October 30, 2010 RSS feed / News

Lakewood took its case to the governor

HEBRON –Bill Gulick doesn’t give up easily. More...

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Some industrious beavers have built a dam completely across the South Fork of the Licking River, creating a two to three foot deep pool behind the dam. The dam is just west of National Trail Raceway. More...

Commissioner retiring this year

LANCASTER – Long-time Fairfield County Commissioner Jon Myers announced Tuesday that he will retire as commissioner effective Dec. 31. Two years remain on the Republican commissioner’s term. More...

Things to do…

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

ODOT gets ready for win*#%

JACKSONTOWN- Last winter was one of the snowiest in many years, and this winter is shaping up to be the same. “There’s no chance of running low on salt,” said Rick Williams, highway management administrator for ODOT District 5. More...

Council can’t see the lot for the parking spaces

BUCKEYE LAKE – Buckeye Lake Village’s attorney doesn’t believe an alleged parking lot in a residential area along Anchors Way is a violation of the village’s zoning code, but not everyone’s convinced. More...

Lakewood College Night rescheduled for Nov. 3

HEBRON – Lakewood High School has rescheduled its College Night to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, November 3, in the high school auditorium. It had been originally set for Oct. 19. Interested parents and students are encouraged to attend. More...

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Members of the Millersport Lioness Club celebrated their 30th anniversary Monday night at the Lions Club. More...

Candidates in their own words

LAKE AREA _ To help readers make their choices on Nov. 2, The Beacon surveyed candidates in contested lake-area races. More...

Concerns heard on new curbs

BUCKEYE LAKE- Some Buckeye Lake businesses owners are concerned that the new curbs on Hebron Road will interferewith their parking. More...

Home sales lagged in September

COLUMBUS – While home sales in Ohio continued to lag in September – as the sector struggles to fully recover from the impact of the economic downturn and expiration of the home buyer tax credit – overall activity during the first n More...