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Earth Day

Event offered free trees, educational opportunities

As the emerald ash borer began to make its way into Ohio in 2003, the tree-killing insect spread from town-to-town, wiping out thousands of trees throughout the state.
Marysville prom

Students plan 'A party at Gatsby's'

Marysville High School senior Gillian Kiss is like many other high school girls this time of year.

Community Care Day is on horizon

If you have an extra pair of hands to spare, the United Way of Union County is hoping to recruit you for its upcoming Community Care Day.
Police beat

Marysville: Thefts from vehicles believed to be related

Marysville Police Deputy Chief Tony Brooks says it appears a number of incidents involving thefts from vehicles are related.

Drug investigation concludes with search warrant, arrests

An investigation large task force composed of area law enforcement agencies has resulted in the arrest of multiple people on drug charges.
Jacquemin Farms referendum petition

Election board decision headed to high court

Attorneys representing property owners and other affected parties are seeking to have the Ohio Supreme Court overturn the Union County Board of Elections decision to uphold a referendum petition that will put the rezoning of 60 acres on Hyland-Croy Road on the November ballot.
Can-do attitude

Picklesimons find niche in homemade jams

Mother and daughter team Bev and Jennifer Picklesimon began making homemade jams for family members.

Roundabout planned for 161-Post Road and Cosgray

The city of Dublin is looking at partnering with Union and Franklin counties to construct a roundabout at the state Route 161-Post Road intersection and Cosgray Road.
Yard-waste collection

City offers curbside program for residents

More than a month into spring, most people have likely powered up the lawn mower and sharpened its blades and armed themselves with a shovel to prepare flower beds for the upcoming growing season.
State testing

New battery prompting question about redundancy

Students at Marysville High School and the Early College High School took the end-of-course state standardized tests this past week much like all other high schools in the state of Ohio.
Police beat

Marysville: Officials investigating early morning fire

At 4:09 a.m. April 15 Marysville Division of Police officers assisted the Marysville Division of Fire at the scene of a fire at Gates Brothers Glass on East Fifth Street.

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College notes

* Marysville-area students who joined the Ashland University chapter of the Council for Exceptional Children include Madison Hoy and Marie Conley. Both students are majoring in early childhood education.

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