Millersport TWIG 13 to sponsor fundraiser
Millersport TWIG 13 of Fairfield Medical Center will hold a Pizza Cottage FUNdraising Night from 11 a.m. until 10 p.m. Wednesdayat the Buckeye Lake Pizza Cottage.
County sells triangular tract
The county is selling a small triangle of land it owns near Harbor Hills Country Club for $750.
Licking County residents found about Kennedy's death differently, but ...
Cindy Fish was celebrating her fifth birthday Nov. 22, 1963. She and her friends were gathered around the kitchen table having fun when their neighbor came into the house sobbing that the president had been shot.
Storms knocks out power to over 4,000
A severe thunderstorm packing high winds and heavy rain ripped through Licking County Sunday evening, leaving over 4,000 AEP Ohio customers without electricity.
Public Records: Perry County Court news
4 Richard Grimes III, 24, 8834 Portie Flamingo, New Lexington, domestic violence, $150 and costs, 60 days in jail, 56 days suspended, one year of probation, no contact with victim for a year or until further order of the court, attend domestic violence education and follow recommendations, 20 hours of community service.
Zanesville police officers share beekeeping hobby
Beekeeping had always interested Tony Coury, but it wasn't until 2010 that he decided to go a step further and make it a serious endeavor.
Brew and Wine Fest features offerings from local businesses
The Reese Center was transformed into a mini beer and wine emporium during the Licking County Chamber of Commerce's fourth annual Brew and Wine Fest.
Celebrating God through music
It didn't take long for Timothy Noble's parents to realize he was special. When he was 3 years old, Timothy expressed an interest in playing the piano.
Pluses and a minus
Plus: Local schools and children were the big winners in Tuesday's election, especially in the North Fork Local School District.
Fire levies pass in Buckeye Lake, Union Township
Buckeye Lake Mayor Rick Baker said a levy defeat would have left the village with almost no funds to pay firefighters in 2014, forcing an all-volunteer department and possibly a contract with Hebron.
New poll locations cause increased travel for some voters
Most Union Township residents interviewed outside the hall Tuesday said the location was better than the previous location, at Infirmary Mound Park, on Ohio 37. "It's fine with me," township resident Edith Gulick said.
Sample drinks at annual Brew and Wine Fest
The event will be from 7 to 11 p.m. Saturday at the Reese Center at Ohio State University's Newark campus, 1209 University Drive, Newark.
The Columbus Dispatch
Affair with client's wife puts attorney's license in jeopardy
Making an impassioned plea to keep his law license, Columbus attorney James D. Owen today said he knew it was wrong, unethical and "a betrayal of trust" to have a sexual affair with his client's wife while her husband was on trial for murder.