September 3, 2011 RSS feed / News

Village may sell one building and a couple of lots

BUCKEYE LAKE – Selling a few Village of Buckeye Lake lots may not be extremely profitable, but it’s worth considering, concluded members of the Buckeye Lake Public Service Committee Monday night. More...

Ohio real estate market improved in July

COLUMBUS - The Ohio housing market heated up in July, with sales activity and average prices posting gains from the period a year earlier, according to statistics provided to the Ohio Association of REALTORS(r) by the state’s Multiple Listing S More...

ODNR clarifies rule about fishing from pontoon boats

COLUMBUS – The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR), Division of Watercraft has clarified how its officers enforce a state boating law with regard to fishing from the forward deck (bow) of a pontoon boat while it is being operated with a More...

Employee retires after one job – 47 years later

By Scott Rawdon BUCKEYE LAKE – Buckeye Lake PNC Bank Head Teller Linda Owen, who retired Wednesday after 47 years in local banking, is a creature of habit. “I don’t like change,” she said. More...

Sweet Corn Festival 5K is Saturday

MILLERSPORT - The 22nd running of the Sweet Corn Festival 5K run/walk returns Saturday, Sept. 3. Runners and walkers head out at 9 a.m. from the Sweet Festival grounds. The start line is also the finish line. More...

No small potatoes: 123 jobs coming to Baltimore

BALTIMORE – A new manufacturer will be a “shot in the arm” to Baltimore’s economy as it promises to create 123 new jobs within three years. More...

Ohio 37 resurfacing work begins

JACKSONTOWN – The Ohio Department of Transportation, District Five, recently announced the start of resurfacing work on State Route 37 in Licking and Fairfield County. More...

Buckeye Lake discusses property sales

BUCKEYE LAKE – It may be time for Buckeye Lake Village to have a yard sale-of sorts. More...

Sheridan rebuilds Paul Culver Jr. Stadium

THORNVILLE – Northern Local School District’s new Paul Culver, Jr. stadium isn’t just a place for sporting events; it’s an investment in the district’s students, said Treasurer Liz Arnold. More...

Things to do…

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

Liberty Union receives $42.705 Clean Diesel School Bus grant

COLUMBUS – Liberty Union-Thurston Local Schools has received a $42,705 Ohio EPA grant to install idle reduction equipment on 13 buses. More...

Drawings for two special youth hunts set for Saturday, Sept. 17

COLUMBUS– Two public drawings will be held on Saturday, September 17, at the Hebron State Fish Hatchery for a chance for youths to hunt waterfowl or deer on the hatchery property, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Div More...

It’s time to register for shopping spree at Baltimore Market IGA

BALTIMORE - It’s back for a second year. The Pepsi Cola Shopping Spree returns to the Baltimore Market IGA Express. More...