March 31, 2012 RSS feed / News

Fire station decision delayed

HEBRON – The decision whether to issue $1.35 million in bonds for an addition and renovation of the Hebron Fire Station will go right down to the wire. More...

Baltimore welcomes new village administrator

BALTIMORE – After just three days into his new job as Baltimore’s village administrator, Scott Brown sees similarities between Baltimore’s needs and those of his former employer, McConnelsville, Ohio. More...

Deadline approaching to honor Thorn Township veterans

THORNVILLE – Every Memorial Day Thorn Township fallen veterans are remembered on the 20th Century Monument. More...

Ancient Ohio Trail to be launched

NEWARK – Be among the first to explore the Ancient Ohio Trail, a dynamic, web- based guide to Ohio’s earthworks! More...

Bog guide, Queen crew volunteers needed

BUCKEYE LAKE – The Queen of the Lake II tour boat already has a busy summer season ahead of it, including plenty of trips to take tourists to Buckeye Lake’s unique Cranberry Bog. More...

Sewer charges increasing in Baltimore

BALTIMORE - It will cost more to flush effective April 1. More...

New water position under fire

BUCKEYE LAKE – Some residents are concerned that the village is not adequately advertising for a new utility superintendent position and that the position’s starting pay is too high. More...

Thorn Township Fire Chief Duane Moore reinstated

THORNVILLE – Thorn Township Fire Department Chief Duane Moore was back on the job as of 6 p.m. on Friday, March 23 after Thorn Township Trustees had indefinitely suspended him. More...

Chronic Wasting Disease not detected in Ohio deer

REYNOLDSBURG – The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) and the Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) trecently announced that testing of Ohio’s deer herd has found no evidence of chronic wasting disease (CWD) for the 10th straight More...

BoatUS: Here are the top ten boat names

ALEXANDRIA, VA – Making the decision to buy a boat comes easy for some people. Picking out a name for the boat, however, can prove to be much harder, according to Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS). More...

Ticks arriving early this spring

NEWARK – The wet and warm weather recently has led to early encounters with ticks in yards and parks around the county. More...

Things to do…

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

Sheridan sets ‘Legends Night’ for April 28

THORNVILLE – Sheridan High School’s RMA Backers are sponsoring a Sheridan Football ‘Legends Night’ on Saturday, April 28, in the high school commons. More...