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When Wooster's development organization pushed for a new law to help smaller communities get additional liquor permits through the establishment of a Community Revitalization District, there were people who thought it would just bring in more bars and cause additional problems for law enforcement.
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Officers of the Lancaster Police Department now are wearing video cameras attached to their uniforms, a measure that -- if used properly -- should provide extra protection for police and residents alike.
The Fairfield Soil and Water Conservation District is planning its first Conservation Bike Ride for May 10 in cooperation with the Fairfield Heritage Trail Association, which has a group that rides and is familiar with the trail.
Authorities removed a young alligator, two anacondas, two rabbits and two dogs from a house on East Mulberry Street about 11 a.m. Friday, according to the Fairfield County Area Humane Society.
Picking up wins were Jaydeep Singh at No. 1 singles; Hunter Staley at No. 2 singles; Corey Dye at No.
After 75 years in business, owner David Gustavson said it's time to make some changes at Colonial Heights Furniture.
Fined $75 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, 160 suspended. Blankenship, Danny L., 42, 118 Mithoff Drive, Lancaster, convicted of theft, a first-degree misdemeanor.
The bids have come in for the 2014 Lancaster streets paving program, and the apparent low bidder came in about $185,000 under the estimate.
The second incarnation of Bernie's Barn and Grill didn't last long, as it closed Sunday.
A judge in Lancaster, Ohio has sentenced 38-year-old Lawrence L. Featheroff to 30 months in prison for beating, terrorizing, and threatening to slice off the genitals of his developmentally disabled brother after he reveaeld that he might be gay last year.
The duck-decorating contest is the second annual fundraiser put on by Phi Theta Kappa on the campus to raise money for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Fairfield County.
When Fairfield County Common Pleas Judge Chris Martin handed down a 30-month sentence Monday to a man who admitted to hitting and threatening his 26-year-old developmentally-disabled brother, the judge said, "The court can't let that just go by."
It was a tough time for people. President Franklin D. Roosevelt was in the early days of his second term in office and was dealing with the Great Depression.