark the beginning of Sunday afternoon hours with a special community celebration called “Summertime Sundays – Find Your Best Friend” on Sunday July 11th. More...

Two levy forums left

HEBRON – Lakewood School District voters with questions about the levy on the August 3 ballot have two more opportunities to ask questions and get more information. • Thursday, July 15 from 6 - 8 p.m. at St. More...

Things to do…

Events Dawes Arboretum - Ohio 13, three miles north of I-70. More...

Kalish will head Ohio Mayors Association

BALTIMORE – Baltimore Mayor Bob Kalish has plenty of reason to celebrate. On June 25, he was named statewide president of the Ohio Mayors Association, an affiliate of the Ohio Municipal League. More...

Class of 1970 sets reunion

BALTIMORE – The Liberty Union- Thurston Class of 1970 is holding its 40th Reunion on Saturday, August 7. The Classes of 1969 and 1971 are invited to participate. Festivities begin at 6 p.m. More...

Trustees seek to replace fire/EMS levy this fall

HEBRON – Union Township residents can expect to see a 1.8 mill replacement fire and EMS levy on the November ballot, Union Township Trustees decided Monday night. More...

Queen of the Lake, crew helps with boat rescue Sunday

BUCKEYE LAKE – The lake was jammed with boats Sunday afternoon as the Buckeye Lake Museum’s “Queen of the Lake” was returning to its dock after discharging her passengers at the North Shore Boat Ramp. More...

National Road plaque to be dedicated July 11

KIRKERSVILLE - A celebration of the history of the old National Road will take place Sunday, July 11 with the dedication of a Historic National Road interpretive sign in front of Kirkersville United Methodist Church. More...

Tax credit helped stabilize home prices

COLUMBUS – Home sales activity in Ohio posted big gains in May, as buyers began to finalize purchases resulting from the federal home buyer tax credit program that expired a month earlier, according to statistics provided to the Ohio Associati More...