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Copper gutters stolen from east side Granville residence
Copper thieves are known to be bold, but the thieves who stole copper gutters off a home on the near east side of Granville this past weekend were bolder than most.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Newark native will share story of cancer battle, Pelotonia at Friday event
John Looker isn't a big fan of making excuses. His voice is damaged from radiation and he's weary from the chemotherapy used to keep his Hodgkin's lymphoma from spreading.
This Week Community News
Amateur radio clubs prepare for Field Day
Three Licking County Amateur "ham" Radio clubs will participate in Field Day 2013, set to begin at 2 p.m. Saturday, June 22, and end at 2 p.m. Sunday, June 23. Field Day is an annual exercise during which radio operators set up portable stations in parks, malls and other public areas away from their permanent home stations.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
First Federal names Cooperider Granville manager
Cooperider, of Hebron, joined First Federal's downtown Newark office in January 2011 as a teller, while working towards a bachelor's degree from Franklin University.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Bible school in its 30th year unites Granville churches
The churches on the corners in Granville have different names and some different beliefs, but one week each summer for the past 30 years, children cross the streets to learn more about each one.
Granville man receives award
Several community college trustees and others connected with Ohio's community colleges statewide were honored during the recent 20th Annual Ohio Association of Community College Excellence Awards.
Public Records: Crime Report
Counterfeit $5 bills were reported passed at a business on the 900 block of North 21st Street before 8:38 a.m. Thursday.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Township grasping last chance for energy aggregation
Time is running out on the option for Granville voters to decide whether they want to participate in energy aggregation, under which they would collectively buy power at a discounted rate.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Last year's derecho taught managers, retailers to prepare for the worst
Many local leaders learned hard lessons from last summer's derecho and adapted to better serve the public during future power outages.
Proposed demolition of 19th-century home back in village's lap
Gill Wright Miller is hoping her research documenting the historical value of a 175-year-old house on the village's east side -- and her plan to buy and restore it -- will be sufficient to forestall a request to tear it down.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Downtown Granville building under new ownership
A Columbus-based company specializing in historic restoration has acquired the downtown Granville commercial building that once housed the Del Mar and Jess' Greek Eats restaurants.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Crews battle house fire in Liberty Township
One adult female was transported to Ohio State University Medical Center, according to a Licking County 911 Center dispatcher.
Preserving family textiles is museum topic
Jennings has been a faculty member at the University of Akron for the past 11 years, where she teaches textile science courses, textile conservation as well as fiber arts.
General's descendant views family items at Portage museum
"These were all on the walls of my home," she said, looking at family photos of Gen.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Wymer - 60th
They are the parents of Ed Wymer and Tamra Wymer, both of Newark; and Terry Wymer, of Granville.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
Safe Routes sidewalks project finally underway
Work is underway downtown on a project aimed at improving student safety and promoting physical activity.
The Columbus Dispatch
Paying tax debt should aid Granville Inn's sale
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Wed Jun 05, 2013
Granville sign rule changes would smooth path to approval
A proposal to streamline the process by which businesses apply for new or larger signs will help promote business development in the village, according to Village Manager Steve Stilwell.
Public records: crime report
Property was reported stolen from the first block of Orchard Street before 4:41 a.m. Tuesday.
Pataskala bringing in Big 'O' as new trash hauler
Residents this fall will see a different hauler picking up their trash. The city intends to contract with Big "O" Refuse, of Newark, starting Oct. 1, said Robert Schroeder, the city's project manager.