Marysville City Council approved a 2014 annual appropriations ordinance of $101.6 million at its Nov. 21 meeting.
Money may be tight, but the Hope Center in Marysville continues to find ways to help those in need.
The city of Marysville will roll out the welcome mat over the next few days for a delegation from Yorii-machi, Japan, that will be in town Dec. 1-4.
The Marysville Board of Education offered Todd Johnson a warm welcome, a new contract and a blue Monarch jacket to get his team-appropriate wardrobe started as he prepares to succeed Cindy Ritter as district treasurer.
Many central Ohio equestrians owe their training to a Brown Township resident with almost four decades of experience.
The Union County Sheriff's Office is investigating the theft of several firearms reported stolen from a residence in the 33000 block of Dutton Love Road at 7:02 p.m. Nov. 20.
Central Ohio residents can share the Christmas spirit with members of the U.S. Armed Forces through the seventh annual Holiday Mail for Heroes campaign of the American Red Cross.
Two Ohio State University students with ties to the military have set out to establish an endowment at their alma mater to honor fallen and disabled military service members while providing their children and siblings scholarship assistance.
Need a life-saving surgery for a beloved pet, but can't afford the cost?
State Rep. Mike Duffey (R-Worthington) has introduced a series of bills designed to make it easier to find and understand data about local and state government.
Marysville will host its third Pumpkin Dash 5K on Thanksgiving Day Nov. 28.
A 16-year-old male student was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia at Marysville High School, 800 Amrine Mill Road, at 9:30 a.m. Nov. 18.
When officials cut the ribbon Friday, Nov. 22, to open a new City Hall at 209 S. Main St., it marked another step in four years of planning and work that have transformed Marysville's infrastructure.
Air National Guard Airman 1st Class Zachary W. Hamilton graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio.
Marysville residents won't pay any more for trash service under the terms of a new five-year contract with Republic Services, but regular trash collection will be reduced to four days a week starting Jan. 1.
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