More Marysville News
Every day about 3,000 Marysville students depend on Joanne Morbitzer to provide tasty and nutritional meals.
Parents and teachers erupted into applause Oct. 23 when the Marysville Exempted Village School District Board of Education voted to implement free all-day, every-day kindergarten next school year.
After careful assessment of local businesses, hospitals and emergency services, Union County officials said they believe residents are at low risk for contracting Ebola.
The Marysville High School Cross Country Team will hold its annual E-Waste Recycling event from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 8, in the high school parking lot, 800 Amrine Mill Road.
Memorial Hospital of Union County and its affiliates are rebranding under the umbrella of Memorial Health.
Union County races
Union County residents won't see much in the way of issues or contested local races when they head to the polls Nov. 4.
The Union County Sheriff's Office is investigating two incidents in which automotive batteries were reported stolen in the same day.
Marysville police are looking to reunite a lost tablet computer with its rightful owner.
Drivers on U.S. Route 33 near Marysville should be alert for road closures this weekend.
A parent inadvertently caused a lockdown at Raymond Elementary School in Marysville this morning.
The event was part of this year's NSXPO. Honda is bringing the high-end sports car back into production and will make it in Marysville. It is expected to be available by 2015.
86th Ohio House District
Republican Dorothy Pelanda is facing a political newcomer in the race for the Ohio House of Representatives 86th District seat.
As Halloween approaches, two upcoming events will offer opportunities for children to dress in costume and collect loads of goodies.
Marysville police are investigating a reported case of sexual abuse.
The Union County Sheriff's Office is investigating a troubling trend. Someone is cutting and stealing the manes and tails of local horses.
Jeff Ehlers had no idea he was named a leader in his industry until he heard the news from colleagues at Memorial Hospital of Union County.