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The Land of Legend Barbershop Chorus started in Newark in the 1950s. Many things have changed since then, but fans of their lighthearted songs and close harmonies still show up at the Midland Theatre every year for their annual spring concert, director Paula Rink said.
Keith Blackledge, a Heath resident who has three babies in his home, said Waste Management gets his Monday mornings off to an early and noisy start.
Newark High School's assistant band director faces a dozen more charges after being indicted by a grand jury Wednesday.
Kenny Sidle first heard Michael Cleveland play the fiddle decades ago at a contest in Kentucky.
The event is the biggest fundraiser the nonprofit hosts each year, with money raised at the event going toward supporting MHA's many programs.
Ten short years ago, before the nation's economic collapse, things were much different in Granville.
Republican Brad Feightner has withdrawn his candidacy for Licking County commissioner, leaving a three-way race in the May 6 Republican primary.
Newark police A vehicle was reported damaged on the 200 block of Eddy Street before 5:43 a.m. Tuesday.
Granville and Licking County lost a man heralded both in medicine and music. Dr. Fred Karaffa, 81, a longtime Granville resident, died Feb. 27. A memorial service was held for him Sunday at St. Luke's Episcopal Church.
What do a miniature clay wheelchair, paper sculptures and a drawing of various types of food have in common? Why, they're all diverse, of course.
The free festival will be from 2:30 to 4 p.m. Saturday at the main branch of the Licking County Library, 101 W. Main St., Newark.
Locals who are hungry for Bob Evans can go to the restaurant in Heath on Friday to benefit the family of a woman killed in a February house fire.
Newark police Property was reported damaged on the 100 block of Deo Drive before 9:22 a.m. Friday.
There is a good chance residents have driven past Future Concepts on their way into downtown Newark without even noticing it.