August 9, 2014 RSS feed / News

Former mayor to become developer

BUCKEYE LAKE – Former Buckeye Lake Village Mayor Rick Baker announced Wednesday that he has purchased land on the west side of Crane Lake, where he plans to create a scaled down version of Garry McAnally’s North Shore Landing project at t More...

Things to do…

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

Still time to enroll in fall courses at OSU-Newark

NEWARK - Area residents interested in continuing their education can still apply in person and enroll for fall semester starting Aug. 27 at OSU-Newark. More...

Surplus auction features SUVs

COLUMBUS – More than 120 vehicles will be up for bid at the State of Ohio surplus auction Saturday, Aug. 9. The auction will be held at the General Services Division headquarters, 4200 Surface Road, Columbus. More...

Council committee reconsidering golf cart rules

BUCKEYE LAKE – Village Council’s Public Safety Committee, by a two to one vote, is recommending to the full council that the ordinance prohibiting licensed golf carts from operating on Ohio 79 be revised. More...

Mopar drivers urged to avoid Hebron Road

HEBRON – The Mopar Nationals, which are coming to National Trail Raceway this weekend, have become associated with an unrelated event that’s morphed into a real headache for the raceway and the Heath Police Department. More...

25th Annual Sweet Corn Festival race set for Aug. 30

MILLERSPORT – It’s the 25th anniversary of the Sweet Corn Festival 5K run/walk on Saturday, Aug. 30. Fifteen years ago, the race was named the Ken Keener Classic in recognition of its founder and 25-year and counting race director. More...

How to protect yourself from data breaches

COLUMBUS – With the potential of a new Russian data breach arising, the Better Business Bureau (BBB) has advice on some ways to protect yourself when these happen. Another massive data breach is in the headlines. More...