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Miami University student and Marysville resident Kyle Hees spent his summer volunteering with Ability Experience. Hees is a finance major at Miami.
The district used a staggered-start approach, with students reporting for their first day of class between Tuesday, Aug. 18, and Thursday.
Marysville's top two school administrators have received votes of confidence and performance-based raises and bonuses from the school board.
The seeds for Ryan Schwyn's love of agriculture were planted while growing up on his family's 100-acre farm in Marysville, where he helped cultivate corn, soybeans and wheat.
Marysville police do not plan to file charges against an employee who fired a weapon behind a local business.
The westbound lanes of U.S. Route 33 in Marysville were closed for several hours Friday, Aug. 21, because of a truck accident.
The city of Marysville has earned an Auditor of State Award with Distinction.
It's getting easier to fuel up vehicles that run on compressed natural gas.
Music on Main Thursday Night Music Series presents Lucky Penny Sisters, 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Partners Park, 125 E. Sixth St.
Marysville City Administrator Terry Emery is back at work after a two-week, unpaid suspension for having an affair with the assistant finance director.
Marysville school district officials have been busy preparing for students' return Monday, Aug. 17.
The Union County Health Department will hold three meetings on proposed local inspection rules linked to Ohio's new sewage guidelines.
Marysville is poised to grant an easement to Union County at the Fladt Road Water Tower as part of nearby road improvements.
A juvenile is expected to be charged in connection with a break-in and vandalism incident at Mill Valley Swimming Pool on Creekview Drive.
Ryan Schwyn of Marysville was one of 50 young people named 2015 New Century Farmers by the National FFA Organization.
Margaret Helfrich and Ryan Simon of Marysville were among the spring 2015 graduates of Ohio Wesleyan University.