September 17, 2011 RSS feed / News

Evans Park to close for work

HEBRON – Evans Park in Hebron will close for a few days toward the end of the month as a 60 foot culvert is replaced near its entrance. More...

Honesty is key to teen driving safety

The Chicago Tribune’s report of fifteen students suspended from Naperville North High School for drinking until 5:00 a. m. More...

Free computer training is a hit at library

Free Computer Training is a hit at the Newark Library! NEWARK – Licking County Library is pleased to announce 255 adults have taken advantage of the Every Citizen Online free basic computer training. More...

Flu shot clinics scheduled

NEWARK – Flu season is just around the corner. The Centers for Disease Control recommends everyone over the age of 6 months should receive a flu vaccine. The cost is $20 for individuals paying at the time of service. More...

Two chances to visit old middle school before demolition

By Charles Prince BALTIMORE - It’s time to say goodbye to the old Liberty Middle School. Bids to demolish everything except its now renovated auditorium are due September 19. More...

Township to appeal C&DD landfill decision

MILLERSPORT – Walnut Township Trustees unanimously agreed Tuesday night to appeal Fairfield County Common Pleas Court Judge Richard E. More...

Waterfront Grill plans on hold

BUCKEYE LAKE- It’s definitely not the Village of Buckeye Lake’s fault that restaurateur Eric Mason placed his plans for a North Shore restaurant on hold, said Buckeye Lake Mayor Rick Baker. More...

County commissioners renew relationship with GovDeals

NEWARK – In 2005 the Licking County Commissioners eliminated the annual in-person surplus items auction and affiliated with the on-line service ‘GovDeals.com’ to dispose of unneeded property. More...

Things to do…

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

Hebron Music & Arts Festival set for Sept. 24

HEBRON - The Hebron Music & Arts Festival returns to Canal Park on Saturday, Sept. 24. The annual event is organized by the Hebron Business Association. More...