November 6, 2010 RSS feed / News

Lakewood levy holds slim five vote lead

HEBRON – Lakewood School District’s additional 9.9 mills levy held a tiny lead according to Tuesday night’s unofficial results, but no one’s celebrating. More...

Incumbents prevail in Fairfield, Licking counties

LANCASTER – There were just two contested local races in Fairfield County. Incumbent County Commissioners Mike Kiger easily turned back Democrat challenger George C. Hallarn by a 32,139 to 15,109 tally. More...

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Leeana Morgan, of Thornville, recently became the first female officer on the Millersport Police Department. Mayor Dean Severance administered the oath of office in September. More...

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Members of the Joy Bible Class at First Community Church in Buckeye Lake pack shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child. First Community is also serving as a Collection Center for the fifth year. More...

Things to do…

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

Mayor believes agreement close on fire contract

HEBRON - The Village of Hebron will paying 9.23 percent more for employee health insurance from Medical Mutual on a new one-year contract beginning Nov. 1. The increase will raise annual costs by $35,660. More...

Veterans’ Day ceremony set for Evans Park

HEBRON – The annual Veterans’ Day ceremony is set for 10:15 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 11 at the Veterans Memorial in Evans Park. Vietnam veteran and retired Lakewood teacher David Holtsberry will be the main speaker. More...

Perry County incumbents prevail

NEW LEXINGTON – As most of the nation rallied for change, Perry County voters were happy with the status quo. Perry County Commissioner Lonnie Wood and Auditor Theresa Stevenson, both incumbents, won new four-year terms. More...

Wildlights return to Columbus Zoo

COLUMBUS – Beginning November 19, 2010, celebrate the holidays with the magic of Wildlights at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium. More...

COTC Open House set for Nov. 18

NEWARK —Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) will host an Open House One-Stop Registration Event for all prospective students on Thursday, November 18, 5 - 10:00 p.m. More...

Some problems arise with resurfaced roads

HEBRON – New surfaces on some Union Township roads aren’t firming up as quickly as expected, Union Township Trustee President John Slater said Monday night. More...

Buckeye Lake businesses to work together

BUCKEYE LAKE – Business in Buckeye Lake isn’t bad, but it could be better, said Tom Siefert, Buckeye Lake Hardware owner. More...

Buckeye Lake issues discussed with area leaders

BUCKEYE LAKE – Dams, ditches, and algae were the primary topics at the annual Leaders on the Lake luncheon at the Buckeye Lake Yacht Club in September. Leaders at the local and state level are invited. More...