March 9, 2013 RSS feed / News

Trustees reject low bid for new salt bin

UNION TOWNSHIP – Construction on a new Union Township salt bin will soon begin – just in time for spring. Monday night, trustees unanimously agreed to hire Quality Excavating and Construction to build the 40’ x 60’ bin. More...

New home for diner

BUCKEYE LAKE – Our Lakeside Diner owner Sandy Foster said local artist Ray King created a great new sign for the relocated diner, which opened near the Dollar General in Buckeye Lake Village Feb. 15. More...

Free breast cancer screening on March 14

NEWARK – Do you need help paying for a mammogram? More...

Township medic totalled in I-70 crash

JACKSONTOWN – Licking Township Trustees Monday night were hoping they would have their new dump truck this Thursday after weeks of it sitting at Ace Truck Equipment in Zanesville. More...

Baldwin moves up to Court of Appeals

COLUMBUS - Last Friday Gov. John R. Kasich announced the appointment of Craig R. Baldwin of Newark to serve as a judge on the Fifth District Court of Appeals. More...

Fire station tours set for April 20

HEBRON – Mark your calendars for Saturday, April 20. Hebron Mayor Clifford Mason told council members at their Feb. 27 meeting that a ribbon cutting ceremony and public tours of the expanded/renovated fire station are set for 1- 6 p.m. More...

Hebron McDonald’s to get makeover

HEBRON - Don and Laurie Kissack are renovating their Hebron McDonald’s restaurant. The restaurant will be open for drive-thru service only. More...

Things to do…

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

Empty Bowls Project fundraiser set for March 17

BALTIMORE – Requests for assistance for food, utilities, rent, prescriptions etc. are up, according to Community Chest and Baltimore-Thurston Food Pantry volunteers. More...