Licking County News
Local, regional, and statewide news continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.
Trending on the Topix Network
We are looking for people in their 20s and 30s who live in Licking County and would be open to talking about their decision to buy -- or not buy -- a home in the area.
Maple syrup fans have more reasons to be happier about the warmer weather moving into the area.
An elderly woman who was missing for several hours Sunday has been found, according to a news release from the Licking County Sheriff's Office.
Dinkisra Mengistu's life started in Ethiopia but continued in the United States after his family emigrated when he was in middle school.
The Licking County Sheriff's Office said shortly after 9 p.m. Sunday an elderly resident of Refugee Road wandered away from home on foot in an unknown direction.
In Ohio's first year with four operating casinos, revenue has fallen about $1 billion short of campaign promises, leaving county and school officials with significantly smaller tax payouts.
When Michael Blain II realized his apartment unit was on fire, his first thought was to run inside to grab his mother's belongings.
On Aug. 10, 2011, a part-time mosquito sprayer for the Licking County Heath Department was on his route, spraying on Cherry Street.
Juliette is a quirky girl who has been waiting for a forever home for more than a year.
When "Serenity Hope" looks in the mirror, she can still see the scars that line her face.
By at least one measure, the fight against abuse of prescription painkillers in Ohio is working.
There's a funny thing about home and garden shows: They have a knack for reminding you of all the projects on your to-do list.
Three people accused of keeping more than 60 dogs in vans while traveling through Licking County in January have pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor charges against them.
A Newark band director was indicted Thursday on 13 counts, including sexual battery and child endangering involving three former students.
When Amber Gilsdorf started working as a school guidance counselor six years ago, little did she know there would come a day when she and fellow staff members would be taught how to tackle and bring down a would-be shooter.