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5 hrs ago | The Advocate
A reward is being offered for information regarding a stolen purse. The Newark Division of Police reports a female suspect stole a purse from a vehicle about 10:30 a.m. March 19 in the 100 block of Wilwood Avenue.
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6 hrs ago | Times Recorder
Crews were called Sunday night to investigate a possible meth lab. The Perry County Sheriff's Office asked for help on traffic control in order to close Ohio 13 south of Boundaries Road about 9:30 p.m. as they investigated a potential "explosive" situation according to scanner traffic.
Tillie and Tallie were surrendered when their family was moving and couldn't take them along.
22, Newark, was sentenced to three years of community control after being found guilty of one count each of theft of dangerous drugs, a fourth-degree felony; and theft, a fifth-degree felony.
1. Person in charge was unable to demonstrate proper knowledge of food safety and prevention.
Ask 2-year-old Jazlen Harden where her mother is, and she has two answers. The first person she points to is her mother's twin sister, Beth Carey, who has cared for her this past year.
A Newark High School teacher accused of engaging in sexual conduct with several of his students between 2010 and 2013 had his first in-person appearance in Licking County Common Pleas Court on Friday.
A St. Louisville woman who ran what authorities called a puppy mill out of her home will serve 90 days in jail and will not be allowed to own domestic animals for at least two years.
Geoff Cowles/News tica pitcher Jimmy Crabtree struck out seven and walked eight in Thursday's Licking County League game against the Licking Valley Panthers.
Apart from the pointless damage wrought by such inexplicable behavior, those who engage in senseless destruction of this kind reveal a lack of empathy for their victims who must shoulder the burden not just of the obvious destruction, but the time and expense of repair and meeting insurance deductibles.
A 20-year-old man and a 14-year-old boy charged in connection with nearly 100 reports of vandalism appeared Thursday in Licking County courts to face a judge for the first time.
When Dan and Lacie Priest were searching for names for their son, Dan Priest knew he wanted him to have a strong name.
A 46-year-old man is in the Licking County Justice Center on Thursday morning after reportedly leading police on a short chase and crashing into a building on the Denison University campus.
I am writing to offer my endorsement for Rick Black in the May 6 Republican Primary Race for Licking County Commissioner.
In 24 years, several homicides in Licking County have remained unsolved. One of those cases involves an unidentified woman who has been known only as Jane Doe since she was found.