James W. “Jay” Lindsey

A Celebration of Life service for James W. “Jay” Lindsey, 70 of Hebron, will be held on Thursday, July 21, 2011, at 11:00 a.m. at Spring Hills Baptist Church, 1820 Newark-Granville Rd., Granville, with Pastor Dan Hill officiating. A luncheon will be held at the church directly after the funeral service. Burial will follow after the luncheon at Hebron Cemetery. […]

Janis L. Miller

Janis L. Miller, 74, of Thornville, joined her Lord on Friday, July 15, 2011. Janis was born December 30, 1936, in Fairfield County, the daughter of the late Ray and Evelyn Wagner Lynn. She attended Oakthorpe Church and was a member of the Ladies Aide. She had a passion for sewing, gardening, and Eastern Star. Janis was a 46 year […]

Jonathan “Jon” Wesley Taylor

Jonathan “Jon” Wesley Taylor, age 53, of Pleasantville, passed away at Fairfield Medical Center on Saturday evening. He loved to work on his motorcycles and to do lawn work. He is survived by his mother, Opal Taylor of Pleasantville; sister, Jerry (Larry) Turner of Pleasantville, brothers, Jack Grandominico of Thornville and Lawrence (Peggy) Taylor Jr. of Thornville, and Charles Taylor […]

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports. Buckeye Lake • Reports were unavailable this week. We’ll catch up next week. Hebron • June 8: A Raspberry Circle woman told police that her neighbor’s 14-year-old son was yelling and cursing at her from a field across from her house. Police contacted the neighbor who said she was in bed and didn’t know […]

Enchanted Ball thanks

Editor: We would like to thank The Pizza Cottage, Donato’s Pizza, and the Buckeye Lake McDonald’s for their generous donations to the Center for Disability Services for our first Enchanted Ball held at the American Legion. Their support contributed to the event being a huge success. Thanks to those contributed and to those who attended. Shella MillerProgram Director



Teacher shadows AEP employees

HEBRON – It was the first full week of summer break, but I was not sitting poolside enjoying a romance novel and an umbrella drink. Instead, I spent the week of June 14-18 at the Newark Service Center of American Electric Power learning about their business practices and workplace skills so I can pass this information along to my eight-year-old […]

Trustees choose contractor to modify former church

UNION TOWNSHIP – The Union Township police and zoning departments may be able to move into the new Union Township Complex by the end of August. Monday night, the Union Township Trustees chose William Gulick Construction to complete JBA Architect’s design for improving security within the complex to accommodate the police department. “There is some block going in,” said Trustee […]

Real estate sales increased in June

COLUMBUS – Home sales activity across Ohio during the second quarter surpassed the mark posted during the period in 2009, a positive result for an industry that has been severely impacted by the economic downturn that surfaced three years ago, according to statistics provided to the Ohio Association of REALTORS(r) by the state’s Multiple Listing Services. “It has been an […]

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