Plain Township

Voters approve township fire levy

Plain Township trustee Dave Olmstead’s resounding “Yes!” illustrated the celebratory mood in the fire department’s vehicle bay Tuesday evening after he learned voters had approved Issue 4.

Genoa voters pass fire, police levies

Genoa Township voters approved a pair of five-year levies in the primary election Tuesday, May 5 that will boost funding for the township’s police and fire departments.
Perry Township

Police levy wins voters' approval

Voters in Perry Township approved a 3.5-mill police levy in the May 5 election.

Dublin Police searching for female bank robber

Dublin Police are searching for a woman who robbed a bank Monday evening.

Woman indicted in the death of motorcycle passenger

It was July 16, 2014, when a silver Chevy Malibu traveling east on Interstate 70 made a nearly 90-degree turn across two lanes in an attempt to take the exit 112A ramp.
Police luncheon

Speck of evidence leads to charges for burglar

Three years after a burglary at their residence, Sid and Janet Druen finally got justice.

Chess coach out, city supporting families

The city of Bexley has severed its ties with chess instructor F. Leon Wilson, who was arrested April 23 and charged with two counts of sexual imposition involving a minor, Mayor Ben Kessler said.

April 28 drug sweep won't be the last one for schools

Licking Heights Superintendent Philip Wagner said public forums to discuss student drug use might be necessary following a random sweep April 28 at Licking Heights High School, Central Middle School and Watkins Memorial High School.

Police search near Oak Grove proves fruitless

A Columbus police official said homicide investigators did not uncover any evidence following a Wednesday, April 29, search of a site near Oak Grove Cemetery in Delaware.

Suspect in non-fatal shooting arrested

The suspect in a nonfatal shooting at a Dublin hotel is in custody, Dublin Division of Police officials said.
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