Thursday May 16
Police Search For Source of Explosion in Buckeye Lake
Multiple people, including police chief James Hanzey, reported hearing a blast and feeling their homes shake around 9:15 p.m. Thursday night.
Granville to participate in joint fire district talks
The villages of Hebron and Buckeye Lake, the City of Heath, and Union Township are discussing consolidating their fire and EMS services as a possible way to cut costs and improve service.
Cliff Cody to play at Legend Valley Show
The show is set for June 16 and will feature country artists Gary Allen, Randy Houser, Maggie Rose, Parmalee, Matt Mason and Perry County's Cliff Cody.
Climate change aids toxic algae, group says
April 30--Spring rainstorms made more powerful by climate change will wash more fertilizers off farms and grow even bigger toxic-algae blooms in Lake Erie, according to a new report.
Committee: Buckeye Lake dam is stable
Members of the Save Buckeye Lake committee are urging officials from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources to reconsider plans to replace the Buckeye Lake dam, claiming the dam is stable and poses no safety threat to residents.
Barley's Smokehouse sets 10th annual Mini Real Ale Fest
The 10th annual Mini Real Ale Fest returns to Barley's Smokehouse & Brewpub in Columbus from noon to 3 p.m. May 4. The event, which attracts about 500 people and costs $35, is expected to feature 20 firkins this year from breweries such as Epic, Stoudts, Oskar Blues, Rivertown, Thirsty Dog, Columbus, Four String, Buckeye Lake and Weasel Boy.
Fire destroys mobile home
A Heath family is without a home after their mobile home was destroyed by fire Sunday morning.
The public library: A place to grow
The "Information Age" we now enjoy because of so many electronic devices such as computers, e-readers and smartphones had its roots in a much simpler era when libraries were established for the public in towns and cities across America.