August 11, 2012 RSS feed / News

Council still debating old store’s fate

THORNVILLE – To destroy or not to destroy; that is the question the Thornville Village Council debated Monday night during a special council meeting.  More...

Lake water level not critical…yet

LAKE AREA – Buckeye Lake boaters should exercise caution not to run aground, but the lake’s low water level shouldn’t discourage people from boating for now, said Buckeye Lake Marina owner and Buckeye Lake for Tomorrow president Dav More...

Photos

The photos above were two of more than a dozen Hebron Administrative Assistant Linda Nicodemus presented to village council members at their August 8 meeting. More...

Trustees, Hebron to begin fire contract talks

UNION TOWNSHIP – Union Township Trustees are ready begin discussions to renew the township’s contract with the Hebron Fire Department for fire protection and emergency medical services for the portion south of the the township south of th More...

Village to start Neighborhood Watch program

MILLERSPORT - Laker Drive may be resurfaced before school starts, project engineer William A. Newton, P.E. told village council members August 1.  More...

Photos

Hebron Police Lt. Larry Brooks, holding a kick pad in the photos to the left, instructed 16 women in self defense tactics on Sunday, July 29, at the Hebron Municipal Complex. More...

New eBook options available from library

NEWARK – If you haven’t checked out Licking County Library’s digital downloads in a while, you are in for a big surprise! Three new services have been added: Freading, OneClickdigital, and Zinio.  Freading   More...

Things to do…

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