January 18, 2014 RSS feed / News

Liberty Union wants to make income tax permanent

BALTIMORE – Liberty Union-Thurston Schools will place an issue on the May 6 ballot to make its 1.75 percent income tax permanent. More...

Trustees give voters an opportunity to cut their electric bills

UNION TOWNSHIP – During a special Monday morning zoning hearing, Union Township Trustees unanimously agreed to rezone a roughly eight-acre tract at 1633 Thornwood Drive from Agriculture to General Business per the recommendation of both the Lic More...

Outreach center forming junior basketball league

JACKSONTOWN – The Jacksontown Outreach Center is forming a basketball league for grades 2 and 3. Coaches can enter their teams by sending an e-mail to JacksontownUM@yahoo.com. More...

Tax help available at Buckeye Lake LEADS

BUCKEYE LAKE – Once again AARP is making free tax preparation services available at Buckeye Lake LEADS. This service is for low or moderate income with an emphasis on those 60 or older. More...

Familiar faces in new roles in Buckeye Lake

BUCKEYE LAKE – Some familiar faces took on new responsibilities with the Buckeye Lake Village Council Monday night, the first regular meeting of the year. More...

Walnut Township Schools asking for 6.9 more mills

MILLERSPORT - This time the vote was unanimous. Monday night Walnut Township School Board members agreed to put a 6.9 mill emergency levy on the May 6. More...

Free radon tests available

NEWARK – The Licking County Health Department reminds residents that January is National Radon Action Month. More...

Thornville to talk with county

THORNVILLE – Village officials are preparing to discuss water and sewer rates with the Perry County Commissioners this month. More...

Things to do…

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

AG list top consumer complaints in 2013

COLUMBUS – Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine recently announced the top ten list of consumer complaints filed in 2013. More...