March 24, 2012 RSS feed / News

Clay’s Cafe gets help from friends

HEBRON – Clay’s Café coowner Glenna Jones had just started working from her newly refurbished office when her mother called her at home early Thursday morning, telling her she should check on the restaurant. More...

Fire station bid comes in under estimate

HEBRON – Bids were opened March 13 for an addition to and renovation of the Hebron Fire Station on Basin Street. The 6,500 sq. ft. More...

Trustees set summer road work plan

UNION TOWNSHIP – Union Township Trustees have created their summer road repair schedule. Trustee President John Slater said a cost estimate is being developed, and then the township will advertise for bids for the work. More...

Flood relief fund available

HEBRON – A modest relief fund is available for Hebron area residents who experienced flood damage. “Anyone can go to Park National Bank and fill the form out,” said Pastor Brian Harkness of Hebron New Life United Methodist Church. More...

Weldon honored for coaching 29 years

MILLERSPORT – Players, parents and fans celebrated a very successful varsity boys’ basketball season at the March 15 Lakers Winter Sports Banquet. More...

Real estate sales show year-to-year improvement

COLUMBUS - The Ohio housing market continues to display signs of recovering from the economic challenges that have confronted the nation since the onset of the economic downturn in mid_ 2008, with sales activity in February posting gains of more than More...

Things to do…

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