Please vote for the bond issue for the Southwest Licking schools.
Brown Township's EMS and fire levy will appear on the May 6 ballot as Issue 20.
While researching the various candidates who have announced an intention of running for Licking County commissioner, I believe Mike Fox is the candidate best suited to serve western Licking County's interests.
As the end of another school year approaches, I think to myself how fast time goes by every year.
If you want safe biking, drive your bikes to Columbus or Dublin.
As a trustee and 22-year resident of Jefferson Township, nothing is more important to me than protecting the natural beauty and rural character of our community.
For more than 20 years, Fifth Third Bank has celebrated its own holiday -- Fifth Third Day.
Proponents of the permanent zoo levy have overstepped the bounds of reality.
Our schools are a great source of pride in the community. We have outstanding and caring staff focused on preparing every student for a successful future.
A renewal levy is coming soon for Northridge Local Schools, and support is needed.
In order to build a pet project at the expense of residents, Orange Township trustees reached into taxpayer wallets for the sum of $270,250. For what?
While I think zoos and other attractions are important and can enhance a city, this funding needs to come from some other source.
As Ohio transplants raised in southern California, we're often asked if we like it here.
Did a majority of taxpayers in New Albany vote to commit taxpayers' funds to a dog park?
I write in opposition to Issue 6, the Columbus Zoo levy. As much as I love furry little animals, Franklin County does not need a $165-million taxpayer funded Downtown zoo.
There is much to question regarding the levy for the Columbus Zoo on the ballot May 6.
Among things that parents teach their children is the difference between 'need' and 'want.'
Perhaps residents are aware that Perry Township trustees want them to vote for a new tax zone, a JEDZ that they have quietly formed by legal maneuvering with Worthington over the past year.
One important voice in the published discussions about the future use of the UMCH property is missing: the property owner's.
It is with tremendous appreciation that we recognize all of those who made Evening Street Elementary School's third annual Casino Night a tremendous success.