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A Day in the Park

BZA gives city approval to raze house from 1850

The city of Marysville has won round two of its battle with the Union County Historical Society over the demolition of a home to make way for more Uptown parking.

Work unfinished, but Marysville Early College High School will open on time

The Marysville Early College High School will open its doors as planned in August, even though the linoleum needed for some floors is still on a ship coming from Europe and won't arrive until mid-September.
United Way project

Donations will 'Stuff the Bus' for local students

The "Stuff the Bus" campaign being conducted by the United Way of Union County is so successful that project coordinator Terri Sproull said the virtual bus has had to be extended by three rows to accommodate all the donations.
Police reports

Marysville: Gas reported stolen from two businesses

Gas was reported stolen from two businesses July 11. One theft occurred at 7:22 a.m. at a business on Columbus Avenue and the second incident was reported at 7:39 a.m. at a business on North Cherry Street.
Marysville-Union County Port Authority

New plan aims to unite recreational assets

The Marysville-Union County Port Authority is working on a plan to bring local sights a little closer.

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Marysville Public Library

Council mulls Maple Street dog park

Man’s best friend may have a new place to play if Marysville goes through with a planned dog park.
Union County Fair

Fair starts with parade, ends with mud run

The 168th Union County Fair begins Sunday, July 20, and runs through July 26. Opening day kicks off with the Union County Fair Parade at 5 p.m. Sunday, July 20, in downtown Marysville.

Restoration celebration


Teen troupe stages ‘Legally Blonde’ musical

Encore!, a teen theater group in Union County, will perform Legally Blonde the Musical this weekend at Veterans Memorial Auditorium, 233 W. Sixth St. in Marysville.

Fatal overdose brings indictments

Three people are in the Tri-County Regional Jail after being indicted in the drug death of a Marysville man.
Marysville High School

Principal’s trip to help launch Japanese courses

Principal Aaron Cook recently returned from a trip to help launch the Japanese foreign language program at Marysville High School.
Police beat

Marysville: Dog’s death labeled suspicious

Marysville police are investigating a report by a resident of Creekview Drive who said his dog died under suspicious circumstances. The incident was reported at 2:10 p.m. July 6. Police said the case is under investigation.

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