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Marysville City Council

Reservoir grant application gets green light

In a 6-1 vote, Marysville City Council voted to proceed with a grant application that could turn the local reservoir into a recreational area.

Rag Tag strikes chord with inmates

Although they're imprisoned at Marysville's Ohio Reformatory for Women, about 400 inmates recently had their spirits lifted by central Ohio's Rag Tag Worship Team.

The Voice contestant headlines fundraiser

Sixteen-year-old cancer patient Devon Burke has endured a lot in the last five months. This week, an upcoming concert in his honor has given the teenager something to look forward to.

Culp applies for Grandview schools superintendent job

The assistant superintendent of Marysville schools, Andrew Culp, is among 32 candidates who have applied to replace Ed O'Reilly as the Grandview Heights City School District's next superintendent.
Police beat

Marysville: String of vehicle break-ins reported near Uptown

Marysville police responded to multiple reports about vehicle break-ins between April 6 and 8.

Report: County health OK, could be better

Union County residents are getting healthier overall, but local officials say there is room for improvement.

New strategic plan outlines school district vision

The Marysville Board of Education met for an April 1 work session that included a walk-through of the district's new strategic plan.

Spring blooms

Police beat

Marysville/Union County: Marysville man arrested after market robbery

Marysville police arrested a 32-year-old man in connection with a robbery at the Community Market, 700 Milford Ave., at 6:43 p.m. March 28.

Meijer, other businesses have job openings

Meijer's announcement that it will hire 270 people to staff its new Marysville store is the latest in a series of good news on the local jobs front.

Creek flooding necessitates new ballfield fences

More than 55 inches of snow dumped on central Ohio this winter has taken an unexpected toll in Marysville.

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