February 4, 2012 RSS feed / News

Thornville Police Chief will keep post

THORNVILLE- Thornville Police Chief Darrell Ball will retain his position with the village following a January 23 incident. More...

AARP tax help available

BUCKEYE LAKE – LEADS is now taking appointments for free income tax preparation starting Monday, February 6. Seniors and others interested in the service should call 740-345-1391 between 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. More...

Bus vouchers available

BUCKEYE LAKE – Free vouchers for use on the Licking County Transit system are now available. The St. More...

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Miss Baltimore Eilis Kelly, Junior Miss Baltimore Skylar Bader and Little Miss First Attendant Summer Heistand recently presented 28 sock monkeys to the Fairfield Medical Center Pediatrics Department More...

Things to do…

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

COTC to provide training for casino jobs

NEWARK – Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) and Hollywood Casino Columbus recently announced a unique partnership in which COTC will provide workforce training for potential casino employees. More...

Food safety class set for Feb. 9

NEWARK – The Licking County Health Department will hold a food safety class on Thursday, February 9, from 6 - 8 p.m. The class will be held at the health department located at 675 Price Road in Newark. More...

New Thornville mayor talks about the future

THORNVILLE – Gavin Renner is now the mayor of Thornville. He succeeds Beth Patrick who did not seek reelection. The Beacon asked the new mayor several questions about Thornville and its future. More...

Buckeye Lake officer pleads not guilty

BUCKEYE LAKE – A Buckeye Lake Police officer pleaded not guilty during a Jan. 26 hearing to a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol. More...

Heroin sought in Buckeye Lake raid

BUCKEYE LAKE – A Central Ohio Drug Enforcement Task Force heroin raid at 4135 Walnut Road, lot 67, in Buckeye Lake Village led to four arrests at roughly 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 25. More...

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Baltimore resident promoted

COLUMBUS – Major Paul A. Pride was recently promoted to the rank of lieutenant colonel by Colonel John Born, Patrol Superintendent. Lt. More...