Friday night just before 9:00, Washington Township Police observed two vehicles traveling at 67 MPH in a 35 MPH zone on State... Read More.
The Riverside Board of Education recently approved plans to build an on-site, school-based community health center at its October 18 meeting. Community Health &... Read More.
A Kentucky man was arrested early Friday morning, just after 1 o'clock, on numerous felony charges. Bellefontaine Police responded to the Super 8 Motel regarding... Read More.
By Kris Allen Tamie Wilson, who is challenging US Representative Jim Jordan, greeted several supporters at the Mad River Farm Market in West Liberty Thursday... Read More.
Submitted by Bill Tipple Motivational speaker and Driven Foundation Co-Founder Roy Hall energized the Bellefontaine High School Auditorium Wednesday morning. The former Ohio State football standout... Read More.
Associates at multiple Honda plants in North America celebrated Tuesday as mass production of the all-new 2023 Honda CR-V hybrid began at Honda of... Read More.
Halloween falls on the last day of National Pedestrian Safety Month and is historically one of the deadliest nights of the year for pedestrians.... Read More.
Several Bellefontaine High School business students enjoyed a hands-on learning experience this month. The BHS Entrepreneurship students recently completed their “Food Truck Wars" project.
By Kris Allen Several budget appropriations highlighted the Bellefontaine City Council meeting Tuesday evening. Mayor Ben Stahler, in his remarks, handed out copies of the November-December... Read More.
Submitted by Jamie Ross Indian Lake recently released the first quarter honor roll for 5th-12th graders. Seniors 4.0 Emily Alig, Brittany Austin, Rachel Barnes, Dylan Cooley,... Read More.
Calvary Christian recently named their student of the month. Name: Anna Kratz Parents: Chuck & Trish Kratz School activities & awards: Soccer, basketball, track, choir, key club,... Read More.
By April King The West Liberty Village Council met in regular session Monday evening. Ryan Brauen, from Wessler Engineering, presented concerns to the council about their... Read More.