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Scottslawn Road still closed after morning train derailment

A train derailment just outside Marysville this morning, Feb. 9, still has a portion of Scottslawn Road closed at the railroad crossing.
Neighbor to Neighbor

New program set to assist older adults

A new service in Union County could help senior citizens remain in their homes for longer.

Tiny artists at work

City law requires sidewalks to be cleared of snow

It's time to dust off the snow shovels.

Work on sewer line to close Fourth Street

Sewer work will cause closures on West Fourth Street in Marysville for about two weeks.
Deputy of the Year

Career choice came early, easy for McKinnon

After a ride-along at age 14, law enforcement was the only career choice for Aaron McKinnon.

Event for women combines comedy with health talks

This year's Memorial Health Women's Event will combine information about health and comedy.

Groups hope residents fall in love with Uptown's historic buildings

Uptown Marysville will get some love letters for Valentine's Day.
Police beat

Marysville: Man arrested after leaving 1-year-old alone in vehicle

A 39-year-old man was arrested at 1:21 p.m. Jan. 27 after he left his 1-year-old son alone in a vehicle parked at a Marysville business.

Sewer line work causes road closures

Sewer work will cause closures on W. Fourth Street for up to two weeks.

Silver Showcase

State of the City

Collaboration key to city's 2016 efforts

For Marysville, 2015 was a busy year and the city doesn't plan to slow down in 2016.

Police nab 2nd assault suspect

The second suspect in the assault of a 77-year-old man at Eljer Park has been identified and charges are expected early this week.

Police charge man after car chase

A Milford Center man led Marysville police on a chase Thursday, Jan. 24, after he allegedly tried to entice a 13-year-old girl.
Police beat

Marysville: Thieves strike multiple businesses, residences

Marysville police received numerous recent theft reports from homes and businesses, including incidents in which vehicles were broken into.

Council meetings shifting to Monday

Marysville City Council will have a change in its schedule this summer.

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