June 18, 2011 RSS feed / News

Push is on to complete new middle school

BALTIMORE – Work on the new Liberty Union-Thurston Schools administration building is expected to start soon. Bids were opened on May 17.  More...

Lightning Safety Awareness Week is June 19-25

COLUMBUS – In the annual coordinated effort with the National Weather Service and the Ohio Committee for Severe Weather Awareness, Governor John R. More...

Gas station robbed

HEBRON – According to a Licking County Sheriff’s Office press release, on June 11, 12: 56 a.m., deputies were dispatched to the Certified Oil gas station (branded as Marathon Oil) at 10257 Lancaster Road (Ohio 37) , Hebron on a robbery ca More...

Lakewood athletic transportation fee is on hold

HEBRON – A controversial Lakewood Schools athletic transportation fee is on hold as a committee works to find alternatives.  More...

Boat parade set for July 4

MILLERSPORT – The annual 4th of July boat parade is set to sail off at 11 a.m. More...

Festival to become an annual event

BUCKEYE LAKE – Last weekend’s Buckeye Lake Festival should return next year, although it may be in a new location, said Buckeye Lake Mayor Rick Baker.  More...

Veterans check-up set

BALTIMORE – Veterans may get a free medical checkup on June 18 at VFW Post 3761, 2155 Reynoldsburg-Baltimore Road, Baltimore.   A VA mobile medical exam van from the Chalmers P. More...

New hang-out in Buckeye Lake

BUCKEYE LAKE – Jacob Foulk remembers what it was like to grow up in Buckeye Lake Village and getting into trouble in his younger years.  More...

Things to do…

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

Festive flares available

BUCKEYE LAKE – Flares to light up the Buckeye Lake shore line during the annual 4th of July festivities are available at A-1 Auto Parts and Buckeye Lake Hardware & Appliances.  Both businesses are located on Ohio 79 in Buckeye Lake Vil More...