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Charlie Brown Christmas will get started for the 2022 Holiday Season this Sunday December 4 at Gormley Park in Forest. The lights will be turned on at 5 that evening. Prior to that, there will be food trucks in the parking lot at three Friday afternoon.  That will allow time for you to have a […]

Hardin County – The Hardin County Agriculture Hall of Fame has announced the 2022 honorees to be inducted at the nineteenth annual Agriculture Hall of Fame recognition banquet. The 2022 inductees include: Gerald E. Althauser, J. Roger Crates, William Griffith, Dr. William Martin Miller, and Thomas E. Wilcox, Sr. The banquet will be held on […]

Working with law enforcement and prevention professionals across Ohio Columbus, Ohio (November 28, 2022) – AAA and Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) have partnered to educate youth on the risks of marijuana-impaired driving. The primary focus of the partnership is the delivery of peer-to-peer education by SADD’s student leaders utilizing a curriculum developed by AAA […]

The Village of Forest Market Square is hosting a Christmas Decorating Contest. Village residents are encouraged to Light Up the Village with outdoor decoration this holiday season and enter into the contest. The residential entry fee is $10. Other categories include Retail and Industry. You can get a signup sheet at the village offices or […]

(COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine today released a status update on the implementation of recommendations from the Children Services Transformation Advisory Council which aims to reform Ohio’s children services system. “Every child in Ohio deserves to live a fulfilling life where they have the opportunity to reach their God-given potential,” said Governor DeWine. “I am […]

Kenton City Council met Monday, November 28 for their 22nd regular session in which multiple pieces of legislation were passed. Ordinance 22-041 provided for additional appropriations to the sum of $34,685. $9,672 went to the tree commission for grinding of stumps after they received a quote of $124 per stump from Don Hull, the additional […]

The former Kmart Building in Kenton was recently purchased. According to information on the Hardin County Auditor’s website, the building and land located at 1005 East Columbus Street is now listed under the name of Kenton Plymouth Green LLC from Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania. Plymouth Green is operated by Pennmark Management, which is a real estate […]

The City of Kenton is in the discussion phase of establishing a Port Authority for the city. Law Director John Schwemer presented the initial draft of the Port Authority documents that were prepared by Shumaker Law in Toledo for council members to review. The Law Director added in that letter that he believes the plan […]

Columbus, Ohio, November 17, 2022 – Bricker & Eckler has grown its Business and Tax practice groups with the addition of Christina Cross who brings more than 20 years of experience advising public and private companies and financial institutions across multiple disciplines. Cross also represents entrepreneurs to large corporations of diverse industries with business and […]

Dominion Ohio is helping customers manage their bills this winter with various company payment plans and government assistance programs.  The company offers short term payment extensions and long-term payment plans to help residential and commercial customers manage their balances.  They also offer Energy Assistance and have home weatherization programs to help customers save. Information can […]

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