December 4, 2010 RSS feed / News

Baltimore clears hurdle for school travel plan

BALTIMORE – A program for Baltimore school children is one step closer to reality.   More...

Bargain prices found at Habitat for Humanity ReStore

LANCASTER- Habitat for Humanity of Fairfield County ReStore welcomes all bargain hunters and treasure hunters looking for new and pre-owned merchandise at bargain prices in the area, with each item costing less than retail value.   More...

Dog tags now on sale

LANCASTER - 2011 dog licenses are now on sale. Any dog three months old or older must have a license.   More...

Harbor Hills gets break on water rates; no sewer hike

HEBRON – Harbor Hills residents will see significant savings on their water bills beginning Jan. 16, 2011. More...

Wells Benefit set for Dec. 11

BUCKEYE LAKE - Sonny Wells needs your help.   The Buckeye Lake resident and U.S. Navy veteran has been diagnosed with inoperable esophagus and liver cancer. More...

Dupler wants to work out contract in secret

MILLERSPORT - Walnut Township Trustees Sonny Dupler and Terry Horn spent nearly two hours at their Nov. 22 meeting discussing a draft contract with the Village of Millersport to provide fire and EMS services. More...

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Millersport Altruas Lodge # 537 member, Fred Zollinger, left, is presented his 65 year pin by Masonic Lodge Master, Jim Reed. Fred is still an active member and is currently service as treasurer. More...

Licking Park District must do ‘more with less’

GRANVILLE – Licking Park District has already begun its campaign to pass a May levy, according to Director Russ Edgington.   More...

Things to do…

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

COTC sets Health Career Expo for Dec. 15

NEWARK – Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) will hold a Heath Career Expo on Wednesday, December 15, in the John Gilbert Reese Center on COTC’s Newark Campus.   More...