September 24, 2011 RSS feed / News

Union Township fiscal officer resigns

UNION TOWNSHIP – Jessica Slater will become Union Township’s fiscal officer six months earlier than she expected. More...

Watch for abuse of ‘bath salts’

LOS ANGELES - States and federal agencies are starting to catch up to sellers of “Bath Salts” that cause psychosis and hallucinations in some but sellers will probably just go underground. More...

Housing market surged in August

COLUMBUS - The Ohio housing market continued to surge in August, with sales activity posting a nearly 22 percent gain from the period a year earlier, according to statistics provided to the Ohio Association of REALTORS(r) by the state’s Multipl More...

September is ‘Baby Safety Month’

NEWARK – “September is ‘Baby Safety Month’ “, according to Licking County Health Commissioner, Joe Ebel. More...

Firefighters should be more visible on medic runs

JACKSONTOWN – Licking Township Fire Company members on squad runs will soon be outfitted with more visible gear. More...

Camper drawing ticket sales are strong

HEBRON – Lakewood Athletic Director Bo Hansen said he sold a camper drawing ticket to a person in Mesa, Arizona. More...

Old Man’s Cave improvements set

COLUMBUS – Visitors to Old Man’s Cave at Hocking Hills State Park will begin to see construction activity as a project to reroute State Route 664 gets underway, the project to re-route State Route 664 for increased pedestrian safety is un More...

Lakewood Class of ’76 sets reunion for Sept. 24

HEBRON - Lakewood High School’s Class of 1976 reunion is set for Saturday, Sept. 24, at AMVETS Post 51, Thornport. Festivities start at 4 p.m. and run until whenever. Keg beer is provided with a band from 5-9 p.m. More...

Demand threatens to overwhelm Hebron baby pantry

HEBRON – The numbers say it all. The demand for Hebron’s New Life Community Center Baby Pantry’s services has tripled since August 2010. 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...