May 26, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

News

Licking Township to spend $238,594 on roads

JACKSONTOWN – Licking Township Trustees decided unanimously Monday night to dip into their reserves, but not their $3 million estate tax windfall, to fund their complete list of 2012 road resurfacing projects. More...

Board asked to pay for athletic transportation

HEBRON – Lakewood Athletic Director Bo Hanson said his department is out of funds to transport students to and from athletic events, and he asked the Lakewood School Board if the district could pick up the tab. More...

Trustees still seeking details on Thornwood Drive project

UNION TOWNSHIP – Trustees are still unsure of how much the township is responsible for a Thornwood Drive repaving project. “We’re willing to pay our share, but how do we know what’s our share?” said Trustee Rick Black. More...

Obituaries

E. Myrtle Brickey

E. Myrtle Brickey, 92, of Baltimore, passed away at the Homestead Nursing Home in Lancaster, on May 22, 2012. She was born April 17, 1920, to James and Sarah Belle Tackett Qualls. More...

William Jay Cecil

William Jay Cecil, age 57 of Millersport, passed away May 18, 2012, at his residence. He was born on May 4, 1955, in Columbus. He was retired from the United States Army and was a retired truck driver. He was a member of the Buckeye Lake VFW. More...

Helen Lorena Davis

Helen Lorena Davis, 89, of Newark, passed away May 17, 2012, at Autumn Care Center in Newark. She was born on September 30, 1922, in Clarksburg, West Virginia to the late Morty and Harriett (Swaggart) Dotson. More...

Police Report

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports. Buckeye Lake More...

Editorials & Letters

It’s deja vu on storm sewer project

Editor: Construction has now started on the first phase of the Village of Buckeye Lake’s storm sewer upgrade. Work started by the fire station and motorists have been guided through the area by orange pylons. More...

Writer says Baltimore Police Department needs more money

Editor: I would like to address some of the misleading ideas that have been presented in Letters to the Editor over the past several months by Mr. Charles R. Lamb. More...

Kirkersville planning to kill cats

Editor: This is a warning to anyone in Kirkersville with cats and young children: More...

Schools

Photo

Liberty Union Lady Lions’ road back to the state softball championship in Akron ran into a dominating pitcher at the top of her game Saturday in a Division III district final at Pickerington Ce More...

Lakewood Middle School names honor students

HEBRON- Lakewood Middle School recently named its honor students for the third nineweek grading period. Principal’s List More...

School lunches

School lunch menus for the week of May 28. Hebron Elementary/ Jackson Intermediate Monday: Memorial Day - No School Tuesday: Soft taco w/ cheese/salsa, mexi corn/black beans, Fruit Rollup, and Oreo cookie. More...