February 5, 2011 RSS feed / News

Tax help available at LEADS

BUCKEYE LAKE – American Association of Retired Persons once again will provide “free” tax preparation at the LEADS Buckeye Lake Center, 5312 Walnut Road (Ohio 79), Buckeye Lake, for low to middle-income tax payers with special atten More...

Assisted living apartments opening in Hebron

HEBRON – An old Route 40 motel that fell victim to the development of Interstate 70 is now the site for a new concept in assisted living. More...

Buckeye Lake medic indicted

NEW LEXINGTON – A Perry County Grand Jury indicted part-time Buckeye Lake firefighter Terry “T.J.” Hoffer on three counts of drug theft Jan. 27. More...

New census likely to cost Perry County its only ‘city’

NEW LEXINGTON – When the City of New Lexington receives its census data this month, there’s a strong possibility its population has fallen to below 5,000 – meaning it’s a village, not a city. More...

Things to do…

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

Kirk High Alumni banquet set

KIRKERSVILLE – Hey Kirk High Grads, guests, and associates! Your 99th Annual Alumni Banquet will be held May 21, 2011. Registration is at 4 p.m. with dinner at 5 p.m. More...

Storm causes power outages

LAKE AREA – Although the Buckeye Lake area was spared the ice and snowfall much of Ohio received Tuesday night, it wasn’t much comfort to the thousands of people in Licking, Perry, and Fairfield counties who lost power. More...

Ice tougher to clear than snow

LAKE AREA – Thorn Township Trustee Dale Factor would far rather see snow on the roads than ice. More...

Schaffer to head Ways & Means

COLUMBUS - Senate President Tom Niehuas (R-New Richmond) recently appointed State Senator Tim Schaffer (R-Lancaster) Chairman of the Senate Ways & Means, and Economic Development Committee and Vice Chairman of the Agriculture, Environment & N More...

Dupler Memorial set

MILLERSPORT – Millersport Community Theatre cordially invites everyone to a Memorial Reception in honor of James “Hog” Dupler at the Upper Deck (above the Millersport General Store) 12041 Lancaster Street on Saturday, February 19, 2 More...

Health department offers travel clinic

NEWARK – Traveling over Spring Break? More...

Ice covered trees pose safety risks

COLUMBUS – Ice and wind are not only hazardous for walking and driving, but the recent build up of ice on trees is adding to the challenging weather conditions. More...

Keeping food safe during weather emergency

REYNOLDSBURG – Losing power from a snow or ice storm could jeopardize the safety of your food. More...

State of Village address set

BALTIMORE - The Village of Baltimore’s annual State of the Village Address is set for Monday, Feb. 21 in the Liberty Union- Thurston High School cafeteria. More...