Jean Audrey Henderson

A funeral service, celebrating the life of Jean Audrey Henderson, 99, of Thornville, formerly of Mount Perry, was held August 26, 2014, in the chapel of the Thornville home of Hoskinson Funeral & Cremation Service. Audrey was laid to rest next to her husband, Gene in Mount Perry Cemetery. Audrey died peacefully early August 23, 2014, at her home. She […]

Michael Tyrell Harris

Michael Tyrell (Terry) Harris of The Villages, FL, passed away August 11, 2014. Terry was born March 2, 1939, in Newark, son of the late James Denny and Laura LuDana Harris. He married Sue (Hopkins) Harris in 1957 and they were married for 57 years. Terry was a magicians since he was a young boy and continued to perform until […]

Esther Louise Tucker

Esther Louise Tucker, 86, lifelong resident of Baltimore, passed away August 24, 2014, at Main Street Terrace Nursing Center in Lancaster. Louise was born November 30, 1927, to Stewart and Esther Mae Howard. She was a retired food service supervisor for the Liberty Union-Thurston Local School District, a member of the Order of Eastern Star, and a member of Trinity […]

Paul A. Wagner

Paul A. Wagner, age 90 of Millersport, passed away August 24, 2014, at his home surrounded by family. Born June 22, 1924, in Pleasantville, he was the son of Albert and Elsie Wagner and was a 1943 Pleasantville High School graduate. He was a U.S. Army Veteran of W.W. II., serving in France and Germany. Paul was employed at the […]

Baltimore rescinding impact fees

BALTIMORE – “We need to be open for business,” Mayor Bob Kalish told council members Monday night. Eight years ago, council members adopted Chapter 1320 establishing development impact fees for both residential and commercial development. The fees were never implemented and council members are now opting to remove the chapter in its entirety. In other business during the brief meeting, […]

Number of homes for sale increases

COLUMBUS – There were 3,808 central Ohio homes and condos listed for sale in July 2014, which is up 4.3 percent from July 2013, although down slightly by 2.4 percent from the previous month. The added inventory brought the total numbers of homes and condos for sale to 9,644 at the end of July, which is 4.3 percent higher than […]

Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports. Buckeye Lake • Aug. 17: Police assisted Hebron Police with a mentally ill person at the Best Western Inn. • Aug. 17: Police were dispatched to an Everett Avenue residence to help a woman obtain a restraining order. • Aug. 17: Police responded to an alarm drop at Vape on the Lake. The owner […]


Things to do…

Events Dawes Arboretum – Ohio 13, three miles north of I-70. Home School Investigations: Incredible Insects – Thursday, Sept. 2, 10 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Students: $5. Go on an insect walk and get acquainted with the local six-legged creatures. Join other home school students in exploration of the natural world. Each 90-minute session includes a hands-on science study correlated […]

Early goose season runs Sept. 2 – 15

BUCKEYE LAKE – Hopes are high that hunters will take advantage of an early goose season to reduce Buckeye Lake’s resident goose population. The large goose population fouls beaches, docks, sidewalks and grassy areas with their waste. Their waste has led to the high e coli readings and subsequent warnings at all three Buckeye Lake beaches this summer. Buckeye Lake […]