Local News

Mount Vernon Man Deceased After Fatal Crash on Columbus Road

May 3, 2024Press release On May 2, 2024 at 4:36 PM Officers of the Mount Vernon Police Department and EmergencyPersonnel from the Mount Vernon Fire Department responded to a reported two-vehicleaccident on Columbus Road near the intersection of South Main Street. It was reported thatthe accident involved a motorcycle and a commercial dump truck. Upon the officers’ arrival a single …

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4 Finalists for Delaware City Manager Position

The City of Delaware City Council has identified four finalists for consideration to be Delaware’s next city manager. The four possess varied backgrounds and experiences, each bringing unique skill sets and qualifications. In alphabetical order, the four are: Paul Brake, former city manager of Royal Oak, Michigan. Brake served as city manager in Royal Oak for more than 3 ½ …

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OHSAA Announces Preliminary 2024 Fall Sports Divisions and Representation

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio High School Athletic Association has announced the preliminary divisional breakdowns and regional tournament representation for the upcoming fall sports. The OHSAA Board of Directors approved the new divisions and tournament representation last week during its April board meeting, which included the previously announced football divisions and regions.   The divisional assignments and regional tournament representation should …

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Senior Spring Extravaganza to be held in May for Older Americans Month 2024

Ontario OH – The Ohio District 5 Area Agency on Aging, Inc. will hold a Senior Spring Extravaganza on May 16 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Richland County Fairgrounds in Mansfield. This free event, hosted by the Area Agency on Aging, is held in recognition of Older Americans Month, and offers guests entertainment, refreshments, resources, information regarding aging issues, …

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Ohio Division of Wildlife Officers offer Field Reports

Field reports from Ohio Division of Wildlife Officers Central Ohio – Wildlife District One State Wildlife Officer John Coffman, assigned to Fayette County, observed two individuals throw empty cans into the woods after dove hunting on Deer Creek Wildlife Area. Officer Coffman contacted the hunters and issued each a summons for littering on public property. They were found guilty and paid …

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