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An assault was reported to Kenton Police on Wednesday. According to the report, the incident occurred at westview Estates on the west side of the city. One person is facing charges of disorderly conduct as a result of that investigation. The department also took a report about a theft. That was determined to be a […]

President Biden delivered an address to a joint session of Congress Wednesday night. To begin the speech, the president acknowledged the historical presence of the two people who sat behind him during the address, “Madame Speaker, Madam Vice-President….No President has ever said those words from this platform, and it’s about time.” The nations first female […]

The Hardin County Department of Job and Family Services announced recently that they will be launching a countywide K-12 Shoe Voucher Program for eligible Hardin County families beginning this Monday, May 3. To be eligible families must reside in Hardin County, have children enrolled in grades K-12 and be at or below 200 percent of […]

COLUMBUS, OH- April 28, 2021- American Red Cross volunteers will Sound the Alarm in Columbus as part of a national effort to educate 100,000 people about home fire safety in high-risk neighborhoods this spring. Columbus area residents are encouraged to call 844-207-4509 to request a virtual education appointment and referral to partner agency for installation […]

Workers’ comp MCO open enrollment begins May 3 COLUMBUS – The open enrollment period for Ohio employers to select a managed care organization (MCO) to oversee medical management for workers injured on the job begins Monday, May 3, and continues through Friday, May 28. The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) offers open enrollment every […]

The City of Kenton announced upcoming forums regarding the downtown revitalization project.  Representatives from the City of Kenton and OHM Advisors will share information regarding sewer, storm sewer and water design; preliminary streetscape concepts; funding sources and project schedule. Open forum question and answer periods will be offered. Informational forums that are open to the […]

The Lima Symphony Orchestra’s free and open to the public “Patriotic Pops” concert will return to Ohio Northern University’s campus on July 2. The event will again take place on the sculpture mall east of McIntosh Center between Presser and Weber halls. This family-friendly concert will feature several music selections in keeping with the upcoming […]

Village of Forest Community Wide Garage Sales will be held in the Village of May 6-7-8.   Those who live in town are required to get a permit at the municipal building for $5 and that will get you on the map.   Hours at the municipal building are Monday-Friday 8 am – 3 pm.   Those out […]

COLUMBUS, OHIO –Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS) Interim Director Matt Damschroder is alerting the public of fake websites that closely mirror the agency’s official website that are attempts to steal personal and banking information. The addresses of the fake websites in question are: and “We know that individuals are receiving […]

The Hardin Northern School District is in the process of updating the strategic plan, and your input is needed in order to continue to move ahead beginning this fall.  School officials are asking residents of the district to take a few minutes to fill out the survey questions.  There are questions in each of five […]

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