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Complaints about a dirt-bike track on Fourth Street may result in a new Marysville law restricting the use of all-terrain vehicles within city limits.
Marysville High School Principal Matt Chrispin speaks highly of the class of 2013.
A new five-year financial forecast approved by the Marysville Board of Education May 16 shows what a difference one levy can have on a district budget.
A rebuilt interchange at Interstate 270 and U.S. Route 33 in Dublin would be the first of its kind in the United States, officials say.
Two points were made about underage drinking in Union County during a May 14 forum hosted by the Union County Drug Free Coalition.
The Grandview Heights Public Library announced Friday, May 17, its board of trustees has selected Ryan McDonnell as the library's new director.
The Rite Aid pharmacy, 800 Delaware Ave., sustained heavy damage May 11 when the building was hit by a vehicle driven by a 22-year-old man.
The goalkeepers for the Marysville High School boys and girls lacrosse teams have more in common than being the final line of defense for their respective squads.
Marysville High School softball coach Jennifer Segner-Maxwell had mixed emotions after her team finished in a first-place tie with Olentangy Liberty in the OCC-Central Division.
The Marysville High School softball team understood the significance of its 3-0 loss to Thomas Worthington on April 15.
As their track and field careers wind down at Marysville High School, seniors Clay Cochran and Jessica Wickline have the same goal -- postseason success.
Dark Star Jubilee (including on-site video at Legend Valley Campgound), Alkaline Trio and more in the latest Fab Five.
The Plate specializes in simple, farm-to-fork cuisine.
You make the decision to do music full time, like Lauren Mann did in 2008, and you're going to have to hit the road.
Orontes d'Antioch is a start-up company that regularly sets up a day booth at the North Market but its Turkish olive oil products and soap now are available online and at several local merchants, including Meza Wine Shop, Hills Market, Weiland's Gourmet Market, Cardone's restaurant and Karavan.
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