March 1, 2014 RSS feed / News

Liberty Union superintendent announces retirement

BALTIMORE – Liberty Union - Thurston Schools Superintendent Paul Mathews announced his resignation for retirement purposes last week. He announced his decision in a one-sentence note to district treasurer David Butler on Feb. 20. More...

County to seek alternative sewer service

NEW LEXINGTON – Perry County Commissioner Ed Keister sent a letter to Thornville Administrator Beth Patrick stating that the county would fulfill the terms of its current contract with Thornville for providing sewer service to Northern Perry Co More...

Time to register for Hebron spring soccer

HEBON – Hebron Area Soccer is accepting registrations for the Spring season. You can registering on line at www.HebronAreaSoccer.com or by downloading and mailing a registration form. More...

Fire company to get new medic

JACKSONTOWN – Licking Township Fire Company should have a new medic in about six months, Fire Chief Mike Wilson told trustees at their Feb. 18 meeting. Trustees unanimously approved spending $144,247 on Feb. More...

Icy weather chills home sales in January

COLUMBUS – The number of homes sold across Ohio in January fell 5.1 percent from the level posted during the month a year ago, the first downturn in sales activity the market has posted following 30 consecutive months of year-over-year gains, a More...

Job fair set for March 31

BALTIMORE – Mayor Bob Kalish is organizing a job fair for area residents from 1 - 3 p.m. on Monday, March 31, at Liberty Union Middle School, 994 S. Main St. (Ohio 158), Baltimore. More...

Township is seeking houses to demolish

MILLERSPORT – Walnut Township is looking for candidates for house demolitions. To qualify, the property must have been vacant for the past 90 days and the township must work with the Health Department to have it condemned. More...

Millersport senior is a future medical leader

MILLERSPORT- Frances Keller, a senior at Millersport High School was nominated to attend the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Washington, DC on February 14-16. More...

Auditor has taxing discussion with village council

BUCKEYE LAKE – Licking County Auditor Michael Smith had plenty of advice and some money for the Buckeye Lake Village Council Monday night. More...

Water plant upgrade on tap for Baltimore

BALTIMORE – What do 1939 and 2014 have in common? Baltimore’s water plant, said Mayor Bob Kalish during his annual Baltimore State of the Village address Feb. 17 at Liberty-Union High School. More...

Things to do…

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