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College notes

Kent State University recently announced the names of students who made its president's and dean's lists for the 2014 spring semester.

Hitting the links

United Way again aims to raise $1 million

The 57th annual United Way of Union County campaign kicked off Tuesday, Aug. 26, with the goal of raising $1 million for the second consecutive year.
Columbus to Chicago High-Speed Passenger Rail Corridor

Marysville on board to explore rail service

The city of Marysville has joined with a coalition of municipalities and the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission on an environmental impact study for a high-speed passenger rail line from Columbus to Chicago.
Police beat

Marysville: Driver leads deputy on chase, charged with OVI

A driver who went through a stop sign led a Union County Sheriff's Office deputy on a brief chase before he was arrested and jailed.
Military Veterans Resource Center

Nonprofit's mission: Help veterans find jobs

It's a new name but the same mission for a Northland-based nonprofit organization that seeks to help veterans find jobs.
Changes coming in January

New rules mandate sewage system inspections

Starting next year, Union County homeowners with private or residential sewage treatment systems will need to join an operations and maintenance program that will require regular inspections.

Back to school

Ohio House hearings

Mankins' testimony to support Common Core

Marysville Schools Superintendent Diane Mankins will lend her support to Common Core in testimony before the Ohio House of Representatives on Wednesday, Aug. 27 -- with the full backing of the school board.
Police beat

Marysville: Thefts reported at three residences in four days

Marysville police were called to investigate three incidents in which items were stolen from local homes in a four-day period.

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