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Local law enforcement seized about four pounds of marijuana and $134,000 in cash during a bust of a marijuana trafficking operation in the county. [Read More]
A trailer park south of Marion has been without water for at least 24 hours after a water main break was discovered Friday. [Read More]
Two Marion men have been charged in federal court after law enforcement say they found about three kilograms of cocaine during a traffic stop Tuesday. [Read More]
Danny E. Logan, 37, pleaded guilty to assaulting his ex-girlfriend, who was hospitalized with broken facial bones, cuts and swelling. [Read More]
Roger Groll, who farms corn and soybeans outside Waldo, said he has never harvested soybeans in December before. [Read More]
He faces up to 14 years in prison on the attempted murder conviction, which stems from a July shooting that set off a series of... [Read More]
Marcus A. Pickens was found not guilty of all charges by a jury last month. He had been accused of possessing large amounts of drugs. [Read More]
Ohio EPA officials have urged Marion City Council members to continue curbside recycling in the city. [Read More]
Diamond Rio topped the charts with songs like "One More Day" and "Meet in the Middle" and makes a tour stop at the Palace on... [Read More]
The city is taking another step in weighing whether and how to continue the city's recycling program, as recycling markets continue to struggle. [Read More]
U.S. 23 is closed in Marion County at Bethlehem Road, just north of Waldo. [Read More]
The man had a $6 million contract to provide workers to egg farms in La Rue, Croton, Mount Victory and Goshen. [Read More]
Two former gas stations in the county will soon be cleaned up with money from a grant program to dig up underground fuel tanks and... [Read More]
Two Marion business partners hope to open the Marion Brewing Company, a downtown production brewery and taproom, by late fall or early winter. [Read More]
"There's no testimony identifying the defendant at defense counsel as the (perpetrator) identified in testimony," Judge William Finnegan ruled. [Read More]
"Just because you're firing a gun in the air does not mean it's safe because that bullet still has to come down somewhere," said Lt.... [Read More]
The bar once known as the Sundance Lounge was foreclosed on in March for unpaid property taxes. It is expected to be torn down later... [Read More]
The city was struck by a string of shootings within 10 days of each other about a month ago, part of a seeming uptick in... [Read More]
A 37-year-old Marion woman is accused of throwing a butcher knife at her kids' father's girlfriend, hitting her in the chest, in a domestic dispute. [Read More]
The city wants residents to stop parking cars in backyards and side lots and has asked the Marion City Council to outlaw it. [Read More]