The starting bid for the property, located at 709 Deacon St. in Hebron, sits at $650,000
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The Shelly Company dealt another blow in its quest to operate concrete- and asphalt-mixing plants at Alexandria
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Julia Lerner and Doug Swift work for TheReportingProject.org, the nonprofit news organization of Denison University’s Journalism program, which is funded by the Mellon Foundation and donations from readers.
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Two men set out to build a rock climbing area, and instead built a community
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Granville Township residents call for trustee to resign after sale of his land to The New Albany Company; he says he will try to regain voters’ trust
“You sold all of us up the river,” said Chris Crader, the first township resident to speak. “You didn’t think about anyone in Granville but yourself.”
Local artist and entrepreneur sprinkles whimsical, uplifting artwork and poetry around village to bring joy to the community
Top secret jobs: These college students are studying what they love. Why can’t they tell their parents?
“I used to major in Cinema, which my parents never knew about. I once dreamed of becoming a dancer, which my parents advised me not to. And now I major in Journalism, which I told them ‘is just a small program of my Communication major.’ Being the first person ever in my family to study abroad, I am forever grateful for the enormous amount of time, money, trust, and love that my parents have given me.“
When huge forces of business and government make secret deals that affect your well being, where can you go? To the Town Meeting. The bees are depending on you.
Even as development booms and jobs pour into Licking County, Mike Young is among the rising number of people in Licking County who struggle to find housing due to substance use disorder, prolonged poverty cycles and the tight housing market. Young has lived all three. And even with his efforts to stay sober and out of trouble, he still might not be able to afford a home in a county where rental prices have gone up 25% in the past couple of years.
Tom Bartlett raises money by counting migrating birds. Should we all be paying attention?
She has limited mobility, but she is watching. And she knows more than most of us.
Hundreds attend holiday event at downtown Newark churches
With a new perspective on mortality and legacy, Susan King poured herself into improving quality of life in Licking County
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