October 8, 2011 RSS feed / News

No increase for Village of Thornville residents

THORNVILLE – Thornville’s water and sewer rates are not changing, said Thornville Mayor Beth Patrick. More...

Township has more money than it thought

UNION TOWNSHIP – Union Township Trustees really aren’t certain yet how much money is in the township’s accounts. More...

Things to do…

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

Resident escalates dispute over road

JACKSONTOWN – Licking Township Trustees agreed Monday night to amend their $197,190 road resurfacing agreement with The Shelly Company. More...

Operation Medicine Cabinet set for Saturday, Oct. 8

NEWARK – Drop off your expired and unused prescriptions and over-the-counter medications to be disposed of by the Licking County Sheriff’s Office. Drive up, drop off, drive away... No questions asked. Why should you participate? More...

Baltimore, Thurston working out water supply dispute

BALTIMORE – A years long dispute over a public water contract between the villages of Baltimore and Thurston may be reaching an amicable end. More...

Thornville mom takes on bullying

THORNVILLE – In the wake of tragedy, a Thornville mom created a group to end bullying in her local school district and, she hopes eventually, all school districts. More...