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The Columbus Dispatch
Newark wants owner to help pay for demolition of downtown building
City officials say they plan to try to recoup some of the cost of demolishing a century-old building downtown from the building's owner.
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Wed Apr 16, 2014
OSU-N choral group hosts spring concert
The concert will feature a variety of choral works, with selections ranging from 16th-century Italian part songs to contemporary compositions and arrangements by Stuart McIntosh and John Leavitt.
Get fit with LICCO's annual Spring Fitness 5k
Registration begins at 8 a.m. and the race will begin at 9 a.m. at the shelter house at Rotary Park near the Newark campus of Ohio State University, 1179 University Drive, Newark.
Newark man accused of sexually assaulting girl 20 to 40 times
A Newark man has been charged with gross sexual imposition after he allegedly sexually assaulted a girl 20 to 40 times over a period of five years.
Councilman thanks community for support after grandson's death
City Councilman Bill Cost Jr. announced today that his grandson, Alex Daniels, died Monday evening at Children's Hospital in Columbus, three days after he was pulled from a pond outside his family's Eden Township home.
Frazeysburg man arrested in weekend vandalism spree
Newark police have arrested two people in connection with a weekend vandalism spree that left nearly 100 cars and residences with damage.
LICKING COUNTY MUNICIPAL COURT Taggart, Alan, 19, 5734 Beecher Road, Granville, assault, $250, 90 days jail, 86 days suspended, credit for time served.
Bringing tenants and landlords together
Landlords and tenants have one thing in common: they need each other. And their needs are often reciprocal: a landlord needs to save money on property repairs, a tenant needs broken light fixtures repaired.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Organizers gearing up for breast cancer walk
The Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk is 187 days away. Preparation starts now.
Local author set to present talk on 'jewel box' bank in Newark
Local author and retired Newark campus of Ohio State University classics professor Joseph R. Tebben has a new book that shines a light on an architectural jewel in downtown Newark.
Chocolate walk will kick off Final Friday in downtown Newark
The Downtown Newark Association's annual Chocolate Walk will kick off Final Friday from 4 to 8 p.m. April 25 in downtown Newark.
'Retired' Fink recalls latest Masters trip
Jan Fink's week at the Masters did not start Monday for the first time in 25 years.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
The building was actually gifted to the Licking County Foundation earlier this year.
"Re-Newark" Demolition of 20-22 N. 4th St.
As they say, "out with the old and in with the new". Newark Mayor Jeff Hall says his city is entering it's latest phase, "Re-Newark".
Public records: Robbery, assault reported on Church Street
Newark police Property was reported stolen from a porch on the first block of West Stevens Street before 12:42 p.m. Friday.
No suspects in custody after weekend vandalism spree
Despite rumors circulating on social media, Newark police do not have a suspect in custody related to the numerous car vandalism reports filed over the weekend.
The Columbus Dispatch
High-school seniors in Newark honored for legislative victory as 4th-graders
Congratulations are bestowed on high-school seniors, from left in back, Jai Wen Chen, Savannah Hottinger, Emily Hanson, Sebastian Pfeffer and Corbin Smith, all 18. In front are Joann Borgia, left, the mother of teacher Mary Borgia, and Lee Ann Lugar, the students' former music teacher.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Public Records: Court Report
On Feb. 24, Cooper was suspected of tampering with evidence, according to the indictment.
Logan - Strope
William Rauch officiating the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Todd F. Logan, of Newark, and Kelly L. Swick, of Heath.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Newark shot put team wins at Red Edwards Golden Eagle Relays
Hannah Ayers, Tana Barrett and Mylanda Bunch also won the high jump . The Wildcat girls tied for fourth overall.