More Licking County News
Merridy Hoover's spirit was abundantly present during the Merridy's Way open house at C-TEC Feb. 27.
The Republican slate of candidates running for Licking County Commission in the May 6 primary Election is down to three.
Pataskala needs to find a way to prevent basketball hoops from being placed in the city's rights of way, according to City Planner Eric Fischer.
The Pataskala Division of Police is investigating the theft of a chain saw, a power washer and halogen lights taken sometime between 1:30 and 2 a.m. Feb. 23 from a building in the 6000 block of Mink Street.
Just as Cinderella's Fairy Godmother gave her the right dress for the prince's ball, Fairy Goodmothers has provided central Ohio girls with the right prom dresses the past 10 years.
The exhibit features art made from recycled items and is at the Works through April. “Plastic Frenzy” was created by students in grades kindergarten through third grade at Granville Elementary School.
Culpepper & Merriweather
Billed as "America's Favorite Big Top Circus," the Culpepper & Merriweather Circus will make a return trip to Johnstown in the spring.
American Red Cross
The American Red Cross of Central Ohio needs volunteers to roll up their sleeves to meet an urgent need for blood donations.
The Dawes Arboretum is on State Route 13, five miles south of Newark and three miles north of Interstate 70, Exit 132. To register for the following programs, call 740-323-2355 or 1-800-44DAWES. For more information, visit dawesarb.org.
Three new members have joined the Licking County Aging Program Board of Directors.
Former Utah Governor Jon M. Huntsman Jr. will speak at Denison University at 8 p.m. Monday, Feb. 24, in Swasey Chapel, 200 Chapel Drive.
Southwest Licking school board President Don Huber said Feb. 20 the Watkins Road sidewalk project needs to come off the back burner for the sake of students who walk to school.
Pataskala police officers are searching for a man who allegedly asked two girls -- ages 11 and 12 -- if they wanted to watch him perform a sexual act, said Capt. Michael Boals.
Democrat John Carlisle and Republican Jay Hottinger will run for the Ohio Senate District 31 seat on the Nov. 4 ballot.
The Licking Heights school district did not use "blizzard bags" to make up part of seven calamity days used thus far this winter, but if a bill passed last week in the Ohio House becomes law, the district would not have to make up any days this year, said Superintendent Philip Wagner.