Police activity reports

Compiled from selected police activity reports. Buckeye Lake • Aug. 10: Police responded to a report of a domestic dispute at a W. 3rd Street residence. Neither party was injured or wanted to press charges. • Aug. 11: A woman was charged with shoplifting. • Aug. 11: Police responded to an alarm drop at Northbank Road residence. Area checked secure. […]

Small businesses warned about scams

COLUMBUS – Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is warning small businesses to watch for signs of a scam, including callers who claim the business’s power will be shut off and invoices for products the business never ordered. In the past year, the Ohio Attorney General’s Office has received more than 150 complaints about potential scams affecting businesses, with an average […]

Immunizations required for school

NEWARK – School season is here. Parents are busy getting school clothes and school supplies for their children, leaving little time for anything else. Immunization appointments fill up quickly this time of year. For this reason, the Licking County Health Department nursing staff is extending clinic hours to accommodate back-to-school immunization appointments for students. Parents should contact their health care […]

Planning commission recommends trustees reject rezoning for new store

BALTIMORE – Liberty Union-Thurston School Board members approved a new three year agreement with non-teaching personnel at their August 10 meeting. The terms were very similar to those reached with teachers in July. “It brings them up date on their steps,” Superintendent Todd Osborn explained. Raises over next three years will be three percent, three percent and then two percent. […]

2015-08-22 E-Edition

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