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Royal treatment

Heath adds first Cane's in county

Licking County residents could be eating at a Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers close to home by the end of the year.
Routes 62 and 661

ODOT improving dangerous intersection

More than a year ago, Dan Baker was away on vacation when he saw photos on social media of a gruesome crash at the intersection of U.S. Route 62 and state Route 661 near his home in rural Licking County.

Pataskala man charged with mother's slaying

Columbus Division of Police officers on Sept. 22 arrested a Pataskala man who has been charged with the death of his mother.
That's Y

Small steps can encourage healthful eating

"This is the year."

Newark man indicted in pedestrian's death

A Newark man accused of speeding in reverse through a Walmart parking lot before fatally striking a woman has been charged with aggravated vehicular homicide.

Open doors bring history to life

It's usually not a good day when one faces a judge in his courtroom.

Dawes gains landmark recognition

Licking County residents and visitors have recognized the historical significance of the Dawes Arboretum for decades -- and now that recognition has been extended to the national level.

Evictions still on rise in Licking County despite recovery

On certain Thursdays, the dark, polished pews on the top floor of Newark City Hall can fill up like church on a Sunday.

Denison to offer full rides to 20 Columbus grads each year

Starting in fall 2017, Denison University will offer 20 Columbus City Schools students four-year scholarships worth $188,000 under a new alliance with I Know I Can, the district's nonprofit partner that helps students navigate a path to higher education.

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