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The Marysville Board of Education voted unanimously Thursday, May 21, to approve a three-year contract for Karen Wells to serve as principal of Northwood Elementary School, effective Aug. 1.
Friday Nights Uptown
The city of Marysville will celebrate the opening of Partners Park this week during the first Friday Nights Uptown of the year.
Memorial Hospital received an Auditor of State Award for its most recent financial audit.
Employees at the Domino's Pizza in Marysville are so busy that one employee may have tried to get away with something without anyone noticing.
Union County Farmers Market, 8 a.m. till sold out, Saturdays starting May 23, at Partners Park, corner of 6th and Main streets, Marysville. Visit unioncountyfarmers market.com.
A 42-year-old Marysville man was killed in an accident at 3:44 p.m. May 19 in the 1100 block of Columbus Avenue.
A 13-year-old Boy Scout spent part of spring break refurbishing a bench in McCloud Park to help his community.
The four-session workshop for adults provides a taste of Chinese art and culture as well as insight into calligraphy, which serves not only as a form of communication but also spiritual practice.
Marysville school officials are moving forward to replace Northwood Elementary School Principal Melissa Hackett, who has been on paid administrative leave since April 24.
A 36-year-old Marysville High School teacher is on paid leave for the rest of the school year amid allegations she had an inappropriate relationship with an 18-year-old male student.
The city's council-elected mayor will earn more than the rest of Marysville City Council, but it will be less than half of the amount members had proposed.
Marysville residents have a number of ways to remember fallen members of the military and law enforcement as May nears its end.
Marysville school officials are excited to watch an anticipated 379 seniors take their final steps as high school students, as the class of 2015 graduates.
Annual Pioneer Banquet of the Union County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society, 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 19, at Der Dutchman Restaurant, Plain City. Steve Ball and Lisa Williams will present "The Music of Stephen Foster." Dinner is $18 per person. RSVP is due by May 12. Visit uccogs.org.
Haley Green of Marysville was named to the fall 2014 semester dean's list at Trevecca Nazarene University.
Otterbein University will offer new adult education courses in Marysville starting Aug. 24.