Choose Your News
Loading...
A Newark man was sentenced to probation Tuesday after admitting to possessing child pornography. [Read More]
A water main burst on South Main Street on Monday. More repairs closing road for much of Tuesday morning, afternoon. [Read More]
Importance of Childhood Oral Hygiene... [Read More]
The healthcare industry should share some of the blame for the opioid addiction crisis plaguing Ohio and much of America. [Read More]
Temperatures in Newark topped 70 degrees on Tuesday, giving residents a respite from the cold and snow of this winter. [Read More]
Multiple vehicles were vandalized in the county parking garage on South Second Street last week. [Read More]
The Fredericktown student allegedly wrote threats on pieces of paper. [Read More]
The Newark Police Department welcomed its newest member Tuesday morning. [Read More]
Granville qualified a total of three events to the Division II state meet. [Read More]
Watkins Memorial's Gabrielle Brust qualified for the Division I state meet in two events for the second time. [Read More]
Claire Lamb was named Ohio Athletic Conference Women's Track Athlete of the Week. [Read More]
This year's Granville Kiwanis Pancake Day benefits Wildwood Playground rebuild effort. [Read More]
Licking County Board of Developmental Disabilities will temporarily move to the Newark Commerce Center during renovation of the E.S. Weiant Center. [Read More]
A bill introduced in the Ohio House by a local legislator would designate state surplus funds from each year to local road improvements. [Read More]
The Center is a new space for academic learning, career exploration, and workforce training. [Read More]
Brief news items on tax help and an Advocate Q&A column. [Read More]
As a child, Julie Judge raised rabbits. Now she raises alpacas. And while there are obvious differences, the basics, she said, are still the same. [Read More]
Guided tours of the Maple Syrup Trail will be offered on Saturdays and Sundays at 12 p.m., 1 p.m., and 2 p.m. [Read More]
See the latest indictments filed in Licking County Common Pleas Court. [Read More]
Loading...
Preview